Roy Budd

Music On Vinyl * MOVLP201 * 2010

Get Carter Soundtrack

Get Carter Soundtrack

  • Get Carter Intro
  • Dialogue "Is there a Mr. Carter in the room?"
  • Main Theme Carter Takes A Train
  • Dialogue "Do you know a man called Albert Swift?"
  • Looking For Someone
  • Dialogue The Race Track
  • Something On My Mind
  • Dialogue "Who killed Frank?"
  • Getting Nowhere In A Hurry
  • Dialogue "Tell me about the girl"
  • The Girl In The Car
  • Dialogue "I fancy you"
  • Love Is A Four Letter Word
  • Dialogue "You're lucky. They kill as well"
  • Livin' Should Be This Way
  • Dialogue "All it takes is one call to the police"
  • Manhunt
  • Dialogue "Drink up, Eric"
  • Goodbye Eric!
  • Dialogue "I want you to listen very carefully"
  • Hallucinations
  • Dialogue "You're a big man but you're in bad shape"
  • Dialogue "Stay away from the car or I'll blow you apart"
  • Goodbye Carter!
  • Dialogue "Talk or I'll kill you"
  • Hallucinations Instrumental
  • Getting Nowhere In A Hurry Instrumental

Information

'Get Carter', the classic 1971 British gangster movie, stars Michael Caine in a career defining role as a London gangster out for revenge in the grim North.

The film, directed by Mike Hodges and set in the derelict urban scenery of Newcastle, could easily have come with a period glam rock soundtrack but it sounded so much better with cool jazz... and there is some very classy, cool and slightly edgy jazz here to evoke and echo the film's gritty imagery.*180 grams audiophile vinyl
*Gatefold Sleeve
*Extensive liner notes

Reviews

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    A Studio One Classic 'Get In The Groove' has the superb Heptones backed by the Sound Dimension. JA presssings so check the sound clips.

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    Peach of a record. All time classic. How did music ever sound this good?

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    Drum machine led roots. There is a strong Lee Perry influence on this one. Not quite as over the top as Scratchs productions but never the less a good tune.

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    The Heptones in fine form backed by the Sound Dimension. Correct b side. Check the sound clips as they are JA pressings.

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