|1.||"Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence" (main Theme) (6:03)|
|2.||"The Last Emperor: Endroll" (8:01)|
|3.||"The Last Emperor: Rain" (4:15)|
|1.||"The Sheltering Sky" (main Theme) (6:26)|
|2.||"High Heels" (main Theme) (3:09)|
|3.||"Wild Palms" (main Theme) (2:30)|
|1.||"Little Buddha: Acceptance" (8:41)|
|2.||"Snake Eyes" (main Theme - long version) (5:21)|
|3.||"Femme Fatale: Bolerisch" (6:09)|
|1.||"Babel: Bibo No Aozora" (6:32)|
|2.||"Hara Kiri (Ichimei): Small Hope" (5:02)|
|3.||"Yae No Sakura" (Opening Theme) (2:59)|
|4.||"The Revenant" (main Theme) (3:04)|
While most celebrated in electronic music circles for his work as part of Yellow Magic Orchestra - not to mention a string of experimental solo works - Ryuichi Sakamoto has long been an acclaimed composer of music for the big screen. As the title suggests, this fine compilation gathers together some of his best soundtrack works. There are plenty of familiar favourites present - check the chiming, suitably cheery theme to "Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence" and the swelling closing theme from "The Last Emperor" - alongside lesser-known gems such as the lilting strings of "The Sheltering Sky (Main Theme)", the simmering beauty of "Little Buddha: Acceptance" and the jazz-influenced bliss of "Femme Fatale: Bolerisch".
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