Jazz in Film

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Jazz in Film
Studio album by Terence Blanchard
Released March 2, 1999
Recorded March 17-18, 1998
Signet Soundelux, Los Angeles
April 7, 1998
Clinton Recording Studios, Studio B, New York City
Genre Jazz
Length 68:19
Label Sony
SK 60671
Producer Terence Blanchard
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Jazz in Film is a studio album by Terence Blanchard released in 1999 on Sony Records. The album was meant to be a portrait of jazz in cinema history, a way to chronicle the evolution of jazz score from the late 1940s to present day, and features highly influential themes from classics like Anatomy of a Murder, Taxi Driver and seminal noir The Man With the Golden Arm. Blanchard carves out a little space for himself, revisiting one of his compositions written for Spike Lee's Clockers. The albums features an all-star lineup; veteran saxophonist Joe Henderson and pianist Kenny Kirkland, amongst others.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "A Streetcar Named Desire" (Alex North) - 7:55
  2. "Chinatown" (Jerry Goldsmith) - 8:23
  3. "The Subterraneans" (André Previn) - 9:08
  4. "Anatony of a Murder" (Duke Ellington) - 8:25
  5. "The Pawnbroker" (Quincy Jones) - 7:02
  6. "Taxi Driver" (Bernard Herrmann) - 7:12
  7. "Degas' Racing World" (Ellington) - 7:57
  8. "Man With the Golden Arm" (Elmer Bernstein) - 4:13
  9. "Clockers" (Terence Blanchard) - 8:01

Tracks 2, 3, 6-9 recorded on March 17-18, 1998; 1, 4, 5 on April 7, 1998.

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review