The Liberation Of L B Jones
- Harkit Records
- HRKLP 8531
- UK - Original
The film requires and contains very little score as it made up of a series of intensive dialog scenes. Elmer Bernstein is credited with the score, but the few “soundtrack” cues contained in the film are short and not particularly listenable without their action images.
However, Elmer Bernstein wrote some wonderful “source” music which is used in three bar scenes emanating from the jukebox and as the music over the opening and closing credits. This source music that is released here as the film’s score makes up the cues.
|A1.||Opening Title/The Train|
|A5.||Bumpas Is Murdered|
|A7.||There's A Man Out There Somew...||Lola Falana|
|B1.||The Rat Race|
|B2.||Three Time Blusier|
|B4.||Saints & Sinners|
|B5.||Man With The Golden Arm Theme|
|B6.||Walk On The Wild Side|
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