John Barry - The Cotton Club (Original Motion Picture Sound Track) (LP, Album)

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Geffen Records
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GEF 70260
Vinyl ( LP , Album , Stereo )
Jazz,Stage & Screen


Media Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good (VG)


The Mooche 
3:29 Min
Cotton Club Stomp #2 
2:40 Min
Drop Me Off In Harlem 
3:03 Min
Creole Love Call 
3:01 Min
Ring Dem Bells 
2:46 Min
East St. Louis Toodle-O 
3:20 Min
2:00 Min
Ill Wind 
2:17 Min
Cotton Club Stomp #1 
2:49 Min
Mood Indigo 
3:34 Min
Minnie The Moocher 
3:07 Min
Copper Colored Gal 
1:15 Min
Dixie Kidnaps Vera 
2:37 Min
The Depression Hits/Best Beats Sandman 
2:42 Min
Daybreak Express Medley 
3:43 Min

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Soundtrack to [a=Francis Ford Coppola] movie "Cotton Club", starring Richard Gere, Gregory Hines, Diane Lane, Lonette McKee, co-starring Bob Hoskins, James Remar, Nicolas Cage, Allen Garfield and Fred Gwynne. Music by John Barry, Director of Photography Stephen Goldblatt, B.S.C., Costumes designed by Milena Canonero, Production Designer Richard Sylbert, Supervising Editor Barry Malkin, Producer Consultant Milton Forman, Co-Producers Sylvio Tabet and Fred Roos, Executive Producer Syson Lovell, Line Producer Barrie M. Osbourne & Joseph Cusumano, Story by William Kennedy & Francis Coppola and Mario Puzo, Screenplay by William Kennedy & Francis Coppola, Produced by Robert Evans. ⓒ 1984 ORION Pictures Corporation.

Recorded and Mixed at A&R Recording and Clinton Recording using Sony and Mitsubishi digital recording equipement.
Originally mastered at Masterdisk, New York.

Track A1 originally from 1928, Track A2 originally from 1930, Track A3 originally from 1933, Track A4 originally from 1928, Track A5 originally from 1930, Track A6 originally from 1927, Track A7 originally from 1935, Track B1 originally from 1934 (Quotation from "Stormy Weather 1933), Track B2 originally from 1929, Track B3 originally from 1931, Track B4 originally from 1931, Track B5 originally from 1936, Track B8 originally from 1934, includes "Wall Street Wail - 1930", "Slippery Horn - 1933" and "High Life - 1929".

Original sound recording made by Totally Independent Ltd.

Made in the Netherlands, Distributed by CBS Records / CBS Disques S.A.


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