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.
America's favorite serial killer, Dexter, is back with a vengeance in the exciting Season 7, making it one of the most successful TV show in recent history. The soundtrack to the Season 7 of Dexter features a great selection of Latin tracks by the likes of The Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Patato, Latin Soul Syndicate, Kluba and Joao Gilberto, and of course the best score cues by series composer, Dan Licht and the Dexter Main Title Theme by Rolfe Kent.
One of Wes Montgomery's finest recordings, a Riverside date that showcases the influential guitarist in a quintet with pianist Hank Jones, bassist Ron Carter, drummer Lex Humphries, and the congas of Ray Barretto…
Wes Montgomery appeared as leader or co-leader on a dozen Riverside albums, in a wide variety of formats ranging from organ trios to one with full string orchestra. Some of the most rewarding simply placed him in a studio with a superior rhythm section and let him deal with the mixture of ballads, blues, and swingers. So Much Guitar!, his fourth album for the label, is a notable example of this straightforward approach. Recorded in 1961, it features the flawless support of Ron Carter (in one of his very first sessions) and Hank Jones, and includes Montgomery's only entirely unaccompanied recording While We re Young. An added bonus in this Original Jazz Classics Remasters edition are eight selections recorded that same year during a Montgomery Brothers tour.
The soundtrack for season four of Dexter (America’s most endearing serial killer) skillfully blends classic pop and rock (David Bowie, Frankie Avalon), sizzling salsa jams (Bobby Matos, Luis Alberto) that reflect the cable series' Miami locale, and composer Daniel Licht's wickedly addictive score into a highly listenable set of tunes that have no reason being on the same collection together, but work nonetheless.
Milan is releasing the original score written and composed by acclaimed composer Daniel Licht for Season 2 and 3 of Dexter, the Showtime Series.
Dexter is a Showtime original television series starring Michael C. Hall as serial killer Dexter Morgan, who works as a forensics analyst specializing in bloodstain pattern analysis for the Miami-Dade Police Department. The series is based on the novel, Darkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay. The film won TV Program of the Year at AFI in 2006 as well as four IGN awards and a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actor. Featuring the theme song by Rolfe Kent, distinct, original score by Daniel Licht and a diverse collection of songs from the first season of this hit television program. The soundtrack translates the show s Cuban and Latin feel, taking place in Miami. The show s most poignant songs were selected to complete this irreplaceable soundtrack.
5 CD set containing a quintet of albums from the groundbreaking British Art Rock band: Siren, Viva, Manifesto, Flesh + Blood and Heart Still Beating.