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THE QUINN MARTIN COLLECTION – VOLUME 3: THE STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO – LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET)

Price: $24.98
Item Number: LLLCD1534
Limited Edition: 2000 Units

DESCRIPTION
Music by Patrick Williams

La-La Land Records, The Film Music Society and CBS proudly announce the world-premiere release of The Quinn Martin Collection – Volume 3: The Streets Of San Francisco, a limited edition 2-CD set, showcasing Emmy-winning composer Patrick Williams’ (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Bob Newhart Show, Lou Grant) original score tracks from the classic 1972-1977 series produced by legendary TV producer Quinn Martin. The release also includes Williams’ music from A Man Called Sloane’s “The Seduction Squad” episode.

Remastered from original Quinn Martin Productions elements, this thrilling compilation of original music from the beloved cop drama series presents stellar work from composer Williams, featuring his astounding pilot score and nine additional episode scores. All the drama and excitement of The Streets Of San Francisco can be found in Williams’ swinging orchestral soundscape. Featuring some of the era’s finest musicians under Williams’ jazz expertise, this dynamic music provided the series with irresistible energy and bounce – and the composer would do the same with his episode score from A Man Called Sloane (1979), which was to be the last Quinn Martin series. Produced for La-La Land Records by Jon Burlingame, and transferred and mastered by Doug Schwartz, this deluxe 2-CD set is limited to 2000 units and will thrill not only Streets fans, but also classic TV and score enthusiasts of all ages. The exclusive, in-depth liner notes are by producer Burlingame, and the arresting art direction is by Dan Goldwasser.

LINK

lalalandrecords.com/quinn-martin-collection-vol-3-the-the-streets-of-san-francisco-limited-edition-2-cd-set/

TRACK LISTING

DISC 1


1. First Season Main Title 1:08

“THE STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO” (PILOT)
2. Marina Stuff 0:52
3. Pilot Main Title 1:11
4. Mr. Mod / Deep Memory 1:52
5. To Holly’s / Holly’s Room 1:34
6. Motel Time 0:48
7. Holly’s Theme 1:39
8. Meter Feeding / Farr Karate 2:12
9. Farr to Club / Farr Out 2:30
10. Boat Trouble / Mr. Mean Is on the Scene / Charge 2:19
11. Here Come De Fuzz / Home at Last 1:20
12. A Problem for Mr. Mean / Mr. Mean in the Spleen 3:08
13. The Trunk / There It Is 1:32

“THE THIRTY-YEAR PIN”
14. Gus-Fuzz / Gus Got It 1:18
15. Bad News 1:15
16. Late Visit / No Keys 0:56
17. Dope Cat / Here Comes Steve 1:19
18. Cutting Out / Funkie Junkie / Goodbye Gus 1:47
19. Cop Time / Bang-Bang 1:28
20. The Biggie / North Beach 4:00

“TOWER BEYOND TRAGEDY”
21. Amory / Window Shopping 1:55
22. To Holloway / Gets to You 1:14
23. A Penny / Second Time / My Card / Ambush 2:02
24. Tennis Time / Crystal Cove 1:31
25. It’s Over / Pursuit / Lock Him Up 2:21
26. Epilogue 1:19

27. First Season End Title (unused) 0:42

“IN THE MIDST OF STRANGERS”
28. Happy News / Goodbye Rhinelander 2:45
29. The Station / Come On Wally / No Tickets 1:00
30. Mr. Shoes / Good Try / Let’s Go 2:37
31. That’s One / That’s Two / That’s Three 2:04
32. Be My Guest / Bye Wally 0:48

“BITTER WINE”
33. Act One 1:48
34. Hello Papa / Wouldn’t You 1:30
35. Welcome Home 1:39
36. To Potrero / Fire Bug 1:42
37. Cut Off / Attack 2:04
38. Remorse / Goodbye 1:00

“ACT OF DUTY”
39. Attack 1:18
40. A Loss / Short Trip 1:55
41. The Visitor / Night Intruder 2:00
42. Interruption / From the Tub 1:53
43. The Rescue / No Chance 2:21

44. Pilot / First Season End Title 0:49

DISC 2

1. First Season Main Title (Alternate) 1:10

“GOING HOME”
2. Jackpot / Keach Fires / Take It Back 2:10
3. Eddie Runs / Get Lost 2:06
4. Bryant Street / Eddie’s Island / Going Home 2:17
5. The Rock / Cell Block Blues 1:24
6. Freeze Eddie / Empty Suitcase / Eddie’s Home 2:06
7. Expensive Stuffing 0:40

8. Third Season Main Title 1:12

“ONE LAST SHOT”
9. One Makes It / First Lie 3:14
10. Slow Drive / Another Belt 1:55
11. Drunk Drive 1:46
12. Big Drink / Number Seven 3:23
13. Stone / Regrets 2:15

14. Fourth Season Main Title 1:12

“THE GLASS DART BOARD”
15. First Drive / The Assassination 1:55
16. Another Hit 1:00
17. I Got It / Even More 2:00
18. The Drop / Not This Time 2:24
19. Drive Time / Goodbye Truax /Daytime Police 1:38

20. Fifth Season Main Title 1:15

“THE THRILL KILLERS”
21. Wheeling In / Abduction 1:17
22. Rolling / Bus Fuss 2:17
23. Wounded 1:56
24. In the Heart / I Am 1:57
25. Futile Escape 1:06
26. Dan Moves In / The Capture 3:51
27. Nice Day / Yes Sir 1:23
28. Fourth Season End Title 0:31

A MAN CALLED SLOANE
“THE SEDUCTION SQUAD”
29. Main Title 1:02
30. Meet Torque 2:33
31. Sloane & Torque in Action 2:28
32. Theme for Strings 2:27
33. Rest and Recreation / To Washington 3:39
34. Pursuing Danton / Bumper 2:57
35. Sneaking Around 2:16
36. Sloane on the Move 2:26
37. Smooth Finish 0:57
38. Sloane & Michelle 1:10
39. End Title 0:30


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THE QUINN MARTIN COLLECTION – VOLUME 3: THE STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO – LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET)

Price: $24.98
Item Number: LLLCD1534
Limited Edition: 2000 Units

DESCRIPTION
Music by Patrick Williams

La-La Land Records, The Film Music Society and CBS proudly announce the world-premiere release of The Quinn Martin Collection – Volume 3: The Streets Of San Francisco, a limited edition 2-CD set, showcasing Emmy-winning composer Patrick Williams’ (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Bob Newhart Show, Lou Grant) original score tracks from the classic 1972-1977 series produced by legendary TV producer Quinn Martin. The release also includes Williams’ music from A Man Called Sloane’s “The Seduction Squad” episode.

Remastered from original Quinn Martin Productions elements, this thrilling compilation of original music from the beloved cop drama series presents stellar work from composer Williams, featuring his astounding pilot score and nine additional episode scores. All the drama and excitement of The Streets Of San Francisco can be found in Williams’ swinging orchestral soundscape. Featuring some of the era’s finest musicians under Williams’ jazz expertise, this dynamic music provided the series with irresistible energy and bounce – and the composer would do the same with his episode score from A Man Called Sloane (1979), which was to be the last Quinn Martin series. Produced for La-La Land Records by Jon Burlingame, and transferred and mastered by Doug Schwartz, this deluxe 2-CD set is limited to 2000 units and will thrill not only Streets fans, but also classic TV and score enthusiasts of all ages. The exclusive, in-depth liner notes are by producer Burlingame, and the arresting art direction is by Dan Goldwasser.

LINK

lalalandrecords.com/quinn-martin-collection-vol-3-the-the-streets-of-san-francisco-limited-edition-2-cd-set/

TRACK LISTING

DISC 1


1. First Season Main Title 1:08

“THE STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO” (PILOT)
2. Marina Stuff 0:52
3. Pilot Main Title 1:11
4. Mr. Mod / Deep Memory 1:52
5. To Holly’s / Holly’s Room 1:34
6. Motel Time 0:48
7. Holly’s Theme 1:39
8. Meter Feeding / Farr Karate 2:12
9. Farr to Club / Farr Out 2:30
10. Boat Trouble / Mr. Mean Is on the Scene / Charge 2:19
11. Here Come De Fuzz / Home at Last 1:20
12. A Problem for Mr. Mean / Mr. Mean in the Spleen 3:08
13. The Trunk / There It Is 1:32

“THE THIRTY-YEAR PIN”
14. Gus-Fuzz / Gus Got It 1:18
15. Bad News 1:15
16. Late Visit / No Keys 0:56
17. Dope Cat / Here Comes Steve 1:19
18. Cutting Out / Funkie Junkie / Goodbye Gus 1:47
19. Cop Time / Bang-Bang 1:28
20. The Biggie / North Beach 4:00

“TOWER BEYOND TRAGEDY”
21. Amory / Window Shopping 1:55
22. To Holloway / Gets to You 1:14
23. A Penny / Second Time / My Card / Ambush 2:02
24. Tennis Time / Crystal Cove 1:31
25. It’s Over / Pursuit / Lock Him Up 2:21
26. Epilogue 1:19

27. First Season End Title (unused) 0:42

“IN THE MIDST OF STRANGERS”
28. Happy News / Goodbye Rhinelander 2:45
29. The Station / Come On Wally / No Tickets 1:00
30. Mr. Shoes / Good Try / Let’s Go 2:37
31. That’s One / That’s Two / That’s Three 2:04
32. Be My Guest / Bye Wally 0:48

“BITTER WINE”
33. Act One 1:48
34. Hello Papa / Wouldn’t You 1:30
35. Welcome Home 1:39
36. To Potrero / Fire Bug 1:42
37. Cut Off / Attack 2:04
38. Remorse / Goodbye 1:00

“ACT OF DUTY”
39. Attack 1:18
40. A Loss / Short Trip 1:55
41. The Visitor / Night Intruder 2:00
42. Interruption / From the Tub 1:53
43. The Rescue / No Chance 2:21

44. Pilot / First Season End Title 0:49

DISC 2

1. First Season Main Title (Alternate) 1:10

“GOING HOME”
2. Jackpot / Keach Fires / Take It Back 2:10
3. Eddie Runs / Get Lost 2:06
4. Bryant Street / Eddie’s Island / Going Home 2:17
5. The Rock / Cell Block Blues 1:24
6. Freeze Eddie / Empty Suitcase / Eddie’s Home 2:06
7. Expensive Stuffing 0:40

8. Third Season Main Title 1:12

“ONE LAST SHOT”
9. One Makes It / First Lie 3:14
10. Slow Drive / Another Belt 1:55
11. Drunk Drive 1:46
12. Big Drink / Number Seven 3:23
13. Stone / Regrets 2:15

14. Fourth Season Main Title 1:12

“THE GLASS DART BOARD”
15. First Drive / The Assassination 1:55
16. Another Hit 1:00
17. I Got It / Even More 2:00
18. The Drop / Not This Time 2:24
19. Drive Time / Goodbye Truax /Daytime Police 1:38

20. Fifth Season Main Title 1:15

“THE THRILL KILLERS”
21. Wheeling In / Abduction 1:17
22. Rolling / Bus Fuss 2:17
23. Wounded 1:56
24. In the Heart / I Am 1:57
25. Futile Escape 1:06
26. Dan Moves In / The Capture 3:51
27. Nice Day / Yes Sir 1:23
28. Fourth Season End Title 0:31

A MAN CALLED SLOANE
“THE SEDUCTION SQUAD”
29. Main Title 1:02
30. Meet Torque 2:33
31. Sloane & Torque in Action 2:28
32. Theme for Strings 2:27
33. Rest and Recreation / To Washington 3:39
34. Pursuing Danton / Bumper 2:57
35. Sneaking Around 2:16
36. Sloane on the Move 2:26
37. Smooth Finish 0:57
38. Sloane & Michelle 1:10
39. End Title 0:30


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Excellent. It's a dream come true! Ordered.​
I think I will go back to the first season of The Streets of San Francisco on DVD.​
 
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I finally finished up the entire set and it was a pleasant listening experience that had a strong 1950's flavor.
It was like listening to many Golden Age adventure scores.

For those who enjoy The Wild Wild West, I advise you to listen to Voyage season 3 score entitled “The Wax Men”​
composed by Robert Drasnin and guest starring Michael Dunn.​
That score reminds the first Dr. Loveless' score "The Night The Wizard Shook the Earth”, also composed by Robert Drasnin!​
 
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For those who enjoy The Wild Wild West, I advise you to listen to Voyage season 3 score entitled “The Wax Men”​
composed by Robert Drasnin and guest starring Michael Dunn.​
That score reminds the first Dr. Loveless' score "The Night The Wizard Shook the Earth”, also composed by Robert Drasnin!​

This is actor Michael Dunn known as Dr. Loveless on the Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea episode “The Wax Men”.
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Been watching Wild Wild West's two parter, "The Night of the Winged Terror." It's very good and it was an excellent introduction for the new villain, The Raven. He's quite a contrast from Michael Dunn's Miquelito Loveless, and it would have been nice to have had more episodes with the mastermind who possessed such an enhanced cranium. But it was awfully late in the series to introduce him and his group, and again they already had Loveless who showed up every now and then. For those WWW fans, how would you contrast the Raven with Loveless?
For example, Loveless was bent way out of shape in his need to get revenge on West, while Raven was still goal-oriented.

---jthree
 

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Been watching Wild Wild West's two parter, "The Night of the Winged Terror." It's very good and it was an excellent introduction for the new villain, The Raven. He's quite a contrast from Michael Dunn's Miquelito Loveless, and it would have been nice to have had more episodes with the mastermind who possessed such an enhanced cranium. But it was awfully late in the series to introduce him and his group, and again they already had Loveless who showed up every now and then. For those WWW fans, how would you contrast the Raven with Loveless?
For example, Loveless was bent way out of shape in his need to get revenge on West, while Raven was still goal-oriented.

---jthree
Dr. Loveless is warm and passionate unlike the cold intellectual Tyco, leader of the Raven.
I agree with you concerning Tyco as a potential recurring foe.
Ta-ta, gentlemen!
 

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THE WAX MEN
Music Composed and Conducted by Robert Drasnin​
14. Zombie Crew / Deadly Proposal (1:24)​
16. Chief Interruption / New Clown In Town (3:09)​
17. See The Clown Frown (1:22)​
18. The Harder Way / When Old Friends Melt (2:56)​
19. From Slumber Awake (1:20)​
20. Torch And Go (1:32)​
21. Heat Prelude (1:03)​
22. All Fall Down / Wax Poetique / Clown In (2:41)​
23. Down Clown / Sea Fin (1:26)​
TOTAL SCORE TIME: 20:30​
You can click on track #15 to listen to it.​
 
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