Lalo Schifrin Jazz Meets

Lalo Schifrin - Jazz Meets the Symphony (1999) {4CD set with 1 Bonus CD Aleph Records Aleph 012}

Lalo Schifrin - Jazz Meets the Symphony (1999) {4CD set with 1 Bonus CD Aleph Records Aleph 012}
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© 1999 Aleph Records | Aleph 012 / 51702 63342
Jazz / Third Stream / Piano / Bop / Modern Post Bebop / Modern Arrangement

Here's yet another composer-performer who abhors the idea of building walls and fences between musical cultures. He's been carrying on parallel activities in the jazz and classical worlds ever since he was a youth in his native Argentina. Schifrin has composed a series of suites putting such jazz greats as Ray Brown and Grady Tate together with the London Philharmonic in a mix of originals, arrangements of standards, and several 13-14 minute tributes to the giants of jazz.
Lalo Schifrin - Lalo Schifrin & Friends (2007) {Aleph Records 039}

Lalo Schifrin - Lalo Schifrin & Friends (2007) {Aleph Records 039}
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© 2007 Aleph Records | 039
Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Third Stream / Piano / Modern Post Bebop

Lalo Schifrin turned 75 on June 21, 2007. In anticipation of that milestone, he convened the recording session for this album a little less than three months earlier, on March 30, 2007, intending to return to his first love of acoustic jazz. The sextet making up the pianist/composer's friends here includes saxophonist James Moody, James Morrison on trumpet and trombone, guitarist Dennis Budimir, bass player Brian Bromberg, and Alex Acuña on drums and percussion. It's an accomplished lineup, and Schifrin wrote and arranged material to showcase the players, beginning with the standard "Besame Mucho," on which Morrison's trumpet takes the lion's share of space.
Lalo Schifrin - There's A Whole Lalo Schifrin Goin' On (1968) {Dot Records-Universal 534 293 8 rel 2013}

Lalo Schifrin - There's A Whole Lalo Schifrin Goin' On (1968) {Dot Records-Universal 534 293 8 rel 2013}
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© 1968, 2013 Dot Records / EmArcy / Universal | 534 293 8
Jazz / Third Stream / Piano / Modern Post Bebop / Stage & Screen / Modern Arrangement

Though it may seem unlikely that Frank Zappa had much of an influence on the work of Lalo Schifrin, one can detect some cultural crossover on There's a Whole Lalo Schifrin Goin' On. Schifrin was as much a jazz-pop genius as ever, but on this album rock rhythms, musical satire, sound effects, and exotica are all used as camp in a way that is eerily reminiscent of Zappa's more thoughtful efforts. Schifrin being Schifrin, every cut has a distinct and catchy melody, but there are whimsical and satirical themes embedded in the music. Nowhere is this more obvious than in "Hawks Vs. Doves," in which a cheery carnival-like theme is played in counterpoint to a martial air, each interfering with the other.
Lalo Schifrin - Cool Hand Luke: Original Soundtrack Recording (1967/2001)

Lalo Schifrin - Cool Hand Luke: Original Soundtrack Recording (1967/2001)
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Genre: Soundtrack, Score | Label: Aleph Records | # Aleph Records 022 | Time: 00:56:27

With an iconic, Academy Award®-nominated lead performance by Paul Newman as the free spirit who refuses to be broken by cruel Southern justice, director Stuart Rosenberg's Cool Hand Luke has rightly taken its place as a modern American classic. One of the key elements to the film's deft balance of drama and humor is also its most unlikely: the Oscar®-nominated score of Argentine-born composer Lalo Schifrin. As he's done throughout a career that's moved gracefully between jazz recordings, classical podiums, and scoring stages, Schifrin's music fuses seemingly disparate genres–bluegrass, symphonic, rhythmic jazz–into a soundtrack that evokes them all yet becomes distinctly more than the sum of its parts. Given that gratifying sensibility, it's a soundtrack full of surprising twists and turns, crackling with energy. Such is its dynamic nature that one reedited cut ("Tar Sequence") has taken on a second life as the ubiquitous "Eyewitness News" theme music at local TV stations across America.
Lalo Schifrin - My Life in Music (2012) {4CD Boxset Aleph Records 047}

Lalo Schifrin - My Life in Music (2012) {4CD Boxset Aleph Records 047}
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© 2012 Aleph Records | 047
Jazz / Classical / Stage & Screen / Soundtracks / Bop / Chamber Music

Aleph Records is proud to release Lalo Schifrin: My Life in Music, a four-CD boxed set of music from the legendary composer's career in film, jazz, and classical music. The set features music from three-dozen films, jazz and symphonic pieces composed by Schifrin, and unreleased music from films including Charley Varrick, The Beguiled, Joe Kidd, and Coogan's Bluff. Along with over five hours worth of music, a forty-eight page book is included with archival photos and notes.
Various Artists - Jazz On Disques Vogue: The Perfect Collection - 35 Original Albums (2013) {20CD Sony Music Box Set}

Various Artists - Jazz On Disques Vogue: The Perfect Collection - 35 Original Albums (2013) {20CD Sony Music Box Set}
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© 2013 Sony Music / Legacy / Disques Vogue | 88725443772
Jazz / Cool / Bop / Swing / Mainstream Jazz / Early European Modern Jazz

This incredible box sets collects 35 early Jazz albums released on the legendary French Jazz labels: Disques Vogue founded in 1947 and its subsidiary Swing, which was originally established in Paris in 1937 by Charles Delaunay and passed to Vogue in 1948. The music was recorded during the first post WWII decade (1947-1957) and features both American Jazz artists, who visited France or lived in France at the time as well as European Jazz artists. Paris was at the time the European Jazz center, which corresponded splendidly with its status as the European intellectual center, which produced dramatic and groundbreaking developments in European Philosophy, Plastic Arts, Cinema, Literature and of course music. Most of these albums were originally released on 10-inch LPs, which had a time limit under half an hour, and therefore they are arranged here to span over 20 CDs, each well over an hour long. The music was beautifully remastered and sounds remarkably fresh and vibrant.

Lalo Schifrin - More Jazz meets the Symphony  Music

Posted by calangas at Dec. 24, 2007
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Lalo Schifrin - More Jazz meets the Symphony
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Breaking the long-standing curse of sequels, the second installment of Schifrin's Jazz Meets the Symphony series is even better than the first. For one thing, Schifrin was able to place his own distinctive orchestral stamp more firmly upon these arrangements, sometimes reaching into his bag of tricks familiar to us from his film cues.
Lalo Schifrin - The Mean Season: Original MGM Motion Picture Soundtrack (1985) Intrada Special Limited Edition 2010 [Re-Up]

Lalo Schifrin - The Mean Season: Original MGM Motion Picture Soundtrack (1985)
Intrada Special Collection, Limited Edition 2010

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Soundtrack, Score | Label: Intrada | # Special Collection Volume ISC 138 | Time: 01:17:52

Pure delight for Lalo Schifrin fans! World premiere of exciting soundtrack for Phillip Borsos crime thriller with Kurt Russell, Mariel Hemingway, Andy Garcia. Schifrin spins web of suspense, then unleashes wild excitement for full orchestra. Along way are detours into classic Schifrin jazz. Dynamic main title is one of several highlights, with scorching trumpet in lead. Haunting closing music ("Christine") also features trumpet. Composer wrote some 45 minutes of score with thematic development but also wrote over half hour of tiny fragments, transitions, stingers. We have assembled "the album" portion with maximum listening in mind but also include every short cue, fragment in "the extras" section of CD, plus roadmap in notes for those wishing to dispense with tighter album listening and instead program entire 77-minute score in sequence. Intrada was given access to actual 32-track digital session masters vaulted by MGM in pristine condition, allowing us to create brand new two-track digital stereo mixes of every cue!

Lalo Schifrin - Letters From Argentina (2006)  Music

Posted by SuniR at June 13, 2017
Lalo Schifrin - Letters From Argentina (2006)

Lalo Schifrin - Letters From Argentina (2006)
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Latin Jazz, Tango, Instrumental | Label: Alerh Records

Lalo Schifrin has a significant commercial presence in the U.S. and Europe, with a strong following for jazzy soundtrack music like the immortal theme for the old Mission: Impossible television series. He remains active as a Hollywood soundtrack composer (Rush Hour and Bringing Down the House are among his productions), but, like Ennio Morricone, he has also found room for more or less experimental non-soundtrack projects of his own. Even many of his fans may not realize that he came from Argentina and retains strong ties to that country.
Lalo Schifrin - Caveman: Original MGM Motion Picture Soundtrack (1981) CD Release 2005 [Re-Up]

Lalo Schifrin - Caveman: Original MGM Motion Picture Soundtrack (1981) CD Release 2005
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Soundtrack, Score, Classical | Label: Aleph Records | # 032 | 00:54:11

A movie as appealing and savory as the heaping piles of dinosaur sh*t that pass for its sight gags, 1980's Caveman ranks among the worst bombs Hollywood ever produced. Though a vehicle for Ringo Starr, the erstwhile Beatle did not record the film's soundtrack, with that, uh, "honor" going to the great screen composer Lalo Schifrin. Somehow Schifrin manages to rise above it all – especially given the circumstances, his Caveman score ain't half bad: though its epic sweep would have been far better suited for a movie worth watching, this is the kind of melodramatic score harking back to Hollywood's golden era, complete with eruptions of brass and strings. And in keeping with the prehistoric plot, there's even a tribal energy to the percussion – sounds silly, but it works.