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Grizzly Robert O. Ragland Truluv HWR 301, 1974
Grizzly album cover

This rare soundtrack album is taken from an obscure movie by cult director the late William Girdler, also responsible for Abby and Zebra Killer. Music is by Robert O. Ragland and also allegedly by Jerry Goldsmith, hence its desirability amongst soundtrack collectors. Despite some great titles, the music is generally not funky and is performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra so despite a couple of possible funk moments, it's generally disappointing.

Overall Rating: 2

Track listing:

Main title | The grizzly attacks | Hunting party | Kelly's love theme | Lone hunter is attacked | Scotty's ancient Indian story | Tower teardown | What makes a man a man? | Tracking the grizzly | Scotty's night in the forest | Kelly's midnight plan | Scotty's search and death | Helicopter chase/Don's killed/Get the bazooka | End credits/What makes a man a man |

 

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