New MOJO Magazine Soundtrack CD

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  1. Mark Cappelletty

    Mark Cappelletty Cinematographer

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    FYi,

    Anyone interested in cool and unusual movie soundtracks, should buy the new UK music magazine MOJO (June 2002) with the cover story on sountracks. Not only do you get articles on Curtis Mayfield, Frank Sinatra, the Sex Pistols and the Monkees' "Head," but the magazine also comes with a free CD entitled "The Score" which contains everything from Moby to The Kinks to Booker T. & The MGs to Henry Mancini and Nick Cave singing "Let It Be."

    This CD is worth big bucks in my estimation and it comes with the magazine (which retails for about $8.00 US with a list of £3.50 UK) for free!
     
  2. Greg_Y

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    I picked this up last night. Definitely worth the money. An ecletic collection of songs that works perfectly as a compilation / mix tape. It was about $8 at my local Border's book store.

    The complete track listing:
    The Score: 20 Ultra-Cool Soundtracks From The Producers Of MOJO (71:48)
    01 Pate, Jimmy & Adam Wade - Brother On The Run (Opening) (04:51)
    02 The Kinks - God's Children (03:19)
    03 Quincy Jones - Something's Cookin' (02:31)
    04 DJ Shadow - Dark Days (04:30)
    05 Roy Budd - Get Carter (03:02)
    06 Elmer Bernstein - Frankie Machine (04:59)
    07 Mrs Washington & Co - You Cut Up The Clothes (05:49)
    08 Booker T & The MG's - Time Is Tight (04:59)
    09 John Barry - Midnight Cowboy (02:48)
    10 Peter Cook & Dudley Moore - Bedazzled (02:26)
    11 Henry Mancini - Arabesque (02:16)
    12 Mongo Santamaria - Watermelon Man (02:29)
    13 Vince Guaraldi - Linus And Lucy (03:06)
    14 David Shire - The Taking Of Pelham 123 (02:19)
    15 Isaac Hayes - Truck Turner (02:45)
    16 Will Malone - Death Line (04:14)
    17 Ennio Morricone - A Fistful Of Dollars (02:58)
    18 The Slickers - Johnny Too Bad (03:11)
    19 Moby - God Moving Over The Face Of The Water (05:47)
    20 Nick Cave - Let It Be (03:29)
     
  3. Anthony Thorne

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    Yeah, a good issue. I found it funny that the GET CARTER track had the train sound direct from the film playing through it though. Otherwise, a good read and a nifty CD...
     
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    Anthony, thats how the track is on the CD of the Get Carter score as well, so I presume its the same master used. I've not picked this up as I have a fair bit of it already, but I might do now.
     
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    Thanks! I'll check it out.
     
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  7. Mark Cappelletty

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    Greg's got the tracklisting wrong, that's the original Booker T & The MG's song, not a Peter Gabriel cover of it!
     
  8. John Geelan

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    Yes, thats the original Booker T song, not Peter Gabriel at all.

    JohnG
     
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    I'm only 5 songs in and I alreaqdy plan on buying the Dark Days and Get Carter soundtracks.
     
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    On a similar note, there's an ad for some Warner Music soundtrack remasters in that issue of MOJO. Some are quite interesting. I don't believe they have been released in the U.S. but I did find Lalo Schifrin's Dirty Harry Anthology CD as an import at my local CD shop.
    Anyone have any of the other remasters? I'd really like to know how the Paris, Texas one is. Is it better than the "old" domestic CD release? That's quite possibly my favorite film soundtrack of all time, so I'm intrigued by the thought of a remaster.
    Here's the list from the inside of the CD case:
    Ry Cooder
    Paris, Texas
    Jerry Fielding
    The Gauntlet
    The Wild Bunch
    Jerry Goldsmith
    Outland
    J.J. Johnson
    Cleopatra Jones
    Quincy Jones
    Dollars
    Michael Legrand
    Summer of '42
    Ennio Morricone
    The Exorcist II: The Heretic
    Alex North
    Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
    Lalo Schifrin
    Bullitt
    Bullitt (recreated version)
    Dirty Harry Anthology
    Enter The Dragon
    The Fox
    The Fox (recreated version)
    The Eagle Has Landed
    Mannix (recreated version)
    Rush Hour
    Eric Weissberg & Steve Mandel
    Dueling Banjos: Deliverance
     

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