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MrScratch last won the day on June 12 2018

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  1. I reached out to the USCG Band directly and did eventually receive a physical copy of this CD last year.
  2. And it's official. Postponed until spring. New dates will be announced in the next couple weeks.
  3. If anyone here has tickets to next week's Empire Strikes Back LTP concert at the Baltimore Symphony, the musicians are currently on strike and the concerts next weekend are in danger of being cancelled or postponed. This sucks.
  4. BFG, it's solidly mediocre and listenable. The other two don't do anything for me.
  5. Good question, I selected "Probably not". It was through Williams that I discovered other film composers and classical music, etc. I don't see that happening if this kind of music wasn't presented to me in such a way via Lucas/Spielberg/Williams in the early 1980s.
  6. It's not an ideal release by any means but overall still enjoyable at the time for all the great music that was left off of the OST. I still have my copy of it.
  7. I most want Sugarland Express but voted Amistad, it seems like the likeliest candidate.
  8. I bought Jaws, Jaws 2, Superman: The Movie and Superman II/III. The extra STM source music on II/III was enough to make me buy it.
  9. Monsignor, Schindler's List Gold and the Slatkin/Mahler SACD are gone. Here is what is left: Stanley & Iris OST CD (Varese) Temple of Doom (Japanese) and Last Crusade OSTs Saving Private Ryan OST, AI OST, Lost World OST and E.T. 1996 Expanded CD all as one auction lot As I said before, I am willing to sell or trade. Also willing to break up any of the lots.
  10. Summon The Heroes, easily, what a kick-ass piece of music
  11. I first saw POTA on TV in the 80s when I was a kid, the music stuck out to me then. It's easily Jerry's best score, of the ones I have heard.
  12. Herrmann has always been my 2nd favorite.
  13. I own every legally released John Williams composition there is, my favorites are his great classic blockbuster scores specifically his 1975-1984 blockbusters, so I guess I just love great melodic symphonic film music. I like all of John's scores to some degree, the only ones I don't really care for are John Goldfarb and The Terminal. I even greatly enjoy his jazz/pop infused scores like Cinderella Liberty, Not With My Wife You Don't and Earthquake. In general, I'm always looking for new music, it doesn't have to be similar to something I already like. I'm on Spotify all the time looking for new (new to me) music but I find their film score/soundtrack selection to be lacking. Jerry has 60 or so soundtracks which is maybe a quarter of total film score output. Some of the Goldsmith CDs I got were cheap eBay add-ons from sellers I was buying other stuff from. Oh absolutely. I know a lot of his themes but with the exception of POTA I never listen to a Jerry score in it's entirety, unlike Williams. First Knight, The Mummy and Poltergeist probably come the closest.
  14. Wow, I thought you meant Twilight Zone the movie. I also do have a TZ show compilation CD with some JG on there.
  15. Buying them won't but listening to them might. I'm always seeking to expand my music knowledge and taste. I do have that theme on a Kunzel recordings!
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