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Rollerball Soundtrack

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Toccata In D Minor - Organ solo: Simon Preston - Bach
  2. Symphony No. 8 (excerpt First Movement) - Shostakovich
  3. Glass Sculpture - Previn
  4. Executive Party - Previn
  5. Symphony No. 5 (excerpt Third Movement) - Shostakovich
  6. Adagio - Albinoni
  7. Violin solo: John Brown
  8. Sleeping Beauty Waltz - Tchaikovsky
  9. Executive Party Dance - Previn
  10. Symphony No. 5 (excerpt Fourth Movement) - Shostakovich

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Preston's Tocata IS the Tocata! 27 Jun. 2002
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I've loved Rollerball since I was 10 years old. It's one of my favorite movies of all time and a 70's Sci-Fi classic - truly underrated! I have the DVD and I watch it regularly and it grips me everytime. The Jewison commentary is awesome!
I managed to get a vinyl copy of the album a couple years ago. It was badly scratched, but I did not care.
Why I like the album is one simple reason - Preston's rendition of Tocatta & Fugue in D Minor. In my opinion, it IS the Tocata. No other version by any other artist compares. It was worth the whole album just for that.
It also teaches me that there is good in every situation. Although the re-make of the movie was not received well, without the re-make, I don't know if this CD would ever have been re-released.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Something wich is Lost for Ever.... 18 May 2002
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I was trying many years to find it!! The Rollerball soundtrack is the best I've ever heard or better the best music I ever heard.
Andre Previn found the way to express by music the feeling of something very precious which is no longer Lost for Ever
and only our memories and the music speaks about it.....
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Jonathan! Jonathan! Jonathan! 10 Dec. 2010
By FisherApple - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Great classic movie (starring John Houseman, James Caan) that tasks roller-balling to the limit! I saw this with the parents growing up and many times on television in the 1980's, as it was a preferred Saturday afternoon matinee in the city in which I had my residence. Anyhoo, The soundtrack (Andre Previn) is a classic composite of great baroque music (eerily popular in the 70's), and weird space-aged party ditties to commemorate pre-neon concepts of futuristic corporate, world takeovers and sleazy soirees that followed. I bought this jewel in the classic vinyl format, because I am not only one of those snobby audiophiles, I also pay homage to the movie's vintage roots. So, if you are a baller like me, you will love the movie and treasure the soundtrack.
Powerful classical music 22 Sept. 2009
By David Masters - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Even if you've never seen the movie, this is an excellent album to get if you like classical music. It includes Bach's "Toccata in D Minor" (listed on the album as "Toccata and Fugue"), which is the powerful opening theme of the movie, played grandly on a church organ. The album is worth it for that piece of music alone, but it has many other worthy entries, including music from Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky, Previn and Albinoni. Crank up your stereo system and let this album thunder out.

WARNING: there are two different "Rollerball" movies, each with their own soundtrack. There is the 1975 version (this one; the movie starred James Caan), and a 2002 version (from the remake starring Dean Cain). Twice now I have ordered this version, had the confirmation email list this version, and had the package invoice list this version... but what I received was the 2002 version. I would suggest that immediately after you order this album, you email the seller and ask them to double check their shipment to make sure that you get the correct version.
Not from ImportCD's! 31 Oct. 2009
By J. Holroyd - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Made the mistake of ordering from ImportCD's. Got the Rollerball 2002 remake cd.
Got a refund only. Still out the money to ship the wrong CD back to them.
I loved this film and the music, just can't wait to get the right movie soundtrack.
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