Music from Agatha Christie’s Poirot

June 30, 2013 - Comment

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Mitri says:

Got it for the Theme Song, but Love It All A newfound Poirot fan, I was highly anticipating this album because I love the opening song to the TV series; I am glad when it gets stuck in my head! It turns out that I enjoy all of the other songs, too, especially the song “The Innocence of Caroline Crale” because of its wistful piano. The one song I don’t like is “One-Two, Buckle-My-Shoe” because it is pretty creepy… I just skip over that song when I am listening to the album at work, pretending I am a private detective…

Anonymous says:

I love this CD, especially the last track from “Death on the Nile” where we hear a suite of music from that film. And as another person commented, “One-Two, Buckle-My-Shoe” is creepy and not something people will listen to more than once. That said, overall Gunning really struck gold with his music for Poirot.However, it is missing one of Gunning’s masterpieces, the closing theme from “Murder on the Links” where Arthur and Belle (Dulcie Duveen in the books — the roles of the two…

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