John Williams , Lublak, Rickygianco - Love Theme From The Missouri Breaks / Hang Up Your Troubles album FLAC
Artist: John Williams, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, John Towner Williams. Album: Scored! - Western Movie Music. Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Jerry Goldsmith - Wild Rovers (Theme) 03:37. Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Ry Cooder - The Long Riders (Main Title) 03:20. Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, John Towner Williams, John Williams: best 2 tracks. John Towner Williams, Superman I Soundtrack - Prelude and Main Title March Superman: The Movie, 2005 05:29.
Missouri Breaks: Love Theme. 14. Missouri Breaks: The Train Robbery. 15. Missouri Breaks: Bizarre Wake.
Of course the highlight - "LOVE THEME (FROM MISSOURI BREAKS)", sketched out by Williams with a gentle melody for solo guitar, chimes, electric harpsichord and harmonica - a bittersweet love song between Jane Braxton (Kathleen Lloyd) and Tom Logan (Jack Nicholson) interweave throughout the score. And the bonus tracks (Film Versions) is like finding a goldmine, your first impluse is to yell - "gold, gold, I just found gold".
The Missouri Breaks is a 1976 American epic western film starring Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson. The film was directed by Arthur Penn, with supporting performances by Randy Quaid, Harry Dean Stanton, Frederic Forrest, John McLiam and Kathleen Lloyd. The score was composed by John Williams. The title of the movie refers to a forlorn and very rugged area of north central Montana, where over eons the Missouri River has made countless deep cuts or "breaks" in the land.
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16. Jane and Logan (Film Version) (3:45). 23. Harmonica Cue 13-2 (00:29) CD2 01. The Missouri Breaks (Main Title) (02:48). 13. Love Theme (End Title) (03:23).
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. Love Theme from the Missouri Breaks. feat: John Williams & the Universal Orchestra.
|A||–John Williams||Love Theme From The Missouri Breaks|
|B||–Lublak, Rickygianco*||Hang Up Your Troubles|