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Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (The Original Soundtrack)


Download links and information about Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (The Original Soundtrack) by Stu Phillips. This album was released in 1970 and it belongs to Rock, Theatre/Soundtrack, Psychedelic genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 55:00 minutes.

Artist: Stu Phillips
Release date: 1970
Genre: Rock, Theatre/Soundtrack, Psychedelic
Tracks: 25
Duration: 55:00
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No. Title Length
1. Main Title Sequence / Beyond the Valley of the Dolls 4:40
2. Find It 1:57
3. Come With the Gentle People 2:19
4. Dinner Party 2:35
5. Girl from the City 2:32
6. I'm Comin' Home 3:38
7. Ampersand 2:36
8. Sweet Talking Candyman 2:19
9. In the Long Run 2:51
10. Back Stage 1:02
11. Hang Cool Teddybear! 0:39
12. Late Night Visit 1:56
13. Look On Up At the Bottom 2:51
14. Find It 2:00
15. Randy Throws In the Towel 1:15
16. I Need You So Very Much / Checkmate 1:12
17. Let the Games Begin 1:15
18. Methinks You Remind Me of Certain Things... 1:59
19. I Am Superwoman! 0:55
20. Murder On the Beach 2:09
21. Gun Stroke 0:58
22. Beyond the Valley of the Dolls Theme 3:59
23. Sweet Talkin' Candyman 1:55
24. Come With the Gentle People 2:32
25. Look On Up At the Bottom 2:56



The 1970 cult film Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls simply would not have been as groovy without this awesome soundtrack. Based on three young women in an acid-rock band named the Carrie Nations who relocate to Hollywood in pursuit of fame and fortune, film composer and record producer Stu Phillips had his hands full here as he wrote the main score as well as the songs performed by the band. “Main Title Sequence” sets a foreboding tone with marching drums, plodding orchestral trills and haunting melodies sung by cheesy Lawrence Welk-ian choral singers before fuzz-guitars and soulful womanly wailing introduces the fictitious band with their hyper go-go hit “Find It,” sounding like a cross between the Shocking Blue and the Jefferson Airplane. “Come With The Gentle People” and “In The Long Run” spotlights the Carrie Nations’ softer sunshine pop side, while the sultry “Sweet Talkin’ Candy Man” proves to be the most rocking tune here. Still, what’s most impressive is how a fake band can perform songs that sound better than those of many real bands of the time.