|3.||Flight Of The Condor||2:25|
|4.||We'll Bring You Home||2:24|
|5.||Out To Lunch||2:00|
|6.||Goodbye For Kathy||2:16|
|1.||I've Got You Where I Want You||Jim Gilstrap||3:12|
|3.||Sing Along With The C.I.A.||1:34|
|4.||Spies Of A Feather, Flocking Together||1:55|
|5.||Silver Bells||Marti McCall||2:37|
|6.||Medley: Condor (Theme) / I've Got You Where I Want You||Jim Gilstrap||1:57|
Music On Vinyl presents the soundtrack for the 1975 classic spy thriller 3 Days Of The Condor, an adaption from the book written by James Grady, is directed by Sydney Pollack, starring Robert Redford and Faye Dunaway, music by Dave Grusin.
The 1975 classic spy thriller 3 Days Of The Condor, an adaption from the book written by James Grady, is directed by Sydney Pollack, starring Robert Redford and Faye Dunaway. Robert Redford plays a common man battling for his life in an uncommon situation; he just escapes from the building where he works when all his other CIA administrative colleagues are brutally murdered. What follows is a stylish suspense thriller where Redford tries to uncover the mystery and is unwillingly forced to kidnap a young woman (Faye Dunaway) to aid him. 3 Days Of The Condor influenced a generation of similar-themed thrillers, including Will Smith's Enemy Of The State.
To accompany this classic spy thriller, jazz musician Dave Grusin turned in music with familiar elements of jazz fusion and R&B funk. Guest vocalists Jim Gilstrap on 'I've Got You Where I Want You' and Marti McCall's 'Silverbells' conclude the mainly instrumental score which was produced by Neely Plumb.
The first Music On Vinyl pressing of 3 Days Of The Condor is pressed on gold vinyl. Finally available again for the first time since its original release in 1975, only 1.000 individually numbered copies are available. (first pressing)
180 gram audiophile vinyl
PVC protective sleeve
Music composed and conducted by Dave Grusin
Classic spy thriller with a twist, starring Robert Redfod & Faye Dunaway
First pressing of 1.000 individually numbered copies on Gold vinyl
Second pressing on black