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Episode 50

Posted in Episodes with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 14, 2017 by eldiabolik

Episode 50 of el diabolik’s world of psychotronic soundtracks is now online! Download it Here Or subscribe via iTunes

Welcome back! We are back with another show featuring music from Giuliano Sorgini, Quincy Jones, Ennio Morricone, François De Roubaix, R. D. Burman Hugo Montenegro and more!

el diabolik’s world of psychotronic soundtracks, always the same, always different. We will back again soon!

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Episode 50 – Track Listing

Posted in Track listings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 14, 2017 by eldiabolik

01. Hugo Montenegro – Spaceport – 2’39
From the Film: ‘Toomorrow’
(Val Guest, UK, 1970)
Source: LP – RCA Victor ‎– (LSA 3008)

02. Toomorrow – Taking Our Own Sweet Time – 2’53
From the Film: ‘Toomorrow’
(Val Guest, UK, 1970)
Source: LP – RCA Victor ‎– (LSA 3008)

03. Giuliano Sorgini – Mad Town – 3’07
From the Film: ‘Zoo Folle’
(Riccardo Fellini, Italy, 1974)
Source: LP – Four Flies Records ‎– (FLIES 07)

04. Giuliano Sorgini – Slaves – 2’54
From the Film: ‘Zoo Folle’
(Riccardo Fellini, Italy, 1974)
Source: LP – Four Flies Records ‎– (FLIES 07)

05. Toomorrow – Walkin’ on Air – 2’10
From the Film: ‘Toomorrow’
(Val Guest, UK, 1970)
Source: LP – RCA Victor ‎– (LSA 3008)

06. Giuliano Sorgini – Red, Old Skies – 4’04
From the Film: ‘Zoo Folle’
(Riccardo Fellini, Italy, 1974)
Source: LP – Four Flies Records ‎– (FLIES 07)

07. Ennio Morricone ‎– Come Maddalena – 9’18
From the Film: ‘Maddalena’
(Jerzy Kawalerowicz, Italy/Yugoslavia, 1971)
Source: LP – General Music ‎– (ZSLGE 55063)

08. Quincy Jones & Donny Hathaway – Hail To The Queen / Drag Queen Chase / Bossa Nova – 2’54
From the Film ‘Come Back Charleston Blue’
(Mark Warren, USA, 1972)
Source: 7″ – ATCO Records ‎– (SD 7010)

09. Quincy Jones & Donny Hathaway – Furniture Truck – 1’20
From the Film ‘Come Back Charleston Blue’
(Mark Warren, USA, 1972)
Source: 7″ – ATCO Records ‎– (SD 7010)

10. Ennio Morricone ‎– Chi Mai – 3’41
From the Film: ‘Maddalena’
(Jerzy Kawalerowicz, Italy/Yugoslavia, 1971)
Source: LP – General Music ‎– (ZSLGE 55063)

Cover Version Corner
11. The Sea Barents Orchestra – We Love You Underground – 3’35
Source: 7″ – Canyon Records – (CAS-6) – 1971

Cover Version Corner
12. BBC Radio Big Band – Chump Change – 3’37
Source: Off-Air recording – BBC Radio 2 – 197?

Cover Version Corner
13. Jerry Toth – Last Tango in Paris – 2’33
From the LP: ‘The Twelve Sides of Jerry Toth’ – 1971
Source: LP – Canadian Talent Library ‎– (477-5171)

14. The Electric Flag – M-23 – 1’47
From the Film ‘The Trip’
(Sergio Martino, Italy, 1978)
Source: LP – Reel Time ‎– (RTLP 1002)

15. Quincy Jones & Donny Hathaway – Vegetable Wagon – 1’06
From the Film ‘Come Back Charleston Blue’
(Mark Warren, USA, 1972)
Source: 7″ – ATCO Records ‎– (SD 7010)

16. The Electric Flag – Peter Get’s Off – 2’22
From the Film ‘The Trip’
(Sergio Martino, Italy, 1978)
Source: LP – Reel Time ‎– (RTLP 1002)

17. The Electric Flag – Peter’s Trip – 2’35
From the Film ‘The Trip’
(Sergio Martino, Italy, 1978)
Source: LP – Reel Time ‎– (RTLP 1002)

18. R. D. Burman – Music – 4’07
From the Film ‘Bond 303’
(Ravi Tandon, India, 1984)
Source: LP – His Master’s Voice ‎– (ECLP 5932)

Simon’s Library Choice
19. A. Maliszewski – Discofied – 3’26
From the LP: ‘Tingling Jingles / Pop Pulsations’ – 1974
Source: LP – Standard Music Library ‎– (ESL 139)

Simon’s Library Choice
20. J. Malinowski – Boogie – 3’38
From the LP: ‘Tingling Jingles / Pop Pulsations’ – 1974
Source: LP – Standard Music Library ‎– (ESL 139)

Simon’s Library Choice
21. P. Figiel – Prelude In E Minor – 4’10
From the LP: ‘Tingling Jingles / Pop Pulsations’ – 1974
Source: LP – Standard Music Library ‎– (ESL 139)

22. The Johnny Spence Orchestra ‎– The Limbo Line – 2’25
From the Film ‘The Limbo Line’
(Samuel Gallu, UK, 1968)
Source: 7″ – Spark ‎– (SRL 1020)

23. François De Roubaix (Vocals: Gilles Dreu) ‎– Un Aller Simple – 2’19
From the Film: ‘Un Aller Simple’
(José Giovanni, France/Italy/Spain, 1971)
Source: 7″ – Barclay ‎– (61.442 L)

24. François De Roubaix ‎– La Visite – 1’25
From the Film: ‘Un Aller Simple’
(José Giovanni, France/Italy/Spain, 1971)
Source: 7″ – Barclay ‎– (61.442 L)

25. Ennio Morricone ‎– Erotico Mistico – 9’54
From the Film: ‘Maddalena’
(Jerzy Kawalerowicz, Italy/Yugoslavia, 1971)
Source: LP – General Music ‎– (ZSLGE 55063)4)

26. The Walter Murphy Band ‎– Flight ’76 (Part 2) – 2’28
From the Film: ‘The Savage Bees’
(Bruce Geller, USA, 1976)
Source: 7″ – Private Stock ‎– (PS 45,123)

27. Toomorrow – Toomorrow (Instrumental) – 2’01
From the Film: ‘Toomorrow’
(Val Guest, UK, 1970)
Source: LP – RCA Victor ‎– (LSA 3008)

28. The Electric Flag – Joint Passing – 1’06
From the Film ‘The Trip’
(Sergio Martino, Italy, 1978)
Source: LP – Reel Time ‎– (RTLP 1002)

29. R. D. Burman – Music – 2’52
From the Film ‘Bond 303’
(Ravi Tandon, India, 1984)
Source: LP – His Master’s Voice ‎– (ECLP 5932)

30. Toomorrow – Happiness Valley – 2’01
From the Film: ‘Toomorrow’
(Val Guest, UK, 1970)
Source: LP – RCA Victor ‎– (LSA 3008)

 

Episode 50 – Record Sleeves.

Posted in Track listings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 14, 2017 by eldiabolik

Toomorrow - Hugo Montenegro
Giuliano Sorgini - Zoo Folle

Ennio Morricone - Maddalena

Quincy Jones & Donny Hathaway - Come Back Charleston Blue

The Sea Barents Orchestra - We Love You Underground

Jerry Toth - Last Tango in Paris

The Electric Flag - The Trip

R. D. Burman - Bond 303

Pop Pulsations - Standard Music Library

The Johnny Spence Orchestra - The Limbo Line

François De Roubaix (Voc: Gilles Dreu) ‎– Un Aller Simple

The Walter Murphy Band - Flight '76 part 2 - The Savage Bees

John Scott Special

Posted in Episodes with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 26, 2017 by eldiabolik

Welcome to a new special episode of el diabolik’s world of psychotronic soundtracks. In this episode we meet composer and musician John Scott.

Download the show Here Or subscribe via iTunes

John has had a long illustrious career as a composer of film scores, writer of library music, arranger and session musician for the likes of The Beatles and The Hollies and as a leading figure in the British Jazz scene. John was generous enough to let us spend some time with him playing records and discussing his jam-packed career.
This is just the tip of the iceberg with John having such an enormous, diverse and rich career in music. We hope you enjoy your time with John as much as we did.

John Scott Special – Track Listing

Posted in Track listings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 26, 2017 by eldiabolik

01. Paddy Roberts – Let Me Introduce the Boys – 3’05
From the LP: ‘Paddy Roberts Tries Again’ – 1960
Source: LP – Decca ‎– (LK 4358)

02. Eddie Thompson And His Ensemble – Chelsea Bridge – 2’43
From the LP: ‘London After Dark’ – 1958
Source: LP – VOX ‎– (VX 1450)

03. Bill Bramwell ‎– Candid Camera Theme – 1’55
From the 1961 Single
Source: 7″ – Decca ‎– (45-F 11309)

04. The John Barry Seven and Orchestra – Kinky – 1’57
From the 1963 Single
Source: 7″ – Ember Records ‎– (EMB S178)

05. The Johnny Scott Octet ‎– Wildcat Bossa Nova – 2’09
From the 1963 Single
Source: 7″ – Parlophone ‎– (R 5009)

06. Johnny Scott And His Orchestra ‎– The Song Of The Cuckoo – 2’21
B-Side of Single ‘Sailing By’ – 1965
Source: 7″ – Parlophone ‎– (R 5333)

07. Johnny Scott Quintet – Communication – 2’33
From the LP: ‘Communication’ – 1967
Source: LP – Columbia ‎– (SCX 6149)

08. Johnny Scott – Scott Free – 3’50
From the Film ‘All Night Long’
(Basil Dearden, UK, 1962)
Source: LP – Fontana ‎– (TFL 5179)

09. Johnny Scott Quintet – A Drink By The River / Boat Ride / Fun In The Woods – 1’55
From the Film ‘Fragment’
(Norman J. Warren, UK, 1965)
Source: 7″ EP – Moscovitch Music ‎– (MVM EP 001)

10. Johnny Scott Quintet – Waiting / Revelation – 1’38
From the Film ‘Fragment’
(Norman J. Warren, UK, 1965)
Source: 7″ EP – Moscovitch Music ‎– (MVM EP 001)

11. Kiki Dee – Doctor in Clover – 2’23
From the Film ‘Doctor in Clover’
(Ralph Thomas, UK, 1966)
Source: 7″ EP – Fontana ‎– (TE 17470)

12. The Hollies – Away Away Away – 2’15
From the LP: ‘Butterfly’ – 1967
Source: LP – Label: Parlophone ‎– (PCS 7039)

13. The Scottmen Plus – Sage’s Walk – 3’56
From the LP: ‘Pace – Setter’ – 1970
Source: LP – Southern Library Of Recorded Music ‎– (MQ/LP – 9002)

14. The Scottmen – Trouble – 3’54
From the LP: ‘Inter-Relation’ – 1970
Source: LP – Southern Library Of Recorded Music ‎– (MQ/LP – 9005)

15. The Scottmen Plus – Ya Ba Ba – 3’04
From the LP: ‘Pace – Setter’ – 1970
Source: LP – Peer International Library Limited ‎– (PIL 9002)

16. John Scott – Ominous Surroundings – 2’01
From the LP: ‘Emergency’ – 1980
Source: LP – Bruton Music ‎– (BRK 6)

17. John Scott And His Orchestra – Midweek – 2’39
From the 1973 Single.
Source: 7″ – Polydor ‎– (2058 426)

18. The Scottmen – The Good Word (Theme from Nationwide) – 2’50
From the LP: ‘The Good Word’
Source: LP – Southern Library Of Recorded Music ‎– (MQ/LP – 9001)

19. Johnny Scott – Glad Gadabout (Theme from Teddy Edward) – 2’40
From the LP: ‘The World Of Johnny Scott’ – 1971
Source: LP – KPM Music ‎– (KPM 1093)

20. Jackie Lee – Sleep – 2’43
From the 1972 Single
Source: 7″ – ICI Pharmaceuticals Division ‎– (ICI 1)

21. Jackie Lee – Space Age Lullaby – 2’59
From the 1972 Single
Source: 7″ – ICI Pharmaceuticals Division ‎– (ICI 1)

22. John Scott – New York Knickerbockers – 2’51
From the LP: ‘Demonstration’ – 1973
Source: LP – JOS Records ‎– (JSD 100)

23. Matt Monro – How Could I Ever Leave you – 1’58
B-Side of Single ‘Darling Come Home Soon’ – 1974
Source: 7″ – EMI ‎– (EMI 2186)

24. Norrie Paramor – Today’s Tonight – 2’14
From the LP: ‘Norrie Paramor Remembers 40 Years Of BBC T.V. Themes’ – 1976
Source: LP – BBC Records ‎– (REB 238)

25. The John Scott Orchestra – Time Is Tight From “Up Tight” – 3’12
From the LP: ‘Great Film Themes’ – 1969
Source: LP – Polydor ‎– (MP 2059)

26. The John Scott Orchestra – Exodus – Main Theme – 3’17
From the LP: ‘Great Film Themes’ – 1969
Source: LP – Polydor ‎– (MP 2059)

27. Patrick John Scott – The Shrine at Nimli (Sultan’s Theme) – 2’32
From the Film ‘The Long Duel’
(Ken Annakin, UK, 1967)
Source: LP – Atco Records ‎– (33-228)

28. The Johnny Scott Orchestra ‎– Amsterdam Affair – 3’02
From the Film: ‘Amsterdam Affair’
(Gerry O’Hara, UK, 1968)
Source: 7″ – Spark ‎– (SRL 1008)

29. John Scott – The Outback – 7’35
From the Film: ‘Wake in Fright’
(Ted Kotcheff, Australia/USA, 1971)
Source: LP – JOS Records ‎– (JSD 100)

30. John Scott – Drive to Alexandra’s – 2’19
From the Film ‘Satan’s Slave’
(Norman J. Warren, UK, 1976)
Source: LP – Moscovitch Music ‎– (MVM LP 004)

31. John Scott – Catherine and Steven make love – 1’43
From the Film ‘Satan’s Slave’
(Norman J. Warren, UK, 1976)
Source: LP – Moscovitch Music ‎– (MVM LP 004)

32. John Scott – Inseminoid: Main Title – 2’36
From the Film ‘Inseminoid’
(Norman J. Warren, UK, 1981)
Source: LP – Citadel ‎– (CT 7023)

33. John Scott – Kalaa Dance – 1’05
From the Film ‘Yor, the Hunter from the Future’
(Antonio Margheriti, Italy/Turkey, 1983)
Source: LP – Southern Cross Records ‎– (SCRS 1005)

34. John Scott – Mr and Mrs Tideman/End Credits – 2’09
From the Film ‘The Final Countdown’
(Don Taylor, USA, 1980)
Source: LP – Casablanca ‎– (NBLP 7232)

35. John Scott – The Wicker Tree: End Credits – 2’29
From the Film ‘The Wicker Tree’
(Robin Hardy, UK, 2011)
Source: Digital Download – Silva Screen‎

Episode 46

Posted in Episodes with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 26, 2016 by eldiabolik

Episode 46 of el diabolik’s world of psychotronic soundtracks is now online! Download it Here Or subscribe via iTunes

In this episode we feature music from: Walter Kubiczeck, Ennio Morricone, John barry, Bernard Ebbinghouse, Peter Thomas, Edwin Star, Henry Salomon, J.P. Decerf and more!

el diabolik's world of psychotronic soundtracks EPISODE 46

Episode 46 – Track Listing.

Posted in Track listings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 26, 2016 by eldiabolik

01. Orchester Lothar Stuckart – Tentakel – 3’03
From the TV Series: ‘Das Unsichtbare Visier’
(DFF, East Germany, 1973)
Source: LP – AMIGA ‎– (8 55 655)

02. Orchester Lothar Stuckart – Vision – 2’41
From the TV Series: ‘Das Unsichtbare Visier’
(DFF, East Germany, 1973)
Source: LP – AMIGA ‎– (8 55 655)

03. J.P. Decerf – Vision Of The Slave Dancer – 3’32
From the Film: ‘Mas Alla Del Terror’
(Tomás Aznar, Spain, 1980)
Source: LP – DB Belter ‎– (2-47.055)

04. J.P. Decerf & L. Van Beers – La Reve De Clementine – 3’21
From the Film: ‘Mas Alla Del Terror’
(Tomás Aznar, Spain, 1980)
Source: LP – DB Belter ‎– (2-47.055)

05. Orchester Walter Kubiczeck – Savanne – 3’54
From the TV Series: ‘Das Unsichtbare Visier’
(DFF, East Germany, 1973)
Source: LP – AMIGA ‎– (8 55 655)

06. Orchester Walter Kubiczeck – Exotica – 2’50
From the TV Series: ‘Das Unsichtbare Visier’
(DFF, East Germany, 1973)
Source: LP – AMIGA ‎– (8 55 655)

07. Peter Thomas – The Big Boss Theme – 2’18
From the Film ‘The Big Boss’
(Lo Wei, Hong Kong, 1971)
Source: LP – Ascension Records ‎– (ANLP038)

08. Ennio Morricone – Anghingo’ – 2’22
From the Film: ‘Anche Se Volessi Lavorare, Che Faccio?’
(Flavio Mogherini, Italy, 1972)
Source: LP – Cinevox ‎– (MDF 33/56)

09. Ennio Morricone – Lei Se Ne More – 4’42
From the Film: ‘Anche Se Volessi Lavorare, Che Faccio?’
(Flavio Mogherini, Italy, 1972)
Source: LP – Cinevox ‎– (MDF 33/56)

10. Peter Thomas – Moontown – 3’32
From the Film ‘The Big Boss’
(Lo Wei, Hong Kong, 1971)
Source: LP – Ascension Records ‎– (ANLP038)

11. Ennio Morricone – Anche Se Volessi Lavorare, Che Faccio? – 2’54
From the Film: ‘Anche Se Volessi Lavorare, Che Faccio?’
(Flavio Mogherini, Italy, 1972)
Source: LP – Cinevox ‎– (MDF 33/56)

12. Fonce Mizell & Freddie Perren (Vocals: Edwin Star) – Hell up in Harlem – 2’39
From the Film ‘Hell Up in Harlem’
(Larry Cohen, USA, 1973)
Source: LP – Motown ‎– (M 802V1)

13. Fonce Mizell & Freddie Perren – Easin’ In – 3’10
From the Film ‘Hell Up in Harlem’
(Larry Cohen, USA, 1973)
Source: LP – Motown ‎– (M 802V1)

14. R. D. Burman (Vocals: Asha Bhosle) – Dum Maro Dum (Version Side-B) – 2’35
From the Film ‘Haré Rama Haré Krishna’
(Dev Anand, India, 1971)
Source: LP – Odeon ‎– MOCE (4102)

15. R. D. Burman – Dance Music – 2’12
From the Film ‘Haré Rama Haré Krishna’
(Dev Anand, India, 1971)
Source: LP – Odeon ‎– MOCE (4102)

16. Ennio Morricone – Ora Pro Nobis – 2’16
From the Film: ‘Anche Se Volessi Lavorare, Che Faccio?’
(Flavio Mogherini, Italy, 1972)
Source: LP – Cinevox ‎– (MDF 33/56)

17. R. D. Burman (Vocals: Asha Bhosle) – Dum Maro Dum (Version Side-A) – 2’35
From the Film ‘Haré Rama Haré Krishna’
(Dev Anand, India, 1971)
Source: LP – Odeon ‎– MOCE (4102)

Cover Version Corner
18. Henry Salomon Orchestra – Los Adolescentes – 2’19
From the LP: ‘Grandes Exitos De Peliculas Vol. 6’ – 1976
Source: LP – Belter ‎– (23.143)

Cover Version Corner
19. Henry Salomon Orchestra – La Guerra De Las Galaxias (Star Wars) – 2’19
From the LP: ‘Grandes Exitos Del Cine’ – 1978
Source: LP – Belter ‎– (00-228)

Cover Version Corner
20. Vara-Dansorkest O.L.V. Charlie Nederpelt – Midnight Cowboy – 3’00
From the LP: ‘Met De Muziek Mee’
Source: LP – VARAgram ‎– (0080)

21. Bernard Ebbinghouse – Main Titles – 2’38
From the Film: ‘Prudence And The Pill’
( Fielder Cook & Ronald Neame, UK, 1968)
Source: LP – 20th Century Fox Records ‎– (S 4199)

22. Ennio Morricone – Ora A Te, Poi A Me – 2’17
From the Film: ‘Anche Se Volessi Lavorare, Che Faccio?’
(Flavio Mogherini, Italy, 1972)
Source: LP – Cinevox ‎– (MDF 33/56)

23. Bernard Ebbinghouse – The Pill – 2’54
From the Film: ‘Prudence And The Pill’
(Fielder Cook & Ronald Neame, UK, 1968)
Source: LP – 20th Century Fox Records ‎– (S 4199)

24. Bernard Ebbinghouse – The Morning After – 2’38
From the Film: ‘Prudence And The Pill’
(Fielder Cook & Ronald Neame, UK, 1968)
Source: LP – 20th Century Fox Records ‎– (S 4199)

Simon’s Library Choice
25. The Oscar Brandenburg Orchestra – Scufflin’ – 5’03
From the LP: ‘Volume II’ – 1971
Source: LP – Radio Program Music ‎– (RPM 101 2)

Simon’s Library Choice
26. The Oscar Brandenburg Orchestra – Gravy Waltz – 2’38
From the LP: ‘Volume II’ – 1971
Source: LP – Radio Program Music ‎– (RPM 101 2)

Simon’s Library Choice
27. The Oscar Brandenburg Orchestra – Music to Drive by – 2’49
From the LP: ‘Volume II’ – 1971
Source: LP – Radio Program Music ‎– (RPM 101 2)

28. John Barry – Wednesday’s Child – Main Theme – 2’09
From the Film ‘The Quiller Memorandum’
(Michael Anderson, UK/USA, 1966)
Source: LP – Columbia ‎– (OS 3060)

29. John Barry – Love Scene – The Old House – 3’52
From the Film ‘The Quiller Memorandum’
(Michael Anderson, UK/USA, 1966)
Source: LP – Columbia ‎– (OS 3060)

30. Albert Verrecchia – Escape – 1’57
From the Film: ‘Mas Alla Del Terror’
(Tomás Aznar, Spain, 1980)
Source: LP – DB Belter ‎– (2-47.055)

31. Fonce Mizell & Freddie Perren – Runnin’ – 2’41
From the Film ‘Hell Up in Harlem’
(Larry Cohen, USA, 1973)
Source: LP – Motown ‎– (M 802V1)

32. Buffy Sainte-Marie – The Circle Game – 2’53
From the Film ‘The Strawberry Statement’
(Stuart Hagmann, USA, 1970)
Source: 7″ – Vanguard ‎– (HIT-1803)

33. Orchester Walter Kubiczeck – Eldorado – 3’04
From the TV Series: ‘Das Unsichtbare Visier’
(DFF, East Germany, 1973)
Source: LP – AMIGA ‎– (8 55 655)

34. R. D. Burman (Vocals: Asha Bhosle & Usha Iyer (Usha Uthup)) – I Love You – 3’57
From the Film ‘Haré Rama Haré Krishna’
(Dev Anand, India, 1971)
Source: LP – Odeon ‎– MOCE (4102)

35. John Barry (Vocals: Matt Monro) – Wednesday’s Child – 2’33
From the Film ‘The Quiller Memorandum’
(Michael Anderson, UK/USA, 1966)
Source: LP – Columbia ‎– (OS 3060)

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