From the liner notes...
As soon as I had joined Dizzy Gillespie's band, he said, "Why don't you write something for us?" His words triggered my imagination, and the ideas started to flow. Diz had been one of my greatest inspirations (still is), and the composition process was intense and exhilarating. A few days later, I took the sketches of "Gillespiana" to his home and played them on the piano. When I finished, he asked me "How are you going to orchestrate this work?" I replied "I hear a jazz quintet... plus a brass band." Diz immediately called Norman Granz who was at that time the head of Verve Records. With the telephone in his hand he asked me how long it would take to arrange it. "Three weeks," was my response. He told Norman, "Book a studio a month from now." And this is how "Gillespiana" was born...
Prelude - 7:08
Blues - 12:09
Panamericana - 5:26
Africana - 13:56
Tocata - 14:33
featuring Jon Faddis, Paquito D'Rivera, Alex Acuña, Marcio Doctor, John Riley, and Heiner Wiberny composed by Lalo Schifrin published by Scherzo Music, Inc.
Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 - 8:46
featuring Markus Stockhausen composed by Hector Villalobos arranged by Lalo Schifrin produced by Wolfgang Hirschmann and Lalo Schifrin