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In the late 1960s and early 70s, John Barry was at his creative peak, writing both his greatest Bond music for On Her Majesty's Secret Service and the score for the Oscar-winning Midnight Cowboy within a few months of each other. As one decade melted into the next, Barry would provide a host of haunting, highly atmospheric scores: The Appointment, Deadfall, Mary Queen Of Scots, Follow Follow, with possibly his finest ever saved for Nicolas Roeg's masterpiece Walkabout. He also found time to write the deathless theme for TV series The Persuaders. "The More Things Change" collects Barry's finest work from this period, including the majority of 1970's classic "Ready When You Are, J. B. " album, released on CD for the very first time. In addition, it collects loose ends from the period (including selections from 1968's lost Richard Lester classic Petulia), then follows Barry into the early 70s. It has been compiled by music writer and John Barry superfan Bob Stanley, with extensive sleeve notes and a gorgeous selection of ephemera. 2022 will also see the publication of "Music By John Barry", a 500-page book covering his greatest scores, and a season of Barry-scored films at London's BFI Southbank.
In the late 1960s and early 70s, John Barry was at his creative peak, writing both his greatest Bond music for On Her Majesty's Secret Service and the score for the Oscar-winning Midnight Cowboy within a few months of each other. As one decade melted into the next, Barry would provide a host of haunting, highly atmospheric scores: The Appointment, Deadfall, Mary Queen Of Scots, Follow Follow, with possibly his finest ever saved for Nicolas Roeg's masterpiece Walkabout. He also found time to write the deathless theme for TV series The Persuaders. "The More Things Change" collects Barry's finest work from this period, including the majority of 1970's classic "Ready When You Are, J. B. " album, released on CD for the very first time. In addition, it collects loose ends from the period (including selections from 1968's lost Richard Lester classic Petulia), then follows Barry into the early 70s. It has been compiled by music writer and John Barry superfan Bob Stanley, with extensive sleeve notes and a gorgeous selection of ephemera. 2022 will also see the publication of "Music By John Barry", a 500-page book covering his greatest scores, and a season of Barry-scored films at London's BFI Southbank.
029667105323
More Things Change: Film Tv & Studio Work 1968-72
Artist: John Barry (Uk)
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Midnight Cowboy
2. We Have All the Time in the World
3. Theme from 'Romance for
4. Guitar and Orchestra'
5. Who Will Buy My Yesterdays
6. Fun City
7. The Lion in Winter
8. On Her Majesty's Secret Service
9. Theme from 'The Appointment'
10. Try
11. The More Things Change
12. Afternoon
13. A Little Old-Fashioned Nostalgia
14. Theme from 'The Persuaders'
15. Main Title - Petulia
16. Theme from 'Walkabout'
17. Follow Follow
18. Diamonds Are Forever (Single Version)
19. Highway 101
20. The Adventurer
21. This Way Mary
22. The Children
23. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Suite

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In the late 1960s and early 70s, John Barry was at his creative peak, writing both his greatest Bond music for On Her Majesty's Secret Service and the score for the Oscar-winning Midnight Cowboy within a few months of each other. As one decade melted into the next, Barry would provide a host of haunting, highly atmospheric scores: The Appointment, Deadfall, Mary Queen Of Scots, Follow Follow, with possibly his finest ever saved for Nicolas Roeg's masterpiece Walkabout. He also found time to write the deathless theme for TV series The Persuaders. "The More Things Change" collects Barry's finest work from this period, including the majority of 1970's classic "Ready When You Are, J. B. " album, released on CD for the very first time. In addition, it collects loose ends from the period (including selections from 1968's lost Richard Lester classic Petulia), then follows Barry into the early 70s. It has been compiled by music writer and John Barry superfan Bob Stanley, with extensive sleeve notes and a gorgeous selection of ephemera. 2022 will also see the publication of "Music By John Barry", a 500-page book covering his greatest scores, and a season of Barry-scored films at London's BFI Southbank.
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