Anna is a 1967 French musical-comedy film directed by Pierre Koralnik and starring Anna Karina
Produced by Michèle Arnaud, Written by Serge Gainsbourg, Jean-Loup Dabadie
All tunes work very well, “The Brady Bunch” had a surprisingly large musial output. They are not professional singers, but sweet, silck productions and lots of echo hide it well.
Its’s a Sunshine Day (Pure Bubblegum rock)
Time to change (groovy jam)
The Brady Bunch is an American sitcom created by Sherwood Schwartz and starring Robert Reed, Florence Henderson, and Ann B. Davis. The series revolved around a large blended family. The show originally aired from September 26, 1969 to March 8, 1974 on ABC and was subsequently syndicated internationally.
Robert Reed became increasingly jaded about appearing in the series, as he felt that his Shakespearean training would mean nothing if he became typecast in the “Mr. Brady” role. He frequently fought with producers to make changes in the show’s scripts in order to remove what he felt were unbelievable scenes or dialogue. Despite his battles, he was allowed to direct several episodes, “The Winner” (1971), “The Big Little Man” (1972), “How To Succeed In Business” (1973) and “Getting Greg’s Goat” (1973).
A 22-episode animated Saturday morning cartoon series, produced by Filmation and airing on ABC from 1972–74, about the Brady kids having various adventures. The family’s adults were never seen or mentioned, and the “home” scenes were in a very large well-appointed tree house. Several animals were regular characters, including two non-English speaking pandas (Ping and Pong), a talking bird (Marlon) who could do magic, and an ordinary pet dog (Mop Top, not Tiger). The first 17 episodes featured the voices of all six of the original child actors from the show, but Barry Williams, Maureen McCormick and Christopher Knight were replaced for the last five episodes due to a contract dispute.
The Brady Bunch Movie is a 1995 American comedy film based on the 1969–1974 television series The Brady Bunch. The film features all the original regular characters, all played by new actors. It also took the unusual route of placing the original sitcom characters, with their 1970s fashion sense and 1970s sitcom family morality, in a contemporary 1990s setting, and parodied the resulting culture clash. The film was a hit and was followed by A Very Brady Sequel in 1996 and a television film called The Brady Bunch in the White House in 2002.
Singles is the original soundtrack album to the film Singles, primarily focused on the ascendant grunge scene of the early 1990s.
“Singles helped crystallize the idea of the ‘Seattle scene’ in the mainstream public’s mind, and it was also one of the first big-selling ’90s movie soundtracks (it went platinum and reached the Top Ten) to feature largely new work from contemporary artists…it’s a milestone in the breakthrough of alternative rock into mainstream popular culture, neatly and effectively packaging the Seattle phenomenon for the wider national consciousness.” Steve Huey
It also features contributions from Minneapolis’s Paul Westerberg (his first solo material after the breakup of The Replacements), Chicago’s The Smashing Pumpkins, and past Seattle rockers Jimi Hendrix and The Lovemongers (Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart). It was released on June 30, 1992.
1. “Would?” Alice in Chains 3:27
2. “Breath” Pearl Jam 5:25
3. “Seasons” Chris Cornell 5:45
4. “Dyslexic Heart” Paul Westerberg 4:28
5. “The Battle of Evermore” (live Led Zeppelin cover) The Lovemongers 5:41
6. “Chloe Dancer/Crown of Thorns” Mother Love Bone 8:16
7. “Birth Ritual” Soundgarden 6:05
8. “State of Love and Trust” Pearl Jam 3:46
9. “Overblown” Mudhoney 2:58
10. “Waiting for Somebody” Paul Westerberg 3:25
11. “May This Be Love” The Jimi Hendrix Experience 3:10
The film was shot at a number of locations around Seattle and includes scenes at Gas Works Park, Capitol Hill, Jimi Hendrix’s grave at Greenwood Memorial Park in Renton and Pike Place Market. The central coffee shop featured in the film is the now-closed OK Hotel.
12. “Nearly Lost You” Screaming Trees 4:06
13. “Drown” The Smashing Pumpkins
Singles is a 1992 American romantic comedy film written, co-produced, and directed by Cameron Crowe. The film stars Bridget Fonda, Campbell Scott, Kyra Sedgwick, and Matt Dillon.
Singles centers on the lives of a group of young people, mostly in their 20s, living in an apartment block in Seattle, Washington, and is divided into chapters. It focuses on the course of two couples’ rocky romances, as well as the love lives of their friends and associates.
The adaptation for the screen was written by Bruce Robinson and the soundtrack by Mike Oldfield, orchestrated by David Bedford.
The Killing Fields is a 1984 British drama film about the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia, which is based on the experiences of two journalists: Cambodian Dith Pran and American Sydney Schanberg. The film, which won three Academy Awards, was directed by Roland Joffé and stars Sam Waterston as Schanberg, Haing S. Ngor as Pran, Julian Sands as Jon Swain, and John Malkovich as Al Rockoff.
The Killing Fields holds a 91% rating at the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, based on 35 reviews from notable publications.Critic Roger Ebert wrote in the Chicago Sun-Times: “The film is a masterful achievement on all the technical levels — it does an especially good job of convincing us with its Asian locations — but the best moments are the human ones, the conversations, the exchanges of trust, the waiting around, the sudden fear, the quick bursts of violence, the desperation.”
1. Psalm 121 / Flight Of The Falcon Pat Metheny Group
2. Daulton Lee Pat Metheny Group
3. Chris Pat Metheny Group
4. The Falcon Pat Metheny Group
5. This Is Not America David Bowie & The Pat Metheny Group
6. Extent Of The Lie Pat Metheny Group
7. Level Of Deception Pat Metheny Group
8. Capture Pat Metheny Group
9. Epilogue (Psalm 121) Pat Metheny Group
I have listend to this soundtrack millions of times and NEVER get tired of the tracks “Chris”, “Daulton Lee” and “This is Not America” (both instrumental and vocal versions). Pat Metheny blew me away with this soundtrack. Without it, the movie would have been much less than what it was. This is a must for any film score collector, or synthesizer lover. David Bowie’s vocal on this is my favorite song ever done by Bowie. by anomaly
The true story of a disillusioned military contractor employee and his drug pusher childhood friend who became walk-in spies for the Soviet Union, based on a true story, starring Timothy Hutton and Sean Penn.
The original Movie Trailer, 1985.
Three of the songs in the soundtrack were written and performed by members of “The Association”: “Goodbye, Columbus” (Jerry Yester), “It’s Gotta Be Real” (Larry Ramos), and “So Kind To Me” (Terry Kirkman).
2.How Will I Know You?
4.Goodbye, Columbus [Instrumental]
5.Ron’s Reverie: Across the Field/Carmen Ohio
6.It’s Gotta Be Real
7.A Moment to Share
8.Love Has a Way
9.A Time for Love
10.So Kind to Me (Brenda’s Theme)
Neil Klugman (Richard Benjamin) is a highly intelligent, working class army veteran and graduate of Rutgers University who earns a living as a library clerk. He falls in love with Brenda Patimkin (Ali MacGraw), a wealthy student at Radcliffe College who is at home for the summer. They face obstacles from Brenda’s family (particularly her mother), due to differences in class and assimilation into the American mainstream. More imposing conflicts include morality and propriety differences related to the premarital sex and the possibilities of ill-timed pregnancies.
Release date – April 3, 1969 (1969-04-03) (U.S.)
“Along Comes Mary”
The Association is a pop music band from California in the folk rock or soft rock genre. During the 1960s, they had numerous hits at or near the top of the Billboard charts and were the lead-off band at 1967’s Monterey Pop Festival. Years active 1965–1978; 1979-present
“This was a huge hit in the late 60’s. One day i started playing around with it and while under the hood of the tune I found myself marveling at all the interesting moves that happen with the chords, especially on the bridge. And I used the same whole step modulation for the final A section of the song that was on the record, although I added a tag that is really not exactly derived from any obvious single point in the tune”. – Pat Metheny
The group in 1968: Jim Yester, Brian Cole, Ted Bluechel; bottom row, from left: Russ Giguere, Larry Ramos, Terry Kirkman
And Then… Along Comes The Association – Valiant VLM-5002/VLS-25002 (#5, 1966)
Reissued in 1967 on Warner Bros. W-1702/WS-1702
Renaissance – Valiant VLM-5004/VLS-25004 (#34 1967)
Reissued in 1967 on Warner Bros. W-1704/WS-1704
Insight Out – Warner Bros. W-1696/WS-1696 (#8, 1967)
Birthday – Warner Bros. W-1733/WS-1733 (#23, 1968)
The Association – Warner Bros. WS-1800 (#32, 1969)
Stop Your Motor – Warner Bros. WS-1927 (1971)
Waterbeds in Trinidad! – Columbia KC-31348 (1972)
Vintage – CBS Special Products BT-19223 (1983)
The Association 95: A Little Bit More – Track Records (1995)
“Never My Love”.
2. Scene du garage
3. Devant le magasin
4. Chez Tante Elise
5. Dans la rue
6. Au dancing
7. Sur le quai
8. Dans le magasin de parapluies
9. Chez Dubourg, le joaillier
10. Dans le magasin
1. Dans le magasin
2. Le diner
3. Recit de Cassard
4. La lettre de Guy
5. Le carnaval
6. Le mariage
7. Retour de Guy
8. Chez Elise
9. Le garage (dispute)
10. Guy au cafe
The movie “Les Parapluies de Cherbourg” is beautiful, tender, and alive with vivid color; this complete soundtrack recording is no different. From the breathy tones of the opening flute solo all the way through to the stirring finale, evey nuance and texture of Michel Legrand’s very colorful score is captured perfectly on this recording. If you’re unfamiliar with the music from this movie, you may be surprised to discover a number of familiar melodies — songs that have worked their way into today’s jazz and adult contemporary music repetoire (most natoably “Watch What Happens” and “I Will Wait For You”).
For me, the real treasure of this recording is the attention the engineers paid to capturing the cast members’ singing voices. The French language comes across crystal-clear. And even if you don’t speak or understand the language, the passion within each voice — the rainbow of emotions given forth from the singers, matched perfectly with the sweeping score — allows the listener to understand the emotinal gyst of what each character is expressing at that moment. And speaking of the cast — simply amazing. My favorite moment (I can’t accurately express why) is when Guy comes home to his aunt’s apartment and he runs into her caretaker, Madeline. When they greet each other (“Bon soir Guy”, “Bon soir Madeline”), there is such a “tender tension”, an unspoken adoration, I practically melt each time. Scott Weimer
DIRECTION/script: Jacques Demy
MÚSIC: Michel Legrand
FOTOGRAPHY: Jean Rabier
CAST Catherine Deneuve, Anne Vernon, Nino Castelnuovo, Ellen Farner, Jean Champion, Marc Michel, Mireille Perrey
PRODUCTION: France-Germany; Madeleine Films / Parc Film / Beta Film GmbH
GÉNERO Musical.Romance.Drama.Nouvelle vague
Light Of Day (1987) “Cult rock film”
The original music score was composed by Thomas Newman and the cinematography is by John Bailey.
The soundtrack to the film was released in 1987. As a single, “Light of Day” reached number 33 on the Billboard Hot 100 and received additional album-oriented rock airplay due to the connection of Joan Jett and Bruce Springsteen. “The Barbusters” is the name of Jett’s band in the film.
“Light of Day” (Bruce Springsteen) – The Barbusters
“This Means War” (Joan Jett, Bob Halligan, Jr., Kenny Laguna) – The Barbusters
“Twist it Off” (Jimmie Vaughan, Kim Wilson, Fran Christina, Preston Hubbard)– The Fabulous Thunderbirds
“Cleveland Rocks” (Ian Hunter) – Ian Hunter
“Stay With Me Tonight” (Dave Edmunds, John David) – Dave Edmunds
“It’s All Coming Down Tonight” (Frankie Miller, Andy Fraser) – The Barbusters
“Rude Mood” (Stevie Ray Vaughan) – The Barbusters
“Only Lonely” (Jon Bon Jovi, David Bryan) – Bon Jovi
“Rabbit’s Got the Gun” (Joan Jett, Kenny Laguna) – The Hunzz
“You Got No Place to Go” (Michael J. Fox, Alan Mark Poul) – Michael J. Fox
“Elegy” (Thomas Newman) – Rick Cox, Chas Smith, Jon C. Clarke & Michael Boddicker
Light of Day is a 1987 American drama film starring Michael J. Fox, Gena Rowlands and Joan Jett. It was written and directed by Paul Schrader.
Fox and Jett play a brother and sister who are lead performers in a rock band, The Barbusters, in Cleveland, Ohio. The sister, Patti Rasnick, is an unmarried mother and has a troubled relationship with her own mother, who is deeply religious. Estranged from her parents and struggling to make ends meet, Patti decides to dive headlong into a carefree rock music lifestyle. The brother, Joe Rasnick, pulls away from rock music to provide some stability for his young nephew. It takes a family crisis to bring Patti back home and force her to face the prickly past with her mother.
“The music of a jazzman is always deeply subjective and personal in its essence , I would say that jazz music is a fundamental part of his daily experience.” Piero Umiliani, 1965
Piero Umiliani (17 July 1926 – 14 February 2001) was an Italian composer of film scores.
Umiliani was born in Florence, Tuscany. Like many of his Italian colleagues at that time, he composed the scores for many exploitation films in the 1960s and 1970s, covering genres such as spaghetti western, Eurospy, Giallo, and soft sex films.
“Mah Nà Mah Nà” (1968) was originally used for a Mondo documentary about Sweden (Svezia, Inferno e Paradiso), but was popularized by the Muppets, who covered the song several times.
Composer (145 titles)
1984 Profumo di classe (TV movie)
1982 Quando la coppia scoppia
1982 Erotico 2000
1981 Bollenti spiriti
1981 Hay un fantasma en mi cama
1981 Il marito in vacanza
1981 Teste di quoio
1980 Odio le bionde
1980 La camarera viola a los turistas
1979 Aragosta a colazione
1978 Las maniobras de la doctora con los soldados
1978 Io tigro, tu tigri, egli tigra
1978 Le notti porno nel mondo nº 2 (documentary)
1978 L’inquilina del piano di sopra
1977 Pane, burro e marmellata
1977 La doctora arma el lío
1977 La notte dell’alta marea
1977 La bella e la bestia
1977 Blue Nude
1976 Bruciati da cocente passione
1976 Eva nera (as P. Umiliani)
1976 La doctora del regimiento
1975 Pupa, Charlie y su gorila
1975 Pecado venial
1974 Il domestico
1974 Pasión salvaje
1974 La schiava io ce l’ho e tu no
1974 El cuerpo
1974 La governante
1973 Magia negra
1973 La ragazza fuoristrada
1972 Al tropico del cancro
1972 Los vengadores del Ave María
1972 I vizi segreti della donna nel mondo (documentary)
1972 La ragazza dalla pelle di luna
1971 I due assi del guantone
1971 W Django!
1971 La venganza esperó 10 años
1971 Questo sporco mondo meraviglioso (documentary)
1971 La última señora Anderson
1970 Reverendo Colt
1970 No desearás al vecino del quinto (as Piero Umillani)
1970 Roy Colt y Winchester Jack
1970 Django desafía a Sartana
1970 Cinco muñecas para la luna de agosto
1970 Angeli bianchi… angeli neri (documentary)
1970 Dove non è peccato (documentary)
1970 Le isole dell’amore
1969 Blonde Köder für den Mörder
1969 El candoroso picapleitos
1969 La legge dei gangsters
1969 El valor de un cobarde
1969 Don Franco e Don Ciccio nell’anno della contestazione
1969 Eros e Thanatos
1968 Scusi, lei conosce il sesso?
1968 I nipoti di Zorro
1968 Svezia, inferno e paradiso (documentary)
1968 Due occhi per uccidere
1968 Aquí robamos todos
1968 La vuole lui… lo vuole lei
1968 Crisantemi per un branco di carogne
1968 I 2 deputati
1968 La verità difficile
1968 Una tranquilla villeggiatura
1967 I barbieri di Sicilia
1967 28 minuti per 3 milioni di dollari
1967 Misión en Ginebra
1967 Il tempo degli avvoltoi
1967 Il figlio di Django
1967 El hombre del puño de oro
1967 Lotosblüten für Miss Quon
1967 Asalto a la corona de Inglaterra
1967 Anónima de asesinos
1967 Agente Z 55: Secreto atomico
1967 Non sta bene rubare il tesoro
1967 Ric e Gian alla conquista del West
1966 I due figli di Ringo
1966 Ray Master l’inafferrabile
1966 Duello nel mondo
1966 Técnica de un espía
1966 Operación Mogador
1966 ¡Qué noche, muchachos!
1966 Fünf vor 12 in Caracas
1966 Rififí en Amsterdam
1966 3S3, agente especial
1966 Dos contra Al Capone
1966 I due sanculotti
1966 Il nero
1966 Sette monaci d’oro
1966 Testa di rapa
1966 Un golpe de mil millones
1965 Operación Póker: agente 05-14
1965 I due parà
1965 Made in Italy (uncredited)
1965 La vendetta di Lady Morgan (as Peter O’Milian)
1965 Operación Océano
1965 Guerra a la italiana
1965 Dos mafiosos contra Goldezenger
Soundtrack: Audio recording created or used in film production or post-production
The soundtrack to the 1937 Walt Disney film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was the first commercially issued film soundtrack.
The first musical film to have a commercially issued soundtrack album was MGM’s film biography of Show Boat composer Jerome Kern, Till the Clouds Roll By. The album was originally issued as a set of four 10-inch 78-rpm records.
Film score albums did not really become popular until the LP era, although a few were issued in 78-rpm albums. Alex North’s score for the 1951 film version of A Streetcar Named Desire was released on a 10-inch LP by Capitol Records and sold so well that the label later re-released it on one side of a 12-inch LP with some of Max Steiner’s film music on the reverse.
The 1968 Franco Zeffirelli film of Romeo and Juliet was issued as a 4-LP set, as a single LP with musical and dialogue excerpts, and as an album containing only the film’s musical score.
In the soundtrack genre there are four types of recordings:
1.Musical film soundtracks which concentrate primarily on the songs
(Examples: Grease, Singin’ in the Rain)
2.Film scores which showcase the background music from non-musicals
(Examples: Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings)
3.Albums of pop songs heard in whole or part in the background of non-musicals
(Examples: Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally...)
4.Video game soundtracks are often released after a game’s release, usually consisting of the background music from the game’s levels, menus, title screens, promo material (such as entire songs that only segments of which were used in the game), cut-screens and occasionally sound-effects used in the game. (Examples: Sonic Heroes, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
Soundtrack on Comics
Daniel Clowes’ graphic novel Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron had an official soundtrack album. The original black-and-white Nexus #3 from Capitol comics included the “Flexi-Nexi” which was a soundtrack flexi-disc for the issue.
The Absolute Edition of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Black Dossier is planned to include an original vinyl record.