Thursday, May 7, 2009

Various - Music From The First 7 Gamera Films


Anonymous said...

I want to thank you for all those OST, specially those from Akira Ifukube but not only those. This is great music and I wish it could never end. Congratulations, it's a great blog.

prof. grewbeard said...

thanx, it's nice to be appreciated.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for these soundtracks, and please keep posting them, the more the merrier.

BTW, do you happen to have the Akira Ifukube's Ostinato cd?

prof. grewbeard said...

re: Akira Ifukube's Ostinato cd-

sorry, no.

tripmaster said...

wow! you're on fire!! thanks again for all the awesome shares...i hope i'm not spoiling any shares you may have been planning on posting, but here are but a few godzilla shares that have been posted over here, a place i consider home...(btw, feel free to stop by!! love to have you contribute and be a part of our community)

masaru satoh - godzilla vs sea monster

shunsuke kikuchi - gamera vs zigra [224]

masaru satoh - godzilla vs mechagodzilla [320]

akira ikufube - atragon [192]

akira ikufube - frankenstein conquers the world [192]

akira ikufube - king kong escapes [320]

akira ikufube - ghidora, the three headed monster [192]

"King Kong vs. Godzilla"
(courtesy of isbum)

Masaru Satoh - Son of Godzilla (1967) [Extended]
(courtesy of H20)

and if you're into the new school godzilla scores...(Courtesy of ffshrine members grimms and goisles01)

Gamera: Guardian of the Universe - Koh Otani

Gamera 2: Attack of Legion - Koh Otani

Gamera 3: Revenge of Irys - Koh Otani

Godzilla vs Biollante

Godzilla vs MechaGodzilla II

Godzilla vs Space Godzilla

Godzilla 2000 (J.Peter Robinson cues)

Godzilla vs Megaguiras

Godzilla x MechaGodzilla

Godzilla x Mothra x MechaGodzilla: Tokyo SOS

Godzilla: Final Wars

Akira Ifukube - Frankenstein Conquers The World (1966)

The Best of Godzilla 1954-1975

Godzilla 1984 (1985 Ost)

Godzilla Vs Mecha Godzilla II (Millenium Era Ost)

The Best of Godzilla 1954-1975

The Best Of Godzilla 1984 - 1995 (Vinyl Rip)

i realize some of these may/may not be at a higher bitrate from the ones that have been posted by you already, and also some of the links may not be still active, but most are good, from what i have checked.


prof. grewbeard said...

groovy, there's a few on the list i don't have, thanx!

Leslie Hurteau said...

Thank you both for the incredible uploads. I love the music in these films almost as much as I love the special effects.

ringo said...

does anybody know something about the beat band in the first gamera movie? name, song, writer, anything?

prof. grewbeard said...

please see-

-unless you're talking about the japanese surf band that actually appears in the movie- in the japanese version they are playing a different song, NOT "Gammera" by The Moons...

bloodyarts said...

Discovered this site sometime last week and promised myself I'd come back and give appreciation, so here I am.

Site is awesome, and I've never seen such a collection of kaiju eiga soundtracks!

OK, after much heavy breathing and salivating, I dl'd a couple (Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla '74 and KK vs. G), but the files seem to be corrupt, broken or otherwise unable to unpack.

I use WinRAR and 7-Zip, but neither worked. Any advice, options, etc.?

prof. grewbeard said...

well, i'm assuming the links for MechaGodzila '74 & Kong Vs. Godzilla you mentioned came from the comments above and not from my blog, because i didn't post those, so i'm afraid i can't help you there. whoever posted them originally might have let the links expire. i might post those two myself eventually. anyway, hope you enjoy the other stuff i did post!

bloodyarts said...

Hey, prof!

Yeah, its the weirdest thing.. the links work, the files download, but the zipped (or rar'd) file won't open. outside of winzip, winrar, and 7-zip, I don't know what else to use to open them up.

Shame, cuz I want ALL those rassum frassum soundtracks that guy posted!

Anyway, I'll be back periodically. I'll post my appreciation every time I grab something. Hopefully, I'll be able to contribute some day.

prof. grewbeard said...


Benjamin Hammond said...

does anyone know anything about the band that appears in the first gamera? it's not the moons, gamera.

prof. grewbeard said...

no, the Moons are only heard in the U.S. version. they were never a real band anyway, just a studio concoction. i have no info ont the band that actually appears or even if they were a "real" band. have you heard Shout! Factory is planning on releasing the Showa Gamera films, lbx w/subs?

Benjamin Hammond said...

if i can find any info on that group i will report back. boss blog btw!

Lynton said...

Hey,ah,I've been going gung ho on downloading all those Gojira soundtracks.Those Akira Ifukube ones are gonna get a good play this week at the fruitshop that I work at.Cheers!

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