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This review is from: The Film Music of John Addison (Audio CD)
The Chandos film albums are a fine way to get hold of rare music and contain plenty of premier recordings (this have 5 plus a couple of suites). This one reminds me of the Clifton Parker album in that it can be quite tiring in one sitting . . . one can only take so many melodies!
Two favourites: 'Swashbuckler', which says 'cinema' to me, and 'Centennial', which brings back a fondly-remembered tv series. I remember the stirring music was a factor in me watching it in the first place.
Sound quality, as with all Chandos releases, is exemplary.
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Initial post: 8 Nov 2008 01:37:12 GMT
Trevor Willsmer says:
Swashbuckler's original soundtrack album has been released on a limited edition CD from Intrada. If you can't find it on Amazon you should still be able to find copies through specialist dealers in the US.
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