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  • 01. Ice-Cream
    02. The Clowns
    03. Teosofo
    04. Ibañez Orgasm
    05. Carlito’s Death
    06. The Wave
    07. Shoes Dance
    08. God Doesn’t Exist
    09. Los Mineros
    10. Bucéfalo
    11. Jaime and Bucéfalo 12. Bucéfalo Dies
    13. Bodisua
    14. José
    15. Aquilles
    16. The Midget
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    ADAN JODOROWSKY

    The Dance Of Reality

    [engl] After a twenty-three-year hiatus, The Dance of Reality marks the triumphant return of Alejandro Jodorowsky, the visionary Chilean filmmaker behind cult classics El Topo and The Holy Mountain. In the radiantly visceral autobiographical film, a young Jodorowsky is confronted by a collection of compelling characters that contributed to his burgeoning surreal consciousness. The legendary filmmaker was born in 1929 in Tocopilla, a coastal town on the edge of the Chilean desert, where the film was shot. Blending his personal history with metaphor, mythology, and poetry, The Dance of Reality reflects Jodorowsky’s philosophy that reality is not objective but rather a “dance” created by our own imaginations. Written, performed and recorded by Alejandro’s son, the acclaimed actor, director and musician Adan Jodorowsky, Dance of Reality’s original soundtrack expands from gossamer folk acoustic guitar themes and solo piano compositions to rich cinematic orchestral arrangements echoing the work of John Barry and Ennio Morricone combined with extrovert narrative traditional pieces executed in the vein of Nino Rota. This LP contains the sixteen original compositions that make up the score for Alejandro’s seventh feature film which witness a return to the ABKCO film company who produced his underground classics El Topo and The Holy Mountain both of which Finders Keepers will also release the soundtrack LPs in this series of special vinyl editions.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    15.06.2015
    EAN
    EAN 5060099505485
     
  • 01. Entierro Del Primer Juguete (Burial of the First Toy)
    02. Bajo Tierra (Under the Earth)
    03. La Catedral De Los Puercos (The Pigs Monastery)
    04. Los Mendigos Sangrados (The Holy Beggars)
    05. La Muerte Es Un Nacimiento (Death Is Birth) 06. Curios Mexicano (Mexican Curios)
    07. El Agua Viva (Living Water)
    08. Vals Fantasma
    09. El Alma Nace en la Sangre (The Soul Born in the Blood)
    10. Topo Triste
    11. Los Dioses De Azucar (The Sugar Gods)
    12. Las Flores Nacen En El Barro (Flowers Born in the Mud)
    13. El Infierno De Los Angeles Prostitutos (The Hell of the Prostituted Angels)
    14. Marcha De Los Ojos En El Triangulos (March of the Eyes in the Triangles)
    15. La Miel Del Dolor (The Pain of the Honey)
    16. 300 Conejos (300 Rabbits)
    17. Conocimiento A Traves De La Musica (Knowledge Through Music)
    18. La Primera Flor Despues Del Diluvio (The First Flower After the Flood)
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    ALEJANDRO JODOROWSKY

    El Topo

    [engl] Presented here as part of a dedicated series of Jodorowsky’s ABKCO film scores (alongside the previously unreleased The Holy Mountain and The Dance Of Reality), Finders Keepers bring you the score to the ultimate midnight movie and spiritual pseudo western an album that marks the exact pinprick where Alejandro Jodorowsky’s legacy first bled into the wider public consciousness. To affirm it’s 70’s rock credentials El Topo was originally imported by record producer Alan Douglas (Jimi Hendrix/The Last Poets/Miles Davis) then bought by American Beatles manager Allen Klein under the recommendation of John Lennon and Yoko Ono who shared enthusiasm with late night creatives like Dennis Hopper, Samuel Fuller and Don Cherry (who would later score The Holy Mountain). The acidic folk soundtrack was originally composed by Jodorowsky himself with his long-term Mexican collaborator Nacho Méndez with whom he had previously worked on the avant theatre production and LP H30. The following year Jodorowsky and Méndez’ short cues from the film’s production tapes were given to Ravi Shankar understudy (and George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass orchestrator) John Barnham to add extra score and post-production features making the lo-fi composed-to-scene themes into a viable commercial LP which would share release schedules with The Elephant’s Memory, Badfinger and Mary Hopkins - standing out like a sore thumb in a sea of well manicured talons. Taken from the original master tapes of engineer Brian Humphries (Black Sabbath/ Pink Floyd) and presented with new artwork based on the rare European and South American poster artwork for the film’s original release with exclusive sleevenotes form Andy Votel and actress/director (and Jodorowsky friend/collaborator) Asia Argento this release is an essential companion piece to Finders Keepers exclusive Jodorowsky series and an enthralling and pop culturally significant release in its own right.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    15.06.2015
    EAN
    EAN 5060099505478
     
  • 01. Trance Mutation
    02. Pissed and Passed Out
    03. Violence of the Lambs
    04. Drink It
    05. Christs 4 Sale
    06. Cast Out and Pissed
    07. Eye of the Beholder
    08. Communion
    09. Rainbow Room
    10. Alchemical Room
    11. Tarot Will Teach You/Burn Your Money
    12. Mattresses, Masks and Pearls
    13. Isla (The Sapphic Sleep)
    14. Psychedelic Weapons
    15. Rich Man in a Fishbowl
    16. Miniature Plastic Bomb Shop
    17. Fuck Machine
    18. Baby Snakes
    19. A Walk in the Park
    20. Mice and Massacre
    21. City of Freedom
    22. Starfish
    23. The Climb/Reality (Zoom Back Camera)
    24. Pantheon Bar (Bees Make Honey…)
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    ALEJANDRO JODOROWSKY

    The holy mountain

    [engl] Unanimously considered amongst fans of all strains of alternative pop culture the flamboyant cinematic masterpiece known as Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Holy Mountain can proudly claim, amongst all its other accolades, one of fantastique cinema’s greatest red herrings of all time. In the interest of anti spoilerism we are not referring to the film’s reconstituted plot here (recycled from René Daumal’s 1952 fictitious mountaineering journal) but rather the film’s devious inverted end title sequence, a murky pond which harbours the true crimson fish that has quite frankly wasted record collectors time for over four bloody decades. The immortal, fatal, deviously distracting and plain EVIL strap line that reads “Forthcoming soundtrack available of Abkco Records and Tapes” has served a repeat menu of wild goose chase soup followed by red herring salad served in half a camouflaged curveball with a glass of muddied water in your own personal smoked screen booth for most of our adult lives. The gift that keeps on not giving. For those of us addicted to black plastic circles, if there was ever to be a sequel to The Holy Mountain then a two hour title card reading “we decided not to release the soundtrack to the original film” would have saved a lot of time, fingertip skin and want list paper and ink… In fact, in keeping with Jodorowsky’s grand vision for the film, this rug puller was (unbeknown to him) the final illusion. If it wasn’t for Jodorowsky and Allan Klein’s thirty-something-year “temporary stand-off” (leading to release schedule cancellation) we might have already got over how amazing this soundtrack is. In fact, with all its quite unrequired Beatle connection hyperbole it might be in your old dad’s all-time favourite lists as the only token alternative/soundtrack/jazz record he ever bought, and you might have learned to hate it. But that never happened, and as the forbidden fruit idiom commands THIS IS NOW YOUR FAVOURITE LP OF ALL TIME AND YOU CANT LIVE WITHOUT IT. So we need to write a press release. One which will sound like we are talking about seven different albums in one and for those that have seen the film, that will make perfect astrological sense. Where do we start? The unreleased soundtrack to the most fantastic transcendental spiritual cinematic explosion of our time? The lost Don Cherry album? The missing Jazz Composers Orchestra album featuring Charlie Haden, Carla Bley and Frank Lowe? The Elephant’s Memory soundtrack follow-up to Midnight Cowboy? The lost soundtrack album secretly funded and A&R’d by John Lennon and Yoko Ono? The music to the film that George Harrison was sacked from because he didn’t want us to see his butt hole? The orch rock LP made by the arranger of the collectable Mandrake Memorial prog pop LP? Walter Sears’ undiscovered studio experiments? The record that The Beatles’ managers didn’t want you to hear? The true axis between New York psych rock, free jazz and Swedish prog rock? All are relevant, all are true and all clearly outlined in liner notes exclusive to Finders Keepers’ bespoke vinyl pressing of this grail-trail double-slab of psychedelic vinyl film history. Featuring the original cues, composed-to-scene, and mastered from the original studio master tapes via Record Plant, A&R, Sear Sound and Electric Ladyland and housed in exclusive packaging based on one of the rarest European posters for the film’s original release. This first edition also includes exclusive interviews and lost information from Neneh Cherry, Ronald Frangipane and the Swedish members of the original Don Cherry Holy Mountain line-up Bengt Berger and Christer Bothen alongside commendable quotes from Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth) and Kieran Hebden (Four Tet). Alongside this release Finders Keepers, in collaboration with ABKCO will also present special vinyl editions of Jodorowsky’s other two Allen Klein produced films, El Topo and The Dance Of Reality, housed with the same unique design features and liner notes driven by the label’s long-term commitment to a project that has taken over a decade to release. The wait has been too long. Zoom back camera! Break the illusion and enjoy your salad.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    03.10.2015
     
  • 01. Man Of Marble (Baby Bump)
    02. The Port
    03. Saved From Oblivion
    04. Figures Of Marble
    05. A Witness
    06. In The Shipyard
    07. The Katowice Ironworks
    08. The Striptease (Kung Fu)
    09. Jane Wisniewski (Man Of Iron)
    10. Poem By Milosz (Man Of Iron)
    11. Truncheon Man (Man Of Iron)
    12. You Are My Hope (Man Of Iron)
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    ANDRZEJ KORZYNSKI

    Man Of Marble

    [engl] Opening further doors in the sprawling labyrinth of unreleased music by Polish composer Andrzej Korzynski, Finders Keepers Records present the soundtrack to the 1977 Polish film Man Of Marble by ‘national filmmaker’ and long-term collaborator Andrzej Wajda. Presented for the first time ever on vinyl (featuring exclusive unreleased bonus tracks) this synthesiser fuelled soundtrack marks a distinct stylistic manoeuvre towards a unique brand of Polish cosmic disco, celebrating the cinematic debut of Korzynski’s Arp-Life project - widely respected as Poland’s first “synthesiser orchestra.” Begging direct comparison to Russia’s Zodiac and sharing an uncanny resemblance to other 1970s European post rock cinematic disco bands like France’s Arpadys (formerly Jean-Claude Vannier’s Insolitudes) or the later projects of Italy’s Goblin (such as Discocross) this soundtrack witnesses Korzynski and Arp-Life at their halcyon; making fantastical and experimental musical approximations of the burgeoning synth funk disco boom which had erupted on the other side of the Iron Curtain. Man Of Marble unearths Korzynski’s first steps into electronic dance music, and with the addition of bonus tracks from the 1981 sequel Man Of Iron, provides the perfect companion piece to his recently liberated score to Possession (directed by Andrzej Zuławski) which blends the same ingredients through another darker corridor of this versatile composer’s creative mind. Accompanying our release of the first anthology of rare Korzynski archive material Secret Enigma (FKR055), the aforementioned Possession (FKR062) and Third Part Of The Night (FKR063) soundtracks, Man Of Marble provides further glimpses into a deeper archive of electronic pop. This release captures prime- era Korzynski as a forward- thinking keyboard artist and experimentalist who managed to move with global musical and technological trends under the stifling communist regime while still displaying compositional versatility polarised by Poland’s most famous and infamous national directors.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    07.04.2014
    EAN
    EAN 5060099505171
     
  • 01. The Night The Screaming Stops (Opening Titles)
    02. Opetanie 1
    03. Meeting With A Pink Tie
    04. Opetanie 2
    05. Anna Rewards Mark
    06. Possesion - Orchestral Theme 1
    07. Kreuzberg 1
    08. Opetanie 3
    09. Mark Looks In The Fridge
    10. Heinrick's Demise
    11. Opetanie 4
    12. Possession - Orchestral Theme 2
    13. Blue Ford B-AZ6
    14. Helen Has Green Eyes
    15. Opetanie 5
    16. Bloody Embrace
    17. Kreuzberg 2
    18. Detective's Deserts
    19. Kreuzberg 3
    20. Kreuzberg 4
    21. The Night The Screaming Tops (Tempo)
    22. Mark Formulates A Plan
    23. Mark Sees Everything
    24. Closely Observered Anna
    25. Opetanie 6
    26. What Is It?
    27. The Man With The Pink Socks
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    ANDRZEJ KORZYNSKI

    Possession

    [engl] As our maiden voyage into an expansive vat of unreleased music by Polish com- poser Andrzej Korzynski, Finders Keepers Records presents his previously unre- leased electro/orchestral/experimental score for Andrzej Zulawski's surrealist 80s horror classic, Possession. These 25 cues were written and recorded exclusively for the 1981 award-winning film starring Isabelle Adjani and Sam Neil, but due to the progressive, stark and modernist nature of the finished film less than half of them made it on to the actual director’s cut - leaving many of the tracks on this package totally unheard outside of Korzynski’s studio. The intended Possession score in its entirety marks an important axis in Korzynski’s career where his various musical disciplines overlap. In one respect it marks his first forays into to synth driven electronics and disco drum machines, while other tracks epitomise the well honed techniques used in previous Zulawski scores, such as Third Part Of The Night and The Devil, which rely on his inimitable orchestral arrangements and combination of clavinet, Rhodes, piano and electric guitar. This is the first time any of this music has been released outside of the films origi- nal context and is packaged on CD, 12" vinyl and conceptual green compact cas- settes housed in miniature clamshell cases reminiscent of the films original VHS release that briefly adorned UK video shops in the early 1980s (before being banned by over excited censors as one of the unproscecuted ‘video nasties' in the infamous 1983 tape cull). The important restoration of Korzynski's music aims to shed new light on the seldom manufactured productions of the composer whose vast cinematic catalogue warrants overdue global status alongside other golden era Eastern European composers such as Kryzstof Komeda, Jan Hammer and Zdenek Liska - not to mention the best of the French and Italian soundtrackers, such as Roubaix, Vannier and Nicolai. Duplicated and carefully remastered directly from Korzynski's original master tapes this album boasts the uninhibited studio experiments and retains the pre-cut ambi- ence as an exclusive archival forerunner to our expanded selection of Korzynski releases later in 2012.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    26.07.2012
    EAN
    EAN 5060099503832
     
  • 01. Babla Orchestra Title Music
    02. Aye Mere Dil Kahin Aur Chal
    03. Soniye Tera Chahe Jo Bhi Hona
    04. Man Dole Mera Tan Dole
    05. Kabhi Hota Nahin
    06. Ghar Aya Mera Pardesi
    07. Hamko Tumpe Pyar Aaya
    08. Indian Aartis
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    BABLA

    Babla's Disco Sensation

    [engl] Throughout the late '70s and early '80s Indian artist Babla and his Orchestra created a musical revolution throughout India. Covering famous Bollywood movie title tracks of the time and giving them the 'new disco touch' with uptempo heavy sitar funk and moog bleeps, Babla created the 'Disco Dandia' movement, which saw him tour the world and become a household name in India. Originally released in 1980.
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    26.02.2018
    EAN
    EAN 6038152913613
     
  • 01. Eco Blue / Toadstrip
    02. Race
    03. Head Off
    04. Pigs
    05. Cosmic Funeral
    06. Amanda
    07. Septic
    08. Smoke
    09. Stone
    10. Undertaker
    11. Gravediggers
    12. Swim
    13. Klaude Kool & The Kats
    14. Toad
    15. The Death Of Dr. Death
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    BILLY GREEN

    Stone

    [engl] Meet Stone. The trailer says it all. A deep Australian drawl narrates the scene over a psychedelic swamp-funk rhythm section doused in electronic percussion and treated keyboards. “Stone Is A Trip… The grave diggers are on the move – a new breed of motorbike gang.” The screen fills with images of slo-mo bike accidents, hallucinogenic trips and a death defying cliff stunt which could easily mistaken for a doppelgänger scene in Psychomania. “Vietnam veterans with their own style of life, their own rules, their own religion.” The scene swathes to a satanic ritualistic burial at the hands of a denim-clad crew of outlaw bikers with strangely familiar faces. To many global record collectors, DJs, music producers and general retrophiles living outside of Australia “Stone” was primarily known for its electronic sound effects, psychedelic guitars, cosmic sound scapes and funky basslines… In the 80s and 90s, before the global DVD boom, Stone to many people was first and foremost a Soundtrack… The kind of soundtrack that makes you wish you could see the film but it’ll probably never happen. The LP artwork alone was beyond enigmatic with its contradicting embroider logo (designed by sandy) alongside its striking futuristic airbrushed chrome insignia (designed by comic artist Peter Ledger and realised by airbrush whizz Errol Black). The huge parade of brand new Kawasaki bikes inside the gatefold looked like something from the future compared to the classic full-dresser Harleys from the American Hells Angels movies. And when the needle drops into the groove and the freakish blend of didgeridoo and Moog (played by Johnny ‘Didge’ Matthews and synth expert Andy Cohan) blended with unidentified clicks belches and pops fly out the speakers it is literally impossible to put a date, never mind a story line, to this acid fuelled soundscape. The use of confusing and contradicting musical influences alongside bizarre noises is actually the secret sauce in this concoction and when the swampy psychedelic funk-rock rhythm section kicks-in you are left with a 45 minute programme of skewed. Forward-thinking avant-pop that would stylistically fill a very lonely section in the record shop racks. There are not many records quite like Stone.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    05.03.2011
    EAN
    EAN 5060099506055
     
  • 01. Sabba
    02. Magico Incontro
    03. Propiziazione
    04. Evocazione
    05. Magico Incontro
    06. Bambole
    07. Insidia
    08. Oppressione
    09. Insidia
    10. Espiazione
    11. Medium
    12. Sabba
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    BRUNO NICOLAI

    All The Colours Of The Dark

    [engl] As part of a devoted series of releases focusing on Bruno Nicolai’s soundtrack music to the films of Edwige Fenech, Finders Keepers proudly unveil what is perhaps the crowning moment for both actress and composer with the film that inaugurated them (alongside director Sergio Martino) into the critical Giallo royal family in the early 1970s. Presented here with previously unpressed tracks as an alternative to the extremely rare 1973 Gemelli library edition, this Finders Keepers special release includes the recently uncovered 1972 hard-hitting left- field psychedelic pop themes that unified yet another unholy trinity comprising of sitar wielding Alessandro Alessandroni (in true Pawnshop Braens Machine mode) and Italian cinematic songbird Edda Dell’Orso to create (under Nicolai’s gaze) what is regarded by many unified euro horror video collectors and vinyl detectives as the cream of this well furrowed crop. Recorded in January 1972 at Morricone’s Ortophonic studio in Rome (home of Goblin’s Roller and Alessandroni’s Sangue di sbirro amongst many others) Bruno Nicolai balances psychotic free jazz, aggressive bass driven beats, schizoid Eastern motifs and childlike lullabies - the latter exacerbating director Martino’s proud Rosemary’s Baby influences in this Giallo tale of a rehabilitated relationship plagued by recurring nightmares and vague memories of a religious cult that teeter on the edge of Fenech’s consciousness. To claim this score as Nicolais’ all time best is perhaps a little ambitious for a versatile composer of such acclaim and widespread appeal, but for fans of that unique window of unhinged musical opportunity which came with the Giallo boom of the early 1970’s you’ll be hard pushed to find a record that covers all bases from an alternative universe where Fabio Frizzi, Goblin and Walter Rizzati were (haunted) household names. ALTERNATE SLEEVE AND DOUBLE SIDED 4-PANEL INSERT FEATURING EXTENSIVE LINER NOTES ONE ONE SIDE AND A RARE REPRODUCTION POSTER ON THE OTHER.
    Format
    DoLP
    Release-Datum
    01.09.2014
    EAN
    EAN 5060099505300
     
  • 01. Dawn At Long Street
    02. Busy & Calm
    03. Calm Places
    04. Strip Bar
    05. Little Italy
    06. Lonely Night
    07. Neon Pink & Blue
    08. Nino Rotunda
    09. Night Life
    10. Sirtaki Nights
    11. Angel In A Silver Wig
    12. Sweetie Night
    13. Goodbye Long Street
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    BRUNO SPOERRI

    Langstrasse zwischen 12 und 12

    [engl] Oft overlooked for over half a century while misfiled amongst exploit bellydance records and holidaymaker souvenirs this one-off twelve track album is the only existing full-length record by the best-kept mutant musical secret of the Armenian American diaspora, oud pop maestro Charles ‘Chick’ Ganimian.One of the earliest examples of any kind of recorded fusion between rhythm heavy pop music and traditional Turkish music, Ganimian’s developments in New York City - with his sadly unrecorded turk jerk combo The Nor-Ikes (New Dawn) combo – ran almost simultaneously alongside the rising Anadolou Pop scene in Turkey, resulting in his short lived powerhouse of Kif proto-rock under the changing names of Ganim’s Asia Minors, Ganimian & His Orientals and Ganimian & His Oriental Music Orchestra. Combining a line-up of mostly unknown musicians from his local community (where he was worked as a butcher), Ganimian, in a short unison with ATCO records, was fortunate enough to accommodate jazz guitarist Al Schactman as part of his studio personnel (launching the career of this Nina Simone regular) as well as French born Armenian folk singer Onnik Dinkjian and reid player Steve Bogoshian (both from the band The House Of The Seven Uncles) as well as the esteemed Turkish raised Kanun player Ahmet Yatman. As one of the very few early American recorded authentic Middle Eastern fusion record Come With Me To The Casbah has piqued a refined interest in a new generation of progressive world music collector resulting in a distinct drought in original Ganimian pressings on the collectors’ market earning Chicks name a rising placeholder on the want lists of DJs, vinyl hounds and ethno psychedelia collectors.This LP includes all of Ganimians recordings including the rare singles for Atco and East West which sit awkwardly next to bizarre and unique takes on popular American standards enhancing the exciting freak factor of this record which simply could not be made by today’s stifling self-aware anti-standards. Aside from rare (poorly recorded) private family tapes this album is the only chance to hear the music of this lost enigma of early world music, Eastern fusion and a missing kink in the fabric of New York pop music history captured before his short stint as an exotic Herbie Mann sideman which proceeded his migration into obscurity and his well-imparted tragic struggle with alcohol dependency depriving pop culture of a forward thinking pioneer who paved the way for the more credible exponents of the cross-continental Indo fusion enigma such as John Berberian and the later well pruned hard rock efforts of The Devils Anvil.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    27.05.2016
    EAN
    EAN 5060099506215
     
  • 01. Werewolves on Wheels (Main Theme)
    02. Mount Shasta Home
    03. Ritual
    04. “One”
    05. Ritual 2
    06. The Devil’s Advocates
    07. The Devil’s Advocates (reprise)
    08. One Foot in Heaven
    09. Burning Grass
    10. Tarot
    11. Tarot Trail
    12. Dust Bowl
    13. The Devil’s Advocates 2
    14. Ritual 3
    15. Werewolves On Wheels (End Theme)
    16. Radio record 1 (Bonus Track)
    17. Radio record 2 (Bonus Track)
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    DON GERE

    Werewolves on Wheels

    [engl] B-movie junkies, gather round and prepare yourselves for what could only be described as a cinematic speedball. Take a combined hit of two of the most potent strains of toxic cinema, dress it up in ritualistic robes and make it dance to the beat of a stoned, motoric, country commune soundtrack. Like an exploito double bill where both films merge into a single feature, this directorial debut by an ex-Roger Corman protege and future Russ Meyer art director (another heady cocktail) is the product of one writing duo’s fleeting time in the driving seat as the moviedrome marathon approached its dwindling finish line. Werewolves On Wheels emerged in 1971 in a climate where the B-movie genre of the previous two decades began to make way for the early glimpses of imported slasher films and video nasties. Entirely out of popular context in 1971, the soundtrack music of Don Gere would perhaps reveal him as the most versatile actor involved in the whole production. Until this point, Don Gere had been a pop folk songwriter and a country music devotee, but while riding with the werewolves, Don Gere became a disjointed psych rock stoner making ritualistic commune country with more coincidentally in common with Germany’s emerging Krautrock scene or the more localised stoner psych of Skip Spence (whose radically ahead of its time LP OAR was recognised by Columbia Records as their lowest selling record in the company’s history). Imagine guitarist Sandy Bull jamming with Munich’s Amon Duul 1 or some Swedish prog outfits like Trad, Gras och Stenar or a sedated Kebnekaise. In comparison to the Curb/Allan scores, for films like Wild Angels, Devil’s Angels, Thunder Alley, and Born Losers (often released on Curb’s own Sidewalk or Tower records), the new music made by Don Gere, only three years down the line, sounds like it’s from an entirely different generation…
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    05.03.2011
    EAN
    EAN 50600995030361
     
  • 01. Theme The Antwerp Killer
    02. Beat
    03. Hippy Song
    04. Theme 2
    05. Harbour Fight
    06. Persection
    07. Cathedral Bloody Lady
    08. Theme 3
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    ERIC FEREMANS

    THE ANTWERP KILLER

    [engl] Teenage movie maverick meets synth scientist for bespoke Belgian B-movie. One of the rarest vinyl horror soundtracks of all time, 1983’s The Antwerp Killer is the rest of the remarkable homemade electronic experiments of the wunderkind synth designer and his unison with a smart-talking teenage movie maverick to create something almost unfathomable in the process. Combining self-propelled punk attitude and uninhibited confidence, the hyper pro-active work of these DIY prodigies pinpoints an important era where youthful ambition and creative technology meet. By the age of sixteen Eric Feremans started building modulators and eventually his first proto synthesiser. Teaching musicians how this new technology worked became Eric’s mission. He found that in electronic music composition the understanding of the functioning of the machine is part of the musicianship. Without this they were just fooling around with new technology. By the early 70s Eric’s synths were becoming more and more complex and he even played a concert with Belgian electronica pioneer Karel Goeyvaerts. Eric decided to create his own school where he would teach his pupils to make build synthesisers and how to play them. The EEF (from Eric E. Feremans) was created. The build-your-own packages were created by volunteers and around 20 or 30 are said to have been made. After being a guest in a national television show the demand for courses exploded and Eric was lecturing nationally and internationally. Even attracting the king of the Amsterdam Mafia who would be driven down from Amsterdam with two body guards in his Rolls Royce every week. One day Eric gets a visit from a Luc Veldeman a sixteen-year-old with a manner of speech way beyond his age and larger then life projects. Eric was in the process of making Antwerp’s first crime movie called The Antwerp Killer. He had seen Eric play live and he wanted some of his music to be used as the score and to press as a album to promote the film. Upon their first meeting Veldeman wanted a tape to convince his financial investors. Eric gave him one of the rare recordings he had made with the synthesizer. A session he had just recorded upon installing his new studio; a session, according to Eric, that was the result of the pure joy he experienced of having such a wonderful sounding machine in his studio and the bottle of vodka he downed during the session. That session was cut up by Veldeman and it was turned into the soundtrack of The Antwerp Killer. Eric ended up playing a cop in the film and the film was the opening film of the Knokke Film Festival in 1983. It was honed away by the press and the audience. Bad acting, bad editing, bad script, cool soundtrack though. Veldeman was nowhere to be seen and everybody involved who had quit their jobs or studies to coöperate on this film or put in their money in it saw their hopes disappear. Veldeman had even rented all the film equipment with a false identity and then dumped it all in the canal after the shooting. When the cops eventually found out about his they weren’t even able to arrest him being a minor. A magnum opus of a true criminal and the synthesiser teacher of the Amsterdam Mafia King, The Antwerp Killer remains a prime document of the broody Belgian 80s and a heck of a soundtrack.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    21.12.2015
     
  • 01. La Reine Des Vampires Theme Take 5
    02. La Reine Des Vampires Theme Take 4
    03. La Reine Des Vampires Theme Take 3
    04. La Reine Des Vampires Theme Take 2
    05. La Reine Des Vampires Theme Take 1
    06. La Reine Des Vampires Unused Cue 1
    07. La Reine Des Vampires Rejected Theme 1
    08. La Reine Des Vampires Unused Cue 6
    09. La Reine Des Vampires Unused Cue 11
    10. La Reine Des Vampires Rejected Theme 2
    11. La Reine Des Vampires Rejected Theme 2
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    FRANCOIS TUSQUES

    La Reine Des Vampires 1967

    [engl] As a central figure of one of Europe's most vibrant inter-communal music movements, Francois Tusques’ involvement as a central figure in the French free jazz scene (alongside Barney Wilen, Jean-François Jenny-Clark and Jacques Thollot) is as indispensable as it is synonymous. As a wholly improv- isational live music entity running simultaneously (at times pre-emptively) to its early 60s American counterpart this self-styled music revolution remained truly independent, both creatively and logistically, rendering original physical audio documents virtually unobtainable save the few vinyl mementoes which cross human hands for hefty bounties beneath counters of record fairs before reach- ing the electronic auctions. As the first release in a series of long overdue reis- sues and vintage archival debuts Cacophonic Records present this previously presumed lost unreleased studio session from 1967 which sees the cross-pol- lination of two of France’s most exciting counter-culture families, combining the open music of Tusques and the moving image of experimental horror direc- tor Jean Rollin. Originally conceived as an ongoing series of surreal/comic book style film or TV episodes fusing Rollin’s past experiences with illustrators like Nicolas Devil/Philippe Druillet and Tusques’ groundbreaking avant-garde credentials this cinematic debut for both parties commenced in 1967 under the working title La Reine Des Vampires before being distributed and commonly (inaccu- rately) recognised as ‘France’s first vampire film’ under the title Viol Du Vampire. Staying faithful to the projects original title and intention this dedicat- ed audio release hears the original unedited performance in its original form before Rollin’s sound editors got to work with their ruthless tape splicers, dia- logue synchronisation and recycling tactics. La Reine Des Vampires features an all-star line-up of Barney Wilen, Jean-François Jenny-Clark, Bernard Guerin and Eddie Gaumont - assembled by Tusques in the same months that followed the important manifesto of the avant-garde that embossed the groups name on the French musical map. This advent collides at the exact point where Rollin (as an erotic writer and avant-garde theatre patron) first commit- ted his filmic experiments to feature length celluloid proving this previously unheard artifact to be a significant landmark at the start of both a controversial cinematic legacy and a genuinely experimental domestic music career (watch this space) that immediately went on to magnetise the likes of Don Cherry, and Archie Shepp and Sunny Murray in the following year. Remastered from Tusques’ very own studio master tapes and including an extra lost bonus track from his personal "work-in-progress" Ferrograph dubs this LP not only includes the unedited soundtrack source material but compiles a number of high quality studio demos originally turned down by Rollin in 1967. The approved themes found on the a-side of the record were also rearranged and edited for the soundtrack for Rollin’s second feature film La Vampire Nue without Tusques’ prior consent providing an extra twist in the tale and instant- ly giving this first time release a technical "double soundtrack" status.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    27.01.2014
    EAN
    EAN 5060099505089
     
  • 01. Luna Di Sangue (The Blood Moon)
    02. Oltre Ogni Ragionevole Dubbio (Reasonable Doubt)
    03. Sogno A Occhi Aperti (The Dying Dream)
    04. Domani Lo Sempre Sa (Certainties)
    05. Il Cacciatore Di Androidi (The Android)
    06. Destino Ineluttabile A Cui Non Si Puo Sfuggire (The Great Escape)
    07. Il Giro Del Dottore (You Guys Have Fun)
    08. Capire Il Mistero (A Mystery Doesn't Need To Be Understood)
    09. La Furia Nel Sangue (Guts)
    10. Paura Nei Tropici (Sunlight Murders)
    11. Vista Panoramica Della Citta Eterna (The Eternal City)
    12. La Ragazza In Nero (The Lady In Black)
    13. Attraverso Lo Specchio (Through The Mirror)
    14. Bhopal
    15. Come L'Aria Che Respiriamo (You're The Air I Love To Breathe)
    16. Alla Fina Non Ha Fine (The End Has No End)
    17. Preludio Di Una Tragedia (Tragedy)
    18. La Quiete Prima Della Tempesta (Calm Before The Storm)
    19. Staring At The Sea
    20. Alba Tragica (Aube Tragique)
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    G. LOLLI

    Capire Il Mistero

    [engl] If you are into Italian Library music and soundtrack and especially fan of Morriconne, Bruno Nicolai, Sven Libaek, Keith Mansfied or Alain Goraguer then this record is for you.From funky psych jazz to more cinematic electronic this Lp is built like a Library record and so well produced. Cleary you can't date if it has been produced in the 70s or today ! As the tile say A mistery doesn't need to be understood. No need big talk check the long audio.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    03.11.2017
     
  • 01. O Willow Waly
    02. La Glace Brisee
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    GEORGE AURIC/JEAN PRODROMIDES

    The Innocents/Blood & Roses

    [engl] Not content with already liberating over twenty dedicated global horror and thriller soundtracks as part of the labels expansive discography, Finders Keepers Records resurrect their ghostly Finders Kreepers imprint, an apparition last spotted back in 2009 with the archival Willow's Songs which exposed the original twisted folk music that inspired the seminal 1972 Wicker Man score. With an unwaning appetite for the rare and obscure side of the genre the labels next short series combines ten vintage recordings from the formative years or International horror introducing a host of bygone soundtrack musicians that combined folklore, musique concrète, early electronics, child- like vocals and flamboyant orchestras to accompany the surreal and hallucinogenic films that inau- gurated and inspired the golden age of macabre fantastique cinema. Sourcing a cross section of obscure global domestic pressings and under the radar vintage vinyl runs this Finders Kreepers reissue series combines a cross section of the rare/unknown and the seminal, bringing unobtainable sonic gems of both classic and uber-classic shock cinema to a dis- cerning new generation of collectors. Starting the series off on a good foot Finders Kreepers bring you a mysterious and beguiling piece of music that has enchanted and eluded fans of vintage horror for decades. A game changer for the new wave of British horror when it was originally released the most unnerving attribute of The Innocents was the recurring childlike song that haunted the corridors and gardens of a haunted house in between bursts of concrète effects and drones (made by an uncreditted Daphne Oram). A forerunner to a generation of lullaby lead horror scenes (such as Rosemary’s Baby and Profondo Rosso) whilst drawing comparison with other macabre music featuring minor maestros such as The Night Of The Hunter and The Wickerman, this song is an oft requested gem of a micro-genre which seldom passes through second hand record stores and bookshops undetect- ed in its original vinyl form. Produced as an ambitious commercial tie-in for the release of the film in 1961 this elongated studio version sung by the lead Scottish born actress Isla Cameron (who many will also recognise as a prolific traditional folk singer on the early 60s) was casually market- ed to a small audience of movie fans who perhaps liked the idea of bringing the ghost into their own house. This rare original studio version is one of the only ways to capture the short leading motif that has echoed, in limbo, through the consciousness of film enthusiasts for over five decades. The alternate side to this debut Finders Kreepers 45 is the theme to another milestone of mono- chromatic European horror which despite its lifespan of re-distribution and edit room butchery has still failed to penetrate the mainstream DVD/Blu-ray market and stand up to be counted as the glaring influential landmark of the modern female vampire cinema genre that would spiral out of control throughout the following decade. Based on Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu's 1872 vampyristic same-sex love story, Carmilla, the film Et mourir de plaisir (aka Blood And Roses) became direc- tor Roger Vadim's fifth feature (directly following another French literary adaptation with Les liaisons dangereuses) and visually draws a line between Powell/Pressburger's The Red Shoes and Jean Rollin's Viol Du Vampire while sonically begging comparison to Francois de Roubaixs inspired Daughters Of Darkness soundtrack. Composed by Jean Prodromidès and abetted by sound designer Robert Biard the score reaches its memorable peak during a dream sequence montage combining graveyards, claustrophobic corridors and a bizarre clinical blood transfusion scene, all of which are enhanced by submerged sound effects and a restrained blood red colour tint (predating the likes of Shock Corridor, Rumble Fish or Schindler’s List) it is clear that fans of Rollin/Franco et al will be able retrace their bloodline with this lesser-spotted picture. Originally squeezed onto an obscure six track 7" at low volume for French only distribution this dream sequence theme has been remastered and presented in good company for a fresh Finders Kreepers audience.
    Format
    7''
    Release-Datum
    28.10.2013
    EAN
    EAN 5060099504846
     
  • 01. Zodiac Blues
    02. Orgiastic Ritual
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    GEORGE DUNING & THE BROTHERS CANDOLI/GIANFRANCO REVERBERI

    Bell, Book And Candle/The Reincar- nation Of Isabel

    [engl] For the final chapter of the Finders Kreepers 7” series of bygone supernatural psychedelic cinema scores we combine a true uni- versal classic with a very deep underground gem for this unlikely pairing of witchcraft films from entirely different cinematic per- spectives. Taken from a South American only 7” EP dedicated solely to the nightclub music of The Brothers Candoli in Richard Quine’s Bell Book And Candle, the tongue-in-cheek cat magic theme on the a-side of this release combines whirring electric pianos and muted horns to provide a classic kitsch-witch freaky tiki theme complete with purrs, meows and magical spells sharing the same dark comedic approach to the looming domestication of witchcraft shared in haxan classics like Rosemary’s baby and Virgin Witch as wellas comedies like Bewitched and Saxana. The final side to this ten-part series finally sees the obscure ritual- istic funk soundtrack to Renato Polselli’s Reincarnation Of Isobel available on vinyl for the first time since its ultra rare 1973 release (under a different name) on a small Italian imprint. Composed by library music stalwart Gianfranco Reverberi for a film that also goes by the name of Rites, Black Magic and Secret Orgies In The Fourteenth Century, the bizarre feature-length score does little to authenticate the stylistic vintage of the films plot and brings psych rock, synth and sound effects to the proceedings bequeathing gems such as this impending bass and percussion driven title sequence. Complete with explicit feminine vocalisations and se- dated Euro mock afro rock textures this rare theme for the X-rated 1970s take on the 1922 Benjamin Christensen film Haxan does its best to provide a musical backdrop for a film that combines witch- craft, vampires and zombies combining all the key fantasy figures found in the Finders Kreepers series for an ultimate deep groove crescendo.
    Format
    7''
    Release-Datum
    30.12.2013
    EAN
    EAN 5060099504884
     
  • 01. Opening (Generique)
    02. Flight To Rome
    03. Venezia (Venice)
    04. Traffic In Rome
    05. Un Clochard Ma'Dit
    06. Mediterranean Samba
    07. The Chase
    08. Chase In Venice
    09. Love Is Wonderful
    10. Panic Button
    11. Venezia (Night Club)
    12. On The Balcony
    13. Finale
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    GEORGES GARVARENTZ

    Panic Button

    [engl] The mastermind behind this album can be seen as a luminary in the field of movie soundtracks especially for the 60s and 70s while his career lasted until the early 90s up to his untimely death. "Panic Button" is the third album of its kind from his hands composed for an Italian low budget comedy film released in 1964 and originals in good condition may fetch up to 200,00 Euros today. The most interesting fact about the movie is the participation of cult actress Jayne Mansfield who also was part of the inner circle of Mr. Anton Lavey in the 60s. The music on the other side is a colorful trip through different styles from Italian traditional music to lush orchestral baroque music with most of the tunes being laid down by a well – rehearsed big band. The background of this album is obviously big band swing. From here Garvarentz explores the more light footed corners of this genre and the result is a breathtaking joy. The melodies bring images of crowded market places and nifty street restaurants in Italian cities to your mind. The performances have the right amount of steam and passion to drag you from your seat, dance and sing along these sunny harmonies. And the pieces themselves are perfectly placed with high energetic moments and gentle parts following each other to sustain the attention of the listener and underline the different scenes of the movie in an ideal way. If you love the old movie scores from the early 60s with this abundant big band orchestration and a hip shaking groove to the tunes with the exception of a few parts that set you into a hushed mood you will really enjoy this beautiful piece of music. It is all about fun and felicity and a deeper feeling to accompanies the compositions. A masterpiece!
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    25.07.2016
    EAN
    EAN 3891121305672
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    25.07.2016
    EAN
    EAN 3891121305689
     
  • 01. My Way Of Loving You
    02. Haschisch Party
    03. Le Mariage De Nathalie
    04. Le Cauchemar D'Une Droguée
    05. Un Bonheur Malheureux
    06. Stay
    07. Première Rencontre
    08. Retour Sans Lendemain
    09. Un Nouvel Amour
    10. Soirée Au Palais Palmieri
    11. Fin Du Couple
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    GEORGES GARVARENTZ

    Un Beau Monstre (Bande Originale Du Film)

    [engl] Greek born composer and conductor George Garaventz really complies with any expectations on his 1970 album for the French movie „Un beau monstre“ (A beautiful monster). This is a rather atmospheric and moody effort and except for the opening tunes of both sides this is entirely instrumental despite a few wordless female choirs adding an even deeper atmosphere to the compositions. The luscious arrangements and insistent melodies truly drag one into a colourful world of their own. Pop, psychedelic with elements of Indian raga, chanson and orchestral music melt into another. Sound and performance are of the highest order. Dreamy, dramatic and acid drenched sections follow each other in a rather short distance.
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    30.11.2018
    EAN
    EAN 6038152913774
     
  • 01. The Moomins Theme
    02. Travelling Theme
    03. Hobgoblin’s Hat
    04. Leaving Moomin Valley
    05. Partytime
    06. Hattyfatteners Row
    07. Woodland Band
    08. Most Unusual
    09. Midwinter Rites
    10. Piano Waltz
    11. Creepers
    12. Woodland Band Far Away
    13. Comet Shadow
    14. Comet Theme
    15. The Moomins Theme (End)
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    GRAEME MILLER & STEVE SHILL

    The Moomins

    [engl] Imagine, if you will, a foreboding homemade electro-acoustic, new age, synth driven, proto-techno, imaginary world music Portastudio soundtrack for a Polish-made animated fantasy based on a Finnish modern folk tale and created for German and Austrian TV, composed in 1982 by two politically driven post-punk theatre performers from a shared house in Leeds! To even the most perspicacious and adventurous of alternative music fans the genuine bloodline of this previously unreleased record already begins to sound like an entire record collection in one sitting. It would be surprising if this project’s ambitious and exotic credentials didn’t tick at least one box on your musical matrix and without one drop of unnecessary nostalgic hyperbole this project already sounds like the perfect fantasy record that you’ve never heard. Alternatively we could just say The Moomins and, for many, things would instantly begin to make perfect sense. From the same social landscape as Gang Of Four, The Mekons and Impact Theatre Co-operative – armed with a Wasp synthesiser, an ocarina and a cassette of the Robinson Crusoe music taped off the TV, Graeme Miller and Steve Shill used minimum means for maximum mayhem, instilling over 35 years of dreamlike illusory fuzziness and freakiness into the memories of a generation of school age TV addicts waiting for the next 5 minute fix of outernational fuzzy felt folklore. Collected here, all in one place for the first time, Finders Keepers in close collaboration with the original composers finally bring the original homemade micro-melodies and reintroduce them to a musical landscape where fans of vintage electronics, concrète tape effects, pocket percussion and domestic synths are finally ready to be reunited with the magnetic music of Moominvalley.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    17.11.2017
    EAN
    EAN 5060099506529
     
  • 01. John Malcolm Brinnin
    02. Set Fire To The Stars
    03. After Hours/Panic
    04. Tremble (Down)
    05. Tremble To The Light
    06. Tremble (Up)
    07. After Hours/Tension
    08. Log Cabin 1
    09. Log Cabin 2
    10. Log Cabin 3
    11. John Adoring At Yale
    12. Set Fire To The Strings
    13. After Hours/Tender
    14. John & The Poem
    15. B Chop Shop
    16. Atom Bomb
    17. After Hours/Contentment
    18. Ticking Clock
    19. Military Madness
    20. Caitlin’s Theme
    21. Tremble (Joy)
    22. Dylan’s Demons
    23. It Was Hot That Summer feat. Elijah Wood
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    GRUFF RHYS

    Set fire to the stars

    [engl] Gruff Rhys presents the soundtrack to the film Set Fire To The Stars. Although recorded around the same time as Gruff’s last LP (2014’s hugely acclaimed American Interior), Set Fire To The Stars paints a very different picture to that of the Welsh explorer John Evans. Equal parts cocktail jazz, hazy Americana and Atomic Age bop, it’s a love letter to New York in all its hopeful, post war glory – a gorgeous diversion of a record to add to Gruff’s increasingly brilliant solo catalogue. Gruff on Set Fire To The Stars: “This is an album of music written for a film directed by Andy Goddard concerning the poet Dylan Thomas’s first week in the USA in 1950 and his uneven friendship with fellow poet – and agent of sorts - John Malcolm Brinnin. As the film is shot in black and white and set in the Jazz age, I decided not to use any instruments unavailable in that era. I also keep the recordings as live takes. Beyond that – I didn’t try and ape the style of that era in particular apart from the song Atom Bomb which on screen, plays on a jukebox in a cafe and needed to be true to the year sonically and lyrically in some way. “Playing the guitar, I formed a short lived Agro-Jazz quartet (you got a problem with that?) called Video Loss with Chris Walmsley on drums, Jim Barr on double bass and Osian Gwynedd on piano. I wrote a bunch of songs and instrumentals. Some other bits were improvised to picture by Osian Gwynedd and myself. Chop Shop features Video Loss on max Moon-Ra improvisational setting. Gruff ab Arwel arranged all the strings and Gavin Fitzjohn played and scored the brass. It was recorded and mixed at Toybox, Bristol by the incredible Ali Chant – apart from the strings which were recorded at Metropolis, London.”
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    30.09.2016
    EAN
    EAN 5060099506420
     
  • 01. Goodnight Ram Baba
    02. Elise On The Run
    03. Elise & Tusk Reunited
    04. Poo Lorn 1
    05. Crossing The River
    06. Elise Liberates Tusk
    07. Poo Lorn 2
    08. Poo Lorn 3
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    GUY SKORNIK

    Tusk

    [engl] From Guy Skornik, the composer and arranger behind Popera Cosmic and Pour Pauwels, comes the enigmatic instrumental cues that provided fellow existentialist and notorious auteur director Alejandro Jodorowsky (The Holy Mountain) with the soundtrack music to what is now considered his rarest and most overlooked feature film, Tusk. As part as Finders Keepers ongoing dedicated Jodorowsky soundtrack series we present the original film edits from the 1979 studio sessions featuring Steve Hillage (Gong) and members of Cossi Anatz. Following his mind melting masterpieces Fando & Lis, El Topo and The Holy Mountain, Jodorowsky’s “disowned” attempt at a family film retains the director’s ongoing demand for intense, experimental film music resulting in what is undeniably one the best kept sonic secrets from the darker corners of this coveted filmography. Cherry-picked from pre-recorded synthesiser fuelled cosmic pop sessions by Skornik, these compositions provided Tusk with arabesque new age synthesis alongside full-blown ambitious electro rock, as well as classic French Fender Rhodes driven romanticism during some of this lesser-spotted movie’s most memorable moments. Presented here in isolation, Guy Skornik’s multifarious futurist-pop evokes worthy comparisons to Ash Ra Tempel, Eno’s Bowie and Suzanne Ciani, mapping an unlikely journey between Magma and 10cc in the process. Don’t ignore Jodorowsky’s “elephant in the room” – you never know what is hidden in the trunk. As part of Finders Keepers’ ongoing commitment and adoration for the cinematic work of Alejandro Jodorowsky the label now follows-up on the soundtrack releases of The Holy Mountain, El Topo and The Dance Of Reality with a record that not only unearths a lesser-known Jodographic gem but forms another spiritual circle in the label’s alternative pop universe, forming new twines in the Finders Keepers family tree.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    05.03.2019
    EAN
    EAN 5060099507090
     
  • 01. Gerhard Heinz - Im Fadenkreuz
    02. Gerhard Heinz - All I Ever Need Is Beat
    03. Gerhard Heinz - Schamlos Theme
    04. The Sirs - Danger Girl
    05. Gerhard Heinz - Stunk Mit Pohlmanns Gang
    06. Gerhard Heinz - Puszta Fever
    07. Charles Ryders Corporation - White Flames
    08. Gerhard Heinz - Orgie beim Popmaler
    09. Gerhard Heinz - Seductive Annabelle
    10. Gerhard Heinz - Liebeskutschen Love
    11. Gerhard Heinz - Kowalski's Revenge
    12. Gerhard Heinz - Kurzer Prozeß
    13. Charles Ryders Corporation - I Remember The Blues
    14. The Sirs - I Saw You There
    15. Gerhard Heinz - Ich Liebe Bananen
    16. Charles Ryders Corporation - Happy Day
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    HEINZ, GERHARD

    Schamlos

    [engl] Previously unreleased soundtrack to Eddy Saller's 1968 film "Schamlos" starring Udo Kier, Rolf Eden, Marina Paal and others. Released with 16 pages LP sized booklet containing liner notes in German and English.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    24.04.2015
     
  • 01. The Inquisition
    02. Les Demons
    03. Kathleen Writhing “Kathleen”
    04. The Weakness Of Rosalinda “Melodious Modulation“
    05. The Visit / Margaret’s Hallucination
    06. Three Serpents To Karen’s Dwelling
    07. The Second Inquisition
    08. A Witch’s Daughter
    09. The Seduction Of Winter “The Last Frolic”
    10. Kathleen & The Horses
    11. The Stake
    12. Kathleen & The Serpents
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    JEAN-BERNARD RAITEUX

    Les Demons

    [engl] The unreleased Euro pysch score to the French/Portuguese X-rated version of The Devils meets The Witchfinder General! Synchronised by Spanish anti-establishmentarian, sexual liberator, die-hard independent filmmaker and unrepentant voyeur Jess Franco (Vampyros Lesbos/De Sade). Composed entirely by French composer Jean-Bernard Raiteux aka Jean-Michel Lorgere (Sinner/Harlem Pop Trotters) and presented here in full soundtrack form for the first time. Proudly claiming the dubious accolade of the Spanish sexploitation version of The Devils as the distributor’s most bankable asset, this previously banned 1973 European witch flick would rip the art house facade from Ken Russell’s well polished box office smash and push the envelope way beyond the closet titillation of the gentrified new wave controversy seekers. Delivered on a comparable shoestring budget as the 55th feature in Jess Franco’s filmography of approximately 203 completed movies, The Demons (Les Démons), directed under the Anglicised pseudonym Clifford Brown, took many of the Franco’s sexually stylistic watermarks (epitomised in his Vampyros Lesbos trilogy) adding witchcraft, possession and nunsploitation against a rural Mediterranean backdrop before disappearing into the woods. Whilst clearly taking inspirational plot cues from Michael Reeve’s The Witchfinder General (UK 1968) and drawing comparisons with scenes from Eiichi Yamamoto’s Belladonna Of Sadness (Japan 1973) this B-Movie reduction of Franco’s wide palette of colourful ingredients has in recent years provided enthusiasts/champions/defenders of the workaholic horrotica bastion with a rare and treasured addition. Future-proofed by an essential component, omnipresent in Franco’s films, it is the mysterious commercially unobtainable soundtrack music that cements the unwaning interest in his risqué brand of unconventional shock/schlock sinema (not hindered my the enigmatic title card misinformation that often surrounds the original composers) and the music herein that has given Franco’s harshest critics a second chance/reason to reevaluate this man’s unapologetic art. Following on from Finders Keepers previous expanded release of Bruno Nicolai’s score for Franco’s 1970 adaptation of De Sade (FKR069) this record stands as another tribute to Franco’s life which he lived through the mechanisms of a camera with relentless zeal and a passion to challenge every aspect of movie making along the way. UNDERground, OVERambitious, RIGHT on, LEFTfield, BELOW the radar but ABOVE criticism. INdulgent and OUTrageous, but never middle of the road, Jess Franco was many things but he wasn’t pretentious and never delivered art for art’s sake and I feel honoured to have spent time with him. Franco was in fact a realist, he kept both feet firmly on the ground and a keen eye behind the right side of the lens and if Jess did have any demons his films were his exorcisms, the critics were the bloody judges and his legacy (through the medium of X-rated cinema of variable quality) is immortal.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    27.05.2016
    EAN
    EAN 5060099506222
     
  • 01. Kishore Kumar - Rote Hue Aate Hain Sab
    02. Asha Bhosle - O Saathi Re
    03. Lata Mangeshkar & Kishore Kumar - Salam-e-Ishq
    04. Mohd. Rafi* & Chorus - Zindagi To Bewafa Hai
    05. Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle & Mahendra Kapoor - Pyar Zindagi Hai
    06. Lata Mangeshkar - Dil To Hai Dil
    07. Kishore Kumar - O Saathi Re
    08. Hemlata - Wafa Jo Na Ki
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    KALYANJI ANANDJI

    Muqaddar Ka Sikandar

    [engl] An Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Album from the 1978 Hindi film 'Muqaddar Ka Sikandar'. Music by Kalyanji Anandji.
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    26.02.2018
    EAN
    EAN 6038152913637
     
  • 01. Dust To Dust
    02. Matching Mirrors/Morgiana's Prowl 03. Swan Steps
    04. Klara & Viktorie
    05. Prospective Suitor Marek
    06. Red Ghost
    07. Quinine
    08. I Don't Want Any Flowers
    09. Viktorie's Darkest Moment
    10. Message From Marek
    11. Klara's Thirst
    12. Lost In The Tavern
    13. The Cards
    14. Blood Red Roses
    15. Crimson Elixir
    16. Alžbeta behind The Curtain
    17. Kučera Steps
    18. Dust Settles
    19. Morgiana (Opening Titles)
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    LUBOS FISER

    Morgiana

    [engl] Galvanising our ongoing commitment to the lost music of the Czech New Wave cinema movement from the late 1960s and 1970s, Finders Keepers Records follow up our series of previously unreleased music to Valerie And Her Week Of Wonders, Daisies, Saxana and The Little Mermaid with a short series of soundtracks for films by the country’s master of the macabre and the nation’s first point of call for freakish fairytales and hallucinogenic horror, Mr. Juraj Herz. Regarded as the final ever film of the Czech New Wave, Juraj Herz's Morgiana (alongside Valerie And Her Week Of Wonders) was made after the Prague Spring during Czech cinema’s most scrutinised censorship era, deep in the throws of communism. Spearheading a micro-cosmic sub-genre of hor- ror fantasy or scary/fairytales alongside Karel Kachyňa's Malá Mořská Víla (The Little Mermaid), these directors built a handful of subversive, flamboyant and experimental new films based around classical communist approved sur- realist literature; sidestepping creative compromise and uniting some of the leading lights of the FAMU founded film movement for the last time. Both musical scores courtesy of Luboš Fišer unite Valerie and Morgiana; sharing doppelgänger production and compositional ideas presented by Finders Keepers Records for the first time ever outside of the original context of the film. It is easy to hear why the music for both films could easily be confused as part of the same score, or as very close twin sisters, having been recorded just 18 months apart in 1970 and 1972. Revealing tiny shards of identical melodic phrasing, the Morgiana score visits darker hallucinogenic corners for this tale of two sisters seen through the perspective of giallo-esque “cat’s eye” cam- era work (filmed by Jaroslav Kučera) revealing poison induced hysteria fuelled by sibling rivalry and desperately twisted jealousy. Adopting his mys- teriously macabre musical persona, the versatile Fišer interweaves chimes, harps and harpsichord with echoing flutes, lutes and piano, applying his sig- nature orchestral tension and experimental percussion traits in the form of treated pianos, vibra-slaps, tape samples of striking matches and spring reverbs to this oblique heady selection. Revered in similar esteem to that of Czech film legend Zdeněk Liška, Fišer’s unreleased filmography of forward-thinking Czech scores is slowly reaching a wider global audience through his first-ever dedicated commercial soundtrack releases which should, in time, win him the same votes of confidence that we now award the likes of Komeda, Korzyński, Roubaix and Nicolai, amongst other European soundtrack luminaries.
    Format
    10''
    Release-Datum
    30.09.2013
    EAN
    EAN 5060099504501