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Various - Performance: Original Motion Picture Sound Track Mp3

  • Performer: Various
  • Album: Performance: Original Motion Picture Sound Track
  • Label: Warner Bros. Records
  • Catalog #: K 46075
  • MP3: 2484 mb | FLAC: 1718 mb
  • Released: 1974
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Blues Rock, Acoustic, Abstract, Psychedelic, Soundtrack
  • Rating: 4.0/5
  • Votes: 550
  • Category: Electronic / Rock / Funk / Blues / Stage & Screen
Various - Performance: Original Motion Picture Sound Track Mp3

Tracklist

1Ry CooderGet Away
Guitar [Bottleneck Solo] – Ry Cooder
2:05
2Merry Clayton & Bernard KrausePerformance
Vocals – Merry Clayton
1:47
3Bernard Krause & Merry ClaytonPoor White Hound Dog
Vocals – Merry Clayton
2:45
4The Last PoetsWake Up, Niggers
Written-By – Alafia Pudim
2:43
5Buffy Sainte-MarieDyed, Dead, Red
Vocals, Strings [Mouth Bow] – Buffy Sainte-Marie
2:32
6Bernard KrauseNatural Magic1:37
7Ry CooderPowis Square
Guitar [Bottleneck Solo] – Ry Cooder
2:23
8Ry Cooder & Buffy Sainte-MarieThe Hashishin
Dulcimer [Solo] – Ry CooderStrings [Mouth Bow Solo] – Buffy Sainte-Marie
3:35
9Bernard KrauseRolls Royce And Acid1:47
10Jack NitzscheHarry Flowers4:00
11Bernard Krause & The Merry Clayton SingersTurner's Murder
Vocals – The Merry Clayton Singers
4:15
12Randy NewmanGone Dead Train
Written-By – Russ Titelman
2:55
13Mick JaggerMemo From Turner
Vocals – Mick JaggerWritten-By – Mick Jagger, Keith Richard
4:02

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BS 2554Various Performance: Original Motion Picture Sound Track ‎(LP)Warner Bros. RecordsBS 2554US1970
BS 2554Various Performance: Original Motion Picture Sound Track ‎(LP, Album, RE)Warner Bros. RecordsBS 2554USUnknown
WB 46 075Various Performance: Original Motion Picture Sound Track ‎(LP, Album, RE)Warner Bros. RecordsWB 46 075GermanyUnknown
K 46075Various Performance: Original Motion Picture Sound Track ‎(LP, Album, RE)Warner Bros. RecordsK 46075UK1974
BS 2554Various Performance (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(LP, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsBS 2554Canada1970

Credits

  • BassBobby West
  • ConductorRandy Newman
  • DrumsGene Parsons
  • GuitarLowell George, Russ Titelman
  • PercussionMilt Holland
  • Producer, Arranged ByJack Nitzsche
  • SantoorNasser Rastegar-Nejad
  • Synthesizer [Moog]Bernard Krause
  • Written-ByJack Nitzsche (tracks: A1 to A7, B2, B4 to B6)
  • BassBobby West
  • ConductorRandy Newman
  • DrumsGene Parsons
  • GuitarLowell George, Russ Titelman
  • PercussionMilt Holland
  • Producer, Arranged ByJack Nitzsche
  • SantoorNasser Rastegar-Nejad
  • Synthesizer [Moog]Bernard Krause
  • Written-ByJack Nitzsche (tracks: A1 to A7, B2, B4 to B6)

Notes

Palm tree label design with "WEA logo"

A Goodtimes Enterprises Production.
OST of the movie "Performance" directed in 1968 by Donald Cammell / Nicolas Roeg.
A dark, experimental film with the cut-up technique dealing with issue of identity crisis which included graphic depictions of sex, drug use and violence. Warner Bros. studio executives, who believed they were getting a Rolling Stones equivalent of the Beatles "A Hard Day's Night" , denied the film a cinematic release. "Performance" was finally released in 1970 after several recuts and changes but is now frequently cited as a classic of British cinema.

The lyrics of "Memo From Turner" were re-written for this film and so different than on the Rollings Stones "Metamorphosis" LP from 1975.

According to Colin McCabe (in his book "Performance") the Moog synthesizer was so new that none were commercially available and a prototype was used for these recordings in 1968 by Bernie Krause.Original pressing with green labels.

A Goodtimes Enterprises Production.
OST of the movie Performance directed in 1968 by Donald Cammell / Nicolas Roeg.
A dark, experimental film with the cut-up technique dealing with issue of identity crisis which included graphic depictions of sex, drug use and violence. Warner Bros. studio executives, who believed they were getting a Rolling Stones equivalent of the Beatles A Hard Day's Night , denied the film a cinematic release. Performance was finally released in 1970 after several recuts and changes but is now frequently cited as a classic of British cinema.

The lyrics of Memo From Turner were re-written for this film and so different than on the Rollings Stones Metamorphosis LP from 1975.

According to Colin McCabe (in his book Performance) the Moog synthesizer was so new that none were commercially available and a prototype was used for these recordings in 1968 by Bernie Krause.

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