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Made For Each Other Trade Martin Buddah BDS 5111, 1972
Made For Each Other album cover

Trade Martin wrote an unusual rock-tinged score for this hit romantic comedy in 1972 - the album, oddly, was put out on Buddah. Most of the music is from the standard romantic score songbook, with strings, ballads and orchestral pieces plus the odd sax solo. There's one good funky moment, the oddball 'Heavy rock at OJ' with huge drums and crazy fuzz guitar riff. Worth a spin - and a definite break recommendation.

Overall Rating: 3

Track listing:

Theme from Made For Each Other | Panda and Ducky in dressing room | Statement of Wong and bottle spin rock | Gig running and Panda says I'm Loveable, Salvation Army Band | Hevay rock at OJ | The priest suite | Panda | Fight after OJ | Panda shakes her boots | Da dum bop a dum | Panda telephones gig | Gig's out feeling | Light country rock at OJ | Zoom in on dolls | Finale |

 

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