Album info

Album-Release:
1968

HRA-Release:
10.08.2018

Label: RCA/Legacy

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Mainstream Jazz

Album including Album cover

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  • 1Hang 'Em High (From the Motion Picture "Hang 'Em High")02:10
  • 2Theme from "The Fox" (From the Motion Picture "The Fox")02:16
  • 3Theme from "Valley Of The Dolls" (From the Motion Picture "Valley Of The Dolls")02:20
  • 4Wish I Knew (From the TV Production "Here Come The Brides)02:18
  • 5Theme for Three (From the Motion Picture "Wait Until Dark")02:03
  • 6Bandolero! (From the Motion Picture "Bandolero!")02:18
  • 7In the Heat of the Night (From the Motion Picture "In The Heat Of The Night")02:25
  • 8Tomorrow's Love (Morir Un Poco)02:46
  • 9For Love of Ivy (From the Motion Picture "For Love Of Ivy")02:45
  • 10My Love (From the TV Production "Here Come The Brides)02:29
  • 11Bitter Love (From the Motion Picture "Love On The River")02:34
  • 12Keystone Kop01:55
  • Total Runtime28:19

Info for Hang 'Em High (Remastered)



"Back in the '50s "background" or "mood music" was the rage. Today, background music has moved to the foreground thanks to the popularity of talented arranger-conductor-composers like Hugo Montenegro. The Montenegro musical credits are most impressive: staff arranger for Andre Kostelanetz, conductor-arranger for Harry Belafonte, important film-scoring assignments ("Hurry Sundown") and extensive TV work ("I Dream of Jeannie," "The Outcasts" and "Here Come the Brides"). With selections like Theme from "Valley of the Dolls," In The Heat of the Night, Theme from "The Fox" and the new hit Hang 'Em High, this Montenegro album runs the gamut from romantic rock through raunchy blues, brassy mariachi and the bright, lyrical western orchestral settings that made THE MUSIC FROM THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY such a smash. Here, then, is more of the Montenegro magicimaginative, modern, entertaining and distinctive." (John Lissner)

Hugo Montenegro & His Orchestra and Chorus

Recorded in Hollywood, California 1968
Produced by Joe Reisman

Digitally remastered

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