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Three Days Of The Condor: Original Soundtrack (Gold Numbered Vinyl)
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- Release Date 09 February 2018
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- Vinyl LP
- Music On Vinyl
• 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL
• PVC PROTECTIVE SLEEVE
• MUSIC COMPOSED AND CONDUCTED BY DAVE GRUSIN
• CLASSIC SPY THRILLER WITH A TWIST, STARRING ROBERT REDFOD & FAYE DUNAWAY
• FIRST PRESSING OF 1.000 INDIVIDUALLY NUMBERED COPIES ON GOLD VINYL
The 1975 classic spy thriller 3 Days Of The Condor, an adaption from the book written by James Grady, is directed by Sydney Pollack, starring Robert Redford and Faye Dunaway. Robert Redford plays a common man battling for his life in an uncommon situation; he just escapes from the building where he works when all his other CIA administrative colleagues are brutally murdered. What follows is a stylish suspense thriller where Redford tries to uncover the mystery and is unwillingly forced to kidnap a young woman (Faye Dunaway) to aid him. 3 Days Of The Condor influenced a generation of similar-themed thrillers, including Will Smith’s Enemy Of The State.
To accompany this classic spy thriller, jazz musician Dave Grusin turned in music with familiar elements of jazz fusion and R&B funk. Guest vocalists Jim Gilstrap on “I’ve Got You Where I Want You” and Marti McCall’s “Silverbells” conclude the mainly instrumental score which was produced by Neely Plumb.
The first Music On Vinyl pressing of 3 Days Of The Condor is pressed on gold vinyl. Finally available again for the first time since its original release in 1975, only 1.000 individually numbered copies are available.