Film, Video THE SOPRANOS

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Title
THE SOPRANOS
Contributor Names
David Chase, John Patterson, Steve Buscemi, Jack Bender, Allen Coulter, Alan Taylor, Matthew Penn, Martin Bruestie, Timothy Van Patten, Nick Gomez, Terence Winter, Phil Abraham, Lee Tamahori, etc. (director)
Ashen Keilyn, (additional) Geoff Levin (composer)
Alan Ett, Scott Liggett (arranger)
Created / Published
USA.
Notes
-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Made-for-TV series.
-  Medium length film (30-60 minutes).
-  In segment (24.01.99) "Tenderly" by Jack Lawrence, Walter Gross, performed by Chet Baker; "Happy feet" by and performed by Paolo Conte; "Melodia del rio" by and performed by Rubén González. In segment (14.02.99) "Cocoanut boogaloo" by and performed by John Medeski, Chris Wood, Billy Martin. In segment (14.03.99) "A dreamer's holiday" by Kim Gannon, Mabel Wayne, performed by Ray Anthony and his Orchestra. In segment (29.03.99) "Milonga del angel" performed by Al DiMeola. In segment (23.01.00) "Goodnight, my love" by Mack Gordon, Harry Revel, performed Ella Fitzgerald with Benny Goodman and his Orchestra. In segment (30.01.00) "Prince of peace" by and performed by Pharoah Sanders. In segment (27.02.00) "Tasty pudding" performed by Chet Baker. In segment (05.03.00) "Dancing in the dark" by Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz, performed by Tony Bennett. In segment (19.03.00) "Cast your fate to the wind" by Carel Werber, Vince Guaraldi, performed by The Vince Guaraldi Trio. In segment (04.03.01) "I'm forever blowing bubbles" by James Kendis, James Brockman, Nat Vincent, performed by Les Paul. In segment (18.03.01) "Chanchullo" by and performed by Rubén González. In segment (25.03.01) "Jim Dandy" by Lincoln Chase, performed by La Vern Baker, "The genius after hours" by and performed by Ray Charles; "Shuck dub" by R. L. Burnside, Beale Dabbs, performed by R. L. Burnside. In segment (01.04.01) "Everybody's jumpin'" performed by The Dave Brubeck Quartet; "Emily" by Johnny Mercer, Johnny Mandel, performed by Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. In segment (03.11.02) "When the battle is over" by Dr. John (Mac Rebennack), Jessie Hill, performed by Delaney and Bonnie. In segment (17.11.02) "Low society" by and performed by Lowell Fulson; "The infinite desire" by Al DiMeola. In segment (24.11.02) "Sentimental feelings" performed by Sonny Dunham and his Orchestra. In segment (01.12.02) "They can't take that away from me" by Ira and George Gershwin, performed by Joe Pass. In segment (11.04.04) "Django" by John Lewis, performed by The Modern Jazz Quartet; "The blues is my business" by Kevin Bowe, Todd Carney, performed by Etta James. In segment (18.04.04) "My favorite things" by Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers, performed by John Coltrane. In segment (25.04.04) "Cherry pink and apple blossom white" by Mack David, Louiguy, performed by Pérez Prado and his Orchestra, "Jersey bounce" by Bobby Plater, Tiny Bradshaw, Edward Johnson, Robert B. Wright, performed by Benny Goodman and his Orchestra, "Pompton Turnpike" by Will Osborne, Dick Rogers, performed by Charlie Barnet and his Orchestra, "Sentimental journey" by Bud Green, Les Brown, Ben Homer, performed by Hal McIntyre and his Orchestra, "Star dust" by Mitchell Parish, Hoagy Carmichael, performed by Artie Shaw and his Orchestra. In segment(12.03.06) "Comes love" by Lew Brown, Sam H. Stept, Charles Tobias, performed by Artie Shaw and his Orchestra. "There will never be another you" by Mack Gordon, Harry Warren, performed by The Modern Jazz Quartet. in segment (2006) "Comes love" by Sam H. Stept, Charles Tobias, Lew Brown, performed by Artie Shaw and his Orchestra. In segment (19.03.06) "There will never be another you" by Mack Gordon, Harry Warren, performed by Jimmy Smith. In segment (26.03.06) "The sermon" by and performed by Jimmy Smith. In segment (23.04.06) "You go to my head" by Haven Gillespie, J. Fred Coots, performed by Lennie Tristano. In segment (30.04.06) "I'm gonna move to the outskirts of town" by William Weldon, Andy Razaf, performed by Ray Charles. In segment (21.05.06) "There will never be another you" by Mack Gordon, Harry Warren, performed by The Modern Jazz Quartet. In segment (04.06.06) "I'd like you for Christmas" by Bobby Troup, performed by Julie London. In segment (08.04.07) "Take five" by Paul Desmond, performed by The Dave Brubeck Quartet; "Girl from Ipanema" by Norman Gimbel, Antonio Carlos Jobim, performed by Daniel P. Conte. In segment (15.04.07) "Fried neckbones and some home fries" by Willie Bobo, Melvin Lastie, performed by Willie Bobo; "Summertime" by DuBose Heyward, George Gershwin, performed by Chet Baker. In segment (22.04.07) "Sing, sing, sing" by Louis Prima, performed by Benny Goodman and his Orchestra. In segment (29.04.07) "Goin' down slow" by James Oden,, performed by Chester Burnett (Howlin' Wolf); "Ralph's new blues" by Milt Jackson, performed by The Modern Jazz Quartet; "Honky tonk Pt. 2" by Jerry Butler, Bill Doggett, Jack Scott, Beresford Shepherd, performed by Bill Doggett. In segment (06.05.07) "Mood indigo" by Duke Ellington, Barney Bigard, Irving Mills, performed by Keely Smith. (Songs)
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Description
motion picture | Made-for-TV series. Medium length film (30-60 minutes). In segment (24.01.99) "Tenderly" by Jack Lawrence, Walter Gross, performed by Chet Baker; "Happy feet" by and performed by Paolo Conte; "Melodia del rio" by and performed by Rubén González. In segment (14.02.99) "Cocoanut boogaloo" by and performed by John Medeski, Chris Wood, Billy Martin. In segment (14.03.99) "A dreamer's holiday" by Kim Gannon, Mabel Wayne, performed by Ray Anthony and his Orchestra. In segment (29.03.99) "Milonga del angel" performed by Al DiMeola. In segment (23.01.00) "Goodnight, my love" by Mack Gordon, Harry Revel, performed Ella Fitzgerald with Benny Goodman and his Orchestra. In segment (30.01.00) "Prince of peace" by and performed by Pharoah Sanders. In segment (27.02.00) "Tasty pudding" performed by Chet Baker. In segment (05.03.00) "Dancing in the dark" by Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz, performed by Tony Bennett. In segment (19.03.00) "Cast your fate to the wind" by Carel Werber, Vince Guaraldi, performed by The Vince Guaraldi Trio. In segment (04.03.01) "I'm forever blowing bubbles" by James Kendis, James Brockman, Nat Vincent, performed by Les Paul. In segment (18.03.01) "Chanchullo" by and performed by Rubén González. In segment (25.03.01) "Jim Dandy" by Lincoln Chase, performed by La Vern Baker, "The genius after hours" by and performed by Ray Charles; "Shuck dub" by R. L. Burnside, Beale Dabbs, performed by R. L. Burnside. In segment (01.04.01) "Everybody's jumpin'" performed by The Dave Brubeck Quartet; "Emily" by Johnny Mercer, Johnny Mandel, performed by Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. In segment (03.11.02) "When the battle is over" by Dr. John (Mac Rebennack), Jessie Hill, performed by Delaney and Bonnie. In segment (17.11.02) "Low society" by and performed by Lowell Fulson; "The infinite desire" by Al DiMeola. In segment (24.11.02) "Sentimental feelings" performed by Sonny Dunham and his Orchestra. In segment (01.12.02) "They can't take that away from me" by Ira and George Gershwin, performed by Joe Pass. In segment (11.04.04) "Django" by John Lewis, performed by The Modern Jazz Quartet; "The blues is my business" by Kevin Bowe, Todd Carney, performed by Etta James. In segment (18.04.04) "My favorite things" by Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers, performed by John Coltrane. In segment (25.04.04) "Cherry pink and apple blossom white" by Mack David, Louiguy, performed by Pérez Prado and his Orchestra, "Jersey bounce" by Bobby Plater, Tiny Bradshaw, Edward Johnson, Robert B. Wright, performed by Benny Goodman and his Orchestra, "Pompton Turnpike" by Will Osborne, Dick Rogers, performed by Charlie Barnet and his Orchestra, "Sentimental journey" by Bud Green, Les Brown, Ben Homer, performed by Hal McIntyre and his Orchestra, "Star dust" by Mitchell Parish, Hoagy Carmichael, performed by Artie Shaw and his Orchestra. In segment(12.03.06) "Comes love" by Lew Brown, Sam H. Stept, Charles Tobias, performed by Artie Shaw and his Orchestra. "There will never be another you" by Mack Gordon, Harry Warren, performed by The Modern Jazz Quartet. in segment (2006) "Comes love" by Sam H. Stept, Charles Tobias, Lew Brown, performed by Artie Shaw and his Orchestra. In segment (19.03.06) "There will never be another you" by Mack Gordon, Harry Warren, performed by Jimmy Smith. In segment (26.03.06) "The sermon" by and performed by Jimmy Smith. In segment (23.04.06) "You go to my head" by Haven Gillespie, J. Fred Coots, performed by Lennie Tristano. In segment (30.04.06) "I'm gonna move to the outskirts of town" by William Weldon, Andy Razaf, performed by Ray Charles. In segment (21.05.06) "There will never be another you" by Mack Gordon, Harry Warren, performed by The Modern Jazz Quartet. In segment (04.06.06) "I'd like you for Christmas" by Bobby Troup, performed by Julie London. In segment (08.04.07) "Take five" by Paul Desmond, performed by The Dave Brubeck Quartet; "Girl from Ipanema" by Norman Gimbel, Antonio Carlos Jobim, performed by Daniel P. Conte. In segment (15.04.07) "Fried neckbones and some home fries" by Willie Bobo, Melvin Lastie, performed by Willie Bobo; "Summertime" by DuBose Heyward, George Gershwin, performed by Chet Baker. In segment (22.04.07) "Sing, sing, sing" by Louis Prima, performed by Benny Goodman and his Orchestra. In segment (29.04.07) "Goin' down slow" by James Oden,, performed by Chester Burnett (Howlin' Wolf); "Ralph's new blues" by Milt Jackson, performed by The Modern Jazz Quartet; "Honky tonk Pt. 2" by Jerry Butler, Bill Doggett, Jack Scott, Beresford Shepherd, performed by Bill Doggett. In segment (06.05.07) "Mood indigo" by Duke Ellington, Barney Bigard, Irving Mills, performed by Keely Smith. (Songs). Motion Picture (Form).
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Chicago citation style:

David Chase, John Patterson, Steve Buscemi, Jack Bender, Allen Coulter, Alan Taylor, Matthew Penn, Martin Bruestie, Timothy Van Patten, Nick Gomez, Terence Winter, Phil Abraham, Lee Tamahori, Etc, Ashen Keilyn, and Scott Liggett Alan Ett. THE SOPRANOS. USA, 1999.

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David Chase, J. P., Ashen Keilyn & Alan Ett, S. L. (1999) THE SOPRANOS. USA.

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David Chase, John Patterson, Steve Buscemi, Jack Bender, Allen Coulter, Alan Taylor, Matthew Penn, Martin Bruestie, Timothy Van Patten, Nick Gomez, Terence Winter, Phil Abraham, Lee Tamahori, Etc, Ashen Keilyn, and Scott Liggett Alan Ett. THE SOPRANOS. USA, 1999.