LALO SCHIFRIN

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discography: 1951-1965 | 1966-1975 | 1976-1985 | 1986-1995 | 1996-2005 | 2006-
compiled by:
douglas payne


1976-1985

BLACK WIDOW
Lalo Schifrin
prob. New York City: October 28, 1975
Lalo Schifrin (p,key,arr,cond); George Benson (g) with others unknown.

a. Tabu  (M. Lecuona/S. Russell) - 4:33
b. Baia (A. Barroso/R. Gilbert) - 7:44
c. Con Alma (Dizzy Gillespie) - 6:30 

Mediasound; New York City: March 29, 1976
collective personnel inc. Jon Faddis (tp); Wayne Andre, Billy Campbell, Barry Rogers (tb); Dave Taylor (b-tb); Pepper Adams (bar-s); Joe Farrell (as,f); Jerry Dodgion, Hubert Laws, George Marge (f); Lalo Schifrin (p,key,arr,cond); Clark Spangler (key); Jerry Friedman, John Tropea (g); Anthony Jackson (b); Andy Newmark (d); Don Alias, Carter Collins, Sue Evans (perc); Patti Austin (vcl); Max Ellen, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Harold Kohon, Charles Libove, Harry Lookofsky, David Nadien, Matthew Raimondi (vln).

d. Black Widow (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:15 
e. Moonglow (Hudson/DeLange/Mills)/Theme from "Picnic" (Duning) - 5:36 (6:13)
f. Jaws (aka Tiburon) (John Williams) - 5:47 (6:47)
g. Turning Point (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:28 

MediaSound; New York City: March 30, 1976
same or similar, add Carlos Martin (perc).

h. Flamingo (Ted Grouya/Ed Anderson) - 4:28

same or similar, add Eric Gale (g).

i. Quiet Village (Les Baxter) - 3:59 (5:45)

same or similar, without Eric Gale.

j. Baia (A. Barroso/R. Gilbert) - 4:03 (4:49)
k. Dragonfly (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:15 (5:45)
l. Frenesi (A. Dominguez/R. Charles/S. Russell) - 3:53

Issues: d-k on CTI 5000, CTI (Ger) 63.001, CTI (Sp) HCTS 731-30, CTI (Jap) GP-3071, CTI (Jap) LAX-3173, CTI (Jap) KICJ-8329 [CD], Sony (Fr) 5048372 [CD], CTI (Jap) KICJ-2167 [CD]. d-k also on CTI (Arg) SUP-893 titled VIUDA NEGRA. d-k also on CTI (Jap) GXP-6003 titled STEREO LABORATORY VOL. 21. a-l on Legacy ZK-65128 [CD], Epic/Legacy (E) 5060292 [CD]. 
Singles: f (3:30 edit) & g (3:28 edit) on CTI OJ-29 [45 - version 1?], CTI (Jap) CM-27 [45]. f & h also on CTI (Ger) 33.002 [45]. h (3:37 edit) & g (3:38 edit) also on CTI OJ-29 [45 - version 2]. f & h also on CTI (Fr) 42579 [45]. f (8:15 edit) & f (8:15 edit) also on CTI 6791 [12] (promotional only). f, h & i also on CTI OJL-2 [12], CTI /RCA (Fr) 45.000 [12], CTI (Bel) 3001 y [12], Blue Elephant (Nl) MS 4003 [12]. f & i also on CTI (E) CTSP-005 [45].  h & f also on CTI (Sp) 45-1406 [45].
Samplers: a also on Follow Me (Fr) FM-105 [CD] titled JAZZ AROUND THE FUNK - PART 1. d also on Realm A3K 58872 [CD] titled CTI JAZZ CLASSICS. d, e, f & h also on CTI (Jap) K19P-9141 titled LALO SCHIFRIN. d & f also on CTI (Jap) GEM 1225/6 titled CTI/KUDU CROSSOVER. d-h & k also on CTI (Jap) KICP-322 [CD] titled THE BEST OF LALO SCHIFRIN. f also on CTI (E) 2001 titled THE SOUND OF THINGS TO COME, Sony (Fr) 489259-1, Sony (Fr) 489259-2 [CD] titled DIGGIN' DEEPER: THE ROOTS OF ACID JAZZ VOL. 3, Sony Jazz (Fr) 492741-2 [CD] titled DIGGIN' DEEPER: THE ROOTS OF ACID JAZZ VOL. 1-3, Global TV (E) RADCD157 [CD] titled THE GRIMLEYS, Epic/Legacy (E) 5022872 [CD], Epic/Legacy E2K-86364 [CD] titled CTI - THE MASTER COLLECTION, Sony (Fr) SMM 516042 2 [CD] titled CTI LA LÉGENDE, Family (E) 9822302, Family (E) 9822299 [CD] titled THE TRIP COMPILED BY ST. ETIENNE and Boutique
(Ger) 00440 0692071, Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692072 [CD] titled MOST WANTED - 1968-1979. f & h also on CTI 6792 titled NEW RELEASES FROM CTI/KUDU. g also on Sunshine Entertainment (Eu) 2005 [CD] (unauthorized) titled AFTER THE SUNSET. k also on King (Jap) KICP-674 [CD] titled CTI CLASSICS FEATURING CAPTAIN FUNK: URBAN FUNK SHOWCASE. l also on Sony (Fr) 503464-1, Sony (Fr) 503464-2 titled DIGGIN' DEEPER: THE ROOTS OF ACID JAZZ VOL. 6
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Joe Jorgenson. Assistant Engineers: Liz Saron, Matt Murray.
Notes: unknown (CTI 5000). Steve Futterman, Didier Deutsch ( Legacy ZK-65128 [CD], Epic/Legacy 5060292 [CD]).  

Samples: "Black Widow" sampled by Max Sedgley for "Devil Inside" on FROM THE ROOTS TO THE SHOOTS (Sunday Best Recordings).


SKY RIDERS
Lalo Schifrin
Fox Studios; Los Angeles, California: February 12 and 13, 1976

Lalo Schifrin (comp) with orchestra.

a. Flying Circus (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:21
b. Climbers (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:08
c. The Riders (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:31
d. Gliding (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:43
e. The Terrorists (Lalo Schifrin) - 9:14
f. The Last Kite (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:23
g. Copters And Gliders (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:13
h. End Credits (Original Version) - 2:09

Issues: a-h on Aleph 043 [CD] (issued July 28, 2009)
Producer: Nick Redman. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin
Notes: Julie Kirgo


ST. IVES
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1976
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

a. St. Ives Theme (Lalo Schifrin)
(other titles unknown)

Issues: a on TAM 9015/6 (?)


SPECIAL DELIVERY (aka DANGEROUS BREAK)
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1976
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None


Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: October 27, 1976

Ronnie Lang (sax); Mike Lang, Clark Spangler (key); Dennis Budimer (g); Ray Brown (b); Larry Bunker, Ken Watson, Joe Clayton (perc); Joseph Boyer, Leonard Graves (copyist); Benjamin Barrett (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (leader).

a. Eagle In Love
b. Denise

Issues: None (ATV)


THE EAGLE HAS LANDED
Lalo Schifrin
CTS Studios; Wembley, London: 1976 or 1977

Lalo Schifrin (comp,arr,cond), John Leach (cymbalom) with unknown f, d and strings.

a. Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:26
b. Eagle Falls In Love (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:19
c. The Eagle's Enemy (Lalo Schifrin) - 1"26
d. The Eagle Grows, Pt. 1 (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:58
e. Steiner (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:27
f. Eagle Goes To Church (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:18
g. The Eagle Grows, Pt. 2 (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:39
h. Eagle in Danger (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:53
i. The Swan (edit)
    
(aka The Eagle Has Landed Love Theme, Eagles In Love and  
     On Rainy Afternoons
) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:27
j. The Eagle's Bite (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:31
k. Flight of the Eagles (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:08
l. Eagle's Resolution (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:18
m. Eagles Are Landing (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:04
n. Eagle Discovered (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:40
o. Eagle Verses Fox (aka Eagle Versus Fox) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:34
p. Paratrooper Plays Organ (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:17
q. The Hound (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:17
r. Dogs (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:47
s. End Credits (March) (aka The Eagle Has Landed) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:24

Issues: a, d, g, k, o, & s on Entr'Acte ERS6510 titled GREAT ADVENTURE FILM SCORES: MUSIC COMPOSED AND CONDUCTED BY LALO SCHIFRIN (see THE FOUR MUSKETEERS for additional titles) (issued 1978) and Label "X" LXCD5 [CD] titled THE FOUR MUSKETEERS (issued 1987) (see THE FOUR MUSKETEERS and VOYAGE OF THE DAMNED for additional titles). a-s on Aleph 009 [CD] and Warner Music France (Fr) 8573-87366-2 [CD] titled THE EAGLE HAS LANDED
Singles: s (titled "The Eagle Has Landed") & i (2:48 edit titled "The Eagle Has Landed Love Theme") also on Seven Seas (Jap) FMS-39 [45]. 
Samplers: s also on Hip-O HIPD40127 [CD] titled THE REEL LALO SCHIFRIN.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin
Engineer: Richard Lewzey
Notes: Didier Delaunoy & John Lasher (Label "X" LXCD5 [CD]), Didier Delaunoy and Claude Floreston (Aleph 009 [CD]), Didier Delaunoy and Claude Floreston, Nicolas Saada (Warner Music France (Fr) 8573-87366-2 [CD]).

Covers: "The Eagle Has Landed" also performed on THE LONGEST DAY (Primetime (E) TVPMCD812 [CD]).


BRENDA STARR
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1976

Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: Pilot for series originally broadcast on NBC-TV on May 8, 1976, directed by Mel Stuart (THE RISE AND FALL OF THE THIRD REICH, I LOVE MY WIFE).

Issues: None.


MOST WANTED
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1976

Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: Pilot broadcast on ABC-TV on March 21, 1976. Series originally broadcast on ABC-TV from October 16, 1976, to April 4, 1977 (additional cues by Patrick Williams, Richard Markowitz and Duane Tatro). "Most Wanted" theme performed by Schifrin on TOWERING TOCCATA (CTI 7-5003), recorded October/December 1976.

Issues: None.


TOWERING TOCCATA
Lalo Schifrin
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: October 18, 1976
Burt Collins, John Frosk, John Gatchell (tp); Urbie Green (tb); Joe Farrell (f solo); Jeremy Steig (f); Ronnie Cuber (sax); Lou Marini (sax,f); Gerry Niewood (sax), David Tofani (sax,f); Lalo Schifrin (p solo, key, arr, cond); Clark Spangler (key); Eric Gale, John Tropea (g); Will Lee (b); Steve Gadd (d); Max Ellen, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Charles Libove, Marvin Morgenstern, David Nadien, Max Pollikoff, Matthew Raimondi (vln); Lamar Alsop, Manny Vardi (viola); Charles McCracken, Alan Shulman (cello).

a. Midnight Woman (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:09 

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: October 20, 1976
same or similar, add John Blair (vitar).

b. Most Wanted theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:42 

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 20, 1976
same or similar, except Eric Gale, John Tropea (g solo).

c. Theme from King King (John Barry) - 4:12 

same or similar, except Andrew Smith (d) replaces Steve Gadd.

d. Roller Coaster (from the Universal film) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:48 

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 21, 1976
same or similar, except jeremy Steig (f solo); Steve Gadd (d) replaces Andrew Smith.

e. Towering Toccata (based on D Minor Toccata & Fugue for Organ) 
    
(J.S. Bach) - 5:02
f. Frances' Theme (from the motion picture "The Day of the Animals")  
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:19 

same or similar.

g. Eagles in Love (love theme from "The Eagle Has Landed")  
     (aka The Swan and On Rainy Afternoons) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:49 
h. Eagles In Love (alt. take) - 4:42

same or similar, except Jeremy Steig (f solo); Eric Gale (g solo), Steve Gadd ( dahka-de-bello).

i. Macumba (Lalo Schifrin) (aka Pure Magic (Lalo Schifrin/Ben Ralieigh)) - 6:31

Note: "Most Wanted" was issued on one side of a 12-inch single in its 2:42 running time, backed with the Fatback Band's "I'm Fired Up." This odd and probably unauthorized single contains no catalog numbers and shows the Schifrin side with the correct CTI label and the Fatback Band side with the correct Spring label, encased in a Polydor sleeve.

Issues: a-g & i on CTI 7-5003 (issued March 8, 1977), CTI (Ger) 63.018, CTI (Sp) HCTS 731-40, CTI (Jap) GP-3110, CTI (Jap) LAX-3189, CTI (Jap) KICJ-8330 [CD], CTI (Jap) KICJ-2168 [CD], CTI (Jap) KICJ-98517 [CD]. a-i on , Epic/Legacy (E) 5127982 [CD].
Singles: d (3:33 edit) & g on CTI OJ-36 [45]. b & d also on CTI (E) CTSP-008 [45], CTI (Holl) OM 36.381 [45]. d & c on CTI (Jap) FMS-37 [45]. e & g also on CTI (Sp) 45-1544 [45].
Samplers: a also on CTI (Jap) KICJ-295 [CD] titled CTI: ACID JAZZ GROOVES and Roving Spirits (Jap) RKCJ-4005 [CD] titled BASSIC CROSSOVER - TOMOHITO AOKI PRESENTS CTI/KUDU PRIVATE SELECTION. a, c, e & i  also on CTI (Jap) K19P-9141 titled LALO SCHIFRIN. b also on
Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692071, Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692072 [CD] titled MOST WANTED - 1968-1979 and Sunshine Entertainment (Eu) 2005 [CD] (unauthorized) titled AFTER THE SUNSET. b-g also on CTI (Jap) KICP-322 [CD] titled THE BEST OF LALO SCHIFRIN. e also on CTI (Aus) 9199 711 titled CTI IS GOOD FOR YOU and CTI (Jap) K16P-9033/4 titled CTI DOUBLE GOLD SUPERDISC.  f also on CTI (Jap) KICP-764 [CD] titled LEGACY: TOSHIKI KADOMATSU PRESENTS CTI BEST COLLECTION. g also on CTI (Jap) KICP 1058 [CD] titled TIME & LOVE - THE BOY WHO BECAME A BIRD - A TRIBUTE TO CTI. i also on VAP (Jap) VPCL-85244 [CD] titled ROOM NO. 004: JAZZ BOSSA & LATIN GROOVES and King (Jap) KICJ-601 [CD] titled WAX POETICS JAPAN - COMPILED SERIES: DANCE CLASSICS OF CTI RECORDS.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Didier C. Deutsch (Epic/Legacy (E) 5127982 [CD]).  

Covers: "Pure Magic" (aka Macumba) also performed by George Deffet (GRR Music Inc. 2005, GRR Music Inc. 1103 [12]).


DAY OF THE ANIMALS (aka SOMETHING IS OUT THERE)
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1977
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: "Day of the Animals" theme performed by Schifrin on TOWERING TOCATTA (CTI 7-5003), recorded October/December 1976.

Issues: None.


FREE RIDE
Dizzy Gillespie--Composed and Arranged by Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: January 31, 1977
Lalo Schifrin (key, arr, cond); Sonny Burke (key); Ray Parker Jr., Lee Ritenour (g); Wilton Felder (b); Ed Greene (d); Pauhlino Da Costa (perc); Benjamin Barrett (orchestra mgr).
overdubbed in Hollywood, California: February 1, 1977 (two sessions)
Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Brashear, Jack H. Laubach (tp); Lew McCreary (tb); Jim Horn (sax, f); Ernie Watts (sax); Jerome Richardson (f); Lalo Schifrin (key, arr, cond); Clark Spangler (synth); Benjamin Barrett (orchestra mgr).
overdubbed in Hollywood, California: February 2, 1977 (three sessions)
Dizzy Gillespie (tp); Lalo Schifrin (key, arr, cond); Clark Spangler (synth); Melvin Ragin (g); Pauhlino Da Costa (perc); Benjamin Barrett (orchestra mgr). 

a. Unicorn (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:48
b. Fire Dance (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:25
c. Incantation (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:40
d. Wrong Number (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:36
e. Free Ride (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:36
f. Ozone Madness (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:34
g. Love Poem for Donna (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:33
h. The Last Stroke of Midnight (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:29

Note: "Wrong Number" is an early musical imprint for Schifrin's "No One Home" (from NO ONE HOME).

Issues: a-h on Pablo 2310.794, Pablo OJCCD-784-2 [CD]. 
Singles: e & a also on Pablo 11003 [45], Pablo PD-11004 [12]. 
Samplers: a also on BGP (E) CDBGPD-127 [CD] titled FOCUS ON FUSION. A NEW VIEW and Mastercuts (E) CUTSCD47 [CD] titled THE BEST OF JAZZ FUNK: CLASSICS OF YESTERDAY - INSPIRATION FOR TODAY. a & e also on Pablo 2405-411-2 [CD] titled THE BEST OF DIZZY GILLESPIE and Universal (Eu) 0600753141342 [CD] titled THE VERY BEST OF JAZZ DIZZY GILLESPIE. h also on Brown Sugar (E) BSR1007-1, Brown Sugar (E) BSR1007-2 [CD] titled HIT THE RHODES, JACK.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin
Engineer: Peter Granet. Assistant Engineer: Ralph Osborne.
Notes: N/A


VOYAGE OF THE DAMNED
Lalo Schifrin
Wembley, England: April 12 and 13, 1977
Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond) with the London Studio Orchestra.

a. Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:21
b. House Painter March (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:49
c. Hotel Nacionale (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:18
d. What's Past is Past; Affirmation of Love (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:51
e. Lament (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30
f. The Arrival; Theme of Hope (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:21
g. The Captain; Goodbye Aunt Jenny; We Need Help (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:11
h. So Many Things I Wanted to Say (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:08
i. To Be A Woman (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:07
j. Tragedy; Time Pulse (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:59
k. Our Prayers Have Been Answered (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:16
l. End Credits (Foxtrot) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30

same or similar, Ina Skriver (vcl), Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

m. Vienna City Of My Dream (aka Vienna City Of Dream) (S. Rudolf) -1:39

Note:  (1) Academy Awards nominee for Best Original Score: 1976. Golden Globe for Best Original Score - Motion Picture. (2) "House Painter March" was used by Schifrin as the "Alternate Main Title" in JERICHO (not used) and as a theme in the score to THE PRESIDENT'S ANALYST (thanks to Leonidas Kouvaris).

Issues: a-l on ATV (no # promo), Entr'acte ERS-6508. a-c, e, j-l also on Label "X" LXCD-5 [CD] titled THE FOUR MUSKETEERS (issued 1987) (see THE EAGLE HAS LANDED and THE FOUR MUSKETEERS for additional titles). d-k also on Label "X" LXCD-11 [CD] titled CONTINUUM JOURNEYS VOYAGE (issued 1993). 
Singles: m & a on Seven Seas (Jap) FMS-38 [45].
Samplers: c also on Hip-O HIPD-40127 [CD] titled THE REEL LALO SCHIFRIN. e & j also on LaserLight 21 355 [CD] titled UNFORGETTABLE SYMPHONIC SUITES.
Producer: John Lasher
Engineer: Dick Lewzey
Notes: Didier Delaunoy & John Lasher (Label "X" LXCD-5 [CD]). John Lasher (Label "X" LXCD-11 [CD])


ROLLERCOASTER
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: April 20, 1977
Clark Spangler, Ralph Grierson, Bill Mays (key); Dennis Budimer, Lee Ritenour (g); Anthony Jackson (b); James Gadson (d); Sandy DeCrescent (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond) with orchestra.

a. Prologue, Montage (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:24
b. Magic Carousel (Lalo Schifrin) -2:41
c. Portrait of Harry (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:36
d. Movement From String Quartette (Young Man's Theme) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:33
e. Penny Arcade (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:24
f. Cotton Candy (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30
g. One Track Mind (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:18
h. Merry Go Round (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:31
i. Calliope of Death (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:03
j. Rollercoaster (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:59
k. Children's Ride (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:52
l. Another Side of Harry (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:25
m. Apple Turnover (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:53
n. Magic Carousel -- End Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:42
o. Reflections In The Window (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:14
p. That's Him (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:26
q. Tension Rock (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:14
r. Persistence (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:33
s. The Chase (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:15
t. Stars & Stripes Forever (traditional) - 1:30

Issues: a-n on MCA 2284, MCA (Ger) 62.086, MCA (Fr) 414016, MCA (Jap) VIM-7224, MCA (Jap) MVCM-22075 [CD]. a-t on Aleph 021 [CD]. 
Singles: b & h also on MCA-40748 [45], MCA (Phil) 1552 [45], MCA (Jap) VIM-1328 [45].  
Samplers: j also on
Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692071, Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692072 [CD] titled MOST WANTED - 1968-1979. m also on Hip-O HIPD-40127 [CD] titled THE REEL LALO SCHIFRIN.
Producer: Sonny Burke
Engineer: Mel Metcalf, Peter Franat, Ralph Osborne, Ami Hadany, Terry Brown
Notes: James Goldstone


GOOD AGAINST EVIL
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1977
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on TV on May 22, 1977.

Issues: None


TELEFON
Lalo Schifrin
MGM Scoring Stage, Culver City, California: August 19 and 22, 1977
Lalo Schifrin, Richard Hazard (orchestrations).

a. Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:07
b. It That Is So (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:05
c. Remember Nikulin (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:41
d. Dalchimsky/Remember Sobolev/Winter in Moscow
    
(Lalo Schifrin) - 3:08
e. KGB Headquarters (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:35
f. Memorizing Montage/Father Diller (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:46
g. The Outer Leaf/Plotting in the Dark (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:52
h. I Killed For You (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:23
i. Remember Guriyeva/Detonating Device (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:20
j. Phone Booth/A Question of Credibility (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:24
k. Callender (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:10
l. After the Explosion (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:44
m. Lucky Girl (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:40
n. Remember Melikyan (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:25
o. The Woods Are Lovely/The Purse (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:54
p. Ten More Miles/End Credits (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:15
q. Cartoon Source (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:27

Note: Other titles on Film Score Monthly FSM Vol. 14 No. 4 [CD] without Lalo Schifrin.

Issues: a-q on Film Score Monthly FSM Vol. 14 No. 4 [CD] titled TELEFON/HIDE IN PLAIN SIGHT.
Producer: Luka Kendall
Notes: Scott Bettencourt, Alexander Kaplan and Frank DeWald


CONTINUUM JOURNEYS VOYAGE
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: October 18 and 19, 1977
Dorothy Remsen (harp).

a. Continuum for Solo Harp (1970) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:27

Ken Watson (perc).

b. Journeys for Percussion (1973) (Lalo Schifrin) - 22:24

Note: "Continuum" commissioned by the American Harp Society.

Issues: a-b on Label "X" LXCD-11 [CD] (issued 1993) (see VOYAGE OF THE DAMNED for additional titles). 
Producer: John Lasher
Engineer: Peter Granet
Notes: John Lasher 

Covers: "Continuum" also performed by Ann Mason Stockton on Crystal Records S107, a 1973 release titled ANN MASON STOCKTON PLAYS MUSIC FOR THE HARP, and Crystal CD171 [CD], a 1995 release titled NOSTALGIQUE. Jennifer Sayre performs "Continuum" on Musical Heritage Society Records MHS512621M [CD], a 1990 release titled HARP MUSIC OF THE AMERICAS. Marcella DeCray performs "Continuum" on HARP AUJOURD'HUI (Coronet 2745).


THE PRESIDENT'S MISTRESS
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1978

Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on TV on February 10, 1978.

Issues: None.


DREAM MACHINE
Paul Horn
Hollywood, California: January 23-27, 1978
collective personnel inc. Oscar Brashear (tp); Paul Horn (f,alto-f); Ernie Watts (as); Mike Melvoin, Joe Sample, Clark Spangler (key); Lalo Schifrin (arr,key,synth); Dean Parks (g); Abraham Laboriel (b); Jim Keltner (d); Emil Richards, Paulinho Da Costa, Robin Horn (perc); Israel Baker (concert master).

a. Undercurrents (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:39
b. Dream Machine (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:04

same or similar, Lalo Schifrin (el-p solo).

c. Vera Cruz (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:42

same or similar.

d. Witch Doctor (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:35

same ore similar, except Mike Melvoin (el-p solo).

e. Quite Early One Morning (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:13

same or similar.

f. The Juggler (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:53

Issues: a-f on Mushroom (Can) MRS-5010. 
Singles: b & a also on Mushroom M-7032-SP [12].
Producer:
Al Schmitt. Executive Producer: Paul Horn
Engineer:
Rick Ruggieri. Assistant Engineer: Don Henderson
Notes:
N/A


THE MANITOU
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California
: 1978
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (AVCO Embassy)


THE CAT FROM OUTER SPACE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California
: 1978
Lalo Schifrin (comp); Jack Hayes (orchestrations).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Walt Disney)


RETURN FROM WITCH MOUNTAIN
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1978
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Walt Disney)


CANONS
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Los Angeles: c. 1978
Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond) with the Los Angeles String Quartet.

Canons for String Quartet (Lalo Schifrin) 

Note: (1) The liner notes to Entr'Acte ERS-6510 (GREAT ADVENTURE FILM SCORES: MUSIC COMPOSED AND CONDUCTED BY LALO SCHIFRIN) refers to the above recording as Entr'Acte ERS-6514, however there is no evidence that any such recording was ever issued. (2) See March 24, 1969, listing for premier performance of the Canons.

Issues: None.


GYPSIES
Lalo Schifrin
Studio City, California: March 27, 1978
Lalo Schifrin (p, key, synth, arr, cond); Mike Melvoin (key); Ian Underwood (synth); Dean Parks (g); Abraham Laboriel (el-b); Jim Keltner (d); Terrence Allen Bonnell, Joseph Boyer (copyist); Benjamin Barrett (contractor).
overdubbed in Studio City, California: March 29, 1978
Oscar Brashear, Bobby Byrant (tp); Charles Loper, Lew McCreary (tb); Anthony Ortega, Ernie Watts, Don Menza (woodwinds); Rita Butler (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond). 
overdubbed in Studio City, California: March 30, 1978
Ian Underwood (synth); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).
overdubbed in Studio City, California: March 31, 1978
Emil Richards, Paulinho Da Costa (perc); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

a. To Cast A Spell (aka Hechizar) (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:40

Studio City, California: March 27, 1978
Lalo Schifrin (p, key, synth, arr, cond); Mike Melvoin (key); Ian Underwood (synth); Dean Parks (g); Abraham Laboriel (el-b); Jim Keltner (d); Terrence Allen Bonnell, Joseph Boyer (copyist); Benjamin Barrett (contractor).
overdubbed in Studio City, California: March 29, 1978
Oscar Brashear, Bobby Byrant (tp); Charles Loper, Lew McCreary (tb); Anthony Ortega, Ernie Watts, Don Menza (woodwinds); Rita Butler (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).
overdubbed in Studio City, California: March 31, 1978
Ian Underwood (synth); Emil Richards, Paulinho Da Costa (perc); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond). 

b. King of Hearts (aka Rey de Corazones) (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:14

Studio City, California: March 27, 1978
Lalo Schifrin (p, key, synth, arr, cond); Mike Melvoin (key); Ian Underwood (synth); Dean Parks (g); Abraham Laboriel (el-b); Jim Keltner (d); Terrence Allen Bonnell, Joseph Boyer (copyist); Benjamin Barrett (contractor).
overdubbed in Studio City, California: March 31, 1978
Ian Underwood (synth); Emil Richards, Paulinho Da Costa (perc); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

c. Moonlight Gypsies (aka Gitanos a la Luz de la Luna) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:57

Studio City, California: March 28, 1978
Lalo Schifrin (p, key, synth, arr, cond); Mike Melvoin (key); Dean Parks (g); Abraham Laboriel (el-b); Jim Keltner (d); Zan Overall, Luis Sevadjian, George Fields (copyist); Benjamin Barrett (contractor).
overdubbed in Studio City, California: March 29, 1978
Oscar Brashear, Bobby Byrant (tp); Charles Loper, Lew McCreary (tb); Anthony Ortega, Ernie Watts, Don Menza (woodwinds); Rita Butler (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond). 
overdubbed in Studio City, California: March 30, 1978
Ian Underwood (synth); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).
overdubbed in Studio City, California: March 31, 1978
Emil Richards, Paulinho Da Costa (perc); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

d. Gauchos (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:34
e. Fortune Tellers (aka Adivinas) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:40
f. Ring Around the Moon (aka Circulo Alrededor de la Luna) (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:23

Studio City, California: March 28, 1978
Lalo Schifrin (p, key, synth, arr, cond); Mike Melvoin (key); Dean Parks (g); Abraham Laboriel (el-b); Jim Keltner (d); Zan Overall, Luis Sevadjian, George Fields (copyist); Benjamin Barrett (contractor).
overdubbed in Studio City, California: March 30, 1978
Ian Underwood (synth); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).
overdubbed in Studio City, California: March 31, 1978
Emil Richards, Paulinho Da Costa (perc); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

g. Pampas (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:32
h. Prophecy of Love (aka Profecia de Amor) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:39

Issues: a-h on Tabu JZ-35436, CBS (Jap) 25AP-1112. a-h also on Epic (Arg) 47.127 titled GITANOS
Singles: h & c also on Tabu ZS8 5509 [45].
Producer: Lalo Schifrin
Engineer: Peter Granet
Notes: N/A

Covers: "Gauchos" and "Moonlight Gypsies" - as well as "Dream Machine," written by Schifrin for Paul Horn - were performed and recorded in 1979 by the University of Iowa Hawkeye Marching Band, conducted by Morgan Jones [Mark Custom Records]. The same band also performed and recorded Schifrin's "Moonlight Gypsies," as well as "Wide Willy" and "Mission Impossible" (both from Mission: Impossible) on Westmark WMC28562, a 1984 release titled EXTRAVAGANZA!.


NUNZIO
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: April 24, 1978
Mike Melvoin (key); Dean Parks (g); Abraham Laboriel (b); James Gadson (d); Sandy DeCrescent (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

a. (MC7479) Hey Nunzio! (Theme from Nunzio) (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:31 
b. (MC7480) Candy Store Frenzy (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:27

Hollywood, California: April 25, 1978
Oscar Brashear, Jack Laubach (tp); Lew McCreary, Dick Nash (tb); Kim Richmond, Tony Ortega, Jerome Richardson (woodwinds); Mike Lang, Ian Underwood (key); Stephen Paietta (accordion); Emil Richards, Paulinho Da Costa (perc); Israel Baker, Jacob Krachmalnick, Stanley Plummer, Paul Shure, Bonnie Douglas, Lisa Shulman, Assa Drori, Sheldon Sanov, Thomas Buffum, Richard Greene, Arnold Bellnick (vln); David Schwartz, Milton Thomas, Virginia Majewski, Pamela Goldsmith (viola); Raphael Kramer, Raymond Kelley, Frederick Seykora, Christine Ermacoff (cello); Sandy DeCrescent (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

c. (MC7483) No Tips for Nunzio (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:44
d. (MC7484) Sad Nunzio (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:23
e. (MC7485) Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:27
f. (MC7486) End Title, End Cast (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30

Hollywood, California: April 26, 1978
Dick Noel, Dick Nash, George Roberts (tb); Sheridon Stokes, John Lowe, John Neufeld, Dominic Fera, Ronnie Lang, Gary Gray (woodwinds); Ralph Grierson, Ian Underwood, Mike Lang (key); Chuck Dominico (b); Ken Watson, Larry Bunker (perc); Israel Baker, Jacob Krachmalnick, Nathan Ross, Stanley Plummer, Lisa Shulman, Marvin Limonick, Assa Drori, Sheldon Sanov, Thomas Buffum, Richard Greene, Haim Shtrum, Yukiko Kamei, Arnold Bellnick, John Sambuco, Daniel Shindaryov, Alfred Bruening (vln); David Schwartz, Milton Thomas, Virginia Majewski, Allan Harshman, Dan Neufeld, Denyse Buffum (viola); Raphael Kramer, Armand Kaproff, Christine Ermacoff, Frederick Seykora, Jacqueline Lustgarten, Marie Fera, Peter Shulman, Selene Hurford (cello); Sandy DeCrescent (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

(unknown titles - overdubs?)

Hollywood, California: April 27, 1978
Malcolm McNab, Tony Terran, Graham Young (tp); Dick Noel, Dick Nash, George Roberts (tb); Vincent De Rosa, Henry Sigismonti, Robert Henderson (frhrn); Sheridon Stokes, John Lowe, John Neufeld, Dominic Fera, Ronnie Lang, Gary Gray (woodwinds); Mike Lang, Ralph Grierson, Ian Underwood (key); Chuck Dominico (b); Ken Watson, Larry Bunker, Emil Richards (perc); Israel Baker, Anatol Kaminsky, Nathan Ross, Stanley Plummer, Lisa Shulman, Marvin Limonick, Assa Drori, Sheldon Sanov, Richard Greene, Haim Shtrum, Yukiko Kamei, Alfred Bruening, Yoko Matsuda, Arnold Belnick, John Sambuco, Daniel Shindaryov (vln); David Schwartz, Milton Thomas, Virginia Majewski, Allan Harshman, Pamela Goldsmith, Dan Neufeld (viola); Raphael Kramer, Frederick Seykora, Armand Kaproff, Dennis Karmazyn, Christine Ermacoff, Marie Fera, Jacqueline Lustgarten, Robert Martin (cello); Dorothy Remsen (harp); Sandy DeCrescent (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

g. (MC7487) Superspeed (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:29
h. (MC7488) Flying Love (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:10
i. (MC7489) To The Rescue (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:18
j. (MC7490) Nunzio in Danger (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:00

Hollywood, California: April 28, 1978
Mike Lang (key); Robert Hartley, R. D. McMickle, Jack McTaggart, Robert Reid, Clinton Kolmer (copyist); Lalo Schifrin, Wayne Coster, Jack Hayes, Kim Richmond, Irwin Coster, Jack Dulong, George Fields (orchestration).

(unknown titles?)

same or similar.

k. Nunzio in Love (Love Theme) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:58
l. Only a Memory (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:32
m. Night Music (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:15
n. Goodnight My Little One (Vincent Andronica) - 1:45

Note: Two of the four titles above without matrix numbers are probably matrix MC7481 and MC7482, recorded either April 24 or April 25.

Issues: a-n on MCA 2374. 
Singles: a & b also on MCA 40915 [45]. 
Samplers: k also on Hip-O HIPD-40127 [CD] is titled THE REEL LALO SCHIFRIN.
Producer: Sonny Burke
Engineer: Peter Granet
Notes: Sonny Burke


FIRE AND ICE
Fire and Ice
Hollywood, California: June 19, 1978
Greg Phillinganes (key); Melvin Ragin, Tim May (g); Eddie Watkins (b); Ed Greene (d); Joe Clayton (cga); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (leader).
overdubbed in Los Angeles, California: July 5, 1978
Harry Bluestone, Ronald Folsom, Assa Drori, Endre Granat, Murray Adler, Sheldon Sanov, Arnold Belnick, Nathan Ross (vln); Kim Richmond (arr); Leonard Graves, Luis Sevadjian, Terrence Bonnell, Ralph Mullins, Joseph Boyer (copyist); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (leader).

a. Inferno (BPM 134) (Lalo Schifrin/Cheyenne Fowler/Donna Schifrin) - 9:45
b. Melting The Ice (Lalo Schifrin/Cheyenne Fowler/Donna Schifrin) - 6:35

Hollywood, California: June 19, 1978
Greg Phillinganes (key); Melvin Ragin, Tim May (g); Eddie Watkins (b); Ed Greene (d); Joe Clayton (cga); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (leader).
overdubbed in Los Angeles, California: July 5, 1978
Stuart Blumberg, Jay Daversa (tp); Eric Culver (tb); Kim Richmond, Jim Horn (reeds); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (leader).

c. Devil Woman (BPM 132) (Lalo Schifrin/Cheyenne Fowler/Donna Schifrin) - 9:26
d. Lady On Ice (Lalo Schifrin/Cheyenne Fowler/Donna Schifrin) - 6:38
e. Ring Of Fire (Lalo Schifrin/Cheyenne Fowler/Donna Schifrin) - 5:40
f. Enchanted Flame (Lalo Schifrin/Cheyenne Fowler/Donna Schifrin) - 5:19

Note: The above shows the recording data from the recording logs. The following are credited on the album jacket: Ardeshir Farhang (g); Elton Ahi (snyth,g,perc); Evan Caplan (d); Meredith Manna, Leila Thigpen (vcl); Kim Richmond (orchestration); Ben Barrett (orchestra coordinator) with Elton Ahi, Don Hockett (orchestration) on "Devil Woman".

Issues: a-f on Butterfly FLY-3110. 
Singles: a & c on Butterfly FLY-13947 [12]. 
Samplers: a also on Butterfly/Hot HTCH-9 [CD] titled BEST OF BUTTERFLY RECORDS.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Co-Producer: Elton Farokh Ahi
Engineer: Peter Granite
Notes: N/A


THE NATIVITY
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1978
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on TV on December 17, 1978.

Issues: None


CHILDREN OF THE WORLD
Stan Getz
Los Angeles: December 20-21, 1978
Stan Getz (ts,echo-plex--1); Andy Laverne (p,el-p); Mike Lang, Clark Spangler; Dennis Budimer, Tim May (g); Abe Laboriel (el-b); Victor Jones (d); Paulinho da Costa, Larry Bunker, Joe Porcaro (perc); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

a. Children of the World (Lalo Schifrin ) - 5:35
b. Livin' It Up (Lalo Schifrin ) - 5:24
c. Hopscotch (Lalo Schifrin ) - 3:22
d. You, Me and the Spring (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:42

same or similar, Stan Getz (ts,echo-plex).

e. Summer Poem  (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:17
f. The Dreamer (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:43

same or similar.

g. Around the Day in Eighty Worlds (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:52

Hollywood, California: March 19, 1979
Mike Melvoin, Clark Spangler (key); Sonny Burke (synth); Tim May, Paul Jackson (g); Stanley Clarke (el-b); Victor Jones (d); Paulinho da Costa, Bob Zemmitti, Steve Forman (perc); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Kim Richmond (arr).
overdubbed in Hollywood, California: March 20, 1979
Israel Baker, Harry Bluestone, Bernard Kundell, Marshall Sosson, Nathan Ross, Paul Shure, Ronald Fulsom, Ken Yerke, Assa Drori, Mari Botnick, Herman Clebanoff, Harris Goldman (vln); Janet Lakotas, Pamela Goldsmith, Rollice Dale, Gareth Nuttycombe (viola); Douglas Davis, Armand Kaproff, Raymond Kelley, Harry Shlutz (cello); Rita Butler (contractor); Kim Richmond (arr).
overdubbed in New York City (?) later?
Stan Getz (ts); Andy Laverne (p,el-p).

h. Don't Cry For Me Argentina (A.L. Webber-T. Rice)

same, except Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

i. Street Tattoo (Lalo Schifrin/Gale Garnett) - 5:14
j. November Landscape

add Lalo Schifrin (p).

k. On Rainy Afternoons (aka Eagles In Love and The Swan
     (Lalo Schifrin/Alan & Marilyn Bergman) - 2:37

Issues: a-h & k on Columbia JC-35992, CBS (Du) 83642, CBS/Sony (Jap) 25AP1696; Sony SME (Jap) SRCS-7097 [CD], Columbia (Fr) 468811-2 [CD].
Singles: i also on Columbia 1-11127 [45].
Samplers: a-h & k also on on Legacy 88697 87380 2 [CD] titled STAN GETZ: THE COMPLETE COLUMBIA ALBUMS COLLECTION. i also on UMTV (E) 0602498468364 [CD] titled CAINED and Columbia CG-36213, Columbia (Au) BL-36213 titled INDIVIDUALS.
Producer: Stan Getz
Engineer: Richard Bogart
Notes: Stan Getz, Lalo Schifrin


BOULEVARD NIGHTS
Lalo Schifrin
Burbank, California: February 1, 2 and 5, 1979?

Chuck Findley, Stuart Blumberg, Robert Rodriquez (tp); Lew McCreary (tb); Kim Richmond, Jim Horn, Tony Ortega (woodwinds); Bill Mays, Mike Melvoin, Clare Fischer, Mike Lang (key); Ian Underwood, Michael Boddicker (synth); Tim May, Mitch Holder, Dan Sawyer, Joe DiBlasi (g); Abe Laboriel, Eddy Watkins (b); Ed Greene (d); Joe Porcaro, Steve Forman, Emil Richards, Alex Acuna, Manolo Badrena (perc); Israel Baker, Stan Plummer, Marshall Sosson, Thelma Beach, Norma Leonard, Isabelle Daskoff, Connie Pressman, Irving Geller, Anatol Kaminsky, Ezra Kliger (vln); Joel Franklin, Eric Stonerook, Bill Williams, Arthur Freeman, Gus Donahue, Alvin Sanders, Dan Franklin (copyist); Patti DeCaro (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

a. On the Boulevard (Lalo Schifrin/Greg Prestopino/Laura Plotkin) - 3:10
b. Take Another Chance (Lalo Schifrin/Greg Prestopino) - 4:34
c. Chuco (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:06
d. Boulevard Nights (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:09
e. Dolor (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30
f. Last Act (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:50

Burbank, California: February 27, 1979
Bobby Rodriguez (tp); Tony Ortega (woodwinds); Mike Melvoin (key); Ian Underwood (synth); Tim May, Joe DiBlasi (g); Stanley Clarke (b); Alex Acuna, Manuel Badrena (perc); Patti DeCaro (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).
overdubbed in Burbank, California: March 2, 1979
Stu Blumberg, Dennis Christianson (tp); Lew McCreary (tb); Kim Richmond (woodwinds, arr); Ian Underwood (synth); Israel Baker, Hal Dicterow, Reginald Hill, Assa Drori, Norma Leonard, Ezra Keiger, Isabelle Daskoff, Mary Lundquist (vln); Dave Schwartz, Allan Harshman (viola); Ron Leonard, Eleanor Slatkin (cello); Joel Franklin, Eric Stonerook, Dan Franklin, Al Sanders, Arthur Freeman, John Donahue, Kenneth Mitchell, Barbara Franklin (copyist); Patti DeCaro (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr).
overdubbed later
George Benson (vcl).

g. Street Tattoo (Lalo Schifrin/Gale Garnett) - 5:52

Burbank, California: March 2, 1979
Stu Blumberg, Dennis Christianson (tp); Lew McCreary (tb); Kim Richmond (woodwinds, arr); Ian Underwood (synth); Israel Baker, Hal Dicterow, Reginald Hill, Assa Drori, Norma Leonard, Ezra Keiger, Isabelle Daskoff, Mary Lundquist (vln); Dave Schwartz, Allan Harshman (viola); Ron Leonard, Eleanor Slatkin (cello); Joel Franklin, Eric Stonerook, Dan Franklin, Al Sanders, Arthur Freeman, John Donahue, Kenneth Mitchell, Barbara Franklin (copyist); Patti DeCaro (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr).

h. Chile Caliente (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:37
i. Dimelo (Lalo Schifrin/Greg Prestopino) - 4:59
j. La Boda (Lalo Schifrin)
k. Cruisin' (Lalo Schifrin)

Issues: a-i on Warner Bros. BSK-3328
Producer: Not Listed
Engineer: Not Listed
Notes: N/A


NO ONE HOME
Lalo Schifrin
Los Angeles, California: March 27, 1979
Jose Hernandez (?); Lalo Schifrin (key, arr, cond); Patrice Rushen (key); Paul Jackson, Tim May (g); Ed Watkins (b); Alex Acuna (d); Paulinho da Costa (perc); Leonard Graves, Wendy Hall, Terrence Bonnell, Laury Woods, John Magy (copyist); Benjamin Barrett (contractor).
overdubbed in Hollywood California: April 17, 1979
Chuck Findley, Jerry Hey (tp, flhrn); Alan Kaplan (tb); Ernie Watts, Kim Richmond (woodwinds); Leonard Graves, Terence Bonnell, Gary Woods, John Nagy (copyist); Rita Butler (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).
overdubbed later
collective personnel prob inc. Sylvia Smith, Lynn Davis, Virginia Ayers, Sandy Graham, Ron Hicklin, Eddie Lehann, John Bahler, Debbie Hall (vcl).

a. Middle of the Night (M. Adelbert/L. Adelbert) - 4:00

Los Angeles, California: March 27, 1979
Jose Hernandez (?); Lalo Schifrin (key, arr, cond); Patrice Rushen (key); Paul Jackson, Tim May (g); Ed Watkins (b); Alex Acuna (d); Paulinho da Costa (perc); Leonard Graves, Wendy Hall, Terrence Bonnell, Laury Woods, John Magy (copyist); Benjamin Barrett (contractor).
overdubbed in Hollywood, California: May 17, 1979
Chuck Findley (tp); William Reichenbach (tb); Kim Richmond (woodwinds); Ian Underwood, Michael Boddicker (key); Tim May (g); Leonard Graves, Terrence Bonnell (copyist); Kurt McGettrick (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).
overdubbed later
collective personnel prob inc. Sylvia Smith, Lynn Davis, Virginia Ayers, Sandy Graham, Ron Hicklin, Eddie Lehann, John Bahler, Debbie Hall (vcl).

b. You Feel Good (Lalo Schifrin/Gale Garnett) - 7:11

Los Angeles, California: March 27, 1979
Jose Hernandez (?); Lalo Schifrin (key, arr, cond); Patrice Rushen (key); Paul Jackson, Tim May (g); Ed Watkins (b); Alex Acuna (d); Paulinho da Costa (perc); Leonard Graves, Wendy Hall, Terrence Bonnell, Laury Woods, John Magy (copyist); Benjamin Barrett (contractor).
overdubbed in Hollywood, California: July 2, 1979
Ronnie Foster (key); Paul Jackson, John Graham (?) (g); Byron Miller (b); Leon "Ndugu" Chancler (d); Paulinho da Costa (perc); Schuyler Traughber (?); Rita Butler (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).
overdubbed later
collective personnel prob inc. Wah Wah Watson (voice bag); Sylvia Smith, Lynn Davis, Virginia Ayers, Sandy Graham, Ron Hicklin, Eddie Lehann, John Bahler, Debbie Hall (vcl).

c. No One Home (Lalo Schifrin/Gale Garnett) - 6:45

Los Angeles, California: March 27, 1979
Jose Hernandez (?); Lalo Schifrin (prob. p, arr, cond); Patrice Rushen (key); Paul Jackson, Tim May (g); Ed Watkins (b); Alex Acuna (d); Paulinho da Costa (perc); Leonard Graves, Wendy Hall, Terrence Bonnell, Laury Woods, John Magy (copyist); Benjamin Barrett (contractor).
overdubbed in Hollywood, California: April 13, 1979
Israel Baker (concertmaster); Harry Bluestone, Henry Ferber, Mari Botnick, Arnold Belnick, William Kurasch, Ronald Fulsom, John Wittenberg, Endre Granat, Assa Drori, Nathan Ross, Stanley Plummer (vln); Janet Lakatos, David Schwartz, Gareth Nuttycombe, Allan Harshman (viola); Douglas Davis, Raphael Kramer, Raymond Kelley, Dennis Karmazyn (cello); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).
overdubbed later
collective personnel prob inc. Sylvia Smith, Lynn Davis, Virginia Ayers, Sandy Graham, Ron Hicklin, Eddie Lehann, John Bahler, Debbie Hall (vcl).

d. Memory of Love [from AND STILL I RISE] (Lalo Schifrin/Maya Angelou) - 4:39

Los Angeles, California: March 28, 1979
Jose Hernandez (?); Lalo Schifrin (key, arr, cond); Patrice Rushen (key); Paul Jackson, Tim May (g); Ed Watkins (b); Alex Acuna (d); Benjamin Barrett (contractor).
overdubbed in Hollywood, California: May 17, 1979
Chuck Findley (tp); William Reichenbach (tb); Kim Richmond (woodwinds); Ian Underwood, Michael Boddicker (key); Tim May (g); Leonard Graves, Terrence Bonnell (copyist); Kurt McGettrick (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

e. When You Know

Los Angeles, California: March 28, 1979
Jose Hernandez (?); Lalo Schifrin (key, arr, cond); Patrice Rushen (key); Paul Jackson, Tim May (g); Ed Watkins (b); Alex Acuna (d); Benjamin Barrett (contractor).
overdubbed later
collective personnel prob inc. Sylvia Smith, Lynn Davis, Virginia Ayers, Sandy Graham, Ron Hicklin, Eddie Lehann, John Bahler, Debbie Hall (vcl).

f. Enchanted Flame (Lalo Schifrin/Cheyenne Fowler/Donna Schifrin) - 5:16

Los Angeles, California: March 28, 1979
Jose Hernandez (?); Lalo Schifrin (key, arr, cond); Patrice Rushen (key); Paul Jackson, Tim May (g); Ed Watkins (b); Alex Acuna (d); Benjamin Barrett (contractor).
overdubbed in Hollywood California: April 17, 1979
Chuck Findley, Jerry Hey (tp, flhrn); Alan Kaplan (tb); Ernie Watts, Kim Richmond (woodwinds); Leonard Graves, Terence Bonnell, Gary Woods, John Nagy (copyist); Rita Butler (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).
overdubbed in Hollywood, California: May 17, 1979
Chuck Findley (tp); William Reichenbach (tb); Kim Richmond (woodwinds); Ian Underwood, Michael Boddicker (key); Tim May (g); Leonard Graves, Terrence Bonnell (copyist); Kurt McGettrick (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

g. You Took The Words

Los Angeles, California: March 28, 1979
Jose Hernandez (?); Lalo Schifrin (key, arr, cond); Patrice Rushen (key); Paul Jackson, Tim May (g); Ed Watkins (b); Alex Acuna (d); Benjamin Barrett (contractor).
overdubbed in Hollywood, California: April 13, 1979
Israel Baker (concertmaster); Harry Bluestone, Henry Ferber, Mari Botnick, Arnold Belnick, William Kurasch, Ronald Fulsom, John Wittenberg, Endre Granat, Assa Drori, Nathan Ross, Stanley Plummer (vln); Janet Lakatos, David Schwartz, Gareth Nuttycombe, Allan Harshman (viola); Douglas Davis, Raphael Kramer, Raymond Kelley, Dennis Karmazyn (cello); Benjamin Barrett (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).
overdubbed in Hollywood California: April 17, 1979
Chuck Findley, Jerry Hey (tp, flhrn); Alan Kaplan (tb); Ernie Watts, Kim Richmond (woodwinds); Leonard Graves, Terence Bonnell, Gary Woods, John Nagy (copyist); Rita Butler (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

h. Pacifica

same or similar.

i. Oh Darlin' . . . Life Goes On (M. Riperton./D. Rudolph/F. Perren) - 4:32

Note: "No One Home" is based on Schifrin's "Wrong Number" (from FREE RIDE).

Issues: a-d, f & i on Tabu JZ-36091, CBS (Jap) 25AP-1725. 
Singles: c also on Tabu ZS9-5519 [45], Tabu 4Z8-5520 [12].
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Associate Producer: Schuyler "Sky" Traughber
Engineer: Jimmy Hite, Richard Bogart
Notes: Not Listed


LOVE AND BULLETS
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1978 - 79
Lalo Schifrin (comp) with unknown orchestra including p,el-p,g,reeds,horns,harp and strings.

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Associated Film Distribution/ITC Film Distributors).


INSTITUTE FOR REVENGE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California
: c. 1978- 79
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: Pilot originally broadcast on NBC-TV on January 22, 1979.

Issues: None (Columbia Pictures Television).


ESCAPE TO ATHENA (aka OFFSIDE 7, GOLDEN RAIDERS)
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1979
Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond) with unknown orchestra. 

a. Escape to Athena (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:22
b. Water, Fire & Mines (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:29
c. When the Saint Go Greek (aka When the Saints Go Marching In) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:55
d. Rat-Tat-Tat (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:11
e. Thrends (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:05
f. The Kite Over The Tower (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:07
g. The Descent (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:33
h. Battle Hymn of Athena (aka Battle Hymn of the Republic) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:34
i. Rocket Gates (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:19
j. The Monastry (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:03
k. Dance of Athena (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:36
l. Treasure Chamber (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:18

Heatwave.

m. Keep Tomorrow for Me - 2:58

Issues: a-m on Seven Seas (Jap) FML-124.
Singles: a & k also on Seven Seas (Jap) FMS-122 [45].


WET
Barbra Striesand
Hollywood, CA: 1979
Dan Ferguson, Fred Tackett (g); Mike Lang (p); David Hungate (el-p); Steve Schaeffer (d); Barbra Streisand (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond) with strings.

a. On Rainy Afternoons (aka Eagles In Love and The Swan)
(Lalo Schifrin/Alan & Marilyn Bergman) - 3:23 

Note: Schifrin does not participate in other titles from Columbia FC36258.

Issues: a on Columbia FC-36258, Columbia CK-36258 [CD]
Producer: Gary Klein. Executive Producer: Charles Koppelman.
Engineer: John Arrias
Notes: N/A


NIGHT FLIGHT
Turbulence (also credited to "Lalo Schifrin Orchestra")
Paris: c. 1979
Unknown orchestra inc. Kim Richmond (woodwinds,arr), P.J. Ross (vcl) and others.

a. Turbulence (P.J. Ross/Eddy Warner) - 7:09
b. Jet Frenzy (P.J. Ross/Eddy Warner) - 4:52
c. Supersonic (aka Supersonic Love) (P.J. Ross/Eddy Warner) - 5:00
d. Ticket To Tomorrow (P.J. Ross/Eddy Warner) - 5:55
e. Night Flight (P.J. Ross/Eddy Warner) - 7:12
f. High In The Clouds (P.J. Ross/Eddy Warner) - 5:38

Note: While Lalo Schifrin confirms he is the producer of this project, the artist here IS NOT the Lalo Schifrin Orchestra. Also, Schifrin has said he did not compose, arrange or conduct any of the above titles.

Issues: a-f on WM (Fr) 004 VE, Beat (It) BL-4015, Avanz (Jap) SP/CR320006 [CD] (as by "Lalo Schifrin Orchestra").
Singles: a, d & c on WM (Fr) 003 VE (12).
Producer: Lalo Schifrin
Engineer: Not Listed
Notes: N/A


AIRPORT '79 (aka THE CONCORDE--AIRPORT '79, AIRPORT '80 -- THE CONCORDE and CONCORD -- AIRPORT 79)
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: July 24, 1979
Tony Ortega (sax); Ian Underwood, Benjamin Barrett (key); Israel Baker (concert master); Herman Clebanoff, Assa Drori, Ronald Folsom, Mari Tsumara, George Kast, David Frisina, David Montagu, Reginald Hill, Jack Pepper, Eira Kliger, Kenneth Yerke, Haim Shtrum, Karen Jones, Endre Granat, Stanley Plummer (vln); David Schwartz, Gareth Nuttycombe, Louis Kievman, Sven Reher, Virginia Majewski, Dan Neufeld, Janet Lakatos, Denyse Buffum (viola); Raphael Kramer, Nils Oliver, Paula Hochhalter, Selene Hurford, Robert Adcock, Paul Bergstrom (cello); Irwin Coster, Wayne Coster, Jack Dulong, Dale McMickle, Jack McTaggart, Clinton Roemer (copyist); Sandy DeCrescent (contractor); Dick Hazard, Jack Hayes (arr); Lalo Schifrin (leader).

a. (MC9073) Love Rhapsody From "The Concorde -- Airport '79"  
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:52

same or similar.

b. (MC9074) Theme From "The Concorde -- Airport '79" (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:28

Issues: a & b on MCA 41110 [45].
Producer: Lalo Schifrin
Engineer: Not Listed
Notes: N/A


THE AMITYVILLE HORROR
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California; July 1979
Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond); Alan Douglas ("Disco Boogie Consultant") with others unknown.

a. Amityville Frenzy (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:53

Hollywood, California: July 1979
collective personnel inc. Malcolm McNabb, Graham Young (tp); Lloyd Ulyate, Ed Kusby, George Roberts, Dick Noel (tb); David Duke, Richard Perissi, Vincent De Rosa, Henry Sigismonti, Robert Henderson (frhrn); Sheridon Stokes, Louise Di Tullio, John Neufeld, Kim Richmond, Ronnie Lang, Joseph Soldo, Dominic Soldo, Gene Cipriano, Ethmer Roten (woodwinds); Ralph Grierson, Mike Lang (key); Dennis Budimer (g); David Young, Chuck Berghofer (b); Ken Watson, Larry Bunker, Joe Porcaro, Emil Richards (perc); Israel Baker (concert master); Constance Pressman, Paul Shure, Bonnie Douglas, Assa Drori, David Newman, Ezra Kliger, Marshall Sosson, Joseph Goodman, Herman Clebanoff, Alfred Lustgarten, Mary Lundquist, Murray Korda, Anatol Kaminsky, Gordon Marron, Leonard Atkins, Irma Neumann, Pavel Farkas, Michelle Grab, Bernard Kundell, Stanley Plummer, Debbie Grossman, Shirley Cornell, Vincent Houser (aka Art Deco), Don Palmer (vln); Allan Harshman, Virginia Majewski, Peter Hatch, Mark Kovacs, Janet Lakatos, Myer Bello, Gareth Nuttycombe, Robert Ostrowsky (viola); Raphael Kramer, Selene Hurford, Mary Lane, Robert Rist, Igor Horoshevsky, Marie Fera, Harry Shlutz, Douglas Davis, Nino Rosso (cello); Milton Kestenbaum, Peter Mercurio (string b); Dorothy Remsen (harp); Leonard Graves, Wendy Hall, Laury Woods, Terrence Bonnell (copyist); Harry Lojewski (orchestra mgr); Dick Hazard (orchestration); Lalo Schifrin (leader).

b. Amityville Horror Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:45
c. Get Out (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:27
d. Amityville Love Scene (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:15
e. 5th Concerto for Harpsichord and Strings (Johann Sebastian Bach) - 3:42
f. At the Park (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:49
g. The Ax (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:26
h. Juke Box (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:00
i. The Basement (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:21
j. Bleeding Walls (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:55
k. Amityville Horror End Credits (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:23

Note: Academy Awards nominee for Best Original Score: 1980. Golden Globe nominee for Best Original Score - Motion Picture: 1980. 

Issues: a-k on American International AILP3003, Casablanca (Ger) NB7056, Casablanca (It) CALP-5047.
Singles: a (3:20 edit mono) & a (3:20 edit stereo) on American International AI 4102 [45].
Samplers: a also on
Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692071, Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692072 [CD] titled MOST WANTED - 1968-1979.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Buddy Epstein
Engineer: Aaron Rochen
Notes: N/A

Covers: "Amityville Horror" also performed by Cinema Sound Stage Orchestra (Stage & Screen Productions XSSC720).


AND STILL I RISE [A Musical]
AMAS Repertory Theatre; New York City: c. November 1979

Maya Angelou (writer, director); Brenda Pressley (Annabel); David Dawud (Zebediah); Lalo Schifrin (music).

Titles include:
a. Phenomenal Woman
b. Memory of Love

Note: This musical production sets Maya Angelou's poetry from "Just Give Me A Cool Drink Of Water 'Fore I Die," "Oh Pray My Wings Are Gonna Fit Me Well" and "And Still I Rise" to the music of Lalo Schifrin.

Issues: None


WHEN TIME RAN OUT... (aka THE EARTH'S FINAL FURY)
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1980
Lalo Schifrin (comp); Jack Hayes (orchestrations).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Warner Bros.)


SERIAL
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1980
Lalo Schifrin (comp); Michael Johnson (vcl).

a. A Changing World (Lalo Schifrin/Norman Gimbel)
(other titles unknown)

Issues: None (Paramount)


LOOPHOLE (aka BREAK IN)
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1980
Lalo Schifrin (comp,arr,cond) with unidentified horns,p,synth,el-b,d and strings.

a. Loophole (Main Title)
b. Chance (End Title)
(Lalo Schifrin/Peter John Sinfield)
(other titles unknown) 

Issues: None


BRUBAKER
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: April 1980
collective personnel inc. John Audino, Warren Luening, Malcolm Boyd McNab, Snooky Young (tp); Dick Nash, Dick Noel, George Roberts, Thomas Shepard, Lloyd Ulyate (tb); James A. Decker, Vincent N. DeRosa, Richard E. Perissi, Henry Sigismonti (frhrn); Pete Christlieb, Ronnie Lang, Ted Nash, John Neufeld, Kim Richmond, Bud Shank (sax/woodwinds); Ralph Grierson, Mike Lang, Ian Underwood (p, key); John Edward Beland, Dennis Budimer, James E. Burton. Al Hendrickson, Peter Kleinow, Tim May, Donald Peake (g); Herbert J. Pederson (banjo); Byron D. Berline (mand); Tommy Morgan (hca); Edward Greene, Andrew "Sonny" Olivera, Emil Richards, Ken Watson (d, perc); Patricia N. Aiken, Judith F. Aller, Dixie Blackstone, Harry Bluestone, Bobby Bruce (aka Robert Berg), Herman Clebanoff, Bonnie Douglas, David Frisina, Richard S. Greene, Debbie Sue Grossman, Anatol Kaminsky, Nathan Kaproff, Irving Bane Katz, Ezra Kliger, Alfred Lustgarten, Connie Meyer, Irma W. Neumann, David L. Newman, Jack Pepper, Stanley Plummer, Nathan Ross, Erica Sharp, Daniel Shindaryov, Haim Shtrum, Paul C. Shure, Marshall Sosson, Joseph Stepansky, Polly Sweeney, Ilkka I. Talvi, Helen Tannenbaum-Katz, Miwako Watanabe, Harold Wolf (vln); Myer Bello, Rollice Dale, Peter G. Hatch, Myra Kestenbaum, Janet Lakatos, Virginia Majewski, Robert Ostrowsky, Sven Reher, Joel E. Rosenberg, Hakop Sandaldjia, David Schwartz, Barbara A Simons (viola); Robert Lee Adcock, Ron Cooper, Douglas L. Davis, Selene Depuy-Hurford, Nina Deveritch-Smith, Paula J. Hochhalter, Armand Kaproff, Mary C. Lane, Harry L. Shultz, Eleanor Slatkin, Nancy Stein-Ross, Gloria Strassner (cello); Chuck Domanico, Steven G. Edelman, Arni Egilsson, Richard H. Feves, Scott Harper, Edward Meares, Peter A. Mercurio, Buell Neidlinger, Jerry O. Scheff (b); Dorothy Remsen, Anne Mason Stockton (harp); Jack Hayes (arr); Terence A. Bonnell (orchestration); Julia Eidsvoog, Ernest Rosecrans, Paul Sprosty, Kathleen A. Weeast (copyist); Meyer Rubin (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Theme from Brubaker (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:47
b. Main Titles (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:41
c. So Far From Love (Schifrin/Nelson) - 2:34
d. Pinky's Place (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:44
e. The Man on the Bottles (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:56
f. Country Living (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:35
g. All For the Love of Sunshine (Schifrin/Curb/Hatcher) - 4:06
h. The Details (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:58
i. Coombes (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:13
j. Relations (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:33
k. The New Warden (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:06
l. Chow Down (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:33
m. Sunglasses (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:49
n. Alone (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:00
o. Work With Me (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:51
p. Rolling Down (Schifrin/Nelson/Cray) - 1:58
q. A Free Worlder (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:35
r. Out of Town (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:54
s. Blazing Buildings (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:08
t. Fiddles & Broomsticks (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:18
u. Nowhere to Go (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:19
v. Wakefield Blues (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:12
w. A Closer Walk With Me (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:29
x. Arkansas (Schifrin/Nelson/Cray) - 1:44
y. Dance to It (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:23
z. Lonely Brubaker (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:41
aa. Shock Treatment (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:27
ab. The Digging Begins (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:27
ac. Bodies (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:25
ad. A Handful at a Time (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:34
ae. Take Him Alive (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:48
af. Death at the Diner (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:05
ag. Finale (Brubaker's Adagio & Coda) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:40

Issues: a-ag on Intrada Special Collection Volume 10 [CD]
Producer: Nick Redman and Douglass Fake. Executive Producer: Roger Feigelson.
Engineer: John Neal
Notes: Nick Redman


THE COMPETITION
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: c. 1980
Randy Crawford (vcl); Ed Freeeman (arr) with others unknown.

a. Love Theme--The Competition (People Alone) (Lalo Schifrin/Will Jennings) - 2:55

Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond) with others unknown.

b. Love Theme--Street Sequence (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:30
c. Rumors (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:13
d. Love Theme--Love Sequence (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:42
e. Competition Episodes (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:19

Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra featuring Daniel Pollack (p solo); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

f. Excerpts from Prokofieff's Piano Concerto #3 (Prokofieff) - 7:25

same or similar, except Lalo Schifrin (p,arr,cond).

g. Love Theme--The Competition (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:36

same or similar, Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

h. Renaissance Players (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:13
i. Departure (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:09
j. The Defection (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:05
k. Love Theme--Park Sequence (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:02
l. Love Theme--Fisherman's Wharf Sequence (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:05 
m. Competition--Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:03

Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra featuring Chet Swiatkowski (p solo); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

n. Excerpts from Beethoven's Emperor Concerto (Beethoven) - 6:46

Note: Academy Awards nominee for Best Song: "Love Theme--The Competition (People Alone)": 1981.

Issues: a-n on MCA 5185, MCA (Ger) 203 452, MCA (Jap) MVCM-22076 [CD]. a-n also on WEA (Arg) 88042 titled LA COMPETENCIA.
Singles: a & g also on MCA 51060 [45], mCA (Arg) 9297 [45], MCA (Jap) VIMX-1520 [45], MCA (Br) 102 935 [45], MCA (Au) 102.935 [45]. 
Samplers: a also on CPMG (Columbia Pictures Music Group) S17326 titled 1976-1986: A DECADE OF HITS.
Producer: Ed Freeman (a). Lalo Schifrin (b-n). Executive Producer: Howard B. Wolf (a, g only).
Engineer: John Neal, Peter Granite, Mike Beiriger, Ed Freeman & Robert Fernandez
Notes: Lalo Schifrin

Covers: "Love Theme - The Competition" also performed by Lincoln Mayorga in 1981 on THE COMPETITION (Townhall S31, Townhall THCD 31 [CD]). "People Alone (From The Competition)" also performed by Erich Kunzel (Telarc CD-80243 [CD]).


BATTLE CREEK BRAWL (aka THE BIG BRAWL)
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood; c. 1980

Abe Most (cl); Lalo Schifrin (comp) plus others unknown.

a. Training Montage (aka The Big Brawl) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:27
b. Fast Moves (aka The Big Brawl) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:00
c. Uncle Herbert (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:43
d. Playing Nurse (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:18
e. Jerry’s Rag (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:09
f. The Trap
(aka The Big Brawl) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:19
g. Training Montage
(aka The Big Brawl) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:41
h. Oriental Drama (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:09
i. Roller Derby (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:28
j. Razor Cuts (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:22
k. Miss Wong (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:04
l. The Kiss of Death (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:53
m. Victory Fanfare (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:11
n. Training Montage
(aka The Big Brawl) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:40

Note: Some of the above titles include dialogue from the film.

Issues: a-n on Victor (Jap) VIP-28006, CTI (It) 1121. 
Singles: a & c also on Victor (Jap) VIPX-1532 [45]. 
Samplers: a also on Nippon Columbia (Jap) COCA 14685 [CD] titled THE JACKIE CHAN PERFECT COLLECTION. a & d also on Victor (Jap) VIP-28044 titled VIVA! JACKIE CHAN.


THE CAT STRIKES AGAIN...
Jimmy Smith - Arranged and Conducted by Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: July 1980
Oscar Brashear, Jerry Hey (tp,flhrn); Alan Kaplan (tb); Gary Herbig, John Bolivar (sax,f); Jimmy Smith (org); Ronnie Foster (p); Howard Roberts, Tim May, Dennis Budimer (g); Ray Brown (b); Chuck Domonico (el-b); Grady Tate (d); Paulinho da Costa (perc); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

a. The Big Brawl (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:20
b. Down Here on the Ground (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:59
c. Layin' Low (Jimmy Smith) - 4:58
d. Free Ride (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:06
e. Wersi Time (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:43
f. Where is Magdalena? (Jimmy Smith) - 3:55
g. Lonely Shepherd (James Last) - 4:50
h. In Search of Truth (Jimmy Smith) - 5:54
i. The Cat Strikes Again (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:27

Issues: a-i on Milan SLP128, Wersi (Ger) L-1003, Inner City IC 1121, Delta (Ger) 11025 [CD], LaserLight 15-154 [CD]. a-i also on Milan (Fr) CD CH 128 [CD] titled THE BIG BRAWL.
Samplers: a (as "The Big Browl") also on LaserLight 55 067[CD], titled BIRTH OF THE COOL FUNK: VINTAGE JAMS AND SERIOUS GROOVES and LaserLight 17 161 [CD], titled BIRTH OF THE COOL FUNK: VINTAGE JAMS AND SERIOUS GROOVES VOL. 3 (as "The Big Browl").
Producer: Reinhard Franz, Jimmy Smith
Engineer: Eirik Wangberg 


INVOCATIONS
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1980
Commissioned and performed by the New American Symphony; Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None


THE NUDE BOMB (aka THE RETURN OF MAXWELL SMART)
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1980
Merry Clayton (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (comp).

a. (MC9928) You're Always There When I Need You (Lalo Schifrin/Don Black) - 3:49
(other titles unknown)

Issues: a on MCA 41266 [45].
Producer: Lalo Schifrin in association with Steve Tyrell & Unison Productions, Ltd.


THE CHICAGO STORY
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1981
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: Pilot originally broadcast on NBC-TV on March 15, 1981 (series broadcast on NBC-TV from March 6, 1982 to August 27, 1982, without Schifrin).

Issues: None


CAVEMAN
Lalo Schifrin
Mexico City, Mexico and London, England: 1981
Lalo Schifrin with orchestra.

a. Caveman (Main Title) (Lalo Schifrin) - 10:31
b. The Kissing Plant (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:25
c. The Horn Lizard (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:21
d. Tyrannosaurus Rex (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:25
e. Homo Erectus (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:26
f. Pterodactyl (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:11
g. William Tell Overture - 3:25
h. March Of The Caveman (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:01
i. Prehistoric Dance (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:15
j. Caveman (End Title) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:02

Issues: a-j on Aleph 032 [CD] (issued June 7, 2005).
Producer: Nick Redman. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin
Engineer: Dick Lewsey
Notes: Jon Burlingame


THE COMPETITION
Lincoln Mayorga
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1981

Lincoln Mayorga (p).

a. Le Moine Etourdi et L'Oiseau (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:14
b. Love Theme - The Competition (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:54

Note: Other titles without Lalo Schifrin

Issues: a-b on Townhall S31, Townhall THCD 31 [CD]


LA PELLE (aka LA PEAU, THE SKIN)
Lalo Schifrin
Trafalgar Recording Studios; Rome: April 27, 1981

Lalo Schifrin (orchestration, cond) with others unknown.

a. La Pelle Tema D'Amore (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:00
b. Deborah (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:01
c. La Vergine Di Napoli (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:49
d. La Sirena (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:44
e. Scena Della Seduzione (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30
f. La Compassione di Malaparte (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:09
g. La Pelle Finale (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:08
h. Ragazza Sbagliata (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:11
i. La Banda del Paese (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:33
j. Scena Dei Marocchini (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:54
k. Il Vesuvio (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:05
l. Passeggiata Di Napoli (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:47
m. Napoli, 1943 Parte I (aka La Banda Del Passe (#2))
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:58  (1:54) 
n. Napoli, 1943 Parte II (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:00 (see ab below)
o. Napoli, 1943 Parte III (aka La Banda Del Passe (#4))
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:38 (4:41)  
p. Napoli, 1943 Parte IV (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:23 (see ab below)  
q. Napoli, 1943 Parte V (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:02 (see ac below)  
r. Napoli, 1943 Parte VI (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:21 (see ac below)   
s. Dramma di una Citta (aka La Pelle (Dramma di una Citta')
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:30 (1:33)
t. Ogni Pelle di Uomo e di Cane (aka La Pelle (Ogni Pelle
     di Uomo e di Cane
)) (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:44 (1:16)
u. Passeggiata di Napoli (Versione Breve)
     (aka Passeggiata di Napoli (#2)) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:02 (1:03) 
v. Guerra Subdola/Tema D'Amore (Ripresa)
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:43 (see aa & ad below)  
w. Disperazione (aka La Pelle (Disperazione))
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:00 (1:44)  
x. La Sirena (Versione Breve) (aka La Sirena (#2))
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:53 (1:30)  
y. Guerra Nel Dopoguerra (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:12 (see aa below)  
z. Momenti di Serenita (aka La Pelle (Momenti di Serenita))
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:54 (1:57)
aa. La Pelle (Guerra Subdola nel Dopoguerra)
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:35 (edit of y & v (edit) above)
ab. La Banda Del Passe (#3) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:23 (edit of n & p above)
ac. La Banda Del Passe (#5) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:18 (edit of q & r above)
ad. La Pelle Tema D'Amore
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:06 (expands second part of v above)

Note: Alternative titles and running times listed in parentheses above (m-z) as on Saimel (Sp) 3997410 [CD].

Issues: a-l on Cinevox (It) MDF33.147 titled LA PELLE. a-l on RCA (It) SPL1-7329 titled LA PIEL. a-l on Gaumont (Fr) 753-805 titled LA PEAU. a-z on Cinevox (It) CD-CIA 5095 [CD] titled LA PELLE. a-m, o, s, t, u, w, x, z, aa, ab, ac & ad on Saimel (Sp) 3997410 [CD].
Producer: Giorgio Agazzi
Engineer: Antonio Giampaoli
Notes: Claudio Fuiano (Cinevox (It) CD-CIA 5095 [CD]).


LOS VIERNES DE LA ETERNIDAD (aka THE FRIDAYS OF ETERNITY)
Lalo Schifrin
poss. Argentina, Buenos Aires: 1981

Lalo Schifrin with unknown orchestra and Tormenta (vcl) and Oscar Cardozo Ocampo (arr).

a. Los Viernes de la Eternidad (Lalo Schifrin/Tormenta) - 3:07

same or similar, Tormenta out. 

b. Los Viernes de la Eternidad (Instrumental) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:02

Issues: a-b on Microfon (Arg) 4764 [45].
Producer: Mariano Barabino


CAPRICCIO FOR CLARINET AND STRINGS
Lalo Schifrin

c. 1981
Eli Eban (cl) with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra; Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Capriccio for Clarinet and Strings (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: This piece was written for soloist David Shifrin, who was unable to perform it at the premiere. It was later performed by the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra with David Shifrin as soloist. Shifrin also recorded the piece in 2005 in a performance that was issued on the 2006 disc, SHIFRIN PLAYS SCHIFRIN.

Issues: None.


BUDDY BUDDY
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1981
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: "Cecilia" by Michael Dees (arranged by Pete Rugolo) without Schifrin.

Issues: None (MGM)


THE SEDUCTION
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1981-82
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None.


INS AND OUTS
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: March 29 & 30, 1982
Sam Most (flutes); Lalo Schifrin (p); Andy Simpkins (b); Earl Palmer Sr. (d); Paulinho Da Costa (perc).

a. Ins and Outs (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:03
b. Con Alma (Dizzy Gillespie) - 5:10
c. Love Poem for Donna (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:03
d. Down Here on the Ground (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:36
e. Manteca (Dizzy Gillespie/Walter Fuller/Luciano Gonzales) - 4:13
f. Paraphrase (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:14

same, except Lalo Schifrin (p,arr).

g. Brazilian Impressions (Based On The Bachianas Brasileiras #5 By Villa Lobos) - 4:28

Sam Most (flutes); Lalo Schifrin (p); Andy Simpkins (b); Earl Palmer Sr. (d); Paulinho Da Costa (perc).

h. The Fox (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:55

Issues: a-h on Nautilus NR-51, Palo Alto PA8055-N, Real (Mex) 2029, Nautilus NR51 DIDZ10009 [CD].
Samplers: a-h on Aleph 027 [CD] titled INS AND OUTS AND LALO LIVE AT THE BLUE NOTE. a also on
Scarecrow Press 0-8108-5946-7/978-0-8108-5946-3 [Book/CD] titled MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: MY LIFE IN MUSIC.
Producer: Jeffrey Weber. Associate Producer: Christopher Augustine. Executive Producers: David Richardson with Jerry Luby.
Engineer: Rich Feldman
Notes: Jim McCullaugh (July 1982).


VICTIMS
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1982
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None.


A STRANGER IS WATCHING
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1982
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (MGM-TV).


FAST-WALKING
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1982

Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None.


CLASS OF 1984
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1982
Lalo Schifrin (comp,arr,cond); Alice Cooper (vcl).

a. I am the Future (Lalo Schifrin/Gary Osborne) - 3:29

Jeff Baxter.

b. Suburbanite (Lalo Schifrin)

Randell Bramlett.

c. You Better Not Step Out Of Line (Lalo Schifrin/Jeff Baxter/Gary Osborne)

(other titles unknown)

Note: Warner Bros 23719-1 is a various-artists compilation and contains none of Schifrin's score for the film.

Issues: a on Warner Bros 23719-1, Warner Bros. 7-29828. 
Singles: a also on Warner Bros. (Ger) WB 15 004 [45], Warner Bros. (It) WB 15004 [45]. 
Samplers: a also on Warner Bros. 23719-1, Warner Bros. 23719-2 [CD] titled ZIPPER CATCHES SKIN (as by Alice Cooper) and Rhino R2 75680 [CD] titled THE LIFE AND CRIMES OF ALICE COOPER.
Producer: Alice Cooper and Erik Scott (a). Steve Tyrell (b-c).


AMITYVILLE II: THE POSSESSION
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1982
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Orion).


THE STING II
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: 1982
Lalo Schifrin (adapt,arr,cond) with Snooky Young (tp), J.J. Johnson (tb); Abe Most (cl); Ray Brown (b); Mike Lang (p); plus others and unidentified strings and horns.

a. Heliotrope Bouquet (Orchestra) (Louis Chauvin/Scott Joplin) - 3:56
b. A Breeze From Alabama (The Set Up) (Scott Joplin) - 3:25
c. The Chrysanthemum (Scott Joplin) - 2:31
d. Heliotrope Bouquet (Piano Solo) (Louis Chauvin/Scott Joplin)  - 3:48
e. Calliope March (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:35
f. The Entertainer - Heliotrope Bouquet (The Sting II Main Title)  
     (Scott Joplin/Louis Chauvin) - 1:54 

same or similar, add Linda Hopkins (vcl).

g. Most Men (Lalo Schifrin/Jeremy Kagan) - 4:17

same or similar, Linda Hopkins out.

h. Bethena (Piano Solo) (Scott Joplin) - 3:08
i. Coney Island (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:52
j. Scott Joplin Finale (Scott Joplin)  - 2:59

Note: Academy Award nominee for Best Original Song Score or Adaptation Score: 1983. 

Issues: a-j on MCA 6116, MCA (Ger) 804 009-928, MCA (Arg) SUP-80234. 
Singles: f also on MCA 52175 [45], MCA (E) 812 [45]. 
Samplers: i also on Hip-O HIPD-40127 [CD] titled THE REEL LALO SCHIFRIN.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin. Associate Producer: Michael Rogers
Engineer: Mickey Crawford. Assistant Engineer: Neil Jack. Mastering Engineer: Steve Marcussen
Notes: Jeremy Paul Kagan, Dizzy Gillespie, Jeff Baxter, Leonard Feather, Cynthia Kirk, Jennings Lang


FALCON'S GOLD  
(aka ROBBERS OF THE SACRED MOUNTAIN)
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1982
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: (1) Originally aired on Showtime cable TV on December 18, 1982. (2) Schifrin performs a song from his score to this film titled "Street Lights" on his 1999 album JAZZ GOES TO HOLLYWOOD, indicating the song is from CHALLENGER'S GOLD, which is the name of the Arthur Conan Doyle story the film is based on.

Issues: None.


LALO SCHIFRIN
Lalo Schifrin
Recorded: 1976. Issued: December 13, 1982.

a. Jaws (from BLACK WIDOW) - 5:48
b. Macumba (from TOWERING TOCCATA) - 6:11
c. Flamingo (from BLACK WIDOW) - 4:10
d. Theme From King Kong (from TOWERING TOCCATA) - 4:10
e. Black Widow (from BLACK WIDOW) - 4:14
f. Moonlight theme from "Picnic" (from BLACK WIDOW) - 5:37
g. Midnight Woman (from TOWERING TOCCATA) - 6:06
h. Towering Toccata (from TOWERING TOCCATA) - 5:02

Issues: a-h on CTI (Jap) K19P-9141
Jacket: Pete Turner (photo).

 


TROPICOS
American Chamber Orchestra
c. 1983

a. Tropicos (Lalo Schifrin)
     - Allegro Vivace
     - Andante Me Non Troppo
     - Allegretto
     - Andantino Declamatorio
     - Allegro Con Brio

Note: This piece was recorded by Lalo Schifrin in 1996 and performed live by James Morrison in Australia in 2007. Lalo Schifrin also conducted the piece performed by the Young Musicians Foundation Debut Orchestra at Royce Hall, UCLA, on April 14, 1991.

Issues: None.


SUDDEN IMPACT
Lalo Schifrin
Warner Brothers, Burbank, California: September 1983

Jay Daversa, Charles B. Findley, Gary E. Grant, Jerome R. Hey, Allen C. Vizzutti (tp); Eric C. Culver, Herbert Harper, Richard Nash, Richard Noel, Bob Payne, Thomas Shepherd, Kenneth Shroyer, Ronald E. Smith, Phillip A. Teele, Bill Tole (tb); Vincent N. DeRosa, Art Maebe, Richard E. Perissi, Henry Sigismonti (frhrn); Gene Cipriano, Louise DiTullio, Bob Elford, Arthur J. Freeman, Leonard D. Graves, Gary G. Gray, Robert Hardaway, Gary L. Herbig, Ronny Lang, Ted Nash, David Pell, Joel Cary Peskin, David Schifrin (sic?), Ernie Watts (woodwinds); Michael L. Boddicker, John N. Hobbs, Randy M. Kerber, Michael A. Lang, Billy Mays, Gary W. Stockdale, Ian R. Underwood (key); Carl Fortina (acc); Dennis Budimer, George J. Doering, Larry W. Herbstritt, Mitchell L. Holder, Timothy J. May, Melvin "Wah Wah" Ragin (g); Ray Brown (b); Abraham Laboriel (el-b); Larry Bunker, Alan C. Estes, Paul Leim, Harvey Mason, Alex Acuna, Ed Quinn, Emil Richards, Ken Watson, William J. Wright (d, perc); Alvin Sanders (harmonica); Murray Adler, Israel Baker, Arnold Belnick, Alfred C. Breuning, Norman R. Carr, Bonnie Douglas, Pavel Farakas, Berj Garabedian, Irving Geller, James Getzoff, Harris Goldman, Bill Hybel, Nathan Kaproff, Bernard Kundell, Carl LaMagna, Brian Leonard, Marvin Limonick, Moseph Livoti, Mary Debra Lundquist, Joy Lyle, Gordon H. Marron, Jerome Reisler, Jay Rosen, Nathan Ross, Henry L. Roth, Ellen Segal, Paul C. Shure, Marshall Sosson, Joseph Stepansky, Mari Botnick-Tsumara, David D. Turner, John J. Wittenberg (vln); Alan B. DeVeritch, Robert P. Dubow, James F. Dunham, Allan Harshman, Harry Hyams, Myra Kestenbaum, Virginia Majewski, Carole S. Mukogawa, Dan L. Neufeld, Milton Thomas, Herschel P. Wise (viola); Robert Lee Adcock, Ron Cooper, Marie Fera, Armand Kaproff, Ray Kramer, Miguel Martinez, Earl S. Madison, Dorian I. Rudnysky, Gloria Strassner (cello); Chuck Domanico, Igor Horoshevsky, Donald Rivers McGinnis, Margaret Storer (bass); Gayle Levant (harp); Bruce H. Babcock, Harvey Cohen, Stephen Dorff, Jack Hayes, David Izzard, Condy Koller, Angela Morley, Eric Stonerook, Fred Sutenski (arr, orchestration, copyist); Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Main Title (aka Sudden Impact (Dirty Harry theme))
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:20 (2:51)
b. Murder By The Sea (Lalo Schifrin - 2:32
c. Too Much Sugar (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:36
d. Frisco Night (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:52
e. Target Practice (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:35
f. Road To San Paulo (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:46 (1:07)
g. Remembering Terror (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:50
h. Cocktails Of Fire (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:20
i. Robbery Suspect (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:15
j. Ginley's Bar (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:56
k. Another Victim (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:21
l. You've Come A Long Way (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:46
m. Darkness (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:12
n. Crazy (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:44
o. Hot Shot Cop (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:25
p. Alby And Lester Boy (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:03
q. The Automag (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:39
r. Unicorn's Head (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:03 (2:39)
s. A Ray Of Light (aka Ray of Light) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:02 (2:05)
t. Stairway To Hell (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:01
u. San Francisco After Dark (End Titles) (aka This Side of Forever)
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:06 
v. Main Title (Alternate) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:49

Roberta Flack (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond); Gary Stockdale (arr).

w. This Side of Forever (Lalo Schifrin/Dewayne Blackwell) - 4:03

Note: (1) Times noted in parentheses on selections a, f & r indicate time of all issues prior to Aleph 040 [CD]. The Aleph disc seems to add an extra cue to the playing time of selections a & f, while extending the playing time of selection r. (2) The title "(A) Ray of Light" differs on Aleph 040 [CD] from all other releases at the 0:30 point. (3) Viva 23990-1 and other similar releases credits the performance of selections a (edit), i & r (edit) to "The Enforcers". These releases also credit the arrangement of selection a (edit) to Gary Stockdale & Steve Dorff.

Issues: a-v on Aleph 040 [CD] (issued May 6, 2008).
Singles: w & i also on Viva 7-29401 [45], Warner Bros. (Ger) 929 401-7 [45], Warner Bros (Sp) S 9294017 [45] (as by Roberta Flack). a (mono) & a (stereo) also on Viva 7-29447 [45] (promo) (as by The Enforcers).
Samplers: a (edit), f (edit), i, o, r (edit), s, u & w also on Magnum Music (Ger) SFPD-19711988 [CD] titled THE DEAD POOL: THE ULTIMATE DIRTY HARRY COLLECTION. a (edit), i, r (edit) & w also on Viva 23990-1, Warner Bros. (E) 9239901, Warner Bros/Pioneer (Jap) P-11453 titled SUDDEN IMPACT AND THE BEST OF DIRTY HARRY!, Warner Bros. (Ger) 925080-1 titled DIRTY HARRY KOMMT ZURÜCK and WEA (Arg) 8347 titled IMPACTO FULMINANTE -
ˇ Y LO MEJOR DE HARRY EL SUCIO!. a (edit), f (edit), i, o, r (edit), s & u also on Aleph 003 [CD], Simply Vinyl (E) SVLP082 and Simply Vinyl (E) S125030 titled DIRTY HARRY ANTHOLOGY and Warner Music France (Fr) 8573-87357-2 [CD] titled DIRTY HARRY.
Producer: Nick Redman. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin (Aleph 040 [CD]).
Notes: Nick Redman (Aleph 040 [CD]).

Covers: "Sudden Impact" also performed by the Starsound Orchestra on CLINT EASTWOOD MOVIE THEMES (K-Tel (E) EMC-2319, K-Tel (E) ECD 3319 [CD])."Dirty Harry Suite" (includes "Dirty Harry," "Magnum Force," "Scorpio's Theme" and "Sudden Impact") also performed by The National Youth Jazz Orchestra on JAZZ IN FILM (Silva Screen (E) FILMCD371 [CD]).


SUDDEN IMPACT AND THE BEST OF DIRTY HARRY!
Lalo Schifrin and Jerry Fielding

Recorded: 1971-1983. Issued: 1983

a. Sudden Impact (Dirty Harry Theme) (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 2:52
b. This Side Of Forever (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 4:03
c. Unicorn's Head (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 2:38
d. Robbery Suspect (from SUDDEN IMPACT) - 2:12
e. Dirty Harry's Creed (from DIRTY HARRY) - 3:25
f. Main Title From Magnum Force (from MAGNUM FORCE) - 2:07
g. Scorpio (from DIRTY HARRY) - 3:06
h. Rooftop Chase (from THE ENFORCER) - 2:23
i. Alcatraz Encounter (from THE ENFORCER) - 2:00
j. Main Title From The Enforcer (from THE ENFORCER) - 1:59

Issues: a, d, e & g on Viva 23990-1, Warner Bros. (E) 9239901, Warner Bros/Pioneer (Jap) P-11453 titled SUDDEN IMPACT AND THE BEST OF DIRTY HARRY!, Warner Bros. (Ger) 925080-1 titled DIRTY HARRY KOMMT ZURÜCK and WEA (Arg) 8347 titled IMPACTO FULMINANTE - ˇ Y LO MEJOR DE HARRY EL SUCIO!.
Singles: w & i also on Viva 7-29447 [45], Warner Bros. (Ger) 929 401-7 [45], Warner Bros (Sp) S 9294017 [45].
Producer: An Eastwood-Garrett Music Production


STARFLIGHT: THE PLANE THAT COULDN'T LAND  
aka STARFLIGHT ONE
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1983
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Orion Pictures).


RITA HAYWORTH: THE LOVE GODDESS
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1983
Lalo Schifrin (comp)

(titles unknown)

Issues: None


THE OSTERMAN WEEKEND
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1983
Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond); Ernie Watts (ts); plus unknown f,synth,key,el-g,el-b,d and orchestra.

a. Osterman Weekend Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:44
b. Face of Love (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:42
c. Water Games (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:00
d. Restless Nights (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:21
e. Status Symbol (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:19
f. The Face of Death (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:05
g. Love Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:28
h. Conspiracy Waltz (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:55
i. The Mask (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:47
j. Peaceful Coexistence (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:45
k. The Conspirators (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:33
l. Newsbreak (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:00
m. Omega (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:21
n. It's a Mystery (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:13
o. Jesus Loves Me (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:08
p. Face of Love (Main Title) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:41

Issues: a, b, d, e, i, j, l, m, n & p on Varese STV-81198, That's Entertainment Records (E) TER-1084, Condor (Ger) CDR 831 102. a-p on Aleph 010 [CD].
Producer: David Franco. Executive Producers: Tom Null and Chris Küchler (Varese STV-81198). Donna Schifrin (Aleph 010 [CD]).
Engineer: Rick Riccio
Notes: N/A (Varese STV-81198). Nick Redman (Aleph 010 [CD]).


DOCTOR DETROIT
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1983
Patti Brooks (vcl); Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unidentified.

a. You Are The One (Glen Ballard/Lalo Schifrin) - 4:05
(other titles unknown)

Note: MCA Backstreet BSR-6120 is a collection of popular songs by various artists and does not contain Schifrin's score for the film.

Issues: a on MCA Backstreet BSR-6120.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin
Engineer: Dan Wallin
Notes: N/A


PRINCESS DAISY
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1983
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None.


TANK
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1984
Lalo Schifrin (comp, arr, cond), Donna Schifrin (lyrics), Gene Morford with others unknown

a. Saturday Girl
(other titles unknown)

Issues: None (Universal)


THE PLANET IS ALIVE -- LET IT LIVE
Sarah Vaughan sings Pope John Paul II
Live at Tonhalle; Dusseldorf, West Germany: June 30, 1984
Sarah Vaughan (vcl) acc by Benny Bailey, Rick Kiefer, Idrees Sulieman, Art Farmer, Rolf Ericson, Klaus Osterioh (tp); Bart Van Lier, Henning Berg, Otto Bredl, Jiggs Wigham, Eric Van Lier (tb); Ferdinad Povel, Tony Coe, Sal Nistico, Gianni Basso, Sahib Shihab (sax,woodwinds); Bobby Scott or Francy Boland (p); Jimmy Woode, Chris Lawrence (b); Sadi, Hans-Joachim Schacht (perc); Thomas Baumgartel, Andrea Joy, Ludwig Raft, Hubert Stale (frhn); Edmund Thigpen (d); Clas Boden, Andreas Bossler, Bernd Holz, Karin Levin, Jonel Radonici, Michel Riessler, Harold Rodde, Markus Strohmeyer (woodwinds); Mischa Salevic, Hans Buttner, Christoph Bujanowski, Kurt Collinet, Andreas Heuschke, Burkart Heuschke, Albert Juny, Mari Jelmer, Joachim Krist, Bruno Klepper, Jurgan Kachel, Michael Kurkowski, George Lindermann, Silvia Menn, Rainer Platte, Gudman Pasz, Ines Pasz, Heins Pens, Annette Read, Ludwig Rast, Uwe Schmeisser, Jerzy Szopinski, Ismene Then-Bergh, Siegfried Thuning (strings); Cary Wilson, Ken Barrie, John Evans, Joan Baxter, Lee Gibson, Norma Winstine (chorus); Karol Wojtyla [Pope John Paul II] (poetry/lyrics -- translated by Gene Lees); Tito Fontana, Sante Palumbo (comp); Francy Boland (arr); Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. The Mystery of Man (Boland/Lees) - 4:08
b. The Mystery of Man (Instrumental) (Boland/Lees) - 0:48
c. The Actor (Fontana/Palumbo) - 3:56
d. The Mystery of Man (Instrumental) (Boland/Lees) - 0:26
e. Girl Disappointed in Love (Fontana/Palumbo) - 4:24
f. The Mystery of Man (Instrumental) (Boland/Lees) - 1:09
g. The Madeleine (Fontana/Palumbo) - 2:10
h. The Mystery of Man (Chorus/Instrumental) (Boland/Lees) - 3:15

same or similar, add Benard Ighner (vcl).

i. The Black (Fontana/Palumbo) - 2:58

same or similar, Benard Ighner out.

j. The Mystery of Man (Instrumental) (Boland/Lees) - 0:48
k. The Children (Fontana/Palumbo) - 4:27
l. Let it Live (Instrumental) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:01
m. The Armaments Worker (Fontana/Palumbo) - 5:14
n. Toward the Light (Instrumental) (Boland) - 0:34
o. Let it Live (Lalo Schifrin/Gene Lees) - 3:28

Note: A 32-minute television recording titled ONE WORLD, ONE PEACE of this event was broadcast on German TV (WDR program) on April 20, 2003 (thanks to Jordan Jurtschak).

Issues: a-o on Jazzletter JLR1 titled THE PLANET IS ALIVE - LET IT LIVE, Five (Fr) FM13535 titled LET IT LIVE: SARAH VAUGHAN SINGS ONE WORLD ONE PEACE - A SUITE OF OF SONGS BASED ON POEMS OF KAROL WOJTYLA JOHN PAUL II, Telemak (Au) TMAK 152 titled SARAH VAUGHAN SINGS 'ONE WORLD ONE PEACE' - THE POEMS OF POPE JOHN PAUL II (aka A SUITE OF SONGS BASED ON POEMS BY POPE JOHN PAUL II), Kokopelli KOKO1301 [CD] titled THE MYSTERY OF MAN (THE POETRY OF POPE JOHN PAUL II) (issued 1995) and Dejavu Retro (Eu) R2CD 42-06 [CD] titled SARAH VAUGHAN (aka THE GOLD COLLECTION - which also includes songs from a 1961 Vaughan performance, without Schifrin).
Producer: Gigi Campi
Engineer: Wolfgang Hirschmann
Notes: Gene Lees


CENTRAL PARK VARIATIONS
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1984

David Shifrin (cl) and piano.

a. Central Park Variations (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: This piece was composed for David Shifrin. Shifrin also recorded the piece in 2005 in a performance that was issued on the 2006 disc, SHIFRIN PLAYS SCHIFRIN.

Issues: None.


LALO SCHIFRIN & VILLA-LOBOS: GUITAR CONCERTOS
Angel Romero
London, England: September 1984 (?)
Angel Romero (g) with the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jesús López-Cobos.

Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra (Lalo Schifrin)
     a. Allegro Moderato E Maestoso - 10:34
     b. Andante Lontano - 7:59
     c. Allegro Con Brio - 5:45
Concerto for Guitar and Small Orchestra (Villa-Lobos)
     d. Allegro Preciso - 5:07
     e. Andantino e Andante--Cadenza - 7:59
     f. Allegretto Non Troppo - 4:22

Note: The "Allegro Moderato E Maestoso" contains several prominent themes Schifrin composed for THE FOUR MUSKETEERS (1974). Angel Romero debuted Schifrin's Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra in Los Angeles, September 1984, accompanied by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. Schifrin's concerto is also known as Sinfonia Concertante for Guitar and Orchestra.

Issues: a-f on Angel DS38126, HMV (E) EL 27 0288 1, EMI (Ger) 067 EL 27 0288 1.
Producer: John Fraser & David Groves
Engineer: Stuart Eltham
Notes: John W. Duarte (1985)


SPRAGGUE (aka SPRAGGUE: MURDER FOR TWO)
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1984
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: Pilot originally broadcast on ABC-TV on June 29, 1984.

Issues: None (Warner Bros.)


COMMAND 5
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1984
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown) 

Note: Originally broadcast on TV on August 5, 1985.

Issues: None


THE MEAN SEASON
Lalo Schifrin
Burbank, California: November 18, 19, 20 & 21, 1984
collective personnel inc. Herb Alpert, Malcolm McNab, Allen Vizzutti (tp); Chuck Findley (tp, flhrn solos); Charles Loper, Dick Noel, Philip Teele, Lloyd Ulyate (tb); David Duke, Arthur Maebe, Richard Perissi, Henry Sigismonti (horn); Louise DiTullio, Gary Gray, James Kanter, Abe Most, Michael O'Donovan, David Shifrin, David Shostac, Sheridon Stokes, Ernie Watts, David Weiss (woodwinds); Michael Boddicker, Michael Lang, Gary Stockdale (p, key); Dennis Budimir, Mitchell Holder (g); Charles Berghofer, Charles Domanico, John Hornschurch, Milton Kestenbaum, Peter Mercurio (bass); Larry Bunker, Harvey Mason, Joe Porcaro, Emil Richards, Kenneth Watson (d, perc); Farhad Behroozi, Arnold Belnick, Harry Bluestone, Mari Tsumura Botnick, Denyse Nadeau Buffum, Douglas Cameraon, Alan DeVeritch, Pavel Farkas, David Frisina, Allan Harshman, Reg Hill, Bill Hybel, Roland Kato, Jerome Kessler, Myra Kestenbaum, Ezra Kliger, Bernard Kundell, Mary Lane, Norma Leonard, Joy Lyle, Carole Mukogawa, Erno Neufeld, Michael Nowak, Robert Peterson, Kazi Pitelka, Stanley Plummer, Sheldon Sanov, Sidney Sharp, Arkady Shindelman, Robert Suchel, Vicki Sylvester, Ken Yerke (vln, viola); Israel Baker (vln, concertmaster); Christine Emacoff, Paula Hochhalter, Raymond Kelley, Ray Kramer, Earl Madison, Ronald Royer, Margarest Storer (cello); Katie Kirkpatrick, Gayle Levant (harp); Frank Capp (contractor); Leonard Graves (copyist); Lalo Schifrin (cond).

The Album
a. Mean Season Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:31
b. The Timing Wasn't Right (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:37
c. Press Room (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:23
d. The Fourth Call (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:47
e. Old Movie Strings (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:56
f. Lobo Lounge (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:22
g. We've Been Had (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:33
h. At The Top Of the Bridge (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:56
i. She'll Find Something (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:47
j. Here We Go (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:59
k. Headline (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:40
l. Fish House Fit (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:36
m. Shower Curtain (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:57
n. I Just Wish (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:33
o. Number Four (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:42
p. Someone Walking (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:04
q. You Let Everything Slide (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:41
r. Everglades (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:24
s. Alan (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:39
t. Fighting In The Dark (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:30
u. Your Name (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:05
v. Christine (End Credits) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:38
The Extras
w. Mean Cartoon Source (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:58
x. News On The Telephone (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:42
y. The First Call (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:22
z. Number One (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:22
aa. Another Call (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:32
ab. Telenews (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:37
ac. The Third Call (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:05
ad. Headline Number Two (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:20
ae. Another Headline (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:24
af. He Called Me (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:27
ag. I'll Play The Game (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:53
ah. Miami Skyline (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:33
ai. Lobo Lounge Alternate (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:18
aj. Quintet (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:48
ak. Hilson (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:30
al. News (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:21
am. No One Is Safe (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:18
an. Dramatic Headline (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:24
ao. Never Mind (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:04
ap. When I've Made Up My Mind (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:50
aq. Malcolm's Answer (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:28
ar. Ominous Clouds (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:32
as. We Are Waiting For You (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:37
at. Accent #1 (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:05
au. Stinger (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:13
av. The Embrace (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:40
aw. Doorknobs (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:31
ax. Doorknobs Alternate (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:32
ay. You Are The Story (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:46
az. Another Step (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:23
ba. Transition (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:17
bb. Transition Revised (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:19
bc. Lunchtime (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:12

Issues: a-bc on Intrada Special Collection Volume 138 [CD] (issued July 2010).
Producer: Douglass Fake
Engineer: Robert Fernandez
Notes: John Takis, Douglass Fake


A.D. -- ANNO DOMINI
Lalo Schifrin
Studio de la Grande Armee; Paris, France: December 1984
Paris Philharmonic Orchestra with Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. A.D. Main Theme [Main Title] (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:22

same, add choir.

b. Golgotha  (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:00

same, choir out.

c. March of the Gladiators (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:00
d. Valerius and Sarah (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:21
e. Wedding Dance (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:44

same, add choir.

f. King Herod's March (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:38

same, choir out.

g. The Eternal Land (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:36
h. The Fisherman/Steep Rocks (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:41
i. Peter and Thomas Trek (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:35
j. Zealot's Attack (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:18
k. Roman Poison (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:16
l. Roman Party (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:10
m. Roman Celebration (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:14
n. The Road to Damascus (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:50
o. Valerius' Fear/Psalmodie (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:44
p. Nerva (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:55
q. New Love (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:34
r. Roman Procession (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:59
s. Roman Menace (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:19
t. Wedding Dance #2 (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:59
u. Gladiator School (Lalo Schifrin) 
v. In Remembrance of Love (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:43
w. The Majesty of Rome (Lalo Schifrin) 
x. Corina and Caleb (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:30
y. Roman Legion (Lalo Schifrin) 
z. Wedding Procession (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:05
aa. Nero the Lover (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:30
ab. Tiberius's Journey (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:22
ac. Roman Journey [Roman March] (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:44
ad. The Fires of Rome/The Murder of Caligula (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:00
ae. Martyrdom (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:36

same, add choir. 

af. Exalted Love (aka Finale-Exalted Love/Pentecost) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:36

Issues: a, b, d, f-i, m-n, q, u, w-aa, ac, ae & af on BBC(E)REB(ZCR)561. a-t, v & x-af on Prometheus PCD112 [CD].


THE NEW KIDS (aka STRIKING BACK)
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1985
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: Featured songs, "Stand Up," Making A Move," "Edge of Survival" and "Over And Over And Over Again" without Schifrin.

Issues: None (Columbia Pictures)


TRIPLECROSS
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1985

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on ABC-TV on March 17, 1985.

Issues: None (ABC Circle)


BRIDGE ACROSS TIME (aka ARIZONA RIPPER, TERROR AT LONDON BRIDGE)
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1985
Lalo Schifrin (comp); Census.

a. Spy Vs. Spy (Lalo Schifrin/Jane Comerford/Rudlph Grosser)
b. Modern Man
(other titles unknown)

Issues: None


BAD MEDICINE
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1985
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (20th Century Fox)


HOLLYWOOD WIVES
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1985
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on ABC-TV February 17-19, 1985.

Issues: None


PRIVATE SESSIONS
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1985
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None


Hermanos
prob. Los Angeles: c. 1985

Fernando Allende, Maria Conchita Alonso, Apollonia, Ramon Arcusa, Basilio, Braulio, Cantinflas, Irene Cara, Roberto Carlos, Nydia Caro, Vikki Carr, Veronica Castro, Charytin, Chiquetete, Claudia De Colombia, Gal Costa, Celia Cruz, Lupita D'Alessio, Guillermo Davila, Placido Domingo, Emmanuel, Sergio Facheli, Jose Feliciano, Vincente Fernandez, Miguel Gallardo, Lucho Gatica, Julio Iglesias, Antonio de Jesus, Jose Jose, Rocio Jurado, Lissette, Valeria Lynch, Cheech Marin, Sergio Mendes, Lucia Mendez, Menudo, Miami Sound Machine, Amanda Miguel, Ricardo Montalban, Palito Ortega, Pimpinela, Tony Renis, Danny Rivera, Jose Luis Rodriguez, Simone, Manoella Torres, Pedro Vargas, Diego Verdaguer, Yuri (vcl); Greg Phillinganes (key); David Foster (key, rhythm co-arr); Jose Feliciano (solo g); Carlos Rios (g); Nathan East (b); John Robinson (d); Albert Hammond (vcl arr);  Lalo Schifrin (instrumental arr, cond).

a. Cantare, Cantaras (I Will Sing, You Will Sing) 
     (Albert Hammond/Juan Carlos Calderon/Anahi) - 5:35

Herb Alpert.

b. African Flame (Herb Alpert/John Barnes)

Issues: a-b on Columbia 44 05243 [12], CBS (Arg) 23.353 [12].
Producer: a: Albert Hammond, Jose Quintana, Humberto Gatica. 
b: Herb Alpert, John Barnes.
Engineer: a: Humberto Gatica, Don Hahn, Benny Faccone.


MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE/MANNIX/MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
Arranged & Conducted by the Composer: Lalo Schifrin

Recorded: 1967-1968. Issued: 198?

From MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE:
a. Mission: Impossible
b. The Plot
c. Jim On The Move
d. Rollin Hand
e. Wide Willy
f. Mission Accomplished
From MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE:
g. More Mission
h. Foul Play
i. Intrigue
j. The Getaway
k. Self-Destruct 
From MANNIX:
l. The Shadow
m. Fear
n. Hunt Down
o. Mannix
p. End Game

Issues: a-p on MCA (Fr) 204 665.
 

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