Waxwork Records

Taxi Driver - 2 x LP Complete Score - (Yellow Vinyl) - Limited Edition - Bernard Herrmann

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Waxwork Records is honored to announce the 40th Anniversary soundtrack release of director Martin ScorseseÕs 1976 cinematic masterpiece, TAXI DRIVER.
Featuring an all star cast including Robert DeNiro, Jodie Foster, Cybill Shepard, Albert Brooks, and Harvey Keitel, TAXI DRIVER is regularly cited by audiences, critics, and film directors alike as one of the greatest films of all time. The music by legendary composer Bernard Herrmann was his final score before his death on December 24th, 1975.
Nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture, the film was considered Òculturally, historically, and aesthetically significantÓ by the US Library of Congress and was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry in 1994.
Waxwork Records is pleased to present TAXI DRIVER as a deluxe double LP featuring the complete film score by Bernard Herrmann on vinyl for the very first time, ever. Also included is the complete and remastered original 1976 soundtrack release.
Waxwork Records had the massive pleasure of working with legendary director Martin Scorsese on this 40th Anniversary release to which the director provided new, in depth, and exclusive liner notes. The new album artwork by Rich Kelly is also graciously approved by director Martin Scorsese.

* 180 Gram Taxi Cab Yellow Vinyl
* Director Liner Notes by Martin Scorsese
* Heavyweight Old-Style Tip On Gatefold Jacket
* Four Page Booklet
* Director Approved Album Art by Rich Kelly

Track Listing
1. Main Title,
2. Thank God For The Rain,
3. Cleaning The Cab,
4. I Still Can't Sleep/They Cannot Touch Her (Betsy's Theme),
5. Phone Call/I Realize How Much She Is Like The Others/A Strange Customer/Watching Palantine on TV/You're Gonna Die In Hell/Betsy's Theme/Hitting The Girl,
6. The .44 Magnum Is A Monster,
7. Getting Into Shape/Listen You Screwheads/Gunplay/Dear Father