Blindman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Record Store Day Edition)
  • Side One
    • 1. "Main Titles"
    • 2. "Blindman’s Arrival"
    • 3. "Blindman’s Mariachi"
    • 4. "Blindman Vs. Bandidos"
    • 5. "Lonely Horseman"
    • 6. "Blindman Escapes"
    • 7. "Blindman’s Mariachi #2"
    • 8. "A Man’s Revenge"
    • 9. "Zatoichi In The West"
  • Side Two
    • 1. "Blindman’s Mariachi #3"
    • 2. "Fifty Women For Blindman"
    • 3. "Rescuing The Girls"
    • 4. "The Procession"
    • 5. "Blindman Strikes Back"
    • 6. "Blindman’s Mariachi #4"
    • 7. "Final Confrontation"
    • 8. "Finale & End Titles"

Blindman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) was in conjunction with the worldwide event Record Store Day on limited edition blood splatter vinyl, with new liner notes by acclaimed musician/songwriter Gary Lucas and a reproduction of the original film poster. The film, originally released in 1971, features music by Italian composer Stelvio Cipriani. For Blindman, Cipriani alternates between classically orchestrated soundtrack music and mariachi-inflected themes, staying true to the thematic motifs of the film. For several decades, the Blindman soundtrack never saw an official physical release (CD only, by Digitmovies in Italy, in 2005), and was previously only available digitally. This special edition will be the soundtrack’s debut on the vinyl format.

Blindman soundtrack jacket, inner sleeve, and blood-splattered vinyl