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  1. The Specialized Soundtrack Market has it changed or stayed the same? For me it times have change. In 1997 when the RCA Victor Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition 2 CD Releases , The 2000 Superman The Movie Rhino Records 2 CD Release and the 8 Disc Superman The Music 1978-1988 Box Set came out those where the peak of the specialized soundtrack market. Buying CD Soundtracks and expanded soundtracks is not the same now as it was in 1997 most people are streaming or buying their music off of iTunes , Amazon Music , Google Play Music , listening to it via Spotify etc. Sure you have company's and labels like Varèse Sarabande , Intrada Records and La La Land Records who put out these Limited Edition CD Soundtrack Sets but the market for buying CDs has changed. What are your thoughts on this and what is your opinion on this?
  2. Ok, that's a little touch of humour. But some years... admit... grrrr 😜 Academy Awards 2017 The Shape of Water - Alexandre Desplat 2015 The Hateful Eight - Ennio Morricone 2013 Gravity - Steven Price 2012 Life of Pi - Mychael Danna 2011 The Artist - Ludovic Bource 2005 Brokeback Mountain - Gustavo Santaolalla 2004 Finding Neverland - Jan A. P. Kaczmarek 2002 Frida - Elliot Goldenthal 2001 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - Howard Shore 2000 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon - Tan Dun 1999 The Red Violin - John Corigliano 1998 Life Is Beautiful - Nicola Piovani 1997 Titanic - James Horner 1996 The English Patient - Gabriel Yared 1995 Pocahontas - Alan Menken (music and orchestral score) & Stephen Schwartz (lyrics) 1995 The Postman (Il Postino) - Luis Bacalov 1991 Beauty and the Beast - Alan Menken 1990 Dances with Wolves - John Barry 1989 The Little Mermaid - Alan Menken 1988 The Milagro Beanfield War - Dave Grusin 1987 The Last Emperor - Ryuichi Sakamoto, David Byrne & Cong Su 1984 A Passage to India - Maurice Jarre 1983 The Right Stuff - Bill Conti 1981 Chariots of Fire - Vangelis 1980 Fame - Michael Gore 1978 Midnight Express - Giorgio Moroder 1977 Star Wars - John Williams (he won against himself!!!! Waaaaa, Maxi big da Force!!!!) 1974 The Godfather Part II - Nino Rota & Carmine Coppola 1973 The Sting - Marvin Hamlisch (adaptation score) 1973 The Way We Were - Marvin Hamlisch 1972 Limelight - Charlie Chaplin, Raymond Rasch (posthumously) & Larry Russell (posthumously) 1969 Hello, Dolly! - Lennie Hayton & Lionel Newman (adaptation score) 1969 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid - Burt Bacharach 1967 Camelot - Alfred Newman & Ken Darby Grammy Awards 2014 Thomas Newman - Skyfall 2013 Trent Reznor Atticus Ross - The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 2009 Hans Zimmer, James Newton Howard - The Dark Knight 2007 John Williams - Memoirs of a Geisha (against himself) 2006 Craig Armstrong - Ray 2004 Howard Shore (composer), John Kurlander (engineer), Peter Cobbin (engineer/mixer) - The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers 2002 Tan Dun - Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2000 Randy Newman - A Bug's Life 1999 John Williams - Saving Private Ryan (against himself again!) 1998 Gabriel Yared - The English Patient 1994 Alan Menken - Aladdin 1993 Alan Menken (for the instrumental score portion of the soundtrack) - Beauty and the Beast 1990 Dave Grusin - The Fabulous Baker Boys 1989 Various artists - The Last Emperor 1988 Ennio Morricone - The Untouchables 1984 Various artists - Flashdance 1962 Henry Mancini - Breakfast at Tiffany's The Grammy understood one thing... to make Star Wars win in 1978... and Close Encounters in 1979!!! Wise! BAFTA Awards 2015 The Hateful Eight – Ennio Morricone 2013 Gravity – Steven Price 2012 Skyfall – Thomas Newman 2011 The Artist – Ludovic Bource 2002 The Hours – Philip Glass 1998 Elizabeth – David Hirschfelder 1981 The French Lieutenant's Woman – Carl Davis 1978 Star Wars – John Williams (against himself again, Maxi Big da Force, even one year after all the others!) Golden Globe Awards 2017 The Shape of Water – Alexandre Desplat 2013 All Is Lost – Alex Ebert 2011 The Artist – Ludovic Bource 2001 Moulin Rouge! – Craig Armstrong 1999 The Legend of 1900 – Ennio Morricone 1998 The Truman Show – Burkhard Dallwitz, Philip Glass 1997 Titanic – James Horner 1993 Heaven & Earth – Kitarō 1989 The Little Mermaid – Alan Menken 1988 Gorillas in the Mist: The Story of Dian Fossey – Maurice Jarre 1987 The Last Emperor – David Byrne, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Cong Su 1984 A Passage to India – Maurice Jarre 1980 The Stunt Man – Dominic Frontiere 1978 Midnight Express – Giorgio Moroder 1977 Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (okay, the Force was with Him!) 1974 The Little Prince – Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe 1973 Jonathan Livingston Seagull – Neil Diamond 1972 The Godfather – Nino Rota
  3. HI FELLAS!!! YOU KNOW IM LOOKING FOR THIS RECORDS TO MY COLLECTION CAN ANYONE HELP ME PLEASE! AND SHARE WITH ME THOSE rranged, 1999 ACD-1451-1 Star Wars : The Phantom Menace (Bootleg) Disc 1 01. Fox Fanfare (00:23) 02. Main Title / Arrival at Naboo / Darth Sidious Appears (04:49) 03. The Jedi Knights / Amidala & the Nemoidians / The Invasion Begins (05:11) 04. Jar Jar Binks / Swim to Otoh Gunga / Boss Nass / There's Always a Bigger Fish (06:49) 05. Darth Sidious & Nute Gunray / The Bongo Trip / Droids Invade Theed (03:10) 06. Queen is Captured / Bombad Jedi (02:02) 07. Freeing the Pilots / Escape from Naboo / Heroics of Artoo Detoo (02:33) 08. Jar Jar & Padme / Tatooine Landing / Mos Espa (02:28) 09. Jar Jar & Sebulba / Sandstorm / Meet See Threepio (03:00) 10. "At Last We Shall Have Revenge" (00:32) 11. Qui-Gon & Shmi / Kids at Play / "It's Working" (03:40) 12. Arrival of Darth Maul (01:09) 13. Gambling with Watto / The Flag Parade (03:51) 14. The Podrace / Anakin is Free (03:42) 15. Anakin's Theme (03:10) 16. Passage Through the Planet Core (04:41) 17. Watto's Deal / Kids at Play (04:59) 18. The Arrival at Tatooine and the Flag Parade (04:03) 19. Anakin Defeats Sebulba (04:24) Disc 2 01. Duel in the Desert (01:39) 02. Sio Bibble & Nute Gunray / Padme & Anakin / Arrival at Coruscant (03:33) 03. Senator Palpatine (00:54) 04. Anakin will not be Trained / Midichlorians (03:55) 05. Back to Naboo / Being Friends (04:09) 06. Gungan March / Courtyard Attack / Deploying the Battle Droids (03:07) 07. "Get to your Ships" / Appearance of Darth Maul / Jedi Duel (03:49) 08. The Space Battle (02:20) 09. Anakin Blasts the Droidekas / Battle Cadences / Lightsaber Duel / Anakin's Crash Landing (03:14) 10. The Gungan's Retreat (01:58) 11. Qui-Gon's Noble End (02:20) 12. Anakin Destroys the Reactor (01:30) 13. The Deaths of Darth Maul & Qui-Gon Jinn (01:14) 14. Palpatine Comes to Naboo / Yoda & Obi-Wan Kenobi / Funeral for Qui-Gon (03:10) 15. Naboo Parade & End Credits (10:00) 16. Duel of the Fates (No Choir) (01:24) 17. "Tone Poems" (01:59) 18. The Sith Spacecraft and the Droid Battle (02:36) 19. The Droid Invasion / The Appearance of Darth Maul (05:10) 20. Queen Amidala / The Naboo Palace (04:53) 21. Duel of the Fate (04:14) ACROSS THE STARS STAR WARS Episode II Attack of the Clones Promotional Single Track Listing 1. Across the Stars Love Theme with movie dialogue and effects (4:23) 2. Across the Stars Love Theme (2:38) 3. Across the Stars Instrumental Edit (4:21) 2002 - JEDI MAESTRO Interviews and Music (PROMO CD) Track Listing 1. Radio Show, Part I (27:18) 2. Radio Show, Part 2 (37:01) 3. "Across the Stars" (Dialogue/SFX Edit) (4:33) 4. George Lucas: Star Wars movies are carried by music like in silent films (0:47) 5. George Lucas: Why Episode II has a love theme (0:17) 6. George Lucas: The use of Asian percussion in the Episode II chase music (0:44) 7. George Lucas: Variations of "Across the Stars" used in Episode II (0:18) 8. John Williams: How Episode II is different from the other Star Wars films (0:16) 9. John Williams: "Across The Stars" is influenced by old Hollywood movies (2:39) 10. John Williams: Music from all Star Wars films is one body work (0:45) 11. John Williams: New and old Star Wars themes used in Episode II film score (0:51) 12. John Williams: The diversity of the entire body of Star Wars themes (1:53) 13. John Williams: How he decides what music goes on the soundtrack CD (0:44) 14. John Williams: First time he hears his Star Wars scores performed (0:36)
  4. Anyone has this CD? Does it contains the original soundtracks or re-recordings? Sci-Fi's Greatest Hits Vol. 1 Final Frontiers (1998, TVT Records β€Žβ€“ 1950-2) 1 2001: A Space Odyssey Written-By – Richard Strauss 2 Star Wars Written-By – John Williams (4) 3 The Empire Strikes Back - The Imperial March Written-By – John Williams (4) 4 The Return Of The Jedi Written-By – John Williams (4) 5 Star Trek Written-By – Alexander Courage 6 Star Trek: The Next Generation Written-By – Alexander Courage, Gene Roddenberry, Jerry Goldsmith 7 Lost In Space (1965 TV Theme) Written-By – John Williams (4) 8 Lost In Space (1967 TV Theme) Written-By – John Williams (4) 9 Lost In Space (Film) Written-By – Bruce Broughton 10 Battlestar Galactica Written-By – Glen Larson, Stu Phillips 11 Space: 1999 Written-By – Barry Gray 12 Buck Rogers In The 25th Century Written-By – Glen Larson 13 Babylon 5 Written-By – Christopher Franke 14 The Black Hole Written-By – John Barry 15 Alien Written-By – Jerry Goldsmith 16 The Abyss Written-By – Alan Silvestri 17 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea (TV) Written-By – Paul Sawtell 18 Journey To The Center Of The Earth - Prelude Written-By – Bernard Herrmann 19 Land Of The Giants Written-By – John Williams (4) 20 Planet Of The Apes Written-By – Jerry Goldsmith 21 Time Tunnel Written-By – John Williams (4) 22 Fireball XL-5 Written-By – Barry Gray 23 Dr. Who Written-By – Ron Grainer 24 Stargate - Stargate Overture Written-By – David Arnold 25 Total Recall - The Dream Written-By – Jerry Goldsmith 26 Blade Runner Written-By – Vangelis 27 Tron - Creation Of Tron/End Titles Written-By – Wendy Carlos 28 Strange Days Written-By – Graeme Revell 29 VR.5 Written-By – John Frizzell 30 Space Above & Beyond Written-By – Shirley Walker 31 Inside Space - History's Arc Written-By – David S. Brody 32 Welcome To Paradox Written-By – Lawrence Shragge 33 Mission: Genesis Written-By – Fred Mollin
  5. Have you guys seen what this app Ditty is letting everyone do with Star Wars songs? I've attached an example. I'm shocked they have the Star Wars songs in the app. I've understand Mr. Williams to be very particular about how his songs get used. Assuming he approved this, it's pretty cool he's up for people making up lyrics to all these famous Star Wars songs. Search Ditty in the app store to find the app....it's free and worth checking out. What do you think of my video? IMG_7021.mp4
  6. I do this because this era is pretty unkown to a lot of people, beginning with me... So where to begin to start a basic collection? Make a top 10 of your favorites pre-Jaws albums! (I will later compile the results) Quickly some hints to help making your choice... 1957 Wagon Train [Original TV Music From] (Some Tracks composed by Johnny Williams. Music conducted by Stanley Wilson) 1959 The Music from M Squad (Some tracks composed by Johnny Williams. Music conducted by Stanley Wilson) 1960 Checkmate [Original Music from The CBS-TV Show] 1962 Diamond Head [Music From The Motion Picture] 1966 How To Steal A Million [Original Motion Picture Score] 1966 Not With My Wife, You Don't! [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Album] 1966 Penelope [Original Music From The MGM Film] 1967 Fitzwilly [Original Motion Picture Score] 1968 Heidi [Original Soundtrack Recording] 1968 Valley of the Dolls [Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack] 1969 The Virginian (Some Tracks composed by Johnny Williams. Music conducted by Stanley Wilson) 1969 Goodbye, Mr. Chips [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 1969 The Reivers [Original Score] 1971 Fiddler On The Roof [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Recording] 1971 Jane Eyre [Music From The Omnibus/Sagittarius Production] 1972 Images [The Original Sound Track Recording] 1973 Cinderella Liberty [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 1973 The Cowboys [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 1973 Tom Sawyer [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 1974 Earthquake [Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 1974 The Towering Inferno [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 1975 The Eiger Sanction [Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 1996 Land of the Giants 1997 The Time Tunnel 1997 Lost in Space, Vol. 1 [Original Television Soundtrack] 1997 Lost in Space, Vol. 2 [Original Television Soundtrack] 1998 The Poseidon Adventure/The Paper Chase [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 1999 Twilight Zone 2000 A Guide For The Married Man [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 2000 Lost in Space, Vol. 3 [Original Television Soundtrack] 2001 John Goldfarb, Please Come Home [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 2002 The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 2004 Fitzwilly/The Long Goodbye [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 2005 Jericho/The Ghostbreaker (Ghostbreaker's music Composed and Conducted by John Williams) 2008 How to Steal a Million/Bachelor Flat 2009 None But the Brave (Music by John Williams, Conducted by Morris Stoloff) 2010 TV Omnibus: Volume One (1962-1976) (The Bronze Locust, 1963) 2011 Not With My Wife, You Don't, Vol. 2 β€” Original Soundtrack 2011 Nightwatch/Killer by Night (Nighwatch's music Composed and Conducted by John Williams) 2013 Fitzwilly – Special Archival Edition [Original MGM Motion Picture Soundtrack]
  7. It is perhaps still too early to talk about this, but it must be done sooner or later, I mean to group all John Williams albums together in a coffret. For my part, I find that it would be interesting to do a Television and Film music coffret with the replica of all the original albums, all pre-digital tracks remastered from the original Master analog tapes. Any other ideas? Here is my suggestion for a first coffret of 50 CD, covering the 1960-1992 era. John Williams The Original Soundtracks Anthology (1960-1992) 50 CD CD1-1960 Checkmate CD2-1962 Diamond Head CD3-1966 How to Steal a Million CD4-1966 Not With My Wife, You Don't CD5-1966 Penelope CD6-1967 Fitzwilly CD7-1968 Heidi CD8-1968 Valley of the Dolls CD9-1969 Goodbye, Mr. Chips CD10-1969 The Reivers CD11-1971 Fiddler on the Roof CD12-1971 Jane Eyre CD13-1972 Images CD14-1973 Cinderella Liberty CD15-1973 The Cowboys CD16-1973 Tom Sawyer CD17-1974 Earthquake CD18-1975 The Eiger Sanction CD19-1975 Jaws CD20-1975 The Towering Inferno CD21-1976 The Missouri Breaks CD22-1977 Star Wars CD23-1977 Close Encounters of the Third Kind CD24-1978 Jaws 2 CD25-1978 Superman: The Movie CD26-1978 The Fury CD27-1979 1941 CD28-1979 Dracula CD29-1980 The Empire Strikes Back CD30-1981 Raiders of the Lost Ark CD31-1982 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial CD32-1982 Monsignor CD33-1983 Return of the Jedi CD34-1984 The River CD35-1984 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom CD36-1986 SpaceCamp CD37-1987 The Witches of Eastwick CD38-1987 Empire of the Sun CD39-1988 The Accidental Tourist CD40-1989 Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade CD41-1989 Born on the Fourth of July CD42-1990 Always CD43-1990 Stanley & Iris CD44-1990 Presumed Innocent CD45-1990 Home Alone CD46-1991 Hook CD47-1992 JFK CD48-1992 Far and Away CD49-1992 Home Alone 2 – Lost in New York CD50 +Singles and rarities: - Midway March - The Men Of The Yorktown March - If We Were in Love (by Luciano Pavarotti) - If We Were in Love (Instrumental) ... ___ A second coffret covering the 1993-20.. era, would contain 35 CD for now: John Williams The Original Soundtracks Anthology (1993-20..) CD1-1993 Jurassic Park CD2-1993 Schindler's List CD3-1995 Sabrina CD4-1995 Nixon CD5-1996 Sleepers CD6-1997 Rosewood CD7-1997 The Lost World: Jurassic Park CD8-1997 Seven Years in Tibet CD9-1997 Amistad CD10-1998 Saving Private Ryan CD11-1998 Stepmom CD12-1999 Star Wars – Episode I: The Phantom Menace CD13-1999 Angela's Ashes CD14-2000 The Patriot CD15-2001 A.I. – Artificial Intelligence CD16-2001 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone CD17-2002 Star Wars – Episode II: Attack of the Clones CD18-2002 Minority Report CD19-2002 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (conducted by William Ross) CD20-2002 Catch Me If You Can CD21-2004 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban CD22-2004 The Terminal CD23-2005 Star Wars – Episode III: Revenge of the Sith CD24-2005 War of the Worlds CD25-2005 Memoirs of a Geisha CD26-2005 Munich CD27-2008 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull CD28-2011 The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn CD29-2011 War Horse CD30-2012 Lincoln CD31-2013 The Book Thief CD32-2015 Star Wars: The Force Awakens CD33-2016 The BFG CD34-2017 Star Wars: The Last Jedi CD35-2017 The Post ... The Adventures of Han (From Solo: Star Wars movie) (2018)
  8. What scores do you plan on buying in the near future? For me... CONAN THE BARBARIAN (Intrada) FLESH & BLOOD (LaLaLand) THE GOLDEN CHILD (LaLaLand) NORTH BY NORTHWEST (Intrada) -- Believe it or not, this is one of my least favorite Herrmann scores... DAY OF THE DEAD (LaLaLand)
  9. I just spotted a very interesting interview with composer/orchestrator Conrad Pope on the Film Music Magazine's site. http://www.filmmusicmag.com/?p=8734 As always Pope is gentlemanly and very articulate about his craft and business. He is the man behind the orchestrations of some the biggest names in Hollywood, John Williams and Jerry Goldsmith among them, and a long time veteran in the business. It is always a joy to read his thoughts and I am very happy that he is getting some of the spotlight now with his score to My Week with Marilyn because he is without a doubt a talented, intelligent man of great musical spirit. Daniel Schweiger and Pope talk much besides his upcoming score for My Week with Marilyn, discussing the industry, Pope's role as an orchestrator and his experiences in the business. He also mentions Williams several times, noting for example that HP POA is in his opinion one of the most remarkable of Potter scores.
  10. For the past few months, I've been writing and managing my own personal blog about film music, called THE HOLLYWOOD SOUND. I started it back in July, and I've added to it since then. As a result of this blog, I've been writing CD reviews for FSM Online as well. I just wanted to let you all know about it, and to invite you all to read it: http://thehollywoodsound.blogspot.com Thanks everyone.
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