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There's some speculation at FSM that Young Sherlock Holmes fits that clue, but I think there's more demand than 1000 copies could support. If it does turn out to be YSH, there will be a feeding frenzy, and I will be part of that as it is one of my personal favorites.

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I don't think it's right for me to participate in the speculation of any upcoming Williams releases.  I know too much!

Intrada: Can we release expanded SW scores? Disney: No, we will do that ourselves. Intrada: That means they will get a release? Disney: No.

Gosh I hope Willow is in the works, and coming soon!

There's some speculation at FSM that Young Sherlock Holmes fits that clue, but I think there's more demand than 1000 copies could support. If it does turn out to be YSH, there will be a feeding frenzy, and I will be part of that as it is one of my personal favorites.

I would think YSH would warrant at least a minimum of 2000 copies. But you know sometimes things don't go the way we expect and sometimes the licensing agreements may not allow a large release.

But YSH would have to be 2 discs. Roger usually tells us if it is a multi disc set.

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I think the TV show is A-Team

If the 1,000 release score is one that had a promo on CD, it's probably not some old 60's score right? Probably a 90's or 2000's score?

Yes, I would guess something in the past 20 years.

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Those of us who ordered Intrada's very first Signature release, Chris Young's The Tower, received a copy of The Core. No one knew that is was being shipped with the orders. It was a surprise.

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Yup

The Special Collection release is from the 60s. The TV series aired for 10 years.

So we have:

1. A Special Collection line score from the 60's limited to 1,000 copies "It's probably one of this composer's most important works and it was mostly available as a promo only a while back. This is remastered with improved sound and elegant packaging."

2. A MAF line score to a television show that ran for 10 years

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Those of us who ordered Intrada's very first Signature release, Chris Young's The Tower, received a copy of The Core. No one knew that is was being shipped with the orders. It was a surprise.

I would love to have a copy of "the core". It's Young's score I like best (amazing, considering the movie ;)), and it's a pity it was only distributed that way. I can only say "lucky you" to the ones who got it for free, and hope it will be made available some time soon for the rest of us.

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I would love to have a copy of "the core". It's Young's score I like best (amazing, considering the movie :P), and it's a pity it was only distributed that way. I can only say "lucky you" to the ones who got it for free, and hope it will be made available some time soon for the rest of us.

100 % agreed, The Core is one of more annoying gaps in my collection. :P Here's to hoping that sometime in the not so distant future, one of labels might release it the way they just did with ID4 or last year with Star Trek II.

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Here's a question that's always bugged me. What differentiates between Intrada's Special Collection and Signature Editions?

I've always wondered the same thing.

Is it for the most well-known scores of the composer? :P

For instance: -

John Williams - Special Collection - Dracula, The Poseidon Adventure, Sugarland Express etc. Scores that are special, but not the most well-known/famous from the particular composer.

John Williams - Signature Edition - Jaws, Star Wars, Superman, E.T. etc. Scores that are true signature editions of the particular composer and are well-known/famous.

Dunno if that's how it works, but that's always been my gut instinct towards these things. :P

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Here's a question that's always bugged me. What differentiates between Intrada's Special Collection and Signature Editions?

Special Collection titles are generically scores from the standard repertoire.

Signature Edition titles are lesser-known scores from both famous and not-so famous composers.

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By the way I messaged Roger on Facebook asking if he knew what "Special Collection" and "Signature Edition" meant for Intrada's releases. This is what he said about both.

The Special Collection is for mainstream, easily recognizable films or more important projects. Signature Editions, more or less, focus on smaller, lesser known films...sometimes by big composers, sometimes by newcomers, but generally have a smaller market than those in the Special Collection. Sometimes titles fall into a gray area and we just have to make a call.

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It's a confusing moniker. I have their Re-Animator Signature Edition. Isn't that an easily recognizable film?

They should drop the signature series name, as it implies an autographed copy also.

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Yeah that sounds like a good guess.

I don't think it's The Longest Day. Unless a bunch of music was cut from the film, there isn't enough to warrant an album. Maybe if you added it to another Jarre score, yes.

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Ya JAG isn't limited, so you can get that any time. The other one is limited to 1,000 copies. I may pick up JAG at some point in the future.

Edit: I'm diggin' the sound clips for JAG, I'll most likely pick that up in a month or so. BTW Rich, glad you got your copy of Robocop today :)

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Intrada has 2 new releases coming out May 11th

This will sound familiar. One Special Collection release limited to 1000 copies. One MAF release...not limited.
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Next clue from Roger:

The MAF release is from the 80s. Not sure how much of a grail it will be for most people, but it's definitely on at least one person's grail list.

If he's not thinking its a grail for most people, then its probably not unlimited because they expect to sell more than 5,000 copies... its probably unlimited because there were little to no re-use fees. But he's making it sound like it was something never before released, not a "First time on CD but it was on LP" situation like Manhunter.

Hmmm.

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