The Sound of Movies
Film music, compiled by Kees Hogenbirk.
In the series Jazz in films, episode 165: James van Heusen (episode 2).
1a. Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964).
With singing by Frank Sinatra, Peter Falk, Bing Crosby, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis jr., Chorus, Kids, Male Quartet, and ‘Ladies of the Ensemble’. Texts of Sammy Cahn. Studio orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle.
1b. Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964).
Arrangements and orchestra conductor: Nelson Riddle.
– ’Style (Alternate Mix)’.
With singing by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Bing Crosby.
– ’Finale: Don’t Be a Do-Badder’. Recording directly from the soundtrack.
With singing by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis jr.
Arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle.
– ’Don’t Be a Do-Badder (Vocal Tracking Session)’.
With cheerful studio talk and singing by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis, jr. Recording from 1963 conducted by Nelson Riddle.
2. – ’Eee-0 Eleven’.
Singing by Sammy Davis jr. Text by Sammy Cahn.
– ’Ain’t That a Kick in the Head’.
Singing by Dean Martin. Text by Sammy Cahn. The song is from the bank robbery comedy Ocean’s Eleven (the first version of this ‘heist film’, from 1960!), and was used in 1991 in the romantic comedy Only the Lonely.
– ’To See You (Is to Love You)’.
Singing by Dean Martin. Text by Johnny Burke.