Wednesday, 11 November 2009

2012 (Harold Kloser & Thomas Wander)

Format: CD 2009


01. Time For Miracles (performed by Adam Lambert) (4:44)
02. Constellation (1:31)
03. Wisconsin (1:14)
04. U.S. Army (2:21)
05. Ready To Rumble (1:43)
06. Spirit Of Santa Monica (1:21)
07. It Ain't The End Of The World (performed by George Segal & Blu Mankuma) (2:52)
08. Great Kid (2:18)
09. Finding Charlie (1:46)
10. Run Daddy Run (1:15)
11. Stepping Into The Darkness (1:35)
12. Leaving Las Vegas (1:44)
13. Ashes In D.C. (4:19)
14. We Are Taking The Bentley (3:43)
15. Nampan Plateau (2:51)
16. Saving Caesar (2:10)
17. Adrian's Speech (1:41)
18. Open The Gates! (2:17)
19. The Impact (1:50)
20. Suicide Mission (2:06)
21. 2012 The End Of The World (1:24)
22. Collision With Mount Everest (1:09)
23. The End Is Only The Beginning (5:45)
24. Fades Like A Photograph (performed by Filter) (4:20)

OUTLAWS (Clint Mansell)

Original GAME Soundtrack.

Wednesday, 30 September 2009


Track Listing:

1. Mick And His Mate
2. Cyril
3. Walkabout Bounce
4. Goodnight Walter
5. In The Truck
6. Buffalo
7. In The Boat
8. Never Never Land
9. Death Roll
10. Sunset
11. Nice One Skippy
12. Walk In The Bush
13. Would You Mind
14. Mick Meets New York
15. G'day
16. Yessir
17. Mad Bad And Dangerous
18. Pimp
19. Stone The Crows
20. That's Not A Knife

DISTRICT 9 (Clinton Shorter)


01. District 9 (6:28)
02. I Want That Arm (2:13)
03. She Calls (1:35)
04. Exosuit (3:16)
05. Harvesting Material (1:46)
06. Heading Home (1:15)
07. A Lot of Secrets (2:28)
08. Back to D9 (1:46)
09. Wikus Is Still Running (2:57)
10. Get Him Talking (2:06)
11. Prawnkus (4:00)

Wednesday, 15 July 2009


Bruno Nicolai (Rome, May 20, 1926 - Rome, August 16, 1991) was an Italian film music composer, orchestra director, and musical editor most active in the 1960s through the 1980s. While studying piano and composition at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome, he befriended Ennio Morricone and formed a long working relationship, with Nicolai eventually conducting for and co-scoring films with Morricone. Nicolai also scored a number of giallo exploitation films and wrote a large number of score for director Jess Franco.

Notable films
• Giulietta e Romeo directed by Riccardo Freda (1964)
• I giorni della violenza, Alfonso Brescia (1964)
• The Christmas That Almost Wasn't, 'Natale che quasi non fu' (1966)
• The Mercenary, Sergio Corbucci (1968)
• Run, Man, Run, Sergio Sollima (1968)
• 99 Women, Jesús Franco (1968)
• Marquis de Sade: Justine, Jesús Franco (1968)
• Philosophy in the Boudoir, Jesús Franco (1969)
• The Red Tent, Mikhail Kalatozov (1969)
• Arizona si scatenò... e li fece fuori tutti, Sergio Martino (1970)
• Count Dracula, Jesús Franco (1970)
• Compañeros, Sergio Corbucci (conductor, 1970)
• Adiós, Sabata (1971)
• La coda dello scorpione, Sergio Martino (1971)
• Tutti i colori del buio, Sergio Martino (1972)
• La nuit des Étoiles Filantes, Jesús Franco (1972)
• Your Vice Is a Closed Room and Only I Have the Key, Sergio Martino (1972)
• My Name Is Shanghai Joe, Mario Caiano (1972)
• Ten Little Indians, Peter Collinson (1974)
• Caligula, Tinto Brass (1979)
• Cammina, cammina, Ermanno Olmi (1982)
• La vigna di uve nere, Sandro Bolchi (1984)


Format CD (1966)

Track list:

1.M33 0:45
2.M3 1:16
3.M35 1:39
4.M11 0:52
5.M38 2:37
6.M14 0:58
7.M12 1:57
8.M39 1:32
9.M30 2:03
10.M20 1:49
11.Titoli 25 1:18
12.M40 1:30
13.M26 1:14
14.M31 2:07
15.M43 2:05

Wednesday, 1 July 2009


Format CD (2009)

Track listing

1. Prime (02:14)

2. Einstein's Wrong (03:35)

3. NEST * (02:08)

4. The Shard (02:42)

5. The Fallen (04:03)

6. Infinite White (03:58)

7. Heed Our Warning (04:26)

8. The Fallen's Arrival (03:47)

9. Tomb Of The Primes (02:47)

10. Forest Battle (02:04)

11. Precious Cargo (01:38)

12. Matrix Of Leadership (03:50)

13. I Claim Your Sun (03:06)

14. I Rise, You Fall (03:35)
* = contains instrumental excerpt from "New Divide" written and performed by Linkin Park

Saturday, 6 June 2009



Format:CD (1980)

Track listing

1. The Long Riders (03:13)

2. I'm A Good Old Rebel (02:18)

3. Seneca Square Dance (01:58)

4. Archie's Funeral (Hold To God's Unchanging Hand) (02:40)

5. I Always Knew That You Were The One (03:04)

6. Rally 'Round The Flag (04:20)

7. Wildwood Boys (04:10)

8. Better Things To Think About (01:24)

9. Harry Carey, Jr. - My Grandfather (02:23)

10. Cole Younger Polka (02:22)

11. Escape From Northfield (01:14)

12. Leaving Missouri (00:57)

13. Jesse James (05:04)

Thursday, 14 May 2009

ANGELS & DEMONS (Hans Zimmer)

Format CD (2009)

Track listing.

1.I60 BMP (06:42)
2.God Particle (05:20)
3.Air (09:08)
4.Fire (06:51)
5.Black Smoke (05:45)
6.Science And Religion (12:27)
7.Immolation (03:38)
8.Election By Adoration (02:12)
9.503 (02:14)

Monday, 30 March 2009


Woodwinds murmur and percussion rattles portentously as the sun inches over the horizon. As the sun rises the clanging music ascends as well, then crescendos in burly romantic strains, mimicking the luscious contours of the Arabian desert. Lawrence has come to Arabia; the music announces the beginning of a lifelong communion between a man and the endless sand. In the frosty wastes of Stalin's Russia, a thousand balalaikas chorus in a dreamy waltz. "Lara's Theme" promises that "Somewhere, my love, there will be songs to sing." Not here, not yet, but for Yuri Zhivago and his elusive darling, the music holds both the ache of separation and the hope of ecstatic reunion. (See the 100 best movies of all time.)

Scalding sun; fields of snow. Maurice Jarre created memorable anthems for these two extremes in his first films for David Lean: the 1962 Lawrence of Arabia and the 1965 Doctor Zhivago. The French composer, who died Sunday in Los Angeles at 84, after a losing bout with cancer, wrote the scores for more than 150 features, but he'll always be associated with Lean, as much as Bernard Herrmann is with Alfred Hitchcock or John Williams with Steven Spielberg. The director devises the images; the composer gives them emotional heft. Both the pictures and their accompanying sounds lodge indelibly in moviegoers' memories. (See pictures of the Venice Film Festival.)

Born in Lyon in 1924, Jarre was no child prodigy; he was in his late teens before he decided to study music. In Paris after the war he hooked up with two exceptional impresarios of French theater: Jean-Louis Barrault and Jean Vilar. For Vilar he wrote incidental music for modern readings of classical plays. In 1951, Georges Franju, a director of spare, uncompromising documentaries, hired Jarre to score his film essay on wounded veterans, the 1951 Hôtel des Invalides. In the next dozen years they would collaborate on two more shorts and five sepulchral features, including Head Against the Walls and Eyes Without a Face. Franju's images were so haunting they needed no assertive music to drive their points home; Jarre's scores were subtle and looming, the shiver in the shadows. By the time of their last film together, Judex in 1963, Jarre had won his first Oscar, for Lawrence.

Jarre had been commuting between French films and Hollywood-financed ones for a few years before Lawrence. He graduated from short films (for Alain Resnais and Jacques Demy as well as Franju) to international employment with the 1960 doppleganger mystery The Crack in the Mirror; perhaps writer-producer Darryl F. Zanuck had been impressed by Jarre's scores for the early Franju features. Zanuck used him for two other Fox films, The Big Gamble and his D-Day superproduction The Longest Day. But it was not this work that led Jarre to Lawrence; it was his music for Serge Bourguignon's Sundays and Cybele, the tender story of a emotionally shattered veteran and a 12-year-old girl, for which the composer created some of his swooniest, most ear-grabbing strains. (See pictures of the movies' best-loved costumes.)

Producer Sam Spiegel saw, and heard, the movie, and thought Jarre could be helpful in finding an aural complement to Lean's sand-swept tribute to T.E. Lawrence. As Stephen M. Silverman tells it in his excellent Lean biography, Spiegel had originally wanted Lawrence to have three composers: Jarre would do the dramatic music, while Aram Khachaturian scored the Arab scenes and Benjamin Britten the English. When those two estimable gents proved unavailable, Spiegel corralled Richard Rodgers into writing an Arabian motif and a "love theme" — for an all-male movie. Sanity eventually prevailed: the not-so-well-known Frenchman composed the whole score for Lawrence, and for the three Lean films that followed.

However Arabic or Russian the orchestrations, Jarre's music fit the plangent mood of French postwar pop: the mordant, worldly-wise chansons of Gilbert Bécaud, Marguerite Monnot, Jacques Brel, Charles Aznavour. The simple melodies follow a clear ascending or descending line, and sound either inevitable or predictable, depending on the extent of the listener's fondness for the form. Jarre didn't write pop songs, exactly; "Lara's Theme" was his one Top 40 hit. But the sound was marketable in movies, and after Lawrence, Jarre's tinny, tinkly, discordant music was in high demand by directors searching for a creepy undertone. (See the 100 best albums of all time.)

He lent it to William Wyler's The Collector, Volker Schlöndorff's The Tin Drum, George Miller's Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, Paul Mazursky's Enemies; A Love Story and Jerry Zucker's Ghost. He could churn out military music in a minor key, like a sarcastic Sousa; that's what you hear under the espionage chicanery in Alfred Hitchcock's Topaz, ornamenting the anti-Nazi smuggling in John Frankenheimer's The Train and underlining the grand folly of two British soldiers' Afghanistan caper in John Huston's The Man Who Would Be King. At times Jarre mocked his own mocking tone, as when he connived with Zucker in the spy parody Top Secret!

For a while it was hard to find a movie for which Jarre didn't contribute the score. He put his name to more than 50 films in the '60s, another 36 in the '70s, 46 in the '80s. He told one sympathetic critic, Jon Burlingame of Variety, that he took on so many assignments because he had a bunch of ex-wives (three) and owed them all alimony. The first of these marriages begat a son, Jean-Michel, who made his own name as a composer of electronic music and producer of gargantuan sound-and-light shows, one of which drew 3.5 million people to celebrate the 850th anniversary of the city of Moscow in 1997. (See pictures of Russia celebrating Victory Day.)

Papa Maurice enjoyed a 40-year career, including three Oscars (for Lawrence, Zhivago and Lean's last film, A Passage to India), because he knew that film music is not the star of a movie; it is the secret supporting player that brings out the tension, the yearning, the drama. And because, back in 1962, when he was a little-known composer auditioning for a famous director and his imperious producer, David Lean said to Spiegel, "Sam, this chap here should do the work." Movie lovers and music lovers should be happy that Jarre got the job.

Thursday, 19 March 2009


Format CD (1980)

Track listing

1. On the Radio (07:34)
Performed by Donna Summer
2. Fly Too High (05:00)
Performed by Janis Ian
3. Shake It (05:40)
Performed by Brooklyn Dreams
4. Bad Love (05:25)
Performed by Cher
5. Valley of the Dolls (instrumental) (10:25)
Giorgio Moroder
6. 20th Century Foxes (05:24)
Performed by Angel
7. Greedy Man (04:47)
Performed by Keith Forsey
8. Virginia (03:57)
Performed by Angel
9. On the Radio (instrumental) (04:27)
Giorgio Moroder
10. Hollywood Dreams (instrumental) (04:38)
Giorgio Moroder
11. Fly Too High (instrumental) (04:15)
Giorgio Moroder
12. Valley of the Dolls - slow version (instrumental) (04:45)
Giorgio Moroder

Saturday, 14 March 2009


Format CD (1972)

01 Judge Roy Beans Theme
02 The Marshalls
03 Marias Fashion Show
04 The Matchmaker
05 The Bear
06 Marmalade molasses And Honey Vocal
07 On The Way To The Opera
08 Ragtime-Bad Bob-Justice-Miss Lillie Langtry

Friday, 13 February 2009


Electa 978 Format Book + CD Year 2007

Deluxe 336 pages Book with 400 colour and b/w illustrations. Hardback - cm. 30 x 30. All text in ENGLISH and ITALIAN. This book investigates Morricone's imposing production, including his less known works, from his debut during the sixties up to now. Each section is introduced by an explanatory text written by the composer or by the film director, complete with many images taken from masterpieces by Sergio Leone, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Brian De Palma, Roman Polanski and many others. A second section is dedicated to the soundtracks Morricone composed for television, for series as Moses, Marco Polo, up to the recent Giovanni Falcone, Contains 3 essays on the music by Morricone. Includes an appendix and a CD of pieces conducted by Morricone, SPECIALLY RELEASED FOR THIS BOOK.

Track listing:
01 C'era una volta il West (03:13)
02 C'era una volta in America (Tema di Deborah) (04:16)
03 Metti una sera a cena (Secondo tema) (03:46)
04 Il maestro e margherita (05:01)
05 Il prato (03:37)
06 Lolita (04:32)
07 Rampage (04:42)
08 Per le antiche scale (02:29)
09 Nuovo cinema Paradiso (03:11)
10 Indagine su un cittadino al di sopra di ogni sospetto (02:58)
11 Le due stagioni della vita (02:38)
12 Il potere degli angeli (03:04)
13 Love affair (02:26)
14 Studio n.3 per pianoforte (04:04)
15 Rag in frantumi (04:39)
16 Cadenza per flauto e nastro magnetico (11:57)
17 Scherzo (04:17)

Wednesday, 11 February 2009


Format CD (2008)

1. Bruce Springsteen - Viva Las Vegas
2. Daughtry - Suspicious Minds
3. Chris Isaak/Brandi Carlile - Love Me Tender
4. Toby Keith/Joe Perry - Mystery Train
5. Faith Hill - (There'll Be) Peace in The Valley (For Me)
6. The Little Willies - Love Me
7. Miranda Lambert - Jailhouse Rock
8. Elvis Presley - Mystery Train
9. Elvis Presley - Love Me Tender
10.Elvis Presley - Love Me
11.Elvis Presley - (There'll Be) Peace in The Valley (For Me)
12.Elvis Presley - Jailhouse Rock
13.Elvis Presley - Viva Las Vegas
14.Elvis Presley - Suspicious Minds
15.Patti Scialfa - Looking for Elvis

ELVIS PRESLEY - Filmography

Filmography of Characters played by Elvis Presley

Clint Reno, Love Me Tender (1956)
Deke Rivers, Loving You (1957)
Vince Everett, Jailhouse Rock (1957)
Danny Fisher, King Creole (1958)
Tulsa McLean, G.I. Blues (1960)
Pacer Burton (pictured), Flaming Star (1960)
Glenn Tyler, Wild in the Country (1961)
Chad Gates, Blue Hawaii (1961)
Toby Kwimper, Follow That Dream (1962)
Walter Gulick, Kid Galahad (1962)
Ross Carpenter, Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962)
Mike Edwards, It Happened at the World's Fair (1963)
Mike Windgren, Fun in Acapulco (1963)
Josh Morgan/Jodie Tatum, Kissin' Cousins (1964)
Lucky Jackson, Viva Las Vegas (1964)
Charlie Rogers, Roustabout (1964)
Rusty Wells, Girl Happy (1965)
Lonnie Beale, Tickle Me (1965)
Johnny Tyrone, Harem Holiday (US: Harum Scarum) (1965)
Johnny, Frankie and Johnny (1966)
Rick Richards, Paradise Hawaiian Style (1966)
Mike McCoy, California Holiday (US: Spinout) (1966)
Guy Lambert, Double Trouble (1967)
Ted Jackson, Easy Come, Easy Go (1967)
Scott Heyward, Clambake (1967)
Joe Lightcloud, Stay Away Joe (1968)
Steve Grayson, Speedway (1968)
Greg Nolan, Live a Little, Love a Little (1968)
Jess Wade, Charro! (1969)
Walter Hale, Trouble with Girls (1969)
John Carpenter, Change of Habit (1969)

Tuesday, 10 February 2009

STEVEN SPIELBERG...some classic posters









All music by JOHN WILLIAMS

CLINT EASTWOOD...some classic posters

EVERY WHICH WAY BUT LOOSE music by Steve Dorff.

MAGNUM FORCE music by Lalo Schifrin.


WHERE EAGLES DARE music by Ron Goodwin.

HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER music by Dee Barton.

CHARLES BRONSON ...some classic posters

BREAKHEART PASS music by Jerry Goldsmith.

DEATH WISH music by Herbie Hancock.
CHATO'S LAND music by Jerry Fieding.

HARD TIMES (The Streetfighter) music by Barry De Vorzon.

DEATH HUNT music by Jerrold Immel.


Format CD (1976)

Track listing.
1. The Initial Outrage (01:54)
2. Main Title (03:43)
3. Gatling Gun (00:36)
4. Field Of The Dead (00:52)
5. Field Of The Dead (00:51)
6. Missouri Boat Ride (01:18)
7. Same As Worms (00:52)
8. The Kid Dies (02:31)
9. Lone Rider At The Store (00:22)
10. Store Shoot Up (01:05)
11. Store Shoot Up (00:30)
12. Into Town (02:15)
13. Big Town Shoot Up / Escape From Town (02:36)
14. Across The Sand (02:06)
15. Indian Love Call / On The Commanche Trail (01:41)
16. The Rape (02:18)
17. They Catch The Chief (01:07)
18. Hell Is Comin' To Breakfast (Part 1) (01:34)
19. Hell Is Comin' To Breafast (Part II) (01:20)
20. Grandma Travels (01:04)
21. Grandma Travels (01:05)
22. Ghost Town (00:45)
23. First Appearance Of Bounty Hunter (01:34)
24. Return And Final Exit Of Bounty Hunter (01:00)
25. Sherman Way (00:56)
26. Dream Ranch (00:55)
27. The Girl In The White Dress (00:56)
28. Wounded Chief (00:43)
29. Ten Bears (04:51)
30. It Shall Be Life (00:34)
31. They Teach Other Things (01:02)
32. They Teach Other Things (02:09)
33. The Tender Leave-Taking (00:47)
34. The Tender Leave-Taking (00:44)
35. You're All Alone Now (01:13)
36. Josey Shot (00:29)
37. The Final Revenge (03:56)
38. The War's Over (03:35)

Sunday, 8 February 2009


Format CD Box Set (2007)

Disc 1

1. The James Bond Theme Disc 1 - Spies And Other Secret Agents
2. From Russia With Love
3. 007
4. Goldfinger
5. A Man Alone
6. Thunderball
7. Mr Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
8. Vendetta
9. Danny Scipio Theme
10.Wednesday's Child
11.Sleep Well My Darling
12.You Only Live Twice
13.Space March
14.On Her Majesty's Secret Service
15.We Have All The Time In The World
16.The More Things Change
17.Diamonds are Forever
18.The Persuaders Theme
19.Follow Follow
20.The Adventurer
21.The Man With The Golden Gun
22.Where Are You? (Moonraker)
23.All Time High
24.A View To A Kill
25.The Living Daylights
26.The Specialist

Disc 2

1. What Do You Want Disc
2. Hit & Miss
3. Beat For Beatniks
4. Walk Don't Run
5. Black Stockings
6. The Menace
7. Cutty Sark
8. The Human Jungle
9. Fancy Dance
11.The Syndicate
12.What A Question
13.How Much Of The Dream Comes True
14.Barbra's Theme
15.The Girl With The Sun In Her Hair
17.Orson Welles' Great Mysteries
18.I Missed The Last Rainbow
19.Some Of Us Belong To The Stars
20.The Glass Menagerie
22.The Beyondness Of Things
23.Kissably Close
24.A Childhood Memory
25.Slow Day

Disc 3

1. Beat Girl
2. Never Let Go
3. Zulu
4. Seance On A Wet Afternoon
5. Four In The Morning
6. The Knack
7. King Rat March
8. The Wrong Box
9. The Chase
10.Born Free
11.The Whisperers
13.My Love Has Two Faces
14.The Lion In Winter
16.The Appointment
17.Midnight Cowboy
18.Fun City
20.Who Will Buy My Yesterdays?
21.Florida Fantasy
23.The Good Times Are Coming
24.The Last Valley
25.Mary Queen Of Scots
26.Curiouser And Curiouser
27.Sail The Summer Winds
28.Play It Again

Disc 4

1. Are You In There? Disc 4 - The Later Film Scores
2. The Deep (Down Deep Inside)
3. Somewhere In Time
4. Raise The Titanic
5. Body Heat
6. Frances
7. Until September
8. The Cotton Club
9. I Had A Farm In Africa
10.Jagged Edge
11.Peggy Sue's Homecoming
12.The John Dunbar Theme
13.Journey To The Buffalo Killing Ground
15.My Life (Love Theme)
16.Coney Island
17.Cry The Beloved Country (Main Theme)
18.The Scarlet Letter
19.Simon's Theme (Mercury Rising)
20.Remembering Chet
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Saturday, 7 February 2009


Format CD (1979, 1985, 1992, 1997)


Track listing.

1. Main Title (03:30)
2. The Face Hugger (02:32)
3. Breakaway (03:00)
4. Acid Test (04:35)
5. The Landing (04:29)Last track of side 1 of LP
6. The Droid (04:40)
7. The Recovery (02:44)
8. The Alien Planet (02:28)
9. The Shaft (03:57)
10.End title (03:02)


Track listing.

1. Main Title (05:13)
2. Bad Dreams (01:22)
3. Dark Discovery / Newt's Horror (02:07)
4. LV-426 (02:03)
5. Combat Drop (03:29)
6. The Complex (01:34)
7. Atmosphere Station (03:11)
8. Med. Lab. (02:04)
9. Newt (01:14)
10.Sub-Level 3 (06:36)
11.Ripley's Rescue (03:19)
12.FaceHuggers (04:24)
13.Futile Escape (08:29)
14.Newt Is Taken (02:04)
15.Going After Newt (03:18)
16.The Queen (01:45)
17.Bishop's Countdown (02:50)
18.Queen To Bishop (02:31)
19.Resolution And Hyperscape (06:27)
20.Bad Dreams (Alternate) (01:23)
21.Ripley's Rescue (Percussion Only) (03:20)
22.LV-426 (Alternate Edit - Film Version) (01:13)
23.Combat Drop (Percussion Only) (03:24)
24.Hyperspace (Alternate Ending) (02:08)


Track listing.

1. Agnus Dei (04:29)
2. Bait And Chase (04:42)
3. The Beast Within (03:09)
4. Lento (05:48)
5. Candles In The Wind (03:20)
6. Wreckage And Rape (02:43)
7. The First Attack (04:19)
8. Lullaby Elegy (03:41)
9. Death Dance (02:18)
10.Visit To The Wreckage (02:04)
11.Explosion And Aftermath (02:20)
12.The Dragon (03:08)
13.The Entrapment (03:42)
14.Adagio (04:14)


Track listing.

1. Main Title (02:06)
2. Post-Op (01:20)
3. Docking The Betty (01:16)
4. Priva Son D'Ogni Conforto (05:27)From Handel's "Julius Caesar". Sung by Maureen Forrester.
5. Face Huggers (02:10)
6. Call Finds Ripley (03:02)
7. The Aliens Escape (04:12)
8. Ripley Meets Her Clones (02:19)
9. What's Inside Purvis? (02:28)
10.They Swim... (06:28)
11.The Chapel (02:35)
12.The Abduction (03:33)
13.The Battle With The Newborn (06:03)
14.Ripley's Theme (02:14)


Format CD (1991)

Track listing.

1. Overture And A Prisoner Of The Crusades (From Chains To Freedom) (08:28)
2. Sir John Of Gisbourne And The Escape To Sherwood (07:28)
3. Little John And The Band In The Forest (04:52)
4. The Sheriff And His Witch (06:04)
5. Maid Marian (02:58)
6. Training - Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves (05:15)
7. Marian At The Waterfall (05:35)
8. The Abduction And The Final Battle (09:54)
9. (Everything I Do) I Do It For You (06:38)performed by Bryan Adams
10.Wild Times (03:13) performed by Jeff Lynne

Friday, 6 February 2009


Format CD (1986)

Track listing.

1. On Earth As It Is In Heaven (03:48)
2. Falls (01:53)
3. Gabriel's Oboe (02:12)
4. Ave Maria Guarani (02:48)
5. Brothers (01:30)
6. Carlotta (01:19)
7. Vita Nostra (01:52)
8. Climb (01:35)
9. Remorse (02:46)
10.Penance (04:00)
11.The Mission (02:47)
12.River (01:57)
13.Gabriel's Oboe (02:38)
14.Te Deum Guarani (00:46)
15.Refusal (03:28)
16.Asuncion (01:25)
17.Alone (04:18)
18.Guarani (03:54)
19.The Sword (01:58)
20.Miserere (00:59)