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Jazz on Film: Beat, Square & Cool

Jazz on Film: Beat, Square & Cool by Various Artists
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Various Artists

Label: Moochin' About
Released: 2013
Views: 682

Track Listing

CD1: The Wild One: The Wild One; Blues for Brando; Windswept; Chino; Lonely Way; Beetle; Hotshoe; Scramble; Bewildered; Black Rebel’s Ride; Prelude to a Rumble; Drag For Beers. Crime in the Streets: The Plot; The Crime; The Celebration CD2: I Want To Live: Theme from I Want to Live; Black Nightgown; Night Watch; Frisco Club; Barbara’s theme; Life’s a Funny Thing; Main Title; Poker Game; San Diego Party; Henry Leaves; Stakeout; Barbara Surrenders; Trio Convicted; Trip to Corona; Peg’s Visit; Gas Chamber Unveiling; Nightmare Sequence; Preparations for Execution; Letter Writing Sequence; The Last Mile; Death Scene; End Title. CD3: Les Tricheurs: Les Tricheurs; Clo’s Blues; Phil’s Tune; Mic’s Jump; On the Alamo; Get Happy; Sweet Georgia Brown. Paris Blues: Take the A Train; Battle Royal (aka Big Bash); Birdie Jungle; Mood Indigo; Autumnal Suite; Nite; Wild Man Moore; Paris Stairs; Guitar Amour; Paris Blues CD4: The Subterraneans: Main Title (Film Version); Bread and Wine; Things are Looking Down; Red Drum Blues; Should I ? Coffee Time; Source No. 1 (Guido’s Blackhawk); Source No 2; Balloon; Main Title (Leo and Mardou); Alarm Clock (Raising Caen); Spaghetti Factory; Roxanne at Ariel’s; Togethernes; Look Ma No Clothes; A Rose and the End; Analyst/I'm Leo/Yuri and Leo; Two by Two/Leo and His Mama. CD5: Shadows: Untitled Percussion Composition; Nostalgia in Times Square; Alice’s Wonderland; Self Portrait in Three Colours.


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