Finders Keepers Records
the score to the ultimate midnight movie and spiritual pseudo western an album that marks the exact pinprick where Alejandro Jodorowsky’s legacy first bled into the wider public consciousness.
To affirm its 70s rock credentials ‘El Topo’ was originally imported by record producer Alan Douglas (Jimi Hendrix / The Last Poets / Miles Davis) then bought by American Beatles manager Allen Klein under the recommendation of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, who shared enthusiasm with late night creatives like Dennis Hopper, Samuel Fuller and Don Cherry (who would later score ‘The Holy Mountain’). Presented here as part of a dedicated series of Jodorowsky’s ABKCO film scores (alongside the previously unreleased ‘The Holy Mountain’ and ‘The Dance Of Reality’), The acidic folk soundtrack was originally composed by Jodorowsky himself with his long term Mexican collaborator Nacho Méndez, with whom he had previously worked on the avant theatre production and LP H30. an enthralling and pop culturally significant release.
- Entierro Del Primer Juguete (Burial Of The First Toy) Bajo Tierra (Under The Earth) La Catedral De Los Puercos (The Pigs Monastery) Los Mendigos Sangrados (The Holy Beggars) La Muerte Es Un Nacimiento (Death Is Birth)
- Curios Mexicano (Mexican Curios)
- El Agua Viva (Living Water)
- Vals Fantasma El Alma Nace En La Sangre (The Soul Born In The Blood)
- Topo Triste
- Los Dioses De Azucar (The Sugar Gods)
- Las Flores Nacen En El Barro (Flowers Born In The Mud)
- El Infierno De Los Angeles Prostitutos (The Hell Of The Prostituted Angels)
- Marcha De Los Ojos En El Triangulos (March Of The Eyes In The Triangles)
- La Miel Del Dolor (The Pain Of The Honey)
- 300 Conejos (300 Rabbits)
- Conocimiento A Traves De La Musica (Knowledge Through Music)
- La Primera Flor Despues Del Diluvio (The First Flower After The Flood)