Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
Zack Snyder Defends 'Man Of Steel' Finale, Ben Affleck Reveals Bruce Wayne Knew People Who Died In That Battle Zack Snyder Defends 'Man Of Steel' Finale, Ben Affleck Reveals Bruce Wayne Knew People Who Died In That Battle New Book Contends Eric Stoltz Was “Difficult” & The Cast Wasn’t Shocked He Was Replaced On ‘Back To The Future’ New Book Contends Eric Stoltz Was “Difficult” & The Cast Wasn’t Shocked He Was Replaced On ‘Back To The Future’ Watch: Scott Lang Wants To Call The Avengers In New International 'Ant-Man' Trailer Watch: Scott Lang Wants To Call The Avengers In New International 'Ant-Man' Trailer Zack Snyder Reveals The Easter Egg Idea He Pitched Christopher Nolan And David Goyer For 'Man Of Steel' Zack Snyder Reveals The Easter Egg Idea He Pitched Christopher Nolan And David Goyer For 'Man Of Steel' New Images Of Bruce Wayne, Lex Luthor, More In 'Batman v. Superman,' Ben Affleck Compares Batman To Hamlet New Images Of Bruce Wayne, Lex Luthor, More In 'Batman v. Superman,' Ben Affleck Compares Batman To Hamlet Mads Mikkelsen And Hugh Dancy Released From Their 'Hannibal' Contracts Mads Mikkelsen And Hugh Dancy Released From Their 'Hannibal' Contracts Paul Thomas Anderson To Write And Possibly Direct Warner Bros' ‘Pinocchio’ For Robert Downey Jr. Paul Thomas Anderson To Write And Possibly Direct Warner Bros' ‘Pinocchio’ For Robert Downey Jr. Tom Cruise Still Gearing Up For 'Top Gun 2,' Story Will Involve Drone Warfare Tom Cruise Still Gearing Up For 'Top Gun 2,' Story Will Involve Drone Warfare Watch: First Trailer For Oliver Stone’s ‘Snowden’ Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Shailene Woodley & Nicolas Cage Watch: First Trailer For Oliver Stone’s ‘Snowden’ Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Shailene Woodley & Nicolas Cage Review: ‘Terminator: Genisys’ Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney & Jason Clarke Review: ‘Terminator: Genisys’ Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney & Jason Clarke 'Thor: The Dark World' Director Alan Taylor Says His Marvel Experience Was "Particularly Wrenching" 'Thor: The Dark World' Director Alan Taylor Says His Marvel Experience Was "Particularly Wrenching" Watch: Anna Paquin Is Rescued In Clip From 'X-Men: Days of Future Past - The Rogue Cut' Watch: Anna Paquin Is Rescued In Clip From 'X-Men: Days of Future Past - The Rogue Cut' Kevin Feige Says 'Spider-Man 2' Is "One Of The Best Superhero Movies Ever," Talks John Hughes Influence On New Spidey Kevin Feige Says 'Spider-Man 2' Is "One Of The Best Superhero Movies Ever," Talks John Hughes Influence On New Spidey Watch: Live Your Ultimate Fantasy With The First NSFW Trailer For Gaspar Noe's 'Love' Watch: Live Your Ultimate Fantasy With The First NSFW Trailer For Gaspar Noe's 'Love' Review & Recap: ‘True Detective’ Season 2, Episode 2, ‘Night Finds You’ Review & Recap: ‘True Detective’ Season 2, Episode 2, ‘Night Finds You’ The 25 Best TV Shows Of The 2014/2015 Season The 25 Best TV Shows Of The 2014/2015 Season The 25 Best Animated Films Of The 21st Century So Far The 25 Best Animated Films Of The 21st Century So Far The 50 Best Films Of The Decade So Far The 50 Best Films Of The Decade So Far The 25 Best Horror Films Of The 21st Century So Far The 25 Best Horror Films Of The 21st Century So Far The 20 Best TV Shows Of The 2013/2014 Season The 20 Best TV Shows Of The 2013/2014 Season

Legendary Lalo Schifrin Getting Box Set Treatment With 4-Disc Release To Feature Unreleased Movie Scores & More

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist October 3, 2012 at 5:23PM

With four Grammy Awards, a Cable ACE Award, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, it's mind boggling to think that the legendary Lalo Schifrin is still without an Oscar, despite being nominated six times. The 80-year-old hasn't slowed down for a moment, with a catalog so vast that there is plenty for the devoted cinephile to explore and discover. And a holiday season treat is just around the corner.
0
Lalo Schifrin

With four Grammy Awards, a Cable ACE Award, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, it's mind boggling to think that the legendary Lalo Schifrin is still without an Oscar, despite being nominated six times. The 80-year-old hasn't slowed down for a moment, with a catalog so vast that there is plenty for the devoted cinephile to explore and discover. And a holiday season treat is just around the corner.

Aleph Records has put together a 4 CD box set that covers Schifrin's entire career, putting together a tracklist of selected film work as well as various jazz and classical pieces. Of note to film buffs will be prevoiusly unreleased pieces from Schifrin's work on the Don Siegel films "Charley Varrick" (an undersung little '70s gem), "The Beguiled" and "Coogan's Bluff" in addition to tracks from George C. Scott's "Rage" and John Sturges' "Joe Kidd." Of course, pieces from his more remembered scores in pictures like "Enter the Dragon," "Dirty Harry," "Cool Hand Luke," "Kelly's Heroes" and more will featured as well.

All told, for soundtrack lovers, it's the stuff of dreams. Lalo Schifrin: My Life in Music will hit stores on November 13th. Full tracklist below.

LALO SCHIFRIN: MY LIFE IN MUSIC Tracklist

DISC 1

1. Enter The Dragon – Main Title
2. Samba Para Dos -- from Bossa Nova Groove
3. The Fox – Main Title
4. The Eagle Has Landed -- Eagle Falls In Love
5. Rhino -- Transporting Rhino
6. Fast Walking– Main Title
7. Burning Bridges -- from Kelly's Heroes Vocals: The Mike Curb Congregation
8. Invisible City -- from Metamorphosis: Jazz Meets The Symphony #4
9. Dirty Harry – Main Title
10. The Cincinnati Kid -- New Orleans Procession
11. Caveman – End Title
12. Abominable -- There Is Something Out There
13. Cool Hand Luke – Main Title
14. Telefon – Main Title
15. The Dead Pool -- The Pier, The Bridge, and The City
16. Love Poem For Donna -- from Ins and Outs
17. Charley Varrick -- Bank Robbery -- PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED
18. Bullitt – Main Title
19. Coogan's Bluff – Main Title -- PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED
20. Rush Hour – End Title

DISC 2

1. Joe Kidd – Main Title -- PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED
2. Cool Hand Luke -- Tar Sequence
3. The Osterman Weekend -- The Face of Love
4. Rollercoaster -- Calliope Of Death
5. Kelly’s Heroes -- All For The Love Of Sunshine
6. The Venetian Affair -- Venice After Dark
7. Dirty Harry -- Scorpio's View
8. The Statue Of Liberty March -- from Those Fabulous Hollywood Marches
9. Brubaker -- Theme From Brubaker
10. The Cincinnati Kid -- Instrumental Version (Lalo Schifrin, piano)
11. Something to Believe In -- The Miracle
12. The Beguiled -- Amputation Aftermath
13. Che -- Che!
14. El Dorado -- from Firebird: Jazz Meets The Symphony #3
15. Sudden Impact – Main Title
16. The Wrath Of God -- Pablito / Guitarra / Padre Van Horne
17. Magnum Force -- Magnum Force
18. The Amityville Horror – Main Title
19. Coogan’s Bluff -- Take Me to Ringerman -- PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED
20. Return Of The Marquis de Sade -- Justine
21. Mission: Impossible -- The Plot

DISC 3

1. The Cincinnati Kid - Vocals: Ray Charles
2. Cool Hand Luke -- Arletta Blues
3. Les Felins – Main Title
4. The Fourth Protocol – Main Title
5. Spooks -- The Forces Of Darkness
6. The Beguilded -- Finding McB -- PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED
7. Mannix -- Theme from Mannix
8. Bulitt -- Ice Pick Mike
9. Return Of The Marquis de Sade Bach to the Blues
10. Magnum Force – Main Title
11. Tango del Atardecer -- from Letters from Argentina
12. Joe Kidd -- Chama -- PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED
13. Rollercoaster -- Movement From String Quartette
14. Summer Dance -- from Invocations: Jazz Meets The Symphony #7
15. Don Quixote -- My Lord Don Quixote / End Title
16. Rage – Main Title -- PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED
17. Let Us Leave Some Songs -- from Cantos Aztecas
18. La Pelle -- Tema D'Amore
19. Charley Varrick -- Last Of The Independents – PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED
20. Sudden Impact -- Robbery Suspect
21. Rush Hour – Main Title

DISC 4

1. Concorde: Airport 79 -- Suite
2. Paraphrase -- from Kaleidoscope: Jazz Meets The Symphony #6
3. Panamericana -- from Gillespiana
4. Once a Thief -- from Jazz Goes To Hollywood
5. Resonances -- from Esperanto
6. Montuno -- from Latin Jazz Suite
7. People Alone - The Competition -- from Jazz Goes to Hollywood
8. Intersections -- from Intersections: Jazz Meets The Symphony #5
9. Agnus Dei -- from Jazz Mass
10. Toccata -- from Gillespiana
11. Mission: Impossible -- from Jazz Goes to Hollywood

This article is related to: Lalo Schifrin, Soundtrack


The Playlist

The obsessives' guide to contemporary cinema via film discussion, news, reviews, features, nostalgia, movie music, soundtracks, DVDs and more.


E-Mail Updates