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BLOW OUT-Original Soundtrack Recording

Pino Donaggio Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (January 1, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B000E1Z4OM
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #510,959 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Theme from BLOW OUT
2. Jack Saves Sally
3. Hospital to Motel
4. Jack on the Move *
5. Jack Cuts Pictures
6. Freddie Is Miked/Freddie and The Mobsters/Dead Freddie
7. Jack and Sally in Café #2/ Burke Kills Redhead
8. Jack Discovers Gunshot
9. Jack Hides the Tape an film
10. Burke at Phone booth / Burke & Manners/Evil Burke #1*
11. Sally Slugs Karp
12. Evil Burke #1*/Jack on Phone to Donahue/Burke Calls Sally
13. Burke to Phone booth/Burke Kills Hooker
14. Sally To Station
15. Burke Meets Sally/Jack runs through Station/ Runs After Sally
16. Car through Glass Window
17. Burke Kills Sally
18. Jack Kills Burke
19. Good Scream-End Credits

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3000 UNIT LIMITED COLLECTORS EDITION By 1980, Brian De Palma had become widely regarded as one of American’s most popular – and most controversial – directors of contemporary suspense films. Blow Out combined elements of recent political intrigue – Watergate, Chappaquiddick, the assassination of JFK – into an homage and updating of Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1966 film Blow-Up. To provide a musical score for his vision, De Palma turned to his frequent composer, Pino Donaggio. A successful songwriter and Italian pop star for more than a decade, This remarkable score for a remarkable film set Donaggio firmly at the forefront of the thriller genre.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
After "Dressed to Kill", DePalma and Donaggio collaborated again on this thriller that borrowed from "The Conversation" and "Blow-Up," though not as good as either, really, but still, an admirable film with good performances and this fine score.

A melancholy main theme recurs throughout - the orchestration is stellar, and probably the most money Pino ever had to spend on a New York orchestra. There are some early 80s flourishes with electric piano and sinister percussion, and some take-or-leave source cues. "Fireworks" and "Sally's Death" are the PinoHilights for my ear, and reach back to the great melancholy of "Laura's Theme" (The Last Farewell) from Pino's great score for Roeg's "Don't Look Now."

A must have for any Donaggio fan.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Long Awaited Gem May 10, 2010
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When I first saw the movie Blowout I liked the music that was in this film from the first viewing. I wanted to purchase the soundtrack but it was not available for many years after the films release. So I added it to my list of motion picture soundtracks that where never released but always wanted to purchase. From time to time I would search the internet for these items. So you could imagine my surprise when the soundtrack showed up online here. I new from the second I saw it I was going to purchase this soundtrack. It goes together so well with the film. It is also the kind of soundtrack that when you think of scences from the movie you remember the music that accompanied them or when you listen to the soundtrack you can envision what was happening in the film at the time the song played. On of the best themes is the end theme where John Travolta is holding Nancy Allen through the slow motion fireworks all the way through to the end titles. Also many other memerable themes from John jumping into the lake to swim to the drowning car or the car chase music through the liberty day parade or Nancy going down to the subway platform. This was a favorite John Travolta film of mine and a excellent soundtrack that accompanied the film. I am so glad that somebody out there had the sense to release this import soundtrack since the states here in america feel there was no need for a soundtrack. Too many great films are missing soundtracks and that is a shame for movie soundtrack fans who like to make a collection. Every track here is great as was the movie. The soundtrack also contains a booklet in the front cover with many photographs from the film and is a rare limited edition cd that is numbered on the front and back cover of the number copy you purchased out of the numbers printed for release. Read more ›
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