ennio morricone the h8ful eight live from abby road
01 ennio morricone the h8ful eight live from abby road
ennio morricone the h8ful eight live from abby road
01 ennio morricone the h8ful eight live from abby road

Quentin Tarantino’s The H8ful Eight – Live From Abbey Road Studios

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$61.96

*** Please Note – Vinyl plays perfectly, with very light scuff marks whch dont affect play back, Sleeve has a seam split to one side hence price. ***

This is a limited edition pressing of the score for The Hateful Eight recorded live at Abbey Road Studios. It was available only as a bonus disc with pre-orders of the Decca release

Hand Numbered 902 of 1000

LAST ONE AVAILABLE

The sleeve is off-white with hand-stamped info. The front reads as follows (centred):

Quentin Tarantino’s
The H8ful Eight
Original Music Composed and Orchestrated By
Ennio Morricone

The back reads as follows (bottom right):

Number _______ of 1000
Live from Abbey Road Studios

The number in the blank space is filled in by hand.

The label is off-white and also hand-stamped with the same info as the front cover along with “Side A” or “Side B” and a note at the bottom that reads: For Promotional Use Only.

Track Notes:

This version of the soundtrack contains only tracks composed by Ennio Morricone without any of the additional songs or dialogue included on the official soundtrack release. While it does not contain every Morricone track included on the official release, it does include several tracks composed by Morricone for other films that were used in The Hateful Eight film but not included on the official release: “Regan’s Theme” (from Exorcist II: The Heretic); “Bestiality” (from The Thing); and “Despair” (also from The Thing). It also includes two Morricone tracks composed for other films that were not used in The Hateful Eight but were used in Tarantino’s earlier film Inglourious Basterds: “Algeri: 1 novembre 1954” (from The Battle of Algiers); and Rabbia e tarantella (from Allonsanfan).

To mark the launch of Quentin Tarantino’s film The Hateful Eight and its thrilling score from Ennio Morricone, Globe Productions filmed Morricone as he conducted the Czech National Symphony Orchestra in a live recording of the soundtrack over two days at Abbey Road. The Hateful 8 represents the first time Quentin Tarantino has allowed anyone to completely score one of his movies, while it also marked the Maestro’s first score for a western in over 20 years. Tarantino and actors Kurt Russell and Walton Goggins attended the special event at Abbey Road Studios where hand-stamped direct-to-vinyl editions were made and offered as a gift to selected fans.