Cinewax Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
We get plenty of soundtracks to obscure films that not many people have seen, but what about a film that nobody at all has seen, because it never got made? That brings us to Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Dune, and the soundtrack that Kurt Stenzel has made to imagine what could have been. Epic space-synth work of course. On Cinewax.
- Vinyl Double LP (CINE806LP)
Roman Polanski’s 1974 Chinatown is now rightfully recognised as a masterwork of noir cinema. But the importance of Jerry Goldsmith’s evocative and atmospheric soundtrack is still not fully appreciated. That all changes with this remastered gold vinyl LP from Cinemax. So stare at the beautiful poster art included with the vinyl and remember, ‘Forget it, Jake. It's Chinatown.’
The film Low Down is a biopic of Joe Albany, a well-regarded jazz pianist. The soundtrack to such a film is, of course, a great opportunity, and this OST release combines some of Albany’s greatest recordings with other tracks featured (Thelonious Monk, Max Roach) and selections from Ohad Talmor’s original score. On Cinewax.
You might want to buy The Wonderful Philharmonic’s soundtrack to the 1980 martial arts film Shogun Assassin for a number of reasons. Maybe you love the film, maybe you enjoy 80’s synth-loaded film soundtracks, or maybe you love the GZA classic Liquid Swords, which plundered this soundtrack liberally for memorable samples. Either way, first proper vinyl pressing!