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    **Limited repress of Trunk's cult 2001 release!** Reissue of music, cues and fx to the cult late 60s / early 70s TV show, 'Clangers'! Listening today these recordings have lost none of their naivety and charm, and the Clangers soundtrack remains a seminal work of both TV and intergalactic musical history!
    God’s Chorus’ is a hauntingly beautiful recording of crickets, slowed down until they resemble a "choir of angels". The hour-long piece was made for tape in the ‘90s and subsequently extended and posted to Soundcloud in 2012, where it’s currently received over 8.5 million plays!
    'Night Kaleidoscope’ is Alec Cheer’s classic-sounding synth score for a low-budget psychedelic vampire horror directed by Grant McPhee and shot in Edinburgh. The soundtrack takes cues from the likes of Frizzi, Goblin and Carpenter to contemporaries such as Pye Corner Audio - ace!
    Vinyl debut of the haunting jazz soundtrack to Francis Ford Coppola's classic 1974 thriller, 'The Conversation! David Shire's deceptively simple piano theme is one of tragic beauty, brilliantly capturing central character Harry Caul’s loneliness (as brilliantly played by Gene Hackman), his slightly disturbed nature and this spiral downwards into paranoia...
    Rare and brilliant cues from the KPM music library vaults used in the animated Sp**erman series from the late 1960s. Apparently Trunk records can't mention the name of the series due to legal reasons.
    Another superb adventure in the Britxotica! series, looking into rare and amazing exotic British recordings. For this exciting instalment, Trunk focuses on the haunted, British ballrooms for charismatic Cha Cha Chas, magical mambos and a whole set of floor filling fun! Britxotica! describes an odd and yet undocumented pre-Beatles British musical scene...
    Impossibly rare LP previously issued once in 1958 as part of Miecio Askanasy’s 1950s touring “Braziliana” show! Notoriety for the LP heightened once Gilles Peterson announced that it was on his most wanted list - OG copies tipping the £1000 + mark amongst collectors This amazing LP features the origins of Mas-Que-Nada! The...
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    Recorded in 1969 with Harold McNair on flute, this great soundtrack to the classic weepy about a boy and his kestrel is now available for the first time courtesy of Trunk records!