La-La Land Records has announced the first-ever soundtrack release for the classic 70s series The Streets of San Francisco starring Karl Malden and Michael Douglas as part of the label’s third volume of the Quinn Martin Collection. The album features music from the ABC drama composed by Patrick Williams (Cry-Baby, The Cutting Edge, Columbo, Used Cars, The Toy, Cuba),  including the composer’s pilot score and music from nine additional episode. Also included are selections of the composer’s music from the 1979 TV series A Man Called Sloane. The 2-CD set is limited to 2,000 copies and is now available to order in the label’s online store, where you can also check out the track list and listen to audio samples.

The label has also announced the latest title in its Universal Pictures Film Music Classics Collection series; the world premiere soundtrack release for Munster, Go Home! directed by Earl Bellamy and starring Fred Gwynne, Yvonne De Carlo, Al Lewis and Butch Patrick. The album features the original music from the 1966 horror comedy composed and conducted by Jack Marshall (The Missouri Traveler, The Deputy, Thunder Road). Visit the label’s website to order the CD, which is limited to 3,000 copies, and for the full details of the release. Munster, Go Home! is available to stream on VOD and to purchase on Blu-ray.