Legendary Lalo Schifrin Getting Box Set Treatment With 4-Disc Release To Feature Unreleased Movie Scores & More | The Playlist
Aleph Records has put together a 4 CD box set that covers Schifrin's entire career, putting together a tracklist of selected film work as well as various jazz and classical pieces. Of note to film buffs will be prevoiusly unreleased pieces from Schifrin's work on the Don Siegel films "Charley Varrick" (an undersung little '70s gem), "The Beguiled" and "Coogan's Bluff" in addition to tracks from George C. Scott's "Rage" and John Sturges' "Joe Kidd." Of course, pieces from his more remembered scores in pictures like "Enter the Dragon," "Dirty Harry," "Cool Hand Luke," "Kelly's Heroes" and more will featured as well.
All told, for soundtrack lovers, it's the stuff of dreams. Lalo Schifrin: My Life in Music will hit stores on November 6th.
I checked out Sinister last night, and some of the music was really, really good, especially on the cut scenes of the footage he found. I was thinking that it was stuff that I would normally listen to... so today I checked it out and found out that some of the bands that were involved were Boris, Sunn O, Boards of Canada, Aghast, amongst others. I also found out that not all of their music was included in the Soundtrack, bummer...
And Adgy goes boom in 3-2-1
Composer Alexandre Desplat Talks Scoring Kathryn Bigelow’s ZERO DARK THIRTY; Says the Film Is Like a Japanese Kurosawa Movie***
***as opposed to a Norweigian Kurasawa movie?
Digitally Re-Mastered Soundtracks For ‘The Third Man’ & ‘Vertigo’ On The Way
Last week, Milan Records announced the future releases of digitally remastered editions of Anton Karas’ score for the Carol Reed-helmed and Orson Welles-starring noir “The Third Man” and Bernard Herrmann’s score for the classic Alfred Hitchcock film -- and the greatest film of all time per Sight & Sound -- “Vertigo.”