Soundtrack Information

The Jayhawkers

The Jayhawkers

Intrada (Special Collection Vol. 211)

Release Date: September 3, 2012

Conducted by Jerome Moross

Format: CD

Music By

Rate This Soundtrack

Click stars to rate.

Purchasing Links

External Links

Track Listing

1. Seal And Main Title 4:35
2. Cam Recovers 0:55
3. Jeanne Hides Cam 3:10
4. Chopping Wood 1:02
5. Jeanne's House 0:19
6. Cam's Capture 1:13
7. A Smashed Guitar And Cam Saves Jake 3:13
8. Cam Shoots Evans And The Stronghold 4:14
9. Attempted Assault 4:10
10. Raid Montage 3:24
11. Cam Riding And Lorden In Town 2:36
12. Posse 1:03
13. Brothers And A Raid 3:38
14. Accusation 2:10
15. Cam's Return 0:31
16. Cam Arrives In Abilene 0:48
17. Darcy Arrives 2:13
18. Premonitions 1:22
19. Zero Hour 2:07
20. The Last Act 2:16
21. Darcy Shoots Lorden (Danger Trill) 0:14
22. Prelude To Death 2:06
23. Death 1:20
24. Finale 1:27
25. BONUS TRACKS: Premonitions (Alternate) 1:09
26. New Guitar 0:48
27. Hippy-Happy-Henny 1:13
  Total Album Time: 53:16

From the Manufacturer

Treat for Jerome Moross fans! World premiere of complete soundtrack to Melvin Frank western with Fess Parker, Jeff Chandler, Henry Silva. Known for his western film music, Moross scored just three such pictures of importance: The Big Country, The Jayhawkers, The Proud Rebel. The famous first score is a robust Americana classic, the lesser-known third score is a brooding, psychological effort.

The Jayhawkers combines the composer's finest outdoor Americana vernacular with an abundance of rhythmic action, then adds a degree of intensity, making it more than just a "Little Brother" to his famed signature score. While the story of a violent takeover attempt of Kansas is dark, the music interestingly remains profuse with major key fanfares, exciting French horn melodies, and lively rhythms.

The CD is presented with vibrant sound from original 3-channel stereo masters vaulted in a reasonably good condition at Paramount Pictures, albeit a couple of brief cues were available only in mono. Many cues standout but the rousing "Seal and Main Title" sure earns a spotlight! Far too little music from this sensational composer is available, much less in stereo. This exciting CD helps to fill that void! Frank DeWald offers insights to this intense picture and its music. Joe Sikoryak creates a great 50's-style package. Jerome Moross conducts.

There is currently no review for this soundtrack.
If you are interested in contributing one, please contact us.


E-mail Newsletter

Enter your e-mail address to receive weekly soundtrack and film score news:

Missing Information?

If any information appears to be missing from this page, contact us and let us know!