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Carmelo & Carol - Remember The Great Film Music Of The Sixties album download

Carmelo & Carol - Remember The Great Film Music Of The Sixties album download

Performer: Carmelo
Title: Remember The Great Film Music Of The Sixties
Released: 2010
Size MP3 version: 1417 mb
Size FLAC version: 1329 mb
Size WMA version: 1576 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Genre: Jazz / Pop

Carmelo & Carol - Remember The Great Film Music Of The Sixties album download


The Sixties will be remembered for mini skirts and mini cars, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, boutiques and discotheques, and England winning the World Cup.

Personnel: Carol Sudhalter (sax tenore, flauto); Rick Stone (chitarra); Giacomo Riggi (vibrafono); Carmelo Leotta (contrabbasso); Vittorio Sigbaldi (batteria). Title: The Great Film Music of the Sixties Year Released: 2011 Record Label: Drum.

Great Film Music of the Sixties.

Carol: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the 2015 film of the same name. The soundtrack compact disc includes the original score, composed, produced, orchestrated and conducted by Carter Burwell, and additional music performed by The Clovers, Billie Holiday, Georgia Gibbs, Les Paul and Mary Ford, and Jo Stafford. It was released in both digital download and compact disc formats by Varèse Sarabande on November 20, 2015.

The sixties was a time when the traditional music of old was given a fresh new look with new compositions written in a traditional style. Appalachian folk saw a new rebirth, and singers like Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Pete Seeger emerged as a result of this movement. The hallmark of this movement was to combine elements of folk and rock. The music of the sixties is best described as an edgy, eclectic blend of variety. There was something for everyone during this time, which will be cherished in the heart of many. Here, I would also like to thank the writers who have provided wonderful insights by answering the question What are the characteristics of music of the sixties? I am amazed at some of their sharing! Do visit each of their profiles. Music was great back then.

I remember the Sixties. That was the turning point in my political coming of age. I was in college in Philadelphia on April 4th when Martin Luther King was assassinated. I watched as riots consumed the inner cities. I was saddened and disappointed - as a teenager growing up in Washington DC, I’d gone to plenty of concerts at the Howard theater where blacks and whites rocked together with Motown artists. In a young idealistic fashion, I believed we were moving towards a color-blind society. So the frustration and rage expressed through the riots were – in a way– confusing. I found that premise in a film. Do you remember SIGNS, starring Mel Gibson? It came out in 2002, and I thought the first half was the most riveting film I’d ever seen. Gibson’s family is being stalked, but they don’t know who and they don’t know why. The second half of the film, when viewers discover it’s just your garden variety aliens, was an enormous let down. Putting a face, an identity, on fear reduces its power. But NOT knowing who’s targeting you - or why - is the most frightening thing I can imagine.

SOUNDS OF THE SIXTIES - Episodes 5-6 . The Foundations, Procul Harum, the Bee Gees, the Rolling Stones, Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich, Status Quo, the Move, Manfred Mann, the Equals, Amen Corner, the Alan Price Set, Herman's Hermits, the Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & the Trinity, the Hollies. SOUNDS OF THE SIXTIES - Episodes 7-8 . Note: To preserve highest quality, the Sounds of the Sixties episodes are spread across three discs to ensure no more than two hours of material is on each disc. Over two hours of material and the quality degrades (like the old VHS days of 6 hour mode). SOUNDS OF THE SIXTIES VOL. 2 1991 on DVD! Our discs are guaranteed for life! If a disc ever stops playing correctly tell us and we'll replace for free.

See Terms and Conditions for important information about costs that may apply for the MP3 version in case of returns and cancellations. Great 3-disc CD of the hits of the 60s. Good selection of songs and artistes. Knew all the tracks and they brought back some good memories.

Starring Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, Sarah Paulson & Kyle Chandler. Directed by Todd Haynes.

And while great movies and great soundtracks can go hand in hand (A Hard Day’s Night), sometimes a so-so film is full of historic tunes, as in our number one pick. George Lucas tapped his memories of growing up in early Sixties California for one of the greatest teen coming-of-age movies of all time, exploring America's Fifties hangover – the time just before the Beatles and the Kennedy assassination shattered its allusions. The 41-song soundtrack culled classic rock and roll (Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly) and doo-wop ("I Only Have Eyes For You," "Come Go With Me"), tied together with radio show-style segues from wildman DJ Wolfman Jack – a pretty post-modern idea in 1973.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Sunday In New York
Written-By – Peter Nero
2 I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face
Written-By – Frederick Loewe And Alan Jay Lerner*
3 I Ain't Down Yet
Written-By – Debbie Reynolds, Harve Presnell
4 I Will Wait For You
Written-By – Jacques Demy, Michel Legrand
5 Goldfinger
Written-By – Anthony Newley, John Barry, Leslie Bricusse
6 Moonriver
Written-By – Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer
7 You Only Live Twice
Written-By – John Barry, Leslie Bricusse
8 Emily
Written-By – Johnny Mandel, Johnny Mercer

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Geco Records
  • Recorded At – Kalakuta Recpublic Studio

Credits

  • Cover [Art] – Paola Ratazzi
  • Double Bass – Carmelo Leotta
  • Drums – Vittorio Sicbaldi
  • Guitar – Rick Stone
  • Recorded By – Enrico Arnolfo, Michele Lagana
  • Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Carol Sudhalter
  • Vibraphone [Vibe] – Giacomo Riggi

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 015948 302965