Now available from La-La Land Records: THE QUINN MARTIN COLLECTION – VOLUME 3: THE STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO, a limited edition 2-CD set, showcasing original score tracks by Emmy-winning composer Patrick Williams from the classic 1972-1977 series produced by Quinn Martin

La-La Land Records, The Film Music Society and CBS proudly announce the world-premiere release of THE QUINN MARTIN COLLECTION – VOLUME 3: THE STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO, a limited edition 2-CD set, showcasing original score tracks by Emmy Award-winning composer Patrick Williams (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Bob Newhart Show, Lou Grant, The Magician) from the classic 1972-1977 series produced by the legendary Quinn Martin. Produced for La-La Land Records by Jon Burlingame, and transferred and mastered by Doug Schwartz, this deluxe 2-CD set is limited to 2,000 units and will thrill not only STREETS fans, but also classic TV and score enthusiasts of all ages.

Remastered from original Quinn Martin Productions elements, this thrilling compilation of original music from the beloved cop drama series presents stellar work from composer Williams, featuring his astounding score from the two-hour pilot, plus original scores that Williams did for nine episodes of Streets—including those for “The Thirty Year Pin,” the premiere episode (starring Edmund O’Brien and Eileen Heckart, and featuring a heart-pounding foot chase filmed on location inside the 16th and Mission BART station in San Francisco) and “In the Midst of Strangers,” a memorable first-season episode featuring David Wayne, Robert Foxworth, and spectacular footage of Union Square and Fort Point.

All the drama and excitement of The Streets of San Francisco can be found in Patrick Williams’ swinging orchestral soundscape. Featuring some of the era’s finest musicians under Williams’ jazz expertise, this dynamic music provided Streets with irresistible energy and bounce.

Also included in The Quinn Martin Collection: Volume 3 is the score that Williams did for “The Seduction Squad,” the premiere episode of A Man Called Sloane (NBC, 1979), the last series produced by Quinn Martin. The CD includes exclusive, in-depth liner notes by Jon Burlingame, and arresting art direction by Dan Goldwasser.

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