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Jerry Goldsmith - The Satan Bug album flac

  • Performer: Jerry Goldsmith
  • Album: The Satan Bug
  • FLAC: 1275 mb | MP3: 1572 mb
  • Released: 2007
  • Style: Soundtrack
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 226
Jerry Goldsmith - The Satan Bug album flac


1 Main Title / The Base 03:04
2 Tired Doctor 01:40
3 The Bottle Snatcher 02:55
4 No Answer 01:14
5 Dockside 00:46
6 The Deal 03:11
7 Chemistry Lesson 02:16
8 The Vault 02:10
9 Empty Box 00:41
10 The Telegram / The Killers At Home 02:11
11 The Skin Diver 02:46
12 His Master's Voice / The Phone Call 01:18
13 The Investigator 00:55
14 The Box 01:00
15 The Captives 01:45
16 Escape Route 02:27
17 The Getaway 06:19
18 Lock Up 02:09
19 Instant Death 01:26
20 The Hitchhiker 01:31
21 End Of The Line 02:17
22 Road Block 03:10
23 The Clue / Traffic Jam 01:31
24 The Hidden Bottle / Bail Out / End Title 05:25
Bonus Tracks
25 Bongo Blues / Dockside 01:45
26 Source Music 02:52
27 The Clue 01:01
28 End Title 00:27


  • Producer – Lukas Kendall


Limited Edition of 3000 copies

The screenplay by James Clavell and Edward Anhalt was loosely based on the 1962 novel of the same name by Alistair MacLean, written under the pseudonym Ian Stuart. The film score was composed by Jerry Goldsmith

Jerry Goldsmith has often been considered one of film music history's most innovative and influential composers he has instilled two things in his colleagues in this town. The Satan Bug (1965). The Loner (1965) (TV series theme and 2 episode scores). Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1965) (TV series: 1 episode).

Soundtracks S to T. Salamander (The) (re-recording) (2014/1981) Sand Pebbles (The) (1965) Satan Bug (The) (1965) Sebastian (1968) Seconds/I. 1966/1994) Secret Of Nimh (The) (1982) Seven Days In May (1964) Shadow (The) (1994) Shock Treatment (1964) Six Degrees Of Separation (1993) Sleeping With The Enemy (1991) Small Soldiers (1998) Spiral Road (The) (1962) Stagecoach And The Loner (1966) Star Trek The Motion Picture (1979) Star Trek V The Final Frontier (1989) Star Trek First Contact (1996) Star Trek Insurrection (1998) Star.

The Satan Bug. Von Ryan's Express - starring Frank Sinatra. The Sand Pebbles - mixing Chinese instrumental and thematic elements into the orchestral sound originally conducted by Alfred Newman, this is bold and militaristic in some places and tragically tense in others, the love theme giving rise to the song "And We Were Lovers". Here are some album covers signed by Jerry Goldsmith. Our thanks to Petr Kocanda for permission to use his collection of autographed albums.

Jerrald King "Jerry" Goldsmith (February 10, 1929 – July 21, 2004) was an American composer and conductor most known for his work in film and television scoring.

1965 The Satan Bug (March) (recorded 26, 27 May 64) In Harm's Way (April) (started work on the score in Oct 64) Von Ryan's Express (June) Morituri (Aug) (The Agony and the Ecstasy prelude) (Oct) A Patch of Blue (Dec) To Trap a Spy (Japan 65, US Jan 66) (from "The Man From UNCLE" -64). 1966 Our Man Flint (Jan) The Trouble With Angels (March) Stagecoach (April) The Blue Max (June) (recorded 4 April 66) Seconds (Oct) The Sand Pebbles (Dec). I am a film music buff, and after years of listening I consider Jerry Goldsmith (1929-2004) to be the most interesting composer, and certainly someone whose entire output is worth hearing. I will talk more later. I'll be happy to hear from other fans. Contributor Names. John Sturges (director). Jerry Goldsmith (composer). Jerry Goldsmith (music director and/or conductor). Arthur Morton (orchestrator). USA. MLA citation style: John Sturges, et al. The satan bug. More Films, Videos like this.

Jerry Goldsmith’s 10 Most Indelible Scores. Jon's Most Recent Stories. Randy Newman Supplies the Emotion, and Two New Songs, for ‘Toy Story 4’. ‘Shaft’ With No Isaac Hayes? Heir, Studio Debate New Film’s Music. 7. The Omen (1976) Goldsmith’s sole Oscar winner was a l score for a summer popcorn movie about the Antichrist as a child, complete with Latin lyrics praising Satan. The composer’s music for Gregory Peck being attacked by dogs in a darkened cemetery is among the scariest of the decade. 8. Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) Perhaps the most familiar of all Goldsmith themes (used in many of the Enterprise crew’s subsequent film and TV appearances), this score established the heroic, symphonic sound of Kirk, Spock and company still in use today.