On preorder now: Collection "Horreur à la française" • Volume V
Preorder • Delivery expected for January, 7th 2019.
The Omega Productions Records is proud to present you an exclusive double feature entitled Philippe d'Aram for Jean Rollin, Op. 1 and including the soundtracks of The Living Dead Girl (1982) and The Bride of Dracula (2002), put together for the first time on a single CD.
As a music player inseparable of the universe of Jean Rollin, Philippe d'Aram composed for The Living Dead Girl a partition both dark and melancholic. Twenty years later, the similar sounds of The Bride of Dracula – from percussion to synthesizers and string pieces – will echo it. This musical polyvalence serves perfectly the images of the master of the fantastic French style.
Straight from Philippe d'Aram's original master tapes, then remastered by Julien Louvet and Martin Bowes, this edition contains for the first time the full score of The Living Dead Girl, including three unpublished tracks. With the help of Daniel Gouyette, The Bride of Dracula is published for the first time on physical media in its full version.
The 16-pages booklet includes bilingual (French / English) internal notes by Philippe d'Aram and an introduction by Lucas Giorgini, as well as numerous shooting pictures from the director's archives. This edition also offers two reversible covers.
Limited collector’s edition of 500 copies with a postcard.
Total disc time • 50:49
Selling price • 15€99
Samples and preorder at https://www.theomegaproductionsrecords.com/
Mysterious music with cinematographic mood from a Kohsuke Kindaichi TV series — a famous fictional story about Japanese detective, written by Seishi Yokomizo. Double vinyl with bonus tracks delivered from Japan with obi.
Digging. Hands like shovels.. The things in the box aren't part of a set or specially bought nor all wooden or labelled educational. But they work. I'm using what we have got to explore play ideas. Just choose a theme and find a few items that could work with that and put them in a box. It's called an invitation to play (with clear rules around why we shouldn't feed the dog lentils!) I packed away a massive box of vehicles and kept out these and one larger crane.
Plastic storage box.
Rice and lentils.
Rubble vehicle from paw patrol(character removed)
Blocks with magnetic parts from an IKEA set.
Magnet crane bit from a train set
Wooden figures (cake toppers from Amazon)
Small plastic shovel