The music was composed by Alejandro Jodorowsky with additional input from conductor John Barham. The soundtrack was recorded at Abbey Road Studio and originally released by Apple Records in 1971.
The Holy Mountain score is every bit hallucinatory as the visual imagery in the film. Musical styles that range from deep, primordial chants, to sitar folk melodies, to blaring orchestral riffs and romantic string arrangements provide the perfect aural accompaniment to the film. Features Don Cherry.
This double LP features liner notes by New York Times contributor Eric Benson with exclusive quotes from Alejandro Jodorowsky himself and a copious number of production stills.
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