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The Comancheros - no title mp3 album

The Comancheros - no title mp3 album Performer: The Comancheros
Title: no title
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Country Blues
Date of release: 2013
Size MP3: 1941 mb
Size FLAC: 1713 mb
Rating: 4.6
Format: AHX MP1 AAC AUD VQF MMF MIDI

The Comancheros is a 1961 Western Deluxe CinemaScope color film directed by Michael Curtiz, based on a 1952 novel of the same name by Paul Wellman, and starring John Wayne and Stuart Whitman. The supporting cast includes Ina Balin, Lee Marvin, Nehemiah Persoff, Bruce Cabot, Jack Elam, Patrick Wayne, and Edgar Buchanan.

Title: The Comancheros (1961). Show HTML View more styles. I Recently got The Comancheros on DVD and watched it last night. I believe that is the first time that I have seen this film completely. I must admit to having a preference for John Wayne's earlier films from Stagecoach into the late 40's. This was the period when the studios were stills casting John Wayne in assorted roles with greater for lesser degree of success(who could forget him as the Mongolian emperor?) So only recently, I have been rediscovering his great performances in his middle period. But this is about another actor in this film.

Elmer Bernstein's score for The Comancheros somehow slipped past the attention of most movie music buffs across the years, owing to the absence of an official soundtrack album (20th Century-Fox Studios did not have the most active record division in the business), and due also, perhaps, to its coming after his music for The Magnificent Seven, Bernstein's. magnum opus in the genre. This CD does it more than justice, presenting the richly expressive, Copland-esque score in all of its rich timbres, and in real stereo, no less. The Comancheros, film score.

The Comancheros soundtrack from 1961, composed by Elmer Bernstein. Released by Classic Film Scores in 2013 containing music from The Comancheros (1961). Finale and End Title. Total Album Time: 41:25.

The Comancheros grew up playing rock and heavy metal. Then, they fell in love with Willie Nelson. This tension has created music that is as down to earth as it is grungy. More importantly, it’s music that comes up from the soil of Missouri and takes the listener on a musical journey from the Ozarks to the Mississippi on a Harley. It’s not perfect, but it’s incredibly real. The Comancheros grew up playing rock and heavy metal.