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The Revolt of Mami Stover / Hilda Crane

The Revolt of Mami Stover / Hilda Crane

Intrada (Intrada Special Collection Vol. 31)

Release Date: May 2006

Conducted by Lionel Newman / Alfred Newman

Format: CD

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1. HILDA CRANE (COMPOSED BY DAVID RAKSIN): Main Title 1:56
2. Let's Get Acquainted 1:18
3. I Should Have Known 1:33
4. Hilda and Mother 3:03
5. Dreams 3:21
6. The Truth 2:44
7. Hilda Enters the Church 1:01
8. The House 4:52
9. Bleak Day 1:09
10. The Second Mrs. 1:59
11. What Are You? 4:31
12. The Long Wait 1:53
13. End Titles 2:02
14. THE REVOLT OF MAMIE STOVER (COMPOSED BY HUGO FRIEDHOFER): Main Title ("Walkin' Home with the Blues") (Hugo Friedhofer and Ned Washington) 1:59
15. The Voyage 4:05
16. Deck Games 5:16
17. "Sing Me a Song of the Islands" (Mack Gordon and Harry Owens) 3:32
18. "Walkin' Home with the Blues" 2:39
19. On the Beach 3:38
20. Plain Scared 1:07
21. Escrow and Boot Montage 1:05
22. Dreaming and Scheming 2:28
23. Declaration 1:25
24. Goodbye 1:14
25. "If You Wanna See Mamie Tonight" (Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster) 2:30
26. "Keep Your Eyes on the Hands" (Mary Johnston Tobin and Tony Todaro; vocal: Jane Russell) 2:03
27. Pin-Up 1:29
28. "If You Wanna See Mamie Tonight" (chorus version) 1:22
29. End Titles 1:35
30. "If You Wanna See MAmi Tonight" (vocal: Rush Adams) 2:52
  Total Album Time: 71:41

From the Manufacturer

World premiere of two original soundtracks from Fox Cinemascope movies from 1950's, featuring strong women characters. Jane Russell plays Mamie Stover, saloon singer in Hawaii during WWII with Hugo Friedhofer music in tow. Infectious jazz-ish melody dominates, lush island music for voyage and Hawaii backdrop highlights. Dramatic wartime motifs, other ideas also appear.

Jean Simmons plays divorced young woman Hilda Crane, returning to home town with David Raksin supplying musical support. Zesty main title leads. Sometimes warm, sometimes complex dramatic material plays in contrast.

Both scores presented in superb stereo sound from original Fox scoring elements vaulted in excellent condition. Lionel Newman conducts former score, Alfred Newman conducts latter.

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