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Secret Society
09-13-2011, 03:51 PM
Carlito's Way (1993) Patrick Doyle (Flac)
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bishtyboshty
09-13-2011, 04:17 PM
I would appreciate a link.

docrate1
09-13-2011, 05:07 PM
Could you please send me the link ? thank you !

sjes
09-13-2011, 05:24 PM
Would love a link dude!



Cheers

Worora
09-14-2011, 06:22 PM
Yeah, how about one of them links?

TristanLudlow
09-15-2011, 01:17 AM
I would love a link:)

rabinrocks
09-15-2011, 11:17 AM
I would also love a link. cheers

Patcher
09-21-2011, 12:03 PM
Awesome music! And, no, I don't need the link as this was the very last Varese-CD I bought. ;)

diabolik66
02-17-2012, 06:19 AM
could I please have the link. Thanks

nintendiator
02-18-2012, 08:39 AM
Requesting a link and a ticket to the paradise, baby~

megamattterra
02-19-2012, 04:51 PM
could i have the link? thank you!

FURAX33
02-20-2012, 12:00 PM
Please, could you send me the link ? Thanks

Pangare
08-23-2012, 02:00 PM
Hey, here's the score at 320kbps:

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Does anyone know if there's an expanded or complete version? I love this score.

tapoktro
04-26-2013, 05:31 AM
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Carlito’s Way (1993) Soundtrack Score
Composed by: Patrick Doyle


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Tracklist:
01. Carlito's Way (05:17)
02. Carlito And Gail (04:07)
03. The Cafe (02:01)
04. Laline (02:36)
05. You're Over, Man (02:11)
06. Where's My Cheescake? (02:12)
07. The Buoy (04:04)
08. The Elevator (01:47)
09. There's An Angle Here (02:18)
10. Grand Central (10:08)
11. Remember Me (04:52)

Isaias Caetano
04-26-2013, 10:05 AM
Carlito's Way | Original Motion Picture Score by Patrick Doyle | 1993

Plot

The story takes place in New York, 1975, when Carlito "Charlie" Brigante is released from prison with the help of his close friend and lawyer, Dave Kleinfeld. Carlito makes a surprising announcement: he intends to go straight. He visits his old neighborhood and is disturbed by how much has changed during his years in jail and how few people he now knows. He re-acquaints with Pachanga, a fellow gangster, who lists their friends who have either died or been sent to prison. Carlito then reluctantly accompanies his young cousin Guajiro to a big drug deal at a bar. However, the gang has already killed Guajiro's boss and they kill him as well. Carlito ends up having to shoot his way out, killing or seriously wounding all of the gang members. Once the dust settles, he takes Guajiro's $25,000 drug money from the deal and buys into a nightclub owned by a gambling addict named Saso, after a tip from Kleinfeld.

Now running the club, he begins to save every penny possible. He brings in his friend Pachanga as his right-hand security man. He also encounters Benny Blanco, an obnoxious young gangster from the Bronx who considers Carlito an inspiration and a possible business partner, but Carlito is disinterested. Carlito finds Gail, a former girlfriend whose dream was to be a Broadway dancer, and they meet with some awkwardness.

Meanwhile, Kleinfeld, now taking cocaine and drinking extensively, goes to a prison barge to meet with a mob-boss client, Anthony "Tony T" Taglialucci. Tony believes that Kleinfeld stole a million dollars from him that was supposed to be used for a payoff. Angry and in poor health, he tells Kleinfeld the phone number of his son Frankie and gives him an ultimatum: use his personal boat to break him out of prison, or have the mob put a contract on his head. Kleinfeld leaves the barge and throws up outside, unable to deal with his dilemma.

Lalin, a former friend also recently out of jail, arrives in the club to greet Carlito. However, Carlito discovers a "wire" on Lalin and that he was sent by District Attorney Norwalk to gain evidence for some new allegations of dealing that have been made against him. However, he rejects the violence of his youth and spares Lalin any harm. Carlito then follows up on Lalin's comment about having seen Gail dance in an artistic stage show on Broadway, but is surprised to find Gail actually pole-dancing in a strip show.

Kleinfeld later develops a love interest with Benny Blanco's girl, Steffie, who works at Carlito's nightclub. Benny, while waiting for Steffie, grows more frustrated with Carlito's constant rejection of him and approaches him. Carlito tells Benny face-to-face that he is a low-life punk and to leave him and his friends alone. Benny lunges forward and chokes Steffie, but Kleinfeld, high on cocaine, pulls out a gun and threatens to kill him, throwing the crowd into chaos. Carlito intervenes and Benny is manhandled into the office upstairs. He threatens to kill Carlito, who strikes him in the face and sends him crashing down a flight of stairs. Pachanga and Kleinfeld both feel that Carlito should kill Benny on the spot, but, like Lalin previously, Carlito decides to let Benny go, alienating Pachanga.

Kleinfeld throws a party at his summer house, but his cocaine and alcohol addiction does him no favours. A nervous wreck, he begs for Carlito's help with Tony T's prison bust. Carlito, seeing himself indebted to Kleinfeld, reluctantly agrees to help him. Later that night, Carlito makes love to Gail in her apartment and she joins him at the nightclub the next night. Kleinfeld embarrasses her in front of everybody and lets the prison bust slip, causing a heated rift between Carlito and Gail, who maintains she can never trust him again about his vows to go clean.

Carlito joins a coked-up Kleinfeld with Frankie Taglialucci to retrieve Tony T. from the buoy. However, Kleinfeld maniacally batters Tony to death and also slits Frankie's throat, dumping both of their bodies in the sea. Carlito, realizing the dangerousness of Kleinfeld's transgression, severs his ties with him and decides to leave town with Gail. Sosa informs him that Pachanga is disillusioned by him and that there are rumours he is spying for Benny Blanco, but Carlito is not interested.

However, the next day, Kleinfeld gets stabbed in the chest at his office by two mobsters, but survives the attack. After Carlito learns of the attack, he is taken into District Attorney Norwalk's office. The Police play an interview tape of Kleinfeld making the original allegations against Carlito that Lalin was garnering evidence for, and even offering to testify against him. They know that Kleinfeld and Carlito were both on the boat when the Taglialuccis were murdered, but Carlito refuses to be a snitch, despite Kleinfeld's betrayal and luxurious offers of immunity and plane-tickets to the Bahamas.

Carlito goes to the hospital to learn the truth from Kleinfeld's own lips. On the way he notices a suspicious man dressed as a police officer. Kleinfeld admits to attempting to sell out Carlito because a man needs to look out first and foremost for himself. While pretending to advise Kleinfeld with a gun hidden under a pillow, Carlito deftly unloads it and leaves. The suspicious police officer turns out to be Tony T.'s other son, Vincent "Vinnie" Taglialucci, seeking vengeance for the death of his brother and father. Kleinfeld attemps to shoot him but the gun clicks and Vinnie shoots him in the head, killing him, as Carlito coldly throws his bullets into the bin outside.

He then buys train tickets to Miami for himself and Gail, who is pregnant with his child. He returns to the club intent on getting his money and getting out. Once there, however, he is greeted by a group of Italian gangsters led by Vinnie Taglialucci, who spotted Carlito earlier in the hospital. The Italians know that he is involved, but before they have a chance to do anything, Carlito manages to slip out through a back way. A wild chase ensues where the Italians pursue him throughout the city's subway system and into Grand Central Terminal, where the train Carlito and Gail will be taking is about to leave.

Carlito nearly manages to give them the slip, but is spotted and drawn into a wild gunfight where he manages to kill off all of his pursuers except Vinnie, who is shot down by police while chasing Carlito. Carlito runs for the train where Gail and Pachanga are excitedly waiting for him. However, he is unexpectedly ambushed by a disguised Benny Blanco, who shoots Carlito several times in the abdomen with a silenced gun. Pachanga admits to the dying Carlito that he is now working for Blanco, only to be shot in the head by Blanco, who then disappears. Carlito hands a tearful Gail the money and tells her to escape with their unborn child and start a new life elsewhere. The film ends with Carlito being wheeled away on a gurney as he stares at a billboard with a Caribbean beach and a picture of a woman. The billboard then comes to life in his mind and the woman, who is clearly Gail, starts dancing as Carlito slowly passes away.


William Kraft, conductor

Tozmo
04-26-2013, 11:48 AM
Thank you

G
04-27-2013, 07:00 PM
Thank, tapoktro.

tiopeppe
10-19-2013, 05:01 AM
May I ask for a link for this great lossless soundtrack, please? Thanks in advance!

xufaman
10-19-2013, 03:39 PM
Could you send me the link?
Thank you.

enders
10-20-2013, 06:36 AM
Please could you send me the link in a PM? Thanks in advance :-)

Eddy Vanbreda
10-20-2013, 06:43 AM
Would love the link!
Thanks in advance

gary1991
11-11-2013, 09:57 AM
May I ask for a link for this great lossless soundtrack, please? Thanks very much. Patrick Doyle at his very best!

zardoz22
11-11-2013, 10:04 AM
Secret Society's last post was on the 03-03-2012.

so you probably won't receive it from him.

MXK1980
11-11-2013, 12:33 PM
Thanks in advance for flac link !!

Sigraine
11-11-2013, 01:06 PM
Would be very interested by this score, please.

it2007
11-12-2013, 02:00 PM
Definitely interested in this one. Thanks in advance!

size123
11-17-2013, 04:24 PM
Can i please have a link to this score.

MXK1980
11-17-2013, 04:34 PM
Could i have the link? Thank you!

Catvision247
04-06-2014, 03:58 AM
Does anyone know if there's a recording sessions/complete score from Carlito's Way?

eoraptoridae
07-01-2014, 06:40 PM
The link doesn't work anymore.

May I ask for a new link for lossless?

Thank you in advance.

By the way, I'm now trying to find out

why sinoa loren has such beautiful voice,

but just performing 2 songs. It's a myth.

eoraptoridae
07-19-2014, 09:35 AM
finally find new thread about this OST.

tapoktro
09-15-2014, 04:50 AM
UPDATED: [Only registered and activated users can see links]

NumeroUno
04-09-2015, 08:40 AM
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kellohitty
04-12-2015, 06:06 AM
big thanks for the score. i'd never managed to find this before

Bafanse
12-13-2015, 12:18 PM
Would love the link!
Thanks