1969 Soundtrack

Mike Curb - The Original Hot Wheels Soundtrack (1969)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Jan. 31, 2017
Mike Curb - The Original Hot Wheels Soundtrack (1969)

Mike Curb - The Original Hot Wheels Soundtrack (1969)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 44 mb
Genre: soundtrack, bubble gum pop, pop rock

This is the 1969 soundtrack to the TV series Hot Wheels, also shown on the cover as The Original Hot Wheels Soundtrack. It is by Mike Curb and was released through the Forward label.
Pink Floyd - More (Soundtrack) (1969) {1987 Capitol CD, CDP 7 46386-2; made in Japan}

Pink Floyd - More (Soundtrack) (1969) {1987 Capitol CD, CDP 7 46386-2; made in Japan}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 191 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 103 mb
Genre: soundtrack, progressive rock

More is the 1969 soundtrack album by The Pink Floyd. It is the group's second album and this is the first digital version, released in 1987 and pressed in Japan, made for the U.S. market.

Piero Piccioni - Camille 2000 (Soundtrack) (1969)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Feb. 6, 2016
Piero Piccioni - Camille 2000 (Soundtrack) (1969)

Piero Piccioni - Camille 2000 (Soundtrack) (1969)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 137 mb
Genre: soundtrack, jazz, easy listening

Camille 2000 is the 1969 soundtrack album by Piero Piccioni. Directed by Radkey Metzger, the music is a splendid mixture of jazz and easy listening pleasures. This is from the 1998 compact disc released by Italian label Easy Tempo.

Ustad Vilayat Khan - The Guru (Original Sound Track) (1969)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Aug. 30, 2015
Ustad Vilayat Khan - The Guru (Original Sound Track) (1969)

Ustad Vilayat Khan - The Guru (Original Sound Track) (1969)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 84 mb
Genre: soundtrack, Indian classical

The Guru is the 1969 soundtrack to a film by director James Ivory, with music by Ustad Vilayat Khan. Khan is joined by Ustad Imrat Khan on surbahar and sitar, Ustad Shakoor Khan on sarangi and Pandit Shanta Prasad on tabla. Actor Michael York, who stars in the film, does vocals in "Tom's Boat Song" while Ustad Zinda Hasan Khan and Ustad Fayez Ahmed Khan contribute their voices to "Concert in the Haunted Palace (Rag Malkauns)".

Young Flowers - (1968 - 1969) (1997)  Music

Posted by napak88 at March 4, 2011
Young Flowers - (1968 - 1969) (1997)

Young Flowers - (1968 - 1969) (1997)
EAC Rip | APE, IMG+CUE+LOG | Full Cover | 504 MB
Blues Rock, Heavy Psych, Psychedelic Rock

Comprised of guitarist Peer Frost, bassist Peter Ingemann, and drummer Ken Gudmand, the Danish band Young Flowers played heavy, bluesy psychedelic rock that was heavily derivative of Jimi Hendrix and Cream. They issued a couple albums in the late '60s, and some live and radio sessions have also appeared on CD.

Smith - A Group Called Smith (1969)  Music

Posted by pgf000 at Feb. 16, 2011
Smith - A Group Called Smith (1969)

Smith - A Group Called Smith (1969)
Rock/Blues | MP3 CBR 320kbps | 50:50 | 142 Mb | full scans

Basically a mainstream pop/rock band with hard rock and soul-influenced arrangements, Smith hit the Top Ten in 1969 with their drastically revised cover of the Shirelles' "Baby It's You." Featuring three lead singers and a B-3 Hammond organ, their strongest asset was their most frequent vocalist, Gayle McCormick, an accomplished female blue-eyed soul belter. The 1995 CD reissue on the Varese Saranbande label of their 1969 debut album (LP Dunhill 50056) A Group Called Smith, adds five significant bonus tracks: the singles "Take A Look Around" and "What Am I Gonna Do," Gayle McCormick's solo singles "Gonna Be Alright Now" and "It's A Cryin' Shame," and Smith's version of "The Weight," which orginally was included on the Easy Rider 1969 soundtrack album, even though the Band's original version was the one used in the film.
David Bowie - Sound + Vision (2014) {4CD Box Set Parlophone DBSAVX 1 rec 1969-1994}

David Bowie - Sound + Vision (2014) {4CD Box Set Parlophone DBSAVX 1 rec 1969-1994}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 2.01 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 705 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (png) -> 1.42 Gb | 5% repair rar
© 1969-94, 2014 Parlophone Records | DBSAVX 1 / 0825646237784
Rock / Pop / Experimental Rock / Psychedelic Rock / Glam Rock

The Sound+Vision 4 cd boxset covers DAVID BOWIE s career from 1969 to 1994 starting with the acoustic demo version of his first hit, Space Oddity to the return to his Bromley roots for the soundtrack to Hanif Kureishi s The Buddha Of Suburbia which is often cited as the most underrated piece in the Bowie canon. Sound+Vision is a collection spanning four decades, covering the 21 albums from Space Oddity through to The Buddha Of Suburbia. It s a rich survey of David Bowie's many musical lives offering a generous helping of hits, an intriguing dip into archives, classic album tracks and long lost B-sides, explosive live recordings, soundtrack recordings and remixes.
Henry Mancini - The Great Race: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2017) {3CD Box Set, Limited Edition}

Henry Mancini - The Great Race: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2017) {3CD Box Set, Limited Edition}
EAC Rip | WavPack (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 759 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 352 Mb
Full Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 101 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Film Score / Soundtrack / Orchestral / Easy Listening / Instrumental Pop / Classical
La-La Land Records / Warner Bros. / RCA Victor / Sony Music #LLLCD 1372

The Great Race is a 1965 American Technicolor slapstick comedy film starring Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, and Natalie Wood, directed by Blake Edwards, written by Blake Edwards and Arthur A. Ross, and with music by Henry Mancini and cinematography by Russell Harlan. The movie cost US$12 million ($79,431,238.10 in 2016 dollars), making it the most expensive comedy film at the time. Before the film was released, the soundtrack was re-recorded in Hollywood by RCA Victor Records for release on vinyl LP. Henry Mancini spent six weeks composing the score, and the recording involved some 80 musicians. Mancini collaborated with lyricist Johnny Mercer on several songs including "The Sweetheart Tree", a waltz released as a single.
Scott Walker - Scott 1-4 (1967-1969) 4CDs, Remastered 2000 [Re-Up]

Scott Walker - Scott 1-4 (1967-1969) 4CD [Remastered 2000]
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 1 Gb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 480 Mb | Scans included
AM Pop, Baroque Pop, Chanson, Pop/Rock | Label: Fontana | Time: 02:34:08

One of the most enigmatic figures in rock history, Scott Walker was known as Scotty Engel when he cut obscure flop records in the late '50s and early '60s in the teen idol vein. He then hooked up with John Maus and Gary Leeds to form the Walker Brothers. They weren't named Walker, they weren't brothers, and they weren't English, but they nevertheless became a part of the British Invasion after moving to the U.K. in 1965. They enjoyed a couple of years of massive success there (and a couple of hits in the U.S.) in a Righteous Brothers vein. As their full-throated lead singer and principal songwriter, Walker was the dominant artistic force in the group, who split in 1967. While remaining virtually unknown in his homeland, Walker launched a hugely successful solo career in Britain with a unique blend of orchestrated, almost MOR arrangements with idiosyncratic and morose lyrics. At the height of psychedelia, Walker openly looked to crooners like Sinatra, Jack Jones, and Tony Bennett for inspiration, and to Jacques Brel for much of his material. None of those balladeers, however, would have sung about the oddball subjects – prostitutes, transvestites, suicidal brooders, plagues, and Joseph Stalin – that populated Walker's songs.
Ennio Morricone - La monaca di Monza (1969) + La califfa (1970) Original Motion Picture Soundtracks, 2LP in 1 CD, 2014

Ennio Morricone - La monaca di Monza (1969) + La califfa (1970)
Original Motion Picture Soundtracks, 2LP in 1 CD, Remastered Limited Edition 2014

EAC | FLAC (Image) + cue.+log ~ 397 Mb | Mp3, CBR320 kbps ~ 175 Mb | Scans ~ 93 Mb
Soundtrack, Score | Label: Quartet Records | # QR156 | Time: 01:16:43

Quartet Records presents a new, remastered edition of two Ennio Morricone scores from 1969/1970, written for movies featuring strong female protagonists. Directed by Eriprando Visconti, La monaca di Monza (1969) is widely credited as one of the cornerstones of the nunsploitation subgenre which bloomed in the 1970s. Based on a true story about Sister Virginia de Leyva, the film is about a nun who starts a forbidden romance with an Italian nobleman. Set in the tumultuous 17th century, the film features a brief but passionate Morricone score, highlighted by a tragic romantic theme, a lovely pastoral theme for the couple’s child and Baroque-flavored action cues for the Spanish pursuers. Made a year later, Alberto Bevilacqua’s La califfa (1970) stars Romy Schneider and Ugo Tognazzi in a forbidden romance with a more contemporary setting. Based on the director’s own novel, the story follows the romance of an industrialist and the widow of a worker who used to work in his factory. The 20-page full-color booklet features many illustrations and a detailed discussion of both scores by Gergely Hubai, who also provides trackby- track analyses for these masterful works.