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  1. Here is a new thread especially to discuss the John Williams Discography. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Williams_discography Created on Wikipedia by myself in 2012, it's the most complete JW discography that can be actually found. It includes all the works performed by John Williams, as a performer and a conductor. It also features a section dedicated to his discography as a composer, which features many compositions which he himself did not record. Please help me to keep it up to date! ___ With a little advance, here's a new update in the "Compilation / Reissue albums" section: 2015 A.I.
  2. What Mike Matessino release is considered the best listening experience? I saw lots of praise in the Jurassic Park Collection thread about its sound quality -- is that the best? It certainly sounds amazing. I know Mike's liner notes are considered amazing also but I wanted to focus on listening experience.
  3. I thought that this would not be a bad idea to create a topic especially for reissues (not expanded releases). I believe that the goal is not to try to catch them all, but perhaps to identify those that easilly allow to get your hands on older recordings. Many reissues have occured (mainly for digital download) since 2014, here are a few: 1956 Calypso Harry Belafonte Piano: John T. Williams (uncredited); RCA VIctor; Reissued in 1992, RCA; Reissued in 2014 "Calypso/Belafonte Sings The Caribbean", Jackpot Records. 1957 World on a String Bethlehem Arranged by John Williams; Piano by John Williams
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