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Bandolero! Soundtrack, Limited Edition, Special Edition
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Audio CD, Soundtrack, Limited Edition, May 14, 2013
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November 9, 2015
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase
I saw the film Bandolero some time in 1968. I purchased the original LP soundtrack recording when it became available. Then I could really appreciate the originality of the Jerry Goldsmith score. I was born in Texas and lived in Texas most of my life. In 1969 I had two Norwegian cousins, one older and one younger, visiting Texas and the United States, the younger one for the first time. And the younger one was fascinated by all things "Western" and especially the "Old West". The Alamo Village at Brackettville, Texas, was one of the required sites for the younger Norwegian to visit. I was surprised myself at the size and the completeness of the Village. Goldsmith had written multiple "Western" film and television scores before this one. However, this one with many imaginative and unusual instrumentation techniques may be his best. That original LP that I had is long gone, but, this CD includes the original film score as offered on that earlier LP plus adding some bonus demo tracks never before released. Also presented is a new extended version of the original score giving this CD some seventy-eight minutes plus of this delightful music. Repeated listenings bring new discoveries with almost every spin!
April 26, 2009
Format: Audio CD
This now deleted extended version of Jerry Goldsmith's score shows just how much fun he could have with even the most throwaway of films. Goldsmith's Western sound is worlds away from Elmer Bernstein, sharing the south of the border influences but using them in a completely different, much more contemporary way - this is unmistakeably a 60s score, but hasn't dated the way so many `now' scores of the day have because of its solid foundations. And that unused disco version of the main theme is pure genius. A very limited edition that's long been deleted, this includes both the original soundtrack cues (totalling 44 minutes) and the LP rerecording (27 minutes) as well as two unused demo cues. You may have to pay a bit over the odds for it, if you're a Jerry Goldsmith fan you'll have no complaints.