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No Way To Treat A Lady Stanley Myers Dot DLP 25846, 1968
No Way To Treat A Lady album cover

Looking for 'today' music? Look no further, it's here. Myers fashions the greatest rock beat with a church organ played to a solid drum and down, dirty guitar! The mod music of mirth in murder is a must for every record library. Well, that's what the liner notes say, and we're in total agreement. British soundtrack composer Stanley 'Kaleidescope' Myers weighs in with some huge, almost trip-hoppy, psychedelic beats and clanky 60s bass for this black comedy score. Some great guitar and organ work, big dancefloor beats - check out 'Kate's Place' and 'St Matthew Fashion'. Top drawer stuff, and once again you heard it here first!

Overall Rating: 4

Track listing:

The Miller Of Dee | Main Title | Kate's Place | Kate Comes On | A Quiet Place | Alpert Memorial | Nail Him | Kate Comes On Stronger | The Fifth Victim | St. Matthew Fashion | The Last Act | End Titles |

 

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