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  1. You and your near eidetic memory. You're my hero. Some mornings I have trouble finding my phone.
  2. Considering that Omni has included alternates and even cues that weren't recorded in other releases, no. Jay: so you have the Omni score for WIllow, but can't read music. Do I have that correct?
  3. Music - there can be only one: Highlander After all these years, I ain't holding my breath for it. Too many damn lawyers and too complex publishing rights involved. Sheet Music - complete full orchestral scores to Kamen's Concerto for Saxophone and Concerto for Electric Guitar, Rock Band, and Orchestra. Re-recording: David Raksin's The Redeemer. When I heard it the first time, I went home and composed all night. I wanted to write something like it. I'd love to hear a clear, crisp recording. The others I'd love to pickup, I figure will be released in time or the composer has stated an aversion to having it released.
  4. The original release of Willow had its problems, too. As in it was too long for first generation CD players to play without skipping near the end. I had a friend who had his copy skip, so he returned it and got another copy. It skipped, and he returned that copy. The third one he finally tried on another CD player (mine). He got a new CD player so he could play it properly. A couple of years later, I started working at a radio station and found out that the problem was industry wide. I never did ask how long it took the radio station to figure out the problem was with the players.
  5. I’ll believe it’s Willow when I see it. well, hear it.
  6. E-mail sent out from Omni: Great news Omni customers, If you live outside the US, Schott Music is now offering Tangled and How To Train Your Dragon from their website. Please click on the links below to order. You will find that the shipping costs are considerably cheaper ordering from them. Keep an eye out for How To Train Your Dragon 2 in the next couple of weeks. Omni is hard at work on some new books: A Streetcar Named Desire, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, and Dracula (’92). Omni will re-release Total Recall v2.0 over the summer. Check out Tangled and How To Train Your Dragon on the Schott Music website. --- END QUOTED MATERIAL --- Some good news for our European friends. Alex North fans getting a little love. I wonder what the reasons are for v2.0 of Total Recall... And all together now: KHAN!
  7. How about Horner’s reliance on that darn pan flute! A couple of times, okay, but he just kept jamming it down our ears. More than once, I turned off a CD thinking, “Dude, get a new favorite spice! Not everything sounds better with it.”
  8. Bat Out of Hell has been described as Wagnerian Rock and Roll. It’s what got me to listen to it the first time. And I’ve been a fan ever since. Useless trivia: Roy Bittan (piano) and Max Weinberg (drums) from the E Street Band contributed their talents to Bat Out of Hell.
  9. The printed score is the live-to-projection version. Changes were made to facilitate performances by “local orchestras”. For instance, also in Empire, at one point the original score calls for Wagner Tubas. Big city orchestras are more likely to have French Horn players who have their own Wagner Tubas, smaller orchestras are less likely. So the LTP score changed the Wagner Tubas part to French Horns.
  10. They’re now taking orders. https://neumation-music.com/products/krull-in-full-score (Hopefully, I pasted the link correctly.) Target shipping date: late December.
  11. Wait. How did you get the sheet music? I thought only the opening and closing tracks have leaked. Fantastic mock-up, by the way.
  12. Well, I doubt they'll have this alternate version of Battle in the Mutara Nebula: Battle in the Mutara Nebula.
  13. TWOK: 10,000 units. To warrant that kind of run, there better be a lot more than remastering and a Nimoy-less track. A lot more. Multiple dips: Cassette LP GNP CD FSM CD
  14. A couple of Horner tracks made it on the LP, so not completely unreleased. The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper and I Love You To Death might make for an interesting double bill on a single CD.
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