Bullitt [Re-Recording]

Bullitt [Re-Recording]

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by Lalo Schifrin

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Product Details

Release Date:
Aleph Records


Album Credits

Performance Credits

Lalo Schifrin   Primary Artist
John Goldsby   Electric Bass,Acoustic Bass
Rick Kiefer   Trumpet
Koji Paul Shigihara   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Rob Bruynen   Trumpet
Andy Haderer   Trumpet
Bernt Laukamp   Trombone
Olivier Peters   Flute,Alto Flute,Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Rolf Romer   Flute,Alto Flute,Bass Flute,Tenor Saxophone
Heiner Wiberny   Flute,Alto Flute,Alto Saxophone
Jens Neufang   Bass Clarinet,Alto Flute,Bass Flute,Baritone Saxophone
Ludwig Nuss   Trombone
Hans Dekker   Percussion,Drums
Christopher Dell   Marimbas,Xylophone,Vibes
Michael Schmidt   Percussion
Ulla Van Daelen   Harp
Albert Jung   Cello
Mischa Salevic   Violin
Tom Kipp   Tape

Technical Credits

Lalo Schifrin   Producer
Nick Redman   Liner Notes
Wolfgang Hirschmann   Producer
Reinhold Nickel   Engineer
Donna Schifrin   Executive Producer
Theresa Eastman   Art Direction

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Bullitt [Music from the Motion Picture] 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Any time a Hollywood composer like Lalo Schifrin revisits his work from 30 years ago and records it again with such verve and clarity I'll give 'em five stars. Here Schifrin and the West Deutsche Rundfunk Big Band give us multiple takes on many of the film's cues. Track 1, ''Bullitt Main Title (movie version) has never sounded better. It has a kind of punch and drive you don't hear even on the new Warner DVD of the film, though WB generously went back and remastered the original monaural music track for stereo surround. My only disappointment on this CD is Track 4, ''Cantata for Combo.'' The instrumentation is similar to what's in the film, but this clunker is simply not the same piece. Fortunately one can listen to the original soaring, grooving flute and bass number in the Coffee Canata scene on the DVD. There's almost no dialog or effects to get in the way. Quintessential Lalo!