A playful score by George Duning for Who's Got The Action? – an early 60s gambling farce starring Dean Martin and Lana Turner! Duning manages to cover quite a bit of stylistic territory here – from Dixieland, to Spanish dance to Japanese strings – and a whole lot of good-natured, sunny 60s cinema sounds full of romance and comedy. It all kicks off with the groovy strings, brass and bongo
s-flavored main titles theme, and it manages to get even groovier and more adventurous from there! Includes "Roza", "Good Morning, Mr
. Flood", "Saturday Night", "Blue Eyes", "Japanese Record", "Clutch In Dutch", "The Culprit", "Empty Spaces", "Shaky Clutch/Bookie Blues", "Alibi/Bridal Brisket", "Bastille Day/Finale" and more! This great Kritzerland CD edition has some bonus tracks, too – including a a demo vocal version of "Who's Got The Action" with vocals and lyrics by Jack Brooks, plus "La Scala" and a couple of cinematic adaptations of Brahms and Beethoven.
(Limited to 1000 copies.)