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The Man Who Fell To Earth: Original Soundtrack Deluxe Boxset

 
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The Man Who Fell To Earth: Original Soundtrack Deluxe Boxset
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To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Nicolas Roeg’s enigmatic, David Bowie film, comes the release of the original soundtrack. Previously unavailable in any form until now, the soundtrack contains seminal pieces by Stomu Yamash’ta and John Phillips, who composed specifically for the film. The film’s score has always been highly celebrated and long sought after by fans but until now unavailable as a body of work: it can now finally be acknowledged in its own right.

Little is known, and much has been asked, as to why the soundtrack was never originally released. Due to lost tapes recently being uncovered it is now possible to present the original recordings, remastered on 2CD, 2LP gatefold 180GM vinyl and in this sumptuous dual format Deluxe Box featuring the CDs, the LPs, poster and a 48-page hardback book with rare photos, and a new essay about from respected music critic and biographer Paolo Hewitt.

Tracklist:
LP/CD 1

01. Stomu Yamashta - Poker Dice
02. Louis Armstrong - Blueberry Hill
03. John Phillips - Jazz II
04. Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Venus: The Bringer Of Peace
05. John Phillips - Boys From The South
06. Stomu Yamashta - 33 1/3
07. John Phillips - Rhumba Boogie
08. The Kingston Trio - Try To Remember
09. Stomu Yamashta – Mandala
10. John Phillips – America
11. Stomu Yamashta - Wind Words
12. John Phillips – Jazz

LP/CD 2

01. Stomu Yamashta - One Way
02. John Phillips - Space Capsule
03. John Phillips - Bluegrass Breakdown
04. John Phillips - Desert Shack
05. Stomu Yamashta - Memory Of Hiroshima
06. John Phillips – Window
07. John Phillips – Alberto
08. Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra - Mars: The Bringer Of War (Excerpt)
09. John Phillips - Liar, Liar
10. John Phillips - Hello Mary Lou
11. Robert Farnon - Silent Night
12. Genevieve Waite - Love Is Coming Back
13. John Phillips - The Man Who Fell To Earth (Demo)

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16 AUGUST 2016

TMWFTE soundtrack issued after 40 years

“I found my thrill”

To celebrate STUDIOCANAL’s 40th Anniversary 4K release, UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) will be releasing for the very first time in any format, the original movie soundtrack containing music by John Phillips of The Mamas & The Papas fame (who composed specifically for the film), and Stomu Yamash’ta.
Back in 1976 when the Pan paperback of the Walter Tevis novel The Man Who Fell To Earth was published, the back cover stated: Album available on RCA.
The reason that record never came to be is a whole other story, and one that is covered in the beautiful 48-page hardback book that accompanies this upcoming deluxe double disc release. A double CD is due on September 9th with the deluxe 2CD/2LP box set due November 18th.
Fans have attempted to compile their own version of the soundtrack over the years (Hi Bert and Ole), but have never managed to source everything.
However, due to the recent discovery of lost master tapes it is now possible to present the original recordings on CD and aforementioned dual format CD/Vinyl Deluxe Box. The box features a reproduction of the original UK poster and a 48-page hardback book with rare photos and a new essay about the film from Paolo Hewitt. The book also contains enlightening notes from the movie’s editor Graeme Clifford who reveals that he used Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of The Moon as a temporary soundtrack whilst working on the film.
This UMC version makes available for the first time ever, all of the Stomu Yamash’ta and John Phillips compositions used in The Man Who Fell To Earth, along with many other of John Phillips’ pieces that didn't make the final cut of the film.

Here’s the full tracklisting:

    The Man Who Fell To Earth (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

    CD 1
    01 - Poker Dice by Stomu Yamash'ta
    02 - Blueberry Hill (Single Version) by Gordon Jenkins Orchestra And Choir and Louis Armstrong
    03 - Jazz II by John Phillips
    04 - The Planets, Op. 32 Venus, The Bringer Of Peace by Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and George Hurst
    05 - Boys From The South by John Phillips
    06 - 33 1/3 by Stomu Yamash'ta
    07 - Rhumba Boogie by John Phillips
    08 - Try To Remember by The The Kingston Trio
    09 - Mandala by Stomu Yamash'ta
    10 - America by John Phillips
    11 - Wind Words by Stomu Yamash'ta
    12 - Jazz by John Phillips

    CD 2
    01 - One Way by Stomu Yamash'ta
    02 - Space Capsule by John Phillips
    03 - Bluegrass Breakdown by John Phillips
    04 - Desert Shack by John Phillips
    05 - Memory Of Hiroshima by Stomu Yamash'ta
    06 - Window by John Phillips
    07 - Alberto by John Phillips
    08 - The Planets, Op. 32 Mars,The Bringer Of War (Excerpt) by Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and George Hurst
    09 - Liar, Liar by John Phillips
    10 - Hello Mary Lou by John Phillips
    11 - Silent Night by Queen's Hall Light Orchestra & Robert Farnon
    12 - Love Is Coming Back by Genevieve Waite and John Phillips
    13 - The Man Who Fell To Earth (Demo) by John Phillips

    The vinyl version contains the Stomu Yamash'ta and John Phillips tracks only.

Among the tracks in the film that didn’t make this soundtrack release are:

    Enfantillages Pittoresques - Composed by Eric Satie - Performed by Frank Glazer
    A Fool Such As I & Make The World Go Away - Both performed by Jim Reeves
    Blue Bayou - Performed by Roy Orbison
    True Love - Performed by Bing Crosby & Grace Kelly
    Stardust - Performed by Artie Shaw
    Solo Whale - Recorded by Frank Watlington

We’re sure somebody out there will be able to point to more that we haven't mentioned?

#TMWFTEsoundtrack #TheManWhoFellToEarth #TMWFTE #TJNewton

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