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Brown released it as 'The Payback', an epic much-sampled eight-track double album that many regard as the funkiest thing ever recorded. The Beatles, 1965The Beatles spread their wings, from Lennon's Dylan-influenced You've Got To Hide Your Love Away to Mc Cartney's orchestral manoeuvres for Yesterday. Tommy The Who, 1975Surely the weirdest and most wonderful of all rock-opera movies, Tommy has the lot: Aretha Franklin, Keith Moon, Elton John… The Big Chill Various, 1983Lawrence Kasdan's loved and loathed friends-reunited film did for Motown what American Graffiti had done for rock'n'roll a decade before.
Out of the dimness opposite equals advance, always substance and increase, always sex, Always a knit of identity, always distinction, always a breed of life.
The Sound of Music Rodgers & Hammerstein, 1965Was there ever a more complete soundtrack? From the goofy Lonely Goatherd to the elegiac Edelweiss, via the soaring title song, The Sound of Music is as invigorating as an Alpine climb.
Diva Vladimir Cosma, 1981Cosma's score, for a slick, super-stylish thriller about an opera singer who refuses to be recorded, introduced a new kind of ambient, keyboard-driven cool to soundtracks. Various, Arista, 1979The cream of Britain's original burst of post-punk chart stars - Ian Dury, Elvis Costello, The Only Ones, The Undertones - plus American interlopers (Patti Smith, Richard Hell) get their hits out.
The Payback James Brown, 1974Brown recorded his first great soundtrack for the gangster street saga Black Caesar.