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Producers, The John Morris RCA SF 8072, 1968
Producers, The album cover

From the Mel Brooks classic, The Producers is an album that contains a mix of great dialogue and a few musical tracks from the movie. The dialogue is superb and begging to be sampled; the music is excellent in places too, particularly the groovy uptempo 60s pop number 'The Producers'. Good stuff.

Overall Rating: 4

Track listing:

Titles (Main Title / Credits) | The Plot | Bialystock Seduces Bloom | The World's Worst Play | Franz Leibkind | Little Old Ladyland | Ulla - 'That's A Toy?' | The Producers | The World's Worst Director | Auditioning 100 Hitlers | Love Power | Love Power (vocal) | Opening Night: Lobby, Overture | Springtime For Hitler | Adolph and Eva | Bialystock and Bloom at Bar | Background Music - Bar Scene | Disaster (Bar) | Where Did I Go Right? | Courtroom | Prisoners Of Love |

 

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