NEAR MINT - UNSEALED -- ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
The Jerry Fielding and Don Ellis sounding score, composed and conducted by David Shire, "layers explosive horn arrangements and serpentine keyboard riffs over a rhythm section that pits hard-grooving basslines against constantly shifting but always insistent layers of percussion". Shire used the 12-tone composition method to create unusual, somewhat dissonant melodic elements.
The soundtrack album was the first CD release by Film Score Monthly and was later released by Retrograde Records. The end titles contain a more expansive arrangement of the theme, courtesy of Shire's wife at the time, Talia Shire, who suggested that he end the score with a more traditional ode to New York.
1 Main Title 2:19
2 The Taking 3:10
3 Dolowitz Takes A Look / Dolowitz Gets Killed 2:21
4 Blue And Green Talk 2:03
5 Money Montage 3:13
6 Fifty Seconds/The Money Express 4:32
7 Conductor Killed/The Money Bag 1:46
8 The Pelham's-Moving-Again Blues 3:12
9 I'm A Police Officer / Renewing Disguises / Goodbye Green, Hello Garber, Goodbye Hippie / Smoking More, Enjoying It Less 2:59
10 Mini-Manhunt 1:56
11 End Title 3:01