Lawrence of Arabia (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Digitally Remastered] - Maurice Jarre

Lawrence of Arabia (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Digitally Remastered]

Maurice Jarre

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 2013-09-13
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12
  • ℗ 2013 Bacci Bros Records

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Lawrence of Arabia (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Digitally Remastered] ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Overture Maurice Jarre 4:20 USD 0.99
Main Title Maurice Jarre 2:05 USD 0.99
Miracle Maurice Jarre 2:55 USD 0.99
Nefud Mirage Maurice Jarre 2:28 USD 0.99
Rescue of Gasim and Bringing G Maurice Jarre 5:55 USD 0.99
Arrivals at Auda's Camp Maurice Jarre 2:07 USD 0.99
The Voice of the Guns Maurice Jarre 2:04 USD 0.99
Continuation of the Miracle Maurice Jarre 2:16 USD 0.99
Suns Anvil Maurice Jarre 3:16 USD 0.99
Lawrence and Bodygaurd Maurice Jarre 2:13 USD 0.99
This is the Desert Maurice Jarre 2:56 USD 0.99
End Title Maurice Jarre 1:16 USD 0.99


  • It's a classic

    By NC/17
    With pops and bumps that's what makes it more real . Just like the movie .. They were really there for every Shot in the movie .. David lean rocks ⚡️☀️as do all who Stars In the movie God bless all of you glenn
  • Digitally remastered?

    By iMidnightblue
    Four stars for a great film score that never gets old or loses its epic mood. The sound is to be desired. It comes with a rather abundance of crackling worn LP sound. If you can get passed that and enjoy the old school sound of the LP, then you will love the feel of it even more. For myself it gives it an authentic feel and sound overall. And if you were around when the LP was king - like myself - then you can also appreciate the language of the LP that the CD has still yet to capture.
  • Inferior source!

    By jrcornet
    This recording is the original soundtrack but it was transferred from vinyl! The needle drops, pops, hisses are all here. iTunes needs to better monitor their product.