Paul Anka, Maurice Jarre - The Longest Day (Le Jour le plus long) (1962/2013)
Original Soundtrack (Bande originale du film de Darryl F. Zanuck)
Also contains music from: Un Taxi Pour Tobrouk, Paris Brule-t-il?,
La Bataille Du Rail, Le Pere Tranquille, Jeux Interdits
EAC | FLAC (Tracks) + cue.+log ~ 187 Mb | Mp3, CBR320 kbps ~ 102 Mb | Scans ~ 64 Mb
Soundtrack, Score | Label: Milan | # 399 485-2 | 00:44:29
A unique film deserves a unique score. The famous song from “The Longest Day” was written and composed by Paul Anka. The rest of the score was composed, arranged, and orchestrated by Maurice Jarre. It was the minimum needed for this super production, which is considered as one of the most brilliant tributes to the freedom soldiers! In addition to “The Longest Day”’s score are featured the World War II cinema classics’ soundtracks: Denys de la Patellière’s “Un Taxi Pour Tobrouk” composed by Georges Garvarentz, René Clément’s “Is Paris Burning?” composed by Maurice Jarre, René Clément’s “La Bataille du Rail” composed by Yves Baudrier, René Clément’s “Mr. Orchid composed by René Cloërec, and René Clément’s “Forbidden Games” composed by Narciso Yepes.