Limited Edition of 2,000 Copies
Varese Sarabande Club (VCL-1048)
Release Date: March 16, 2006
Conducted by Franz Waxman
|6.||Allison And The Picture||1:54|
|9.||You Can't Love 'Em All||1:11|
|12.||Boy Meets Girl||1:43|
|13.||I've Got Something||0:51|
|15.||Leaving Rossi's Office||0:38|
|16.||Don't You Think About Anything But Sex?||4:13|
|19.||End Title (Original Version)||1:51|
|20.||BONUS TRACKS: Main Title (Mono Version)||3:05|
|21.||End Title (Instrumental)||1:49|
|22.||Theme (Demo - Two Takes)||1:51|
|23.||Main Title (Demo - Alternate Lyrics)||4:04|
|Total Album Time:||63:23|
2006 marks the 100th birthday of one of the greatest composers to ever write for filmFranz Waxman. In 1961 Twentieth Century-Fox released Return to Peyton Place, the sequel to the motion picture that inspired one of the most beautiful scores ever written for a film. Though virtually none of the original cast returned for the sequel, Waxman did.
What a joy it is to hear the composer revisit some of his loveliest melodies and further explore them in an all-new score. Also featured in the film was the vocal arrangement of the main theme that became such an enormous hit, "The Wonderful Season of Love," performed by Rosemary Clooney.
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