Mafia - The City Of Lost Heaven (OST)

Mafia is a game set on the east coast of the USA in the 1930s. It was the era of Model-T Fords, zoot suits, The Great Depression and prohibition. It was also the era of jazz! Jazz was an emerging genre of music in the early 1920s and by the 30s it had taken root in America. To reflect this, much of the *unoriginal* music featured in ‘Mafia’ is 30s jazz, from such greats as Louis Armstrong, Django Reinhardt and Duke Ellington.

The music in Mafia sets the mood and also reminds of the 30s gangster era and the music that was around, way back then. The tracks featured in Mafia are performed by:

Duke Ellington.
Lonnie Johnson.
Louis Armstrong.
Louis Jordan.
Louis Prima.
The Mills Brothers.
Django Reinhardt.
Latcho Drom.

The tracks themselves number in at over 30 different pieces. These are, in their entirety:

1. Minor swing - Django Reinhardt and The Hot Club de France (New Ark Theme).

2. Rhythm futur - Django Reinhardt and The Hot Club de France (Heard on Salieri’s gramophone).

3. Coucou - Django Reinhardt and The Hot Club de France (Heard in ‘Happy Birthday).

4. Vendredi - Django Reinhardt and The Hot Club de France (Downtown Theme).

5. Oiseaux des Iles - Django Reinhardt and The Hot Club de France (Countryside Theme).

6. Belleville - Django Reinhardt and The Hot Club de France (Central Island Theme).

7. Lentement mademoiselle - Django Reinhardt and The Hot Club de France (Countryside Theme).

8. Douce ambience - Django Reinhardt and The Hot Club de France (Countryside Theme).

9. Manoir des mes reves - Django Reinhardt and The Hot Club de France (Hoboken Theme).

10. Cavalerie - Django Reinhardt and The Hot Club de France (Little Italy Theme).

11. Coquette - Django Reinhardt and The Hot Club de France (Heard in Salieri’s Bar).

12. Echoes of France - Django Reinhardt and The Hot Club de France (Oakwood Theme).

13.You rascal you - The Mills Brothers (Heard in ‘Bon Apetit’, ‘Sarah’ & ‘You Lucky Bastard’).

14. Chinatown My Chinatown - The Mills Brothers (Chinatown Theme).

15. Tiger rag - The Mills Brothers (Heard in ‘Molotov Party’).

16. Out for no good - The Mills Brothers (Heard on Salieri’s gramophone).

17. Moanin’ for you - The Mills Brothers (Heard in ‘A Great Deal’).

18. Caravan - The Mills Brothers (Oak Hill Theme).

19. Long about midnight - Louis Prima (Heard in ‘Bon Apetit – Carlo’).

20. Sing it way down low - Louis Prima (Heard in ‘Omerta – Airport’).

21. I’m living in a Great big way - Louis Prima (Heard in ‘Running man, Molotov Party. Countryside Theme).

22. I’m not rough - Louis Armstrong (Heard on Salieri’s gramophone).

23. The mooche – Duke Ellington (Works Quarter Theme).

24. Jet black blues - Lonnie Johnson (Heard in ‘Bon Apetit’, ‘Fairplay’ etc).

25.You run your mouth and I’ll run my business - Louis Jordan and His Tympany five (Heard in ‘A Great Deal’).

26. Lake of fire - Lordz of Brooklyn (Heard in ending credits).

27. La Verdine - Latcho Drom (Heard in ‘Running Man & You Lucky Bastard’).

28. Fighting Theme #1 (Heard in ‘Ordinary Routine, ‘A Great Deal’ etc.)

29. Fighting Theme #2 (Heard in ‘The Whore – Hotel Corleone’).

30. Car-Chase Theme #1 (Any mission containing a car-chase).

31.Car-Chase Theme #2 (Any mission containing a car-chase, ‘Crème da la Crème’).

32. Briefing - Good.

33. Briefing - Bad. (A Great Deal, Death of Art etc).

34. Briefing – Conspiracy (Aka: The Farm Theme). (Heard in ‘A Trip To The Country’).

35. Epilogue. (Heard in concluding movie).

36. Escalation. (Heard in ‘Sarah’, in Pepe’s Restaurant’ etc).

37. Fate. (Heard in concluding movie).

38. Main Theme. (Heard in main menu, introduction movie, concluding movie).

39. Night Psycho. (Heard in ‘Visiting Rich People’).

40. Quiet Before the Storm. (Heard in ‘Better Get Used To It).

41. Sarah’s Theme (Heard in ‘Sarah’).

42. Sorrow and Church (Heard in ‘The Priest’).

43. Surprise! (Heard in ‘Ordinary Routine’).

44. The End (Heard in concluding movie).

Where can I get the music from?

There is no Mafia OST CD available in stores or elsewhere, however, all tracks may be extracted from the game CDs using the Mafia Data Xtractor.

** The unoriginal music is any music that wasn’t specifically written for the making of Mafia**.

Original Music
Composed and arranged by Vladimir Simunek
Orchestrated by Adam Klemens
Producer: Jiri Zobac
Sound mixer: Vladimir Fila
Performed by the Bohemia Symphonic Orchestra
Conductor: Adam Klemens
Contractor: Jiri Krizanovsky
Recorded in Studio B of the National Theatre, Prague, Czech Republic
Mix and mastering: EVOO studio

The music of Vladimir Simunek was performed by the 45 member Bohemia
Symphonic Orchestra at Studio B of the National Theatre in Prague,
Czech Republic.

The orchestra was conducted by Adam Klemens (Dark Blue World),
and was produced by Jiri Zobac, who has worked with, among others,
Angelo Badalamenti on the films of David Lynch.

alternative soundtrack:

• Django Reinhardt et The Hot Club de France - Minor Swing
Disque A. Paris 1937, JSP
o Fichier : city_music_06.ogg
o Entendu : Ville - New Ark
o

• Django Reinhardt et The Hot Club de France - Rhythm Futur
Disque A. Paris 1939-1940, JSP
o Fichier : s_music1.wav
o Entendu : “18-01 Relax, Max ! - Bar de Salieri” (Gramophone)
o

• Django Reinhardt et The Hot Club de France - Coucou
Disque B. Paris 1939-1940, JSP
o Fichier : 14_Coucou.wav
o Entendu : “14-03 Joyeux anniversaire ! - Pendant la fête” (Jouée par l’orchestre)
o

• Django Reinhardt et The Hot Club de France - Vendredi 13
Disque B. Paris 1939-1940, JSP
o Fichier : city_music_04.ogg
o Entendu : Ville - Down Town
o

• Django Reinhardt et The Hot Club de France - Oiseaux des Iles
Disque C. Paris & London 1940-1946, JSP
o Fichier : city_music_15.ogg
o Entendu : Campagne - Pont de bois
o

• Django Reinhardt et The Hot Club de France - Belleville
Disque C. Paris & London 1940-1946, JSP
o Fichier : city_music_09.ogg
o Entendu : Ville - Central Island
o

• Django Reinhardt et The Hot Club de France - Lentement Mademoiselle
Disque C. Paris & London 1940-1946, JSP
o Fichier : city_music_12.ogg
o Entendu : Campagne - Nord est
o

• Django Reinhardt et The Hot Club de France - Douce Ambiance
Disque C. Paris & London 1940-1946, JSP
o Fichier : city_music_13.ogg
o Entendu : Campagne - Montagne
o

• Django Reinhardt et The Hot Club de France - Manoir de Mes Rêves
Disque C. Paris & London 1940-1946, JSP
o Fichier : city_music_07.ogg
o Entendu : Ville - Hoboken
o

• Django Reinhardt et The Hot Club de France - Cavalerie
Disque C. Paris & London 1940-1946, JSP
o Fichier : city_music_02.ogg
o Entendu : Ville - Little Italy
o

• Django Reinhardt et The Hot Club de France - Coquette
Disque C. Paris & London 1940-1946, JSP
o Fichiers : 03b_music.wav / 18_radio.wav
o Entendu : Non utilisé / “16-01 La crème de la crème - Bar de Salieri” (Radio de Luigi) & “18-04 Relax, Max ! - Port” (Radio dans la cabane)
o

• Django Reinhardt et The Hot Club de France - Echoes of France
Disque C. Paris & London 1940-1946, JSP
o Fichier : city_music_05.ogg
o Entendu : Ville - Oakwood & Campagne - Sud est
o

• The Mills Brothers - You Rascal, You
Chronological. Volume 1, JSP
o Fichiers : 07b_gramec.wav / 13a_music.wav / s_music2.wav
o Entendu : “07-03 Sarah - Surprise” (Dernière cinématique : Gramophone de Sarah) / “13-01 Bon appétit ! - Dans la ville” (Cinématique : Radio de Luigi) / “15-01 Veinard ! - Bar de Salieri” (Radio de Vincenzo)
o

• The Mills Brothers - Chinatown, My Chinatown
Chronological. Volume 1, JSP
o Fichier : city_music_03.ogg
o Entendu : Ville - China Town
o

• The Mills Brothers - Tiger Rag
Chronological. Volume 1, JSP
o Fichier : 03_music.wav
o Entendu : “03-03 Cocktail explosif - Bar de Morello” (Radio du bar de Morello)
o

• The Mills Brothers - Out For No Good
Chronological. Volume 3, JSP
o Fichier : s_music3.wav
o Entendu : “17-01 Campagne électorale - Bar de Salieri” (Gramophone)
o

• “Moanin’ For You” The Mills Brothers
Chronological. Volume 3, JSP
o Fichier : 12_radio.wav
o Entendu : “12-02 Une affaire géniale ! - Parking” (Radio du parking)
o

• The Mills Brothers - Caravan
Chronological. Volume 5, JSP
o Fichier : city_music_08.ogg
o Entendu : Ville - Oak Hill
o

• Louis Prima - Long About Midnight
Volume 1. 1934-1935, JSP
o Fichier : 13b_music.wav
o Entendu : “13-04 Bon appétit ! - Carlo ” (Radio de Carlo)
o

• Louis Prima - Sing It Way Down Low
Volume 1. 1934-1935, JSP
o Fichiers : 10_music.wav / 10_musicin.wav
o Entendu : “10-04 Omerta - Aéroport” (Radio de l’aéroport extérieur / intérieur)
o

• Louis Prima - I’m Living in a Great Big Way
Volume 1. 1934-1935, JSP
o Fichiers : city_music_10.ogg / 02c_music.wav
o Entendu : Campagne - Sud ouest / Non utilisé
o

• Lonnie Johnson - I’m Not Rough
Palying With The Strings, JSP
o Fichier : s_music5.wav
o Entendu : “07-04 T’as intérêt à t’habituer - Bar de Salieri” (Gramophone)
o

• Lonnie Johnson - The Mooche
Playing With The Strings, JSP
o Fichier : city_music_01.ogg
o Entendu : Ville - Works Quarter
o

• Lonnie Johnson - Jet Black Blues
Playing With The Strings, JSP
o Fichier : city_music_11.ogg
o Entendu : Campagne - Nord ouest
o

• Louis Jordan et ses Tympany Five - You Run Your Mouth and I’ll Run my Business
Disque A. 1938-1940, JSP
o Fichier : 12_scene music.ogg
o Entendu : “12-03 Une affaire géniale ! - Poursuite en bagnole”
o

• Lordz of Brooklyn - Lake of Fire
1993, Tunnel Vizion
o Fichier : Lake of Fire.ogg
o Entendu : Générique de fin
o

• Latcho Drom - La Verdine
Deborah (1999), Musique Du Soleil
o Fichier : mise02-ulicka.ogg
o Entendu : “02-02 Le fuyard - Pause café” & “15-07 Veinard ! - Passage à niveau”
o

Edited by bilo07 on 14 Aug 2008, 17:32

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