Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
A Glowing Partnership Chronicled
L. S. Slaughter | Chapel Hill, NC | 07/18/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"DePalma's best films, excluding "Sisters", were made in collaboration with Venetian composer Pino Donaggio, and herein lies an overview of those years ('76-'93). Since then, DePalma has gone on to make some risible films with other composers.While these are RERECORDINGS, they are smashingly close to the originals, and the sound quality is STUPENDOUS.What makes this all worthwhile even if you have the scores to "Carrie" and "Dressed to Kill" is the inclusion of piviotal themes from "Body Double" and "Blow Out", two great scores that never saw full release on LP or Disc due to exorbitant union re-use fees (no label would cough up the costs). "Blow Out" gets the short end on this disc, though, whereas the original European release of this comp included more cuts from "Blow Out".However... "Love and Menace" from "BOdy Double", and the disco-oid "Theme from Body Double" with Donaggio's trademark female ooh-aaaaaaahs make this disc very valuable."