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Foxy Lady Doug Riley GRT (Canada) 9230-1009, 1970
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Canadian jazz musician Doug Riley scored this early exploitation picture by Ivan 'Ghostbusters' Reitman. Hard to find even in Canada, it's worth a dig. While most of the music is forgettable loungey incidental music, there are a couple of good groovy numbers, particularly the painfully short 'Savin' Grace' (a wicked little raucous wah drums feature, like a Bare Knuckles out-take) and a smooth easy groover on the flip.

Overall Rating: 3

Track listing:

Overture | To be part of you (Voc: Rhonda Silver) | Leander's Theme | Savin' Grace | Vanderfox Foundation | Hero's theme | Ridin' A Daydream (voc: Terry Black) | Love Theme | C'mon Baby (be with me tonight) (voc: House Of Commons) | Police Anthem | Birth | Boutique | Hero Finale (voc: Terry Black) |


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