Three come to my mind: first and probably obviously, Birdman. Then, the Bullitt soundtrack by Lalo Schiffrin is fantastic from start to finish. Lastly, the original compositions by Elmer Bernstein for LA Confidential really set the tone for the entire film wonderfully.
The preceding segment to the Zappa/Jones clip was of Davy singing and dancing to Nilsson's 'Daddy's Song', (Eddie Hoh, drums) & choreographed by Toni Basil. Hats off to everyone involved, because this couldn't have been easy to film, perform or edit.
Just came across these photos of Eddie Hoh drumming with the Modern Folk Quartet at the Night Owl Cafe in the Village, '66. MFQ went 'electric' in '65 and hired Eddie after seeing him with Joel Scott Hill and Lee Michaels. Spector was interested in producing them, but it didn't really go...
Really cool. I found more on the company:
Looks like they were HQd on the couple of blocks as Lyon & Healey, Kimball Piano and later on, Frank's Drum Shop