Jacob [Soundtrack]

THE BOOGEY MAN [Soundtrack]

Howlin' Wolf Records Releases: "The Boogey Man" [1980] and "Jacob [2014]"

Music by: Tim Krog 
One of several horror films released at the height of the slasher movie craze of the late 1970s and early 1980s, The Boogey Man is an effective mash-up of supernatural cinema’s greatest hits that has developed a strong cult following. Director and co-writer Ulli Lommel was born into a show business family, and began his career as an actor in the German film industry in the 1960s. Striking up a relationship with the celebrated filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Lommel went on to collaborate with him on over twenty projects.
Proud to announce for the first time on Cd and a great iconic score that is music composed and performed by Tim Krog. From our label, Howlin' Wolf Records... we bring you the score to 1980's cult classic "THE BOOGEY MAN"!

Music by: Iain Kelso 
The Kell household is far from what you would call an ideal family. Otis is the new head of the household and he makes sure that everyone abides to his rules – when his wife Edith makes a small mistake, Otis severely beats her for her misdemeanor. The violent attack is witnessed by Edith’s young daughter Sissy, who is so accustomed to these attacks that she tends to her mother’s wounds between tea parties. Her guest at these parties is her older brother Jacob, a dimwitted young man who is insanely protective of his sister. When one of Otis’ rage attacks is targeted against the girl, Jacob immediately kills him and lets the decades of regret and humiliation take over his mind. Add in a supernatural twist and with nothing to lose, Jacob turns his wrath against the town that let this tragedy happen.

You know we all have a special friend like Jacob, always looking out for you... well then you should always look over your shoulder. Howlin' Wolf Record releases it's 21st score to the disturbing film "JACOB" composed by Iain Kelso and it's dark piece. I like it, it's good to listen to as you make your way home in the deepest darkest woods. 


For more information please click on the link just above, if you like to hear a sample of either just click on their titles..
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Lunatic Soul streams "Walking On A Flashlight Beam"

Lunatic Soul fans have a chance to hear and stream its brand new album "Walking On A Flashlight Beam" in full before the music is released in North America on the 28th of October through Kscope (Ian Anderson, Anathema, Engineers, Steven Wilson).


Frank premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2014 and has gone on to critical success at subsequent festivals and on general release.

Based on the memoir by filmmaker and journalist Jon Ronson, the fictional story is loosely inspired by Frank Sidebottom, the persona of cult musician Chris Sievey as well as other outsider musicians like Captain Beefheart and Daniel Johnston. To preserve the film’s integrity, the actors, including Michael Fassbender, Domhnall Gleeson and Maggie Gyllenhaal who perform as screen creation The Soronprfbs were recorded live.

CD & Digital Album: SILCD1461
Release Date: 27th October

Digital Album: SILED1461
Release date: out now

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Sony Classical: The Book of Life [2014]

Sony Classical is pleased to announce the release of the original motion picture soundtrack of THE BOOK OF LIFE. The film has a distinctive Latin American blend of comedy, romance, fantasy and adventure – a combination that the music perfectly captures. The soundtrack is a mix of feel-good, catchy and touching songs, all of them newly recorded for this movie.


The 1960s “spy craze” was more of an explosion -- once James Bond became a phenomenon, movie and TV producers went after everything that remotely resembled an espionage adventure.  Composer Jerry Goldsmith played his part with the two-film Derek Flint series Our Man Flint and In Like Flint, combining his own rhythmically driven, cutting-edge action score riffs with performances by a super team of session musicians.  The sounds, the colors, the tunes, the excitement…all were dynamically re-recorded by Goldsmith in vibrant stereo for the 20th Century-Fox label back in 1966 and 1967 respectively.   The importance of the original albums for Our Man Flint and In Like Flint is difficult to overemphasize.  Both albums found the composer soaring with a vernacular previously unheard, a propulsive display of global action, romance, infectious melody, nefarious happenings and super-agent heroics in kind…from the blasts of alto and tenor sax to the ringing of organ and echoing solovox, from the melodious touch of accordion to the power of a full orchestra, Jerry Goldsmith went where no composer had gone before. And enhancing both albums were now iconic covers sporting terrific Bob Peak artwork.

Both of these scores have been mastered from the original elements prepared by the composer and his engineers back in the days, recorded directly onto ½” three-channel tape and mixed directly from those session tapes to create the final stereo record masters. These original master tapes, vaulted by UMG, have survived in beautiful condition and afford today’s listeners with modest improvements in the stereo imaging, especially in the center-channel information.

In Our Man Flint, when a madman named Malcolm Rodney (Edward Mulhare) threatens the planet with devastating weather phenomena from a secret island base, Flint infiltrates the villain’s island after a series of international adventures, Flint rescues his own foursome of gorgeous mistresses and a bevy of similarly brainwashed female victims from a futuristic, hedonistic, secret society cooked up by Rodney and a group of scientists determined to save humanity from itself.  In his second outing in In Like Flint, Flint faces the most terrifying threat of all—an army of women determined to take over the world, starting with the replacement of the President (Andrew Duggan) with an impostor. 

INTRADA Special Collection Vol. 294
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Among the most nostalgic and wistful film scores of all time, Michel Legrand’s beautiful music for Summer of ’42 captured the hearts of moviegoers in 1971 as well as members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, who honored it with the 1971 Academy Award for “Best Original Score.”  Warner Bros. Records issued a bestselling soundtrack album for the movie, ironically including just two cues totaling five minutes from the admittedly brief but still richly moving 17-minute original score. To fill out their record, Warner Bros. turned to Legrand’s magnificent music for the rarely screened 1969 film The Picasso Summer. In this instance, the composer edited his 55-minute score down to a 30-minute “Picasso Suite.” The album packaging noted that the score required considerable orchestration and described it as quite possibly Legrand’s finest work.

For Summer of ’42, Legrand wrote an unusually flexible theme that played both in melancholy-flavored minor keys as well as sunnier major keys. Scored for strings, woodwinds, two pianos, two French horns and harp (plus—in the opening sequence—a warm solo harmonica), the music remains transparent throughout, even when played by the entire ensemble. The omission of the 5+ minute opening music from the 1971 soundtrack album remains probably the most baffling anomaly of that recording, for it is with the gentle harmonica, heard only during this cue, that Legrand manages his most Americana-flavored sound, a timbre so integral to the film itself.

Those familiar with the magnificent score for The Picasso Summer only through the “The Picasso Suite” will delight in finding out how different the listening experience is when the score plays for nearly twice the length and unfolds in the original sequence of the film. The music’s architecture becomes completely different, following the movie’s San Francisco couple on their quest through Europe to find Picasso, at one point even being illuminated by Picasso’s paintings come to animated life.

To ready both of these scores for their first-ever complete presentations, Intrada was given access to the session masters for both films, recorded respectively in 1971 and 1969 on 1″ 15 ips eight-channel tape.  This 2-CD set features the complete score to Summer of '42, the complete score to The Picasso Summer as well as the "Picasso Suite" prepared for the LP back in 1971.

INTRADA Special Collection Vol. 286
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Milan Records: Birdman [2014] - Antonio Sanchez

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) is a 2014 American comedy-drama co-written, produced, and directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu. The film stars Michael Keaton, Emma Stone, Edward Norton, Andrea Riseborough, Zach Galifianakis, Naomi Watts, Amy Ryan, Merritt Wever, and Benjamin Kanes.

Washed-up actor Riggan Thomson (Michael Keaton), who became famous for playing an iconic superhero in the movies, decides to stage a comeback in a Broadway play. Pressures mount leading up to the play's opening night as Riggan battles his ego and tries to win back his family, at the same time re-establishing his career and finding himself in the process.

Micheal Keaton might get the shift he needs to soar himself back into the public eye, not that he has ever disappear from our eyes. I get the joy of listening to the score from the film and the very talented composer "Antonio Sanchez" who brings a great jazz mood and worthy drum power to each turn. I am hoping for great things from this film... great soundtrack from Milan Records, CHECK!
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La-La Land Records, Warner Bros., Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics proudly present BATMAN THE ANIMATED SERIES: VOLUME 3, a limited edition 4-CD SET of unforgettable musical moments from the acclaimed BATMAN THE ANIMATED SERIES. These remarkable scores are game-changers in the world of television animation music, packing supercharged thrills, chills, action and drama within an emotional, musical whirlwind that rivals most blockbuster film scores. Music from such notable episodes as ROBIN’S RECKONING, ETERNAL YOUTH, DAY OF THE SAMURAI, MUDSLIDE, THE CLOCK KING and more are presented here in a knockout compilation with a combined running time of more than five hours! Produced by John Takis and Neil S. Bulk, and mastered by James Nelson, this limited edition of 3000 units features a 36-Page booklet bursting with amazing images and in-depth liner notes and analysis by John Takis. The heroic art design by Dan Goldwasser compliments this impressive volume with gothic flair.
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Screamworks Records: BAD MILO [2014] - Ted Masur

Screamworks Records releases Ted Masur’s acclaimed music for Bad Milo!, the quirky cult horror co-written and directed by Jacob Vaughan. The album is available on CD and digitally online from September 30, 2014.  The film, which had a theatrical release in the USA last year courtesy of Magnet Releasing, tells the story of Duncan (Ken Marino), an average man toiling at an average office job with no brighter prospects apart from his beautiful wife, Sarah (Gillian Jacobs). When Duncan starts to suffer from abdominal pains as a result of his stressful life, he gives birth to a tiny demon housed inside his colon. When his therapist suggests bonding with the creature, Duncan begins his unusual friendship with Milo, who soon enough deserves the “Bad” moniker…

MovieScore Media: Automata [2014] - Zacarías M. de La Riva

MovieScore Media releases Zacarías M. de da Riva’s soundtrack for Automata, the new sci-fi thriller starring Antonio Banderas, recently hailed by reviewers as “a strikingly slick and intriguing sci-fi thriller” (Screen Daily), “freaking magnificent” (Ain’t It Cool News), “surreal science fiction at its best” (Twitch), “smart sci-fi done on a large canvas” (Joblo) and considered a film which is “going to be looked at as a classic of the genre” (Films.com). MovieScore Media’s release of the score album co-incides with the US theatrical release of the film (courtesy of Millennium Films) on October 10.

Brain Damage Films: DEAD GIRLS Will Get Their Revenge Soon

Brain Damage Films is set to release Dead Girls on VOD October 2nd, followed by DVD on November 4th.  Dead Girls is a chilling three-part horror anthology featuring stories in the flavor of female revenge.  DVD availability is set to include many retailers and websites including Amazon, as well as rental chains including Family Video.  VOD availability will include all major and minor cable/satellite operators and internet platforms.