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For Pete's Sake. Twelfth Street Rag. Rockin' Already. Beat For Beatniks. Big Fella. Never Let Go. Blueberry Hill. Walk Don't Run. I'm Moving On. Black Stockins. Get Lost Jack Frost. The Magnificent Seven. Skid Row. The Menace. A Matter Of Who. Rocco's Theme. But, while Barry was becoming world-famous for his Bond music, he was also embracing very different musical styles for very different movies in the mids: a light and John Barry - The Classic John Barry touch for the African-lion family film Born Free, which won him Oscars for Best Song and Best Score; a taut, dramatic and surprisingly American score for producer Sam Spiegel's all-star The Chase; and jazzy contemporary organ solos for Richard Lester's The Knack At the same time, the composer's restless search for unusual sonorities led him to explore the fringes of the musical spectrum, resulting in some of the 60s' freshest, occasionally even startling scores featuring a cymbalum for The Ipcress File, a barrel organ for The Quiller Memorandum, a breathy female voice for The Knack, a harpsichord for The Whisperers, a Moog synthesizer for On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and many others.
The music of John Barry distinguished many of the movie hits of the 60s, from the wide-screen action of Zulu to the critically acclaimed, now classic adaptation of James Goldman's The Lion in Winter John Barry - The Classic John Barry Peter O'Toole and Katharine Hepburn. For the latter - a score that deftly combined choir with the darker colours of the orchestra to suggest 12th-century England - Barry won his third Academy Award, as well as the British Film Academy's prestigious Anthony Asquith Award for original film music.
On the heels of these top honours, he won his first Grammy for the wistful harmonica theme of John Schlesinger's much-talked-about Midnight Cowboy.
One of his most fruitful collaborations was with director Bryan Forbes, who began by hiring the composer for a pair of jazz numbers in The L-Shaped Room in His confidence in Barry resulted in full scores, often employing unique ensembles, for subsequent Forbes films: a chamber group for the suspenseful Seance on a Wet Afternoon, a grim but atmospheric John Barry - The Classic John Barry for the prisoner-of-war drama King Rat, a The Truth - The Rootsman - Roots Bloody Rootsman score for Dame Edith Evans in The Whisperers, a lively The Poet Hin - Stevie Smith - The Spoken Word score for the comedy The Wrong Box.
For Deadfall, Barry wrote a single-movement guitar concerto for a 15 minute jewel-robbery sequence that remains one of the 60s most unique marriages of cinematic imagery and orchestral music.
The 70s saw Barry branching out in all musical directions, from stage to screen to television. Varied movie assignments continued to elicit diverse music from the now seasoned composer-arranger-conductor.
Track Listing. John Barry - The Classic John Barry Barry. Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. Out of Africa. Midnight Cowboy. Eleanor and Franklin. Hanover Street. Raise the Titanic: Suite. Indecent Proposal. The Persuaders.
Sounds Of Blackness - Spirit, Beregszászi Táncos Lánynak - Csűry Edit - Jaj De Mulatok Én!, Break On Through - The Doors - London 68, Who Dem - Various - C-4, Roll Muddy River - The Osborne Brothers - The Best Of The Osborne Brothers, Slow Moon (Streets Of Rage 2) - Bad Dudes - The Very Best Of Sega (File), Cosmic Assassins - Various - Break - Club Cuts, III - Rondo (Molto Allegro) - Beethoven* / Bach* - Glenn Gould / Leonard Bernstein - Piano Concerto, In The Navy (12 Version) - Village People - The Best Of Village People, Derrick Morgan - Black Superman (Muhammed Ali)