Label: Harkit Records - HRKCD 8327 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Soundtrack, Abstract
Jerry Goldsmiths's soundtrack for 'Sebastian' () directed by David Greene. This CD features all of Tristram Cary’s electronic studio work for Sebastian (track 12 to 23) that has never previously been released. They were the component elements for track 9, 'Sputnik Code'.Offer Count: 7.
Sebastian (album) As a spy/espionage film in , Sebastian was modelled after James Bond clones like The Ipcress File, but with a score more reminiscent of Goldsmith's Our Man Flint, and Elmer Bernstein's The 's a score with a light rock 'n roll framework but orchestrated more like a small jazz band or combo including electric guitars, string bass, drums, horns, and even a sax.
Sebastian's 11 tracks consists of 9 Goldsmith originals (counting his arrangement of Bach and the music for both versions of vocal track Here Comes The Night), 1 vocal track 'You Gotta Let Me Go' (wrongly ascribed to Goldsmith) and a short electronic cue by Tristram Cary.
· Hollywood in January While the Dot album was a brief 25 minutes in length, album producer Tom Mack managed to encapsulate all of Goldsmith’s thematic material. For this CD, a brand new two-track stereo mix was made, and the original album now appears complete—presented in crisp, beautiful audio (tracks 1–10).
Goldsmith s playful and ever-inventive music is supplemented on this terrific CD with the electronic world of Tristram Cary who composed the pivotal Sputnik Code that was central to the whole film. Additional bonus material also features British songstress Anita Harris featuring her original version for the film that was not used/5(6).
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