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  1. Excellent, thank you Jason! Thoses stories about Jerry prising Schindler's List: priceless!
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    John Williams - Low Quantity Alerts!

    From LLL's FB page 8 days ago: La-La Land Records 12 juin, 07:34 · "HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JURASSIC PARK!! Celebrate this timeless classic's 25th anniversary by picking up John Williams' score. Down to just 100 units. Grab it before this 4 CD set goes extinct!"
  3. I'm selling my last John Williams 'For Your Consideration - Best Original Score' Cds. From a non-smoking home. Both are manufactory pressed discs, they are not bootlegs or CD-Rs. Prices include international shipping from France, with tracking. * The Force Awakens FYC: CD is in a printed cardboard cover: CD is in VG condition (slight mark on the surface that doesn't affect the good playing), artwork is MINT. Price: $89 * War Horse FYC: CD is in a box, with front and back covers : CD & artwork are MINT. Price: $89 Be aware that a CD-R version of War Horse is circulating.
  4. I forgot... I took a picture of the music credits during the end credits! Here iit comes!
  5. Well somebody here in France is claiming Amazon.fr did bring him today the CD...
  6. The movie was released today in France. I just saw it. I won't say anything else. NO SPOILER here. About the music, the movie is mixed so loud on the sound effects that it's hard, very hard, to hear the music, except for few scenes. For example, scenes where the love theme, very Korngoldian, can be heard -- and the opening scene, with the probable first exposition of what John Williams wrote for "The Adventures of Han". I can't wait to be able to listen to the CD. I was waiting for more reprises from the material Williams wrote over the years but there are just smart quotes, at the right moments (I can't say more now). I would say it's a more modern SW score, but still in the codes of the saga, musicaly speaking. John Powell has done a superb job, tipping his hat to Williams' work, bringing his own signature in terrific ways (of the Force). And yes, the movie is good!
  7. The movie was released today in France. I just saw it. I won't say anything else. NO SPOILER here. About the music, the movie is mixed so loud on the sound effects that it's hard, very hard, to hear the music, except for few scenes. For example, scenes where the love theme, very Korngoldian, can be heard -- and the opening scene, with the probable first exposition of what John Williams wrote for "The Adventures of Han". I can't wait to be able to listen to the CD. I was waiting for more reprises from the material Williams wrote over the years but there are just smart quotes, at the right moments (I can't say more now). I would say it's a more modern SW score, but still in the codes of the saga, musicaly speaking. John Powell has done a superb job, tipping his hat to Williams' work, bringing his own signature in terrific ways (of the Force). And yes, the movie is good!
  8. What an art of teasing , thank you ! Movie opens tomorrow in France. I'll make a report!
  9. I was banned out of the queue few seconds before being able to get a ticket for the London concert, so I seek for at least one ticket for RAH concert. Please help me, JWFan people, you're my only hope. Please...
  10. Thank you for all your work here, I spent a fantastic time viewing ALL of them!
  11. I voted for A.I. When I saw the movie in a theater in 2001, I knew I wanted every single note recorded for that score. The 3 CD set is a dream come true. I also adore the JP Collection (I love so much The Lost World) and the Home Alone sets. E.T. is a pure bliss too. Hard to choose! I now wish MM would revisit Hook...
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    The Official Varese Sarabande Thread

    From today's 'Newletter' received by e-mail: Our history of releasing great soundtracks from Stephen King inspired novels dates back to our early days. We are pleased to bring you the Stephen King Soundtrack Collection (Limited to 1500). Four scores on eight CDs. Nicholas Pike's score to the 1997 mini-series The Shining makes its debut here on 3 CDs. James Newton Howard's score to Dreamcatcher gets the deluxe treatment. The Stand has 2 CDs worth of great music by W.G. Snuffy Walden and finishing out the collection is Firestarter with music by Tangerine Dream. More info will follow in the coming week. Available to order November 10th.
  13. At creaturefeatures.com http://creaturefeatures.com/shop/cds/skycaptain/
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