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Do You Pick Your Feet In Poughkeepsie?

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beeAudiophile | beeman | brian
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beeAudiophile | beeman | brian ... I love this as a fan of the Dirty Harry movies: and all the funk, soul and jazz musicality found in the soundtracks... This is essentially like watching the movies, in mixtape form... Sublime...
Ilja Sillman
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Ilja Sillman Jimmy Doyle approved vintage funk business as a flac compilation. What's not to like?
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Nostro Well I gotta say I own most of these soundtracks on vinyl or disc, so I'm a sucker for these kind of tracks. Most are culled from well known movies so there are no real surprises. Despite that it's well mixed for those familiar or for many who might only know the movies gives a good insight to some of the sounds that really did heighten the movie going experience of the day. Hard edged, funked out instrumentals from some better known composer of the time & some well known musicians. Dig it.


Gritty movies. Gritty music. Safe to say, the sounds of 70s cinema was as varied as the films themselves. Here we put the focus on the soundtracks that groove. From Dirty Harry to Bruce Lee to... Inspector Clouseau?

Part 1:
1. Theme From The 4:30 Movie
2. "Do you pick your feet in Poughkeepsie?" / (from "The French Connection")
3. 20th Century Fox Fanfare
4. Dirty Harry's Creed (from "Dirty Harry") / Lalo Schifrin
5. Magnum Force Theme (from "Magnum Force") / Lalo Schifrin
6. The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (from "The Taking of Pelham One Two Three") / David Shire
7. Laying The Trap (from "Gator") / Charles Bernstein
8. Flight in the Night (from "Gator") / Charles Bernstein
9. Here's Looking at You (from "The Return of the Pink Panther") / Henry Mancini
10. Executive Party (from "Rollerball") / Andre Previn
11. Condor! (from "3 Days of the Condor") / Dave Grusin
12. The Human Fly (from "Enter the Dragon") / Lalo Schifrin
13. On The Move (from "Three The Hard Way") / The Impressions
14. Wilford's Gone (from "Cornbread, Earl and Me") / Donald Byrd & The Blackbyrds
15. Main Theme (from "Death Wish") / Herbie Hancock
16. Le Bracelet (from "La Planète Sauvage") / Alain Goraguer
17. La Femme (from "La Planète Sauvage") / Alain Goraguer
18. Thief on the Prowl (from "Diamonds") / Roy Budd
19. Stars and Rockets (from "Chariots of the Gods") / Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra
20. Hap'nin (from "Lialeh") / Bernard Purdie
21. Theme from Black Belt Jones (from "Black Belt Jones") / Dennis Coffey
22. Theme from S.W.A.T. (from "S.W.A.T.") / Rhythm Heritage
23. Theme from Police Woman (from "Police Woman") / Themes From Hit TV Shows

Part 2:
24. Now is the Time (from "Danger Man") / Lou Gonzalez
25. Theme from The Thief Who Came to Dinner (from "The Thief Who Came to Dinner") / Henry Mancini
26. Dog Eat Dog (from "The Thief Who Came to Dinner") / Henry Mancini
27. The Spic (from "The Hanged Man") / Bullet
28. The Mustang (from "On The Road") / Bob Kessler
29. Switchblade Theme (from "The Cross and the Swtichblade") / Ralph Carmichael
30. Escape from the Planet of the Apes - Suite (from "Escape from the Planet of the Apes") / Jerry Goldsmith
31. The Hot Rock - End Title (from "The Hot Rock") / Quincy Jones
32. Listen to the Melody (from "The Hot Rock") / Quincy Jones
33. Hot Rock Theme (from "The Hot Rock") / Quincy Jones
34. Alive and Well (from "Together Brothers") / Barry White
35. Blacula Strikes! (from "Blacula") / Gene Page
36. Pull, Jabul, Pull (from "Man and Boy") / J. J. Johnson
37. Reflections (from "Rocky") / Bill Conti
38. Packing Up (from "An Unmarried Woman") / Bill Conti
39. The Robbery and the Chase (from "The Education of Sonny Carson") / Coleridge Taylor Perkinson
40. Scorpio (from "Dirty Harry") / Lalo Schifrin
41. The Killing Fight (from "The Big Boss") / Joseph Koo


released October 3, 2014


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Paul Nice New York, New York

DJ. Producer. Beat Digger. Kung Fu Movie Aficionado. Worked with everyone from the Beastie Boys, Biz Markie, Mark Ronson & Ol' Dirty Bastard. Played the haughtiest of soirées to the dankest of dives everywhere from NY to LA, London to Dublin, Moscow to Paris, Tokyo to Sydney and back again. Repertoire: Soul, Jazz, Funk, Disco, Hip Hop, Brazilian, Dub, Dancehall, Soundtracks and other cool stuff. ... more

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