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Morrissey Mullen - Blade-Runner album

Morrissey Mullen - Blade-Runner album

  • Performer: Morrissey Mullen
  • Genre: Jazz / Soulful music
  • Title: Blade-Runner
  • Released: 1982
  • Style: Jazz-Funk, Funk
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 1454 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1659 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
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Morrissey Mullen - Bladerunner (1983).

MORRISSEY MULLEN is a jazz related rnb music artist.

Blade Runner is the soundtrack album for the 1982 film Blade Runner, composed by Greek electronic music composer Vangelis.

Blade Runner is a soundtrack composed by Greek electronic composer Vangelis for Ridley Scott's 1982 film Blade Runner. The original soundtrack release was delayed for over a decade, until 1994, despite the music being well-received by fans and critically acclaimed-it was nominated in 1983 for a BAFTA and Golden Globe as best original score.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Beggars Banquet (catalog number BEG 87). This album was released in 1982 year. UK. Format of the release is.

Also many other unreleased tracks have been remastered. Since the film's initial release in 1982, the now legendary Blade Runner score by Vangelis Papathanassiou has become one of the most talked about scores of all time. Released at: This album was released on the label Beggars Banquet (catalog number BEG 87T) Beggars Banquet (catalog number BEG 87(T)).

Up was the debut album by British jazz-fusion duo Morrissey–Mullen. Produced by Herbie Mann, it was recorded in New York in 1976, and featured the Average White Band as the rhythm section, together with other leading New York-based session musicians. Footloose" - (Jim Mullen) - 6:24. Sing Me Softly of the Blues" - (Carla Bley) - 4:55. Everything Must Change" - (Benard Ighner) - 6:15. Philip Phuling" - (Dick Morrissey) - 3:20. What a Way to Go" - (Dick Morrissey) - 5:43.

Other collaborations. In 1969, Dick Morrissey, by then many-time winner and runner-up of the Melody Maker Jazz Poll, teamed up with another Melody Maker award-winner, guitarist Terry Smith, with whom he had worked in J. J. Jackson’s Band, to form an early jazz-rock group, I. .M), recording their first album, Up (1976) in New York.

com/Up (Morrissey–Mullen album). Steven Patrick Morrissey (born 22 May 1959), commonly known by his last name, Morrissey, or by his nicknames, Moz or Mozza, is a British singer, lyricist, and author.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Bladerunner (Version)
Written-By – Vangelis
AA I Pull The Strings
Written-By – R. Niles*, T. Niles*

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – WEA Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Warner Bros. Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Niles Smiles Ltd.
  • Published By – Beggars Banquet Music Ltd.
  • Mastered At – Tape One
  • Pressed By – WEA Records Pressing Plant, West Drayton


  • Design [Sleeve Design] – Promedia
  • Mastered By – Pounda
  • Producer – Richard Niles
  • Vocals – Tessa Niles


Track A: Warner Bros. Music Ltd.
Track AA: Niles Smiles Ltd./Beggars Banquet Music Ltd.
Distributed by WEA Records Ltd., a Warner Communications Company.
Manufactured in the UK.

1st Category printed on sleeve
2nd Category printed on labels

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A [hand-etched]): BEG 87 T AI F/I W-L PounDA·TAIPE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side AA [hand-etched]): BEG 87 T `AA´ F/I RPI W-L
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): BEG 87(T) A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side AA): BEG 87(T) AA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BEG 87 Morrissey Mullen Bladerunner ‎(7", Single) Beggars Banquet BEG 87 UK 1982



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This is a kind of jazz-funk-disco version of "Love Theme" from Vangelis' score to Blade Runner (that song that sounds kind of like "Can't Take My Eyes Off You"). It's emphatically NOT an electro, synth, or house record; rather it's a very 70s style (by virtue of it all sounding like real instruments played live) dance offering with strong jazz vibes. This wouldn't sound out of place on an album by Chuck Mangione (tho no flugelhorn here!), Sea Level, or Lee Ritenour. As on the soundtrack version, the melody is carried by sax, which trades off with the searing guitar for solo action.