Jazz Goes to Hollywood

The twentieth century gave birth to two art forms: cinema and jazz. The masses embraced them as new manifestations of the collective memory and universal expression. Different sounds and images appeared and new technologies made their diffusion possible.
Jazz musicians created not only their own music, but improvised on popular, classical, or religious themes, transforming them into their own artistic needs. The special magic of screenwriters contributed to the translation of novels, plays, and folk stories into the film medium.

- Lalo Schifrin, from the liner notes

Includes music from:
Cool Hand Luke
Joy House
The Osterman Weekend
The Cincinnati Kid
Challenger's Gold
The Fox
Mission: Impossible
The Competition
Once a Thief
Manhattan Merengue
Bullitt
Roller Coaster
Golden Needles

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