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John Scott - OST Satan's Slave
John Scott
OST Satan's Slave
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Moscovitch Music)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
‘Satan's Slave' is the latest release from Moscovitch Music (Terror/Prey), the brainchild of producer/compiler Joel Martin (Quiet Village/Velvet Season & The Hearts of Gold/Maxxi & Zeus) whose ‘de Wolfe Music' compilations ‘Bite Hard/Bite Harder' are considered essential primers of the library genre.This Holy Grail Black-Magic British Jazz soundtrack from 1976 is the most requested movie score of cult film composer and top English Jazz saxophonist/flautist - John Scott (Symptoms/Wake in Fright/Craze). For aficionados of rare library music and obscure Horror soundtracks this is an essential album.‘Satan's Slave' - The original soundtrack to Norman J Warren's (Terror/Pre /Inseminoid) nihilistic tale of Witchcraft and occultism conjures an uneasy yet compelling experience for fans of exploitation OST's, and a veritable smorgasboard of dark progressive samples for the producers. The ritualistic tribal beats of ‘Sacrifice' could have been culled from the KPM library catalogue (John Scott was a regular session player for them) while ‘Drive to Alexander's and crash' is forgotten filmic UK Modal Jazz with a tropical flavour which harks back to Scott's legendary Columbia Lansdowne LP from 1967 ‘Communication', a firm Gilles Peterson favourite. ‘A walk in the grounds' is pure mellow heat - fuel for the MPC 2000, with its crisp Fender Rhodes chords and ‘Dusty Fingers' vibe, and ‘Unused Cue' which is an additional recording we discovered on the reels is a fiery free-Jazz odyssey for explorers of the fifth dimension!The complete ‘Satan's Slave' soundtrack, which is being presented here for the first time on any format, has been lovingly remastered from the original half-inch master tapes courtesy of Sean P(Z Records), and sounds as edgy, fresh and relevant as it did back in the swinging seventies.Pour the Absinth, switch off the lights and say a little depraved prayer!
John Scott - OST Fragment
John Scott
OST Fragment
7" | 2016 | EU | Original (Moscovitch Music)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
‘Fragment’ is the next instalment from Moscovitch Music (Terror/Prey), the brainchild of producer/compiler Joel Martin (Quiet Village/Velvet Season & The Hearts of Gold/Maxxi & Zeus) whose ‘de Wolfe Music’ compilations ‘Bite Hard/Bite Harder/Witchfinder General)’ are considered essential primers of the library & soundtrack genre.Composed by veteran English Jazz saxophonist/flautist - John Scott (Symptoms/Wake in Fright/Craze) and musically comparable to classics like Chico Hamilton’s ‘Repulsion’ and Krzysztof Komeda’s ‘Cul-de-sac’, the score to cult horror movie director Norman J Warren’s (Terror/Prey/Inseminoid) unique 11-minute short about a disturbed young woman wandering through a wintry London landscape, is a treasure of unheard British jazz from the Golden era.This EP is almost a companion piece to Scott’s rare Columbia Lansdowne LP ‘Communication’ (1967), a firm Gilles Peterson favourite, with its Conga-tastic version of Ellington’s ‘Caravan’. For fans of filmic UK Jazz this release is a real gem, and there are strong musical connections to the 60s American ‘Third Stream’, Dorothy Ashby, France’s Michel Magne and Francois de Roubaix and of course our own talented composers like Tubby Hayes, Graham Collier and Neil Ardley.‘Ride in a Pontiac’ with its driving bongo rhythm is pure Spy-Jazz (Courtesy of KPM Drummer Barry Morgan) - Remarkably similar in feel to tracks from the legendary ‘All Night Long’ (which also featured John Scott alongside friends such as Tubby Hayes and Johnny Dankworth). ‘Night of Love’ is an evocative mood piece, pensive yet gentle, with an air of Miles Davis’s smoky ‘L'Ascenseur Pour L'Echafaud score while ‘Waiting/Revelation’ begins with a lonely Flute motif which erupts into a percussive hard bop workout worthy of Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers!Prepare yourselves to be transported back to an icy night in Soho where the year is 1965 and you’ve just left Ronnie’s with the haunting flute of Johnny Scott echoing through your mind. It’s 3am and you pull up the collar of your sheepskin…Another Scotch for the road?
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