1970 Soundtrack – 3 In The Cellar

3 In The Cellar (also known as Up in the Cellar) is a 1970 American comedy film directed by Theodore J. Flicker and starring Wes Stern, Larry Hagman, Joan Collins, Judy Pace, David Cargo, and Joan Darling. The plot concerns a man who decides to bed three women.

It was described by AIP as “as near a sequel to Three in the Attic as possible” and was originally known as The Late Boy Wonder. The music was composed by Don Randi.


1  Didn’t I Turn Out Nice? (Don Randi; Dory Previn) 02:49
2  Hugo (Don Randi) 01:57
3  Movin’ Out Slow (Don Randi) 01:51
4  Tracey Loves Me (Don Randi) 02:15
5  Ted’s Tune (Don Randi) 02:05
6  Three Loves (Instrumental) (Don Randi) 03:23
7  Three Loves (Don Randi; Bob Silver) 02:09
8  Our Hero (Don Randi) 00:18
9  Movin’ Out Fast (Don Randi) 02:19
10  Colin’s Ride (Don Randi) 02:31
11  Colin’s Lament (Don Randi) 02:45
12  Tracey’s Groovin (Don Randi) 01:58
13  Harlene Baby (Don Randi) 02:26


BassHarvey Newmark
BassJoe Osborn
DrumsHal Blaine
GuitarAl Casey
GuitarDavid Cohen
GuitarLouis Morell
PianoDon Randi
ReedsJim Horn
ReedsWilliam Green
TromboneGeorge Bohanon
TromboneTommy Shepard
TrumpetBud Brisbois
TrumpetRoy Caton
StringsSid Sharp
PercussionGary Coleman

Other Musicians

1 Didn’t I Turn Out Nice?

VocalsHamilton Camp

7 Three Loves

VocalsHamilton Camp

Liner Notes

Producer – Don Randi
Arranged By – Don Randi
Conductor – Don Randi
Engineer – Armin Steiner

Engineered At Sound Recorders, Hollywood
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