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Sebastian Limited Collector's Edition, Soundtrack

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Complete original soundtrack from 1968 mod-era spy tale set within British Intelligence. Entire score presented from mono elements as heard in picture, courtesy Paramount Pictures. CD also offers original 1968 Dot label album produced by Goldsmith (and Dot producer Tom Mack) way back when! And another extra! Intrada CD offers unused Tristram Cary music, including variety of Sputnik Code sequences, all in stereo, all courtesy Tristram Cary estate. Original Dot Motion Picture Score Album 1. Main Title 2:32 2. You Gotta Let Me Go 2:41 3. The Decoders 2:35 4. Checkmate 2:13 5. Carol's Apartment 2:57 6. Comes The Night (Goldsmith-Shaper) 2:38 7. Night Scene 1:11 8. The Trip 2:27 9. Sputnik Code (Tristram Cary) 1:51 10. First Day At Work 3:21 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 11. The Red Insect 2:30 12. Main Title 3:56 13. First Day At Work 3:14 14. The Decoders 2:49 15. Night Scene 1:01 16. Juke Box Jury Number 0:12 17. A Matter For Thought 0:35 18. A Visit To Carol 0:58 19. Under Observation (Checkmate #2) 0:35 20. The Pursuit (Checkmate #3) 1:04 21. Checkmate (Checkmate #1) 0:56 22. In A Bad Way 0:55 23. The Interior Decorator 0:28 24. Caught In The Act 0:32 25. No Answer (Carol's Apartment #2) 1:07 26. A New Assignment 0:54 27. Jodrell Bank 1:09 28. The Wrong Address (Carol's Apartment #1) 1:43 29. Comes The Night (Carol's Theme)(Goldsmith-Shaper) 2:02 30. The Trip 1:55 31. The Right Address 0:49 32. End Title 3:40 Unused Tristram Cary Material 33. Sputnik Code Revision - Code With Morse 1:37 34. Sputnik Code Revision - Code Without Morse 0:11 35. Sputnik Code Revision - Proper Speed (Full Mix) 3:56 36. Loop 1 - Clicks And Scrapes 0:56 37. Loop 2 - Electronic Codes 0:55 38. Loop 3 - Rattle And Low Notes 0:48 39. Sputnik Code - Very Wild Mix 2:10 40. Sputnik Code - Mix With Code 1:48 41. Final Code Mix - With 10-Second Pulse Removed 1:09 42. Code 1 1:08 43. Code 3 1:04 44. Assorted Sounds For Titles 2:20

Product Details

  • Audio CD
  • Original Release Date: 1968
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Collector's Edition, Soundtrack
  • Label: Intrada
  • Run Time: 77 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #216,622 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Levy on November 14, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Okay so this might be a vinyl transfer from the controversial Harkit but quite frankly 'Sebastian' should have been re-released years ago. There are many independant labels out there who have had no choice but to use vinyl as their source and in comparison Harkit have done a good job. So until someone like Intrada pull their finger out and release a definitive edition, this vinyl transfer will be the only way you or I can legitametely hear it without spending time and money tracking down the original Dot release.

Jerry Goldsmith is one of only a handful of composers who pushed the creative bounds of composition for film and TV - his career in both mediums spanned 6 decades and garnered 4 emmys, 1 oscar and 17 oscar nominations.

Sebastian's 11 tracks consists of 9 Goldsmith originals (counting his arrangement of Bach and the music for both versions of vocal track Here Comes The Night ), 1 vocal track 'You Gotta Let Me Go' (wrongly ascribed to Goldsmith) and a short electronic cue by Tristram Cary. Composed in 1968, just prior to his groundreaking dissonant score for 'Planet Of The Apes', Sebastian might be considered a piece of fluff in comparison but it is fluff of the highest order. The core of Sebastian's score is reminiscent of his previous spy/secret agent scores for both 'Flints (released as a twofer by Varese) and TV's 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.' (released in 3 volumes by FSM) - modish (Sebastian), dramatic (Carol's Appartment), psychedelic (The Trip) and on 'The Decoders' J.S. Bach receives a cheeky jazz make-over.

Warning: Tracks 12-23 are bonus electronic squiggles by the electronica pioneer Tristram Cary whose CV included Dr. Who. Respectfully these are one time listens for anyone but devotees of electronica.

Harkit's sleeve notes are informative with bios of the major players and includes plenty of pictures.
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By wizzy on April 18, 2015
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excellent! Cheap! fast! great! thanks!
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ron Hardcastle on February 27, 2014
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I found this very unlike any of the many Jerry Goldsmith soundtracks I've bought over the year. Frankly, I was lucky to find someone who was looking for it and happily sold it to him for what I paid for it, although I paid the shipping. I've never been so disappointed with a Jerry Goldsmith soundtrack in my life, so I strongly recommend that anyone considering buying it try to sample the music BEFORE they place their order!
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