Once Upon a Time in the West is a soundtrack composed by Ennio Morricone, from the 1968 western film of the same name directed by Sergio Leone, released in 1972. The film score sold about 10 million copies worldwide. The soundtrack features leitmotifs that relate to each of the main characters of the movie (each with their own theme music), as well as to the spirit of the American West. The theme music for the Claudia Cardinale character has wordless vocals by Italian singer Edda Dell'Orso.
How the West Was Won is a live triple album by the English rock group Led Zeppelin, released by Atlantic Records on compact disc on 27 May 2003, and DVD-Audio on 7 October 2003. The recordings are taken from two 1972 performances in California: . Forum (25 June 1972) and Long Beach Arena (27 June 1972). Guitarist Jimmy Page considers Led Zeppelin at this point to have been at their artistic peak, as is mentioned in the album's liner notes and in an interview he gave to The Times newspaper in 2010.
Released by Rhino Movie Music (R2 72458) containing music from How The West Was Won (1962). Disc Time: Total Album Time: 66:36 136:08. How the West Was WonStage Door Productions. Format: CD (114 min). The Wild West - The Essential Western Film Music CollectionSilva America (SSD-1099). Released: September 21, 1999. Formats: CD, Digital (141 min).
Great Western Themes. Geoff Love was an extremely popular Orchestra Leader in the 60's and 70's. Geoff's smile was infectious, as was his music. A regular on TV Shows and Radio, Geoff had a successful recording career that keeps his music alive today.
The essential problem is that How the West Was Won is rooted in two separate bodies of music, the Alfred Newman instrumental and orchestral material (including the rousing main title theme), spiced with a few traditional (. folk) and traditional-style tunes; and the songs sung by Debbie Reynolds in her various set pieces as an entertainer, principally "Home in. the Meadow" (adapted from "Greensleeves")
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I'll admit i listen to a lot of streaming music, but sometimes you just gotta have the disk. Besides, my premium stereo doesn't stream. Heard a song from this album, great collection of live recordings from 1972. Always loved Led Zep, this set of live music is amazing. I have a half-dozen bootleg albums of Led Zeppelin concerts from the mid-1970s salted away somewhere, which means that when it comes to listening to the group in live performance the sound on "How the West Was Won" is actually a step up. But even if your experience to Led Zeppelin live is limited to the soundtrack for "The Song Remains the Same" you can still appreciate the way the group refused to simply get up on stage and play their songs the way they appeared on their albums.
How the West Was Won is a 1962 American Metrocolor epic-western film. The picture was one of the last "old-fashioned" epic films made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to enjoy great success. Set between 1839 and 1889, it follows four generations of a family (starting as the Prescotts) as they move from western New York to the Pacific Ocean. The picture was one of only two dramatic films made in the curved-screen three-projector Cinerama process, which added to its original impact.
From the first talkie, songs in movies have found a treasured place in the popular consciousness, as uDiscover Music’s list of the 50 best film songs shows. Published on. January 8, 2019. Blue Moon’ evolved as a song from the MGM soundtrack-writing system, source of some of the best film songs in their time; Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart tailored the eventual finished version for a Clark Gable film called Manhattan Melodrama. The beautiful lyrics – Blue moon/You saw me standing alone/Without a dream in my heart/Without a love of my own – have been sung down the years by most of the greatest singers of popular music, including Elvis Presley, Mel Tormé, Dean Martin and Ella Fitzgerald
|1||The Main Attraction||1:34|
|2||There Is No Help||9:32|
|3||An Oasis Of Mirages||3:18|
|6||Injesting The Button||3:24|
|7||Sin & Suffering Enterprise Adam||13:54|
|8||Drinking With Kirk||2:50|
|10||Waiting For Dinner||4:21|
|13||Bonus Track - Tuna Talk||3:11|
- Recorded At – The Goon Studio, Upper Marlboro, MD
- Design – Sarah Stillerman
- Drums – Brett Gross (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10 & 13)
- Mastered By – Mark D'Alessandro
- Performer – Arthur Harrison, Gary Young
NotesRecorded Sept.-Oct. 2010 in the Goon Studio, Upper Marlboro, MD. Mixed Oct.-Nov. 2010.
CDr with back insert only.
|none||Music From The Film||How The West Was Once (CD)||Not On Label (Music From The Film Self-released)||none||US||2011|