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Vintage Hollywood Classics, Vol. 28: Crime Scenes: Peter Gunn & Anatomy of a Murder (Original Scores) (Remastered 2016)

Duke Ellington, Henry Mancini

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Grammy Award - Album of the Year, 1959 - The Music from Peter Gunn
Grammy Award - Best Arrangement, 1959 - The Music from Peter Gunn
Emmy nomination - Best Musical Contribution to a Television Program, 1959 - Peter Gunn
Grammy Award - Best Sound Track Album – Background Score from a Motion Picture or Television, 1959 - Anatomy of a Murder

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Anatomy of a Murder  
1
Main Theme
Duke Ellington
4:23
2
Flirtibird
Duke Ellington
2:12
3
Way early subtone
Duke Ellington
3:58
4
Hero to zero
Duke Ellington
2:13
5
Low key lightly
Duke Ellington
3:36
6
Happy Anatomy
Duke Ellington
2:31
7
Midnight Indigo
Duke Ellington
2:42
8
Almost cried
Duke Ellington
2:27
9
Sunswept Sunday
Duke Ellington
1:52
10
Grace Valse
Duke Ellington
2:30
11
Happy Anatomy 2
Duke Ellington
1:25
12
Haupe
Duke Ellington
2:38
13
Upper and outest
Duke Ellington
2:21
John Gunn  
14
Main Theme
Henry Mancini
2:07
15
Sorta Blue
Henry Mancini
2:57
16
The Brothers Go to Mother's
Henry Mancini
2:57
17
Dreamsville
Henry Mancini
3:55
18
Session at Pete's Pad
Henry Mancini
3:59
19
Soft Sounds
Henry Mancini
3:38
20
Fallout
Henry Mancini
3:14
21
The Floater
Henry Mancini
3:18
22
Slow and Easy
Henry Mancini
3:06
23
A Profound Gass
Henry Mancini
3:20
24
Brief and Breezy
Henry Mancini
3:33
25
Not from Dixie
Henry Mancini
4:11
Total Playing Time    75:03
"... indispensable ... (a) handful of themes, endlessly recombined and re-orchestrated. Ellington never wrote a melody more seductive than the hip-swaying Flirtibird (featuring) Johnny Hodges on the alto saxophone ... the scent of the blues and Ellington's orchestra bursts with colour."
- Detroit Free Press

This remastered collection includes the famous score from the Peter Gunn television series, which ran from 1958 to 1961 and earned Henry Mancini two Grammy Awards and an Emmy nomination for his theme. Also featured is Duke Ellington's triple Grammy-winning soundtrack from Otto Preminger's 1959 crime drama Anatomy of a Murder, in which Ellington and some of his bandmates make brief appearances.

"The Peter Gunn title theme actually derives more from rock and roll than from jazz. I used guitar and piano in unison, playing what is known in music as an ostinato, which means obstinate. It was sustained throughout the piece, giving it a sinister effect, with some frightened saxophone sounds and some shouting brass. The piece has one chord throughout and a super-simple top line."
- Henry Mancini
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Jube Legends Studio Masters

This album is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue recording. It may contain noise, distortion or other artifacts, and may also contain audio which is limited in bandwidth and dynamic range, due to the technology available at the time of its original creation. As such, it is offered as a high-resolution documentation of a historical release.

Tracks 1 - 21 contain monophonic material - i.e., both channels are identical

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