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    No funk whatsoever

    But it has a killer read (spoken word w/ music) titled
    "How Come You People" by Rod Steiger, who IS the pawnbroker,
    teaching his "student" how he "became to be so good with money"

    Jack

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  • mech1
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    Originally posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (saru75 @ Jan. 19 2004,11:10)]Thanks a lot for the feedback lads, soundtracks tend to be quite pricey here in Tokyo. Cheers
    saru75--you looking for the lp or the cd version? I've got the cd version which I got pretty cheap in the US. I'm sure Dusty Groove has them for an affordable price. check 'em out.

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  • saru75
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    Thanks a lot for the feedback lads, soundtracks tend to be quite pricey here in Tokyo. Cheers

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  • Sie Vulture
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    No funk. Strictly mid 60's jazz. Up to 20 bucks max for a minty copy, although you can find them for less.

    "Rack 'Em Up" was the track for me.

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  • theeman
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    20 bucks or less prolly.

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  • saru75
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    Whats a decent price to pay for it?

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  • theeman
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    no funk. it's from about 65. some great jazz and latin-y stuff though, and it's quite hard to find.

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  • saru75
    started a topic Quincy jones "the pawnbroker" ost

    Quincy jones "the pawnbroker" ost

    Found this today, but it was in a shop where they wouldnt let me check it out, so i need opinions, is it any good? Tried blaxploitation.com, but couldnt find it, does this mean it doesnt have the funk???
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