LALO SCHIFRIN

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1966-1975

MURDERERS' ROW
Composed And Conducted By Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: 1966
Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond,p), Carol Kaye (el-b) with others unknown.

a. Murderer's Row (Main Title) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:07 
b. The Pin (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:10
c. I'm Not The Marrying Kind (Lalo Schifrin/Howard Greenfield) - 1:45
d. Suzie's Theme (Love Theme) (Lalo Schifrin/Howard Greenfield) - 2:14
e. Dual Controls (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:11
f. Solaris (aka Murderers' Row) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:02
g. The Pendulum (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30
h. Iron Head (aka Murderers' Row) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:11
i. Double Feature (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:14
j. Frozen Dominique (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:13
k. No Dining Allowed (aka Murderers' Row) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:51
l. I'm Not The Marrying Kind (End Title) (Lalo Schifrin/Howard Greenfield) - 1:51

same or similar, Dean Martin (vcl).

m. I'm Not The Marrying Kind (Lalo Schifrin/Howard Greenfield) 

Dino, Desi & Billy.

n. If You're Thinking What I'm Thinking" (Boyce/Hart) 

Issues: a-l on Colgems (COMO)COSO-5003, RCA Victor (E) RD-7847. 
Samplers: a also on Colgems COS-116 titled FILM FESTIVAL (1969).
Producer: Neely Plumb
Engineer: Ivan Fisher, Dick Bogert, Mike MacLaughlin
Notes: Mort Goode

Covers: "I'm Not The Marrying Kind" performed (in a different arrangement than above) by Dean Martin on HAPPINESS IS DEAN MARTIN (Reprise R(S)-6242) and HAPPINESS IS DEAN MARTIN/WELCOME TO MY WORLD (Collector's Choice COLC-259 [CD]). "The Pin" also performed by Bud Shank on World Pacific WP1864.


Al (He's The King) Hirt
Hollywood, California: c. 1966

Al Hirt (tp); Short Rogers (arr) with others unknown.

a. The Evil One (Lalo Schifrin)

Issues: a on RCA 47-9023 [45].


I DEAL IN DANGER
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1966
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: This film is comprised of the first three episodes of the TV program BLUE LIGHT (1965), which Schifrin scored.

Issues: None.


CHRYSLER THEATER 
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1966

Dizzy Gillespie (tp); Lalo Schifrin (comp, cond).

a. A Small Rebellion
     (titles unknown)

Note: "A Small Rebellion" directed by Stuart Rosenberg.

Issues: None.


THE DOOMSDAY FLIGHT
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1966

Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None.


MARQUIS DE SADE
Lalo Schifrin
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: April 27, 1966
Ernie Royal (tp); Jerome Richardson (alto f,ts); Lalo Schifrin (p,arr,cond); Gene Bertoncini (g); Richard Davis (b); Grady Tate (d); Gloria Agostini (harp); Rose Marie Jun (vcl); Christopher Williams, Gene Orloff (vln); Harry Lookofsky (tenor vln); Alfred V. Brown (viola); George Ricci (cello).

a. (100174) Renaissance (aka Madrigal) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:15
b. (100175) Beneath a Weeping Willow Shade (aka Eine Kleine Jazz Musik)
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30 
c. (100176) Aria (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: April 28, 1966
Jimmy Maxwell, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (tp); Urbie Green, J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding (tb); Tom Mitchell (bass tb); Don Butterfield (tu); Ray Alonge, Richard Berg, James Buffington (frh); Jerome Richardson (f,alto-f); Romeo Penque (f,ts); Lalo Schifrin (p,arr,cond); Richard Davis (b); Grady Tate (d).

d. (100177) [The] Blues for Johann Sebastian (aka Bach To The Blues
(Lalo Schifrin) - 3:05 
e. (100178) Troubadour (Lalo Schifrin) (aka Summer Dance) - 3:00
f. (100179) The Wig (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:40 
g. (100180) Bossa Antique (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:26

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: April 28, 1966
Ernie Royal (tp); Jerome Richardson (alto f); Lalo Schifrin (p,arr,cond); Gene Bertoncini (g); Richard Davis (b); Grady Tate (d).

h. (100181) Old Laces (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:20 

same, except Lalo Schifrin (harpsichord,arr,cond).

i. (100182) Marquis de Sade (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:45
j. (100183) Versailles Promenade (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:55

Note: (1) Complete title is THE DISSECTION AND RECONSTRUCTION OF MUSIC FROM THE PAST AS PERFORMED BY THE INMATES OF LALO SCHIFRIN'S DEMENTED ENSEMBLE AS A TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY OF THE MARQUIS DE SADE. (2) Album title also known as SCHIFRIN/SADE

Issues: a-j on Verve V/V6-8654, Verve 23MJ-3383, Verve (Br) VELPS 88.002, Verve MV (Jap) 2055, WRC (Au) R.02417, Verve 314 537 751-2 [CD], Verve (Jap) UCCU-5152 [CD], Verve (Jap) UCCU-9624 [CD]. a-j also on Verve (Ger) 2332 089 titled BLUES FOR JOHANN SEBASTIAN. a-f & h-j also on Polydor (Ger) H-831 titled HELLO, MR. SADE
Singles: b & f also on Verve VK10434 [45]. i & g also on Verve (Br) V-1316 [45].
Samplers: f & j also on Voices of Vista No. 58 titled VOICES OF VISTA NO. 58. g also on Play-Time (Fr) 3069742 [CD], MSI (Jap) MSIF-9857 [CD] titled SUPRÊME LOUNGE 2, Nova (Fr)
3057442 [CD] titled SIESTA PARTY! and Verve (Ger) 06007 5307418 [CD] titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE AND OTHER THRILLING THEMES. h also on Verve 314 547 185-2 [CD] titled TALKIN' VERVE: LALO SCHIFRIN and Verve (Jap) UCCV-4048 [CD] titled @ JAZZ CAFE
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Lalo Schifrin (Verve V/V6-8654). Lalo Schifrin/Paul de Barros (Verve 314 537 751-2 [CD]).

Covers: "Blues for Johann Sebastian" also performed by Alfredo Remus in 1968 as "Juan Sebastian Blues" on ALFREDO REMUS 5 (Parlophone (Arg) 6278).


LATIN IN THE HORN
Al "He's the King" Hirt - Arranged and Conducted by Lalo Schifrin
Los Angeles, California: June 27, 1966
Al Hirt (tp); Lloyd Ulyate, Dick Noel, Mike Barone (tb); George Roberts (b-tb); Bud Shank (f, alto f); George Del Barrio (p); Bob Bain (g); Bill Plummer (b); Joao Palma, Jose Soares (d); Victor Feldman (perc); Anatol Kaminsky, Joseph Stepansky, David Frisina, Marvin Limonick, Sam Freed, Herman Clebanoff, Nathan Kaproff, Alex Murray, Irma Neumann, Thelma Beach, Mort Herbert, Irving Geller (vln); Sanford Schonbach, Allan Harshman, Milton Thomas, Myra Kestenbaum (viola); Rapheal Kramer, Justin DiTullio, Eleanor Slatkin, Marie Fera (cello); Dorothy Remsen (harp); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

a. (TPA3-4145) Baia (A. Barroso/R. Gilbert) - 2:30
b. (TPA3-4146) What a Diff'rence a Day Made (S. Adams/M. Grever) - 1:59
c. (TPA3-4147) Desafinado (Mendonca/Jobim) - 2:41
d. (TPA3-4148) Manhã de Carnaval (L. Bonfa) - 3:06
e. (TPA3-4149) Meditation (Meditaçao) (Jobim/Gimbel/Mendonca) - 2:51
f. (TPA3-4150) Gringo A-Go-Go (aka Mucho Hirt) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:13

Los Angeles, California: June 30, 1966
Al Hirt (tp); Lloyd Ulyate, Dick Noel, Mike Barone, George Roberts (tb); Bud Shank (f, alto f); George Del Barrio (p, jawbone); Bob Bain, Alton Hendrickson (g); Bill Plummer (b); Adolfo Valdes, Earl Palmer (d); Francisco Aguabella (maracas, perc); Emil Radocchia (aka Emil Richards) (perc); Anatol Kaminsky, David Frisina, Marvin Limonick, Sam Freed, Herman Clebanoff, Nathan Kaproff, Alex Murray, Thelma Beach, Joseph Stepansky, Irma Neumann, Mort Herbert, Irving Geller (vln); Sanford Schonbach, Milton Thomas, Allan Harshman, Myra Kestenbaum (viola); Rapheal Kramer, Eleanor Slatkin, Justin DiTullio, Frederick Seykora (cello); Dorothy Remsen (harp); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

g. (TPA3-4151) Angelitos Negros (M.A. Maciste/A.E. Blanco) - 2:32
h. (TPA3-4152) Frenesi (A. Dominguez) - 2:45
i. (TPA3-4153) Taboo (M. Lecuona/S.K. Russell) - 2:22
j. (TPA3-4154) Be True to Me (Sabor a Mi) (A. Carillo) - 1:55
k. (TPA3-4155) A Sky Without Stars (Un Cielo Sin Estrellas) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:31
l. (TPA3-4156) Margarita (G. Lane) - 2:47

Issues: a-l on RCA Victor LPM(LSP)3653, RCA (Sp) 74321938552 [CD]. a-l on RCA TP3 5030 [R2R] titled LATIN IN THE HORN/SOUL IN THE HORN.
Samplers: d also on RCA VPS-6057 titled THIS IS AL HIRT.
Producer:
Jim Foglesong
Engineer:
John Norman
Notes:
Sheldon Toomer


THE CLIFF DWELLERS
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: c. 1966

(unknown titles)

Note: (1) Originally broadcast on August 26, 1966. (2) Intended as a pilot for a television series, which never materialized.

Issues: None.


VOICES OF VISTA NO. 58
[radio broadcast]: c. 1966

interview of Lalo Schifrin by Willis Conover, John Cacavas Orchestra.

(GXTV 220620) Starring Lalo Schifrin - 24:00
     a. The Wig (from MARQUIS DE SADE)
     b. The Blues (from NEW FANTASY)
     c. El Salon Mexico (from NEW FANTASY)
     d. Versailles Promenade (from MARQUIS DE SADE)

Issues: a-d on Voices of Vista No. 58


T.H.E. CAT
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1966

a. T.H.E. Cat
(other titles unknown)

Note: Original NBC-TV broadcast from September 16, 1966, to September 1, 1967.

Issues: a on Wyncote 9184.

Covers: "T.H.E. Cat" also performed by Al Hirt on HIRT MEETS THE HORNET (RCA LPM(LSP)3716) and The Dave Shaw Ten on CANADA (Radio Canada International RCI-381).


MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Los Angeles: possibly c. 1966
Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond) with unknown horns, rhythm section and strings.

a. Mission: Impossible - Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:49
b. Mission: Impossible - End Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:29

Hollywood, California: 1966-1973
Lalo Schifrin (comp, arr, cond)

1. Pilot (aired September 17, 1966)
> 2. Memory (aired September 24, 1966)
> 3. Operation Rogash (aired October 1, 1966)  
4. A Spool There Was (aired November 12, 1966)
> 5. The Carriers (aired November 19, 1966) 
> 6. Zubovnick's Ghost (aired November 26, 1966) 
7. Fakeout (aired December 3, 1966)
> 8. Elena (aired December 10, 1966)
> 9. The Short Tail Spy (aired December 17, 1966)

Note: "Cinnamon" is featured during this episode in a number of variations, most notably as a waltz.

10. The Heir Apparent (aired September 28, 1968)
11. The Contender - Part 1 (aired October 6, 1968)
     c. The Plot (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:51
     d. Ready (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:12
     e. Rollin (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:44
     f. Time (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:46
     g. Sleeping Phelps (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:11
12. The Contender - Part 2 (aired October 13, 1968)
13. Fool's Gold (aired October 26, 1969) 
14. Submarine (aired January 16, 1970)
     h. More Plot (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:39
     i. Mission: Impossible Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:10
15. The Killer (aired September 19, 1970)
     j. Bower Hotel (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:55
     k. Check Out Time (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:45
     l. The Trick (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:16
16. Takeover (aired January 2, 1971)
     m. Signal Light (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:42
     n. Kate Thomas  (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:26
17. Encore (aired September 25, 1971)?
18. The Miracle (aired October 23, 1971)? 
19. Underground (aired October 28, 1972)
     o. Tape Machine (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:17
     p. Good Job (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:47
20. The Puppet (aired December 22, 1972)?
21. Boomerang (aired January 12, 1973)
22. The Fighter (aired February 9, 1973)?

Episodes noted with a ">" above, credited to Lalo Schifrin, were likely "assembled" with Schifrin music written, recorded or used for previous episodes.

Note: (1) Originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 17, 1966, to September 8, 1973 (additional cues by Richard Markowitz, Gerald Fried, Richard Haig, Robert Drasnin, Jerry Fielding, Kenyon Hopkins, Benny Golson, Harry Geller, Robert Prince, Leith Stevens). (2) The "Mission: Impossible" theme was given lyrics, written by Fred Milano & Angelo D'Aleo, and performed by The Kane Triplets (United Artists UA 50328 [45]) (special thanks to Joe McGinty). (3) "The Plot" was derived from a march theme originally created for the premiere episode of JERICHO (1965). (4) Schifrin earned Emmy nominations during the 1966-67 season of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE for Individual Achievements In Music Composition, during the 1967-68 season for Musical Composition ("The Seal") and during the 1968-69 season from Musical Composition ("The Heir Apparent"). (5) Aside from composing the main theme and "The Plot," used in variations throughout the series, Schifrin is credited in Patrick J. White's excellent book, THE COMPLETE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE DOSSIER (Avon: 1991), with scoring all of the above episodes. (6) GNP Crescendo GNPD8029 also includes Schifrin's "re-scored" "Mission: Impossible" theme and a 1992 performance of the title theme with the composer conducting the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. The remainder of GNP Crescendo GNPD8029 by John E. Davis for the 1988-90 series, Mission: Impossible. "The Trick" includes a portion of Schifrin's "Jim on the Move." (7) The episode titled "Illusion" (aired April 13, 1969) features two Marlene Dietrich-style songs with lyrics by Bruce Geller and music by Lalo Schifrin, "Buy My Glass Of Wine" and "The Lady 'Bove The Bar". (8) One of the versions of "Cinnamon" heard during "The Short Tail Spy" episode was also used in the LONGSTREET series ("Through Shattering Glass", which aired February 24, 1972).

Issues: a-p on GNP Crescendo GNPD8029 [CD], GNP (Jap) KICP321 [CD] titled THE BEST OF MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - THEN AND NOW
Samplers: a also on CTI (Jap) KICP-322 [CD] titled THE BEST OF LALO SCHIFRIN.
Producer: Neil Norman. Associate Executive Producer: Mark Banning
Engineer: Michael James
Notes: Lalo Schifrin, John E. Davis, Patrick White


WAY...WAY OUT
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1966
Gary Lewis and the Playboys.

a. Main Title (Lalo Schifrin/Hal Winn) - 2:20
b. Finale (Lalo Schifrin/Hal Winn) - 3:00

Twentieth Century Fox Studios, Los Angeles, California: c. July 26, 1966
collective personnel inc. Don Fagerquist, Carroll "Cappy" Lewis, Al Porcino (tp); Milton Bernhart, Richard T. Nash, Phil Teele (tb); Ronny Lang, Abe Most, C. E. Shank, William Ulyate (woodwind, sax); Artie Kane (p, key); Carl Fortina (acc); Robert F. Bain, Dario Bonetti, Alton Hendrickson (g); Max Gralnick (mand); Larry Bunker, Shelley (sic) Manne, Ken Watson (d, perc); Victor Arno, George Berres, Joachim Chassman, Joseph Dibiase, Kurt Dieterle, Adolph DiTullio, Anatole Kaminsky, Louis Kaufman, Paul Lowenkron, Erno Neufeld, Irma Neumann, Lou Raderman, John Santulis, Paul Shure (vln); Alan Dinkink, Alex Neiman, Sven Reher, Sanford Schonbach (viola); Joseph Coppin, Joseph DiTullio, Ray Kramer, Karl Reher (cello); Keith "Red" Mitchell (b); Ann Mason Stockton (harp); Urban Thielmann (orchestra manager); Richard T. Hazard, Wally Heglin, Sunny Olivera (arr, orchestration); Fred Combattente, Ernest Rosencrans (copyist); Lalo Schifrin (cond).

c. Don't Blow Your Cool (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:11
d. The Centrifuge (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:39
e. Stuck With You (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:02
f. Space March (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:16
g. The Trip (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:14
h. Welcome To The Moon (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:23
i. Schmidlap (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:11
j. Jazz Waltz (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:53
k. Out Of This World (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:10
l. It's Not So Late (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:35
m. Black Russian (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:13
n. Space Punch (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:19
o. Tender Moon (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:01

Issues: a-o on Intrada Special Collection Volume 73 [CD] titled WAY...WAY OUT/BRADDOCK (issued 2008).
Producer: Nick Redman and Douglass Fake. Executive Producer: Roger Feigelson
Notes: Jon Burlingame

Covers: "Way...Way Out" also performed by Gary Lewis & The Playboys (Liberty [45]) and Harry Betts (20th Century 3192, 20th Century 6651 [45]).


THE VENETIAN AFFAIR
Lalo Schifrin
MGM Scoring Stage, Culver City California: July 28 and 29, 1966
Lalo Schifrin (arr) with 22-piece orchestra inc. Mike Lang, Artie Kane (p, harpsichord); Carl Fortina (acc); Laurindo Almedia, Tommy Tedesco, Bob Bain, Barney Kessel, Howard Roberts, Al Hendrickson, Bill Plummer (g, sitar); Red Mitchell (b); Emil Richards, Shelly Manne (perc); Sam Chianis (cimbalom); Elisabeth Waldo (salterio); Robert Armbruster (cond).

a. Venice After Dark (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:07
b. N.Y. at Dusk/The One to Spare (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:37
c. Venetian Dialogue/The Credentials (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:05
d. Next of Kin/The Back Door (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:34
e. Claire’s Blues (short version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:51
f. Open Gate/The Unsolved Affair (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:13
g. Unconcerned/The Other Venice/Venetian Affair (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:51
h. Around the Corner (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:26
i. At the Convent/Sandra (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:48
j. His Name Is Goldsmith (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:08
k. No Fright/A New Beginning (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:01
l. Fenner/Wahl/Ballard (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:49
m. As Long as We Are Together (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:44
n. I Didn’t Lie to You/Hypodermic Persuasion (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:08
o. Subliminal Horror/Narco/Venetian Chase (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:36

same or similar, add Julius LaRosa (vcl).

p. A Lonely Silhouette/Our Venetian Affair (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:55

same or similar, Julius LaRosa out.

q. Claire’s Blues (long version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:44
r. Lonely Silhouette (retake)/The Affair Is Over (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:19

same or similar, add Julius LaRosa (vcl).

s. Our Venetian Affair (long version) (Lalo Schifrin/Hal Winn) - 1:57

same or similar, Julius LaRosa out

t. Main Titles (Piazza San Marco) (cymbalom) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:09

Hollywood, California: October 19, 1966
Bud Shank (f); Ronald Langinger (aka Ronnie Lang) (f, reeds); Artie Kane (p, key); Carl Fortina (acc, key); Sam Chianis (cymbalom); Bob Bain, Tommy Tedesco, Alton Hendrickson (g); Laurindo Almeida (mandolin); Ray Brown (b); Shelly Manne (d); Charles Shoemake (vib); Emil Richards, Elizabeth Waldo (perc); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin, Dick Hazard (arr) with unknown chorus.

u. (L170) Our Venetian Affair (Lalo Schifrin/Hal Winn) - 2:16
v. (L171) Venice After Dark (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:36

Issues: a-v on FSM Vol. 13 No. 2 [CD] titled THE CINCINNATI KID: LALO SCHIFRIN FILM SCORES VOL. 1 (1964-1968).
Singles: u & v on MGM K-13670 [45], MGM (E) 1329 [45]. 
Samplers: v also on MGM SE-4742 titled MEDICAL CENTER AND OTHER GREAT THEMES COMPOSED AND CONDUCTED BY LALO SCHIFRIN and Motor (Ger) 535495-2 [CD] titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE…AND MORE!. v also scheduled to be on MGM GAS-136 (unissued) titled GOLDEN ARCHIVE SERIES: LALO SCHIFRIN.
Producer: Jesse Kaye
Notes: Alexander Kaplan (FSM Vol. 13 No. 2 [CD]).

Covers: "Our Venetian Affair" also performed by Julius La Rosa in an arrangement by Don Costa (MGM E/SE-4437, MGM 13651 [45]). "Venice After Dark" also performed by Bud Shank (World Pacific WP-1864).


THREE PIECES FOR PERCUSSION AND STRINGS
Lalo Schifrin

Live at the Hollywood Bowl; Los Angeles, California: August 11, 1966
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Louis Bellson (perc); Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Three Pieces For Percussion And Strings (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: These compositions are based on Schifrin compositions issued on Roulette Birdland (S)R52120, Louis Bellson/Lalo Schfrin's EXPLORATIONS (from February 10/11, 1964).

Issues: None.


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC (episode: "The Hidden World Of Insects")
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1966

Ruby Raksin, Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond).

(titles unknown)

Note: Original CBS-TV broadcast on December 13, 1966.

Issues: None.


BRADDOCK
Lalo Schifrin
Twentieth Century Fox Studios, Los Angeles, California: c. February 1967
collective personnel inc. Don Fagerquist, Carroll "Cappy" Lewis, Al Porcino (tp); Milton Bernhart, Richard T. Nash, Phil Teele (tb); Ronny Lang, Abe Most, C. E. Shank, William Ulyate (woodwind, sax); Artie Kane (p, key); Carl Fortina (acc); Robert F. Bain, Dario Bonetti, Alton Hendrickson (g); Max Gralnick (mand); Larry Bunker, Shelley (sic) Manne, Ken Watson (d, perc); Victor Arno, George Berres, Joachim Chassman, Joseph Dibiase, Kurt Dieterle, Adolph DiTullio, Anatole Kaminsky, Louis Kaufman, Paul Lowenkron, Erno Neufeld, Irma Neumann, Lou Raderman, John Santulis, Paul Shure (vln); Alan Dinkink, Alex Neiman, Sven Reher, Sanford Schonbach (viola); Joseph Coppin, Joseph DiTullio, Ray Kramer, Karl Reher (cello); Keith "Red" Mitchell (b); Ann Mason Stockton (harp); Urban Thielmann (orchestra manager); Richard T. Hazard, Wally Heglin, Sunny Olivera (arr, orchestration); Fred Combattente, Ernest Rosencrans (copyist); Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:48
b. You Are Dead (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:24
c. Perennial Suspension (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:18
d. Brave New Beat (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:15
e. End Credits (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:51

Note: Originally broadcast on CBS-TV on July 22, 1968.

Issues: a-e on Intrada Special Collection Volume 73 [CD] titled WAY...WAY OUT/BRADDOCK (issued 2008).
Producer: Nick Redman and Douglass Fake. Executive Producer: Roger Feigelson
Notes: Jon Burlingame


WHO'S MINDING THE MINT
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1967
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Columbia Pictures).


THE RISE AND FALL OF THE THIRD REICH
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: June 7 and September 7, 1967
Laurence Harvey (narr); Lil Chookasian (vcl-contralto); Richard Cassilly (vcl-tenor); Greg Smith Singers (vcl); Alfred Perry (text); MGM Studio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Lawrence Foster; Lalo Schifrin (comp).

a. (67L-536) The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich (Cantata) (Lalo Schifrin) - 23:42
b. (67L-537) The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich (Cantata) (Lalo Schifrin) - 20:52

Note: (1) Michel Ruppli's MGM discography lists recording dates as August 3 & 4. Orchestra and chorus recorded June 7; narrator added September 7. (2) Inspiration for this secular cantata derived from Schifrin's score for the MGM television documentary based on William L. Schirer's best-selling history. (3) The Prologue to THE RISE AND FALL OF THE THIRD REICH was adapted from Schifrin's "Jericho" theme (from "Upbeat And Underground") from JERICHO (thanks to Leonidas Kouvaris). (4) Complete title listed on the cover sleeve and record label of MGM 1E/S1E-12ST is THE MGM STUDIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CONDUCTED BY LAWRENCE FOSTER IN LALO SCHIFRIN'S DRAMATIC CANTATA -- THE RISE AND FALL OF THE THIRD REICH.

Issues: a-b on MGM 1E/S1E-12ST, MGM (E) CS8079.
Producer: Jesse Kaye
Engineer: Lyle Burbridge. Editing: Thorne Nogar.
Notes: Not Listed


CONCERTO FOR TRUMPET
Lalo Schifrin

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: June 25, 1967
American Wind Symphony featuring Charles Gottschalk; Robert Boudreau (cond).

a. Concerto For Trumpet (Dedicated To Lloyd H. Vaughn) (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: Commissioned by the American Wind Symphony, "(t)his concerto," Schifrin stated, "represents my attempt to create a genuine study in trumpet. At the same time, it is designed to articulate the different tone qualities of woodwinds, brass and percussion in ensemble, and the relation of each to the soloist."

Issues: None.


SULLIVAN'S EMPIRE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1967
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Universal).


THE PRESIDENT'S ANALYST
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1967

Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond,arr).

a. Look Up (aka Joy To The World) (Lalo Schifrin)
b. Jericho - Alternate Main Title (aka House Painter March) (Lalo Schifrin)
c. Two Petals, A Flower and a Young Girl (Lalo Schifrin)
d. Vaccinated Mushrooms (Lalo Schifrin)
(other titles unknown)

Barry McGuire (vcl).

e. Inner Manipulations (Barry McGuire/Paul Potash)

The Clear Light (vcl).

f. She's Ready To Be Free (The Clear Light)

Note: (1) The alternate JERICHO title, which was not used for the series and was later known as the "House Painter March" from VOYAGE OF THE DAMNED, is heard in this score as the analyst goes to meet the President for the first time. (thanks to Leonidas Kouvaris). (2) "Two Petals, A Flower and a Young Girl" and "Vaccinated Mushrooms" (both heard in a Tijuana Brass Mariachi style) are also performed by Schifrin on THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN' ON (thanks to Leonidas Kouvaris).

Issues: a (as "Joy To The World") on Invisible College (Eu) IC003 [CD] titled COOL YULE: THE SWINGING SOUND OF CHRISTMAS.

Covers: "Look Up" also performed by Kim & Co. from SONGS FOR THE JET SET VOLUME 2 (Siesta (Sp) 88 [CD]).


HOW I SPENT MY SUMMER VACATION (aka DEADLY ROULETTE)
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1967
Frank Rosolino (tb); Don Ellis (tp); Bud Shank, Buddy Collette, Jack Nimitz, poss. Tony Ortega (sax); Mike Lang (p); Ray Brown (b); Larry Bunker or Shelly Manne (d) with others unknown; Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond,arr).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Universal).


THE RISE AND FALL OF THE THIRD REICH
Lalo Schifrin
Live at the Hollywood Bowl; Los Angeles, California: August 3, 1967
Laurence Harvey (narr); Lili Chookasian (vcl-contralto); Richard Cassilly (vcl-tenor); 80-voice Greg Smith Singers (vcl); Alfred Perry (text); Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Lawrence Foster; Lalo Schifrin (comp).

a. The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich (Premiere)

Issues: None


THREE FOR DANGER
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1967

Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

(unknown titles)

Note: Originally broadcast on NBC-TV on September 8, 1967.

Issues: None.


MANNIX
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: 1967-1975
Lalo Schifrin (comp, arr, cond).

1. The Name Is Mannix (aired September 16, 1967)

Note: Schifrin adapted his own theme, "Variations" (from EXPLORATIONS), as one of the cues used for action scenes during this and later episodes of MANNIX, particularly during the show's first season.

2. (possibly) Cost Of A Vacation (uncredited - aired October 21, 1967)
3.  The Silent Cry (aired September 28, 1968)

Note: Featured in this episode is Schifrin's "Midnight Courier", also recorded on MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE.

4. Fear I To Fall (credited - but tracked - aired December 21, 1968)
5. A Ticket To The Eclipse (aired September 19, 1970)
6. The Open Web (aired September 17, 1972)
7. Rage To Kill (aired February 24, 1974)
8. Bird Of Prey (aired March 2 and 9, 1975)

Los Angeles, California: October 26, 1968
Conte Candoli, Graham Young, John Audino, Bobby Bryant (tp, flhrn); Lloyd Ulyate, Dick Nash, Milt Bernhart, George Roberts (tb); Bud Shank, Ronnie Lang, Gene Cipriano, Plas Johnson, Jack Nimitz (reeds); Mike Melvoin (p, org); Tommy Tedesco, Howard Roberts (g); Carole Kaye (g, el-b); Max Bennet (b); Larry Bunker, Ken Watson, Emil Richards, Francisco Aguabella (perc); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond); Dick Hazard, Milt Rogers (arr).

a. (23795) Mannix (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:26

Los Angeles, c. October 1968
same or similar.

b. The Edge of the Night (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:49
c. The Girl Who Came in with the Tide (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:25
d. Beyond the Shadow of Today (Schifrin/Geller) - 2:52
e. The Shadow (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:59
f. Turn Every Stone (Shorty Rogers) - 2:54
g. Hunt Down (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:17
h. Warning: Live Blueberries (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:26
i. Fear (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:37
j. The End of the Rainbow (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:33
k. End Game (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:26

Note: (1) Originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 16, 1967, to April 13, 1975. (2) Musical contributors to this series include Richard Hazard (Skid Marks On A Dry Run, Beyond The Shadow Of A Dream, The Cost Of A Vacation, Turn Every Stone, Comes Up Roses, The End Of The Rainbow, Eagles Sometimes Can't Fly, Time Out Of Mind, Shadow Play, Wine From These Grapes, Babe In The Woods, Death Is The Fifth Gear, The Crimson Halo, The Inside Man, Light And Shadow), Jeff Alexander (Nothing Ever Works Twice, Huntdown, Deathrun), George Duning (The Many Deaths Of Saint Christopher, Edge Of The Knife, Woman In The Shadows), Jerry Fielding (Make It Like It Never Happened, Warning: Live Blueberries, Coffin For A Clown, Pressure Point, The Sound of Darkness, One For The Lady), Jack Urbont (A Catalogue of Sins, Then The Drink Takes The Man), Richard Markowitz (To The Swiftest, Death, A Copy Of Murder, The Need Of A Friend, End Game, A Question of Midnight, Missing: Sun And Sky, Cry Silence), Philip Springer (Who Will Dig The Graves?), Robert Drasnin (Night Out Of Time, Color Her Missing, A Penny For The Peep Show, Days Beyond Recall), Richard Shores (A View Of Nowhere), Luchi De Jesus (Return To Summer Grove), Fred Steiner (The Playground, Figures In A Landscape, Cold Trail), Gerald Fried (A Sleep In The Deep) Robert Prince (Memory: Zero), Lawrence Rosenthal (aka Laurence Rosenthal) (The Mouse That Died, Dark So Early Dark So Long), Joseph Mullendore (The Lost Art Of Dying), Lyn Murray (The World Between), Duane Tatro (Round Trip To Nowhere, Broken Mirror), George Romanis (The Glass Trap, To Kill A Memory), Pat Williams (One Step To Midnight) and Benny Golson (See No Evil). Music supervisors: Jack Hunsaker, Robert H. Raff, Ted Roberts (editors - seasons 1-3), Kenyon Hopkins (starting season 4), Leith Stevens (Round Trip To Nowhere). (3) The "Comes Up Roses" episode, which aired October 5, 1968, features a juke-box source cue version of Richard Hazard's "Foul Play", a version of the song which also appears on the album MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE (also in "A Copy Of Murder"). (4) Schifrin's "Cinnamon" (from the MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE album) was also used as a cue in the MANNIX series and is first heard as a source cue in "The Girl Who Came In With The Tide" (aired February 1, 1969), also differently in "Return To Summer Grove" (aired October 11, 1969) and "Who Is Sylvia". (5) Schifrin's "Hunt Down" is briefly incorporated into an action cue first featured in the "Return To Summer Grove" episode. (6) Schifrin's "Warning: Live Blueberries" is first featured in the "Missing: Sun And Sky" episode (again in the "Harlequin's Gold" episode). (7) Schifrin's "The End Of The Rainbow" is heard in the episodes "Who Is Sylvia", "One Death To A Customer", "Once Upon A Saturday" and "Nightshade". (8) Schifrin's "Mission Blues" (from the MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE album) was used as a cue in the MANNIX series and is heard as a source cue in the "To Draw The Lightning" and "Out Of The Night" episodes. (9) The opening theme was re-recorded, probably by Lalo Schifrin each time, for the show's second season (1968), fourth season (1970) and sixth season (1972).

Issues: a-k on Paramount PAS 5004, Collector's Choice CCM-958 [CD], Pathé (F) C 062-9022. 
Singles: a & k also on Paramount 0002 [45], Paramount (Ger) 1C006-90 986 [45], RGE Discos (Br) CD 80.289 [45]. a & g also on Paramount (Fr) 2C 006 91917 [45].
Samplers: a also on TeeVee Toons TVT1100CD [CD] titled TELEVISION'S GREATEST HITS, TV (Fr) TVCD 1/2 [CD] titled TUBES CATHODIQUES: LE DISQUE DES SERIES AMERICAINS, Hip-O HIPD40127 [CD] titled THE REEL LALO SCHIFRIN, Rhino R2 75867 [CD] titled TV LAND CRIME-STOPPERS: TV'S GREATEST P.I. THEMES, WEA (Fr) 0927407442 [CD] titled AGENTS SECRETS, TVT-1550-2 [CD] titled CBS: THE FIRST 50 YEARS, Rhino R2-78231 [CD] titled TV LAND PRESENTS FAVORITE TV THEME SONGS and
Verve (Ger) 06007 5307418 [CD] titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE AND OTHER THRILLING THEMES. a, e, g, i & k also on MCA (Fr) 204 665 titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE / MANNIX / MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE.. a & k also on RGE (Br) CD 80289 [EP] titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE/MANNIX. c, d, e, f, h & j also on RGE (Br) USLP-6254 titled ACTION.  
Producer: Tom Mack
Engineer: John Neal
Notes: Bruce Geller, Morgan Ames (Paramount PAS 5004). Jeff Bond (Collector's Choice CCM-958 [CD]).


MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: October 4, 1967
Al Porcino, John Audino, Tony Terran, Ray Triscari (tp); Billy Byers (tb, arr); Dick Nash, George Roberts, Dick Leith (tb); Vincent De Rosa, Bill Hinshaw, David Duke (frhrn); Bud Shank, Ronald Langinger (aka Ronnie Lang), Justin Gordon, Jack Nimitz (reeds); Mike Melvoin (p); Tommy Tedesco (g); Ray Brown (b); Carol Kaye (el-b); Earl Palmer (d); Adolfo Valdes (bgo); Ken Watson, Emil Richards (perc); Anatol Kaminsky, Paul Shure, Bonnie Douglas, Sam Freed, Marvin Limonick, Alexander Murray, Irma Neumann, Nathan Kaproff, Thelma Beach, James Getzoff (vln); Raphael Kramer, Leanor Slatkin, Frederick Seykora, Justin DiTullio (cello); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).
overdubbed in Hollywood, California: October 5, 1967
Bud Shank, Ronnie Lang, Justin Gordon, John Lowe (f).

a. Mission: Impossible (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:31

Hollywood, California: October 4, 1967
Al Porcino, John Audino, Tony Terran, Ray Triscari (tp); Billy Byers (tb, arr); Dick Nash, George Roberts, Dick Leith (tb); Vincent De Rosa, Bill Hinshaw, David Duke (frhrn); Bud Shank, Ronald Langinger (aka Ronnie Lang), Justin Gordon, Jack Nimitz (reeds); Mike Melvoin (p); Tommy Tedesco (g); Ray Brown (b); Carol Kaye (el-b); Earl Palmer (d); Adolfo Valdes (bgo); Ken Watson, Emil Richards (perc); Anatol Kaminsky, Paul Shure, Bonnie Douglas, Sam Freed, Marvin Limonick, Alexander Murray, Irma Neumann, Nathan Kaproff, Thelma Beach, James Getzoff (vln); Raphael Kramer, Leanor Slatkin, Frederick Seykora, Justin DiTullio (cello); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

b. The Plot (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:25 
c. Mission Accomplished (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:40 
d. Rollin Hand (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:48 

Hollywood, California: October 5, 1967
Stuart Williamson, Tony Terran, Ray Triscari, John Audino (tp); Dick Nash, Lloyd Ulyate, George Roberts, Dick Leith (tb): Vincent De Rosa, Bill Hinshaw, David Duke, Richard Mackey (frhrn); Bud Shank, Ronnie Lang, Justin Gordon, John Lowe (reeds); Mike Melvoin (p); Bob Bain (g); Ray Brown (b); Carol Kaye (el-b); Earl Palmer (d, perc); Adolfo Valdes (cga); Emil Richards (perc); Billy Byers, George DelBarrio (arr); Robert Lefer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

e. (22479) Jim on the Move (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:12 
f. (22480) Barney Does it All (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30 
g. (22481) Wide Willy (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:03 
h. (22482) Jim's Job - 2:03

Hollywood, California: October 7, 1967
Tony Terran (tp); Bud Shank (f, as); Lalo Schifrin (p, harpsichord, arr, cond); Paul Beaver (p); Tommy Tedesco (g); Mike Melvoin (harpsichord); Bill Plummer (sitar); Ray Brown (b); Shelly Manne (d); Adolfo Valdes (bgo); Emil Richards (perc); Anatol Kaminski, Bonnie Douglas, Sam Freed, Marvin Limonick, Alexander Murray, George Kast, Nathan Kaproff, Thelma Beach, George Berres, Ambrose Russo, Joe Stepansky, Irma Neumann (vln); Allan Harshman, Myra Kestenbaum, Milton Thomas, Myer Bello (viola); Raphael Kramer, Eleanor Slatkin, Frederick Seykora, Emmet Sargeant (cello); Dorothy Remsen (harp); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Dick Hazard (arr).

i. (22483) Operation Charm (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:55
j. (22484) The Sniper (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:20
k. (22485) Cinnamon (The Lady Was Made To Be Loved)  
     (Jack Urbont/Bruce Geller from "All In Love") - 2:36 
l. (22486) Danger (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:44

Issues: a-g & i-l on Dot DLP-3831 (mono), Dot DLP-25,831(stereo), Dot (Arg) 12714.2. Dot (Jap) VIM-7259, MCA (F) 250 674-1. 
Singles: a & e also on also on Dot 45-17059 [45], Dot (E) 103 [UK], Dot (Bel) DT 24.002 [CD], Stateside (Fr) FSS 545 [45], Dot (Jap) JET-1915 [45], Stateside (Tu) TSS-4144 [45]. a & b also on RGE Discos (Br) CD 80.289 [45], Dot (Jap) JET-1915 [45]. a & c also on MCA (Fr) MCD 80327 [CDS]. a also on Paramount (Ger) 1C006-90 986 [45], MCA (Fr) 258164-7 [45].
Samplers: a-e & g also on MCA (Fr) 204 665 titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE / MANNIX / MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE. a-g & i-l also on One Way MCAD-22122 [CD] and One Way (Jap) MSIF-2204 [CD] titled MISSION: ANTHOLOGY and Hip-o HIPD40021 [CD] titled MUSIC FROM MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE. a also on Paramount PAS-5002 titled MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE, Paramount (E) SPFL-286 titled THE BEST OF FILM MUSIC: ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACKS FROM PARAMOUNT PICTURES, TV (Fr) TVCD 1/2 [CD] titled TUBES CATHODIQUES: LE DISQUE DES SERIES AMERICAINS, Time Life HPD(S)39/MCA MSC235445 titled 60s INSTRUMENTALS: TAKE TWO, TeeVee Toons TVT1100CD [CD] titled TELEVISION'S GREATEST HITS, Rhino RNLP 703 titled THE TV THEME SONG SONG-ALONG ALBUM, Rhino R2-71749 [CD] titled SPY MAGAZINE PRESENTS VOLUME ONE: SPY MUSIC, Rhino PRCD7161 [CD]  titled ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY PRESENTS: TOP TV HITS, CEMA S22-17765 [CD] titled COLLECTOR'S CHOICE MUSIC: INSTRUMENTAL GEMS OF THE '60S, CTI (Jap) KICP322 [CD] titled THE BEST OF LALO SCHIFRIN, Hip-O HIPD40127 [CD] titled THE REEL LALO SCHIFRIN, Plastic (It) PL006 [CD] titled SPECTRUM: THRILLING 60s FILM NOIR THEMES, Virgin (E) 7243 8 47850 2 4 [CD] titled THIS IS CULT FICTION, Telstar (E) TCD2836 [CD] titled MOVIE KILLERS, Virgin (E) 7243 8 448 44896 25 [CD] titled THIS IS CULT FICTION ROYALE, WEA (Fr) 0927407442 [CD] titled AGENTS SECRETS, BMI [no.?] [CD] titled BMI 50th ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION: 1940-1990, TVT-1550-2 [CD] titled CBS: THE FIRST 50 YEARS and TVT TV-1940-2 [CD], Universal (Jap) UCCU-1053 [CD] titled GREAT COPS and TVT TV-1943-2 [CD] titled TV GUIDE 50 ALL-TIME FAVORITE TV THEMES. a & e also on MCA (Arg) 82097 titled PERFIL DE LALO SCHIFRIN, Motor (Ger) 535495-2 [CD] titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE…AND MORE! and
Verve (Ger) 06007 5307418 [CD] titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE AND OTHER THRILLING THEMES. a-e & g also on MCA 404 665. a & b also on RGE (Br) CD 80289 [EP] titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE/MANNIX, Silva Screen FILMCD-712 [CD] titled THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.: CULT TV CLASSICS, Silva Treasury SSD5004 [CD] titled MISSION IMPOSSIBLE AND CULT TV THEMES OF THE ATOMIC AGE AND BEYOND. a & f also on Rhino R2 72240 [CD] titled COCKTAIL MIX VOL. 4: SOUNDTRACKS WITH A TWIST. a & c also on Hip-O HPD40017 [CD] titled MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. e also on Verve (E) 564561-1, Verve (E) 564561-2 [CD] titled MESSIN' AROUND PRESENTS ROOT DOWN!, Rare Groove (It) RG 2011 [CD] titled THE BOSSA NOVA EXCITING JAZZ SAMBA RHYTHMS - "FILM BOSSA" - VOL. 6, Virgin TV (E) VTDCD363 [CD] titled SAMPLED 2: DIGGING DEEPER and Boutique (Ger) 06007 5306564 [CD] titled SAMPLED! (JAZZ CLUB)
Producer: Tom Mack
Engineer: Hank Ciacalo
Notes: Bruce Geller

Covers: "Mission: Impossible" also performed by Henry Mancini (RCA Camden CXS9034), the Ventures (EMI E2-53738 [CD]), Jimmy Smith (Verve V/V6-8750 -- also featured on Motor (Ger) 535495-2 [CD]), Floyd Cramer (RCA LPM4025), The Kane Triplets (United Artists UA 50328 [45]), Leonard Nimoy (Famous PAS-2-1030, Varese VSD5613 [CD]), Billy May (Capitol), Dick Schory (Ovation OV/14-10-2), Lizzy Mercier Descloux (Ze/Buddah ZEA 12-006 [12], Philips (F) 6172 248 [45]), Joe Morello (DMP CD497 [CD]), Brother Jack McDuff (Concord Jazz CCD-4760-2 [CD]), Pucho and His Latin Soul Brothers (Timeless SJP444 [CD]), James Taylor Quartet, Proteus 7,  Joe Locke (Milestone MCD9284-2 [CD]), Erich Kunzel (Telarc), Akira Tana (Sons of Sound) and Orchester Bruno Bertone (as "Cobra" on Delta Music (Ger) 55154 [CD]). "The Plot" is also performed by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Silva SSD5004 [CD]). "Mission: Impossible" also featured in such films as HUSTLE (1975),  REVENGE OF THE NERDS, AIRPLANE II: THE SEQUEL (1982), ACE VENTURA: PET DETECTIVE (1993) and WAYNE'S WORLD (1992) and as "The Mission" in Harry Gregson-Williams's score SHREK 2 (Vareesee Sarabande 302 066 629 2 [CD]. For MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE (1996 film): A sample of Schifrin's recording of "Mission: Impossible" is included on Larry Mullen and Adam Clayton's "Theme From Mission: Impossible," (a 4/4 version of the 5/4 theme) from MISSSION: IMPOSSIBLE -- the 1996 film, featured on the album MUSIC FROM AND INSPIRED BY THE MOTION PICTURE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE (Mother 314-531 682-2). Several selections from Danny Elfman's score to the 1996 film (Point Music 454 525-2) quote excerpts from Schifrin's "Mission: Impossible" and "The Plot." For MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 2 (2000 film, aka "M:I-2"): Limp Bizkit's "Take A Look Around (Theme From MI:2)" is a heavy-metal version of Schifrin's theme, credited to Lalo Schifrin/Fred Durst and featured on MUSIC FROM AND INSPIRED BY MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 2 (Hollywood HR-62244-2 [CD]). The Schifrin theme is also used by composer Hans Zimmer in heavy-metal versions on "Mission: Impossible Theme," "Bare Island" and "The Bait," featured on MUSIC FROM THE ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE  SCORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 2 (Hollywood HR-62277-2 [CD]). A vocal version of "Mission: Impossible" was also performed by Alan Copeland (ABC 11088 [45] where the "Mission: Impossible" theme is used as a background to the melody and the lyrics of "Norwegian Wood" (credited correctly to J. Lennon/P. McCartney, however, this version of the theme is credited to Schifrin with Angelo D. Aleo and Fred Milano). 

Samples: "Mission: Impossible" sampled by Electribe 101 for "Talking With Myself" (Mercury ). "Jim on the Move" sampled by the Wiseguys for "Ooh La La" (also included on the WHIPPED film soundtrack, TVT 6820 [CD]).


COOL HAND LUKE
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: October 26, 1967
Tony Terran (tp); Harold Diner, Francis Howard, Hoyt Bohannon, George Roberts (tb); Tommy Morgan (hca); Mike Melvoin (p); Artie Kane (org); Howard Roberts, Tommy Tedesco, Bob Bain, Alton Hendrickson (g); Ray Brown (b); Earl Palmer (d); Victor Feldman, Emil Richards (perc); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin, Dick Hazard (arr,cond).

a. Main Title (aka Down Here on the Ground) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:05 

same or similar, except Lalo Schifrin (p).

b. Just a Closer Walk With Thee (Traditional) - 2:52

same or similar, except Lalo Schifrin (p) out.

c. Lucille (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:43
d. Arletta Blues (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:52

Hollywood, California: c. October 1967
same or similar.

e. Tar Sequence (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:10
f. Egg Eating Contest (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:55
g. Plastic Jesus (Ed Rush/George Cromarty) - 1:55
h. Bean Time (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:09
i. Ballad of Cool Hand Luke (aka Down Here on the Ground) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:33
j. The First Morning (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:48
k. The Chase (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:15
l. Road Gang (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:46
m. End Title (aka Down Here on the Ground) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:13

Hollywood, California: c. October 1967(?)
same or similar.

n. Eye-Ballin Glasses (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:25
o. Criss-Crossing The Fence (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:18
p. Got My Mind Back (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:08
q. Radio In Barracks (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:48
r. Dog Boy (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:09

Note: (1) Toward the end of "Tar Sequence," the main theme (aka "Down Here on the Ground") is featured. (2) Academy Awards nominee for Original Music Score: 1967. (3) "Tar Sequence" used as the theme for many years by ABC-TV's "Eyewitness News" broadcasts. 

Issues: a-m on Dot DLP 3833 (mono), Dot DLP25833 (stereo), MCA (Jap) SMY-1008, MCA (Jap) MCS MVCM-22048 [CD], Tsunami (Ger) TSU 0130 [CD]. a-r also on Aleph 022 [CD] (see ROMANCING THE FILM and MORE JAZZ MEETS THE SYMPHONY for two additional titles). 
Singles: i (as "Ballata Di Nick Mano Fredda") & g on Dot (It) 45 D-001 [45]. a, b, c & i on Dot (Jap) SJET 506 [EP].
Samplers: a also on Hip-O HIPD40127 [CD] titled THE REEL LALO SCHIFRIN. b & i also on Paramount PAS-1007 titled FAMOUS MOVIE THEMES. i (titled "Ballata di Nick Mano Fredda") & g also on Dot (it) 45D 001 [45].
Producer: Tom Mack (Dot DLP 3833 (mono), Dot DLP25833 (stereo)). Donna Schifrin (Aleph 022 [CD])
Engineer: Thorne Nogar and Andy Richardson
Notes: Not Listed (Dot DLP 3833 (mono), Dot DLP25833 (stereo)). Lalo Schifrin, Stuart Rosenberg (Aleph 022 [CD]).

Covers: "Down Here on the Ground" also performed by Wes Montgomery (A&M/CTI 3006, A&M 0802 [CD]), Lou Rawls (Capitol ST2927), Gogi Grant (Records By Pete 701), Grant Green (Blue Note BTS84360, Blue Note CDP7-89793-2 [CD]), Oscar Peterson (Polygram 817489-2 [CD]), George Benson (Warner Archives/Rhino R2 76713 [CD] and Warner Bros. 2WB3139, 3139-2 [CD]), Anthony Ortega (Trend DS788), Lou Rawls (Capitol (S)T2927, Rebound 20201 [CD]), Sun Ra And His Year 2000 Myth Science Orchestra (Blast First (E) BFFP60 [CD]), Andy Simpkins (MAF MMF1002 [CD]) and Richie Hart (Zoho ZMR 20511 [CD]). "Cool Hand Luke" also performed by the Fosse Orchestra on FOSSE - ORIGINAL BROADWAY CAST RECORDING (BMG 09026-63379-2 [CD]).The main theme was also parodied by Alf Clausen in a brief chain-gang sequence from the "Black Widower" episode of THE SIMPSONS (#8F20, 4/8/92).


MISSION IMPOSSIBLE VS. THE MOB
Lalo Schifrin/Jerry Fielding
prob. Hollywood, California: c. October 1967

(titles unknown)

Note: Schifrin contributed only his original main theme and previously used variations of "The Plot" to this 1968 European feature film, which combined the two-part MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE TV episode, "The Council" (originally aired 11/19/67 and 11/26/67).

Issues: None (Paramount)


SOL MADRID (aka THE HEROIN GANG)
Lalo Schifrin
MGM Scoring Stage, Culver City, California: November 9 and 10, 1967
Lalo Schifrin with 47-piece orchestra (day 1), 20-piece orchestra (day 2); Laurindo Almeida (g); Robert Armbruster (cond); George del Barrio (orchestration).

a. Main Title/The Burning Candle (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:14
b. Frightened Stacey/Mexican Waters (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:45
c. Adagietto for Guitar and Orchestra (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:59
d. Dietrich (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:21
e. Cantina Rock (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:55
f. Villanova’s Cocktail Music (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:52
g. Sol Madrid’s Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:55
h. Mariachi Street Music #1 (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:38
i. Mariachi Street Music #2 (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:08
j. Worried Stacey/Scarpi/Heroin Bag/The Pump (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:49
k. Headlights/Pressure/More Pressure/Ingenious (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:00
l. Mexican Dance Music (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:20
m. A Demanding Lover (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:55
n. Turn On, Search Out (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:59
o. Mexican Street Music (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:00
p. Charanga #1 (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:22
q. Dangling Bloody Hand/To Get Some Air (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:10
r. Charanga #2 (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:26
s. Guajiro From the Distance (short version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:13
t. Villanova’s Villa/Villanova’s Chase/Villanova’s Fight
    
(Lalo Schifrin) - 5:14
u. What Really Counts (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:09
v. El Patio (guitar) (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:51
w. Guajiro From the Distance (long version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:11

edits of above.

x. (L626) Sol Madrid (Main Theme) [= second half of "Main Title/The
     Burning Candle," title a, + "What Really Counts," title 21, above] - 2:00 
y. (L627) Fiesta (Lalo Schifrin) [= "Mariachi Street Music #1," title h,
     above] - 1:35
z. (L628) Stacey's Bolero [= "Mexican Dance Music," title l, repeated
     twice, above] - 2:36
aa. (L629) The Burning Candle [= "Frightened Stacey/Mexican Waters,"
     title b, above] - 2:25
ab. (L630) Adagietto ([= "Adagietto for Guitar and Orchestra," title c,
     above] - 2:50
ac. (L631) Sol Madrid (Main Theme) [= ""Sol Madrid's Theme," title g,
     above] - 1:55
ad. (L632) The Golden Trip [= "Cantina Rock," title e, faded, above] - 2:35
ae. (L633) Charanga [= "Caranga #2," title r, above] - 2:20

same or similar, add Laurindo Almeida (g).

af. (L634) El Patio [= "El Patio (Guitar)" (edited), title v, above] - 2:25

same or similar. 

ag. (L635) Villanova's Villa [= the first part of "Villanova's Villa,"
     title t, above] - 2:10
ah. (L636) Bolero #2 [= "Mariachi Street Music "2," title i, above] - 2:07
ai. (L637) Villanova's Chase [= "Mexican Waters," title b, + "Villanova's
     Flight," title t] - 2:07

Note: A version of the "Sol Madrid" theme with lyrics, titled "Nice To Know," was written by Schifrin with Norman Gimbel. 

Issues: a-ai on FSM Vol. 13 No. 2 [CD] titled THE CINCINNATI KID: LALO SCHIFRIN FILM SCORES VOL. 1 (1964-1968). x-ai on MGM E/SE 4541. 
Samplers: x also on MGM SE4742 titled MEDICAL CENTER AND OTHER GREAT THEMES COMPOSED AND CONDUCTED BY LALO SCHIFRIN. x also scheduled to be on MGM GAS-136 (unissued) titled GOLDEN ARCHIVE SERIES: LALO SCHIFRIN.
Producer: Jesse Kaye
Engineer: Thorne Nogar
Notes: Not Listed (MGM E/SE 4541). Alexander Kaplan and Lukas Kendall (FSM Vol. 13 No. 2 [CD]).


THE FOX
Lalo Schifrin
Los Angeles, California: January 4, 1968
Vincent De Rosa, Richard Perissi (frhrn); Sheridon Stokes, Louise Dissman (f); John Neufeld (cl); William Criss (oboe); William Herzberg (bassoon); Artie Kane, Caesar Giovannini (p); Tommy Tedesco (g); Ken Watson, Joe Porcaro, Emil Richards (perc); Erno Neufeld, Marvin Limonick (vln); Myra Kestenbaum (vla); Raphael Kramer (cello); Dorothy Remsen (harp); Lloyd Basham (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

a. (L16289) Frost Trees (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:17
b. (L16290) Paul's Memories (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:02
c. (L16291) Soft Clay (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:55
d. (L16292) Trembling Lips (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:37

Los Angeles, California, prob. January 5 and after, 1968
same or similar

e. Theme from "The Fox" (Main Title) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:24
f. (L16294) The Foxtail (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:10
g. Ellen's Image (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:25 
h. Dead Leaf  (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:47
i. The Foxhole (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:06
j. Lonely Road (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:01
k. Dripping Icicles (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:00

same or similar, Sally Stevens (vcl).

l. (L16308) That Night (Lalo Schifrin/Norman Gimbel) - 2:35 

same or similar, Anne Heywood (vcl)

m. Roll it Over (aka Steig Mal Drüber) (Lalo Schifrin/Norman Gimbel) - 2:13 

Note: Academy Awards nominee for Best Original Music Score for a motion picture not a musical: 1968. Grammy Awards nominee for Best Instrumental and Best Soundtrack. 

Issues: a-m on Warner Bros. W(S)-1738, Warner Bros. (Jap) P10878W, Warner Bros. (Br) WLP 75.009, Warner Music France (Fr) 9362-47880-2 [CD]. 
Singles: l & f also on Warner Bros. 7173 [45], Warner Bros. (It) 1037 [45]. l also on Warner Bros. 7263 [45]. e, f, l & m also on Warner Bros./ Gamma (Sp) GX 07-517 [EP] titled LA PIEL DE ZORRO (THE FOX).
Samplers: g also on Hip-O HIPD40127 [CD] titled THE REEL LALO SCHIFRIN
Producer: Jimmy Hilliard
Engineer: Not Listed
Notes: Not Listed (Warner Bros. W(S)-1738). Nicolas Saada (Warner Music France (Fr) 9362-47880-2 [CD]).

Covers: "The Fox" also performed by Wes Montgomery (A&M/CTI 3006, A&M 0802 [CD]), Don Randi (Capitol ST-287), Hugo Montenegro (RCA LSP-4022), Wilbert Longmire (World Pacific ST2016), Mr. X (aka Xavier Michell) (ARV International ARV-1003), Percy Faith (Columbia CS 9835, Columbia 4-44876 [45]), Peter Nero (RCA LSP-3936, RCA 47-9429 [45]), Ronnie Aldrich (London Phase 4 SP-44116), Mike Metheny (3 Valve Music), Peter Duchin His Piano And Orchestra (Decca 32307), Hollywood Film Festival Orchestra (as "Dim" on ZYX/Galaxy (Ger) 3885192 [CD]), Hugo Montenegro and others. "That Night" also performed by Scott Walker (Philips 6308 127) and Billy Vaughn (Dot DLP 25857).


THE RISE AND FALL OF THE THIRD REICH
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1968

a. Part I
b. Part II
c. Part III

Note: (1) Originally broadcast on ABC-TV on March 6, 8 and 9, 1967. (2) Schifrin's score uses a variation of "The Plot" throughout. 

Issues: None (MGM)


THERE'S A WHOLE LALO SCHIFRIN GOIN ON
Lalo Schifrin
Los Angeles, California: March 18, 1968

Bud Shank, Ronnie Lang, Sam Most (reeds); Arnold Kobentz (oboe, eng horn); Michael Lang, Artie Kane, Roger Kellaway, Paul Beaver (key); Carl Fortina (accordion); Howard Roberts, Dennis Budimer, Bill Pitman (g); Max Bennett (el-b); Shelly Manne (d); Emil Richards, Ken Watson (perc); Erno Neufeld, Marvin Limonick, Nathan Kaproff, Sam Freed, Anatol Kaminsky, George Kast, Paul Shure, Bonnie Douglas (vln); Myra Kestenbaum, Allan Harshman, Robert Ostrowsky, Virginia Majewski (viola); Raphael Kramer, Edgar Lustgarten, Eleanor Slatkin (cello); Catherine Gotthoffer (harp); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

a. (MB 22899) How To Open At Will The Most Beautiful Window 
    
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:58
b. (MB 22900) Bride of the Wind (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30
c. (MB 22901) Dissolving (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30

Los Angeles, California: March 19, 1968
Tony Terran, John Audino (tp); Lloyd Ulyate, Barrett O'Hara (tb); John Johnson (tu); Vincent De Rosa (hrn); Bud Shank, Ronnie Lang, Sam Most (reeds); Artie Kane, Mike Lang, Roger Kellaway, Ralph Grierson (key); Paul Beaver (synth); Howard Roberts, Dennis Budimer, Bill Pitman, Louis Morell (g); Ray Brown (b); Max Bennett (el-b); Earl Palmer, Shelly Manne, Ken Watson, Joe Porcaro, Emil Richards (perc); Milt Holland (tabla); Erno Neufeld (vln); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

d. (MB 22902) Secret Code (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:27 
e. (MB 22903) Hawks vs. Doves (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:24
f. (MB 22904) Wheat Germ Landscapes (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:26

same.
overdubbed in Los Angeles, California: March 20, 1968

prob. Lalo Schifrin (p solo).

g. (22905) Vaccinated Mushrooms (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:40

Los Angeles, California: March 20, 1968
Bud Shank, Ronnie Lang, Sam Most (reeds); Artie Kane, Michael Lang, Roger Kellaway, Ralph Grierson (key); Howard Roberts, Bill Pitman, Dennis Budimer, Louis Morell (g); James Bond (b); Carol Kaye (el-b); Shelly Manne (d); Earl Palmer, Joe Porcaro, Larry Bunker, Ken Watson (perc); Paul Beaver (stereo harp); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

h. (22906) Life Insurance (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:06
i. (22907) Machinations (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:40
j. (22908) The Gentle Earthquake (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:29

Lalo Schifrin (p solo).

k. (22909) Two Petals, A Flower and a Young Girl (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:09

Note: (1) Dot DLP-25852 credits Lalo Schifrin with the synthesizer solo on "Secret Code" (2) Schifrin features Tijuana Brass-like mariachi versions of both "Two Petals, A Flower and a Young Girl" and "Vaccinated Mushrooms" in his score to the film, THE PRESIDENT'S ANALYST (thanks to Leonidas Kouvaris). (3) A rock version of "The Gentle Earthquake" was also used in the MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE series ("Cocaine" - episode #156, first aired 10/21/72). (4) A country version of "Bride of the Wind" was also used in the LONGSTREET series ("Eye Of The Storm", which aired January 20, 1972). (5) Dot DLP 25852 was issued in November 2005 by Speakers Corner Records (Germany) as a 180 gram heavy vinyl audiophile LP. 

Issues: a-k on Dot DLP 25852, Music Hall (Arg) 12768, Antar (Ur) 12.768, Dot (Jap) PROA-52 [CD]. a-k also on RGE (Br) XRLP-6241 titled EXPERIENCE. a-k also on MCA (Arg) 82097 titled PERFIL DE LALO SCHIFRIN
Samplers: a, b, c, d, & i also on
Verve (Ger) 06007 5307418 [CD] titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE AND OTHER THRILLING THEMES. d also on One Way MCAD-22122 [CD], One Way (Jap) MSIF2204 [CD] titled MISSION: ANTHOLOGY and Outcaste (E) CASTE22CD [CD] titled BOMBAY JAZZ PALACE. d, i & j also on Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692071 titled MOST WANTED - 1968-1979. d, f, i & j also on Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692072 [CD] titled MOST WANTED - 1968-1979.
Producer: Tom Mack
Engineer: Hank Cicalo
Notes: Lalo Schifrin


WHERE ANGELS GO, TROUBLE FOLLOWS
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1968
Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond), Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart (vcl).

a. (1431) Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows (Shifrin (sic)/Boyce/Hart) - 1:59
(other titles unknown)

 Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart (vcl); D. McGinnis, A. Butler (arr).

b. (1430) Goodbye Baby (I Don't Want To See You Cry) (Boyce/Hart) - 2:57

Issues: a & b on A&M 919 [45], A&M (Ger) 210023 [45].
Producer: Boyce-Hart
Engineer: Henry Lewy


HELL IN THE PACIFIC
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1968
Tom Scott (sax); Mike Lang (p)  with others unknown; Lalo Schifrin (comp,arr,cond).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Selmur)


THE BROTHERHOOD
The Creative Crowd
Mayfair Recording Studios; New York City (?): c. 1968
Unknown orchestra, voices. Arr (unknown).

a. The Taste of Love (Gimbel/Schifrin) -2:18
b. The Brotherhood Dance (The Dance We Didn't Dance)
    
(N. Gimbel/Traditional) - 1:59

Note: Dot DLP-25925 is not a soundtrack and in no way includes Lalo Schifrin's participation. The album includes only two themes adapted from the film Lalo Schifrin scored, THE BROTHERHOOD, for a studio group called "The Creative Crowd". The remaining pieces favor film themes by Italian composers and non-film themes co-written by lyricists Larry Kusik and Eddie Snyder, who were nominated for a Grammy award in 1969 for their song, "A Time For Us", with Nina Rota, which appears on Dot DLP-25925 as "Love Theme From Romeo & Juliet" and has since gone on to become a wedding song staple.

Issues: a-b on Dot DLP-25925 titled THEMES FROM THE PARAMOUNT MOTION PICTURE SCORE OF THE BROTHERHOOD AND OTHERS (as by The Creative Crowd).
Producer: Gerry Granahan
Engineer: Frank Abbey
Notes: Not Listed

Covers: "The Taste Of Love (From the Paramount Motion Picture 'The Brotherhood')" also performed by Lyn Roman (Dot 45-17203 [45]). This particular recording, which has never been issued on album, was also produced by the above album's producer, Gerry Granahan. Select issues of this single feature a picture sleeve showing the film's star, Kirk Douglas, with the little-known singer, Lyn Roman. This version of the song clocks in at 2 minutes and 34 seconds and was arranged by Artie Butler.


DREAM
THE MILLS BROTHERS
prob. Los Angeles, California: c. 1968-69

The Mills Brothers (vcl); George Tipton (arr, cond).

a. When When When (Steve Allen/Lalo Schifrin) - 1:56

Issues: a-b on Dot DLP-25927, Dot (E) SLPD-530.
Producer: Tom Mack


COOGAN'S BLUFF
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1968
Lalo Schifrin (cond, arr); Carol Kaye (el-b) plus others unknown.

Selections from Coogan's Bluff (Lalo Schifrin)
     a. Main Title
     b. Trouble in the Big City
     c. Love Theme
     d. Coogan Steps In
     e. Sunrise
     f. Motorcycle Chase
     g. End Title

"The Pigeon Toed Orange Peels" (musical group).

h. The Pigeon-Toed Orange Peel (Lalo Schifrin/Wally Holmes)
i. Everybody (Lalo Schifrin/Wally Holmes)

Issues: a also on Centurion CLP 1600 titled FILMUSIC (unauthorized). a-g on Temple TLP2001 (an unauthorized recording also including soundtrack music from Jerry Goldsmith's THE BIG COUNTRY, Jerome Moross's THE GENERAL WITH THE COCK-EYED ID and John Williams's THE COWBOYS, without Schifrin).


Dizzy Gillespie
Monterey Jazz Festival; Monterey, CA: September 22, 1968
Dizzy Gillespie (tp); James Moody (as,f); Lalo Schifrin (p); Paul West (b); Otis "Candy" Finch (d); Billy Eckstine (vcl).

a. Now's The Time

same, add Cal Tjader (vib); Armando Peraza (cga). 

b. Manteca

Issues: None.


MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
Lalo Schifrin

a. Mission: Impossible (from MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE) - 2:31

Los Angeles, California: October 23, 1968
Conte Candoli, Graham Young, John Audino, Bobby Bryant (tp); Lloyd Ulyate, Dick Nash, Milt Bernhart, George Roberts (tb); Bud Shank, Ronny Lang, Plas Johnson, John Lowe, Gene Cipriano (reeds); Mike Melvoin (p, el-p, org); Tommy Tedesco, Howard Roberts (g); Ray Brown (b); Carol Kaye (el-b); Larry Bunker, Ken Watson, Emil Richards, Francisco Aguabella (perc); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond); Dick Hazard, Milt Rogers (arr).

b. (23787) Mission Blues (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:47
c. (23788) More Mission (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:45
d. (23789) Affair in Madrid (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:31
e. (23790) The Chelsea Memorandum (aka Chelsea Chase) (Shorty Rogers) - 2:59

Los Angeles, California: October 26, 1968
Conte Candoli, Graham Young, John Audino, Bobby Bryant (tp, flhrn); Lloyd Ulyate, Dick Noel, Milt Bernhart, George Roberts (tb); Bud Shank, Ronnie Lang, Gene Cipriano, Plas Johnson, Jack Nimitz (reeds); Mike Melvoin (p, org); Tommy Tedesco, Howard Roberts (g); Carole Kaye (g, el-b); Max Bennet (b); Larry Bunker, Ken Watson, Emil Richards, Francisco Aguabella (perc); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond); Dick Hazard, Milt Rogers (arr).

f. (23791) Foul Play (Richard Hazard) - 2:29
g. (23792) Midnight Courier (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:25
h. (23793) Intrigue (aka International Intrigue) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30
i. (23794) Danube Incident (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:52

same, except Dick Nash (tb) replaces Dick Noel. 

j. (23796) Self Destruct (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:37
k. (23797) The Getaway (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:22

Note: A piece titled "Short's Stuff" from Harvey Mandel's 1969 album RIGHTEOUS (Philips 600 306), credited to Shorty Rogers, incorporates elements of Schifrin's identifiable "Mission Blues".

Issues: a-k on Paramount PAS-5002, Paramount (Ger) 1C  062-90 142, Paramount (Jap) VIM-7260, M&M (Jap) PAS-5002 [CD]. 
Singles: k & j on Paramount PAA-0001 [45]. c also on MCA (Fr) 258164-7 [45].
Samplers: b-k also on One Way MCAD-22122 [CD], One Way (Jap) MSIF2204 [CD] titled MISSION: ANTHOLOGY. b also on Sony 63405 [CD] titled LOUNGING AT THE NICK AT NITE CAFE. c, f, h, j & k also on MCA (Fr) 204 665 titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE / MANNIX / MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE. c, h, i & k also on RGE (Br) USLP-6254 titled ACTION. d also on Project 3 (E) PMLP 79549 titled FLY FILMS AND GROOVY MOVIES. e also on Hip-o HIPD-40121 [CD] titled MISSION ACCOMPLISHED TOO. j, c & h also on Hip-o HIPD-40021 [CD] titled MUSIC FROM MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE. j, h & k also on MCA 404 665. i also on Motor (Ger) 535 495-2 [CD] titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE…AND MORE!, Rhino R2 72913 [CD] titled CRIME JAZZ: MUSIC IN THE SECOND DEGREE, Groove Master (E) GRMLP01 titled GROOVE IS DAWING SLOWLY (sic) and Virgin TV (E) VTDCD427 [CD] titled SAMPLED VOLUME 3
Producer: Tom Mack
Engineer: John Neal
Notes: Harvey Siders

Samples: "Danube Incident" sampled by Heltah Skeltah for "Prowl" (Priority) and Portishead for "Sour Times" (Polygram).

Covers: "Mannix" also performed by Randy Waldman on UNREEL (Concord Jazz 4967 [CD]) and The Dave Shaw Ten on CANADA (Radio Canada International RCI-381).


BULLITT
Lalo Schifrin
Burbank, California: September 12, 13 & 19, 1968
unknown.

a. Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:47
b. Architect's Building (unused) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:28
c. Cantata For Combo (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:03
d. A Song For Cathy (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:02
e. Hotel Daniels (Radio Source) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:58
f. Room 26 (Radio Source) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:14
g. The Aftermath of Love (Radio Source) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:45
h. Dr. Willard (unused) (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:54
i. Ice Pick Mike (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:12
j. Quiet Morning (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:33
k. Music To Interrogate By (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:04
l. Just Coffee (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:25
m. Shifting Gears (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:15
n. On The Way To San Mateo (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:24
o. The First Snowfall (Webster/Burke) - 3:27
p. Ross (unused) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:27
q. Air Terminal - Main Lobby (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:32
r. End Credits (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:31
s. Bullitt (Demo) (unused) (Lalo Schifrin)

Hollywood, California: December 6, 1968
prob. inc. Bud Brisbois (tp); Milt Bernhart (tb); Plas Johnson (ts); Bud Shank (f); Mike Melvoin (p,org); Howard Roberts (g); Ray Brown (b); Carol Kaye, Bill Plummer (el-b); Larry Bunker (d) plus unknown strings; Lalo Schifrin Dick Hazard, George Del Barrio (arr).

t. (L16891) Bullitt (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:05
u. Room "26" (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:20
v. The Aftermath of Love (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:45
w. On the Way to San Mateo (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:30 
x. A Song for Cathy (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:10 
y. Shifting Gears (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:14
z. Cantata for Combo (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:00
aa. Bullitt (End Title) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:40

Hollywood, California: December 7, 1968
John Audino, Bud Brisbois, Tony Terran (tp, flhrn); Milt Bernhart, Dick Noel, Lloyd Ulyate, Lew McCreary (tb); Bud Shank, Ronnie Lang, Gene Cipriano, Bill Perkins, Jack Nimitz (reeds); Mike Melvoin (p, org); Howard Roberts, Bob Bain (g); Ray Brown (b); Max Bennett (el-b); Larry Bunker (d); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin Dick Hazard, George Del Barrio (arr).

ab. (L16895) The First Snowfall (Sonny Burke) - 3:00
ac. (L16896) Ice Pick Mike (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:00
ad. (L16897) Music to Interrogate By (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:47
ae. (L16898) Hotel Daniels (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:50

Note: (1) Titles t-ae are alternate versions of those heard in the film (re-recorded at the film producers' insistence for a more "pop" oriented soundtrack). Source of musicians listed: David Meeker, "Jazz in the Movies" (Plas Johnson identified by Schifrin, Bill Plummer identified by himself). (2) The jazz combo that performs Schifrin's "A Song For Kathy" in the film is said by singer Susanna Van Tassel to be her father's Bay area combo. The film's star, Steve McQueen, saw the group perform once and asked them to appear in the film. The group's music, however, is written by Lalo Schifrin and performed by the studio musicians listed above. (3) "A version of the "Bullitt" theme with lyrics titled "The Great Divide" was written by Schifrin with Norman Gimbel and performed by Joanie Sommers (Warner Bros. (Jap) BR-2185 [45]). (4) Tracks from BULLITT were licensed to CODEMASTERS for their 2008 videogame, HEI$T, an action game set in San Francisco in 1969.

Issues: a-ae on FSM Vol. 12 No. 17 [CD]. t-ae on Warner Bros.WS1777, Warner Bros. (Jap) P-10861W, WEA (Jap) WPCR 783 [CD], CD Club (Jap) SCC1015 [CD], Warner Bros (Ger) 9362 48085, WEA (E) 9362 45008-2 [CD], Warner Music France (Fr) 9362-48085-2 [CD]. 
Singles: t also on Warner Bros. 7263 [45]. t & ac also on Warner Bros. (Fr) WV 5117 [45].
Samplers: t also on Warner Bros. (E) WB 56 089 titled SOUNDTRACK!, Warner ESP (E)WESP002CDDJ [CD] titled LALO SCHIFRIN: BULLITT - INCLUDING REMIXES BY THE BLACK DOG and Hip-o HIPD40121 [CD] titled MISSION ACCOMPLISHED TOO, UK Dance (E) TTVCD-3037 [CD] titled THE CHILLOUT ALBUM: THE ESSENTIAL LATE NIGHT MIX, Telstar (E) TTVCD-3038 [CD] titled ESSENTIAL SOUNDTRACKS, Telstar (E) TTVCD-3086 [CD] titled SWITCHED ON: THE COOL SOUND OF TV ADVERTISING, Telstar (E) TTVCD-3306 [CD] titled THE ULTIMATE GANGSTER MOVIE SOUNDTRACK, Sony Music TV (E) STVCD107 [CD] titled SHAKEN NOT STIRRED, WEA (Fr) 0927407442 [CD] titled AGENTS SECRETS,  Esp (E) MIDCD041 [CD] titled ULTIMATE LATIN JAZZ: THE DEFINITIVE LATINO EXPERIENCE, Global TV (E) RADCD93 titled CLUB CULTURE EXPOSED!!, Virgin TV (E) VTDCDX306 [CD] titled THE BEST TV ADS...EVER!, Virgin (E) VTDCD38 [CD] titled FILM 2000 WITH JONATHON ROSS and Warner Bros. (E) WSMLP1651 titled SUPERBAD VOLUME ONE. t & w also on Motor (Ger) 535495-2 [CD] titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE…AND MORE! and Virgin (E) 7243 8 448 44896 25 [CD] titled THIS IS CULT FICTION ROYALE. t, w & x also on Warner Bros. K26120 titled GREAT WARNER BROS. ACTION MOVIES (1979). c also on BMG (Ger) 82876581522 [CD], BMG (Jap)
BVCZ-31014/5 [CD] titled HOTEL BYBLOS SAINT-TROPEZ SINCE 1967 VOLUME 2. f also on WEA (E) 0927-48790-2 [CD] titled MASTER TAPES 01. y also on Motor (Ger) 553 499-2 [CD] titled THE MAD, MAD WORLD OF SOUNDTRACKS. ae also on Warner Bros. K26122 titled GREAT WARNER BROS. LOVE THEMES (1979). 
Producer: Jimmy Hilliard
Engineer: Lee Herschberg
Notes: Quotes from Cue Magazine, The New York Times, Daily News, Post, WNEW-TV and Saturday Review (Warner Bros.WS1777). Nicolas Saada (Warner Music France (Fr) 9362-48085-2 [CD]).

Covers: "Theme from 'Bullitt'" also performed by Wilton Felder (World Pacific ST-20152), Fred Karlin (Varese VSD5723 [CD], VSD5639 [CD]) and Louis Jordan (Pzazz 023 [45]). "Bullitt (Film Version)" (not the version listed above) appears on Project 3 (E) PMLP (PMCD) 79549, a various-artists compilation titled FLY FILMS AND GROOVY MOVIES. "The Aftermath of Love" and "Room 26" also performed by Soulstance (Schema (it) SCEP 323). "Bullitt" and "Room 26" also performed by Sam Paglia (CINEDELIC (It) CNCD 0031 [CD]). 'Bullitt" and "The Aftermath Of love" also performed by The Dave Shaw Ten on CANADA (Radio Canada International RCI-381). "The Great Divide (Based on the Theme from the Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Film "Bullitt")" performed by Joanie Sommers (Warner Bros. (Jap) BR-2185 [45])."Suite From Bullitt" (includes "Bullitt Main Title (Movie Version)," "Shifting Gears" and "Bullitt (End Title)") also performed by The National Youth Jazz Orchestra (Silva Screen (E) FILMCD371 [CD]).

Samples: "Bullitt" sampled by the Black Dog (in three remixes) on Warner ESP (E)WESP002CDDJ [CD] titled LALO SCHIFRIN: BULLITT - INCLUDING REMIXES BY THE BLACK DOG. "Ice Pick Mike" sampled by Decoder for "Dissected" on Hard Leaders HLCD06 [CD] titled DISSECTION (thanks to Stephan Hacker).


GOOD VIBRATIONS 
Hugo Montenegro
Hollywood, California: 1969
Hugo Montenegro (arr,cond) and orchestra with unknown p, g, el-b (prob. Carol Kaye), d, perc, harp, strings and voices.

a. A Future Left Behind (Theme from "The Big Valley") (Schifrin/Perry) - 2:05

Note: Additional titles from RCA LSP-4104, RCA (Sp) 74321695052 [CD] without Lalo Schifrin.

Issues: a on RCA LSP-4104, RCA (Sp) 74321695052 [CD]
Producer: Joe Reisman
Engineer:
Notes: Mason Williams


CANONS FOR STRING QUARTET
Lalo Schifrin
Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Los Angeles, California: March 24, 1969
Los Angeles String Quartet with Douglas Davis (solo cello); Lalo Schifrin (cond).

Canons For String Quartet (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)
     a. Mirror Canon
     b. Canon of Densitie
     c. Canon of Sonorities
     d. Canon of Slightly Uniform Events
     e. Canonic Transformations of Attacks And Values
     f. Canon Ad Absurdum
     (plus 4 other canons, titles unknown)

Issues: None.


THE REIVERS
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Los Angeles: c. 1969

unknown

(unknown titles)

Note: Lalo Schifrin scored Mark Rydell's follow-up film to THE FOX, but the score was replaced by John Williams's Academy-Award nominated score (special thanks to Leonidas Kouvaris).

Issues: None.


"CHÉ!"
Lalo Schifrin
Los Angeles, California: May 7, 1969
Sheridon Stokes, Ronnie Lang, Bud Shank, Tom Scott (f); Dennis Budimer, Al Hendrickson, Bob Bain, Tommy Tedesco (g); Larry Bunker, Ken Watson (perc); Catherine Gotthoffer, Dorothy Remsen (harp); Kaskara (voice); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr).

a. Emboscada (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:10
b. Charangos (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:04
c. Ché (Solo Guitar Version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:17

Los Angeles, California: May 9, 1969
Sheridon Stokes, Tom Scott, Ted Nash, Justin Gordon (f); George Del Barrio (p, arr); Al Hendrickson, Bob Bain, Tommy Tedesco, Lalo Ruiz (g); Bill Plummer (b); Larry Bunker, Ken Watson, Francisco Aguabella, Orlando Lopez (perc); Erno Neufeld, David Frisina, Paul Shure, Marvin Limonick, Alexander Murray, George Mast, Nathan Kaproff, Bonnie Douglas, Anatol Kaminsky, Herman Clebanoff (vln); Myra Kestenbaum, Peter Mark, Allan Harshman, Milton Thomas (viola); Raphael Kramer, Edgar Lustgarten, Kurt Rener (cello); Dorothy Remsen, Catherine Gotthoffer (harp); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr).

d. Ché (Orchestra Version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:22

Lalo Schifrin (p).

e. Recuerdos (aka Agnus Dei) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:44 

same or similar.

f. La Columna (aka Theme From Ché) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:34
g. La Ruta (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:42

Los Angeles, California: May 30, 1969
Marcus Cabuto, Luis Gasca (tp); Jose Lazano (f); George Del Barrio (p, arr); Jose Gamboa, Lalo Ruiz (g); Humberto Cane (b); Julio Collazo, Francisco Aguabella, Mongo Santamaria (perc); Alfredo Ebat, Bobby Bruce (vln); Urban Thielman (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr). 

h. La Barraca (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:56
i. Anita (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:00
j. Fiesta Numero Dos (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:06
k. Fiesta Numero Uno (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:13
l. Tiempo Pasado (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:00

Note: The Tetragrammaton T-5006 version of "Emboscada" includes three appearances of a voice (Kaskara) not heard on Aleph 006 [CD] version. 

Issues: a-l on Tetragrammaton T-5006, AEI 3111, Polydor (E) 583 736, Polydor (Ger) 184 224, Polydor (Arg) 20372. 
Singles: d & a also on Polydor (Ger) 59 300 [45]. f & a also on Tetragrammaton T-1533 [45], Polydor (Can) 541.047 [45] and (?) Polygram (Fr) 420 471 [45]. 
Samplers: a-b & d-k also on Aleph 006 [CD] titled LALO PRESENTS "CHE!" FEATURING INTERNATIONAL SENSATION JUANJO DOMINGUEZ ON GUITAR: MUSIC FROM AND INSPIRED BY THE MOTION PICTURE "CHE!". f also on Polydor (E) 2682 003 titled POLYDOR PRESENTS STEREO PARTY.
Producer: Don Shain. Executive Producer: Roy Silver
Engineer: John Neal
Notes: Lalo Schifrin

Covers: "Che" also performed by Don Randi (Capitol ST-287). "Che," "La Columna," "La Ruta," "Fiesta Numero Dos," "Recuerdos" and "Fiesta Fumero Uno" covered by Jon Penn on MUSIC FROM THE FILM EASY RIDER FEATURING JON PENN (Windmill (E) 120).

Samples: "Anita" sampled by Big Pun for "100%" (from YEEEAH BABY (Sony)) and by Russell Gunn for "Del Rio" (from ETHNOMUSICOLOGY, VOL. 2 (Justin Time)).


VARIANTS ON A MADRIGAL OF GESUALDO
Lalo Schifrin
Ojai, California: May 23, 1969
Ojai Festival Chamber Orchestra; Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Variants On A Madrigal Of Gesualdo (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin) - app. 18:00

Note: Commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, based on Carlo Gesualdo's Madrigal Lo Pur Respiro. Scored for 4 woodwinds, 4 brasses, 4 percussion players, 1 harpsichord/piano/celesta player, 1 harp and string quartet.

Issues: None.


UMC  
(aka OPERATION HEARTBEAT)
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1969
Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

a. Theme From UMC (Lalo Schifrin)
b. UMC Rock Intro (Lalo Schifrin)
(other titles unknown)

Note: (1) Originally broadcast on CBS-TV on April 17, 1969. UMC (University Medical Center) was developed into the series MEDICAL CENTER. (2) John Douglas Eames' book THE MGM STORY indicates this film was released theatrically in 1971

Issues: None


IMPROVISATIONS FOR JAZZ SOLOISTS AND ORCHESTRA
Lalo Schifrin
Concord Music Festival; Concord, California: August 28, 1969
Gary Barone (tp); Tom Scott (sax,f); George Duke Trio (George Duke (p) poss. w. John Heard (b) and Dick Berk (d)) with the Oakland Symphony Orchestra; Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Improvisations For Jazz Soloists and Orchestra (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)

Issues: None.


DIALOGS FOR JAZZ QUINTET AND ORCHESTRA
Lalo Schifrin
Royce Hall at the University of California at Los Angeles: October 5, 1969
Gary Barone (tp); Tom Scott (sax,f); George Duke Trio (George Duke (p) poss. w. John Heard (b) and Dick Berk (d)) with the California Chamber Symphony; Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. Dialogs For Jazz Quintet And Orchestra (Premiere) (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: This piece was recorded by Cannonball Adderley in June 1970 on Capitol ST464.

Royce Hall at the University of California at Los Angeles: October 5, 1969
California Chamber Symphony; Jean-Luc Ponty (vln); Lalo Schifrin (piano, cond).

b. Renaissance (1964) (Lalo Schifrin)

Issues: None.


EYE OF THE CAT
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1969

Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Universal Pictures).


PUSSYCAT, PUSSYCAT, I LOVE YOU
Lalo Schifrin
Los Angeles: October 24, 1969
Don Randi, Joanne Grauer (key); David Cohen, Dennis Budimer (g); Buddy Clark (b); John Guerin (d, perc); Alan Estes (perc); Lalo Schifrin (arr).

Groove Into It (Lalo Schifrin/Gene Lees)

London, England: November 27, 28 & 29, 1969
Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond); Henry Shed (vcl).

a. Main Title: Groove Into It (Lalo Schifrin/Gene Lees) - 2:24

same, Henry Shed out.

b. Hydro-Therapy (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:51
c.
Stripper/Battle Of The Bulge Salon/Sauna Bath/Fernando/
     True Friends/Flavia
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:11
d.
(UAST 5946) Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You
     (aka
Millie (Record Version)) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:43
e.
Millie/Dr. Fahrquardt (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:25
f.
Le Accetiamo/Flashing Lights (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:13
g.
Fred's Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:26
h.
The Guru (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:58
i.
Tickling Bubbles (Lalo Schifrin)/What's New Pussycat?
     (Burt Bacharach) - 1:32
j.
Sneaky Fred/Sleepy Fred/Young And Active (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:41
k.
Theme For A Fierce Embrace (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:13
l.
Duplication/Spoiled Juvenile (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:53
m.
Pussycat Source (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:02
n.
Mission: Impossible/Angelica (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:58
o.
Too Little, Too Late/Grant Granite/The Unwritten Rule
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:24
p.
Top Down/White Convertible (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:23
q.
Fraulein Anna (Lalo Schifrin)/What's New Pussycat? (Burt Bacharach)/
     Out Of Gas
(Lalo Schifrin)/War Paint (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:24
r.
Ornella (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:11
s.
What's New Pussycat? (Burt Bacharach)/Indian Camp
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:06
t.
(UAST 5947) What's New Pussycat (Hal David/Burt Bacharach) - 1:50
u.
Coffee Break/False Fronts (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:10
v.
You Think Of Everything/Oh Perfidy (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:49
w.
Anvil (Il Trovatore) (Verdi) - 0:52
x.
Caccia/Slow Motion Chase (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:31
y.
Stagecoach Dance (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:38
z.
Cowboys And Indians Italian Style (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:46
aa.
Coo Coo Collision (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:47
ab.
Happily Ever After (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:57
ac.
Fred's Theme (Short Version) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:14
ad.
Holes (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:06
ae.
Avanti/Have Chickens Will Travel/Dirt Road a la Italiana
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:05
af.
Organ Medley (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:12

Note: (1) A soundtrack album was prepared in 1970 - but never issued. Contents as follows:

Side 1
- Groove Into It (a)
- The Guru (h)
- What’s New Pussycat? (i2)
- Fred’s Theme (g)
- Le Accetiamo (f1)
- Coffee Break (u1)
- Flashing Lights (f2)
- What’s New Pussycat? (s1)
Side 2
- Hydro-Therapy (b)
- Oh Perfidy (v2)
- Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You (d)
- Stagecoach Dance (y)
- Angelica (n2)
- Ornella (r)
- Pussycat Source (m)
- Cowboys and Indians (z)

(2) af contains the theme "You Ought To Be In Pictures" composed by Edward Heyman and Dana Suesse.

(3) The outline above corresponds to the presentation of music on Film Score Monthly FSM Box 3 [CD]. Quartet (Sp) QRSCE027 [CD] presents titles as such: The 1969 Unreleased Album (as listed in Note 1): a, h, i2, g, f1, u1, f2, s1, b, v2, d, y, n2, r, m, z. Bonus Tracks: c, e, i1, j, k, l, n1, o, p, q, s2, t, u2, v, w, x/aa, ab, s (mistitled "Hales," corresponding to ad), ad (credited as "Avanti/Have Chickens Will Travel/Dirt Road a la Italiana, corresponding to ae), af, ac.

(4) Quartet (Sp) QRSCE027 [CD] incorrectly attributes "Holes" as "Hales" but does not use this track here. The actual track credited as "Hales" is "What's New Pussycat/Indian Camp." Also, the track credited as "Avanti/Have Chickens Will Travel/Dirt Road a la Italiana" is "Holes." "Avanti/Have Chickens Will Travel/Dirt Road a la Italiana" is not heard on Quartet (Sp) QRSCE027 [CD]. Also "Coffee Break" appears here as "Coffe Break."

(5) Other titles on Film Score Monthly FSM Box 3 [CD] and Quartet (Sp) QRSCE027 [CD] without Lalo Schifrin.

Issues: a-ad & af on Quartet (Sp) QRSCE027 [CD] titled WHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT?/PUSSYCAT, PUSSYCAT I LOVE YOU (issued May 2011).
Singles
: a on Liberty 56154 [45], Liberty (E) 79190 [45]. d & t on United Artists UA50649 [45]. 
Compilations: a-af on Film Score Monthly FSM Box 3 [CD] titled THE MGM SOUNDTRACK TREASURY (issued 2008).

Producer: Dave Pell (United Artists UA50649 [45])
Engineer: John Richards
Notes: Lukas Kendall (Film Score Monthly FSM Box 3 [CD]: http://www.filmscoremonthly.com/notes/pussycat_pussycat_i_love_you.html). Randall D. Larson (Quartet (Sp) QRSCE027 [CD]).


GOLDEN ARCHIVE SERIES: LALO SCHIFRIN
Lalo Schifrin

Recorded: 1963 - 1968. 

a. Haunting
b. Once A Thief (from ONCE A THIEF)
c. The Cat (from ONCE A THIEF)
d. Return To Trieste (from ONCE A THIEF)
e. The Cincinnati Kid (from THE CINCINNATI KID)
f. Melba (from THE CINCINNATI KID)
g. Bikini Waltz (from THE LIQUIDATOR)
h. Iris (from THE LIQUIDATOR)
i. Venice After Dark
j. Sol Madrid (from SOL MADRID)

Note: MGM's Golden Archive Series compilations were issued during 1970. This particular collection was probably not issued due to the MEDICAL CENTER AND OTHER GREAT THEMES collection (below).

Issues: None (scheduled as MGM GAS-136).


MEDICAL CENTER AND OTHER GREAT THEMES
Composed And Conducted By Lalo Schifrin

Recorded: 1963-1970. Issued: 1970.

a. Theme From "Medical Center" (from MEDICAL CENTER) - 2:42
b. All For The Love Of Sunshine (from KELLY'S HEROES) - 2:50
c. Bikini Waltz (from THE LIQUIDATOR) - 2:20
d. Once A Thief (from ONCE A THIEF) - 2:57
e. Haunting - 2:23
f. Burning Bridges (from KELLY'S HEROES) - 2:12
g. Sol Madrid (from SOL MADRID) - 1:55
h. The Cincinnati Kid (from THE CINCINNATI KID) - 2:00
i. Venice After Dark (from THE VENETIAN AFFAIR) - 2:36
j. Kelly's Heroes (from KELLY'S HEROES) - 2:50

Issues: a-j on MGM SE-4742.


THE YOUNG LAWYERS
Lalo Schifrin
c. 1969

Lalo Schifrin, Leith Stevens, Kenyon Hopkins (comp).

a. Main Theme (Lalo Schifrin)
other titles unknown

Note: Pilot originally broadcast on ABC-TV on October 28, 1969. Series originally broadcast on ABC-TV from September 21, 1970, to May 5,1971 (with additional musical cues provided by Leith Stevens). Music supervision: Kenyon Hopkins (pilot).

Issues: None (Paramount).


PARAMOUNT TV THEME
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1970

Lalo Schifrin (comp).

a. Paramount TV Theme

Issues: None


WUSA
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1970
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Paramount Pictures).


THE MASK OF SHEBA (aka QUEST: MASK OF SHEBA)
Lalo Schifrin
Culver City, California: January 29, 1970

Lalo Schifrin (comp).

a. Main Title (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: Originally broadcast on NBC-TV's Monday Night At The Movies on March 9, 1970, and intended as a series, which never happened.

Issues: a on FSM Vol. 13 No. 2 [CD] titled THE CINCINNATI KID: LALO SCHIFRIN FILM SCORES VOL. 1 (1964-1968).
Notes: Lukas Kendall (FSM Vol. 13 No. 2 [CD]).


IMAGO
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1970
Los Angeles String Quartet composed, arranged and conducted by Lalo Schifrin.

(titles unknown)

Issues: None.


I LOVE MY WIFE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1970

Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Universal)


THE AQUARIANS (aka DEEP LAB)
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1970

Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Note: "The Aquarians," directed by Don McDougall and broadcast on October 24, 1970, was intended to be a television series, which never happened.

Issues: None.


KELLY'S HEROES
Lalo Schifrin
TTG Studios, Hollywood, California: April 21, 1970
Hank Williams, Jr. with orchestra arranged and conducted by Don Peake.

a. (70L1336) All For The Love of Sunshine  
     (Lalo Schifrin/Mike Curb/Harley Hatcher) - 3:49

prob. same or similar.

b. (70L1337) Ballad of the Moonshine

same or similar, The Mike Curb Congregation (vcl) replaces Hank Williams, Jr.  

c. (70L1338) Burning Bridges (Lalo Schifrin/Mike Curb) - 2:44

MGM Studios Scoring Stage, Hollywood, California: April 22, 23 and 24, 1970 (?)
Orchestra with Richard Hazard (orchestration).

d. Behind Enemy Lines (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:52
e. Kelly's Heroes (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:45
f. Big Joe / Gold Bar / Colonel Dankhopf (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:46

add Monique Aldebert (vcl).

g. Si Tu Me Dis (aka Living For You) (Lalo Schifrin/Gene Lees) - 3:36

Monique Aldebert out.

h. More Gold / Mulligan / A Piece Of The Action (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:38
i. Sherman Holiday Inn (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:54
j. Warriors On The Move (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:40
k. Burning Bridges (instrumental) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:43
l. Crapgame (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:57
m. Close Order Drill (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:34
n. Minefield (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:15
o. Ready For The Ambush (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:39
p. All For The Love Of Sunshine (instrumental) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:17
q. Clairmont Waltz (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:43
r. Commando Prelude, Opus I-V (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:24
s. Tiger Tank/More Tiger (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:59
t. Quick Draw Kelly (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:54
u. Covered Boxes (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:52
v. End Credits (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:32
w. All For The Love Of Sunshine (alt.) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:34

Hollywood, California: June 1, 1970
Maurice Harris (tp); Lloyd Ulyate, Dick Nash, Dick Noel, George Roberts (tb); Vincent De Rosa, David Duke, Bill Hinshaw (frhrn); Ronnie Lang, Bud Shank (woodwinds); John Ellis (oboe); Tommy Morgan (hca); Ralph Grierson (p); Carl Fortina (accordion); Tommy Tedesco, Howard Roberts, Bob Bain, Alton Hendrickson (g); Ray Brown (b); Emil Richards, Larry Bunker, Joe Porcaro (perc); Israel Baker (concert master); David Frisina, Anatol Kaminsky, Sam Freed, Marvin Limonick, Alexander Murray, Herman Clebanoff, Thelma Beach, Irma Neumann, James Getzoff, Dorothy Wade, Joseph Stepansky (vln); Dan Neufeld, Myra Kestenbaum, Robert Ostrowsky, Joseph Di Fiore (viola); Gloria Strassner, Edgar Lustgarten, Armand Kaproff, Justin Di Tullio (cello); Robert Helfer (orchestra mgr); H.B. Barnum, Dick Hazard (arr); Lalo Schifrin (leader).

x. (70L1391) Quick Draw Kelly (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:12
y. (70L1392) Clairmont Waltz (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:15
z. (70L1393) All For The Love of Sunshine (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:50
aa. (70L1394) Si Tu Me Dis (aka Living For You) (Lalo Schifrin/Gene Lees)

Hollywood, California: June 3 and/or 11 and 12, 1970 (?)
Lalo Schifrin, David Axelrod (arr) with the MGM Studio Orchestra.

ab. (70L1395) I've Been Working on the Railroad (Public Domain) - 3:43
ac. (70L1396) Battle Hymn of the Republic (Public Domain) - 2:58

same or similar, David Axelrod out.

ad. (70L1397) Burning Bridges (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:10
ae. (70L1398) Kelly's Heroes (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:52
af. (70L1405) Tiger Tank (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:58
ag. (70L1406) Commando Opus (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:37

Note: (1) "Behind Enemy Lines" (d), "Kelly's Heroes" (e), "Big Joe" (f), "Colonel Dankhopf" (f), "Crapgame" (l) and "End Credits" (v) not used in the finished film. (2) It's likely that the April and June recordings of "Si Tu me Dis" (aka Living For You), "Tiger Tank" and "Quick Draw Kelly" are the same with editing or overdubbing taking place on the later date. (3) "Commando Opus" (m) is edited from the second and third portions of the full-length "Commando Prelude, Opus I-V" (ag). (4) Lalo Schifrin indicates in the liner notes to FSM Vol 7 No. 20 [CD] that the Hank Williams, Jr. song(s) (a & b) were recorded at Muscle Shoals, Alabama. (5) Michel Ruppli's MGM discography lists all titles from MGM 1SE-23ST as recorded on June 12, 1970. (6) While it had been rumored that David Axelrod participated on these sessions, as published in the Feb/Mar 2006 issue of Wax Poetics, Lalo Schifrin has confirmed to this discographer that Mr. Axelrod participated on the above two titles only.

Issues: a, c-z & ab-af on FSM Vol. 7 No . 20 [CD]. a, c, x, y, z & ab-ag on MGM 1SE-23ST, MGM (E) 2354 160, MGM (E) 2315019 A. a, c, x, y, z & ab-ag also on Chapter III CHA-1000-2 [CD] titled KELLY'S HEROES & CINCINATTI KID (sic).
Singles: a & b also on MGM K14152 [45]. a & ae(?) also on MGM (It) MG 70.042 [45]. a (b/w "Theme From Medical Center" from MEDICAL CENTER) also on Verve VK-10659 [45]. c & ae also on MGM K-14153 [45], MGM (Fr) 2000 011 [45], MGM (Sp) 20 06 011 [45]. c also on MGM K14151 [45].
Samplers: a also on MGM KGC-209, MGM SE4750, MGM SE4822, MGM SE4920, MGM MG1-5020, Mercury 314 517 320-2 [CD] titled LIVING PROOF: THE MGM RECORDINGS 1963-1975 (as by Hank Williams, Jr.), Curb 77418 [CD] titled BEST OF HANK WILLIAMS, JR., Curb D2-77493 [CD] titled CLASSIC COUNTRY DUETS (as by Hank Williams Jr./Mike Curb Congregation) and Curb 77944 [CD] titled THE COMPLETE HANK WILLIAMS JR.. a & c also on Curb D2-77443 [CD] titled MIKE CURB CONGREGATION GREATEST HITS. c also on MGM SE-4761, CoBurt CO-1004 titled BURNING BRIDGES AND OTHER GREAT MOTION PICTURE THEMES (as by the Mike Curb Congregation), CoBurt CO-1003 titled SWEET GINGERBREAD MAN (as by the Mike Curb Congreation), MGM SE4804 titled THE MIKE CURB CONGREGATION SING THEIR HITS FROM THE GLEN CAMPBELL SHOW (as by the Mike Curb Congregation), Rhino R2-70925 [CD] titled SUPER HITS OF THE '70s: HAVE A NICE DAY VOLUME 5 and Curb D2-77317 [CD] titled 70s HITS: GREAT RECORDS OF THE DECADE VOLUME 1. x also on Sony Music Special Products AK 47705 [CD] titled HANG 'EM HIGH/GUNS FOR SAN SEBASTIAN. z, ad & ae also on MGM SE-4742 titled MEDICAL CENTER AND OTHER GREAT THEMES COMPOSED AND CONDUCTED BY LALO SCHIFRIN. z also on Verve VK-10659 [45] and Hip-O HIPD40127 [CD] is titled THE REEL LALO SCHIFRIN. ad also on MGM (E) 2353092 titled MORE GREAT MGM FILM THEMES. af also on Warner Bros. 0-9362-49744-4-4 [CD] titled INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS.  
Producer: Mike Curb and Jesse Kaye
Engineer: Angel Balestier and John Stachowiak

Covers: "Burning Bridges" also performed by Clint Eastwood (Certron 10010 [45]), Donny Osmond (MGM SE-4782), The Mike Morton Combination (Plexium PXM19), Putney Bridge (Chapter 1 (E) CH 135 [45]) and Paul Mauriat and his Orchestra (Philips PHS 600-352). "All For The Love Of Sunshine" also performed by Solomon Burke (MGM K 14185 [45]) and The Sycamore Street Singers (Ampersand 477 1206).


EXPERIENCE /TENSITY /DIALOGUES
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet & Orchestra
Los Angeles: June 1970
Nat Adderley (tp); Cannonball Adderley (as,sop); Joe Zawinul (el-p); Walter Booker (b); Roy McCurdy (d) with Ray Brown, Al McKibbon, Gary Coleman and other members of unidentified orchestra; William Fischer (cond). 

a. Experience in E (William Fischer/Joe Zawinul) - 20:00
b. Tensity (David Axelrod) -12:38

same or similar, except Lalo Schifrin (cond) replaces William Fischer. 

c. Dialogues for Jazz Quintet and Orchestra (Lalo Schifrin) - 12:39

Note: The end of "Dialogues for Jazz Quintet and Orchestra" includes a portion of Schifrin's "New Orleans Procession" (from THE CINCINNATI KID).

Issues: a-c on Capitol ST-484. 
Samplers: b also on Stateside (E) 5099920850128 [CD] titled WALK TALL: THE DAVID AXELROD YEARS and Stateside (E) 537842 [CD] titled ANTHOLOGY II: THE RECORDINGS, ARRANGEMENTS AND PRODUCTIONS (as by David Axelrod).
Producer: David Axelrod


MEDICAL CENTER
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: September 18, 1970
Paul Hubinon, Oliver Mitchell (tp); Dick Nash, Ken Shroyer (tb); Jim Horn, Gene Cipriano (sax); Mike Melvoin (p); Paul Beaver (synth); Ralph Grierson (key); Dennis Budimer, Tommy Tedesco (g); Ray Pohlman (b); Bobbye Porter (cga); Frank Guerrero (timbales); Sandra Crouch (tamb); Ken Watson (Latin perc); Benjamin Barrett (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (comp,p,arr,cond).

a. (70-L-1711) Theme from "Medical Center" (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:42 
b. (70-L-1712) Spill The Wine (War) - 3:05

Muscle Shoals: March 23, 1971
as above from September 18, 1970, "revised" with new el-g, rhythm g, fuzz b, d, maracas overdubbed.

c. (70-L-1711-REV.) Theme from "Medical Center" (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:20 

Note: (1) Originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 24, 1969, to September 6, 1976 (additional cues by George Romanus, Philip Springer, John Parker). (2) The above theme (a) was introduced during the second season and used as the opening credit sequence theme thereafter. During the first season, Schifrin composed an entirely different theme, heard during the pilot episode and during the end titles (there was no music during the first season's opening credits). (3) The episode airing February 9, 1972, titled "The Choice," was intended as a pilot for a television series scored by Schifrin called DOCTOR GRAINGER, which never happened.

Issues: a & b on MGM K14180 [45], MGM KCG222 [45]. c (b/w "All For The Love of Sunshine" from KELLY'S HEROES) on Verve VK10659 [45].
Samplers: a also on MGM SE4742 titled MEDICAL CENTER AND OTHER GREAT THEMES COMPOSED AND CONDUCTED BY LALO SCHIFRIN, TeeVee Toons TVT1200CD [CD] titled TELEVISION'S GREATEST HITS VOLUME II, Motor (Ger) 535495-2 [CD] titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE…AND MORE! and FSM Vol. 13 No. 2 [CD] titled THE CINCINNATI KID: LALO SCHIFRIN FILM SCORES VOL. 1 (1964-1968). c also on
Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692071, Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692072 [CD] titled MOST WANTED - 1968-1979.  
Producer: Jesse Kaye
Notes: Lukas Kendall (FSM Vol. 13 No. 2 [CD]).


THX 1138
Lalo Schifrin
Burbank, California: October 15 and 16, 1970
Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond) with 50-piece orchestra including 20 vln, 8 viola, 8 cello, 6 bass, 2 woodwinds, 3 keyboards, 3 percussion.

a. Logo (not used) (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:08 
b. Main Title/What's Wrong? (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:13
c. Room Tone/Primitive Dance (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:45
d. Be Happy/LUH/Society Montage (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:05
e. Be Happy Again (Jingle of the Future) (not used) (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:56
f. Source #1 (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:17
g. Loneliness Sequence (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:27
h. SEN/Monks/LUH Reprise (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:43
i. You Have Nowhere To Go (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:10
j. Torture Sequence/Prison Talk Sequence (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:41
k. Love Dream/The Awakening (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:46
l. First Escape (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:01
m. Source #3 (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:33
n. Second Escape (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:14
o. Source #4/Third Escape/Morgue Sequence/The Temple/Disruption/LUH's Death
    
(Lalo Schifrin) - 8:29
p. Source #2 (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:16
q. The Hologram (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:54
r. First Chase/Foot Chase/St. Matthew Passion (End Credits)
    
(Lalo Schifrin/J.S. Bach) - 7:40

Issues: a-r on FSM CD Vol. 6 No. 4 [CD].
Samplers: b (2:13 edit titled "Main Title Great Impersonation" as by Heinz Roemheld/"THX 1138 (Main Title)" as by Lalo Schifrin) also on Rhino R2 75287 [CD] titled WARNER BROS.: 75 YEARS OF FILM MUSIC: ENTERTAINING THE WORLD.
Producer: Dan Wallin. Lukas Kendall (FSM CD Vol. 6 No. 4 [CD]).
Notes: Jeff Bond, Lukas Kendall


GRABADO EN VIVO!!
Lalo Schifrin en Buenos Aires
Live in Buenos Aires: October 29, 1970
Lalo Schifrin (p); Horacio Malvicino (g); Alfredo Remus (b); Pichi Mazzei (d).

a. Bullet (sic) (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:40
b. Blues for Johann Sebastian (Lalo Schifrin) - 10:50
c. Mannix (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:10
d. Con Alma (Dizzy Gillespie) - 8:00
e. Manteca (Dizzy Gillespie) - 8:34
f. The Cat (Lalo Schifrin) - 7:04

Issues: a-f on RCA Victor (Arg) AVS-4096.
Producer: Alvin Bart
Notes: Emilio A. Stevanovitch


PULSATIONS FOR ELECTRONIC KEYBOARD, JAZZ BAND AND ORCHESTRA
Lalo Schifrin
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at the Music Center; Los Angeles, California: January 21, 22 and 24, 1971
Conte Candoli, Bobby Bryant, Gary Barone, Tony Terran (tp); J.J. Johnson, Benny Powell, Tom McIntosh, Craig Kupo (or Kupka) (tb); Bud Shank, Tom Scott (as); Don Menza, Tony Ortega (ts); Jack Nimitz (bs); Lalo Schifrin (Yamaha Electone EX-42); Howard Roberts (g); Ray Brown (b); Larry Bunker (d); Emil Richards (vib); Los Angeles Philharmonic; Zubin Mehta (cond).

a. Pulsations For Electronic Keyboard, Jazz Band and Orchestra (Premiere) 
(Lalo Schifrin)

Note: (1) Commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Program also included performances of Bizet's Symphony in C and Hindemith's Cello Concerto No. 2. Performed on three occasions. (2) In an interview included in the program to the above performance, Schifrin names musicians not listed in the 1971 Down Beat review of the January 21 performance: Ray Trascari (tp); Richard Leith (tb) 

Issues: None.


PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW
Lalo Schifrin
MGM Scoring Stage, Culver, California: February 18 and 19, 1971
Gary Barone, Bobby Bryant, Tony Terran (tp); Dick Hyde, Dick Nash, Richard Noel, Benny Powell  (tb); John T. "Tommy" Johnson  (tu); Vincent N. DeRosa, William A. Hinshaw, Richard E. Perissi (frhrn); Gene Cipriano, Buddy Collette, Dominick Fera, Plas Johnson, John J. Kelson, Ronny Lang, Ted Nash, Jack Nimitz (sax); Ralph E. Grierson, Artie Kane, Lincoln Mayorga (p); Donald G. Peake, Howard Roberts, Tommy Tedesco, David T. Walker (g); Max Bennett, Ray Brown (b); Israel Baker, Harry Bluestone, Bonnie J. Douglas (Shure), Assa Drori, James Getzoff, William Hymanson, Anatol Kaminsky, Jacob Krachmalnick, Carl LaMagna, Joseph Livoti, Erno Neufeld, Stanley Plummer, Henry L. Roth, Ralph Schaeffer, Jack Shulman, Paul C. Shure (vln);  Myra Kestenbaum, Virginia Majewski, Dan Lionel Neufeld, Gareth D. Nuttycombe, David Schwartz, Milton Thomas (viola); Jesse Ehrlich, Armand Kaproff, Raphael "Ray" Kramer, Nathaniel K. Rosen (cello); Dorothy Remsen (harp); John Guerin, Jerry Williams (d);  Jack Arnold, Joe Porcaro, Emil Richards (perc); Benjamin Bennett (orchestra manager); Richard Hazard (orchestration); Lalo Schifrin (leader, orchestration, conductor).

a. Ponce / Ponce (alternate) / Chilly Winds (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:00
b. Campus Pop Source (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:36
c. Jean / Chilly Winds / Chilly Winds (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:22
d. Tiger Source (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:19
e. Tiger Source - Continued (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:30
f. Check Your Queen (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:29
g. Yvonne / The Other Tiger / Lecture on Love (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:16
h. Radio Source No. 1 (aka Latin Slide) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:16
i. Miss Smith's Apartment (Source No. 1) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:05
j. Miss Smith's Apartment (Source No. 2) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:30
k. Radio Source No. 2 (aka Tract) - 3:29
l. Is He Gone? / So Long, Honey / Chilly Winds (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:12
m. Tiger Fini / In Memoriam (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:24

John Bahler (vcl), Tom Bahler, Ron Hicklin.

o. Chilly Winds (Main Title, alternate) (not used) -2:56

nine-piece band and six male singers.

p. Chilly Winds (End Title, alternate) (not used) - 1:54

Fame Recording Studios: c. April 1971
The Osmonds (vcl) with others unknown.

q. (71-L-2170) Chilly Winds (Lalo Schifrin/Mike Curb) - 2:54 
r. Chilly Winds (End Title) (Lalo Schifrin/Mike Curb) - 3:15

Note: "Radio Source No. 1," which is heard briefly as a source cue on a car radio during the film, is also known as "Latin Slide," performed by Schifrin on LA CLAVE. "Radio Source No. 2" is also known as "Tract," performed by Schifrin on ROCK REQUIEM.

Issues: a-r on FSM Vol. 14, No. 11 [CD] (issued June 2011).
Singles: q
on MGM K14259 [45], MGM (Ger) 2006 058 [45].
Samplers:
q also on MGM SE4770-X, MGM (Ger) 2315 050 titled HOMEMADE (as by the Osmonds) and Curb D2-77955 [CD] titled THE ALL-TIME GREATEST HITS OF THE OSMOND FAMILY.
Producer: Lukas Kendall (a-r). Rick Hall (q-r).
Notes: Jeff Bond and Alexander Kaplan


ACTION
Lalo Schifrin

Recorded: 1966-1968. Issued: 1971.

a. Beyond The Shadow Of Today (from MANNIX)
b. Danube Incident (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE)
c. The Getaway (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
d. Warning: Live Blueberries (from MANNIX)
e. Intrigue (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
f. The Girl Who Came With The Tide (from MANNIX)
g. The End Of The Rainbow (from MANNIX)
h. More Mission (from MORE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
i. The Shadow (from MANNIX)
j. Turn Every Stone (from MANNIX)

Note: Album title also known as LALO IN ACTION.

Issues: a-j on RGE (Br) USLP-6254.


MRS. POLLIFAX -- SPY
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1971

Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (United Artists)


THE HELLSTROM CHRONICLE
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: April 15, 29 and 30 and May 5, 1971
Emil Richards (perc) and others inc. keyboards, percussion and a 53-piece orchestra. Lalo Schifrin (cond).

a. The Hellstrom Chronicle (Life Evolves) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:25
b. Primeval Beginnings And The Deadly Traps (Lalo Schifrin) - 9:02
c. Horror Montage And The Harvester Ant Community (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:28
d. Metamorphosis (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:13
e. The Termite World (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:40
f. African Drums, Moths And Communication (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:38
g. The Acts Of Love (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:27
h. Bees, Wasps And Mayflies (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:57
i. Rampage Of The Driver Ants (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:13
j. The Hellstrom Chronicle (Finale) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:19 

Note: Film won an Oscar Award in 1972 for Best Documentary, Features. Also, Schifrin is featured during the recording of THE HELLSTROM CHRONICLE at Emil Richard's studio in the 1973 documentary film, THE SCORE.

Issues: a-j on Aleph 029 [CD].
Producer: Lalo Schifrin and Nick Redman. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin
Notes: Nick Redman, Jon Burlingame.


ESCAPE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1971

Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on the ABC-TV Movie of the Week on April 6, 1971.

Issues: None (Paramount).


ROCK REQUIEM
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: May 17, 1971
Buddy Childers, Ray Triscari, Bud Brisbois (tp); Lew McCreary, Richard Noel, James Henderson, Ken Shroyer (tb); George Price, Bill Hinshaw, Henry Sigismonti (frhrn); Roger Bobo (tu); Tom Scott (f, sax); John Ellis, William Criss (oboe); Donald Christlieb, Jack Marsh (bassoon); Larry Muhoberac (p); Larry Knetchel (org); Louis Shelton, Howard Roberts (g); Max Bennett (b); Ronald Tutt (d); Larry Bunker (tympani); King Errison (cga); Sandra Crouch (tambourine); Joe Porcaro, Emil Richards (perc); Benjamin Barrett (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).
overdubbed later
Alexander Saint Charles [pseudonym of Benard Ighner] (voice); The Mike Curb Congregation (chorus).

a. (71L2468) Introit (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:57
b. (71L2469) Sanctus Benedictus (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:40

Hollywood, California: May 18, 1971
Bud Brisbois, Ray Triscari, Buddy Childers (tp); Milt Bernhart, Richard Noel, James Henderson, Ken Shroyer (tb); David Duke, Bill Hinshaw, Henry Sigismonti (frhrn); John Johnson (tu); Tom Scott (f); John Ellis, William Criss (oboe); Donald Christlieb, Jack Marsh (bassoon); Larry Muhoberac (p); Larry Knetchel (org); Howard Roberts, Dennis Budimer (g); Max Bennett (b); Ronald Tutt (d); King Errison (cga); Emil Richards, Larry Bunker (perc); Benjamin Barrett (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).
overdubbed later
Alexander Saint Charles (voice); The Mike Curb Congregation (chorus).

c. (71L2465) The Procession (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:18
d. (71L2466) Agnus Dei (aka Recuerdos) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:20
e. (71L2467) Tract (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:40

Hollywood, California: May 19, 1971
same or similar.

f. (71L2472) Offertory Verse (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:27
g. (71L2473) Gradual (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:23
h. (71L2474) Kyrie Eleison (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:47
i. (71L2475) Final Prayer (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:00

Note: (1) Complete title of Verve V6-8801 is ROCK REQUIEM: FOR THE DEAD IN THE SOUTHEAST ASIA WAR COMPOSED, ARRANGED AND CONDUCTED BY LALO SCHIFRIN WITH THE MIKE CURB CONGREGATION (CHORUS), ALEXANDER SAINT CHARLES (SOLO VOICE) AND INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE. (2) The "Tract" is based on a theme Schifrin created for "New Orleans Procession" (from THE CINCINNATI KID).

Issues: a-i on Verve V6-8801, Verve (Ger) 2304 051. 
Singles: d & b also on Verve VK-10663 [45]. 
Samplers: b also on MGM PRO-904 titled EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT...BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK. d also on
Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692071, Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692072 [CD] titled MOST WANTED - 1968-1979 and Verve (Ger) 06007 5307418 [CD] titled MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE AND OTHER THRILLING THEMES.
Producer: Lalo Schifrin
Engineer: Steve Hodge


DIRTY HARRY
Lalo Schifrin
Burbank, California: October 4, 1971
Gary Barone (tp); Craig Kupka (tb); Vincent De Rosa (frhrn); Tom Scott, Tony Ortega, Plas Johnson, Jerome Richardson (woodwinds); Mike Lang, Ralph Grierson, Mike Melvoin (key); Howard Roberts, Dennis Budimer, Michael Deasey (g); Ray Brown (b); Max Bennett (el-b); Larry Bunker (d); Emil Richards, John Guerin, Ken Watson, Joe Porcaro (perc); Sally Stevens (vcl); Israel Baker, David Frisina, Dorothy Wade, Paul Shure, Bonnie Douglas, Alfred Lustgarten, Jerome Reisler, George Kast, Joseph Livoti, Alex Beller, Herman Clebanoff, Samuel Cytron (vln); Milton Thomas, Virginia Majewski, Joe Reilich, Philip Goldberg (viola); Raphael Kramer, Armand Kaproff, Emmet Sergeant, Kurt Reher (cello); Catherine Gotthoffer (harp); Bill Williams, Dan Franklin (copyist); Kurt Wolff (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

a. Prologue/The Swimming Pool (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:31
    
(includes O God Our Help In Ages Past and Scorpio's View)
b. Main Title (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:29
     (aka Dirty Harry and Dirty Harry's Creed)
c. Harry's Hot Dog (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:00

same or similar, "Bernard Ito" [Benard Ighner?] (vcl).

d. No More Lies, Girl (Lalo Schifrin/Donna Schifrin) - 2:43

same or similar, Sally Stevens (vcl).

e. Scorpio's View (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:37
     (with 0:57 edit of Scorpio Takes The Bait as Scorpio and Scorpio's Theme)

same or similar.

f. Red Light District (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:58
     (includes Small World and nocturnal jazz cue)
g. Scorpio Takes The Bait (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:30
     (includes 0:48 edit titled The Bait and 0:57 edit coupled
     with Scorpio's View as Scorpio and Scorpio's Theme)
h. The Cross (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:49
i. Goodbye, Callahan (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:46
     (includes 1:27 edit titled Good-bye Cop)
j. The Stadium Grounds (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:34
k. Floodlights (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:34
l. Dawn Discovery (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:01
m. Off Duty (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:15
n. The Strip Club ("Go With It") (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:46
o. Liquor Store Holdup (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:21
     (aka Another Victim)
p. City Hall (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:19
     (with End Titles also known as The Mayor - 2:24)
q. The School Bus (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:04
r. End Titles (Lalo Schifrin) -1:21
     (with City Hall also known as The Mayor - 2:24)
s. Floodlights (Take 1) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:43
t. City Hall (Alternate) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:24
u. The School Bus (Alternate) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:06
v. The Swimming Pool (Original Version)/Scorpio's View
     (Parts 2 and 3 - Alternate Vocal Take)
(Lalo Schifrin) - 1:41

Note: According to Lalo Schifrin, Larry Bunker and John Guerin played drums simultaneously together (although Schifrin indicates Mel Lewis, not Larry Bunker, is the second drummer during the interview contained in Warner Music France (Fr) 8573-87357-2 [CD]). 

Issues: a-v on Aleph 030 [CD] (issued June 2004), Video Arts Music (Jap) VACM-1253 [CD], Video Arts Music (Jap) VACM-1326 [CD].
Samplers: a + b (as "Dirty Harry Main Title (Opening Sequence)") on Rhino R2 75287 [CD] titled WARNER BROS.: 75 YEARS OF FILM MUSIC: ENTERTAINING THE WORLD. b on Warner Bros. (E) WB 56 089 titled SOUNDTRACK!. b + dialog on Project 3 (E) PMLP (PMCD) 79549 titled FLY FILMS AND GROOVY MOVIES. b (edit) + dialogue (as "Dirty Harry's Creed") also on Hip-O HIPD40127 [CD] titled THE REEL LALO SCHIFRIN and Warner Bros. (Eu) 48060 [CD] titled MUSIC FOR THE MOVIES OF CLINT EASTWOOD. b (edit) + dialogue (as "Dirty Harry's Creed"), e + g (edit) (as "Scorpio's Theme"), g (0:48 edit) (as "The Bait"), i (as "Good-bye Cop"), k, o (as "Another Victim") & p + r (as "The Mayor") on d-j on Aleph 003 [CD], Simply Vinyl (E) SVLP82 and Simply Vinyl (E) S125030 titled DIRTY HARRY ANTHOLOGY and Warner Music France (Fr) 8573-87357-2 [CD] titled DIRTY HARRY. b (edit) + dialogue (as "Dirty Harry's Creed"), e + g (edit) (as "Scorpio") 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 -
¡ Y LO MEJOR DE HARRY EL SUCIO!. b (edit) (as "Harry's Creed"), e + g (edit) (as "Scorpio's Theme"), g (0:48 edit) (as "The Bait"), i (as "Goodbye Cop"), k, o (as "Another Victim") & p + r (as "The Mayor") also on Magnum Music (Ger) SFPD-19711988 [CD] titled THE DEAD POOL: THE ULTIMATE DIRTY HARRY COLLECTION. e + g (edit) (as "Scorpio") also on Ultimate Dilemma (E) UDRCD021 [CD] titled BADMEANINGGOOD VOL. 4 - SCRATCH PERVERTS.
Producer: Nick Redman and Lalo Schifrin. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin.
Notes: Nick Redman

Covers: "Theme From Dirty Harry" also performed by the Ensemble Petit & Screen Land Orchestra on SCREEN MUSIC WIDE SPECIAL (CBS (Jap) SOLH-1), The London Theatre Orchestra (Emporio (E) EMPRCD691 [CD]) and the James Taylor Quartet (Acid Jazz/Hollywood AJ-68054-2). "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]).


THE PARTNERS
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: 1971
Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on NBC-TV from September 18, 1971, to January 8, 1972

Issues: None.


THE BEGUILED
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1971
Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Universal Pictures)


EARTH II
Lalo Schifrin
Culver City, California: March 16 and 18, 1971

Lalo Schifrin (orchestrations) plus 35-piece orchestra.

a. A New Hope/Earth II Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:33
b. Matt I & Matt II/Confirmation Received (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:00
c. Space Tug/The Bomb's Photograph (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:00
d. Transition/Palais de Justice/Lisa's Opinion (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:30
e. Bad News/Locked/Dramatic Act End (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:47
f. Controls on Target/With a Screwdriver?/ Burn Baby
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 9:50
g. On The Way Back/Snoopy Karger/Just Alive/I'll Beat You Again
     (Lalo Schifrin)  3:34
h. Deep Thought/Trance Like/Lisa's Idea/Lisa's Solution
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:26
i. What Have You Done?/Worried Karger/Shuttle I (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:35
j. Dr. Huxley/Shuttle Ending/Clear For Ignition/Lisa Karger
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:33
k. Kovalefskii's Death/Tamper Destruct Strategy/Time Running Out/
     Operation Defuse
(Lalo schifrin) - 10:10
l. Tense Agony (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:41
m. No Weapons (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:38
n. End Credits (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:12

Note: Originally broadcast on ABC-TV on November 28, 1971.

Issues: a-n on FSM Vol. 13 No. 13 [CD] titled TV OMNIBUS: VOLUME ONE (1962-1976). a on FSM Vol. 13 No. 2 [CD] titled THE CINCINNATI KID: LALO SCHIFRIN FILM SCORES VOL. 1 (1964-1968).
Notes: Lukas Kendall (FSM Vol. 13 No. 2 [CD]).


THE CHRISTIAN LICORICE STORE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1971 (filmed in 1969)

Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (National General Pictures).


WELCOME HOME, JOHNNY BRISTOL
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1971

Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on TV on January 30, 1972.

Issues: None.


THE WRATH OF GOD
Lalo Schifrin
Culver City, California: November 1, 1971 and May 24 and 25, 1972

Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond) with Ken Watson (cimbalom) and others unknown.

a. Mascaras (Masks) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:59
b. The Wrath Of God (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:49
c. Músicos (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:31
d. Chela/Tacho (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:07
e. El Viaje (The Journey)/Cordona (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:26
f. Capturados/Presidio (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:53
g. San Rafael de los Mineros (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:51
h. Nacho (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:58
i. Jurado (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:00
j. Mojada (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:54
k. Sra. Dolores (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:14
l. Plegaria (Prayer) (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:58
m. I Wish A Lot Of Things (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:24
n. La Confesión (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:53
o. Guaracha/Bolero (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:19
p. Emmet (Lalo Schifrin) -  1:14
q. La Iglesia (The Church) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:00
r. El Emisario (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:20
s. Pablito/Guitarra/Padre Van Horne (Lalo Schifrin) -  5:30
t. Jennings/El Ataque/La Cruz (Lalo Schifrin) - 8:58
u. Campanas (Lalo Schifrin) - 0:32
v. Mojada (pre-recording) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:09
w. Emmet's Song (traditional)/Adiós (Lalo Schifrin)/
     We Like To Kill Each Other
(Lalo Schifrin)/Funeral March (Chopin) -1:29

Issues:  a-w on FSM Vol. 10, No. 2 [CD]
Producer: Lukas Kendall
Notes: Jeff Bond and Lukas Kendall


TO BE FREE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1972

Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Issues: None.


JONATHAN WILD
Lalo Schifrin/Gene Lees
c. 1972

Gene Lees (book); Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(unknown titles)

Note: This Broadway musical was intended to be presented at the Kennedy Center, New York City in 1972. However, due to conflicts about rewrites, the show was never presented.

Issues: None. 


THE SIXTH SENSE
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1972

Lalo Schifrin with others unknown.

a. The Sixth Sense (Main Theme) (Lalo Schifrin)

Note: Schifrin recorded the above theme when the ABC-TV show's producers wanted to replace the Billy Goldenberg theme they borrowed from a 1970 episode of the series THE NAME OF THE GAME (itself a replacement for David Shire's original theme). Schifrin's theme was never used for this Gary Collins series about paranormal and occult occurrences. The show's producer's eventually commissioned an original theme from Billy Goldenberg.

Issues: None.


RAGE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1972
Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Warner Bros.).


JOE KIDD
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1972

Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Universal).

Covers: "Joe Kidd" also performed by the Starsound Orchestra on CLINT EASTWOOD MOVIE THEMES (K-Tel (E) EMC-2319, K-Tel (E) ECD 3319 [CD]).


PRIME CUT
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1972

Lalo Schifrin (comp).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (National General Pictures).


LA CLAVE
La Clave
prob. Los Angeles, California: prob. July 26, 1972
Benny Velarde with unknown tp, p, org, el-g, el-b, d, perc, vcl; John D'Andrea (arr).

a. (72L3857) Sally Go ‘Round The Roses (Sanders/Stevens) - 3:12 
b. (72L3858) The Ghetto (Hathaway/Hutson) - 3:20
c. (72L3860) Who You Fooling (T. Bruno/H. Bruno) - 3:34
d. (72L3861) Move Your Hand(s) (Lonnie Smith) - 3:03
e. (72L3862) (unknown title)
f. (72L3863) Soul Sauce (Gillespie/Gonzales) - 2:32
g. (72L3864) Road Runner (Valarde/Bent) - 4:30

Hollywood, California: October 9, 1972
Oliver Mitchell, William Perry, Chuck Findley (tp, flhrn); Grover Mitchell, Dick Hyde, Lew McCreary (tb); Jim Horn (sax); Louis Morrel, Don Peake (g); Ed Greene (d); King Errisson (cga); John D'Andrea (contractor); Lalo Schifrin (arr).

h. (72L4578) Latin Soul (Lalo Schifrin/John D'Andrea)
i. (72L4579) Dirty Harry (Lalo Schifrin)
j. (72L3859) Angels of Mercy (Ellison/Botts) - 3:17

prob. Los Angeles, California: unknown, poss. December 13, 1972
poss. Benny Velarde and poss. Lalo Schifrin with unknown tp,p,org,el-g,el-b,d,perc,vcl; John D'Andrea (arr).

k. (72L4326) Latin Slide (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:07
l. (72L4534) Bailia Mi Guaguanco (Valarde) - 5:10
m. (72L4562) Cocoa Leaf (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:45

NOTE: (1) All above dates are uncertain and have been listed elsewhere in a variety of ways. For example, the October 9 date comes from the musician's union documentation, although Michel Ruppli's MGM discography places the first two titles at October 4 and, from Ruppli's Verve discography, the last title at December 13. (2) Schifrin briefly features a version of "Latin Slide" in his film score to PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW

Issues: a-d, f-g & j-m on Verve V6-8819, Dusty Groove DGA 3003 [CD]. 
Singles: a & g also on Verve VK-10704 [45]. i & h also on Verve VK-10705 [45], MGM (Phil) MGM-14-030 (as by "Lalo"). 
Samplers: d also on Motor (Ger) 535 381-2 [CD] titled MOJO CLUB DANCEFLOOR JAZZ 5: SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE, Partners In Crime (It) FR007CD [CD] titled MOOD MOSAIC VOL. 8 - FUNKY IN A MINOR MODE and Verve (Ger) 06007 53253885 [CD] titled VERVE CLUB - LEGENDARY JAZZ GROOVES 1957-2009. i also on Motor (Ger) 535495-2 [CD] titled MISSION IMPOSSIBLE...AND MORE!, Virgin (E) 7243 8 448 44896 25 [CD] titled THIS IS CULT FICTION ROYALE, WEA (Fr) 0927407442 [CD] titled AGENTS SECRETS
, Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692071, Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692072 [CD] titled MOST WANTED - 1968-1979, Magnum Music (Ger) SFPD-19711988 [CD] titled THE DEAD POOL: THE ULTIMATE DIRTY HARRY COLLECTION, Universal (Jap) UCCU-1053 [CD] titled GREAT COPS and Verve (Ger) 0602498374399 [CD] titled THRILLER JAZZ (VERVE JAZZ CLUB). k also on Verve 314 527-504-2 [CD] titled TALKIN' VERVE, Harmless (E) HURTLP036, Harmless HURTCD036 [CD] titled SKYE PRESENTS THE BREAKS VOL. 4, Polydor (Jap) POCP-1602 [CD] titled FREE SOUL LIGHTS. m also on Universal (E) 584 033-2 [CD] titled MESSIN' AROUND 3: TIGHTEN UP.
Producer: Tony Bruno (Verve V6-8819).
Engineer: Not Listed
Notes: Richard Oliver, Lalo Schifrin (Verve V6-8819)

Covers: "Latin Soul" also performed by The Sentinals (Del-Fi) in 1962 and The Original Surfaris in 1964 (though the song there is credited to Robert Hafner).


MADRIGALS FOR THE SPACE AGE
Lalo Schifrin/Ray Bradbury
[unissued]
University of Knoxville at Knoxville, Tennessee: October 10, 1972
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Lalo Schifrin (comp); Ray Bradbury (text); with unknown, p, narrator, vocalists.

a. I Walk In Space (Narrator)
b. Dark Rock on Flint on Stone
c. We Search and Find (Narrator)
d. The Rocket Bursts In Space
e. A Million Meteors (Narrator)
f. We Drift, We Fly (Duet)
g. Space! Is Space Not Curved? (Narrator)
h. We Move, We Go, We Seek
i. What A Wonder, What A Dread (Narrator)

Note: (1) Commissioned by Phi Mu Alpha, a professional fraternity for men in music, for its 1972 Regional Convention. (2) Also presented on April 18, 1999, in New Mexicao by the University of New Mexico Department of Music in its "A Spring Choral Concert"(performed by The Concert Choir; Daniel Cummings, Piano; Dr. Lynndianne Beene, narrator). Special thanks to Jane Ellen.

Issues: None.


[THE] HUNTER
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1972-1973
Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on CBS-TV (as a series pilot) on January 9, 1973, directed by Leonard Horn and produced by Bruce Geller.

Issues: None.


HARRY IN YOUR POCKET
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood California: November 21, 1972
Ralph Grierson (p); Dennis Budimer (g); Ray Brown (b); Larry Bunker (d); Benjamin Barrett (orchestra manager); Lalo Schifrin (arr).

a-t. (20 cues, titles unknown) - Total Time = 39:15

overdubbed later
Josh Adams (vcl).

u. Day By Day By Day (Geller/Schifrin)
(plus cues--unknown titles, poss. inc. "Another Side of Harry" and "Portrait of Harry")

Issues: a-t on Collector2Collector Enterprises c2c-200317 [CD] (unauthorized). u on Unart (United Artists) 93430 (?).


THE NEPTUNE FACTOR (aka THE NEPTUNE DISASTER, AN UNDERWATER ODYSSEY)
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1973
Lalo Schifrin, William McCauley (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (20th Century Fox).


WARNER BROS. MOVIES - A 50-YEAR SALUTE
1973
Lalo Schifrin, Emil Richards.

a. Confrontation (Lalo Schifrin)

Issues: None.


MAGNUM FORCE
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood California: October-November 1973

Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

a. Main Title (aka Main Title From Magnum Force, Magnum Force Theme)
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:11
b. The Cop (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:21
c.
Harry's Ostinato (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:01
d.
Magnum Force (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:59
e
. Stakeout (aka Stake-out) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:29
f
. The Crooks (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:36
g.
Harry's New Friend (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:21
h.
The Pimp (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:45
i.
Rogue Gun (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:34
j.
Recreation (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:06
k.
Warm Enough? (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:11
l
. Palancio (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:20
m. Last Dance In Sausalito (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:37
n. The Faceless Assassin (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:57
o. Potrero Hill (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:07
p. The Bullet (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:47
q. Execution Squad (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:41
r. Mailbox (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:36
s. Early Is Late (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:54
t. Briggs (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:01
u. Confrontation (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:12
v. Finale (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:04

Note: The second half of "Harry's Ostinato" (c), the beginning of "Stakeout" (d), "Harry's New Friend" (g), "Recreation" (j); the extended take of "Palancio" (l), "Potrero Hill" (o), the first part of "The Bullet" (p) and the beginning of "Confrontation" (u) unused in the film.

Issues: a-v on Aleph 033 [CD] (issued July 12, 2005), Video Arts Music (Jap)VACM-1327 [CD].
Samplers: a 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 -
¡ Y LO MEJOR DE HARRY EL SUCIO!. a, b, e, f & l 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. a (as Main Title), b, e (as Stakeout), f & l on Magnum Music (Ger) SFPD-19711988 [CD] titled THE DEAD POOL: THE ULTIMATE DIRTY HARRY COLLECTION.
Producer: Nick Redman. Executive Producer: Donna Schifrin.
Notes: Nick Redman

Covers: "Magnum Force" also performed by Paul Brooks on CLINT EASTWOOD MOVIE THEMES, (K-Tel (E) EMC-2319, K-Tel (E) ECD 3319 [CD]) and The Ray Davies Orchestra on FLASHPOINT (Philips (E) 6382 11). "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]).


HIT!
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood California: 1973
Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

a. Theme From Hit! (Lalo Schifrin)
b. Pages Of Life (Lalo Schifrin/Larry Kusik)
(other titles unknown)

Issues: b on Paramount (Jap) JET-2272 [45].

Covers: "Love theme from the Motion Picture 'Hit'" also performed by Lee Holdridge on HOLDRIDGE CONDUCTS HOLDRIDGE (Varese Sarabande VC 81081).


ENTER THE DRAGON  
aka THE DEADLY THREE, OPERACION DRAGON
Lalo Schifrin
Burbank, California: June 1973
John Audino, Tony Terran, Eugene E. Young (tp); Dick Noel, Hoyt Bohannon, Dick Nash, George Roberts (tb); Vincent De Rosa, James Decker, Richard Perissi (frhrn); Ronnie Lang, Sheridon Stokes, Jerome Richardson, John Ellis, Jack Marsh (reeds); Clare Fischer, Ralph Grierson, Joe Sample (key); Al Vescovo, Bernie Lewis, Larry Carlton, Tommy Tedesco, Dennis Budimer, Peter Woodford, Bob Bain (g); Max Bennett (b); Stix Hooper (d, perc); Larry Bunker, Emil Richards, Joe Porcaro, Ken Watson, Robert Zimmitti, Francisco Aguabella (perc); Israel Baker, Howard Griffin, Anatol Kaminsky, Joseph Livoti, Joseph Livoti, Jerome Reisler, George Kast, Herman Clebanoff, Gerald Vinci, Alex Beller, Bonnie Douglas, Paul Shure, Alfred Lustgarten, Erno Neufeld (vln); Sam Ross, Myra Kestenbaum, Virginia Majewski, Allan Harshman, Rollice Dale (viola); Raphael Kramer, Kurt Reher, Eleanor Slatkin, Frederick Seyhora (cello); Dorothy Remsen (harp); Kurt Wolff (contractor); Lalo Schifrin, Dick Hazard (arr).

a. Prologue: The First Fight (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:36
b. Main Titles (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:25
     c. Theme from Enter the Dragon (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:20 (edit of b)
d. Su-Lin (The Monk) (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:57
     e. The Monk (Lalo Schifrin) 3:25 (edit of d)
f. Sampans and Flashbacks (Lalo Schifrin) - 6:21
     g. Sampans (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:58 (edit of f)
h. The Banquet (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:02
i. Headset Jazz (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:10
j. The Gentle Softness (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:40 (2:43)
k. Into The Night (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:44
l. Goodbye Oharra (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:54
m. Bamboo Bird Cage (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:32 (2:43)
n. Han's Cruelty (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:09
o. The Human Fly (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:36
    
p. The Human Fly (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:14 (edit of o)
q. The Big Battle (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:47
    
r. The Big Battle (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:37 (edit of q)
s. Han's Island (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:57
t. Broken Mirrors (Lalo Schifrin) - 5:55
    
u. Broken Mirrors (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:40 (edit of t)
v. End Titles (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:10
w. Main Titles (Alternate) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:17
x. Theme from Enter the Dragon (Reprise) (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:06

Note: (1) Warner Bros 15923-00-CD [CD] supplements a special "25th Anniversary Edition" of the ENTER THE DRAGON videocassette (issued 1998). (2) Unknown titles from above, probably similar to Warner Bros. BS-2727, included on Max Entertainment (Jap) BLXL 1007/8/9 [CD] titled WALK ON MY WAY (aka BRUCE IS BACK, issued 1999). Also:

The following titles appear on Warner Bros. (Jap) P-10016W titled BRUCE LEE (issued 1975) (it is assumed the titles not conforming to the titles above are principally dialogue from the film):

1. Emotional Content/Theme From Enter The Dragon (c)
2. Invitation To The Tournament
3. Island Of No Guns
4. Respect To Sister And Mother (prob. e)
5. Fighting Without Fighting
6. Han's Island (s)
7. Secret Of The Island
8. The Human Fly (p)
9. The Big Battle (r)
10. Nunchaku (poss. p)
11. Broken Mirrors/Theme From Enter The Dragon (Reprise) (u/w or x)

The following titles appear on Warner Bros. (Jap) P-5526-7W titled BRUCE LEE/ENTER THE DRAGON (it is assumed the titles not conforming to the titles above are principally dialogue from the film):

1. Exhibition
2. Invitation To The Tournament
3. Theme From Enter The Dragon (c)
4. Island Of No Guns
5. Sister's Death/Respect To Sister And Mother (Sampans/The Monk) (g/e)
6. Roper And Williams
7. A Little Action
8. Fighting Without Fighting
9. Han's Island/The Banquet/Mei Ling (s)
10. O'Hara/Tournament (Gentle Softness) (j)
11. The Human Fly (p)
12. O'Hara's Death
13. Williams Vs Han
14. Han And Roper
15. Nunchaku/Braithwaie (The Human Fly) (poss. p)
16. The Big Battle (r)
17. Broken Mirrors/Theme From Enter The Dragon (Reprise) (u/w or x)

Issues: c, e, g, j, m, p, r, s, u & x on Warner Bros. BS-2727, Collectors' Choice Music CCM-934 [CD], Warner Bros. (E) K46 275, Warner Bros. (Ger) 9362 48074, Warner Bros. (Jap) WPCR 519 [CD], Warner Music France (Fr) 9362-48074-2 [CD]. c, e, g, j, m, p, r, s, u & x on WB (Ven) 150012 titled OPERACION DRAGON. a, b, d, f, h-o, q, s, t, v & w on Warner Bros 15923-00-CD [CD]. 
Singles: c & r also on Warner Bros. 7735 [45], Warner Bros. (E) K 16333 [45], Warner Bros. (Bel) 16333 [45], Warner Bros. (Jap) P-1264W [45], Warner Bros. (Jap) P-138W [45]. c, g, p & r also on Gamma (Mex) GX 07-817 [EP] titled OPERACION DRAGON
Samplers: c also on Warner Bros. (E) WB 56 089 titled SOUNDTRACK!, Virgin (E) VTDCD38 [CD] titled FILM 2000 WITH JONATHON ROSS, Channel 4 (E) C4M00132 [CD] titled BANZAI - SOUNDTRACK TO THE SERIES, Azuli (E) ALNCD10 [CD] titled LATE NIGHT TALES: JAMIROQUAI, Warner Bros. (E) WSMLP1652 titled SUPERBAD VOLUME TWO and
Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692071, Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692072 [CD] titled MOST WANTED - 1968-1979 and Music Club Deluxe (E) MCDLX028 [CD] titled SUPERBAD FUNK & CINEMATIC SOUL.  c & g also on Warner Bros. K26120 titled GREAT WARNER BROS. ACTION MOVIES. j also on Warner Bros. K26122 titled GREAT WARNER BROS. LOVE THEMES. o also on  Groove Master (E) GRMLP01 titled GROOVE IS DAWING SLOWLY (sic). p also on Strictly Breaks 9805 titled DE LA COLLECTION. r also on Warner Bros. (E) WSMLP1653 titled SUPERBAD VOLUME THREE.
Producer: Not Listed (Warner Bros. BS-2727). Nick Redman (Warner Bros 15923-00-CD [CD]).
Engineer: Dan Wallin. Remix Engineer (Warner Bros. BS-2727): Doc Siegel. Digital Mix ( Warner Bros 15923-00-CD [CD]): Dan Hersch.
Notes: N/A (Warner Bros. BS-2727). Jon Burlingame (Warner Bros 15923-00-CD [CD]). Jeff Bond (Collectors' Choice Music CCM-934 [CD]). Nicolas Saada (Warner Music France (Fr) 9362-48074-2 [CD]).

Covers: "Enter The Dragon" also performed by Dennis Coffey (Sussex SRA-8031, Sussex SR-511 [45]), The Upsetters (Dip (E) DL-5031 [45]), Jack Parnell (EMI), Percy Faith (Columbia C-32714, CBS (Ger) 65841, CBS (Ger) S 2548 [45]), Stanley Maxfield (Tam (Jap) YT-1092 [45]) and Tango Fernandez (Plastic (It) PL011 [CD], Plastic (It) PLS 01 [45], Rambling (Jap) RBCE-2007 [CD], Rambling (Jap) RBCE-2005 [CD Single]).

Samples: "The Human Fly" sampled by Scarface (with Dr. Dre and Ice Cube) for "Game Over" (Virgin: 1997), Ill Al Skratch for "Me and the Click" (Polygram: 1996) and the Alkaholiks for "Let it Out" (BMG: 1995). "Enter The Dragon" sampled by De La Soul for "Oooh" (Tommy Boy: 2000).


CHARLEY VARRICK
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: c. 1973
Lalo Schifrin with others unknown.

a. Theme From Charley Varrick (Lalo Schifrin)
b. Charley Varrick Score (Lalo Schifrin)

Issues: None (Universal).


EGAN
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: c. 1973

(unknown titles)

Note: "Egan" originally broadcast on TV on September 18, 1973, and intended as a pilot for a series, which never happened.

Issues: None.


THE EXORCIST
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: October 12, 1973

Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond) with 44 string players, five percussion, keyboards and harp.

a. Music From The Unused Trailer (Lalo Schifrin)

Hollywood, California: October 31 and November 1, 1973
Lalo Schifrin (comp,cond) with 44 string players, five percussion, keyboards, harp and unknown boy (vcl).

b. Suite from the Unused Score to The Exorcist (Lalo Schifrin)
     (includes Tantum Ergo (traditional))

same or similar, vcl out.

c. Rock Ballad (Unused Theme from The Exorcist) (Lalo Schifrin)
(other titles never recorded)

Note: Warner Bros 16177-00-CD [CD] supplements a special "25th Anniversary Edition" of the THE EXORCIST videocassette (issued 1998). Schifrin was commissioned to write the score to William Friedkin's 1973 film; however, during post-production Schifrin's score was replaced with a Leonard Slatkin score and existing music featuring Mike Oldfield's "Tubular Bells." Other titles on Warner Bros 16177-00-CD [CD] without Schifrin.

Issues: a-c on Warner Bros 16177-00-CD [CD]. 
Producer: Nick Redman
Engineer: Not Listed
Notes: Jon Burlingame


GOLDEN NEEDLES (aka CHASE FOR THE GOLDEN NEEDLE)
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1974

Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown).

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (American International Pictures).


PETROCELLI
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1974
Lalo Schifrin with others unknown.

a. Theme From Petrocelli (Lalo Schifrin)
(other titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on NBC-TV from September 11, 1974, to March 2, 1976.

Issues: None (Paramount).


PLANET OF THE APES
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: August and September 1974
Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond) plus unknown horns, electronics, percussion and strings.

a. Main Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:15
ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW
     b.
The Spaceship
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:38
     c.
Apes
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:46
     d.
The Warp
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:03
     e.
Urko and Galen
(Lalo Schifrin) - 4:04
     f.
Prison Guard
(Lalo Schifrin) - 1:58
     g.
Jail Break
(Lalo Schifrin) - 3:29
     h.
Your World
(Lalo Schifrin) - 3:29
THE GLADIATORS
     i.
Jason
(Lalo Schifrin) - 1:53
     j.
Fighting
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:13
     k.
Barlow
(Lalo Schifrin) - 1:50
     l.
Trouble
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:25
     m.
Into the Arena
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:46
     n.
There Will Be Death
(Lalo Schifrin) - 0:53
     o.
Humans Versus Apes
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:33
    p.
A Beginning
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:28
THE GOOD SEEDS
     q.
Riding for Urko
(Lalo Schifrin) - 3:16
     r.
Travel Without Stars
(Lalo Schifrin) - 3:16
     s.
Attack
(Lalo Schifrin) - 3:16
     t.
Bonded Humans
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:27
     u.
Next String
(Lalo Schifrin) - 2:27
v.
End Credits
(Lalo Schifrin) - 0:28

Sound City Studios; Van Nuys, California: October 1, 1974 (two sessions)
Paul Hubinon, John Audino, Eugene E. Young (tp); Dick Nash, Dick Noel. Lloyd Ulyate, George Roberts (tb); Vincent De Rosa, Claude Sherry, Arthur Maebe (frhrn); Ronnie Lang, Jerome Richardson, Bud Shank, Gene Cipriano (woodwinds); Mike Lang (key); Clark Spangler (moog); Melvin Ragin, Dennis Coffey (g); James Jamerson (b); Paul Humphrey (d, perc); Joe Porcaro (perc); Francisco Aguabella (cga); Benjamin Barrett (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond).

w. (M-2150-AS) Escape from Tomorrow (aka Huir Del Mañana) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:00
x. (M-2150-BS) Ape Shuffle (Theme from "Planet Of the Apes")
     (aka Baile Del Mono) (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:15

Note: (1) Originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 13, 1974, to December 20, 1974 (14 episodes with additional cues by Richard LaSalle, musical supervision by Lionel Newman). (2) The first episode of this series ("Escape From Tomorrow"), scored by Schifrin, was combined with the third ("The Trap") to form the basis of the 1981 TV film, BACK TO THE PLANET OF THE APES(3) Other titles on Intrada Special Collection Vol. 25 [CD] without Lalo Schifrin.

Issues: a-v on Intrada Special Collection Vol. 25 [CD].
Singles: w & x on 20th Century Fox TC2150 [45], 20th Century (E) BTC-2150 [45], Micsa (Arg) 4099 [45]. x (stereo) & x (mono) on 20th Century Fox TC2150 [45] (promo). x (as "Ape's Shuffle") on Aldente (E) (no no.) [12].
Samplers: a also on FSM Vol. 4, No. 1 [CD] titled CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES/BATTLE OF THE APES. w also on Project 3 (E) PMLP (PMCD) 79549 titled FLY FILMS AND GROOVY MOVIES and Partners In Crime FR010CD [CD] titled MOOD MOSAIC VOL. 9 - THE SOUND BULLET. w & x also on
Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692071, Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692072 [CD] titled MOST WANTED - 1968-1979. x also on Universal (Ger) 06024 9820926, Universal (Ger) 06024 9820925 [CD] titled MOJO CLUB VOLUME 12 FEELING GOOD.
Producer: Nick Redman and Douglass Fake (Intrada Special Collection Vol. 25 [CD]). Lukas Kendall (FSM Vol. 4, No. 1 [CD]). Gary LeMel (20th Century Fox TC2150 [45]) 
Engineer: Unknown
Notes: Eric Greene (Intrada Special Collection Vol. 25 [CD]). Guy Mariner Tucker, Lukas Kendall  (FSM Vol. 4, No. 1 [CD]).

Covers: "Ape Shuffle" also performed by The Jeff Wayne Space Shuttle (Wonderland).


NIGHT GAMES
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1974
Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Issues: None


MAN ON A SWING
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1974

Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Issues: None (Paramount)


Lalo Schifrin
Van Nuys, California: February 21, 1975 (two sessions)
Tony Terran, Eugene E. Young, Oliver Mitchell, John Audino (tp); Dick Nash, Charles Loper, Lloyd Ulyate, Phillip Teele (tb); Lalo Schifrin (key, arr, cond); Clark Spangler (synth); Melvin Ragin, Ray Parker (g); Wilton Felder (b); Paul Humphrey (d); Chino Valdes, Ken Watson (perc); Leonard Graves (copyist); Rita Butler, Benjamin Barrett (orchestra mgr).

a. (M-2205-AS) Bolero (Maurice Ravel) - 3:25
b. Nothing From Nothing  

Van Nuys, California: February 21, 1975 
Lalo Schifrin (key, arr, cond); Clark Spangler (synth); Ray Parker (g); Wilton Felder (b); Ed Greene (d); Chino Valdes (perc); Benjamin Barrett (orchestra mgr).

c. Black Widow (Lalo Schifrin)
d. (M-2205-BS) Doña Donna (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:55

Issues: a & d on 20th Century Fox TC-2205 [45], Philips (It) 6162 050 [45].
Samplers: a also on Boutique (Ger) 06007 5325446 [CD] titled MOVIE THEMES GO DISCO! d also on
Boutique (Ger) 00440 0692072 [CD] titled MOST WANTED - 1968-1979.
Producer: Gary Le Mel
Engineer: Not Listed
Notes: N/A


DELANCEY STREET: THE CRISIS WITHIN
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1975

Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on TV (as a series pilot) on April 23, 1975 (or April 19?), directed by James Frawley (THE CHRISTIAN LICORICE STORE).

Issues: None (Paramount).


STARSKY AND HUTCH
Lalo Schifrin et al.
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1975
Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Note: Although there was no "theme" for the Schifrin-scored pilot (broadcast on ABC-TV on April 30, 1975), a cue used later in the pilot was used as the series' theme during the first season (1975-1976). The series was originally broadcast on ABC-TV from September 10, 1975, to August 28, 1979. Schifrin composed the scores to the first-season episodes "Savage Sunday" (#2) (probably) and "The Fix" (#5). Additional scores and cues during the first season were also provided by Mundell Lowe, J.J. Johnson, Jack Elliott and Allyn Ferguson and MacLeod & Prigmore. The series' much better known theme (and the only one to receive an official release) was composed by Tom Scott and replaced Schifrin's theme as the series' second season began. Additional cues were also provided by Shorty Rogers, Mark Snow, J.A.C. Redford and Alan Silvestri. During the series' final season, the Tom Scott theme was replaced by a Mark Snow theme.

Issues: None (Columbia).


BRONK
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1975

Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

a. Theme From "Bronk" 
(other titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 21, 1975, to July 18, 1976 (additional musical cues provided by George Romanis and Robert Drasnin).

Issues: None (MGM-TV).


THE FOUR MUSKETEERS (aka THE REVENGE OF MILADY)
Lalo Schifrin

London: prob. 1974
Lalo Schifrin (arr, cond) with The London Studio Orchestra. Nat Peck (contractor).

a. The Four Musketeers (Main Theme) (aka Overture)
     (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:40
b. Athos' Theme (aka Athos' Story) (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:20
c. Chase To The Convent (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:39
d. The Musketeers Rescue Constance (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:51
e. Breakfast At The Bastion (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:46
f. A Lovely Adventure (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:08
g. Chased From The Louvre (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:50
h. Milady's Theme (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:59
i. Operation Rochefort (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:05
j. Milady's Secret (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:33
k. (The) Frozen Pond Fight (Lalo Schifrin) - 4:52
l.
Milady's Frustration (Lalo Schifrin) - 3:30
m.
The Fight (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:26
n.
Milady In Prison (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:15
o.
Intrigue (Lalo Schifrin) -1:44
p.
The Cardinal's Jackal (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:52
q
. End Credits (Lalo Schifrin) - 1:50

Issues: a-q on Label "X" LXCD16 [CD] (issued 2008).
Samplers: a-h, k & q on Label "X" LXCD5 [CD] titled THE FOUR MUSKETEERS (issued 1987) (see THE EAGLE HAS LANDED and VOYAGE OF THE DAMNED for additional titles) and
Sunshine Entertainment (Eu) 2005 [CD] (unauthorized) titled AFTER THE SUNSET. a, b, c, d, f, g, h & k on Entr'Acte ERS6510 titled GREAT ADVENTURE FILM SCORES: MUSIC COMPOSED AND CONDUCTED BY LALO SCHIFRIN (issued 1978) (see THE EAGLE HAS LANDED for additional titles). a & k also on LaserLight 21 355 [CD] titled UNFORGETTABLE SYMPHONIC SUITES. c also on Hip-o HIPD-40127 [CD] titled THE REEL LALO SCHIFRIN.
Producer: John Lasher.
Engineer: Richard Lewzey or Peter Wandless
Notes: Didier Delaunoy & John Lasher (Label "X" LXCD5 [CD]). J.S.R. Lasher (Label "X" LXCD16 [CD]).


FOSTER AND LAURIE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1975

Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on TV on November 13, 1975.

Issues: None.


GUILTY OR INNOCENT: THE SAM SHEPPARD MURDER CASE
Lalo Schifrin
prob. Hollywood, California: c. 1975

Lalo Schifrin (comp) with others unknown.

(titles unknown)

Note: Originally broadcast on TV on November 17, 1975.

Issues: None. 


THE MASTER GUNFIGHTER
Lalo Schifrin
Hollywood, California: September 3, 1975
Tony Terran, John Audino (tp); Lloyd Ulyate, Dick Noel, Dick Nash, George Roberts (tb); Vincent De Rosa, David Duke, Henry Sigismonti, Dick Perissi (frhrn); John Neufeld, Don Ashworth, Sheridon Stokes, Ronnie Lang (woodwinds); Ralph Grierson, Clark Spangler (key); Dennis Budimer, Tommy Tedesco (g); Max Bennett (b); Ken Watson, Robert Zimmitti, Larry Bunker, Emil Richards (perc); Israel Baker (concert master); Harry Bluestone, Nathan Ross, Assa Drori, Stanley Plummer, David Frisina, Paul Shure, Bonnie Douglas, Gearld Vinci, Endre Granat, Bill Hymanson, Erno Neufeld, Alfred Lustgarten, Anatol Kaminsky, Murray Adler, Sheldon Sanov (vln); David Schwartz, Gareth Nuttycomb, Samuel Boghossian, Allan Harshman, Pamela Goldsmith, Linn Subotnick (viola); Raphael Kramer, Armand Kaproff, Ray Kelley, Edgar Lustgarten (cello); Dorothy Remsen (harp); Joseph Boyer, Leonard Graves (copyist); Benjamin Barrett (orchestra mgr); Dick Hazard (arr); Lalo Schifrin (leader). 

a. (BJR-001-A) Theme From The Master Gunfighter (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:25
b. (BJR-001-B) Eula's Theme From The Master Gunfighter (Lalo Schifrin) - 2:23

Issues: a & b on Billy Jack 001 [45]. a on A&M 1756-S [45] (back by "Theme From Billy Jack (How I Need You)" without Schifrin) and Centurion CLP1210 (?).
Samplers: a also on Centurion CLP 1210 titled FILMUSIC VOLUME 2 (unauthorized).
Producer: Not Listed
Engineer: Dan Wallin
Notes: N/A

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