WIN 'Enter the Dragon: Extended Edition' on CD!
The original motion picture soundtrack to 'Enter the Dragon' (1973) - the final film to be made by martial arts master Bruce Lee - contains nearly a half-hour of music written and scored by the legendary Lalo Schifrin.
The Argentinean-born Schifrin was essentially "discovered" conducting his own band in the late '50s in Buenos Aires. It was there that Dizzy Gillespie heard him and subsequently convinced the multi-talented artist to become Gillespie's own pianist and arranger. It was little wonder that 'Enter the Dragon' director Robert Clouse specifically chose Schifrin to add appropriate accompaniment throughout.
1. Prologue, the First Fight [2:36]
2. Main Titles [2:20]
3. Su-Lin (The Monk) [4:56]
4. Sampans and Flashbacks [6:19]
5. Han's Island [2:54]
6. The Banquet [3:02]
7. Headset Jazz [2:10]
8. The Gentle Softness [2:40]
9. Into the Night [3:43]
10. Goodbye Oharra [1:54]
11. Bamboo Birdcage [2:32]
12. Han's Cruelty [3:09]
13. The Human Fly [3:34]
14. The Big Battle [4:47]
15. Broken Mirrors [5:54]
16. End Titles [1:06]
17. Theme from Enter the Dragon [2:23]
18. Main Titles [3:17]
If you would like to win a copy of this CD, just answer this easy question about the composer himself, Lalo Schifrin: Schifrin made a cameo appearance in which film in 2002 as, of all things, an orchestra conductor?!
Send us your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these wonderful 'Enter the Dragon: Extended Edition' CDs. Just send us an e:mail here before August 1st with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: ENTER THE DRAGON CDs to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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