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laohu
02-23-2015, 08:21 PM
Jazz on Film - Crime Jazz! (2014, FLAC)

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Music From
Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer (1984) [TV Series]
Checkmate (1960) [TV Series]
Shotgun Slade (1959) [TV Series]
Mr. Lucky (1959) [TV Series]
The Untouchables (1959) [TV Series]
Johnny Staccato (1959) [TV Series]
Hawaiian Eye (1959) [TV Series]
Bourbon Street Beat (1959) [TV Series]
Peter Gunn (1958) [TV Series]
Naked City (1958) [TV Series]
77 Sunset Strip (1958) [TV Series]
M Squad (1957) [TV Series]
Richard Diamond, Private Detective (1957) [TV Series]




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Film scholar David Butler reckons that by the early 1950s movie jazz had become “a convenient way to impart specific meanings to the audience.” In particular, jazz served as a cinematic signal for sex and violence. Hollywood habitually associated this music with crime and if not crime then vice and if not vice then at least delinquency or degeneracy of some sort. In movies and TV, jazz accompanied the entire sordid range of police-blotter behavior, from gambling, prostitution and drug addiction to theft, assault, murder and capital punishment.

During the remainder of the decade, Hollywood’s hothouse of havoc cultivated a full-grown (some would say overgrown) musical subspecies. Ultimately, crime jazz was a developmental dead end, one of those branches on the evolutionary tree that led nowhere. Yet this infertile offshoot gave 1950s jazz a notoriety that was impossible to ignore. For jazz, however briefly, crime paid.


‘Crime jazz captured the mood not only of our post-war cities, but of a character as distinctly American as the cowboy – that soulful, solitary seeker of justice, the private eye.’

Remastered and collected here for the first time in their entirity this Unique and rare collection showcases some of the finest music and memorable U.S TV shows of a generation…

Introducing for the first time ever on CD!

CHECKMATE ~ JOHNNY WILLIAMS ORCHESTRA
SHOTGUN SLADE ~ STANLEY WILSON ORCHESTRA
THE NAKED CITY ~ GEORGE DUNING
RICHARD DIAMOND ~ PETE RUGOLO
BOURBON STREET BEAT ~ DON RALKE

The box set also includes:
77 SUNSET STRIP & HAWAIIAN EYE ~ WARREN BARKER
M~SQUAD ~ STANLEY WILSON
STACCATO ~ ELMER BERNSTEIN
MICKEY’S SPILLANES MIKE HAMMER ~ STAN PURDY ORCHESTRA
MUSIC FROM MIKE HAMMER ~ SKIP MARTIN
THE UNTOUCHABLES ~ NELSON RIDDLE
PETER GUNN & MR LUCKY & MR LUCKY GOES LATIN ~ HENRY MANCINI

The 1950’s a new style of musical score was introduced to film soundtracks & T.V… Previously, film music meant sweeping orchestral themes or traditional Broadway-style musicals. With the growing popularity of bebop and hard bop as the sound of urban cool, studios began latching onto the now beat as a way to make their movies seem gritty or “street.” Jazz was used for all sorts of film and television shows, it seemed to meld best with stories of danger—hard-nosed detective tales, studies of urban corruption, or spy thrillers.

KWB
02-23-2015, 08:27 PM
Fantastic!!!

I've been waiting for this one,my friend. I can't possibly thank you enough,Sir.

KWB
02-23-2015, 09:56 PM
I remember watching 77 Sunset Strip as a small boy on weekly network TV(ABC,I think) and presently had no idea at least some of it was recorded in stereo. That some of these stereo recordings also survived to this day is nothing short of incredible.

Mr laohu rates 10 out of 10 for sharing this treasure load of gems.

Edit: The vast majority of this 8 CD compilation is in true stereo. 12 tracks from CD7 were recorded fat mono,remastered into stereo. Only 5 tracks from CD3,all of CD4 and 13 tracks from CD7 are in dead mono. What a bonanza of a find for me.

it15
02-24-2015, 01:44 AM
Great share, thanks!

shortywallach
02-24-2015, 06:51 AM
Thank you for this magnificent compilation!

pjmontana
02-24-2015, 07:18 AM
Thank you, laohu for this great compilation in FLAC.

Guideff
02-24-2015, 07:40 AM
Great collection. I remember the tv shows well. Well done for the nostalgia. Thanks for the share, greatly appreciated.

jakegittis
02-24-2015, 08:05 AM
thanks for the share.

gerson55
02-24-2015, 08:10 AM
Absolutely brilliant! thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ttube
02-24-2015, 11:01 AM
A gem!

samy013
02-24-2015, 07:42 PM
Thank you share!

basic-instinct
02-24-2015, 07:56 PM
The serie JAZZ ON FILMS includes:

The Original Jazz on Film... Film Noir (Vol.1)

High Quality MP3 Digital Download of complete 5-CD Box Set
A set of 7 of the most exciting movie scores in the Hollywood Film Noir era.

A Streetcar Named Desire (Alex North)
Private Hell 36 (Leith Stevens)
The Man with the Golden Arm (Elmer Bernstein)
Sweet Smell of Success(Elmer Bernstein/Chico Hamilton)
Touch of Evil (Henry Mancini)
Anatomy of A Murder (Duke Ellington)
Odds Against Tomorrow (John Lewis)

HERE ([Only registered and activated users can see links] itle=[kickass.to]jazz.on.film.film.noir) Torrent


The Original Jazz on Film... Beat, Square & Cool (Vol.2)

High Quality MP3 Digital Download of complete 5-CD Box Set
A set of 8 of the greatest jazz film scores ever made.

The Wild One (Leith Stevens/Shorty Rogers)
Crime in the Streets (Franz Waxman)
I Want to Live (Johnny Mandel)
Les Tricheurs (Norman Granz’ JATP)
Paris Blues (Duke Ellington)
The Subterraneans (André Previn)
Shadows (Charles Mingus)
The Connection (Freddie Redd)



French New Wave
Original Remastered Jazz On Film Recordings 1957-62

Collected together here for the first time in a specially themed 5-CD box set are seven of the essential jazz film scores recorded in the revolutionary New Wave era of French cinema between the late 1950s and early 1960s.


No Sun in Venice (Modern Jazz Quartet)
Lift to the Scaffold (Miles Davis)
Les Liaisons Dangereuses/ Des Femmes Dispairaissent (Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers)
Breathless (Martial Solal)
Un Temoin Dans La Ville (Barney Wilen)
Eva (Michel Legrand)

swalker
01-07-2016, 02:47 AM
Thank you laohu for this fantastic share! Its really a shame that many of the tv shows that the music come from are not available to see on any tv channel today.

mediterraneobcn
05-15-2016, 06:03 AM
Jazz on Film - Crime Jazz! (2014, FLAC)

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Music From
Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer (1984) [TV Series]
Checkmate (1960) [TV Series]
Shotgun Slade (1959) [TV Series]
Mr. Lucky (1959) [TV Series]
The Untouchables (1959) [TV Series]
Johnny Staccato (1959) [TV Series]
Hawaiian Eye (1959) [TV Series]
Bourbon Street Beat (1959) [TV Series]
Peter Gunn (1958) [TV Series]
Naked City (1958) [TV Series]
77 Sunset Strip (1958) [TV Series]
M Squad (1957) [TV Series]
Richard Diamond, Private Detective (1957) [TV Series]




[Only registered and activated users can see links]!6ZwR2RqZ!1VmLbX7IOktU05fcqokk-8VhbrXm_QUKngRPAJQW57Q


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---------- Post added at 02:21 AM ---------- Previous post was at 02:21 AM ----------

Film scholar David Butler reckons that by the early 1950s movie jazz had become “a convenient way to impart specific meanings to the audience.” In particular, jazz served as a cinematic signal for sex and violence. Hollywood habitually associated this music with crime and if not crime then vice and if not vice then at least delinquency or degeneracy of some sort. In movies and TV, jazz accompanied the entire sordid range of police-blotter behavior, from gambling, prostitution and drug addiction to theft, assault, murder and capital punishment.

During the remainder of the decade, Hollywood’s hothouse of havoc cultivated a full-grown (some would say overgrown) musical subspecies. Ultimately, crime jazz was a developmental dead end, one of those branches on the evolutionary tree that led nowhere. Yet this infertile offshoot gave 1950s jazz a notoriety that was impossible to ignore. For jazz, however briefly, crime paid.


‘Crime jazz captured the mood not only of our post-war cities, but of a character as distinctly American as the cowboy – that soulful, solitary seeker of justice, the private eye.’

Remastered and collected here for the first time in their entirity this Unique and rare collection showcases some of the finest music and memorable U.S TV shows of a generation…

Introducing for the first time ever on CD!

CHECKMATE ~ JOHNNY WILLIAMS ORCHESTRA
SHOTGUN SLADE ~ STANLEY WILSON ORCHESTRA
THE NAKED CITY ~ GEORGE DUNING
RICHARD DIAMOND ~ PETE RUGOLO
BOURBON STREET BEAT ~ DON RALKE

The box set also includes:
77 SUNSET STRIP & HAWAIIAN EYE ~ WARREN BARKER
M~SQUAD ~ STANLEY WILSON
STACCATO ~ ELMER BERNSTEIN
MICKEY’S SPILLANES MIKE HAMMER ~ STAN PURDY ORCHESTRA
MUSIC FROM MIKE HAMMER ~ SKIP MARTIN
THE UNTOUCHABLES ~ NELSON RIDDLE
PETER GUNN & MR LUCKY & MR LUCKY GOES LATIN ~ HENRY MANCINI

The 1950’s a new style of musical score was introduced to film soundtracks & T.V… Previously, film music meant sweeping orchestral themes or traditional Broadway-style musicals. With the growing popularity of bebop and hard bop as the sound of urban cool, studios began latching onto the now beat as a way to make their movies seem gritty or “street.” Jazz was used for all sorts of film and television shows, it seemed to meld best with stories of danger—hard-nosed detective tales, studies of urban corruption, or spy thrillers.

Thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!!

lounge legend
05-15-2016, 12:56 PM
thanks

delatecla
05-15-2016, 01:22 PM
great thanks!

FraGo
05-15-2016, 01:50 PM
Wooooow!! This is amazing!
Thank you very much :)

Darth Sphincter
07-19-2016, 12:00 AM
Thanks again Iaohu!

dooj17
07-19-2016, 06:19 AM
Awesome - thanks!

tiger7890
12-31-2016, 07:25 AM
Could you re-upload a link if it's still available? Thank you in advance.

Three Wishes
01-01-2017, 08:44 AM
Hi laohu, please re-up. Thanks in advance. ;-)

Update: No longer available from laohu.

Could someone from this thread, please do a re upload? Kindly appreciate it ;-)

oosoul
01-02-2017, 03:41 PM
Jazz on Film - Crime Jazz! (2014, FLAC)

[Only registered and activated users can see links]


Music From
Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer (1984) [TV Series]
Checkmate (1960) [TV Series]
Shotgun Slade (1959) [TV Series]
Mr. Lucky (1959) [TV Series]
The Untouchables (1959) [TV Series]
Johnny Staccato (1959) [TV Series]
Hawaiian Eye (1959) [TV Series]
Bourbon Street Beat (1959) [TV Series]
Peter Gunn (1958) [TV Series]
Naked City (1958) [TV Series]
77 Sunset Strip (1958) [TV Series]
M Squad (1957) [TV Series]
Richard Diamond, Private Detective (1957) [TV Series]




[Only registered and activated users can see links]!6ZwR2RqZ!1VmLbX7IOktU05fcqokk-8VhbrXm_QUKngRPAJQW57Q


[Only registered and activated users can see links] ([Only registered and activated users can see links])

---------- Post added at 02:21 AM ---------- Previous post was at 02:21 AM ----------

Film scholar David Butler reckons that by the early 1950s movie jazz had become “a convenient way to impart specific meanings to the audience.” In particular, jazz served as a cinematic signal for sex and violence. Hollywood habitually associated this music with crime and if not crime then vice and if not vice then at least delinquency or degeneracy of some sort. In movies and TV, jazz accompanied the entire sordid range of police-blotter behavior, from gambling, prostitution and drug addiction to theft, assault, murder and capital punishment.

During the remainder of the decade, Hollywood’s hothouse of havoc cultivated a full-grown (some would say overgrown) musical subspecies. Ultimately, crime jazz was a developmental dead end, one of those branches on the evolutionary tree that led nowhere. Yet this infertile offshoot gave 1950s jazz a notoriety that was impossible to ignore. For jazz, however briefly, crime paid.


‘Crime jazz captured the mood not only of our post-war cities, but of a character as distinctly American as the cowboy – that soulful, solitary seeker of justice, the private eye.’

Remastered and collected here for the first time in their entirity this Unique and rare collection showcases some of the finest music and memorable U.S TV shows of a generation…

Introducing for the first time ever on CD!

CHECKMATE ~ JOHNNY WILLIAMS ORCHESTRA
SHOTGUN SLADE ~ STANLEY WILSON ORCHESTRA
THE NAKED CITY ~ GEORGE DUNING
RICHARD DIAMOND ~ PETE RUGOLO
BOURBON STREET BEAT ~ DON RALKE

The box set also includes:
77 SUNSET STRIP & HAWAIIAN EYE ~ WARREN BARKER
M~SQUAD ~ STANLEY WILSON
STACCATO ~ ELMER BERNSTEIN
MICKEY’S SPILLANES MIKE HAMMER ~ STAN PURDY ORCHESTRA
MUSIC FROM MIKE HAMMER ~ SKIP MARTIN
THE UNTOUCHABLES ~ NELSON RIDDLE
PETER GUNN & MR LUCKY & MR LUCKY GOES LATIN ~ HENRY MANCINI

The 1950’s a new style of musical score was introduced to film soundtracks & T.V… Previously, film music meant sweeping orchestral themes or traditional Broadway-style musicals. With the growing popularity of bebop and hard bop as the sound of urban cool, studios began latching onto the now beat as a way to make their movies seem gritty or “street.” Jazz was used for all sorts of film and television shows, it seemed to meld best with stories of danger—hard-nosed detective tales, studies of urban corruption, or spy thrillers.

Still available?

Thanks, please!!!!!

hcb
02-26-2017, 01:49 AM
Any chance of a re-up?

Abramelin
06-15-2019, 03:51 PM
2 years later, the possibility of a reupload in lossless seems very slim :(