July 19, 2010

NEW CD - 1960's BATMAN THE MOVIE Original Motion Picture Score Soundtrack

Fans of the 1966 BATMAN TV Show are gonna totally love this! LA LA Records has recently come out with the original "BATMAN THE MOVIE" motion picture soundtrack on CD! Holy Re-mastered Re-issue! Nelson Riddle’s original motion picture score to the 1966 Twentieth Century Fox feature film BATMAN: THE MOVIE, starring Adam West, Burt Ward, Lee Meriwether, Cesar Romero and Burgess Meredith, and directed by Leslie H. Martinson. Mr. Riddle’s propulsive jazzy score exemplifies the classic 60’s incarnation of the beloved Batman icon and is the perfect compliment to the film’s campy excitement. Produced by Nick Redman and Mike “BAT”essino and edited and mastered by Mike “BAT”essino, this release of Nelson Riddle’s BATMAN score boasts much-improved sound quality, includes a never-before-released cue “Bruce And Kitka”, and features the bonus premiere track “Submarine Battle,” in which “BAT”essino cut together tracks to re-create the score to the submarine climax as heard in the film. CD Booklet features exclusive liner notes by Brian “BAT”terwhite and Bat-tastic photos! Limited Edition of 2000 Units. For more information, click HERE!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wonder why they chose to put the "The Batman" cartoon series (2004-2008) bat-logo on the cover of the 1966 movie soundtrack CD.

It would have been cooler (and fit with the continuity) to use the old school bat-signal from the movie/series!

Anonymous said...

Of course they had to make a cover that looks like the Dark Knight poster.

ozz said...

Interesting thoughts from Anonymous.

Al Hartman said...

I'd like to see a season by season soundtrack set similar to the Star Trek or BSG sets.

As well as a Green Hornet soundtrack. I have a Japanese import that's very good, but it only has a few tracks.