For Your Listening Pleasure, Shaw Brothers Music

by SMK on September 7, 2012 · 2 comments in Buddhist Blog

Over on the Diggers Union website, Hevehitta & DJ Unexpected bring to the Martial World yet another musical creation catering to the fans of the kung fu film genre, more specifically, those who partake in the viewing of Shaw Brothers films. You can listen to the 30 minute production directly on their site, and even download it for FREE and listen to at your leisure.

For this special 30 minute edition of Enjoy and Be Educated, The Diggers Union have compiled some of their favorite Shaw Brothers’ movie soundtracks from the De Wolfe Music Library. Also included are two bonus tracks from another Kung-Fu movie soundtrack. Most of you Kung-Fu fanatics should recognize it immediately. Enjoy and be educated.

Playlist:

01. Intro
02. Chinatown Kid
03. 3 Evil Masters (a/k/a The Master)
04. 3 Evil Masters (a/k/a The Master)
05. Avenging Eagle
06. Invincible Shaolin
07. Shaolin Avengers
08. Shaolin Intruders
09. 7 Man Army
10. Big Brother Cheng
11. Godfather from Canton
12. 36th Chamber of Shaolin
13. Bonus Track
14. Bonus Track

Source: The Diggers Union

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Dave April 12, 2018

Hi…. not seeing soundtrack link here … still exist? Where can I find allt he beautiful kung fu music from Shaw Bros and the golden era?
Thanks and Respect

Timeless Dave

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Michael Lauck September 10, 2012

This is SWEET! It is all up in my iPod forever.

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