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  1. There is a section of unreleased music between Doctor Finkelstein / In the Forest. It does have the same themes heard in Sally's Lament / Wandering Jack.
  2. This is a great release! I'm excited if finally happened. I'm wondering if they will have the film version or the album version of Wounded included. The album version has vocals past :40 that are not present on the film version. I'm also really curious about the alternate The Vikings Have Their Tea.
  3. F11 - Real Identity (:00-1:56) F7 - Kingsfield's Study (:35-2:18) F6 - Hart In A Hurry (1:16) F4 - Be Irrational (:00-2:15) F8 - Kevin's Tutor (3:36) F2 - The Passing of Wisdom (3:06) F3 - Bach: "Little Fugue" In G Minor (2:05) F5 - Kevin's House (2:32)@ F7 - Thinking of Susan (:00-:35) F7 - The Empty Classroom (2:18-End) F9 - To The Hotel (2:02) F11 - Into The Sea (1:56-2:18) F12 - End Title (2:38)* Bonus Tracks: F1 - Love Theme From The Paper Chase (2:37) F4 - Be Irrational (2:15-End) [Rename to "Hart and Susan (Unused)"] F11 - Into The Sea (2:18-End) [Rename
  4. Last night I was thinking of the many ways people organize their scores and was wondering if anybody had a playlist of JW scores on the year the films were based. In a way to see the progression of his themes and music through time in a different sense. As an example: Star Wars - A Long Time Ago The Patriot - 1776 Schindler's List - 1939 The Book Thief - 1939 The Post - 1971 A.I. - 22nd Century Admittedly some movies would ideally be based when they were actually filmed or released, E.T. as an example. Now I'll admit this wouldn't be easy
  5. While scanning the album cover, I ran across this. I don't know how or why, but if somebody wants the original album for free apparently you can get it here: https://buysoundtrax.myshopify.com/products/return-to-oz-original-soundtrack-by-david-shire-bay-cities-edition
  6. One minor change on the updated email they sent out.
  7. As far as I'm aware, it has only been released in the The Skywalker Saga Box Set from Best Buy. I haven't heard of it being released separately thus far.
  8. I discovered him a few years ago and have love most of his scores that I've heard. A few personal favorites are: Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis - The film is hysterical and the music fits it quite well. La Nouvelle Guerre Des Boutons - This was the film that introduced me to this composer. Great orchestral score with melodic themes. I also have both of his Asterix scores and enjoy them. A lot of themes, very cartoonesque but fun nonetheless. There are a few that don't resonate with me but I always check out a new score when I hear his name attached.
  9. Aside from four unplayable tracks, the album can still be found here: http://web.archive.org/web/20160306221204/http://www.uscg.mil/band/Live/williams.asp
  10. Nope, there's no real difference between takes so I don't count that. And yes the three tracks are concert arrangements. And since we now know what the full cue of Halls contains, aside from the source music the boot is moot.
  11. Exactly. So, if what I noted about Halls is confirmed, the only music that is needed from the bootleg (for those interested) is the ballroom source music and the Tavern on the Green source music. Otherwise, the bootleg should not be needed at all.
  12. Correct. Also (Hotel Haunting aka Hard Work 1:29-2:17) or on the varese release 39-We Got One (Alternate) (1:29-End) is the film version whereas 14 - We Got One (128.8-End) is an alternate.
  13. That's part of We Got One (Alternate) (2:04) from the Varese release. Without any insider knowledge, it could be. The sound effects are so loud though it likely couldn't have been heard. Sure. 31:29-31:50 (from the film) or track 7 on the bootleg 4:28-End is not found on any other album. It's right when the Ghostbusters step out of the elevator on to the 12th floor. Then you have Halls from the Varese release which is 2:03 and includes the rest of the music both which is heard (:00-:22) dialed out (:22-:57) and then heard again in the
  14. I finally had a chance to take a look at this. It seems like Mistake would have been the lead in cue to Protection Grid from the VS release. The music fits the scene as the protection grid shuts off perfectly. And I'm not saying that just because that track follows Judgment Day on the album either. And here's my analysis of all the albums, including one of the bootlegs. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/13Owf1At4Abr5SlettoC_dVICWwkzEXsfHxak2aAv_RI As for the Halls track, there are 26 seconds on the bootleg that can't be found elsewhere and
  15. Here's just for those two releases: P1/S12 - Will He Shoemaker? (3:18) P2 - A Run on the Market (:50) S1 - Remember Me (Ernesto de la Cruz) (1:49) P3 - Sighs and Shine (:23) P4 - Ofrenda Room, Vámonos (:56) P5/S13 - Shrine and Dash (1:24) S2 - Much Needed Advice (1:45) P6 - Día de los Muertos has Begun (2:50) P7/S14 - Miguel's Got an Axe to Find (1:17) P8/S15 - The Strum of Destiny (1:20) P9 - It's All Relative (2:40) P10/S17 - Crossing the Marigold Bridge (1:50) P11/S18 - Dept. of Family Reunions (2:46) P12 - The Skeleton Key to Escape (3:10) P13 - Dis-Guys Go
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