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Kaleidescope Stanley Myers Warner Brothers WS 1663, 1966
Kaleidescope album cover

One of Stanley Myers' earliest soundtracks, Kaleidescope has a big, bold 1960's pop-jazz sound. Myers has a distinctive 'Sound Gallery'-type style, enhanced by his very personal choice of instrumentation. This album, from the kitsch movie starring Warren Beatty, is heavily jazz-based with electric bass and organ. Tracks are diverse in feel, from light pop to latin and straight-ahead jazz.

Overall Rating: 3

Track listing:

Main Title | Kinky Dolly | Shazam! | D.B.6 | Angel's Theme | Kaleidescope | Barney | A Present For Daddy | Dominion's Deal | Kings Full | End Title |

 

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