‘Abe & Phil’s Last Poker Game’ Score By Steven Argila Debuts February 9!

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Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to Abe & Phil’s Last Poker Game, available digitally on February 9!  The album features score by Steven Argila (Dear Dumb Diary, “Paul Reiser Show”).  See track list below.

Gravitas Ventures presents ABE & PHIL’S LAST POKER GAME, in theaters (find a theater) & VOD starting January 12 (rent it on iTunes).

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Abe & Phil’s Last Poker Game
Steven Argila

01. Main Title
02. This Is Our New Home
03. First Meal Distress
04. Angela The New Nurse
05. I Hate Old People
06. Jokes Freak Out
07. Abe and Molly in Bed
08. Super Sex
09. Phil Confides in Abe
10. Orphan All Over Again
11. Angela Shows the Letter
12. Angela Asks Abe
13. Wanna See My Photographs? Part 1
14. Wanna See My Photographs? Part 2
15. Wanna See My Photographs? Part 3
16. Shtup, Cheryl
17. Lovemaking Part 1
18. Lovemaking Part 2
19. Escort Visits Phil
20. Fur Coat Is Gone
21. From Across the Room
22. Take Us Out of Here
23. Abe Tells Angela About Patricia
24. Abe Tells Mollie About Patricia
25. I’m Your Father (Phil)
26. Abe and Phil Talk About Angela
27. Abe Manipulates Grollman
28. You Thought You Were Helping
29. F**k ‘em All (Phil Dies)
30. Angela Tears Up Paternity Results
31. Abe Heart Attack
32. Abe Dies Part 1
33. Abe Dies Part 2

 

ABOUT ABE & PHIL’S LAST POKER GAME
When Dr. Abe Mandelbaum (Martin Landau) moves into the nursing home, Cliffside Manor, with his deteriorating wife Molly, he forms an improbable relationship with gambler and womanizer, Phil Nicoletti (Paul Sorvino). Even though at first Abe feels that moving into the home is the end of the road, he soon realizes that his life is finding a whole new beginning. Abe and Phil’s friendship is challenged when a mysterious nurse claims that her biological father resides in the home. Without children of their own, both Abe and Phil jump at the chance to convince Angela, and themselves, that they are her father.

ABOUT STEVEN ARGILA
Steven’s musical life began at the age of seven when his parents brought home an electric organ. By 10, he was winning regional and national competitions on piano and organ. At 14, he was accepted into the pre-college division of The Juilliard School. Steven continued his conservatory training for four years on a full scholarship to Juilliard, graduating with a Bachelor of Music degree. A professional musician since the age of 15, Steven has broad experience working in every capacity of the business, including as a composer, producer, songwriter, arranger, music director, orchestrator and performer – often simultaneously. And his intense classical training gives him the ability to work in a wide variety of styles. Flexibility and versatility are two of Steven’s trademarks, and he particularly enjoys collaboration with directors and producers.

Steven has composed for virtually every genre, from dramatic, comedy, and musical feature films (Basmati Blues, Mad Song, The Thing About My Folks, Dear Dumb Diary, How to Grow Your Own) to documentaries (Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict, Alive and Kicking), mocumentaries (Memron), animation (“Monster High,” “Max Steel,” “Scooby Doo Pirates Ahoy”, “Puppy Chase”), tv dramas, (“The Get”, CBS, “There’s Johnny”, NBC, “Skyward”, Amazon), sitcoms (“The Paul Reiser Show”, NBC, “10 Items or Less,” TBS), pop records, classical recordings, and musical theater. His talents range from creating lush dramatic scores to quirky comedy cues and everything in between. On the forthcoming Hollywood-meets-Bollywood musical Basmati Blues, starring Brie Larson, Steven acted as composer, songwriter, and soundtrack producer.
Steven composes, records, mixes, and produces his scores at 88 Keys Music, his studio in the heart of Silver Lake on the eastside of Los Angeles.

 

 

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