The Missouri Breaks (Original Motion Picture Score) (LP, Album). United Artists Records, United Artists Records. UAS 2. 71, UAS 29971. John Williams (4), Charles Fox - The Missouri Breaks, The Broken Chain (CD, Album, Unofficial).
1. The Missouri Breaks (Main Title). 2. Arrival Of The Rustlers. 3. Love Theme From The Misouri Breaks. 4. The Train Robbery. First Time On CD - Remastered In 1999 - Includes Bonus Tracks From The Original Score.
Sandwiched between John Williams' career-defining scores for the blockbusters Jaws and Star Wars sits his work on The Missouri Breaks, an eccentric and flawed 1976 Western starring Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson. While eschewing the grandiose string arrangements and heroic sweep of the composer's best-known efforts, it's nevertheless one of Williams' most delightful and ambitious scores, applying traditional Western instrumentation like guitar, banjo, and harmonica to melodies rooted in contemporary pop and jazz
For his score, John Williams didn't write in the symphonic style with which he soon became closely associated. Instead, he composed for a small ensemble including guitars, electric bass, harmonicas, and mandolin. When The Missouri Breaks was first issued on CD in 1999 by Rykodisc, the original United Artists Records soundtrack album was the basis of the release, with three bonus tracks from the actual film added ("Main Title", "Train Robbery", "Jane and Logan"). Kritzerland’s new and definitive Missouri Breaks has been derived from the original film scoring session masters, and includes a handful of never-before-heard cues that went unused in the film.
The Missouri Breaks soundtrack from 1976, composed by John Williams. Released by Rykodisc in 1999 (RCD 10748) containing music from The Missouri Breaks (1976). Rykodisc (RCD 10748). Release Date: June 8, 1999. Conducted by John Williams. Format: CD. Music From. The Missouri Breaks (1976). Music By. John Williams. 1. Get this album or track at: 3. Love Theme From The Missouri Breaks. Get this album or track at: 4.
The Missouri Breaks: Jane And Logan - Film Version - John Williams.
Ennio Morricone, Leroy Holmes - The Vice Of Killing from the motion picture "For A Few Dollars More" 02:26. Laurence Rosenthal - Return Of Man Called Horse-The Buffalo Hunt 04:46. Jerry Goldsmith - The Hour Of The Gun-Main Theme 02:46. Dominic Frontiere - Hang 'Em High-Main Theme 02:57. Jerry Fielding - Chato's Land-Main Title 04:40. John Towner Williams - The Missouri Breaks-Jane And Logan - Film Version 03:45. Basil Poledouris - Quigley Down Under-Main Theme 04:29. Elmer Bernstein - The Hallelujah Trail (Overture) 03:26.
|A1||The Missouri Breaks (Main Title)||2:45|
|A2||Arrival Of The Rustlers||2:00|
|A3||Love Theme From The Misouri Breaks||2:55|
|A4||The Train Robbery||2:16|
|B1||Love Theme (Reprise)||3:40|
|B2||Crossing The Missouri||2:10|
|B5||The Horse Rustlers||2:13|
|B6||Love Theme (End Title)||3:23|
- Illustration – B. Peak*
- Music By – John Williams
- Producer – Elliott Kastner, Robert M. Sherman*
- Written-By – Thomas McGuane
NotesIt comes with OBi strip and 1 insert sheet (in japanese)
|UA-LA623-G||John Williams||The Missouri Breaks (Original MGM Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||UA-LA623-G||US||1976|
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