Limited Edition of 3,000 Copies
Film Score Monthly (FSMCD Vol. 12 No. 14)
Release Date: July 20, 2009
|1.||CRIME AND COMMITMENT (Jerry Goldsmith): End Title (series)||1:06|
|4.||Chapter Title / Early Appointment / The Phone Call / The Bottle||1:56|
|5.||Vincent's Visit / The Files||3:04|
|6.||The Showdown I / Across the River I / The Bargain||1:23|
|7.||Late Visit / Stella's Death / Across the River II / Orders||4:48|
|8.||The Showdown II / The Beginning||5:58|
|9.||RULES OF EVIDENCE (Jerry Goldsmith): Chapter Title / The Stake Out||1:46|
|12.||The Guilty Hand||1:38|
|14.||The Tavern / The Hunters / Bobbie's Plan||1:57|
|16.||Dinner Guest / Bobbie's Visit / Bobbie's Wish||2:02|
|17.||Phil's Death / The Winner||1:08|
|18.||Hauser's Visit / Mead's Offer / The First Hundred||2:22|
|19.||DEGREES OF GUILT (Jerry Goldsmith): The Payoff / Commercial I.D. (main title)||1:09|
|20.||Chapter Title / The Plan||1:17|
|21.||The Elevator / Uninvited Guest||1:45|
|24.||The Toy Dog / Bunny's Capture||1:16|
|27.||Means to an End||0:38|
|30.||End Title (pilot)||0:59|
|31.||MARKDOWN ON A MAN (Jerry Goldsmith): The Victim / The Gorilla / The Debt||1:17|
|33.||Herb's Visit / Odd Man Out||2:00|
|34.||Commercial I.D. (bumper)||0:13|
|35.||COST OF LIVING (Morton Stevens): Unexpected Kiss / Without Ulcers||1:06|
|36.||New Main Title||0:35|
|37.||Chapter Title / Unwanted Envelope / Zink's Demise||2:56|
|38.||Choking and Upset Stomach / Our Connection||2:22|
|39.||Moody Arnie / Not Hungry||1:21|
|40.||Up and at 'Em and Your Carriage Awaits / Thanks a Lot / Alone at Last / Concerning Arnie||3:10|
|41.||Still Stull / Much Talk||3:05|
|42.||Cain's Warning / So Long Arnie / Judlow's Guidance / Promise||2:26|
|43.||I.D. No. 2 (bumper)||0:07|
|Total Album Time:||79:31|
The series was one of two Goldsmith scored in 1961 for producer Norman Felton (beginning a long-running relationship that would include The Man From U.N.C.L.E.)the other was Dr. Kildare, and Goldsmith used his given name "Jerrald" on both productions. As was his pattern, Goldsmith wrote the series theme and scores for the first few episodes before departing for other projects. The entirety of his recordings (save one cue deteriorated beyond use) is presented here in clean monaural sound from the original scoring masters.
Cain's Hundred features a grim and moody sound befitting the darkness of the criminal underworldwith flashes of light for the innocent characters trapped therein. Goldsmith blended blues and militaristic influences in what Hugo Friedhofer called "federal music" for the driving series theme. As with almost all of the composer's television work, the underscores bristle with the invention, exciting modernist effects and emphasis on melody that would make him one of the greatest film composers of all timeand especially groundbreaking in the 1960s.
FSM's premiere CD of the Cain's Hundred television soundtrack features Goldsmith's four episode scores and title music-including a different arrangement of the theme created for the pilot (which was aired midway in the series' run).
Filling out the disc is a Morton Stevens score for a subsequent episode in which Stevens re-recorded and slightly adapted Goldsmith's title music. Liner notes are by television music authority Jon Burlingame.
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