One of the grooviest SiZentner albums of the 60s – thanks to a host of hip spy themes that keep things interesting throughout! The material really brings out the best in Si – as does the album's excellent arrangements from Ernie Freeman and Bill Holman – both talents who know how to find the right mix of groovy and jazz that works the best for the Zentner touch! Titles include "Mr Lucky", "Dragnet", "Burke's Law", "James Bond Theme", "Charade", "007", and "The Fugitive". LP, Vinyl record album
(Audition pressing with deep groove. Cover has a small split on the bottom seam and an Audition Record stamp on back.)
More ... LP Liberty, 1963. Sealed ...
More is Si's attempt to follow up on the Italian soundtrack hit of the time – but the album also features loads of other great tracks from the time, done as very jazzy instrumentals by Zentner, with sharp horn passages that swing with plenty of brass upfront! The whole thing's mighty groovy – and titles include "Wildwood Days", "Hobo Flats", "Watermelon Man", "I Wonder", "The Good Life", "The Shampoo", and "More". LP, Vinyl record album
A UK collection that has a fair bit of work from United Artists soundtracks of the late 70s, plus some unusual titles too! Includes "Fist Of Fury" and "Enter The Dragon" by United Artists Studio Orchestra, "Shaft" by The Ventures, "They Call Me Mister Tibbs" and "In The Heat Of The Night" by Quincy Jones, "French Connection" by Al Caiola, "Man With The Golden Arm" by SiZentner, and "You Only Live Twice" by John Barry. LP, Vinyl record album