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Wednesday, April 08, 2020

Preview: Shelly's Soundtrack (Saturday 11)

(By Russell)

West Coast cool drummer Shelly Manne had another bow to his drum stick. When he wasn't lording it at Shelly's Manne-Hole he could be found in the Hollywood film studios composing and arranging many a film soundtack. One of Manne's silver screen assignments was scoring Burt Kennnedy's Young Billy Young

The 1969 release casts a lumbering Robert Mitchum in Burt Kennedy's western as a town sheriff taking Robert Walker under his wing. Angie Dickinson and David Carradine are among other on-screen notables. Tune to Paramount Network (Freeview) on Saturday at 5:20pm. The soundtrack was released on vinyl by United Artists.
Russell

1 comment :

Lance said...

This afternoon, I found myself watching "The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner" The film based on Alan Sillitoe's novel of the same name.

Whilst Albert Finney was doing his long distance running which I don't think was really that long there was some excellent trumpet playing on the soundtrack. I guessed Pat Halcox and, lo and behold, after consulting Meeker, it was indeed the late, ex Chris Barber, trumpet man, Halcox. This wasn't actually such a wild guess as, around about this time, Halcox did a similar job ghosting for Richard Burton in the filmalisation of John Osborne's angry young man novel.

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