Big Scores:
Classic Scores from PI Flicks

Of course, the classic noir flick is permanently linked to jazz, ominous dischordant bass, wailing saxophones and all that. Somehow they just seem to go together. Not that other genres haven't left their mark, as well.

For those interested in this stuff, check out Rhino Record's Murder Is My Beat: Classic Film Noir Themes And Scenes and Crime Jazz: Murder in the First Degree. There's also another CD, in the same series, Crime Jazz: Murder in the Second Degree, that covers television.


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