Kurt Stenzel, Jodorowsky's Dune - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - LITA 20th Anniversary Edition (CLEAR)

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2021 11 19

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    A1 Coming Of A God

    A2 Greatest Movie Never Made

    A3 Parallel World

    A4 Parallel World (Outro)

    A5 Leap Of Faith

    A6 Time And Space

    A7 Optical World

    A8 Nebula

    A9 Invitation


    B1 Point Of View

    B2 Moebius

    B3 Arrakis

    B4 Millions Of Stars

    B5 Into The Galaxy

    B6 O'Brannon Meets Jodo

    B7 Finding The Others

    B8 Spiritual Warriors

    B9 Conception Of Paul

    B10 Ships With Souls


    C1 The Pirate Spaceship

    C2 Rescue From A Sandworm

    C3 Mad Emperor

    C4 Burning Giraffes

    C5 Baron Harkonnen

    C6 Giger's Theme

    C7 Deepest Darkness Of The Soul

    C8 Feyd Rautha

    C9 Total Extermination


    D1 I Am Dune

    D2 Hollywood

    D3 Fingerprints

    D4 Open The Mind

    D5 Try


    Liner notes by composer Kurt Stenzel

    Original artwork by Nick Stewart Hoyle

    2xLP housed in a gatefold jacket

    Pressed on LITA 20th Anniversary Clear Color Vinyl


    This is the soundtrack to the story about the greatest film that never was.

    Jodorowsky’s Dune tells the tale of cult filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky’s unsuccessful attempt to adapt Frank Herbert’s classic sci-fi novel, Dune, to the big screen. Composer Kurt Stenzel gives life to a retro-futuristic universe as fantastic as Jodorowsky’s own vision for his Dune–a film whose A-list cast would have included Salvador Dalí, Orson Welles, and Mick Jagger in starring roles and music by psychedelic prog-rockers Pink Floyd.

    Building upon director Frank Pavich’s idea for a score with a “Tangerine Dream-type feel,” Stenzel lays out a cosmic arsenal of analog synthesizers that would make any collector green at the gills: among other gems are a rare Moog Source, CZ-101s, and a Roland Juno 6, as well as unorthodox instruments like a toy Concertmate organ and a Nintendo DS. “I also played guitar and did vocals,” says Stenzel, “some chanting… and some screaming, which comes naturally to me.” The score also features narration by Jodorowsky himself. As Stenzel notes, “Jodo’s voice is actually the soundtrack’s main musical instrument–listening to him was almost like hypnosis, like going to the guru every night.”

    This highly-anticipated soundtrack LP was sequenced and mixed by Stenzel with the listener in mind and flows through a “four-sides” LP approach. “I wanted it to play like the records I grew up with, where every side was a journey.”