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A clue for two next week's releases:

 

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One is the premiere release of a score to a family adventure from the early '90s. You may not have ever heard of it. The second (if it comes in on time) is a legendary release of an early '80s adventure/western -- straight reissue of the original LP. That's all there was folks.


 

 

Karol

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Yes, there's a whole section of the movie missing.  Between "Escape From the Tavern" and their, er, escape from the snowy mountain village (the beginning of "Canyon of Mazes").

 

I did those isolated score videos using the OST, so I have a reasonably good grasp of what's there and what's not now.

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Here's the lengths per some wicked old DVD rips I've had on a hard drive for like 2 decades or something


01-highaldwyn (1:44)
02-Death-Dog-Attack (2:17)
03-general-kael (1:13)
04-madmartigan (1:10)
05-cherlindrea (5:34)
06-inthetavern-1 (1:15)
07-dustofbrokenheart (0:28)
08-inthetavern-2 (1:45)
09-thesearchgoeson (0:32)
10-finraziel (3:42)
11-capture (1:48)
12-trekinsnow (1:13)
13-snowyescape (7:52)
 

TOTAL TIME - 30:33

 

All the actual cue names are known now thanks to Omni's release of the complete sheet music.

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8 hours ago, crocodile said:

Whatever it is, think I'll catch up on some Tadlow releases instead this month.

 

Karol

A very good idea. I too am missing a few items from their wonderful catalogue.

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Doug's Corner for tonight's titles

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11/11/2018

Come this Tuesday, November 13, Intrada greets you with two new CD releases to add to your (hopefully) growing library of soundtracks. One CD features music by a prolific composer who boasts a very large number of soundtrack releases to date. The other CD comes from an Academy Award-winning composer with an even larger, in fact, formidable array of soundtrack albums in the marketplace. We just made the CD collections of these two composers a little bit bigger this week! Artwork, contents and sound samples will be posted here Monday evening, November 12. Orders begin shipping the following morning.

 

 

Surely Remote by Richard Band and Legend of the Lone Ranger by John Barry

 

http://www.intrada.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=8013

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It looks like there are two batches remaining - whatever is coming out next week (clues sure to follow within the next couple of days) and there is going to be one more in December...

 

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There will be one more batch in Dec. Two titles. Maybe three if it gets through the plant in time.

 

 

Karol

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Clues for final releases this year:

 

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Two releases next week -- the last of the year (with the exception of a new film coming out in Dec that we're releasing but more on that later). One is a mid-70s horror film from a wildly popular composer that gets its debut. The second is a straight re-issue an earlier Intrada album from the '90s. Great thriller score by a guy who can do horror scores. Most people didn't pay it much mind the first time around, but now with some remastering and better packaging, you have a second opportunity to not pay it much mind.

 

 

Karol

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2 hours ago, publicist said:

If only 'Reincarnation of Peter Proud' was a horror movie...i'd wet my pants and declare it a release on par with those damn Potter scores.

 

Concerning The Reincarnation of Peter Proud:

 

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1. It is clearly from the "mid-70s" - not from a time that anyone can interpret as late or early 70s.

2. It is considered a "horror film", not just on Wikipedia, but on many other websites as well.

3. Jerry Goldsmith is without a doubt a "wildly popular composer".

4. There is no official release of this score, so it would indeed be a "debut".

5. Intrada already indicated there would be one more Goldsmith release this year (if not two).

 

Mystery solved.

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5 hours ago, publicist said:

Of course not. Only shitty bootlegs with bad sound. It's truly a score much ahead of its time (the dreamy atmosphere in some cues foreshadows NH's Shymalayan work).

 

 

This soumds really good. I will get this. If not now then after Christmas.

 

Karol

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19 minutes ago, publicist said:

So now you finally start to catch up on the really good Goldies, aren't you? #windmeetslion

For people my age a lot of these releases are brand new. When I got into soundtrack collecting a lot of these were already gone. Especially Goldsmith ones as a lot of the films weren't exactly what you could call "popular". My first Goldsmith album was Star Trek: Insurrection and I bought it around 2001. Around that time many physical stores started to cut down on their stock. So yeah, some of what you call "bottle cap" releases are my only chance to get them. :)

 

And yes, Wind is wonderful. It is steadily climbing up my favourite Goldsmith scores.

 

Karol

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The 70s debut is clearly Reincarnation of Peter Proud, which is neat!  I've never seen that film, and never heard that score, but I know many Goldsmith fans have been clamoring for it for years, so I'm excited to get this one and check it out!

 

What about the other title?

 

7 hours ago, crocodile said:

The second is a straight re-issue an earlier Intrada album from the '90s. Great thriller score by a guy who can do horror scores. Most people didn't pay it much mind the first time around, but now with some remastering and better packaging, you have a second opportunity to not pay it much mind.

 

I guess its one of the ones on this list?

 

http://www.intrada.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=4813

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