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Turn Every Stone - Lalo Schifrin - Mannix (Soundtrack) (CD, Album)

10.10.2019
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9 thoughts on “ Turn Every Stone - Lalo Schifrin - Mannix (Soundtrack) (CD, Album)

  1. Turn Every Stone () 7. Hunt Down () 8. Warning: Live Blueberries () 9. Fear () The End of the Rainbow () Endgame () Arranged and conducted by Lalo Schifrin, CD re-issue of LP from
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Lalo Schifrin - Mannix (Soundtrack) at Discogs. Complete your Lalo Schifrin collection. Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Stage & Screen • Style: Jazz-Funk, Score Turn Every Stone: Warning: Live Blueberries: Beyond The Shadow Of Today Mannix (Music Recreated From And /5(9).
  3. Mannix, an album by Lalo Schifrin on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Mannix [Original Soundtrack] - Lalo Schifrin on AllMusic - ? - Newly recorded in at WDR Studios in Cologne, 6/
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  6. Mannix, an Album by Lalo Schifrin. Released in on Paramount (catalog no. PAS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Television Music. A6 Turn Every Stone considering the CD with re-recording of the lost tapes from Schiffrin is the only thing available since .
  7. From the album Livin’ It Up () CD2 Mannix () 1. Mannix 2. The Edge of Night 3. The Girl Who Came In With The Tide 4. Beyond The Shadow of Today 5. The Shadow 6. Turn Every Stone 7. Hunt Down 8. Warning: Live Blueberries 9. Fear The End of the Rainbow End Game The Cincinnati Kid () The Cincinnati Kid, by Ray Charles
  8. One of Lalo Schifrin's greatest soundtracks ever – a gem of a TV score that's been lost for years – and not nearly as famous or well-reissued as Mission Impossible, Bullitt, or Enter The Dragon! The tunes are pure Schifrin all the way through – a mix of jazz, bossa, and funk – served up with a style that's always tight, and which makes for plenty of great groovers all.
  9. It was during the show's third season () that Geller brought Schifrin back to Mannix. Indeed, Schifrin scored many of the season's shows and expertly provided for the show's increasing use of "source music" — the music heard in the background at bars, on stereos or from radios.

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