Beverly Hills Cop • Axel F • Harold Faltermeyer -

!The best soundtracks&movies of all time! Soundtrack from the 1984, Martin Brest film, “Beverly Hills Cop,” with Eddie Murphy, Judge Reinhold, John Ashton, Ronny Cox.

“Axel F” is the electronic instrumental theme from the 1984 film Beverly Hills Cop performed by Harold Faltermeyer. It was an international number one hit in 1985.

The title comes from the main character’s name, Axel Foley (played by Eddie Murphy). It is composed in the key of F minor.

Faltermeyer recorded the song using five instruments: a Roland Jupiter-8 provided the distinctive “supersaw” lead, a Moog modular synthesizer 15 provided the bass, a Roland JX-3P provided chord stab brasses, a Yamaha DX7 was used for the marimba sound, and a LinnDrum was used for drum programming.

According to Faltermeyer, the initial reaction to his premiere presentation of the cues to the film’s producers and director did

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