Miami Vice Theme - Ray Collins Orchestra & Singers - Greetings From Atlanta (CD)

Miami DEA Commander Burr says the Revillas are not typical drug dealers - they grow, buy, import, market, and ship drugs themselves, profiting all the way with no middlemen to pay off. Burr wants the Revillas—who are in hiding due to all the heat on them—flushed out and eliminated.

However, the DEA's security has been violated, possibly by a Revilla operative with access to files on all their agents. They recommend that two Miami Vice cops become big-time drug dealers in New York as a lure.

Crockett and Tubbs go to see Newton Blade , the "Sears and Roebuck" of controlled substances, for a New York contact through which they can fence a load of cocaine that never made the police lockup; he recommends Jimmy Borges. Crockett and Tubbs go to the Big Apple and meet with NYPD Lieutenant Pearson , who resents their privileged presence and is very uncooperative until Crockett makes a phone call that causes him to become very cooperative.

Tubbs goes looking for his former flame, Valerie Gordon, but only leaves a message. A hooker and a very blue man are causing trouble in the office until Tubbs lays the blue man out. On his way to breakfast, Jimmy apologizes to Miranda about not getting her some "party favors. He promises to make a few calls and catch up with them later.

Crockett speaks with Sacco while Tubbs and Valerie dance. In the bathroom, Jimmy is warned by Gabriel one of the Revilla gang that he's making too many phone calls. Sacco is not "hungry" for cocaine because of the Revillas' command of the market, warning Crockett not to try and muscle in.

Sacco leaves, and Valerie thanks Crockett for siding with her after what went down in Miami. Jimmy meets the Revillas, who warn him not to do business with "the Americans.

She initially plays hard to get, but they share a cab and head to her studio for a night of lovemaking. Crockett wakes up the next morning and finds Margaret's studio is being set up for a gallery that night. Music Categories: Soundtracks: Television. Alicia Keys. First Class. Frank Sinatra. Patsy Cline. Hank Snow. How to Order. International Shipping. Guest stars Accolades Feature film.

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  1. Miami Vice II: New Music From The Television Series Miami Vice Jan Hammer. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Miami Vice (Unrated Director's Edition) [Blu-ray] Colin Farrell The problem is that while the movie has instrumentals of some hauntingly great music, the CD always has some kind of techno /5().
  2. Miami Vice: Music from the Television Series by Soundtrack - CD () for $ from Soundtracks - Order by Phone /5(39).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Miami Vice - Music From The Television Series on Discogs.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Miami Vice - Music From The Television Series on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCA,MCA Records - MCA • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop, Rock, Stage & Screen • Style: Pop Rock, Soundtrack, Theme, Score /5(40).
  5. Jan Hammer shared the space on this record with a selection of songs that had been used in the TV series, the most notable of which was probably Glenn Frey's "Smuggler's Blues," a song that inspired an episode of its own. Bright, gaudy, and entertaining, a perfect Friday night soundtrack, with one hell of a brilliant piece of theme music.
  6. Visit Tunefind for music from your favorite TV shows and movies. Find all songs featured in Miami Vice Soundtrack, listed by episode with scene descriptions. Ask questions and download or stream the entire soundtrack on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, & Amazon.
  7. "Miami Vice Theme" is a musical piece composed and performed by Jan Hammer as the theme to the television series Miami Vice. It was first presented as part of the television broadcast of the show in September , was released as a single in , and peaked at the number one spot on the Billboard Hot It was the last instrumental to top the Hot until , when "Harlem Shake" by.
  8. May 08,  · Miami Vice TV Theme drum cover from the 80s TV series. A composition by the great keyboardist Jan Hammer who played with ground breaking fusion group the Mahavishnu Orchestra which featured the.
  9. In , after extensive pressure from fans of the show, Jan Hammer finally released a more comprehensive collection of the score music he wrote for Miami the first disc contained music that had already been released on previous soundtracks (namely the three Miami Vice albums and Hammer's own album, Escape From Television), the second CD featured cues that had never .

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