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Return of the Marquis de Sade

Label: Aleph Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Relaxin' at Charenton; A Lover's Mask; Come My Way; A Night in Venezia; The Marquis Is Back; Justine; Bach to the Blues; Eine Kleine Jazz Music; Madrigal (48:07).


Lalo Schifrin: Return of the Marquis de Sade

Read "Return of the Marquis de Sade" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Return of the Marquis de Sade (Aleph) After a number of big-band albums, most notably in the well-received “Jazz Meets the Symphony" series, composer / arranger / pianist Lalo Schifrin returns to a small(er)-group format for (most of) Return of the Marquis de Sade, an atmospheric sequel to his tongue-in-cheek album of more than three decades ...


Label: Aleph Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Pulsations; Resonances; Dance of the Harlequins; Millennium Blues; Tango Borealis; Invocations (69:42).

Jazz Goes to Hollywood

Label: Aleph Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Down Here on the Ground; The Cat; The Face of Love; The Cincinnati Kid; Street Lights; That Night; Mission: Impossible; People Alone; Once a Thief; Share the Dream; Bullitt; Blues for Basie; Insinuations; The Race Is On (66:21).


Lalo Schifrin: Jazz Goes to Hollywood

Read "Jazz Goes to Hollywood" reviewed by Jack Bowers

First, a round of applause to Lalo Schifrin for having introduced Jazz into so many of his film scores over the years. A number of his charming and well–crafted soundtrack themes have become best–selling hits for such Jazz artists as Jimmy Smith, Wes Montgomery and George Benson, which is a remarkable phenomenon in light of the ...


Lalo Schifrin: Esperanto

Read "Esperanto" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Composer / conductor Lalo Schifrin has chosen an interesting name for this ambitious work — a concerto grosso in six movements for big band and soloists — using Ludwig Zamenhof’s Esperanto as a metaphor from which to advance his belief that there is indeed a universal language, but that language is music, not esperanto or any ...


Label: Aleph Records
Released: 1999


Lalo Schifrin: Mannix

Read "Mannix" reviewed by Douglas Payne

Here is the music that has - until now - been something like the Holy Grail in Lalo Schifrin's catalog. The original 1969 Paramount LP is one of the composer's best and most dynamic collections of sounds. But it's proven to be too expensive or too impossible for fans to locate. Even the composer himself has ...


Label: Aleph Records
Released: 1998


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