|Lalo Schifrin - Bullitt
|Soundtrack album by Lalo Schifrin
||December 6 & 7, 1968 Hollywood, California
||Film score, jazz fusion
||Warner Bros. (WS 1777)
|Lalo Schifrin chronology
"Bullitt" is a soundtrack album to the motion picture Bullitt, by Argentine composer, pianist and conductor Lalo Schifrin, recorded in 1968 and released on the Warner Bros. label. The tracks released on the album are alternate versions of those heard in the film and were re-recorded at the film producers' insistence for a more "pop" oriented soundtrack.
The Allmusic review states "Everything on the album is visually evocative the way good soundtrack music should be, yet the individual cuts are tight and melodic enough to hold up to repeated listens. The end result is a soundtrack that succeeds both as a film score and a stand-alone album. This unique combination makes Bullitt one of the finest achievements in the Lalo Schifrin catalog and one of the best action film scores ever written".
All compositions by Lalo Schifrin except as indicated
- "Bullitt (Main Title)" (2:08)
- "Room "26"" (2:23)
- "Hotel Daniels" (2:53)
- "The Aftermath of Love" (2:49)
- "Music to Interrogate By" (2:50)
- "On the Way to San Mateo" (2:31)
- "Ice Pick Mike" (3:00)
- "A Song for Cathy" (2:13)
- "Shifting Gears" (3:17)
- "Cantata for Combo" (3:05)
- "The First Snowfall" (3:03) – Sonny Burke, PaulFrancis Webster
- "Bullitt (End Title)" (2:39)
- Recorded in Hollywood, California on December 6 and 7, 1968.
- Lalo Schifrin – arranger, conductor
- John Audino, Bud Brisbois, Tony Terran – trumpet, flugelhorn
- Milt Bernhart, Dick Noel, Lloyd Ulyate, Lew McCreary – trombone
- Bud Shank, Ronnie Lang, Gene Cipriano, Bill Perkins, Jack Nimitz – reeds
- Mike Melvoin – piano, organ
- Mike Deasy, Howard Roberts, Bob Bain – guitar
- Ray Brown – bass
- Carol Kaye, Max Bennett – electric bass
- Stan Levey – drums
- Larry Bunker – percussion
- Unknown strings
- Robert Helfer – orchestra manager
- Dick Hazard, George Del Barrio – arranger
Lalo Schifrin - Bullitt (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
U.S. Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records WS 1777 stereo (1969).
This record for sale is a modern re-press of the soundtrack album, first released in 1969.
Album produced by Jimmy Hilliard.
The vinyl record attains a Mint- grading, suggesting very few plays.
Audio quality is very clear and strong throughout.
Both record centre labels are clean, unmarked, and free from tears, stains or stickers.
The album cover is in excellent condition, displaying only minimal signs of wear.
The album cover has a strong, undamaged spine, displaying very clear, printed script.