Man in a Suitcase: Original Soundtrack Selections
Featuring new transfers from original analogue tape elements, mastering/vinyl cutting by Ray Staff (one of the best audio engineers in the world) and high quality pressing by the renowned Pallas pressing plant in Germany, this range of audiophile-level albums is presented on 180g virgin vinyl and gives superb sound reproduction.
A discredited ex-CIA agent reduced to working as a private investigator, McGill travels the world as a ‘gun for hire’. In place of the glitz and glamour of sixties private eyes, his world is one of uncertainty, tough decisions and a constant struggle to survive. Richard Bradford’s astonishing method acting gives Man in a Suitcase a genuine edge and intensity that’s reflected in Ron Grainer’s driving, relentless main title, a dynamic theme employing strident piano and brass that has become a genre classic. Against this dynamic signature tune, Albert Elms’ incidental cues provide contrasting moods throughout the series, reflecting a diverse range of global settings and following every pitfall on the rocky career path of the outsider known only as McGill.
1 Main Titles *
2 Man From The Dead
3 All That Glitters
4 Find The Lady
6 The Girl Who Never Was
1 Variation On A Million Bucks (part one)
2 Variation On A Million Bucks (part two)
3 The Bridge
4 The Man Who Stood Still
5 Somebody Loses, Somebody... Wins?
6 Who’s Mad Now?
7 Castle In The Clouds
8 End Titles *
All selections composed by Albert Elms except * Ron Grainer