If the name Monica Vitti doesn’t tell you everything you need to know about La Ragazza con la Pistola, then perhaps you need a bit more nudging from the trailer (below) which features a VERY groovy soundtrack indeed. Composer Peppino Di Luca brings a whole truckload of groovy to this film and some of us could watch Monica Vitti do nothing more than read from the Italian version of the Yellow Pages (the Giallo Pages, perhaps?) for three hours…so this should be a no brainer. You can buy the soundtrack for La Ragazza con la Pistola (The Girl With The Gun) from Turntabling now while supplies last.
Feast your eyes on a nice collection of Giallo-related vinyl headed for the Turntabling inventory very soon–we have the following records due in next week, and many more besides. Goblin vinyl has been especially sought after for some time, but now more than ever with the band touring, people are clamoring for the Suspiria soundtrack, Tenebre, Keith Emerson’s work on Dario Argento’s Inferno and much more. Get a load of this awesome vinyl coming in next week!
These titles are available while supplies last and for a limited time only, so if you’re interested in pre-ordering, drop me a line: email@example.com. When they’re gone, they’re GONE!
We were also lucky enough to get our hands on a vinyl copy of the Five Dolls For An August Moon sountrack–Piero Umilliani scoring for Mario Bava? That is a combination that just cannot go wrong. This one is a must-have for any fan of Bava, or the soundtrack sounds from that era of Italian cinema. Fabulous.
And then there’s the Eraserhead soundtrack, a double LP reissue that is increasingly hard to find. Where to start? David Lynch creates an experience like no other both in the film AND on the soundtrack record, which really does stand all on its own with or without the film. How on earth could a soundtrack fan or a Lynch afficianado be without this? The version we’re selling is the amazing reissue on Sacred Bones which has a TON of extras. Buy this before I change my mind about selling it!
The George Romero film Day Of The Dead now has a couple of editions out when it comes to soundtrack albums, and we’ve got both in the shop–this one and the Waxworks edition (while supplies last). This is a sealed edition of the original issue John Harrison soundtrack and features that 80s artwork we all know and love. The dead walk!
There is a TON of great new vinyl for sale on the Turntabling Discogs page. Italian soundtrack fans will love the addition of My Delicious Spaghetti Western on the legendary Dagored label, and it’s been a great long while since I had a copy of Ennio Morricone’s La Donna Invisible to offer–it’s one of my favorite soundtracks from the era. I am always on the lookout for more excellent titles from Italy from the giallo, horror, sci-fi and thriller genres. You can never have too many Goblin albums, and Morricone’s work from the 60s and 70s never gets dull.
Turntabling sells vinyl from a variety of genres including soundtracks, goth/industrial, 80s new wave and punk, and just plain rare/obscure titles. I scour the earth to find these, and several times a year embark on cross-country trips to buy entire collections, find weird and outrageous vinyl, and meet my fellow vinyl junkies.
If you have a collection to sell, I’d be very happy to discuss it–but please know that I buy in the genres that I sell here. Country, show tunes, classic rock, and other genres unrelated to what I sell on Turntabling are of little interest. The ONLY exception to that rule is when weird or unsual albums are involved.
Here is a VERY SMALL selection of what I currently have for sale on Discogs. You can always send me an e-mail for a list of my latest arrivals–it’s an auto-responder that has my very latest items listed. Just send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. This list is updated whenever I get new arrivals–want the latest? Just send another email to that address and you’ll have the latest updated version.
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Turntabling has scored some DELICIOUS soundtrack vinyl as of late. We’ve also scored quite a lot of LPs and 12-inch singles in the goth/industrial genres. These titles are all coming up for sale quite soon, but as they’ve only just arrived we thought it would be fun to tantalize you with these images:
House By The Cemetery, directed by Fulci, with an outstanding soundtrack by Walter Rizzati. The Death Waltz version of this includes blood red vinyl and a poster…this is quite a find!
Death Waltz strikes again with the never-before-on-vinyl (according to the LP notes) soundtrack for Twins of Evil! Peter Cushing was so awesome in this movie…it deserves a new viewing now that the vinyl is out.
Let’s set the record straight on the Patrick soundtrack. There are TWO VERSIONS of this–one is the ORIGINAL soundtrack by Brian May (who was the same person responsible for a lot of other film soundtracks including Mad Max) and the other (the one pictured here) is the EXPORT version of the soundtrack with music by GOBLIN. I’ve seen both versions of the film and it feels quite different with the Goblin music as opposed to Brian May. I prefer the Goblin, myself.
I’ll have all of these and more up for sale quite soon in the Turntabling shop on Discogs. Every time you purchase from Turntabling, you’re supporting the site, so I thank you for your continued support to keep Turntabling running.
And while you’re pondering that, have a look at these trailers for House By The Cemetery, Twins of Evil, and Patrick.
Paul Durango’s fun blog features this vinyl soundtrack from Space 1999, the least scientifically accurate of all the science fictions television to come out of the cheesy 70s. Durango found the album, and offers a zipped digital version for your listening pleasure. The soundtrack is full of cornball 70s wah-wah guitar playing, moody atmospherics and the requisite sighing string section and echoey xylophones. You could download a whole mess of Barry Gray’s Space 1999 soundtrack music from Amazon, but do yourself a favor and check out Paul Durango’s post first.
On a side note, some of the reviews for the CD/download version of the soundtrack are almost as funny as the series itself. One breathless reviewer gushes, “Our composer Barry Gray writes powerful cues that will make any youngster and adults alike leap for joy.”
Leap for joy? What the hell is THIS guy taking? I want some.
Behold the pure 70s style queso of the original intro. Revel in THIS cornball nonsense–still great for laughs after all these years. You really need a six pack or some kind of plantlife to properly enjoy this, but this is the epitome of 1970s boob tube-dom in all its’ hilariously wretched excess. I mean, really–the main conceit of this show is that the moon has been knocked out of its orbit and is sailing through space with 300 people living on it!