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  1. Shazragore says:
    John Cameron's sublime flute led score to Ken Loach's film of a book by Barry Hines, the masterful Kes. This brief, intoxicating work was first issued on limited CD .
  2. Guzshura says:
    Out of print since Timely reissue of this classic of British cinema. “The sound of long-lost childhood The smell of a damp school cloakroom, from an age when comics were still printed on newsprint But this is more than just a product of the nostalgia industry –put on this album and immediately you’ll be soaring through the air, free of your earth shackles; for this is the sound.
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    Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited With the purchase of a CD or Vinyl record dispatched from and sold by Amazon, you get 90 days free access to the Amazon Music Unlimited Individual plan. After your purchase, you will receive an email with further information. Terms and Conditions apply. Learn more/5(9).
  4. Moogushicage says:
    Foreboding: Looking For Kes: Realisation: Burying Kes: Credits Bass Clarinet – Ronnie Ross; Clarinet – Danny Moss; Conductor, Arranged By – John Cameron (2) Drums KES CD: John Cameron (2) Kes.
  5. Kagis says:
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  6. Zugore says:
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  7. Gobei says:
    Kes by Ken Loach is one of the greatest British films of all time. It also has one of the finest soundtracks of the period. Put together by the incredibly talented John Cameron (the arranger for Donovan and great film score composer in his own right) this score sums up beautifully the freedom, innocence, and tragedy put across in the film.
  8. Magrel says:
    John Cameron, Soundtrack: Dude, Where's My Car?. John Cameron was born on March 20, in Woodford, Essex, England. He is known for his work on Dude, Where's My Car? (), The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo () and Les Misérables ().
  9. Faekus says:
    CD edition of this classic soundtrack from KPM mainstay John Cameron featuring classic British Jazz musicians Harold McNair, Tony Carr & David Snell. First ever release (in ) and subsequently deleted. 1 Front Titles 2 Billy's Paper Round 3 Dawn - Billy .

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