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Warren Barker, Stanley Wilson, Elmer Bernstein & Skip Martin - Jazz on Fillm: Crime Jazz 8CD (2014) [Box Set]

27-02-2015, 18:51
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Warren Barker, Stanley Wilson, Elmer Bernstein & Skip Martin - Jazz on Fillm: Crime Jazz 8CD (2014) [Box Set]

Artist: Warren Barker, Stanley Wilson, Elmer Bernstein & Skip Martin
Title Of Album: Jazz on Fillm: Crime Jazz
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Moochin' About
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 08:41:56
Total Size: 1.19 / 2.70 GB
WebSite: Album Preview


CD1 - 77 Sunset Strip & Hawaiian Eye
CD2 - M Squad & Staccato
CD3 - Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer & Music From Mike Hammer
CD4 - Checkmate & Shotgun Slade
CD5 - Peter Gunn & More Music From Peter Gunn
CD6 - Mr. Lucky & Mr. Lucky Goes Latin
CD7 - The Naked City & The Untouchables
CD8 - Richard Diamond & Bourbon Street Beat

Product Description
A STYLISH 8CD BOXSET, FEATURING 14 GROUNDBREAKING CRIME JAZZ SCORES, FROM THE ICONIC 50 S & 60 S AMERICAN DETECTIVE SERIES. REMASTERED & COLLECTED HERE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THEIR ENTIRITY. WITH SOME SCORES ON CD FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER! RELEASED IN A LUXURY CLAMSHELL, 8CD CARD WALLETS & A STUNNING 80 PAGE PERFECT BOUND COLOUR BOOKLET Crime jazz captured the mood not only of our post-war cities, but of a character as distinctly American as the cowboy that soulful, solitary seeker of justice, the private eye. This Unique and rare collection showcases some of the finest music and memorable U.S TV shows of a generation... The 1950 s a new style of musical score was introduced to film soundtracks & T.V... Previously, film music meant sweeping orchestral themes or traditional Broadway-style musicals. With the growing popularity of bebop and hard bop as the sound of urban cool, studios began latching onto the now beat as a way to make their movies seem gritty. In some cases, they hired actual jazz musicians to do the job, such as Duke Ellington for Paris Blues. More often they hired young composers who grafted jazz elements into big band arrangements (Elmer Bernstein being perhaps the foremost practitioner). Although jazz was used for all sorts of film and television shows, it seemed to meld best with stories of danger hard-nosed detective tales, studies of urban corruption, or spy thrillers. While not exactly on the same level of artistic expression as the leading jazz artists of their respective times, these compositions nevertheless convey the emotions demanded by the shows they backed. Many of them even employed the talents of great players like Stan Getz, Shorty Rogers, Quincy Jones, and Shelly Manne. This is another unmissable collection released on the iconic Moochin About label, celebrates these great T.V shows... with some scores available here for the first time ever on CD... With legends such as Nelson Riddle, Henry Mancini, Stanley Wilson and Warren Barker at the helm, you re in for one great journey through the murderous streets of Crime Jazz! FOREWORD BY CRIME WRITER MAX ALLAN COLLINS ~ AUTHOR OF 'ROAD TO PERDITION', 'AMERICAN GANGSTER','IN THE LINE OF FIRE' & 'SAVING PRIVATE RYAN'

Movie soundtracks with a jazz slant. The sixth in this classic box-set series delves into the world of TV film noir. Through the 1950s and into the 60s, composers such as Henry Mancini, Elmer Bernstein and Nelson Riddle, working with the best musicians on the west coast, defined a style. The sleazy alto saxophone, nerve-jangling brass, menacing bass clarinet these may have become cliches later, but on these seven discs they have bite and purpose. And the themes! Mancini s Peter Gunn, Bernstein s Johnny Staccato and Count Basie s M Squad are among the most gripping examples. --Dave Gelly The Observer ****

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AlleninaMariana   User offline   1 March 2015 18:58

Brilliant post_THANK YOU!
but I'm getting nowhere with part 5 _ gets to 499.91 and
then pauses?
Is it corrupted?

This is on 6-7 different occasions!

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