End Titles From "Bladerunner" 4:52 Main Theme From "Missing" 3:59 L'Enfant 5:00 Hymn 2:45 Chung Kuo 5:32 The Tao Of Love 2:44 Theme From "Antarctica" 3:52 Love Theme From "Bladerunner" 4:54 Opening Titles From "Mutiny On The Bounty" 4:15 Closing Titles From "Mutiny On The Bounty" 4:58 Memories Of Green 5:32 La Petite Fille De La Mer 5:53 Chariots Of Fire 3:29
Vangelis - Amore (Original Soundtrack to the film by Henri Chapier) 2016 [mp3 @ 320kps]
There are two versions of the Amore soundtrack out there, the Ina.Fr version, which is awful, (almost half of the music isn't Vangelis, and the sound quality is poor), and this, from Monster Melodies, which is better. It is a rip from the new vinyl release, purportedly from the original tapes, but the sound suggests that they have degraded since 1970. Understandably.
Venezia 6:24 Ruga Do Pozlic 7:08 Giudecca 4:02 Campo San Polo 1:16 Ma Dove Sei' 2:51 La Contessina 1:05 Marina 3:31 Amore 11:19
The almighty Vangelis has distilled his “long-held passion for space” into a 13-track album called Rosetta.
Out via Decca on September 23, the new LP from the Blade Runner composer was both inspired by and created for the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Rosetta Mission, which is the first successful mission to land a space probe on a comet. Launched in 2004, Rosetta took 10 years to reach Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, finally landing on November 12 2014. The release of Rosetta marks the end of the 12-year mission and is accompanied by images captured by the probe. Vangelis composed this “suite of inter-connected music” specifically for the ESA and dedicated the album to “everyone who made ESA’s ongoing Rosetta Mission possible”. ‘Rosetta Waltz’, which you can hear below, has been described as “an expression of his appreciation to the mission team.” The electronic pioneer says that “mythology, science and space exploration” have fascinated him since early childhood. “They were always connected somehow with the music I write.” Rosetta is the latest science-themed projects from the Academy Award-winning artist that includes the choral symphony ‘Mythodea’ for NASA’s 2001 Mission to Mars, as well as soundtracks for films like Antarctica, 1492: Conquest of Paradise and Alexander...
I have a request, friends. I have this EP on vinyl, and had intended transferring it to digital, on account of the edits of the tracks not being available elsewhere. Unfortunately, my copy is damaged, and unplayable. Can anyone share a vinyl rip of this?
Vangelis - See You Later (Special expanded edition bootleg) 1980 mp3 @ 256kps
1. Suffocation 2. Multi-Track Suggestion 3. My Love 4. Not A Bit - All Of It 5. We are Your Neighbours 6. I Can't Take It anymore 7. Memories of Green 8. See You Later 9. Gestation (Fertilization) 10. Domestic Logic 1 11. Don't Be Foolish 12. It Doesn't Matter
01 Main Titles & Prologue 02 Spinner Ascent 03 Deckard Meets Rachel 04 Tales Of The Future 05 Memories Of Green 06 Blade Runner Blues 07 One More Kiss, Dear 08 Love Theme 09 Dr. Tyrell's Death 10 Deckard And Roy's Duel 11 Farewell 12 Blade Runner
This claims to be the version of Blade Runner that would have been released by Polydor in 1982, if there had not been a dispute between Vangelis & Ridley Scott over the use of the music. Whether it is genuine or not, is for you to decide.
Vangelis & Loudovikos ton Anogeion - Wind Thief FLAC
A piece recently broadcast on Greek TV, of Vangelis performing with Cretan singer Loudovikos ton Anogeion, reading the story of a Wind Thief (In Greek). whether you understand the words or not, the music, and atmosphere are captivating
Vangelis composed a piece to be played at the interment and memorial for the Late Professor Stephen Hawking, including a beautiful message from Hawking, spoken in his familiar robotic voice. The music is beautiful, and uplifting, as are the words, which are a message of hope for mankind.
Celebrated Greek composer-artist Vangelis will release his new album Nocturne on Decca Records on 25 January 2019. A set of solo piano pieces, it features 11 new tracks plus new versions of some of his best-known work, including the title theme from Chariots Of Fire and the ‘Love Theme’ from Blade Runner.
Fans are being offered the opportunity to hear music from Nocturne before its release, by taking photographs of the moon. These can be uploaded to a dedicated, innovative new website, which uses visual recognition technology to unlock each new track, according to its corresponding single cover image and lunar phase.
The album features a wealth of new piano compositions inspired by night time, and by Vangelis’ long-held passion for space. New tracks include ‘Nocturnal Promenade,’ the track that opens the album and is its first single, as well as ‘Through the Night Mist’, ‘Sweet Nostalgia’ and ‘Lonesome.’ For the first time, the artist also plays grand piano on the record.
Nocturne is the latest of Vangelis’ works to be linked to themes of science, history and exploration. In addition to his Academy Award-winning score for Chariots of Fire, he wrote the choral symphony ‘Mythodea’ for NASA’s 2001 mission to Mars, and the music for such films as Antarctica, 1492: Conquest of Paradise and Alexander. His music was also featured in the documentary series Cosmos by Carl Sagan.