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The Long Good Friday OST

Label: Silva Screen
Released: 2016
Track listing: CD 1: The Long Good Friday - Main Title; Overture; "You Need A Million Dollar Computer"; The Scene Is Set; "Harold, To Keep It All Incognito"; At The Pool; "Nothing Unusual He Says"; Discovery; "Come On Downstairs"; The Ice House; "After What Happened This Morning"; Talking To The Police; "For More Than Ten Years"; Guitar Interludes (Sarabande In B Minor/Guitar Flamenco); Realization; Fury; "I'll Tell You Something"; Taken; The Long Good Friday - End Title; "Ladies And Gentlemen I'm Not A Politician". CD 2: The Long Good Friday - Main Title (Original Mono Recording); Overture (Original Mono Recording); The Scene Is Set (Original Mono Recording); At The Pool (Original Mono Recording); Discovery (Original Mono Recording); The Ice House (Original Mono Recording); Talking To The Police (Original Mono Recording); Guitar Interludes (Sarabande In B Minor/Guitar Flamenco) (Original Mono Recording); Realization (Original Mono Recording); Fury (Original Mono Recording); Taken (Original Mono Recording).

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Francis Monkman: The Long Good Friday OST

Read "The Long Good Friday OST" reviewed by Roger Farbey


Not merely one of the best films of the 1970s, The Long Good Friday was arguably one of the best and most exciting British movies of the twentieth century. Aside from the acting, in which its stars, Bob Hoskins, Eddie Constantine, and Helen Mirren gave stellar performances, the soundtrack by ex-Curved Air keyboardist Francis Monkman was ...


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