THE WORLD’S GREATEST LOVER Vinyl Soundtrack by John Morris
RCA vinyl release of John Morris’ score to the 1977 comedy The World’s Greatest Lover.
Release Date: 1978.
The World’s Greatest Lover starred Gene Wilder as a neurotic baker who travels to Hollywood to attend a talent search for an actor to rival the great Valentino.
Although released nearing on four decades ago, it is still possible to purchase this as both a new and secondhand copy.
Features the original score composed and conducted by John Morris.
- Fox Trademark (00:13)
- Valentino Movie/World’s Greatest Lover Tango (03:32)
- Los Angeles Train (01:12)
- You Oughta Be In Pictures (00:54)
- You Oughta Be In Pictures/That’s My Weakness Now (00:31)
- Garden Music/Reaching For Someone (02:56)
- Ain’t It Kinda Wonderful (04:10) – vocal by Harry Nilsson
- Red Rose Uncle Harry/I’m Bringing A Red, Red Rose (02:51)
- I’m Bringing A Red, Red Rose (02:44)
- You Oughta Be In Pictures/Shuffle Off To Buffalo (02:46)
- Gene Valentino Montage (02:38)
- Fascination (Valse Tzigane)/Tent Scene (03:34)
- Gangster’s Walk/Valentino Tango (Noche De Amor)/Girls Kicking (02:24)
- Ain’t It Kinda Wonderful (01:24)
- Triumph Tango/Girls To Montage/Ain’t It Kinda Wonderful/Finale (04:07)
- Ain’t It Kinda Wonderful (01:38) – vocal by Harry Nilsson
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