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Hammer Legacy Soundtracks

Mensagem por Daninsky em Dom Out 02 2011, 00:27

Aqui está algo que eu adoraria ter em CD, infelizmente apenas saiu em MP3 Evil or Very Mad e eu recuso-me a pagar por essas coisas...




Dracula was arguably Hammer’s most famous character from the 1950s to the 1970s, but the company produced many other vampire films. This collection presents highlights from them all, beginning with James Bernard’s opening titles and ‘The Vampire Rhapsody’ from the classic The Kiss Of The Vampire. The work of Harry Robinson, another prolific Hammer composer, is celebrated with tracks from The Vampire Lovers, Countess Dracula, Twins of Evil and Lust For A Vampire, including that film’s vocal number ‘Strange Love’. Highlights from David Whitaker’s dark and mysterious music for Vampire Circus give way to a collection of cues from the epic The Legend Of The 7 Golden Vampires, James Bernard’s final score for a Hammer film. Laurie Johnson’s theme from the underrated Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter closes the collection in flamboyant style.
This digital-only release is available from 31 March. Purchase all 14 tracks and receive an exclusive six-page digital booklet, featuring rare stills and new notes by Marcus Hearn.

1. The Kiss Of The Vampire – Opening Titles (James Bernard)
2. The Kiss Of The Vampire – ‘The Vampire Rhapsody’ (James Bernard, piano solo performed by Douglas Gamley)
3. The Vampire Lovers – Opening Titles (Harry Robinson)
4. Countess Dracula – Opening Titles (Harry Robinson)
5. Lust For A Vampire – Opening Titles (Harry Robinson)
6. Lust For A Vampire – The Dream [‘Strange Love’] (music: Harry Robinson, lyrics: Frank Godwin, vocal by Tracy)
7. Twins Of Evil – Opening Titles (Harry Robinson)
8. Vampire Circus – Opening Titles (David Whitaker)
9. Vampire Circus – The Tiger Dance (David Whitaker)
10. The Legend Of The 7 Golden Vampires – Opening Titles (James Bernard)
11. The Legend Of The 7 Golden Vampires – Ambush (James Bernard)
12. The Legend Of The 7 Golden Vampires – The Battle Rages (James Bernard)
13. The Legend Of The 7 Golden Vampires – Introducing Vanessa Buren (James Bernard)
14. Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter – Opening Titles (Laurie Johnson)




Hammer’s long career in X-rated cinema began with The Quatermass Xperiment in 1955. This collection of original music includes the opening titles from this cinematic milestone alongside additional cues from Quatermass 2 and the final film in the trilogy, Quatermass And The Pit. The musical accompaniment to Hammer’s earliest horror films was composed by James Bernard in a stark and chilling style that anticipated Bernard Hermann’s Psycho by five years. Tristram Cary’s orchestral tracks for Quatermass And The Pit (1967) are presented alongside a section of his electronic music and the closing credits music by Dennis Farnon. This remarkable collection is completed by the rousing title music from Moon Zero Two, composed by Don Ellis and performed by Julie Driscoll.
This digital-only release is available from 31 March. Purchase all 12 tracks and receive an exclusive six-page digital booklet, featuring rare stills and new notes by Marcus Hearn.

1. The Quatermass Xperiment – Opening Titles (James Bernard)
2. Quatermass 2 – Opening Titles/Things in the Domes/End Credits (James Bernard)
3. Quatermass And The Pit – Opening Titles (Tristram Cary)
4. Quatermass And The Pit – Scream in the Hull (Tristram Cary)
5. Quatermass And The Pit – Bulkhead Disintegration (Tristram Cary)
6. Quatermass And The Pit – Hobb Disturbance Experiment (Tristram Cary)
7. Quatermass And The Pit – Panic in Underground (Tristram Cary)
8. Quatermass And The Pit – Crane Explosion (Tristram Cary)
9. Quatermass And The Pit – Finale and End Credits [unused] (Tristram Cary
10. Quatermass And The Pit – End Credits [‘Deserted Harbour’] (Dennis Farnon)
11. Quatermass And The Pit – Electronic Music (Tristram Cary)
12. Moon Zero Two – Opening Titles (Don Ellis, vocal by Julie Driscoll)




A compilation of soundtrack music from Hammer films, digitally restored from the original recordings. The sinister theme for The Curse Of Frankenstein, Hammer’s first gothic horror, begins this collection of tracks drawn from all seven of Hammer’s Frankenstein films. James Bernard was Hammer’s most prolific composer, and a selection of cues from the classic Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed and the haunting Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell also bear his unmistakeable sound. Other composers represented on this album are Leonard Salzedo (The Revenge Of Frankenstein), Don Banks (The Evil Of Frankenstein) and Malcolm Williamson (The Horror Of Frankenstein).
This digital-only release is available from 31 March. Purchase all 14 tracks and receive an exclusive six-page digital booklet, featuring rare stills and new notes by Marcus Hearn.

1. The Curse of Frankenstein – Opening Titles (James Bernard)
2. The Revenge of Frankenstein – Closing Credits (Leonard Salzedo)
3. The Evil of Frankenstein – Opening Titles (Don Banks)
4. Frankenstein Created Woman – Opening Titles/Closing Credits (James Bernard)
5. Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed – Opening Titles/The Death of Anna (James Bernard)
6. Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed – Liberating Brandt (James Bernard)
7. Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed – Frankenstein’s Lust (James Bernard)
8. Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed – Brandt Awakens (James Bernard)
9. Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed – Finale and Closing Credits (James Bernard)
10. The Horror of Frankenstein – Opening Titles (Malcolm Williamson)
11. Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell – Helder Meets the Other Patients (James Bernard)
12. Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell – The Monster Recovers (James Bernard)
13. Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell – Death of the Monster (James Bernard)
14. Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell – Finale and Closing Credits (James Bernard)

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