Soundtrack & Compilations


Title The Miners Hymns
Label 130701
This record is the soundtrack to a found-footage documentary created by award-winning, acclaimed director Bill Morrison (‘Decasia’ etc.). The film will be released worldwide by the BFI in June 2011.
Jóhann’s score was performed live by a 16-piece brass ensemble in Durham Cathedral, the setting for the film’s climax and many historic colliery galas – a first for the predominantly string / piano-based 130701 imprint.
[2LP includes MP3]
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John Peel & Sheila / Various Artists - The Pig’s Big 78s Artist John Peel & Sheila / Various Artists
Title The Pig’s Big 78s
There isn’t much we can say about the late, great Mr. Peel that hasnt already been said, obviously a legend, he opened our ears to so much musical goodness. This selection of tracks from Peel’s vintage collection of 78s. Pretty late into his late night show him and Sheila (affectionately known as ’The Pig’) started a feature where the Pig would introduce a dusty and time-cracked 78 that could feature anything from yodeling and animal impersonations, through to blues and chamber-music.We are playing the album as I writethis, man it is damned fine.You need this folks. x x x
+ Format: CD
Price: £10.99

John Williams - Star Wars: The Force Awakens Artist John Williams
Title Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Hologram Vinyl)
Label UMC
This one-of-a-kind vinyl set, hand etched by Tristan Duke, offers a 3D hologram experience featuring the Millennium Falcon on Disc 1 and a TIE Fighter on Disc 2. This must-have version includes the full soundtrack to STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS on 180-gram vinyl and features Direct Metal Mastering (DMM) for an optimal listening experience. Use a direct light source or simply hold a mobile device flashlight above the vinyl to view the holographic images.
+ Format: 2LP
Price: £32.99

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