Sunday, December 20, 2009

Mike Batt
A Merry War (OST)
 ©1998 Overseas Filmgoup Ltd. CDQ7243
320 Kbps CD Rip
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Mike Batt composed the score for "Keep The Aspidistra Flying", American title "A Merry War", from the book by George Orwell. The song "Tiger In The Night" was written by Batt for the end titles, and sung by Colin Blunstone. It is a very classically based score, with a suite in the first three tracks. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra was conducted by Mike Batt.
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1. The Aspidistra Suite - First Movement (Poetry And Torment) 8:32 / 2. The Aspidistra Suite - Second Movement (Love And Passion) 5:40 / 3. The Aspidistra Suite - Third Movement (A Bright Future) 4:13 / 4. Main Title 3:38 / 5. Bugger The Blasted Daffodils 0:52 / 6. Walking To Ravelstons House 2:24 / 7. It Tolls For Thee, Gordon 1:49 / 8. The Poet At Work 1:48 / 9. The Cancelled Party 1:11 / 10. Find The Editor And Kill Him 0:44 / 11. A Kiss Down An Alleyway 1:32 / 12. Off To The Countryside 2:40 / 13. A Bower Made For Us 2:48 / 14. Trudge Home After A Day Out 1:27 / 15. Booking At Modiglianis 3:20 / 16. The Aspidistra Quickstep 1:57 / 17. The Aspidistra Waltz 1:57 / 18. The Aspidistra Foxtrot 1:48 / 19. Sad Bit After Gordonis Sacked 1:04 / 20. I Never Want To See You Again 1:52 / 21. Tea With The Undertaker 1:24 / 22. At Last Gordon Gives Rosemary A Really Good Seeing To 2:16 / 23. The First Day Of Spring 0:43 / 24. Rosemary Announces That She Is Pregnant 1:37 / 25. Gordon Returns To Work 4:16 / 26. Walking Home 1:37 / 27. Tiger In The Night 3:02

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4 comments:

tomatodon said...

Hey nightwatch,

You have really posted a gem here. I was mildly blown away by this film and had to get the DVD. I was never able to find the soundtrack. Colin Blunstone's song is one of his best and I am a near compleatist. Thanks so very much for posting this.

tomatodon said...

is there a pw? n8w8?

n8w8 (nightwatch) said...

Hi Tomatodon,

I never use passwords. You probably don't use WinAce to unpack the file or your download is corrupt.

I advise you to download WinAce from the right side of my blog. How to register for free is in the register text.

Alternatively you can try this zip file: http://tinyurl.com/1998keepflying

tomatodon said...

Right. I don't normally use ace and I was having problems with this folder but eventually got it to unpack. Thanks.