Track List

Stomu Yamashta- Poker Dice

Louis Armstrong- Blueberry Hill

John Phillips- Jazz II

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra- Venus: The Bringer Of Peace

John Phillips- Boys From The South

Stomu Yamashta- 33 1/3

John Phillips- Rhumba Boogie

The Kingston Trio- Try To Remember

Stomu Yamashta- Mandala

John Phillips- America

Stomu Yamashta- Wind Words

John Phillips- Jazz

Stomu Yamashta- One Way

John Phillips- Space Capsule

John Phillips- Bluegrass Breakdown

John Phillips- Desert Shack

Stomu Yamashta- Memory Of Hiroshima

John Phillips- Window

John Phillips- Alberto

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra- Mars: The Bringer Of War

John Phillips- Liar, Liar

John Phillips- Hello Mary Lou

Robert Farnon- Silent Night

Genevieve Waite- Love Is Coming Back

John Phillips- The Man Who Fell To Earth

V/A - The Man Who Fell To Earth (Boxset - 2xLP + 2xCD + Poster + Book - Import)
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Release Date: 11/18/2016
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To celebrate Studiocanal's 40th Anniversary 4K release of Nic Roeg's cult classic 'The Man Who Fell To Earth', starring David Bowie, Universal will be releasing the complete soundtrack, available for the very first time, containing seminal pieces written for the film by John Phillips and Stomu Yamash'ta.

The film itself reached cult status due to Bowie's outstanding performance, and confirmed the film's director Nic Roeg, and book's author Walter Tevis, as champions of their respective fields. The music, highly celebrated but until now unavailable as a body of work, can now finally be acknowledged in its own light. 

Little is known, and much has been asked, as to why the soundtrack was never originally released, but due to lost tapes recently being uncovered it is now possible to present the original recordings, remastered on CD, Vinyl and in a dual format Deluxe Box. The Deluxe boxset features the 2CD & 2LP Vinyl components as well as poster, production stills and a coffee table book containing the story of the soundtrack. John Phillips of the Mamas and Papas composed and recorded much of the music for the film. The majority of Phillips' compositions have been unavailable for 40 years, until now.