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Harry Gregson-Williams & VA - The Martian: Deluxe Soundtrack (2015) 2CDs

Posted By: Efgrapha
Harry Gregson-Williams & VA - The Martian: Deluxe Soundtrack (2015) 2CDs

Harry Gregson-Williams & VA - The Martian: Deluxe Soundtrack (2015) 2CDs
EAC | FLAC (Tracks) + cue.+log ~ 419 Mb | Scans ~ 55 Mb
Label: Columbia | # 88875167102 | Time: 01:21:22
Soundtrack, Score, Ambient, Disco, R&B, Pop/Rock

The Martian Deluxe Soundtrack is compiled of both 'Songs From The Martian' and 'The Martian: Original Motion Picture Score'. 'Songs From The Martian' is the companion Soundtrack to the film The Martian, the action adventure directed by Ridley Scott, starring Matt Damon in the lead role as Astronaut Mark Watney. The '70s-laden album is comprised of some of the greatest classics from disco's golden era (tracklist below) including "Turn The Beat Around" (Vickie Sue Robinson), "Hot Stuff" (Donna Summer), "Rock The Boat" (Hues Corporation), "Waterloo" (ABBA), and "I Will Survive"(Gloria Gaynor), and others. 'The Martian: Original Motion Picture Score' is composed by Harry Gregson-Williams (The Shrek Franchise, X- Men Origins, Man On Fire, The Chronicles Of Narnia). Gregson-Williams also previously scored director Ridley Scott's 2005 movie 'Kingdom Of Heaven.'

The O'Jays - The O'Jays in Philadelphia (1970) Remastered 2013 [Re-Up]

Posted By: Designol
The O'Jays - The O'Jays in Philadelphia (1970) Remastered 2013 [Re-Up]

The O'Jays - The O'Jays in Philadelphia (1970) Remastered 2013
XLD | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 198 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 70 Mb | Scans ~ 71 Mb
Philly Soul, Pop-Soul, R&B | Label: Big Break | # CDBBR 0229 | Time: 00:30:05

Contrary to what its title suggests, The O'Jays in Philadelphia isn't a live album. Rather, the title of this studio date refers to the beginning of their association with Philly's R&B scene and producers/songwriters Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff. What they didn't know in 1969 was just how long and fruitful that association would end up being. This album wasn't the major hit that Back Stabbers would be, but not for lack of strong material. From "One Night Affair" to "Let Me in Your World," this superb album is quintessential Philly soul. While Eddie Levert's gospel-influenced belting is as gritty as anything that came from Stax Records, the production is as notably sleek. A few years later, Gamble & Huff would produce a longer, heavily syncopated version of "Affair" for Jerry Butler that some soul historians exalt as the first disco single.