Soundtrack to one of 2017’s most compelling films, masterminded by director Luca Guadagnino and supervised by Robin Urdang. Those who’ve seen Call Me By Your Name will attest to the fact that the music colors the film just as much as the rustic Italian countryside that it takes place in. The soundtrack, then, is a real collectors item for fans of the movie; a sun-kissed blend of Italian pop (Franco Battiato, Loredana Bertè), impressionistic compositions by Bach, Satie and Revel, modern classical (John Adams) and a pair of rare Ryuichi Sakamoto piano joints… the real prize, though, is the inclusion of three Sufjan Stevens numbers (“Futile Devices” from The Age Of Adz and two new songs) that anchor the film. If nothing else, it’s a great excuse to have The Psychedelic Furs’ “Love My Way” and Giorgio Moroder & Joe Esposito’s “Lady Lady Lady” on vinyl. It’s one of the most gorgeously-packaged editions to come across my desk in months: 180g double vinyl pressing housed in glossy gatefold, glossy inner sleeves and thick PVC outer sleeve with two photo inserts. Some choice quotes from the movie etched in the runout grooves is the peach cherry on top. Recommended.
- 180g double vinyl pressing
- deluxe high-gloss gatefold jacket
- full color glossy printed inner sleeves
- includes photo insert and 24"x12" foldout poster
- PVC protective outer sleeve
- limited edition
- music label: Music On Vinyl 2018
reviewed by soggy peach 03/2018
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