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After the Fox (Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Burt Bacharach

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Album Review

Burt Bacharach's soundtrack to this 1966 Peter Sellers vehicle wasn't easy to come by until its CD reissue, but fans of his classic '60s pop hits should hesitate before investing in this largely instrumental disc. Not at all similar to the lush orchestral pop usually associated with Bacharach, it's mostly populated by vaudevillian, even corny miniatures — sometimes with faux Italian motifs — that are stereotypically silly slapstick backdrops. The title theme, sung by the Hollies with heavily accented, spoken comic interjections by Peter Sellers, was neither too funny nor too musically appealing. And if you're a Hollies fan who wants the rare track, you're better off finding it on the Hollies' 30th Anniversary Collection box set.

Customer Reviews

Lady

I absolutely love this movie and its soundtrack. I first saw it years ago and thought it was very funny. You don't hear much about this movie but you should watch it to see Peter Sellers at his best. Very funny movie, showing Italy in the 60's (looking fab) and the Bacharach music is just so kitsch !

Biography

Born: 12 May 1928 in Kansas City, MO

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With a hit-single track record spanning four decades, Burt Bacharach became one of the most important composers of popular music in the 20th century, almost equal to such classic tunesmiths as George Gershwin or Irving Berlin. His sophisticated yet breezy productions borrowed from cool jazz, soul, Brazilian bossa nova, and traditional...
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