Jazz in Film

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Jazz in Film
Jazz in Film.jpg
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
Terence Blanchard chronology
The Heart Speaks
(1996)The Heart Speaks1996
Jazz in Film
(1999)
Wandering Moon
(2000)Wandering Moon2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Jazz in Film is a studio album by American tumpeter Terence Blanchard released on March 2, 1999 via Sony Records.[2]

Background[edit]

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, including veteran saxophonist Joe Henderson and pianist Kenny Kirkland, amongst others, backed by a string orchestra arranged by Blanchard.[3]

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. "Anatomy 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 7 8 9 recorded on March 17–18, 1998; Tracks 1 4 5 on April 7, 1998.

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Terence Blanchard - Jazz in Film". Discogs. discogs.com. Retrieved 12 December 2016. 
  3. ^ KOPP, ED (May 1, 1999). "Terence Blanchard: Jazz In Film". All About Jazz. allaboutjazz.com. Retrieved 12 December 2016. 

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