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Bernard Herrmann
Cape Fear

Composer Bernard Herrmann was a prolific film scorer, with works including Taxi Driver, Citizen Kane, and his lengthy collaboration with Alfred Hitchcock (Psycho, Vertigo, The Birds etc.). Here we have his classic score to J. Lee Thompson’s Cape Fear available on vinyl for the first time in full. Limited LP on Doxy.
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Dorothy Ashby
Dorothy Ashby

Dorothy Ashby was a rare thing: a jazz harpist. Lord did she make it work: this 1961 self-titled album of hers features versions of pieces by Duke Ellington and Neal Hefti, as well as originals, performed in a trio setting with bass and drums. The harp is exquisitely played, and with no small amount of jazz swing too! Reissue edition of 500 LPs.

Ornette Coleman
Change of the Century

Ornette Coleman is just so, so good. 1960’s Change Of The Century followed hot on the heels of The Shape Of Jazz to come, with that phenomenal quartet still in full effect. Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, Billy Higgins. For those who don’t know, this is an album of phenomenal and creative jazz interplay, genuinely pushing the form forwards. Delightfully available again on wax: this reissue is pressed in an edition of 500 LPs, on Doxy.

Martial Solal joue Michel Magne
A Bout De Souffle

Vinyl edition of the original soundtrack to Jean Luc Godard’s 'A Bout De Souffle'. Co-written with François Truffaut, 'A Bout De Souffle' was one of the most influential films of the French Nouvelle Vague, blazing the trail for a whole new brand of filmmaking. For the soundtrack, Godard enlisted the talents of Martial Solal, a member of the Parisian jazz scene who had worked with Django Reinhardt, Sidney Bechet and Don Byas, among others. Solal’s low key approach gave the film exactly the ambience it needed to exude “young, cool and sexy” from every pore. Limited edition of 500 copies.
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Masaru Sato
The Throne Of Blood

Masaru Sato was an associate of legendary film composer Fumio Hayasaka, and took up Hayasaka’s collaboration with Akira Kurosawa after Hayasaka passed away. The soundtrack for The Throne Of Blood is a powerfully atmospheric collection that draws heavily on traditional Japanese music. White vinyl reissue on Doxy Cinematic: only 500 copies.
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John Barry
From Russia With Love

Exciting, symphonic and instantly hummable, From Russia With Love’s score is nothing short of a masterpiece. The opening theme sets the tone, beginning with a brash staccato version of the James Bond theme before suddenly sliding into a smooth swagger. John Barry keeps doing that same thing throughout the soundtrack, setting up expectations then knocking them down. Limited edition of 500 copies.
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Bernard Herrmann
Psycho (The Original Film Score)

12" vinyl reissue limited to 500 copies on Doxy. Bernard Herrmann scored seven films for Hitchcock including Vertigo and North by Northwest, but probably by far his most poignant and scarring work was on 1960’s Psycho. You never forget the sound of those stabbing (yes, that was intentional) violins and descending chords that were the triggers to that most famous of scenes, but the rest of it plays out the sheer atmospheric turmoil of the film, showing how much difference a good score can make.
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Bernard Herrmann
The Wrong Man

Here's some tasty delights from Bernard Hermann. The Wrong Man is the score of Herman's from the 1965 Hitchcock film. For this feature Hermann created a melancholic and subtle score which is full of soft orchestral textures, sparse instrumentation and enough suspense to keep you on the edge. Out on vinyl LP from Doxy & limited to 500 for this first pressing.
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Krzysztof Komeda
Knife In The Water

One of the big names in a list of big names in Polish jazz musicians, Krzysztof Komeda soon drew the attention of filmmaker Roman Polanski and here we have the soundtracks from two of the director’s films; Knife in the Water and Two Men and a Wardrobe. Komeda weaves some luscious piano driven jazz across the two sides of this lp to create some beautiful classic jazz melodies. Just add the clinking of glasses, the popping of champagne corks, the chatter of beautiful women and a wisp of cigar smoke to complete the atmosphere Komeda creates. Limited lp of 500 copies.
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Francoise Hardy
Francoise Hardy

Cult Parisian actress and singer Francoise Hardy's second studio album, recorded when she was just nineteen. Hardy grew up in poverty in France, to a single mother who received barely any financial support from Hardy's estranged father. The difficulty of those early years was a big influence on Hardy's music. 500 numbered copies available on clear vinyl. Ooh la la.

Henry Mancini
Breakfast At Tiffany’s

In a career spanning over four decades, composer, conductor and arranger Enrico “Henry” Mancini (1924-1994) won numerous Academy and Grammy awards for his scores to well-known films and television series, including The Pink Panther, Hatari!, Two For The Road, Wait Until Dark, Peter Gunn, and of course, 1961’s Breakfast At Tiffany’s (which alone won five Grammys and two Oscars)! The Breakfast At Tiffany’s soundtrack is probably best remembered for Audrey Hepburn’s legendary performance of Mancini’s “Moon River” (lyrics by Johnny Mercer), which won an Academy Award for Best Song that year. “Moon River” went on to become one of the best loved songs of all time, but it first made its appearance here, in Breakfast At Tiffany’s. Limited edition of 500 copies.
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Piero Umiliani
Smog

Piero Umiliani made the supremely chilled lounge jazz of 'Smog' to to complement a 1960s Italian film. His music is articulated by the gorgeous vocal performance of Helen Merrill, whose vocal sifts among the melodic breeze with total ease. The film might have been obscured by time, but Umiliani's soundtrack stands tall.

Francoise Hardy
Canta In Italiano

Incredibly French. Incredibly 1960s. Sung in Italian. Canta In Italiano by Parisienne Francoise Hardy is an album of some nice ‘60s French pop tunes along with some more traditional folk tunes along with swooning violins, but sung in Italian. It’s a pleasant ride into the past with some gentle melodies. Re-issue on clear vinyl, limited to 500 copies.

Tod Dockstader
Organized Sound: Drone; Two Fragments From Apocalypse; Water Music

Electronic minuteman Tod Dockstader was producing music in the 50s and 60s, in the days before synthesizers made that whole whole game more accessible. Remarkable to think, that. He worked as a sound engineer in films and for studios, so presumably got his mitts on all that formative gear for these late night experiments. Tracks here include those simply titled "Water Music" and "Drone", and this is truly pioneering stuff along those lines. Limited reissue on DOZ.

Paul Bley/ Ornette Coleman/ Don Cherry/ Charlie Haden/ Billy Higgins
Live At The Hillcrest Club 1958

Ornette Coleman captured live just one year before his epochal The Shape Of Jazz To Come. Don Cherry is already present, shadowing Ornette’s saxophone with his cornet, and the rest of the quintet is made up by Paul Bley, Charlie Haden and Billy Higgins. Try this clear, audiophile-grade, double vinyl LP for a glimpse of a still-embryonic Free Jazz sound.

John Coltrane
The Believer

Do you believe in the power of John Coltrane? You damn well should, the man isn’t revered by everyone for no reason you know. This album, pressed to high grade Audiophile Clear Vinyl by Doxy, captures Coltrane in 1958, when the man was really beginning to get going. Limited to 500 copies everyone!

John Coltrane
Stardust

Stardust is a John Coltrane session from around the time when he was rolling with Miles Davis’ crew: some of his fellow Miles-sidemen appear with him here in fact. Pressed to clear vinyl for that tasty visual effect, but with mighty sound quality also maintained: that’s Audiophile Clear Vinyl for you!

Serge Gainsbourg
1.2.3.4

Sexy Serge Gainsbourg languishes over the course of four EPs on this boxset. In fact, they are his first ever EPs, and come packaged in an appropriately handsome set, with reproductions of the original covers and 35 songs-worth of lyrics in a booklet. Audiophile Clear Vinyl too! Light a cigarette and get seductive.

John Cage
The 25-Year Retrospective Concert Of The Music Of John Cage - Recorded in performance at Town Hall, New York, May 15, 1958

An excellent overview of early John Cage, as performed live at a seminal concert at New York’s Town Hall, 1958. Includes works for percussion, some of the beautiful Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano, and the premiere of electronic tape piece Williams Mix. Seriously important, and seriously good fun to hear too! Double LP on Doxy.

Fumio Hayasaka
Seven Samurai

Fumio Hayasaka had a long and fruitful working relationship with Akira Kurosawa: Seven Samurai was their final collaboration. Fittingly for what is probably Kurosawa’s best known film, Hayasaka’s soundtrack is an atmospheric tour-de-force. This reissue is pressed to white vinyl, and released in an edition of just 500 copies. On Doxy Cinematic.
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Serge Gainsbourg
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Ravi Shankar and Ali Akbar-Kahn
The Master Musicians Of India


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Karlheinz Stockhausen
Mantra


John Cage/ David Tudor
Indeterminacy


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Thelonious Monk And Sonny Rollins
The Prestige Sessions


Cannonball Adderley & Milt Jackson
Things Are Getting Better


John Coltrane & Cecil Taylor
Coltrane Time


The Raymond Scott Quintette
Radio Music