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Astuarco
11-07-2015, 08:23 PM
JAZZ EN EL CINE NEGRO ESPAÑOL, 1958-1964 (JAZZ IN SPANISH NOIR CINEMA, 1958-1964)

Now, first things first. Here’s the link:

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Tracks

1. UN VASO DE WHISKY (José Solá) (Alto sax: Enrique Llobet; piano and whistling: José Solá)

2. A SANGRE FRÍA aka TRAMPA AL AMANECER (José Solá) (Trumpet: Joaquín Paps)

3. ALTAS VARIEDADES (José Solá)

4. 091, POLICÍA AL HABLA (Augusto Algueró)

5. JUVENTUD A LA INTEMPERIE (Enrique Escobar) (“Manhattan Blues” sung by Gloria Stewart)

6. LOS CUERVOS (José Solá)

7. REGRESA UN DESCONOCIDO (José Solá) (Alto sax: Ricard Roda)

8. NO DISPARES CONTRA MÍ (José Solá) (Alto sax: Ricard Roda; trumpet: Enrique Pericot)

9. ENSAYO GENERAL PARA LA MUERTE (José Solá)

10. A TIRO LIMPIO (Enrique Martínez Tudó) (Trumpet: Joaquín Paps)

11. EL SALARIO DEL CRIMEN (José Solá) (Alto sax: Vlady Bas)

Released in 2007, this is an anthology of jazz-flavoured themes for Spanish crime films made between 1958 and 1964, usually by Barcelona-based filmmakers such as Julio Coll, Francesc Rovira-Beleta, Juan Bosch, Ignacio F. Iquino and José María Nunes, as well as some Madrid figures, namely Julio Buchs and José María Forqué. They were all shot in black and white and many of them were conceived as vehicles for the actor Arturo Fernández.


The music is sometimes combined with dialogue and sound effects. All of the composers represented here were Catalan, but not necessarily active in Catalonia. The most represented figure here is José Solá (1930-2009) who would usually compose the whole score himself, although sometimes share the credit with the esteemed Xavier Monsalvatge, the latter of whom would be in charge of the non-jazz music. Other composers present here are Augusto Algueró (1934-2011), best known as a songwriter and pop arranger; Federico Martínez Tudó (1907-1975), and Enrique Escobar (1921-2004) who served as accountant and house composer for Ignacio F. Iquino’s IFI company from 1961 onwards.

The legend on the back cover reads:

“Towards the end of the fifties, Spanish cinema began a process of modernisation in order to be more in accordance with the trends that were dominant in Europe. This change was felt in both the scripts and the music scores, which included jazz for the first time. The music on this CD can be heard along with fragments of the original dialogue, which tinges the scores with an element of tension and mystery. Elsewhere, we have decided to leave the music speak for itself. Either way, listeners will be able to remember and listen to the jazz music that marked the beginnings of Spanish crime cinema.”


I’m sorry but I still don’t know how to upload images here. For images of the disc, see:

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For posters of the films themselves, see:

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Posted this in the wrong area and I don't know how to delete it. Can the administrator do so, please?

tehƧP@ƦKly†ANK™ -Ⅲ¼
11-07-2015, 08:31 PM
moved to download section.

Astuarco
11-07-2015, 08:34 PM
Thanks! Could you then delete the identical posxt below, please?

milesgloriosus
11-08-2015, 01:54 AM
Muchas gracias Astuarco.

Guideff
11-08-2015, 09:16 AM
Great share. We get a lot of coverage for US and Italian and UK noir, but don't get much of a look in elsewhere.
And thanks for the poster and cover links. Makes me want to see about getting hold of some. of the DVD's (hope there's english subtitles there).
Well I'm off to Amazon now.
Thanks again for the share. Appreciated.

JK5
11-08-2015, 11:25 AM
I suscribe totally, great share, very good surprise, I wish I could give you some informations to help you to upload your own images in your threads, but unfortunalety my english is too limited, may be a good soul will be able to take 5 minutes to explain to you. If not, I'll try to send you a private message...Thanks again!

Elkesipeplos
11-08-2015, 02:18 PM
Thanks. Scans would be appreciated also!

uncut1
11-08-2015, 02:19 PM
thank you

Guideff
11-08-2015, 06:24 PM
If this works the images should be below

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For posters of the films themselves will be after this (if this works)

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For posters of the films themselves

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If you like, tommorrow, I'll post instructions of how it's done.
It's not that difficult, but it is a proceedure that I actually got from this thread somewhere, but forget where.
But I'll try and explain as best I can tommorrow.
Hope this helps.

And again, Astuarco, thanks for a great share.

Guideff
11-09-2015, 12:10 PM
To get images from any web site onto your post, ( this is using windows 7)(and remember that this is only for images from a web page, not from your own computer files) first

1. make sure that your image is showing on a web page of it's own. (just right click on any image from the web and press 'view image' )

2. copy the whole address (eg. from your first image which was the cover [Only registered and activated users can see links])

3. go to your thread/post reply box and at the top row of icons and press the third from the right icon (should show up as 'insert image' when your mouse pointer hovers over it)
4. that should bring a 'insert image box'.
5. click on the 'From ulr' tag, which should bring up a blank text input (with ULR just above it)
6. should you find the box suddenly jump to the 'from computer' box just reclick the 'from ULR' tag and that should bring you back. (that happened a few times to me.)
7. Paste your saved/copied web address in the text space.
8. Most important now is that you now untick the 'Retrieve remote file and reference locally' box - or the whole thing won't work.
9. With the address pasted in, and the 'Retrieve remote file and reference locally' unticked, press ok.

10. if you're going to put another image under that one, I should click the enter from your key board to have a line blank or the next picture/s will end up smack under the previous one.

Hope this helps.
If I've confused anyone, feel free to query or correct me.

Astuarco
11-09-2015, 04:43 PM
Thanks, Guideff, for the advice and for the uploading of images.
Regarding the films themselves, the ones starring Arturo Fernández are out. They are, in fact, part of an Arturo Fernández pack. A TIRO LIMPIO is also on DVD. So are some Barcelona crime films not represented here, such as Iquino's BRIGADA CRIMINAL (music for small string ensemble by a very young Augusto Algueró). And others turn up on Spanish TV and have been recorded by fans, such as Julio Coll's NUNCA ES DEMASIADO TARDE (moody music by Xavier Monsalvatge, best known for his piano concerto and his cycle of West Indian songs, famously recorded by Montserrat Caballé and Sigi Weissenberg). But subs no: there are no English-friendly versions of these films as yet, as far as I know. Too bad: Coll's DISTRITO QUINTO (scored by Monsalvatge) is, IMO, such a good film... And I wish a decent version came out of Miquel Iglesias Bonns's THE FUGITIVE FROM ANTWERP, starring Howard Vernon as, rarely, a romantic lead (of sorts). I only have a VHS transfer of this.

Creedmoor
11-09-2015, 07:28 PM
Normally I try not to download soundtracks from films that I haven't seen. In this case, I may have to make an exception and work backwards. Thanks for this curiosity, Astuarco!

Kobayashi-Maru
11-10-2015, 12:28 PM
muchas gracias mi amigo !

delatecla
03-12-2016, 02:18 AM
thank you!

Uncle Bela
03-12-2016, 02:50 AM
Interesting share, looking forward to hearing it, thanks.

pedroppp
03-12-2016, 03:32 AM
Gracias

cafegogo
03-12-2016, 12:25 PM
Wonderful share! Thank you!

miniaturo
03-12-2016, 01:49 PM
juventud a la intemperie... hahha, thats a fantastic title

una rareza este disco, gracias compañero!

laohu
03-12-2016, 03:51 PM
thanks for the share

foscog
07-24-2016, 08:27 AM
Thanks

blackie74
08-06-2016, 06:21 AM
thanks

maxtv2
10-05-2016, 11:40 AM
Muchas gracias por tu esfuerzo.

daiku
12-16-2017, 06:32 PM
It's possible to re-up? Thanks in advance.

Astuarco
12-16-2017, 08:18 PM
Could you send me your email by PM, please? I'll send it to you by WeTransfer.

Looking back on it, I find it a lopsided selection: lots of Solá, not enough Martínez Tudó.

Astuarco
12-17-2017, 02:41 PM
To Gg070660. You've got to clear some space before I can send you anything.

daiku
12-19-2017, 08:37 AM
Link received. Thanks.