Since Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope was released in 1977, composer John Williams' scores have defined the soaring adventure for all six episodes in the saga. Williams won the Academy Award for Best Original Score for the series' first film and received Oscar nominations for Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983). Williams continues his association with the Star Wars saga, composing the score for the 2015 reboot Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Sony Records is delighted to present one the most acclaimed and enduring movie soundtracks in Hollywood history, John Williams's original score for Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, on limited edition double picture disc vinyl. Each disc features a classic image from the film on one side and an artist's rendering on the other. LP1 has the Death Star on the A-side and a Darth Vadar drawing on the B-side while LP2 has Han Solo and Chewbacca on the A-side and a Death Star painting on the B-side. The gorgeous 2LP-set comes housed in a clear PVC sleeve.
|A3||Princess Leia's Theme|
|A4||The Desert and the Robot Auction|
|B1||Ben's Death and TIE Fighter Attack|
|B2||The Little People Work|
|B3||Rescue of the Princess|
|C1||The Land of the Sandpeople|
|C2||Mouse Robot and Blasting Off|
|C3||The Return Home|
|C4||The Walls Converge|
|C5||The Princess Appears|
|D1||The Last Battle|
|D2||The Throne Room and End Title|