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This exciting Vocalion release brings together the original soundtracks from three classic 1970s British soft-core sex films, each of which starred 1970s glamour-puss Fiona Richmond, the then girlfriend of self-proclaimed King of Soho, Paul Raymond. This X-rated trilogy was directed by library music legend James Clarke, the man responsible for some of the finest - and funkiest - compositions in the catalogues of publishers such as KPM, Amphonic Music and Bruton Music. The disc kicks off with James's beautiful, colourful score for 1977's 'Hardcore', which purported to tell the lascivious life story of Fiona Richmond. The music ranges from the most exquisite romantic orchestral material (Tale of Two Girls, Tricky Hand) to Fender Rhodes-laden jazzy funk (Heavy Keyboard, Fruity and On Stage), all performed by a star-studded line-up of British session musicians including Barry Morgan (drums), Herbie Flowers (bass guitar), Steve Gray (keyboards) and Tristan Fry (percussion). The disc is completed by various cues from Steve Gray's hauntingly beautiful score for 1975's 'Exposé', which also starred Udo Kier and Linda Hayden, and a suite of music drawn from James Clarke's lush, orchestral score for 1977's 'Let's Get Laid!', which paired Fiona Richmond with sex comedy star Robin Askwith. This is the first time that any of this music has been commercially released, and all of it has been expertly remastered from the original analogue stereo tapes, for that trademark Vocalion crystal-clear sound. The accompanying booklet contains fascinating liner notes by James Clarke, as well as rare unseen photographs and original promotional material connected with the films.

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