Original motion picture soundtrack with incidental dialogues of In the heat of the night directed by Norman Jewison (1967) .
Original motion picture soundtrack with incidental dialogues of In the heat of the night directed by Norman Jewison (1967) and They call me Mister Tibbs! directed by Gordon Douglas (1970). Tracks 7, 11, 15, 20, 23, 26,, 30 and 34 are original incidental dialogue from the films. Fold out booklet with original and new liner notes on one side and on reverse the original poster of the film In the heat of the night.
They Call Me Mister Tibbs! is a 1970 American DeLuxe Color crime drama film directed by Gordon Douglas. The film's title was taken from a line in the first film
Music by Quincy Jones Music impresario Quincy Jones, who was recently interviewed for our liner notes, scored both of these classic Sidney . Warren Oates and Lee Grant also star. They Call Me Mister Tibbs! is the 1970 sequel.
Music by Quincy Jones Music impresario Quincy Jones, who was recently interviewed for our liner notes, scored both of these classic Sidney Poitier detective films. They Call Me Mister Tibbs! is the 1970 sequel
Release source: CD. Year: 1997.
Release source: CD.
Taken from the LP "They Call Me Mister Tibbs", released on United Artists Records in 1970. Has been played on. Greece 2. Milk 'n' Chocolate Radio. 2. Quincy Jones quotes. The only music I don't like is bad music. Now playing: Tones and I Dance Monkey.
and get 2 track for free to try out the service. Release source: CD. In The Heat Of The Night, They Call Me Mister Tibbs! OST. Quincy Jones - In The Heat Of The Night, They Call Me Mister Tibbs! OST.
All compositions by Quincy Jones. Later, Poitier did the sequels They Call Me Mister Tibbs! and The Organization, but both films failed at the box office. In the Heat of the Night' (Lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman) - 2:30. Peep-Freak Patrol Car" - 1:30. Cotton Curtain" - 2:33.
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Two scores with a tone of righteous fury woven throughout.
While there are differences in the approach to the two scores, Quincy Jones did manage to provide a unifying style -- no mean feat, considering that the intent behind In the Heat of the Night was to get a Southern, blues-inflected atmosphere to support the angry, anti-racist approach of the picture, while They Call Me Misters Tibbs! had a more open, urban attitude from its San Francisco setting.
The music throughout has an edge (the lighter music in the second score is generally source music), with some interesting musical experiments going on (Jones, as one example, used cimbalom to reflect Tibbs' feelings in They Call Me Mister Tibbs!.)
The Ryko CD release includes an Enhanced CD portion with film material.
The sound throughout the disc is excellent, although the cues from In the Heat of the Night show their age, and the dialogue excerpts sound very rough. (AMG)
1. In The Heat Of The Night OST
01 - In The Heat Of The Night (Vocal By Ray Charles)
02 - Peep-Freak Patrol Car
03 - Cotton Curtain
04 - Where Whitey Ain't Around
05 - Whipping Boy
06 - No You Won't
07 - Keep Cool *
08 - Nitty Gritty Time
09 - It Sure Is Groovy! (Vocal By Gil Bernal)
10 - Bowlegged Polly (Vocal By Glen Campbell)
11 - That's Enough For Me *
12 - Shag Bag, Hounds & Harvey
13 - Chief's Drive To Mayor
14 - Give Me Until Morning
15 - The Wrong Man *
16 - On Your Feet, Boy!
17 - Blood & Roots
18 - Mama Caleba's Blues (Piano Solo by Ray Charles)
19 - Foul Owl (Vocal By Boomer & Travis)
20 - Mister Tibbs! *
[b]2. They Call Me Mister Tibbs![/b]
21 - Call Me Mister Tibbs (Main Title)
22 - 'Rev' Logan (Organ Solo)
23 - No Secrets *
24 - Blues For Mister Tibbs
25 - Fat Poppadaddy
26 - Anybody Could *
27 - Soul Flower
28 - Call Me Mister Tibbs (Main Title)
29 - Black Cherr
30 - Do It Properly *
31 - Family Man
32 - Side Pocket
33 - Why, Daddy?
34 - Wasting Time *
35 - Call Me Mister Tibbs (End Title)
Tracks with *: Original Incidental Dialogue from the Films
Original motion picture soundtrack with incidental dialogues of 'In the heat of the night' directed by Norman Jewison and 'They call me Mister Tibbs!' directed by Gordon Douglas .
Released: Oct 1997
Compression Level: 5
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Covers Included (400dpi)
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