Conclusion of a series in which Brian Sibley looks at the history of music in film. With input from popular and obscure composers.
4: Necessary ArrangementsThis final edition explores the ways in which film scores are arranged and orchestrated.
A newsix-part series in which Branford Marsalis details the stories behind six key modern jazz albums. 1:Head Hunters
The series kicks off with Herbie Hancock 's 1973 LP, which combines jazz, funk, soul and R'n' Band famously features the long-distance track Chameleon.
Producer Robert Abel
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