8603Re: [RedHotJazz] Re: Sweet Emma
- Apr 28 2:40 AMThe soundtrack album was on MGM but whether it actually includes this seems
open to interpretation. I guess not. Here¹s how the album appears in Walter
Bruyninckx¹s current 93 Years of Recorded Jazz at Lalo Schiffrin. The entry
gives me the profound feeling that no one has ever listened to the record:
-The Cincinnati Kid- : unknown orchestra with Lalo Schifrin
(p,arr,comp,cond) Ray Charles (vcl-1) poss incl. George "Kid Sheik" Cola,
Punch Miller (tp) Jim Robinson (tb) George Lewis (cl) Emanuel Paul (ts)
Hollywood, Ca., October 27, 1965
65-XY-94-3 The Cincinnati Kid (inst) MGM E4313, MGM SE4742
65-XY-95-9 Dialogue in the rain -
65-XY-96-2 Melba -
65-XY-97-3 The man -
65-XY-98-4 Shooter -
65-XY-99-7 New Orleans procession -
-6 The Cincinnati Kid (slow version)(unissued)
-3 So many times (*) -
-5 The Cincinnati (1,*) - , ABC-Para 45-10720
The chase -
At the farm -
The cock fight -
All packed -
The game -
Note : MGM E4313 = SE4313 = MGM (E)2354 166 = MCA 25012 = (Jap)VDP-5168
(CD). (*) Both titles on MGM
on 28/04/2011 09:19, Robert Greenwood at robertgreenwood_54uk@...
>Howard Rye, 20 Coppermill Lane, London, England, E17 7HB
> According to Stagg & Crump's admittedly by now rather aged discography, this
> track was never issued on disc and I think that's still the case.
> The line-up: Punch Miller trumpet, Paul Crawford trombone, George Lewis
> clarinet, Emma Barrett piano, Allan Jaffe tuba, Cie Frazier drums.
> Preservation Hall, New Orleans, 1965.
> Robert Greenwood.
> --- In RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com <mailto:RedHotJazz%40yahoogroups.com> ,
> Peter L Reid <reid1947@...> wrote:
>> > Hi All,
>> > Can anybody tell me if the soundtrack of the film "Cincinnati Kid", was
>> > ever released, specifically the
>> > minute or so of Preservation Hall with Sweet Emma and Punch Miller
>> > playing "Gates Blues"
>> > ("The Rivers In Mourning")? Somewhere I have a list of the rest of the
>> > band but I can't find it.
>> > One of my top 10 films. I never tire of seeing New Orleans in the 60's
>> > or watching poker played as it
>> > should be. Not this Texas Hold 'em rubbish.
>> > Peter L.
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