Start CD at beginning of Overture, if watching a very old copy of Doctor Zhivago with original length Overture. (Overture has a nice scenic background in this version.)
Or, if watching a new copy of Doctor Zhivago (such as 30th Anniversary), start CD and play it for 32 seconds before starting movie at beginning of Overture. (Overture is 32 seconds shorter than original and has boring screen background.) Probably 99% or more of the copies out there have the shorter Overture.
Some things I noticed:
Atom Heart Mother
Examine artwork of 1994 re-mastered CD while watching movie during this song.
"Father's Shout" refers to Zhivago's poems; he is the girl's father.
"Breast Milky" refers to Lara, Zhivago's lover, the girl's mother.
"Mother Fore" refers to the mother before, Zhivago's mother, who died when he was a young boy.
"Funky Dung" artwork shows the image of shovels, symbolizes the burial of Zhivago's mother.
"Mind Your Throats Please" artwork shows the image of a beautiful musical instrument, similar to the beautiful instrument Zhivago inherits from his mother.
"Remergence" is the retelling of Zhivago's life.
Music and singing sound Russian; the movie takes place in Russia.
Music goes back and forth between instruments during initial conversation with girl.
Music matches leaves blowing in the wind.
Guitar plucking during scene where young Zhivago is given beautiful string instrument.
"Silence in the studio" is announced when the boy is in bed getting ready to sleep.
Each verse lines up with a different scene with these characters:
Verse 1 - Lara
Verse 2 - Dr. Zhivago
Verse 3 - Lara's mother
Verse 4 - Lara
Verse 5 - Lara and her tormenter
Starts just after man closes door.
Marching people fit with the music.
Dancing matches music.
Music ends when scene ends.
Fat Old Sun
Second time "A silver sound" is sung, the sword blades are swung.
Song ends when scene ends.
Water dripping as tears drip.
Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast
This song has several sound effects that match gestures in the scenes.
Bottle noises occur during scene where Lara's boy friend pours iodine on his face.
Crackling noises occur during cigar lighting.
Music changes as scene changes.
Piano playing in song as pianist is performing.
Water and dripping sounds end the album as the doctors pump the woman's stomach. (Lara's mother tried to commit suicide.)