Taxi Driver (Original Soundtrack Recording) – Bernard Herrmann - 1976 Audiophile 180 Grm LP
Bernard Herrmann – Taxi Driver (Original Soundtrack Recording)
Music On Vinyl – MOVLP492, Arista – none
At The Movies –
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 gram
06 Dec 2012
Jazz, Funk / Soul, Stage & Screen
Soundtrack, Jazz-Funk, Score
A1 Theme From "Taxi Driver" 4:06
Alto Saxophone – Tom Scott
A2 I Work The Whole City 2:24
A3 Betsy In A White Dress 2:13
A4 The Days Do Not End 4:05
A5 Reprise: Theme From "Taxi Driver" 2:24
B1 Diary Of A Taxi Driver 4:28
Voice [Narration] – Robert De Niro
B2 Theme From "Taxi Driver" 3:35
B3 The .44 Magnum Is A Monster 3:11
B4 Sport And Iris 2:17
B5 God's Lonely Man (End Title) 1:52
Pressed By – Record Industry – 91634
Mastered At – Battery Studios, New York
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment
Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment
Manufactured By – Music On Vinyl B.V.
Distributed By – Music On Vinyl B.V.
Manufactured For – Sony Music Entertainment
Produced For – Neely Plumb Productions
Arranged By, Conductor – David Blume (tracks: A1 to A5)
Artwork [Cover Art] – Guy Peellaert
Composed By – Bernard Herrmann
Conductor – Bernard Herrmann (tracks: B1 to B5)
Design – Nancy Greenberg
Engineer – Don Henderson, Kevin Cleary, Mickey Crawford
Photography By [Back Cover] – Steve Shapiro*
Producer – Neely Plumb
Remastered By [Mastered By] – Tim Sturges
Music On Vinyl "At The Movies" series release.
180 gram LP in black, poly-lined inner sleeve.
Back Cover & Center Label Rim Text:
"Originally released ℗ & © 1976 Arista Records. This release & © 2012 Sony Music Entertainment: manufactured & distributed by Music On Vinyl B.V. for Sony Music Entertainment. Made in the EU."
Arista logo appears on center labels, but no Arista catalog number present.
Hype Sticker Text (resealable outer sleeve):
"Multiple Award Winning Soundtrack of the Scorcese Classic Composed By Bernard Herrmann
180 gram audiophile vinyl"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout (Runout Text, Side A): 91634 IA MOVLP 492
Matrix / Runout (Runout Text, Side B): 91634 IB MOVLP 492
Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
" American composer Bernard Herrmann's last film score was for director Martin Scorsese's (and writer Paul Schrader's) deeply unsettling, Dostoyevskian film noir, Taxi Driver--a portrait of urban alienation that's never been matched. In the slow-motion images of New York City as Dante's Inferno (steam rising into the air to suggest the hellfire below), the orchestral music is ominous and dissonant, a rumble and crash that rises up from the underworld. But Herrmann's other major motif is a slinky, smoldering sax theme that suggests the forbidden pleasures of big-city nightlife--bars and clubs, prostitutes and porno palaces--things Travis Bickle (Robert DeNiro) may himself indulge in, but that give him no pleasure. (In fact, they disgust him.) The soundtrack features a track in which Herrmann's music is played behind bits and pieces of narration from Travis's "diary": "Some day a real rain will come along and sweep all the scum off the streets." Unforgettable music, unforgettable movie. --Jim Emerson"
|Format||LP, 180 Gram|
|Label||Music On Vinyl|