Lava, William - Dracula Vs. Frankenstein (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) | RECORD STORE DAY

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Dracula Vs. Frankenstein (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Artist: Lava, William
Format: Vinyl

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Label: Real Gone Music
Rel. Date: 10/22/2021
UPC: 848064013730

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DISC: 1

1. Main Title
2. Dramatic Horror
3. Battle of the Creatures
4. Walking Demon
5. Prologue
6. Main Title
7. Cue 4
8. Cue 5
9. Cue 6
10. Cue 8
11. Cue 9
12. Cue 10
13. Cue 14
14. Cue 20
15. Cue 21 (Jazz Chase-Not Used in Film)
16. Cue 22
17. Prologue (Take 2)
18. Main Title (Take 1)
19. Cue 8 (Take 10) and Pickups
20. Cue 9 (Take 14-Start and Stops)
21. Cue 17 (Take 19-Shock Sting)
22. Cue 21 (Take 21-Jazz Chase)
23. Dracula Vs. Frankenstein Radio Spot

More Info:

DRACULA VS. FRANKENSTEIN - WILLIAM LAVA - VINYL - As head of Publicity at Hemisphere Pictures and then founder of Independent-International Pictures Corp., Sam Sherman is truly one of the godfathers of the drive-in/grindhouse/horror/B-movie genre. We at Real Gone Music have teamed with Sam to release his favorite scores from his long and illustrious career in film production, each sporting rare publicity stills and a personal note from the man himself. Composer William Lava made his reputation scoring 1930s Westerns and serials for Republic Pictures including The Three Mesquiteers (with John Wayne) and Daredevils of the Red Circle. But for Dracula Vs. Frankenstein, Lava who was a friend of producer Sam Sherman and his favorite composer let his atonal freak flag fly, employing eerie glissandos and ominous rhythms to conjure suspense and dread. Special bonus: Independent-International Pictures' amazing radio spot promoting the movie. Also comes with a full-color LP-sized insert featuring the cover illustration for it's 50th anniversary in a pumpkin orange pressing limited to 1000 copies!