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Enforcer: Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (13 Aug. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: ADA Global
  • ASIN: B000QEILKG
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 173,099 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Prologue / Main Title
2. Harry's World
3. Warehouse Heist
4. Code Blue
5. Rooftop Chase
6. Raid On Mustafa's
7. Kidnap Zap
8. Tiffany's Number Eleven
9. The Shooting Nun
10. Alcatraz Encounter
11. Death On The Rock
12. Finale (Elegy for Inspector Moore)
13. Finale (Alternate)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Levy TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 July 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Released on Lalo Schifrin's Aleph label, this is the only Dirty Harry not scored by Schifrin. But don't let that put you off, Jerry Fielding was more than able - and he doesn't tinker too much with the Harry formula established so succesfully by Schifrin. Okay so there's nothing quite as memorable as The Dirty Harry theme here but you've already bagged both Dirty Harry & Magnum Force so who neeeds a reprise. The real highlight here is 'Elegy For Inspector Moore' which is both tragic and surprisingly romantic - in fact it is downright traditional and hearkens back to an earlier decade of film scoring - and because it flies in such stark contrast to the pulsating rhythms & dissonance that makes up the rest of the score it shocked me to the core. Fielding later went on to score several other Eastwood movies - The Gauntlet, Escape From Alcatraz & The Outlaw Josey Wales. This is an essential score!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. N. J. Voice on 6 Aug. 2007
Format: Audio CD
JERRY FIELDING'S SCORE FOR THE THIRD OUTING FOR CLINT EASTWOODS NO NONESENSE COP DIRTY HARRY CALLAHAN IS WITHOUT A DOUBT ONE OF THE BEST FILM SCORES OF THE 1970'S.LALO SCHIFRIN WAS UNABLE TO SCORE THIS FILM DUE TO OTHER COMMITMENTS AT THE TIME SO EASTWWOD WENT TO JERRY FIELDING TO COMPOSE THE MUSIC FOR THE ENFORCER.THE SCORE ONCE AGAIN HAS A VERY JAZZY FEELING TO IT AND ALTHOUGH IT DOESNT CONTAIN HARRY'S THEME IT IS STILL A PERFECT COMPANION TO "DIRTY HARRY" AND THE EXCELLENT "MAGNUM FORCE" CDS ALREADY RELEASED ON LALO SCHIFRINS ALEPH LABEL.THE STAND OUT TRACKS ON THIS CD ARE "ALCATRAZ ENCOUNTER" A BRILLIANT PEICE OF ACTION SCORING AND "ELEGY FOR INSPECTOR MOORE" A SAD AND SLIGHTLY ROMANTIC TRACK FOR THE DEATH OF TYNE DALY'S CHARACTER.IF YOU ALREADY OWN DIRTY HARRY AND MAGNUM FORCE THIS DEFINATELY IS A WORTHY PURCHASE.JERRY FIELDING'S FILM SCORES ARE HARD TO FIND ON CD BUT THIS RANKS HIGH ON MY FAVOURITES OF THIS UNDERATED COMPOSER.NOW WILL SOMEONE PLEASE RELEASE HIS EXCELLENT SCORE FOR "THE OUTLAW JOSEY WALES"!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
good 30 July 2009
By Bill Your 'Free Form FM Print DJ - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Trivia game: There are five Dirty Harry films, and Lalo Shifrin composed all but one of their soundtracks. Which one?

Well, it is The Enforcer, where Jerry Fielding took the wheel. It is interesting to look at his approach vs. Shifrin's. Shifrin made his Dirty Harry scores funk jazz and ran recurring themes through the soundtracks. Here, Fielding does a jazz score, but has chosen to work with all types of jazz--swing, dramatic swoops, and an absolutely scruptious piece that copies Herbie Hancock's Camelon. Hey, unless you want to go back to a caveperson beating a rock, every great composer is a thief.

All the music here ranges from good to excellent, though none of it has the menice of Shifrin's offering for the first, 1971 Dirty Harry film. This might not be Fielding's doing--Dirty Harry movies became more about Calahan's quirks as time went on; wry action fare rather than cage-shaking, question-posing films about how society deals with sociopathology. So you really can't fault Fielding for this score not being the musical attack dog Shifrin assembled for the first movie.

But Fielding might have been mistaken when he chose not to use a repeating musical theme to tie this score together. All the ideas are good, and probably worked quite well on screen, but as a score, The Enforcer does not have the instant recognizability of Shrifrin's Dirty Harry work.

Still, this has some great music on it, and is a lot of fun. Definatley worth obtaining.

Just don't buy it looking for a classic.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
One of the best 'Dirty Harry' soundtracks 1 Aug. 2010
By langleybcguy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
There is 1 soundtrack of the 'Dirty Harry' films that isn't composed by Eastwood's friend Lalo Schifrin. Well, it's 'The Enforcer', the 3rd in the film series, and it has to be one of the finest soundtracks created for the series. It's based on a jazz-type theme that Clint Eastwood is apparently so fond of, and this figures prominently throughout the tracks. The main title starts off slow with a couple of string cues as Bobby Maxwell kills 2 gas company men for their van, and as the San Francisco skyline appears a blustering brass motif takes over, before delving into the jazz-type theme so common. It's especially prominent in the 'Rooftop Chase' track as Harry & Kate pursue a man who detonated a bomb in a police building; this one seems to have a theme that's definitely '70s with a lively flute melody along with the saxophone & trumpet jazz themes. Different from most of the tracks is the movie's actual end title (Elegy for Inspector Moore); gone here is the lively jazz theme and even missing is Dirty Harry's own motif which figured prominently as the end titles in 'Dirty Harry & 'Magnum Force'. This one's a longer string melody, very somber as the end credits roll. Very solid composition by the late Jerry Fileding; definitely a must-have soundtrack for fans of Dirty Harry. Get this one!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Solid Score 22 April 2014
By William Mead - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
For years, I had unfairly dismissed this score for something that it isn't. Namely, it isn't by the great Lalo Schifrin, whose work on Dirty Harry and Magnum Force set a new standard for what a cop-movie score could be. Fielding uses none of Schifrin's themes from the first two films. Those would return 7 years later when Schifrin would score Sudden Impact. But Fielding does supply lots of orchestral menace in the many suspense cues. Lots of jazz funk in the action cues. Or is that funk jazz? And best of all, the beautiful and moving end-credits piece. The only extra is an alternate of this track, which is subtly different. Interesting to hear, but they chose the right one for the film.

It's not Lalo, but it's prime '70's action movie music. I liked this so much that I ordered the soundtrack of The Gauntlet, which I didn't like nearly as well.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Five Stars 20 Oct. 2014
By Elke Hagmuller - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Arrived in good time and good shape. Will use again. Thanks
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