My film scores and musical soundtracks on vinyl consist of the following:
  1. Disney’s Cinderella (1961 Original)
  2. West Side Story (1961 Original Film)
  3. Camelot (1961 Cast Original)
  4. The Pink Panther (1963 Original)
  5. Goldfinger (1964 Original)
  6. The Graduate (1968 Original)
  7. The Sting (1974 Original)
  8. Grease (1978 Original Film)
  9. Pink Floyd’s The Wall (1979 Original)
  10. Xanadu (1980 Original)
  11. The Jazz Singer (1980 Original)
  12. Purple Rain (1984 Original Film)

I also have a recent rerelease of John Denver and The Muppets: A Christmas Together from 1979 and a compilation of the music used in 2001: A Space Odyssey by the Ormandy Philadelphia Orchestra and the Bernstein New York Philharmonic. I also have both Bernstein’s and Heindorf’s original releases of Rhapsody in Blue/An American in Paris (both 1959). I’m in the works of getting my hands on the film recording of The Who’s Tommy. 

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theyoungandoftenspring replied to your post: My film scores and musical soundtracks on vinyl consist of the following:

oh i got the graduate too!

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 butnotinlove replied to your postMy film scores and musical soundtracks on vinyl consist of the following:

Marry me.

I did forget to mention the original film soundtracks for both Grease and Purple Rain. I’ve amended my list but wanted to make sure you guys were aware, because I’m a hubristic motherfucker.

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theyoungandoftenspring replied to your post: Mom just said, “I guess we can see that musical and that play with Capote when we go to New York.”

mike nichols death of a salesman oh my god!!!!!! did you see synecdoche new york where hoffman played a director who was doing a stage adapt of salesman?

You mean, the director who uses younger actors for Death of a Salesman and then proceeds, for the remainder of the movie, to attain a level of crazy that “batshit” does not even begin to describe? Yes, I have. It is one of my favorite films.

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