Original Soundtrack - Super Deluxe Version, (including 4 Tracks Never Released On Vinyl Before, This Feature Is Exclusive To This Edition, See The Tracklisting), 180g Vinyl, Mastered At Half Speed, Heavy Cardboard Old Stoughton Tip-on Sleeve, Obi, Gold Sticker Info We Release Jazz Is Delighted To Present The Official Reissue Of The Original Soundtrack Of Jean-pierre Melvilles 1970 Film Noir Classic Le Cercle Rouge (starring Alain Delon, Bourvil, Gian Maria Volontè, And Yves Montand) Composed By French Soundtrack Master Eric Demarsan, Available On Limited Edition 180g Vinyl Lp Mastered At Half Speed And Including 4 Bonus Tracks Not Available On Previous Pressings Of The Album.
Original Soundtrack - Super Deluxe Version, (including 4 tracks never released on vinyl before, this feature is exclusive to this edition, see the tracklisting), 180g vinyl, mastered at half speed, heavy cardboard old Stoughton tip-on sleeve, obi, gold sticker Info We Release Jazz is delighted to present the official reissue of the original soundtrack of Jean-Pierre Melville’s 1970 film noir classic Le Cercle Rouge (starring Alain Delon, Bourvil, Gian Maria Volontè, and Yves Montand) composed by French soundtrack master Eric Demarsan, available on limited edition 180g vinyl LP mastered at half speed and including 4 bonus tracks not available on previous pressings of the album. Eric Demarsan’s compositions for Le Cercle Rouge draw from the orchestral spirit of the Modern Jazz Quartet (as requested by Melville who loved John Lewis’ work), abstraction and minimalism to create a suspenseful and hypnotizing audio landscape which elegantly underlines the tense atmosphere of unavoidable fate that shrouds the movie and the doleful beauty of its characters. Simply put, it’s the finest combination of underworld existentialism, coldblooded chic, and crime jazz! Le Cercle Rouge boasts the participation of celebrated jazz players Guy Pedersen (bass), Daniel Humair (drums), Georges Arvanitas (piano), and Bernard Lubat (vibraphone). Starting as a collaborator of François de Roubaix and Michel Magne in the 60s, Eric Demarsan went on to become a mainstay of French cinema soundtracks, composing for directors such as Jean-Pierre Mocky, Costa-Gavras, and Patrice Leconte among others. He also recorded the cult album Pop Symphony (for Pierre Cardin in 1970) under the Jason Havelock pseudonym.
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