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Over twenty years ago, McGennis took his first leap of faith writing/directing/producing/music supervising his first film down in New Orleans.  The script was inspired by his friendship with a Jackson Square street artist and much of the filming was done in the French Quarter which was no "Big Easy."  McGennis had written a couple songs prior to writing the script and he reached out to composer David Kane to create an old-school funky score assigning instruments to different characters.  Jazz legend Jimmy Smith was their authentic point of departure but little did they know that the Jimmy Smith Group would wind up recording the score along with some of New Orleans finest players!  This project also marked the first time that McGennis would team up with Maria Muldaur for the theme song.  It was always McGennis' artistic vision to be able to combine movie and music.  This commemorative "movie album" marks the first time "Gravediggers" has ever been physically offered.

Gravediggers Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

SKU: 6 59696 55001 8
  • Side A

    Cimanno's Joint (1:32)

    The In Theme (5:51)

    Pete Meets Tony (3:10)

    Angie Meets Pete (3:24)

    Lafayette Groove (3:12)

    Winky (4:00)

    Side B

    Jacques-Imo's Groove (4:19)

    Pete Meets Rachel (3:26)

    Ass-Man Groove (2:04)

    Ridin' Bitch (1:44)  

    Maple Leaf Groove (2:34)

    Asselman Strikes (2:00)

    Lafayette Showdown (2:11)

    Leave Yourself To Chance (3:39) 

  • Vinyl shipped in proper record box suited to fit quantity 1-5 records. 

    All of our limited edition vinyl was picked up directly by us at pressing plant (Gotta Groove Records, Cleveland, OH).  

    We ship orders via USPS unless larger quantities specified and arranged via UPS or Fed Ex. 

    Sorry, no returns.     

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