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  1. I believe a 5 box set is coming out later in the year with all 4 Indy films remastered in 4K and 5.1 audio to mark the 40th anniversary of Raiders. Perhaps the music has been newly remastered for this? Seems Paramount still have rights to the 4 films so must have the rights to the music.
  2. Here is a recreation of the Prisoner of Azkaban Japanese CD cover for anyone interested. Couldn't find a high res version of this online and find it much better than the standard faces cover. Only difference is I changed the 'Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture'. I've also created custom covers for other Harry Potter soundtracks Harry Potter Custom Covers
  3. Which menu on the Prisoner of Azkaban DVD can 1M4X Marge Points the Finger be heard?
  4. All fantastic scores and definitely worth a listen. A couple of other CD releases had some annoying dialogue between the music too, particularly Rykodisc releases, such as The Knack. Shame The Cotton Club has very little Barry score on the album. Mostly features jazz pieces instead that were arranged for the film. Walkabout and The Dove would be other scores I recommended not on the list above. The Dove is a great score. Often wondered why this was never included in the Moviola compilations. Otherwise it would be a comprehensive overview of Barry's film s
  5. Definitely Harry Potter. Still discovering the amazing contents of the set even now. The Jurassic Park set is great but is no where near as good as Potter. Truly magical.
  6. There are less than 100 copies of this in stock at Intrada. It's now in the danger zone and is limited to 1 per customer. http://store.intrada.com/s.nl/it.A/id.12205/.f?sc=16&category=66697
  7. Based on other rerecordings I have listened to for other film scores. Not that all rerecordings are bad but I don't think they are as good as when the composer originally recorded the score for a film. When I listen to the Gerhardt albums, I'll make a judgement whether I prefer the original recording or the rerecording.
  8. I have never listened to the Gerhardt album before, are they good? Never listened to them as I much prefer the original film recordings.
  9. I listen to a custom edit of the OT. Never really bother with the Anthology set or SE releases (even more so ROTJ due to the poor sound and special edition tracks). Very occasionally I revisit the original OST sequences as they are a good overview of the scores.
  10. Already received a shipping notice Edit: arrived this afternoon. Looking forward the hearing this.
  11. It seems so pointless having the sessions when a definitive edition has been prepared and released just to have a cue with so many takes with probably little or no variation. If there was anything substantially different, I am sure it would have been on the La-La Land set.
  12. The ultimate edition of TPM has always frustrated me that it was presented in such a terrible way with no gaps between cues and missing music. If Sony were trying to stop the selling of the bootleg that was floating around, they definitely did a good job. At least Hook tries to follow suit of other soundtrack expansions despite its flaws.
  13. That is a lot of rejected scores you prefer over the replacements. For the most part, I much prefer the replacement scores. Not listened to What Dreams May Come yet so might give a listen soon and see which I prefer. I never found Legrand's rejected score all that enjoyable, especially the male vocals. Williams score was much better and enjoyable. The version used in the film is much better than the album version. Prefer it over victory celebration as well. Fits better with the Ewok celebration at the end. The choice of classical music in the film is good, but I too muc
  14. Just been browsing through a list of rejected scores and it got me thinking. Are there any rejected film scores by a composer that you prefer over the replaced composed score? Or even where another composer was brought in to replace a handful of cues given how few rejected scores have been release/leaked? For me it would be have to Michel Legrand's rejected score for Robin and Marian. Long list of rejected scores here: http://rejectedfilmscores.125mb.com/list.html
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