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Big Big Movie Themes – Geoff Love & His Orchestra (#184)

on November 16, 2014

Big Big Movie Themes - Geoff Love & His OrchestraBig Big Movie Themes – Geoff Love & His Orchestra

Geoff Love was the king of easy listening. Forget Mantovani. Forget James Last. Love was Royalty.

Over several years under the MFP (Music for Pleasure) label, Geoff Love released several LPs featuring orchestrated theme tunes from film and television. Some good. Some bloody awful. Big Big Movie Themes is a kind of “Best of” but actually features some reworkings of some of Love’s best arrangements. Still good stuff though.

It now appears that these golden greats from the 1970s have been rereleased as CDs and are also available on iTunes so hopefully a whole new generation can experience Easy Listening to the full.

This album features:

The James Bond Theme
The Big Country
Somewhere My Love (Dr Zhivago)
The Way We Were
A Man and a Woman
Lawrence of Arabia
The Magnificent Seven
What’ll I do (The Great Gatsby)
A Summer Place
Colonel Bogey
Love Story
Warsaw Concerto (Dangerous Moonlight)


One response to “Big Big Movie Themes – Geoff Love & His Orchestra (#184)

  1. […] the band Gregorian, comprising mostly of men in hoods, and did to popular music what James Last and Geoff Love did to classical […]

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