This striking gatefold album issued by World Pacific in 1970 has never been released on CD and isn't available as a download.
More's the pity as saxophonist Wilton Felder, a longtime member of The Crusaders and its predecessor The Jazz Crusaders, and his cohorts lay down a solid jazz-funk album of airplay-ready material where only one selection is over several minutes in length. Only the title track has anything to do with the classic Steve McQueen movie. The rest are mainly covers of R&B hits of the day, like Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing, a Motown hit for Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell in 1968.
Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing
None of the other musicians on Wilton Felder's Bullitt are identified, although the arrangements are by another member of the Crusaders, Wayne Henderson.
Felder's version of the Bullitt theme has turned up on several CD compilations from Blue Note, of which the easiest to obtain is Blue Movies: Scoring for the Studios. It's also available as a download.
Prices for copies of the original World Pacific LP are in the range of $20-50.
Here's Felder's recording of Bullitt accompanied by some of the great car chase scenes from the movie.