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Jerry Goldsmith's Sebastian
16-Jun-2009 - Harkit Records has released Sebastian, one of Jerry Goldsmith's most inventive scores, composed at a time when the Russians were at their most annoying! Spies were everywhere, and you didn't know who to trust! Hugely enjoyable score. A lesser-known, but equally important contributor – indeed, a pivotal element of the film, was the so-called “Sputnik Code” that was composed by electronica-mesiter, Tristram Cary. Cary apparently never saw the finished film, and, according to his widow Jane, had no idea that Goldsmith was the film’s main musical contributor. He [Cary] had even suggested to director David Greene, that he would have liked to have written the entire score. This CD features also all of Cary’s studio work for Sebastian that has never previously been released as well as the originally intended version of “Comes The Night” by British songstress, Anita Harris.
Available from, Amazon UK and Amazon Germany and directly from Harkit Records UK.

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