Ken Thorne - Juggernaut - The Bed Sitting Room FLAC album
Genre: Stage and Screen
Title: Juggernaut - The Bed Sitting Room
Style: Soundtrack, Score
FLAC version ZIP size: 1564 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1711 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1386 mb
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JUGGERNAUT and THE BED SITTING ROOM. Music Composed and Conducted by Ken Thorne. By the time of 1974�s Juggernaut, Richard Lester was known for his two wonderful Beatles� films, A Hard Day�s Night and Help!, the film version of the Broadway show A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, as well as The Knack, The Bed Sitting Room, and How I Won the War, all of which were. The scores for both films were written by Lester�s frequent musical collaborator, Ken Thorne. Thorne�s score for Juggernaut is very brief but very effective � it is filled with tension, has some great action scoring when the bomb squad is parachuting aboard the Brittanic, and his music heightens every scene in which it�s used. There�s also a very pretty theme to accompany scenes with Shirley Knight and Omar Sharif, but mostly his music plays the same cat and mouse game that the characters play.
ПодписатьсяПодпискаПодписка. Juggernaut, The Bed Sitting Room. Rough Seas, Coming Aboard. Deck Chair Conversation. A Speck of Dust in the Eye of the Universe.
The Bed-Sitting Room is a satirical play by Spike Milligan and John Antrobus. It began as a one-act play which was first produced on 12 February 1962 at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury, England, where it received good local notices. However, it made little impact on London's theatrical scene for over a year, when it was adapted to a longer play and Bernard Miles put it on at the Mermaid Theatre, where it was first performed on 31 January 1963 before transferring several weeks later to the Duke of York's Theatre in London's West En. lt;ref It was memorably presented. Juggernaut, The Bed Sitting Room released: 2010. Inspector Clouseau released: 2009. Superman: The Music (1978-1988) released: 2008.
Thorne's score for The Bed Sitting Room is the polar opposite of Juggernaut – whimsical, jaunty, rueful, and filled with one great melody after another. Thorne was really adept at writing comedy scores, in a way that few composers are. And he especially had an affinity for complimenting Lester's visuals. The source material for both scores came from Mr. Thorne's personal tapes. For Juggernaut, those tapes had the entire brief score, save for one cue, the end titles.
Media in category "Ken Thorne" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total. Thorne began his musical career as a pianist with the big bands of England during the 1940s, playing at night clubs and the dance halls. The soundtrack album also includes a song from the film's composer, Ken Thorne. Genres: Pop rock, psychedelic pop. Origin: Los Angeles, California, .
The Bed Sitting Room is a 1969 British comedy film directed by Richard Lester, starring an ensemble cast of British comic actors, and based on the play of the same name. It was entered into the 19th Berlin International Film Festival. The film is an absurdist, post-apocalyptic, satirical black comedy. The film is set in London on the third or fourth anniversary of a nuclear war which lasted two minutes and twenty-eight seconds, including signing the peace treaty.
Ken Thorne was born on January 26, 1924 in East Dereham, Norfolk, England. The Bed Sitting Room (1969). The Touchables (1968). He is known for his work on Superman II (1980), Superman III (1983) and Brother Sun, Sister Moon (1972). The Bed Sitting Room.
|2||Rough Seas / Coming Aboard|
|3||Deck Chair Conversation|
|5||A Speck Of Dust In The Eye Of The Universe|
|6||Fallon And The Bomb / Get Me Bckland !|
|7||Red Wire / Blue Wire ?|
|The Bed Sitting Room|
|10||Mrs Ethel's Stroke|
|13||Father's Truck / The Police|
|14||A Chest Of Drawers / Finale|
|Bonus Tracks From Juggernaut|
|15||Source Music 1|
|16||Backstage At The Ballet|
|17||Source Music 2|
- Mastered At – Digital Outland
- Mastered By – James Nelson
NotesLimited edition to 1000.
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