At the Movies (1995)
Includes liner notes by Stanley Clarke.
Personnel includes: Stanley Clarke; George Del Barrio, William Kidd (conductor).
||Afterglow (Mark Isham)|
Composer/trumpeter Mark Isham's music for the Alan Rudolph-directed film AFTERGLOW is more a collection of moods than merely a soundtrack. Utilizing such jazz luminaries as Gary Burton, Charles Lloyd, Geri Allen and Billy Higgins, Isham has assembled an ensemble of ...
||Lost In The Stars: The Music Of Kurt Weill (1985)
Track Listing: Intro From Mahagonny Songspiel; Ballad of Mack the Knife, The; Cannon Song, The; Ballad of the Soldier's Wife; Johnny Johnson Medley; Great Hall, The; Alabama Song; Youkali Tango; Der Kleine Leutnant des Lieben Gottes; Johnny's Speech; September Song; ...
Bug Music (1996)
BUG MUSIC consists Don Byron's interpretations of the music of the Raymond Scott Quintette, John Kirby & His Orchestra, and the Duke Ellington Orchestra.
Downtown clarinetist Don Byron has always been attracted to what he calls "compositional moments," demonstrated in his ...
||For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story (2000)
The soundtrack to For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story, the HBO original biopic starring Andy Garcia, presents a cross-section of the modern-day trumpet legend's career. Several historically crucial recordings from prior to Sandoval's 1990 defection are included -- ...
Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music (1981)
Personnel: Lena Horne (vocals); Linda Twin (conductor, keyboards); Cecil Bridgewater, Frank Gordon, Glenn Drewes, Jon Faddis, Ron Tooley (trumpet); Craig Harris, Jack Jeffers, Wayne Andre, Dave Taylor (trombone); Peter Gordon (French horn); Mort Silver, John D. Parron, Harold Vick, ...
||Miles Davis / Marcus Miller|
Music from Siesta (1987)
Dedicated to the work of master arranger Gil Evans, who passed away shortly before its 1987 release, SIESTA represents an even more compelling Miles Davis/Marcus Miller collaboration than their work on TUTU. In a way, it is a contemporary return ...
Carl Stalling Project: Music from Warner Bros. Cartoons 1936-1958 (1990)
Carl Stalling's music for cartoons featuring Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, the Road Runner and other Warner Bros. regulars spoofed and borrowed from such classical composers as Chopin, Wagner and Strauss, while quoting directly from popular songs including "De Camptown Races" ...
|Warner Bros. Orchestra|
Bugs Bunny on Broadway (1991) Top Seller
In 1990, amidst a variety of Bugs Bunny-themed ventures, George Daugherty conceived and pulled off a concert presentation based on the classic Bugs/Warner Bros cartoons that took a cue from classical music, including one of the all-time acknowledged greats, "What's ...
Sinatra: CBS Mini-Series Soundtrack (1992)
This 2-disc anthology is the soundtrack to the 1992 CBS biography on Frank Sinatra featuring Bing Crosby, Harry James, Tommy Dorsey, Billie Holiday and Benny Goodman. It is the first collection to include important works from each of the four ...
||Eastwood After Hours: Live At Carnegie Hall (1997)
At a Carnegie Hall concert, Clint Eastwood's love of jazz and use of it in many of his films was saluted. The Carnegie Hall Jazz Band, a string section, and many jazz all-stars participated. Since there was a lot of ...
Map of the World (1999)
Guitarist Pat Metheny's exceptional compositional skills reached another plateau with the beautiful score for the film A MAP OF THE WORLD. Here, with a full orchestral accompaniment, Metheny explores the pastoral sound of the acoustic guitar and coaxes from it ...
Clint Eastwood has a reputation for putting together good musical sources for his films, and his song choices for Space Cowboys, the tale of four aging fighter pilots sent into space to prevent a satellite from damaging the earth, maintain ...
||Glenn Miller Story (1985) |
Director: Anthony Mann.
Unknown Contributor Role: Billy Kyle .
Personnel: Glenn Miller (trombone); Barney Bigard (clarinet); Bud Freeman (tenor saxophone); Louis Armstrong (trumpet); Trummy Young (trombone); Billy Kyle (piano); Kenny John (drums).
Liner Note Author: James Stewart .
Benny Goodman Story (MCA) (1955)
2 LPs on 1 CD.
Includes original release liner notes by Stanley Dance.
Personnel: Benny Goodman (clarinet); Blake Reynolds, Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone); Babe Russin, Stan Getz (tenor saxophone); Chris Griffin, Conrad Gozzo, Irving Goodman, Harry James, Buck Clayton, Emanuel Klein, John ...
Russia House (1990)
In large part a reworking of Jerry Goldsmith's rejected score for the sci-fi thriller Alien Nation, The Russia House proves a far more potent effort than its mongrel pedigree may suggest. Despite the film's Soviet Union setting, Goldsmith largely eschews ...
Escape From Television (1986)
When first seen on TV, Miami Vice was known as much for the music as the stylish action-packed plots. The man behind the music was Jan Hammer, a well-established rock and jazz-fusion player with experience that includes Jeff Beck, John ...
Death Wish (1974)
Herbie Hancock extends the reach of his Head Hunters-vintage electric music into the soundtrack field, with some switchbacks to earlier styles and old-fashioned movie suspense music thrown into the eclectic mix. Jerry Peters provides the requisite orchestral backgrounds, and the ...
||Show Boat (1989)
Original Broadway Cast|
Liner Note Author: Miles Kreuger.
Recording information: Abbey Road Studio No.1, London, England (1988); EMI Abbey Road Studios, London, England (1988).
Director: John McGlinn.
Editor: Peter Mew.
Translator: Gudrun Meier.
||Trail of the Pink Panther (1982) |
All music composed by Henry Mancini (lyrics on "The Greatest Gift" by Hal David, lyrics on "It Had Better Be Tonight" lyrics by Johnny Mercer).
Here's an assortment of movie themes and interludes composed by Henry Mancini; in addition to the ...
||Revenge Of The Pink Panther|
Revenge Of The Pink Panther (1978)
Recorded at The Music Centre, London, England.
Personnel: Henry Mancini (piano); Lon Satton (vocals); Sidney Sax (violin); Tony Coe (saxophone, tenor saxophone); Leslie Pearson (saxophone, piano).
Audio Mixer: Mickey Crofford.
Recording information: The Music Centre, London, England.
Director: Blake Edwards .
Personnel includes: Henry Mancini ...
Capitol Collectors Series (1989)
Digitally remastered by Larry Walsh (February 1989, Capitol Recording Studios, Hollywood, California).
Given that composer/lyricist/vocalist Johnny Mercer co-founded Capitol Records in the early 1940s, it's very fitting that one of his finest solo releases is entitled CAPITOL COLLECTORS SERIES. Although Mercer ...
||Dying Young (1991) Soundtrack|
Julia Roberts followed Pretty Woman with the pretty depressing Dying Young. If your girlfriend/wife had to drag you to this film, rest assured you can opt out of buying the soundtrack. Like the film, James Newton Howard's score is life-affirming, ...
||Breakfast At Tiffany's (1961)
Recorded on December 8, 1960 and April 27, 1961. Originally released on RCA (2362).
By 1961, film composer Henry Mancini was already well known in Hollywood for his jazzy, brassy scores to Touch of Evil and Peter Gunn. But it was ...
Heritage Of Broadway - Cole Porter (1997)
Track Listing: Begin the Beguine; Night and Day; Anything Goes; Easy to Love; I've Got You Under My Skin; In the Still of the Night; You're the Top; You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To; It's De-Lovely; Get Out of Town;