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Hold-Up / Dernier Ete a Tanger

Hold-Up / Dernier Ete a Tanger

Limited Edition of 500 Copies
Music Box Records (MBR-044)

Release Date: February 25, 2014

Format: CD

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1. HOLD-UP: Hold-Up (performed by Rena Scott) 3:57
2. Liza's Road 2:07
3. Quick Change 2:55
4. Dépanneuse Rock 1:44
5. Running Wild (performed by Jan Loseth) 2:52
6. Funky Lasky 1:34
7. Grimm Circus 1:46
8. Motel Blues 2:06
9. Cascade 3:09
10. In Bank 1:14
11. Running Wild (Instrumental) 2:52
12. Speak-easy Blues 3:01
13. Hold-Up (Instrumental) 3:37
14. DERNIER ETE A TANGER: Io racontero (performed by Valeria Golino) 3:21
15. Au bout de la nuit 2:11
16. L'an prochain à Jérusalem 2:30
17. Hollywood Palace 2:58
18. The Man I Love* (performed by Anna Karina) 2:02
19. Laura 1:04
20. Mei memorei 1:17
21. Brooklyn Bridge 1:55
22. Bailar con te 2:40
23. Une boîte à musique 1:12
24. La corniche 1:20
25. La maison abandonnée 1:23
26. Une terrasse au soleil 2:25
27. Blue Moon* (performed by Anna Karina) 3:19
28. Filature* 2:03
29. Dernier été 2:37
30. Vengeance 1:46
31. Lagrima de sangre 1:58
32. Gibraltar 3:20
  Total Album Time: 74:15

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* Previously Unreleased

For Hold-Up, SergeFranklin's score is an ingenious blend of American/French heist movie traditions with an addictive, funky sound, including the theme song by Rena Scott and the song Running Wild by Jan Loseth.

For Dernier Ete a Tanger, Franklin composed an Oriental-flavored, erotically charged thriller score that also features a couple of songs: one by star Valeria Golino and two by Anna Karina who appears as a cabaret singer in the film.

Music Box Records presents both scores in as complete form as possible. The Hold-Up presentation recreates the original LP and since the original album was fairly representative of the score, there was no need for expansion. Dernier Ete a Tanger had previously been released on LP, but this new release expands the original album with 9 minutes of additional jazzy goodness that wasn't featured on the record.

The limited edition of 500 copies comes with an 8-page booklet with French and English commentary by Gérard Dastugue.

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