Encounters Of Every Kind (LP, Album). Follow-up to Star Wars disco record, samples Godzilla, pretty funny concept album about time and intergalactic travel. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 122 For Sale from €. 8.
Encounters Of Every Kind is an album by Meco, released in 1978.
Whether you'll like Encounters of Every Kind, the follow-up to Meco's successful Star Wars and Other Galactic Funk, depends on whether you like both lounge and disco. Or, more precisely, whether you'd like the thought of a discofied James Last orchestra with a science fiction theme and a bit of silliness thrown in for good measure. The orchestra, by the way, is made up of top session musicians (like Will Lee, Alan Shulman and Tom Malone) and even includes Randy Brecker.
Encounters of Every Kind (1977). Album by Meco Monardo. Theme From Close Encounters. was sampled in. Turtle Soup by DJ Food (1996). is a cover of. Main Title and Mountain Visions by John Williams (1977). was covered in. Incontri Ravvicinati Del Terzo Tipo by Fausto Papetti (1978). Topsy by Count Basie (1937). Encounters of Every Kind was the last Meco album to gain significant prominence on the Billboard charts, though he continued to record film tie-ins with disco-inspired albums for The Wizard of Oz, Superman & Other Galactic Heroes (a tie-in with Superman, which was another John Williams score) and ''Music From Star Trek & Music From The Black Hole (tie-ins. with the 1979 films Star Trek: The Motion Picture and The Black Hole)
Encounters Of Every Kind is an album by Meco, released in 1978. with the 1979 films Star Trek: The Motion Picture and The Black Hole)
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