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I miss the clues from all the labels. I don't know why they stopped doing that :(

 

It added that bit of extra fun and anticipation to each upcoming expansion -- and we could all use a little more fun these days...

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41 minutes ago, Jurassic Shark said:

That might be because their clues tend to be too general.

 

If they weren't so general they'd be explanations, not clues.

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Looks like based on the FSM thread the title is most likely Frank De Vol's FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX (1965)

 

 

 

 

 

Also in the FSM thread, someone quoted Roger giving a list of composers they'll be releasing stuff from this year

 

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Well nothing is predictable, but we're hoping for more stuff by DeVol, Kamen, Goldsmith, Eflman, Williams, Goldsmith, Bernstein, Folk, Goldsmith, Poledouris, Zimmer. But who knows...things change rapidly!

 

But where did that list originate from?  I've never seen it until now.

 

EDIT: Oh, I found it.  He posted that on Jan 30 to this thread

 

https://filmscoremonthly.com/board/posts.cfm?forumID=1&threadID=140317&archive=0

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De Vol - probably Flight of the Phoenix I guess

Kamen - 3 Musketeers? Hudson Hawk? 101 Dalmations? Highlander?

Goldsmith - Endless possibilities, I'll just refer to this list

Elfman - Midnight Run? Nightbreed? Sommersby? Dead Presidents? To Die For? The Frighteners? Men In Black? A Simple Plan? Sleepy Hollow?

Bernstein - Elmer or Peter?  If Peter, Ewok scores?  If Elmer, I wouldn't know where to begin

Folk - No idea

Poledouris - Jungle Book finally? Les Misérables?

Zimmer - Bird on a Wire? Fools of Fortune? Pacific Heights? Toys? Cool Runnings? Radio Flyer?

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1 hour ago, Jay said:

Elfman - Midnight Run? Nightbreed? Sommersby? Dead Presidents? To Die For? The Frighteners? Men In Black? A Simple Plan? Sleepy Hollow?

 

I'm in for anything.  I'd especially love to see some of those unreleased scores (or scores with only brief suites)...Back to School (film versions), Summer School, Hot to Trot, Dead Presidents, Freeway, Anywhere But Here, The Family Man, Do Not Disturb.

 

Don't know if there's anything to speak of beyond the few tracks on the  OST for Nacho Libre either, given the weird situation on that one...or Chicago, Notorious, American Hustle...

 

I'd also love to see the labels pick up the record companies' mantle and do a Music From a Darkened Theater vol 3 with some of Elfman's unreleased TV themes, commercials, rare bits and pieces...

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I can't imagine the producers of this set gave a toss about what the FSM guys did 2 decades ago when making their version

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13 hours ago, Darth Wojo said:

I don't remember the belly dancers in that movie. 


A character hallucinates them, like a mirage.

 

13 hours ago, Jay said:

I can't imagine the producers of this set gave a toss about what the FSM guys did 2 decades ago when making their version

 

They might since it was Doug Fake who recommended the title to Lukas Kendall as a Patton pairing; it’s possible Doug even suggested/produced the program as he did sometimes for FSM at the time (I’d have to check the liner notes).

 

Yavar

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Regardless, I'd assume the old FSM CD was a curated selection of highlights, and the new Intrada would be the complete score followed by bonus tracks. 

 

But I've never seen this movie and never heard this score so I'm just idly speculatin'

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3 hours ago, Jay said:

Regardless, I'd assume the old FSM CD was a curated selection of highlights, and the new Intrada would be the complete score followed by bonus tracks. 

 

But I've never seen this movie and never heard this score so I'm just idly speculatin'


That’s correct Jay. As I indicated, it was selected as the “bonus” pairing for Patton at the time and of course they were going to make Patton complete so it was just how much space remained on the disc for them to fit this. Now it’s on its own it can be the complete score. Jeff Bond recently wrote the following fascinating story in the FSM thread about this:

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I'm excited about this and it's definitely my favorite DeVol score too--I remember it was agonizing throwing out cues when we were trying to squeeze it on a CD with Patton. At one point Nick Redman was determined that we should not use the cue that plays as they start the engine of the rebuilt plane near the climax of the movie and I remember saying to Nick, "I will pay you five dollars if we can keep this cue." At this point of course I was little more than a flunkie without the awesome power and influence I wield today so it was a real act of bravery on my part. 
There's a wonderful, melancholy theme that was barely hinted at on the FSM release but which gets much more play in tragic moments in the movie (and I'm sure someone addressed this but the belly dancer is a fevered hallucination or memory of one of the characters who's wounded and dying). Can't wait to get this!

https://filmscoremonthly.com/board/posts.cfm?threadID=142904&forumID=1&archive=0&pageID=4&r=619#bottom
 

I’m really excited at the prospect of more of the melancholy theme he refers to.

 

Yavar

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Finally some light at the end of the tunnel!!!

Update from Doug on Flight of the Phoenix and MORE!!


The Flight Of The Phoenix lands this coming Tuesday, February 23rd. Thanks to veteran composer Frank DeVol, the once-crashed aircraft flies again in a fully-restored 2-CD edition. They don’t write main titles like this anymore. Also in good fortune, clearance activity for several projects is finally getting back underway after the virus kept doors mostly closed for nearly a year. So pipeline projects may soon be once again emerging. In fact, our next release in a couple of weeks should prove to be a most welcome surprise for many fans. Stay tuned.

 

http://store.intrada.com/s.nl/sc.13/category.60330/.f

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7 minutes ago, Jurassic Shark said:

But what we'll get is Hook...

I would prefer a LLL edition but I'll never complain if Intrada do it. ;)

2 minutes ago, crumbs said:

IThere'd be way more hype methinks. And we've been told for about 5 years that those would only come from Disney Records.

But I want them now......:crymore:

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TBH Doug calls this mystery title "a most welcome surprise" which to me indicates a title that fans expected wasn't possible, not a score they already talked about working on like Willow.

 

So it's probably some old Goldsmith score that the elements were thought to be lost for, I'd wager.

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3 minutes ago, Raiders of the SoundtrArk said:

But I want them now......:crymore:

 

Intrada: Can we release expanded SW scores?

Disney: No, we will do that ourselves.

Intrada: That means they will get a release?

Disney: No.

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Update from Roger:

 

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Actually I need to correct Doug -- our next release isn't the one he's thinking of but the one after that in about a month.

 

So March 9 = Kamen, if Roger's composer list is in order

 

March 23 = "a welcome surprise" Goldsmith, if Roger's composer list is in order

 

Here's a reminder of Roger's composer list again:

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Well nothing is predictable, but we're hoping for more stuff by DeVol, Kamen, Goldsmith, Eflman, Williams, Goldsmith, Bernstein, Folk, Goldsmith, Poledouris, Zimmer. But who knows...things change rapidly!

 

 

If the "welcome surprise" is Elfman, Williams, Bernstein, Poledouris, or Zimmer instead of Goldsmith, I wonder what they could be?

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An FSMer pointed out that maybe it's Conan The Destroyer by Poledouris - so long-delayed at this point, it would indeed be "a welcome surprise"

 

However, another FSMer pointed out it is most likely "Public Eye" by Goldsmith

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The Public Eye, yay. Who needs another  release of Destroyer? The Prometheus re-recording is great and the Varése sounded atrocious (like a 30-piece orchestra).

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