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Evgueni Galperine - The Wizard of Lies (Music from the HBO Film) (2017)

Evgueni Galperine - The Wizard of Lies (Music from the HBO Film) (2017)
Soundtrack | 38:26 mins | MP3, 320 kbps | 100 MB
Label: Lakeshore Records

Lakeshore Records will release The Wizard Of Lies (Music From The HBO Film), digitally on May 19, 2017. The album features the original score by composers Evgueni Galperine and Sacha Galperine, whose credits include contributing music to blockbusters like M. Night Shyamalan’s Split, and Garry Ross’ The Hunger Games. Their international credits include Luc Besson’s The Family, Asghar Farhadi’s The Past, Eric Lartigau’s La Famille Bélier, Alix Delaporte’s Le Dernier Coup De Marteau (official selection at the Venice IFF), Nicolas Provost ‘s The Invader (Best Music award at Ghent Film Festival), Yilmas Arslan’s Brudermord, and Jiang Wenli’s Lan.

VA - Bessie [Music from the HBO Film] (2015)  Music

Posted by LoveHive at Aug. 14, 2015
VA - Bessie [Music from the HBO Film] (2015)

VA - Bessie [Music from the HBO Film] (2015)
Soundtrack | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:50:57 | 117 MB
Label: Legacy Recordings

An HBO Films presentation, Bessie stars Oscar® nominee Queen Latifah ("Chicago") in the title role and focuses on legendary blues singer Bessie Smith's transformation from a struggling young vocalist into "The Empress of the Blues," one of the most successful recording artists of the 1920s and an enduring icon today. Throughout the years, Bessie Smith has served as an inspiration for such illustrious singers as Billie Holiday, Aretha Franklin, Janis Joplin and Nina Simone, among others.
Daniel Licht & VA - Dexter Season 5: Music from the Showtime Original Series (2011)

Daniel Licht & VA - Dexter Season 5: Music from the Showtime Original Series (2011)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 405 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 189 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Soundtrack, Score, Salsa | Label: Milan Records | # M2-36548 | Time: 01:09:52

After a season of committing high-risk, high-absurdity murders that contributed to a heart-wrenching conclusion, season five of Dexter finds the lawful evil antihero trying to pick up the pieces of his broken life while continuing to struggle with his inner demons. The soundtrack offers plenty of stylish, sun-soaked Latin and salsa music, from classic artists like Beny More to contemporary acts like the electro and hip hop-tinged Bomba Estereo. Selections from Daniel Licht’s atmospheric score round out the collection, capturing all of the drama and eeriness viewers have come to expect from the cable series.
Christopher (Krzysztof) Komeda - Rosemary's Baby: Music From the Motion Picture (1968) Expanded Limited Edition 2012

Christopher (Krzysztof) Komeda - Rosemary's Baby: Music From the Motion Picture (1968/2012)
XLD | FLAC (Tracks) + cue.+log ~ 341 Mb | Mp3, CBR320 kbps ~ 163 Mb | Scans ~ 93 Mb
Soundtrack, Score | Label: La-La Land Records | # LLLCD 1210 | Time: 01:11:21

La-La Land Records, Universal Music and Paramount Pictures presents Komeda's (KNIFE IN THE WATER, THE FEARLESS VAMPIRE KILLERS) original score to the 1968 Paramount Pictures classic chiller ROSEMARY'S BABY, starring Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes and Ralph Bellamy and directed by Roman Polanski. Clocking in at over 70 minutes, this special release is the definitive presentation of Komeda's chilling score, featuring the remastered original soundtrack album, the original film score (mono), source music and bonus tracks. Executive Produced by Lukas Kendall, MV Gerhard and Matt Verboys, Associate Produced by Neil S. Bulk and mastered by Doug Schwartz, this release is limited to 3000 units. Exclusive, in-depth liner notes by Scott Bettencourt and John Takis thoughtfully examine Komeda's profound score-an important work by an underrated composer.
VA - City Of Angels: Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture (1998)

VA - City Of Angels: Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture (1998)
EAC | FLAC (Tracks) + cue.+log ~ 432 Mb | Mp3, CBR320 kbps ~ 193 Mb | Scans included
Soundtrack, Score, Rock, Blues, Pop | Label: Warner Sunset/Reprise | # 9362-46867-2 | 01:12:15

Call it a soundtrack producer's dream. One of the most vital and influential bands in modern-day music cuts a song entitled "If God Will Send His Angels" just months before you are hired to put together a soundtrack for a movie entitled City of Angels. The band is U2, and their song not only opens the City of Angels soundtrack, but it is also the anchor of a group of tracks that narrowly escapes the sappy trail that the movie blazed when it hit theaters. In all actuality, the soundtrack sounds much too dark, menacing, and legitimate to be attached to the film. Alanis Morissette assures the direction of the album when she follows U2's less-than-perky offering with "Uninvited," which is nothing if not vintage Alanis. From there on the quality drops off somewhat, but not until after Jimi Hendrix comes in with "Red House." It's still amazing to this day how the sounds of Hendrix on the guitar could be so many things all at the same time – soothing, moving, eerie, and untouchable.
Steve Jablonsky - Transformers: The Last Knight (Music From The Motion Picture) (2017)

Steve Jablonsky - Transformers: The Last Knight (Music From The Motion Picture)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks)+cue, log, m3u, artwork | 129:54 min | 924 MB
Label: La-La Land Records – LLLCD 1432 | Tracks: 34 | 2017

The latest soundtrack album from American composer Steve Jablonsky will be digitally released tomorrow by La-La Land Records, with a limited edition 2-CD set to follow on July 11th, 2017. The film is the latest installment in the 'Transformers' series, which Jablonsky has scored previous films for.

VA - Copying Beethoven: Music From The Motion Picture (2008)  Music

Posted by Efgrapha at Aug. 14, 2017
VA - Copying Beethoven: Music From The Motion Picture (2008)

VA - Copying Beethoven: Music From The Motion Picture (2008)
music by Ludwig van Beethoven and film music by Antoni Łazarkiewicz

EAC | FLAC (Tracks) + cue.+log ~ 284 Mb | Mp3, CBR320 kbps ~ 178 Mb | Scans ~ 104 Mb
Soundtrack, Score, Classical | Label: Decca | # 475 8176 | Time: 01:17:36

The film received a pasting from UK critics but as the soundtrack chooses from a vast archive of great performances, it’s possible to retrieve something from the experience. The opening track, the Grosse Fuge, is a bold choice given the wider audience for whom this soundtrack is aiming. It receives a magnificent performance from the Takács Quartet which is as finely attuned to the music’s jagged outcrops as its sheltered byways. The uninterrupted flow of the sweet and soulful second movement of the third Razumovsky is pure poetry in their hands. Ashkenazy gives a brilliant but never rushed performance of the finale to the early Sonata in C minor and his straightforward manner in the Arietta from Beethoven’s last sonata is illuminated by the very clear Decca recording. Haitink’s performance of the finale of the Ninth Symphony with the Royal Concertgebouw and a quartet of soloists led by Lucia Popp does not storm the heavens and I don’t ever recall being so aware of this movement’s proceeding by paragraphs. However, it would seem to have found a comfortable place in a well planned and wide-ranging celebration of Beethoven’s genius.
James Horner & VA - Apollo 13: Music From The Motion Picture (1995) [Re-Up]

James Horner & VA - Apollo 13: Music From The Motion Picture (1995)
EAC | WV (Image) + cue.+log ~ 381 Mb | Mp3, CBR320 kbps ~ 209 Mb | Scans included
Soundtrack, Score, Rock | Label: MCA Soundtracks | # MCD 11241 | 01:12:12

The soundtrack to director Ron Howard's 1995 blockbuster Apollo 13 effectively blends dialogue, actual audio clips from newscasts, classic songs, and portions of conductor James Horner's original score, creating a worthy aural companion. Included are songs from the period of the titular spacecraft's peril-fraught mission, such as the Young Rascals' "Groovin'," Jefferson Airplane's "Somebody to Love," the Who's "I Can See for Miles," and a classy version of the oft-covered "Blue Moon" by the Mavericks (produced by Nick Lowe). The orchestrated score manages to capture the drama of the events in a manner that ranges from quietly stirring to sweepingly epic, with Eurythmic Annie Lennox adding her distinctive, ethereal vocal accompaniment to several of the cuts.
Joe Hisaishi - Kikujiro: Music From The Motion Picture (2000) [Re-Up]

Joe Hisaishi - Kikujiro: Music From The Motion Picture (2000)
EAC | FLAC (Tracks) + cue.+log ~ 205 Mb | Mp3, CBR320 kbps ~ 118 Mb | Scans included
Soundtrack, Score | Label: Milan Records | # 73138 35911-2 | Time: 00:40:01

Kikujiro (Kikujirō no Natsu (菊次郎の夏, literally "Kikujirō's Summer")) is a 1999 Japanese film starring, written, and directed by Takeshi Kitano. Its score was composed by Joe Hisaishi. The film was entered into the 1999 Cannes Film Festival. Kikujiro tells the story of a young boy searching for his mother during his summer vacation. The film is mostly divided into smaller chapters, listed as entries in the boy's summer vacation diary. Kitano's inspiration for the character (not the film) was his own father, Kikujiro Kitano, a gambler who struggled to feed his family and pay the rent.
Music From And Inspired By 'The Pianist' A Roman Polanski Film (2002) [Re-Up]

Music From And Inspired By 'The Pianist' A Roman Polanski Film (2002)
Janusz Olejniczak, piano; Wladyslaw Szpilman, piano; Hanna Wolczedska, clarinet
The Warsaw Philharmonic National Orchestra Of Poland; Tadeusz Strugala, conductor

EAC | APE (Image) + cue.+log ~ 207 Mb | Mp3, CBR320 kbps ~ 152 Mb | Scans included
Soundtrack, Score, Classical | Label: Sony Music | # SK 87739 | Time: 00:58:28

Director Roman Polanski's film The Pianist is based on the memoirs of Polish classical pianist Wladyslaw Szpilman about his harrowing experiences under the Nazi occupation of Warsaw during World War II. The soundtrack album consists almost entirely of Chopin piano pieces, most of them played by Janusz Olejniczak. Most of those, in turn, are solo performances, although Olejniczak is joined by the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Tadeusz Strugala, for Grand Polonaise for Piano and Orchestra. The sole non-Chopin track is the excerpt from Wojciech Kilar's score, "Moving to the Ghetto October 31, 1940," a klezmer-like piece running only 1:45 in which Hanna Wolczedska plays clarinet, accompanied by the Warsaw Philharmonic. Appropriately, the album ends with an actual recording by Szpilman of the Mazurka in A Minor, Op. 17, No. 4.