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  1. The Official Jazz Music thread A Qu├ębec classic http://www.deezer.com/plugins/player?autoplay=false&playlist=true&width=700&height=240&cover=true&type=album&id=6108698&title=&app_id=undefined" width="700" height="240"> ...A Frenchy one, and an american classic. Jardin d'hiver by Henri Salvador on Grooveshark Happy Jazzy Friday! Part 1 - Acknowledgement by John Coltrane on Grooveshark The Adventures Of Tintin by John Williams on Grooveshark
  2. I love the great re-recordings of classic swing music featured in Swing Kids and The Rocketeer. Has Horner recorded more swing music for use in other films?
  3. Hi JWFan, I'm trying to locate where the original scores to Rhythm in Motion are located. Sources told me that UNT had them, but the librarian didn't know. Hoping to analyze them as part of a jazz research grant at my university. Cheers!
  4. Moochin About Records has been releasing a series of jazz collections showcasing jazz music used in films, not compilations of jazz pieces used in movies, but scores specifically composed by jazz musicians and film composers alike for movies and TV series. Jazz On Film...Crime Jazz features scores from various TV shows from 1950s and 60s in the style that has become called "crime jazz" which was the mode of the day to express the dark, gritty and suspenseful world of these detective shows and thrillers. What makes this 8 CD compilation especially interesting to John Williams fans is that it fe
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