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A fine crime jazz soundtrack by John Barry, probably one his most well-known scores (other than Bond) due to Portishead sampling the icy guitar licks from this LP. Plenty of sinister jazz action, some good vibes work, some strong arrangements. Not too much strictly groovy material except for several versions of the 'A Man Alone' track, which includes the great guitar work.

Overall Rating: 3


Track listing:

Main title theme | Alone in three-quarter time | Meeting with Grantby and fight | Jazz along alone | The death of Carswell | A man alone | A man alone | If you're not clean - I'll kill you | Alone blues | Goodbye Harry | Goodbye Harry (continuation) | A man alone |


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