Jazz Noir [part 1]

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Track Listings

  1. Peter Gunn -- Henry Mancini & His Orchestra & Chorus -- Henry Mancini, His Orchestra and Chorus
  2. Caper At The Coffee House (From ’77 Sunset Strip’) -- Warren Barker -- Warren Barker
  3. The Street (From ‘Sweet Smell Of Success’) -- Elmer Bernstein -- Elmer Bernstein
  4. French Quarter (From ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’) -- Alex North And His Orchestra -- Alex North and his Orchestra
  5. Night Train -- Buddy Morrow -- Buddy Morrow
  6. Upper And Outest (From ‘Anatomy Of A Murder’) -- Duke Ellington -- Duke Ellington
  7. Générique (From ‘Ascenseur Pour L’Échafaud’) -- Miles Davis -- Miles Davis
  8. Clark Street (From ‘The Man With The Golden Arm’) -- Elmer Bernstein & Shorty Rogers & His Giants -- Elmer Bernstein & Shorty Rogers & His Giants
  9. The Boss (From ‘Touch Of Evil’) -- Henry Mancini -- Henry Mancini
  10. The Off Beat (From ‘Beat Girl’) -- John Barry -- John Barry
  11. Bewildered (From ‘The Wild One’) -- Leith Stevens’ All Stars -- Leith Stevens’ All Stars
  12. Audition (From ‘The Man With The Golden Arm’) -- Elmer Bernstein & Shorty Rogers & His Giants -- Elmer Bernstein & Shorty Rogers & His Giants
  13. Overture (From ‘All Night Long’) -- Philip Green Orchestra -- Philip Green Orchestra
  14. Odds Against Tomorrow (Main Theme) -- John Lewis -- John Lewis
  15. Hammer Blow (From ‘Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer’) -- Skip Martin & His Orchestra -- Skip Martin and his Orchestra
  16. À Bout De Souffle (From ‘À Bout De Souffle’) -- Martial Solal -- Martial Solal
  17. Cubano Be -- Lalo Schifrin -- Lalo Schifrin
  18. I Want To Live (Main Theme) -- Johnny Mandel -- Johnny Mandel
  19. Stop And Go (Main Theme) -- Kenyon Hopkins -- Kenyon Hopkins
  20. Toss Me A Scalpel (From ‘The Interns’) -- Leith Stevens & Stu Phillips -- Leith Stevens & Stu Phillips

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by Kyle Mizokami (The National Interest)

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By Jan Wolfe (Reuters)

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By Christopher Mathias (HuffPost)

Leaked chat logs have connected seven current members of the U.S. armed forces to a white nationalist group, according to a HuffPost investigation.

Two Marines, two Army ROTC cadets, an Army physician, a member of the Texas National Guard and one member of the Air Force all belong to an organization called Identity Evropa, which is listed by the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center as an extremist group.… Continues