It's a busy weekend and I only have time to post a single this week, although there are a lot of great LPs I have lined up for you folks in the coming weeks. We'll be getting back to more '60s/'70s rock soon, including some rare compilations I think people will love. It takes more time to edit an LP into mp3s and do the track listings, especially with compilations.
Here's something a little different, two Lalo Schifrin compositions from the soundtrack of the classic 1973 kung fu flick Enter the Dragon. Schifrin is from Argentina, and has been involved in both classical music and pop movie and TV soundtracks in L.A. for deacdes.
I much prefer the A-side, which is an up-tempo funk/orchestral pop track punctuated by some awesome '70s kung fu screams. You can enjoy this with or without irony. The B-side, "The Big Battle", sounds like the composer was told "OK, we need a song for a long fight sequence... make it sound something like the main theme, but like it could be coming to a climax at any point... but don't do that, just keep it going..." This was a thrift store find and I likely paid 25 cents for it.
Them kids was fast as lightnin'.