Ollie reacted to Counterparts in Michael Giacchino's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) - 2022 Expanded Edition now available
You don't want to hear John Williams chucking a chair at JJ Baby then apologizing to Daisy?
Ollie reacted to crumbs in Michael Giacchino's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) - 2022 Expanded Edition now available
On the contrary, I hope it sells well and turns a tidy profit. Then maybe someone at Disney Records with two brain cells will realise they could give JW's scores the same treatment for an even higher price.
$75 x 5000 units = $375,000. There's your AFM fees accounted for right there.
Though I can't help being frustrated seeing Disney licence this stuff to Mondo for deluxe collector's edition vinyl sets, while hoarding JW's scores and doing nothing with them, when Intrada/LLL would KILL to get their hands on just one of his SW or Indy scores for a deluxe CD collector's set.
Ollie reacted to Manakin Skywalker in Michael Giacchino's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) - 2022 Expanded Edition now available
I like Rogue One's score. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Ollie reacted to Jay in James Horner's FIELD OF DREAMS (1989) - NEW! 2-CD La La Land edition coming January 7 2022
Confirmed via instagram
Ollie reacted to Naïve Old Fart in MONDO Announces SUPERMAN: THE MOVIE OST (Vinyl) Release !
Back in December, 1978 (which was when I bought it), it's all we had.
I saw the film before I bought the album, and I remember being disappointed by the exclusion of The Helicopter Sequence, and To Lex Luther's Lair (or whatever it's called).
Ollie got a reaction from Amer in Soundtracks, Compilations, or other recently purchased Music
I already had the Futureland version of Akira Ifukube’s score to Varan but the Cinema-Kan is supposed to have improved sound and more music.
Ollie reacted to Jay in Danny Elfman's SLEEPY HOLLOW (1999) - 2021 4-CD Expanded Edition from Intrada Records
Roger has posted a followup about disc 3, track 2
Ollie reacted to Jay in James Horner's STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN (1982) - NEW! 2021 2-CD La-La Land Records Remastered Edition
Now THAT is impressive sales!
Ollie reacted to mahler3 in James Horner's GLORY (1989) - NEW! 2021 2-CD Expanded Edition from La-La Land Records
I’m playing 10 minutes from this beautiful new album on my radio show tonight soon after 7pm (U.K.)
Including the 1st Alternate take of “Worth A Life” and the outstanding End Credits cue.
Ollie got a reaction from Yavar Moradi in Elmer Bernstein's STRIPES (1981) - NEW! 2021 Expanded Edition from La-La Land Records
Run time is about 13 mins longer than the Varese CD.
Ollie reacted to Amer in James Horner's GLORY (1989) - NEW! 2021 2-CD Expanded Edition from La-La Land Records
GLORY: LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET)
Music by James Horner
Limited Edition of 5000 Units
RETAIL PRICE: $29.98
STARTS SHIPPING SEPT 14
La-La Land Records, TriStar Pictures and Capitol Records proudly present a limited edition, remastered and expanded 2-CD release of renowned composer James Horner’s (STAR TREK II – THE WRATH OF KHAN, FIELD OF DREAMS, TITANIC) original motion picture score to the classic 1989 Civil War drama starring Matthew Broderick, Denzel Washington and Morgan Freeman, and directed by Edward Zwick. One of James Horner’s finest musical achievements, the Grammy® winning GLORY score is a superb demonstration of the composer’s unique ability to strongly communicate the emotional and dramatic core of a film to its audience. This is clearly evident within this special reissue, which showcases his masterwork remastered from the original digital tapes and expanded with previously unreleased music. Disc One features the score presentation and source music, while Disc Two presents the re-mastered 1989 Original Soundtrack Album and additional music.
Produced by Neil S. Bulk and Mike Matessino and mastered by Mike Matessino, this 2-CD release is limited to 5000 units and includes exclusive, in-depth liner notes by writer Jeff Bond and art design by Jim Titus.
1. A Call To Arms 3:16
2. After Antietam (Film Version) 2:28
3. Flashback :44
4. Forming The Regiment (Film Version) 3:43
5. Jefferson & Liberty (Full Version) 2:01
6. The Decision / Second Flashback 2:34
7. Lonely Christmas 1:56
8. The Whipping 2:12
9. New Shoes 1:16
10. Worth A Life 1:27
11. The Year Of Jubilee (Film Version) 2:28
12. Burning The Town Of Darien 2:34
13. Our Time 1:52
14. The Battle Of Grimball’s Landing 3:17
15. Promise Me / What Do You Want Of Us? 1:40
16. Brave Words And Deeds 3:11
17. Preparations For Battle (Film Version) 7:40
18. Charging Fort Wagner 2:54
19. An Epitaph To War (Film Version) 2:35
20. Closing Credits (Film Mix) 6:51
Total Score Time: 56:39
21. Drei Klavierstücke, DV.946 2:30
22. Jefferson & Liberty 1:00
23. Old 1812 1:14
24. Jefferson & Liberty (Film Mix) 1:23
25. Hoist The Flag 2:18
26. The Sicilian Circle 1:52
27. The Bonnie Blue Flag 1:17
Total Source Music Time: 11:34
Disc One Total Time: 68:47
ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK ALBUM
1. A Call To Arms 3:10
2. After Antietam 2:40
3. Lonely Christmas 1:55
4. Forming The Regiment 5:27
5. The Whipping 2:09
6. Burning The Town Of Darien 2:31
7. Brave Words, Braver Deeds 3:10
8. The Year Of Jubilee 2:26
9. Preparations For Battle 7:35
10. Charging Fort Wagner 2:53
11. An Epitaph To War 2:35
12. Closing Credits 6:52
Total Original Soundtrack Album Time: 43:23
13. A Call To Arms (With Wild Opening) 3:29
13. Flashback (Alternate No. 1) :44
14. Worth A Life (Alternate No. 1) 1:25
15. Flashback (Alternate No. 2) :43
16. Worth A Life (Alternate No. 2) 1:23
17. Charging Fort Wagner (Alternate) 2:55
Total Additional Music Time: 10:39
Disc Two Total Time: 54:13
Two-Disc Total Time: 2:03:00
Order yours starting Sept 14th at 12 noon (pst) at www.lalalandrecords.com
Ollie got a reaction from TSMefford in Are 99% of Mainstream Movies Today Garbage?
No, there have been plenty of garbage movies made since cinema began. It may feel that way because films are made differently these days, multiplexes allow for more films to be seen and social media/cable/ streaming also gives a viewer more chances than say 30 years ago.
But I’ve questioned why I’ve wasted 2 hrs watching films from the 30’s thru the 80’s just much as I have with cinema the last 20 years.