The Hollywood Cinema Orchestra - Music Composed By Elmer Bernstein "From The Terrace" And "The Liberation Of L.B. Jones"
- Performer: The Hollywood Cinema Orchestra
- Title: Music Composed By Elmer Bernstein "From The Terrace" And "The Liberation Of L.B. Jones"
- Genre: SoundTracks
- Country: Europe
- Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album
- Style: Soundtrack
- Label: Cinema Records
- Cat#: LP-8009
- MP3 album: 1056 mb
- FLAC album: 1416 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 476
|1||From The Terrace|
|2||The Liberation Of L.B. Jones|
- Written-By – Elmer Bernstein
Side A consists of untitled songs from "From The Terrace", side B consists of untitled songs from "The Liberation Of L.B. Jones"
Join the largest film music community on the web. Elmer Bernstein. Cinema Records. Release info. Movie Released: 1970 Format: Vinyl. Elmer Bernstein conducts music from the great romantic films: 1. Gone with the Wind. Around the World in 80 Days. From the Terrace Elmer Bernstein, 1960 Twentieth Century FSM Vol. 3 No. Love Theme. The Ghost and Mrs. Muir Conducted by Elmer Bernstein, 1976 Composed by Bernard Herrman Filmmusic 4. Prelude, Local Train, The Sea. The Ghost, The Storm, The Apparition. Side A consists of untitled songs from From The Terrace, side B consists of untitled songs from The Liberation Of L. Here's a selection of the grooviest tracks featured on The Liberation Of L. Carol Kaye presumably on Bass guitar . The Blues Brothers. The Great Escape. The Age of Innocence. Sweet Smell of Success. Animal House. Trading Places. Bringing Out the Dead. Wild Wild West. The Magnificent Seven. Far from Heaven. My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown. The Black Cauldron. The Ten Commandments. Three Amigos The Rainmaker. The Liberation of L. Jones - Elmer Bernstein Cinema Records LP-8009, 1969. Tracklist Track 01 Track 02 Track 03 Track 04 Track 05 Track 06 Track 07 Track 08 Track 09 Track 10 Track 11 Track 12. I've scoured the internet for any info but there doesn't seem to be any. If there surfaces new info or word of a CD pressing please post it here. This music is Baaadassss The beautiful coverpic was made over at the blog Frankly Yes aka Isbumsplace that's dedicated to resurrect the lost and rare to the public. Elmer Bernstein New York City, 1922 april 4, Ojai California, 18 August 2004 was an American composer best known for his music for the movies The Magnificent Seven 1960, The Ten Commandments, The Man with The Golden Arm, To Kill a Mockingbird, Ghostbusters and The Great Escape. In the 1950s he was one of the victims of senator Joseph McCarthys actions against artists with left-wing sympathies. He ended up on the ' grey list ' so that he has no large orders got more. One of the most influential-and prolific-composers for American films, Elmer Bernstein has created some of the most memorable movie scores of all time. It is hard to imagine such great films as The Magnificent Seven 1960 and To Kill a Mockingbird 1962 without the distinctive musical backdrops woven by Bernstein. Somewhat ironically, the only Bernstein score to win an Academy Award was the one he wrote for Thoroughly Modern Millie 1967, hardly his most innovative or memorable work. Over the half century that Bernstein has been composing for film and television, he has written the musica. Elmer Bernstein was educated at the Walden School and New York University. He served in the US Army. Born: April 4, 1922 Died: August 18, 2004 age 82. The Hollywood Palace 1966. Hollywood a Go Go 1965. The Hallelujah Trail 1965. A Rough Sketch for a Proposed Film Dealing with the Powers of Ten and the Relative Size of Things in the Universe 1968. A Computer Glossary 1968. Julia 1968. Скачать Elmer Bernstein - Music Composed By Elmer released on the infamous Cinema label, Bernstein's excellent funky jazz soundtrack for obscure blaxploitation film 'The Liberation of L. Jones' takes up an entire side of an LP otherwise devoted to a typical genre soundtrack to Paul Newman's hit movie 'From The Terrace'. The music for LB Jones is a revelation - tight, brassy, bright and groovy, it's up there with Bullitt in feel and pace. Sometimes using organ, sometimes sax, but always groovy, this is a release not to be missed although the LP is now hard to find. The persistent rumour about this rele