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Soundtrack music from the first silent forward. If it was written for the moving image, we'll play it. Library music included; popcorn optional.

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Favoriting June 21, 2022: Lalo Schifrin 90th Birthday - Today! 1955-66 (A Whole Lalo Schifrin This Summer!)
A Whole Lalo Schifrin This Summer!

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments Images Approx. start time
Astor Piazzolla  Picasso   Favoriting Sinfonía De Tango  Disques Vogue  1955  Lalo Schifrin on piano 
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Eddie Warner et sa Musique Tropicale  Cha-Cha-Cha In Blue   Favoriting 100% Cha-Cha-Cha  Odeon  1956  Lalo Schifrin on piano 
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Lalo Schifrin y Su Orquesta  Doodlin'   Favoriting Doodlin'  Odeon  1957  1st release under his name 
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Dizzy Gillespie/Lalo Schifrin  Long, Long Summer   Favoriting On The French Riviera  Philips  1962  Lalo Schifrin on piano and composer of song 
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Music behind DJ:
Dizzy Gillespie 

Prelude   Favoriting

Gillespiana 

Verve 

1958 

Lalo Schifrin on piano and composer of song 

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Lalo Schifrin  El Jefe   Favoriting El Jefe  Vee Jay  1958  1st feature film score 
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Lalo Schifrin  Prologue   Favoriting Rhino  Film Score Monthly  1964  1st Hollywood feature film score 
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Lalo Schifrin  The Cat   Favoriting Les Felins  Verve  1964   
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Lalo Schifrin/Irene Reid  Once a Thief   Favoriting Once a Thief  Verve  1965   
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Lalo Schifrin  The Dark Intruder   Favoriting The Dark Intruder  Universal  1965   
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Music behind DJ:
Lalo Schifrin 

The Barbara Lindquist Story   Favoriting

Wagon Train 

Universal 

1964 

 

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Lalo Schifrin  Beat's Beat   Favoriting The Bell in the Schoolhouse Tolls for Thee, Kildare  MGM  1965   
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Lalo Schifrin  The Man From Thrush   Favoriting The Man From U.N.C.L.E.  Verve  1865   
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Lalo Schifrin/Ray Charles  The Cincinnati Kid   Favoriting The Cincinnati Kid  MGM  1965   
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Music behind DJ:
Lalo Schifrin 

Memo from Purgatory   Favoriting

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour 

Universal 

1964 

 

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Lalo Schifrin/Shirley Bassey  The Liquidator   Favoriting The Liquidator  MGM  1965   
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Lalo Schifrin  Blindfold   Favoriting Blindfold  Universal  1965   
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Lalo Schifrin  Blue Light Main Title   Favoriting Blue Light  20th Century Fox  1966   
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Lalo Schifrin  L'aventure Précontinent   Favoriting The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau  Metromedia Productions  1966   
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Lalo Schifrin/Gary Lewis & The Playboys  Main Title   Favoriting Way...Way Out  Intrada  1966   
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Lalo Schifrin  Venice After Dark   Favoriting The Venetian Affair  MGM  1966   
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Lalo Schifrin  Murderer's Row Theme   Favoriting Murderer's Row  Colgems  1966   
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Music behind DJ:
Lalo Schifrin 

A Small Rebellion Theme   Favoriting

A Small Rebellion 

Universal 

1966 

Uncredited composer 

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Listener comments!

Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 8:00pm
ultradamno:

Devon! Castaways!
Avatar 8:01pm
TDK60:

Hola Devon. Whisk me away from the decay. Thanks in advance.
  8:02pm
Androu B.:

Good Evening, Devon and island Dwellers!

MANNIX!
  8:02pm
P-90:

Astor P!
  8:07pm
Androu B.:

"My momma done told me..."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:11pm
dale:

i'm tapping toes to this.
  8:15pm
Listening Out There:

Alternate name: Laloland
  8:16pm
Androu B.:

How about "The Evening Schiff"?
Avatar 8:16pm
Montrealer:

nice show so far...
  8:16pm
headcleaner:

Isla de Schifrin?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:16pm
solo mon:

Hooray for Lalowood!
  8:18pm
P-90:

“Lalo Lalo, I don’t know why you say goodbye, I say Lalo…”
  8:18pm
King Adam:

Loving this
Avatar 8:19pm
jt:

First I heard of Lalo Schifrin was a radio program in 1988 called 'Spinning on Air' The DJ was playing only film sound tracks, great introduction to the man, HBD L.S. !
  8:21pm
P-90:

“Lalo, meet Gato. Gato, this is Lalo…”
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:21pm
chresti:

Hi Morey's Coney Islanders!
Avatar 8:22pm
jt:

Wonder if Lalo Schifrin ever crossed paths with Martha Argerich? She is about 9 years younger & also from Argentina.
  8:23pm
Androu B.:

Uh Oh! This one is somewhat topical currently.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:29pm
dale:

that movie poster is HI-LAR-ious.
  8:29pm
P-90:

Lalo did the music for George Lucas’s first feature THX 1138, and it’s a really beautiful and effective score, it really completes the movie as effectively as Johnny Williams’ score famously does for Star Wars.
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Avrilinmay:

dropping in on your chat board just to say hello good and lovely wfmuers,. went outside for a walk earlier, taking a break from the difficult process of inhabiting a new apartment, and realized what date it was today. immediately had a thought for the station, and a smile went up on my face (then when I got back, surprisingly, the internet was working . did not think I was going to be able to actually say hi today. really glad to find you back :) )
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:32pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

He walked up to me and he asked me to dance.
I asked him his name and in a dark brown voice he said Lalo. L-A-L-O, Lalo.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:33pm
dale:

love the wagon train stories. didn't realize that show and major adams went on to the mid 60s.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:35pm
Devon E. Levins:

Doh already played Dark Intruder. This is Dr. Kildare.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:38pm
dale:

this song couldn't exist without a trombone player like this. and boobs. everyone likes those.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:38pm
solo mon:

Nicola Conte sure did use a few of these riffs on his first album. Noteably this man from thrush track for bossa per due..
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 8:39pm
ultradamno:

Certainly the album cover couldn't exist without the latter
  8:40pm
Androu B.:

I had a feeling Robert Vaughn would somehow be involved in the festivities. For a moment earlier on, I almost thought it was him gracing the cover of "El Jefe".
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Evening ! Enjoying.
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 8:42pm
ultradamno:

He follows "everybody knows about the cincinnati kid" with "have you heard about...", get your story straight, Ray!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:43pm
solo mon:

Lalo pop lalo pop oh lalo lalo lalo lalo pop (pop) dood doo doo doo
  8:43pm
Androu B.:

Welcome, RRN63, my zodiac buddy!
  8:44pm
P-90:

I always slightly preferred Lalo’s UNCLE title theme to Mission: Impossible.
  8:46pm
yippie:

lay lalo lay lay across my big bronze bed
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:48pm
dale:

didn't know elke summer actually acted. oh wait - i'm thinking of brett somers.
  8:48pm
P-90:

Of course Carol’s on it, she was on almost EVERYTHING
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:48pm
dale:

holy crap - this song is MASSIVE!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:49pm
solo mon:

I wish Brett Somers was a leading lady!
  8:49pm
P-90:

Shirley sings like a huge saxophone
  8:49pm
Androu B.:

Funny enough, there's a "bullet hole" at the lower left corner of the album cover.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:52pm
dale:

brett somers could have played rhoda.
  8:52pm
Androu B.:

Something about "Blindfold" reminds me of "The Million Eyes Of Sumuru".
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:53pm
dale:

or maybe phyllis would have been better for her.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:54pm
dale:

WAY WAY OUT. connie stevens....meOW.
  8:54pm
MaNLy cat:

meooW auuuUuuU
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slugluv1313:

greetings, Devon! Islanders!
been listening, fantastic show -- thank you so much!
  8:55pm
Androu B.:

I seem to remember watching "Way...Way Out" as a kid on TV in the 70's.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:55pm
dale:

brian keith as the head of nasa...dick shawn and anita ekberg as the russian astronauts...
Avatar 8:56pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Zackly AndrouB. Wow. Things like this film - they come up now & I wonder how long since I even thot about them.
  8:57pm
Androu B.:

@dale - Yes! I recall Dick Shawn in that movie as well! Thanx for confirming!
Avatar 8:58pm
TDK60:

Gracias, DJ DEL.
  8:59pm
P-90:

Way Way Out is worth a watch for those who haven’t. It’s a space-race era sex comedy, intentionally more “adult” than anything Lewis had done. Great cast and loaded with 60’s atmosphere. It may still be on YouTube.
  9:00pm
Androu B.:

Thanx for a well-executed b-day celebration, Devon! So many good memories out of the Lalo library!
Avatar 9:00pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Dale you make it sound memorable ! I just remember the guy who flipped out when he saw the girl cause he'd been in space too long...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:01pm
chresti:

Thanks Devon!
Avatar 9:01pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

~ TY Always DJ DL ~
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ultradamno:

That's making me think of Meteor, with Brian Keith as the Russian and Sean Connery and Natalie Wood working for NASA
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:02pm
dale:

every time brian keith tries to call up the space staion video he gets a western film and he says ' there goes that damn indian off his horse again.'
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 9:03pm
ultradamno:

...wait, Natalie Wood was also Russian and falls for NASA man Connery, I think Karl Malden was the NASA head
  9:05pm
Androu B.:

@P-90 - Funny enough, there was a movie with a similar theme that came out in '69 called "Moon Zero-Two". It was featured as Episode 0110 of MST3K.
  9:16pm
King Adam:

Loving this
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