Limited triple vinyl LP pressing with 24 page full color 12" linen-finish book housed in a hard box slipcase. Includes digital download. In 2011, Stephen Coates of the band The Real Tuesday Weld found himself sheltering from the cold in a cafe in Moscow with a friend. Fascinated by the music that was playing, he asked the waitress and was told 'it was something from the old times'. It turned out to be the soundtrack for the ‘60ss cult Soviet film Goodbye Boys composed by Mikael Tariverdiev. Compiled by his wife Vera Tariverdieva together with Stephen (in association with his publishing company Antique Beat), Film Music includes a selection of the composer's greatest tracks, including many previously unreleased versions. All were made with new transfers from original tapes and his own reel-to-reel machine. They are thematically programmed around Vera's intimate knowledge of her husband's music. It is with her blessing and dedication to see his legacy live on that we are able to bring his music to new audiences. Film Music unveils the extraordinary life of an unusual composer who was acutely aware of the political environment although it was not central to his work.
Moscow Morning Variation
Morning in the Mountains
Prelude for Cello and Piano
I Am Writing to You By Accident
On the Scout
Over the Fields the Twilight Is Indistinct
Don't Be Sad Vocal Variation
I Am a Tree
Goodbye Boys Variation
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.