Scene from Blade Runner by Ridley Scott with music by Vangelis
searching for Vangelis in my dash i found this and this totally unloved treasure,thank you liquidnight
I remember dad brought to my sister and me Vangelis tape from some business trip back in ’90s when we had sanctions and were literary cut off from the world,and we had only one video store in the town but my folks had good taste fortunately…that was my most precious tape - until it was lost with everything else in the Storm…so i tend to avoid music i’ve listened in my past,but classics are classics,and Vangelis is a living classic….
anyway,this could be one of answers to frenchtwist’ 5 things about me game….
oldhollywood:Alfred Hitchcock & the Jeff Alexander Orchestra - Music to be Murdered By (via Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Music to be Murdered By)
In 1958, Alfred Hitchcock released Music to be Murdered By, a collection of moody, ominous-sounding orchestral numbers. Hitchcock introduces each track with his signature droll humor.
With this album, Hitch was aiming to serve a long-neglected demographic. As he explains in the liner notes:
“These days a murder is amusing for the onlookers and the murderer but no one thinks of making things pleasant for the victim. He may be a tiresome bore but he is still rather essential and is entitled to some consideration. Music, I feel, will heighten his appreciation and make his own murder the truly ennobling experience it should be.”