To everyone... may you have a Happy New Year!
As today kicks the new year off, all of us at Intrada are already knee deep in projects. To be honest, what we have lined up this year is the most ambitious slate we've attempted in our 26-year history. Hopefully there will be something for everyone. Look for some pretty sensational releases coming courtesy our partnership with Disney. In fact, projects with virtually every major studio are now under way... including a milestone new series with one of them. Look for classic recordings you thought you'd never see available. More details on that soon! Even something in the Excalibur series. Just loads of releases for you to choose from. I can't expect you to support them all... but hopefully there are numerous new things coming from us that will tickle your fancy throughout 2012.
And so, with lots of excitement for Intrada ahead, and knowing that numerous other soundtrack labels will be abundant with cool releases... may this new year bring forth musical joy to us all.
Then when providing clues for the May 29th batch, Roger said this:
One MAF title, one Special Collection title...both from the 60s. Two of the most famous film scores by one of the most famous composers, and yet the original soundtrack recordings had never been released. One kicks off what we hope to be an inaugural new series of releases.
The title ended up being Charade, and there's a big Universal logo on the cover:
Hopefully this means Universal is excited about celebrating their 100th anniversary, and a lot of great titles are coming!
The films that Williams scored for Universal are:
1972 - Pete N Tillie
1974 - The Sugarland Express
1974 - Earthquake
1975 - The Eiger Sanction
1975 - Jaws
1976 - Family Plot
1976 - Midway
1978 - Jaws II
1979 - Dracula
1979 - 1941
1981 - Heartbeeps
1982 - E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
1989 - Born On The Fourth Of July
1993 - Jurassic Park
1993 - Schindler's List
1997 - The Lost World
Obviously there are a ton of non-Williams titles that would be great to have too, such as The Last Starfigher, Darkman, Back To The Future II, Apollo 13, Waterworld, Mystery Men....