Jerry Fielding

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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Composer Jerry Fielding was a daring, experimental composer -- who happened to write colorful music for films like The Wild Bunch, and TV shows like Star Trek. After starting out as a jazz arranger, Fielding began composing for films in 1962. During a career cut short by his early death at age 57, Fielding enhanced many movies with bold, smart, dramatically effective music. Host David Garland presents a range of Fielding's work, including Straw Dogs, The Nightcomers, The Big Sleep and more.


Jerry Fielding - The Wild Bunch - Adventures On The High Road - Warner Home Video

Jerry Fielding - Advise and Consent - Invitation (high trombones) - RCA

Jerry Fielding - Straw Dogs - The infamous appassionata - Intrada

Jerry Fielding - Star Trek: The Trouble With Tribbles - Kirk Out/Barrel Of Trouble/Tribble Hooks Kirk/Poor Jonesy/A Matter Of Pride/Come On Spock/Hissing Tribbles/Dead Heap - GNP Crescendo

Jerry Fielding - The Mechanic - The Mark Comes Home/The Big Wait - Intrada

Jerry Fielding - The Nightcomers - Main Title, Summer Rowing - Intrada

Jerry Fielding - The Killer Elite - Main Title - Intrada

Jerry Fielding - The Black Bird - Palace of the Arts, End Credits - Intrada

Jerry Fielding - The Big Sleep - Blood Stain/Owen Taylor/Follow That Van - Intrada

Jerry Fielding - Demon Seed - Closing Crawl - Film Score Monthly

Jerry Fielding - Scorpio - Zharkov Wags His Tail - Intrada

Jerry Fielding - Chato's Land - Indian Rodeo/Chato Bags Horse - Intrada

Jerry Fielding - Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia - Marriage Plans - Intrada

Comments [3]

The Jerry fielding show was a real GAS!

Apr. 16 2011 10:18 PM
Gregg from Astoria Queens NY

David good selections all around. I especially found your comments on the suit from "The Trouble with Tribbles", music by Jerry Fielding, and story by David Gerrold, and everything else by guess who? But the comment for "Hogan's Heroes" isn't correct. It wasn't that kind of camp thank goodness, even though some of our people did have the extreme misfortune to land there, it was a POW camp. It was one run by a branch of their military that was supposed to be better managed, and even honored the Conventions that were signed sometime around the Twenties, even though they didn't always. However that camp was unique despite one claim that escape was impossible. It was quite possible.

Apr. 16 2011 09:44 PM
Paul from Lower Manhattan

David, "Hogan's Heroes" was set in a Prisoner of War Camp, NOT a concentration camp! Quite a bit of difference.

Apr. 16 2011 09:40 PM

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