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David Bowie

The Man Who Fell to Earth


The first release of the soundtrack to David Bowie's 1976 cult film 'The Man Who Fell To Earth containing seminal pieces written for the film by John Phillips and Stomu Yamashta. The film itself reached cult status due to Bowie's outstanding performance, and confirmed the film's director Nic Roeg, and book's author Walter Tevis, as champions of their respective fields. The music, highly celebrated but until now unavailable as a body of work, can now finally be acknowledged in its own light. Little is known, and much has been asked, as to why the soundtrack was never originally released, but due to lost tapes recently being uncovered it is now possible to present the original recordings. John Phillips of the Mamas and Papas composed and recorded much of the music for the film. The majority of Phillips' compositions have been unavailable for 40 years, until now.

Tracklist
  • 1Poker Diceby Stomu Yamash'ta
    2Blueberry Hill (Single Version)by Gordon Jenkins Orchestra And Choir and Louis Armstrong
    3Jazz IIby John Phillips
    4The Planets, Op. 32 Venus, The Bringer Of Peaceby Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and George Hurst
    5Boys From The Southby John Phillips
    633 1/3by Stomu Yamash'ta
    7Rhumba Boogieby John Phillips
    8Try To Rememberby The The Kingston Trio
    9Mandalaby Stomu Yamash'ta
    10Americaby John Phillips
    11Wind Wordsby Stomu Yamash'ta
    12Jazzby John Phillips

    Disc 2
    1One Wayby Stomu Yamash'ta
    2Space Capsuleby John Phillips
    3Bluegrass Breakdownby John Phillips
    4Desert Shackby John Phillips
    5Memory Of Hiroshimaby Stomu Yamash'ta
    6Windowby John Phillips
    7Albertoby John Phillips
    8The Planets, Op. 32 Mars,The Bringer Of War (Excerpt)by Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and George Hurst
    9Liar, Liarby John Phillips
    10Hello Mary Louby John Phillips
    11Silent Nightby Queen's Hall Light Orchestra & Robert Farnon
    12Love Is Coming Backby Genevieve Waite and John Phillips
    13The Man Who Fell To Earth (Demo)by John Phillips

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