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Walter Murphy - Themes From E.T. (The Extra Terrestrial) album flac Performer: Walter Murphy
Title: Themes From E.T. (The Extra Terrestrial)
Style: Disco
Released: 1982
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1264 mb
FLAC album: 1521 mb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: VOX MOD WAV MPC WMA AHX WAV
Genre: Funk and Soul

Composed by John Williams, the album was narrated by American recording artist Michael Jackson, produced by composer Quincy Jones and distributed by MCA Records. The production of the audiobook had John Williams and Michael Jackson working with Rod Temperton, Freddy DeMann, and Bruce Swedien.

Walter Murphy – Themes From . Michiel van der Kuy – 05 - . Colin Harper, Queensland Symphony Orchestra – Theme.

Producer: Walter Murphy.

Walter Murphy is a classically-trained pianist and former advertising jingle writer. His disco single "A Fifth Of Beethoven" topped the US Hot Hundred in 1976 and was subsequently featured on the best-selling soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever.

Ted (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Walter Murphy. Rhapsody In Blue by Walter Murphy. Phantom Of The Opera by Walter Murphy. View all albums . Discosymphony.

The album spawned the singles "Bolero" and "Mostly Mozart"; the latter failed to chart, indicating that Murphy had taken the "classical disco" concept as far as it could go. Also in 1979, Murphy joined with brothers Eddie and Frank Dillard, forming the band Uncle Louie. They signed on to TK Records and released one album, Uncle Louie's Here, which explored a more aggressive, funk-based angle than Murphy's solo albums. In 1982, Murphy signed on to MCA Records and recorded Themes from . The album contained disco and pop-tinged arrangements of themes to popular movies of the time, such as .

Best Instrumental Composition Written Specifically For A Motion Picture or for Television. Best Instrumental Arrangement.

In other words, pop culture went absolutely bonkers over . and it's not difficult to see why. The film's focus on the excitement and wonder of childhood appealed not only to kids, but also their parents. And those parents spoke with their wallets. Soooo many lunchboxes. Released just a year after Raiders of the Lost Ark, .

Tracklist

A Themes From E.T. (The Extra Terrestrial) 3:43
B Your Planet Or Mine? 3:10

Credits

  • Producer, Arranged By – Walter Murphy

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MCAT 791 Walter Murphy Themes From E.T. (The Extra Terrestrial) ‎(12") MCA Records MCAT 791 UK 1982
104 693 Walter Murphy Themes From E.T. (The Extra Terrestrial) ‎(7", Single) MCA Records 104 693 Germany 1982
104 693 Walter Murphy Dance To Themes From E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial ‎(7", Single) MCA Records 104 693 Germany 1982
104 693 Walter Murphy Themes From E.T. (The Extra Terrestrial) ‎(7") MCA Records 104 693 France 1982
0052099-2 Walter Murphy Canciones De Extra Terrestial = Themes From E.T. ‎(7", Single) MCA Records 0052099-2 Peru 1982