SOUND AND VI­SION

The lost score of The Man Who Fell To Earth

SFX: The Sci-Fi and Fantasy Magazine - - Time Machine The Man Who Fell To Earth -

For years there have been ru­mours about what Bowie did or didn’t record for The Man Who Fell To Earth sound­track. In August 2016, his long-time pro­ducer Tony Vis­conti con­firmed that Bowie did work on po­ten­tial mu­sic for the film after the Sta­tion To Sta­tion ses­sions, at Chero­kee Stu­dios in Los An­ge­les, with the as­sis­tance of pro­ducer Harry Maslin. Whether what he recorded will ever be re­leased is an­other mat­ter. In the mean­time, the 40th an­niver­sary reis­sue of the film is ac­com­pa­nied, for the first time, by the re­lease of John Phillips and Stomu Ya­mashta’s orig­i­nal score.

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