Lowe, Mundell: Blues For A Stripper

Lowe, Mundell SKU: 32663419
Mundell Lowe: Blues For A Stripper

Lowe, Mundell: Blues For A Stripper

Lowe, Mundell SKU: 32663419

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $28.98

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Title: Blues For A Stripper
Artist: Lowe, Mundell
Label: Modern Harmonic
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 090771802811
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. This extraordinary soundtrack, featuring many of the finest jazz musicians this side of anywhere, is a collection of small ensemble and large band arrangements so perfectly indicative of it's era. It's beyond hip and runs the gamut from cool jazz to hard bop. Moreover, it authorized the virtuosic freedom of the best of New York's jazz community. The swinging cinematic score was commissioned for a sexploitation classic entitled Satan in High Heels, the story of a woman caught in the decadent nightlife of the big city. Both the film, and this score are respective examples of classic cult cinema. The music is often sensuous and sexy but at times as tough as a two-dollar steak.

1.1 Blues for a Stripper
1.2 From Mundy on
1.3 Montage
1.4 Coffee, Coffee
1.5 The Lost and the Lonely
2.1 Pattern of Evil
2.2 Satan in High Heels
2.3 East Side Drive
2.4 Lake in the Woods
2.5 The Long Knife
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