|3.||F Minor Stretch||2:53|
|6.||Blood And Bruises||1:03|
|9.||Off To Houston||1:36|
|10.||Welcome To Houston||2:28|
|13.||The Little Doggie Waltz||2:58|
|15.||One More Time||1:00|
|17.||Two On One||1:22|
|18.||The Analyst Resigns||1:28|
|19.||The Boat Ride||:27|
|22.||Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky)||:51|
|24.||God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen/Deck The Halls||1:39|
|25.||Gathering Of The Clan||:52|
|27.||Little Boys (End Title)||5:26|
|29.||Meeting Agnes (alternate)||:59|
Music Composed and Conducted by Henry Mancini
The great Henry Mancini makes a long overdue appearance in our CD Club and it's in the form of one of his classic scores for Blake Edwards!
A Los Angeles playboy, renowned for his fast and loose love life, runs head-on into a mid-life crisis in this uproarious Blake Edwards comedy starring Burt Reynolds and Julie Andrews.
David Fowler (Reynolds) has two passions, sculpting and women, and he's been quite successful in both departments until now. David finds that this insatiable hunger for women begins to render him socially, artistically and, finally, sexually impotent. His desperate inner struggle drives him to the couch of an attractive psychiatrist, Marianna (Andrews), to whom David reveals everything from his first sexual encounter to his currently disturbing - and often hilarious - romantic adventures. But can Marianna help David control his roving eye before it's too late?
Henry Mancini contributed not only the film's dramatic score and end title song but also wrote all the source music himself and, in doing so, infused the score with a great eclecticism and variety.
This never before available opus from one of the most important director/composer collaborations in the history of film is at last available!