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Holy crap guys, it's finally happening!!!1!  

Not to mention that very significant milestone anniversary in 2021........   It's so obvious now!                          

If Potter isn't announced on Friday, I'm going to buy 30 bags of Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Jelly Beans, go through them each assiduously picking out just the vomit flavored beans, and mail them to La

I'd love a complete release for the first Godfather movie. There is loads of great music left off the OST, especially the demanded little variation of the main theme during the iconic horse's head scene. It is one of my holy grails.

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And that's not counting David Shire's rejected score.

This and the first two Godfather scores are the only scores for Coppola films during the 70s that remain incomplete on album, for some reason

The more popular the film, the less likely it will get a proper treatment.

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June titles announced:

The forecast for June begins with some Snow and then a few weeks later brings us a flurry of Williams and a dash of Horner.

June 30 may bring a possible reissue or another project, but right now we are unsure if anything will be done in time.

In any event, enjoy La-La Land's latest batch of titles!

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https://www.facebook.com/lalalandrecords/photos/a.181243738754.155532.56031953754/10153426542838755

A.I. can be discussed here.

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We are still waiting on a number of titles to get the final sign off on. Some of you have noticed that our catalog numbers are all over the place. That's due to some titles (a few that were supposed to come out in 2014) taking some time to be signed off on for one reason or another.

LLLCD 1331 - waiting on actor approval of image (a pet project of mine)

LLLCD 1333 - waiting on studio approval (Golden Age Classic)

LLLCD 1335 - waiting on production company approval (even though we have the record label and studio singed off on this one). Missed the anniversary last year. Very frustrating.

LLLCD 1350 - waiting on actor/director/producer approval, then studio and record company approval. MEGA HUGE IMPORTANT RELEASE!!!!!

LLLCD 1353 - waiting on studio approval (JW release)

So, we have thousands and thousands of dollars tied up with these projects and have no product to show for them yet. It's the part of this biz that can nearly break one's spirit, but we keep on truckin'.

Update on this:

AI is 1353 and Bobby is 1355

Millennium Vol 2 is 1352

Still waiting on

1331

1333

1335

1350

:(

MV

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LA-LA LAND RECORDS PRESENTS

NEW RELEASES: Tues, 12pm (PST) JUNE 16, 2015

Available for order at www.lalalandrecords.com

Tues, 12pm (PST) JUNE 16, 2015

“A.I. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: LIMITED EDITION (3-CD SET)”

Music by John Williams

Limited Edition of 3000 Units

RETAIL PRICE: $34.98

STARTS SHIPPING JUNE 16, 2015

“SEARCHING FOR BOBBY FISCHER: LIMITED EDITION”

Music by James Horner

Limited Edition of 3000 Units

RETAIL PRICE: $19.98

STARTS SHIPPING JUNE 16, 2015

NEW RELEASE SPECIAL!

Order A.I. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE at www.lalalandrecords.com and get SEARCHING FOR BOBBY FISCHER at a reduced price of $14.98 ($5 off)! Offer begins 6/16 at 12noon (PST)

and is good thru 6/29

D.A.R.Y.L. SPECIAL!

Before A.I.’s David came along, composer Marvin Hamlisch brought D.A.R.Y.L. to life with a wonderful score that is being offered at a sale price of only $9.98 each. Sale begins 6/16 at 12noon (PST) and is good thru 6/29.

DAYS OF OUR LIVES 50th ANNIVERSARY!

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the long-running daytime soap with a special price on our 2-CD DAYS OF OUR LIVES SET of only $4.98 each! Sale begins 6/16 at 12noon (PST) and is good through 6/29

A.I. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: LIMITED EDITION (3-CD SET) LLLCD 1353

Music by John Williams

Limited Edition of 3000 Units

RETAIL PRICE: $34.98

STARTS SHIPPING JUNE 16th

ORDER “A.I. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: LIMITED EDITION (3-CD SET)” at www.lalalandrecords.com on JUNE 16 starting at 12noon (PST).

AI-Web.jpgLa-La Land Records, Warner Bros. and WEA proudly present the latest offering in our Expanded Archival Collection, maestro John Williams’ (JAWS, STAR WARS, EMPIRE OF THE SUN, SCHINDLER’S LIST), Oscar-Nominated original motion picture score to the acclaimed 2001 Warner Bros. science-fiction drama A.I. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, starring Haley Joel Osment, Jude Law and Frances O’Connor, and directed by Steven Spielberg. The legendary Spielberg-Williams collaboration gives birth to yet another masterful score – one that is complex, lyrical and deeply haunting. Considered one of the most moving and spectral works of Mr. Williams’ career, this astounding piece is finally given the deluxe treatment it has always warranted with this stunning 3-CD presentation. Produced, assembled and mastered by Mike Matessino, with the cooperation of the composer and the director, this limited edition release of 3000 units presents the Film Score across two CDs, with a third disc of Additional Music. Exclusive, in-depth liner notes by Jeff Bond take you behind the thought-provoking film and its score, while classic art direction by Jim Titus rounds out this must-have experience - one that will be treasured by all film music enthusiasts.

TRACK LISTING:

ONE: THE FILM SCORE 65:50

1 Cybertronics 3:33

2 Henry Is Selected 1:54

3 David’s Arrival 2:46

4 Of Course I’m Not Sure 2:41

5 Hide and Seek (extended version) 3:25

6 David Studies Monica 2:06

7 Reading the Words 5:58

8 Wearing Perfume 4:13

9 Martin Is Alive 1:30

10 David and Martin 2:19

11 Canoeing With Pinocchio 1:36

12 David and the Spinach / The Operating Scene 3:07

13 The Scissor Scene 3:48

14 The Pool Rescue 1:42

15 Monica’s Plan 3:30

16 Abandoned in the Woods (extended version) 3:57

17 The Moon Rising / The Biker Hounds 5:10

18 Remembering David Hobby 2:20

19 Journey to Rouge City 3:51

20 Immaculate Heart :46

21 To Manhattan 1:28

22 A.I. Theme (instrumental version) 4:08

TWO: THE FILM SCORE (CONT’D) 58:08

1 The Mecha World (extended version) 8:43

2 Replicas 5:59

3 Finding the Blue Fairy 6:02

4 Journey Through the Ice (Part 1) 4:43

5 Journey Through the Ice (Part 2) 5:07

6 Stored Memories 3:08

7 What Is Your Wish 4:10

8 The Specialist Visits 4:03

9 The Reunion 7:50

10 Where Dreams Are Born 4:23

11 A.I. Theme (vocal version) 4:01

THREE: ADDITIONAL MUSIC 56:30

1 For Always 4:45

Performed by Lara Fabian

2 Cybertronics (alternate) 3:08

3 David’s Arrival (alternate) 3:10

4 Canoeing With Pinocchio (alternate) 1:57

5 Abandoned in the Woods (alternate) 3:34

6 The Biker Hounds (extension) 2:38

7 Inside Dr. Know’s 4:30

8 Replicas (alternate) 4:02

9 Finding the Blue Fairy (alternate) 6:00

10 Finding the Blue Fairy (orchestral excerpt) 3:43

11 What Is Your Wish (alternate) 4:07

12 The Reunion (alternate) 7:01

13 Abandoned in the Woods (album version) 3:10

14 For Always (Duet) 4:45

Performed by Lara Fabian and Josh Groban

Total 3-Disc Time: 180:28

SEARCHING FOR BOBBY FISCHER: LIMITED EDITION LLLCD 1355

Music by James Horner

Limited Edition of 3000 Units

RETAIL PRICE: $19.98

STARTS SHIPPING JUNE 16th

ORDER “SEARCHING FOR BOBBY FISCHER: LIMITED EDITION” at www.lalalandrecords.com on JUNE 16 starting at 12noon (PST).

SFBF-Web.jpgLa-La Land Records, Paramount Pictures and WEA proudly present a remastered and expanded re-issue of renowned composer James Horner’s (STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KAHN, GLORY, BRAVEHEART, TITANIC) original motion picture score to the acclaimed 1993 Paramount Pictures drama SEARCHING FOR BOBBY FISCHER, starring Joe Mantegna, Laurence Fishburne and Joan Allen, written and directed by Steven Zaillian. This emotionally stirring score, rich with flowering themes and a strong dramatic foundation is regarded as one of this master composer’s finest works. This new release brings the score back in print and back to life, with an expanded and remastered presentation. Produced by Dan Goldwasser and mastered by James Nelson, this special release is limited to 3000 units and features bonus tracks, including alternates and album versions. Exclusive, in-depth liner notes from writer Brian Satterwhite takes you behind the music while Dan Goldwasser’s sharp art design makes all the right moves.

TRACK LISTING:

1.Main Title 3:05

2.Washington Square 2:43

3.Chess Piece in the Dark*/Shirazi Game*/Little Castle* 3:44

4.Josh vs. Dad 3:17

5.Josh Wins in Chess Club* 1:25

6.Josh’s First Lesson 2:35

7.Master Class Points 2:32

8.Josh Watches Team Leave*/First Tournament* 1:30

9.Start Your Clocks 1:42

10.Early Victories* (film version) 3:28

11.Josh Sees Poe in the Park* 1:17

12.Poe and Josh in Chess Club*/Maybe It’s Better Not to Win* 2:49

13.Contempt** (original version) 2:44

14.Bobby Fischer Interview* 1:23

15.Josh and Vinnie 3:25

16.The Nationals 3:23

17.Poe Watches Josh Advance*/Certificate From Bruce* 3:01

18.Final Tournament** (film version) 4:56

19.Final Victory 1:45

20.Epilogue/End Credits 7:06

TOTAL SCORE TIME: 57:39

BONUS TRACKS

21.The Castle (album version) 2:24

22.Josh vs. Dad* (alternate) 3:18

23.First Tournament* (alternate) 1:12

24.Josh Sees Poe in the Park* (alternate) 1:20

25.Poe and Josh in Chess Club* (alternate) 1:44

26.Contempt** (alternate) 2:39

27.Josh and Vinnie* (alternate opening) 0:59

28.Epilogue/End Credits* (alternate) 6:54

TOTAL BONUS TIME: 20:25

TOTAL ALBUM TIME: 79:17

* previously unreleased

** contains previously unreleased material

MILLENNIUM CD SIGNING EVENT!

Meet MILLENNIUM composer MARK SNOW and stars LANCE HENRIKSEN (Frank Black) and MEGAN GALLAGHER (Catherine Black) in person!

Saturday June 20th from 1-3pm at CREATURE FEATURES 2904 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505

Autographs will require the purchase of at least one of the MILLENNIUM VOL 1, MILLENNIUM VOL 2, or THE X-FILES: FIGHT THE FUTURE CD soundtracks at Creature Features. Visit www.creaturefeatures.com for more info.

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SEARCHING FOR BOBBY FISCHER EXPANDED RELEASE REVIEWED
James Horner Film Music reviews La-La Land Records’ expanded and re-mastered release of Searching for Bobby Fischer
http://jameshorner-filmmusic.com/searching-for-bobby-fischer-expanded-release-reviewed/

SEARCHING FOR BOBBY FISCHER: AN EXPLORATION IN RHYTHM
His article analyzes the compositional elements surrounding rhythm that Horner uses in Searching for Bobby Fischer's "Josh and Vinnie".
http://jameshorner-filmmusic.com/searching-for-bobby-fischer-an-exploration-in-rhythm/

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Just got this in e-mail from La-La Land:

THE LA-LA LAND 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION!

Starting at 12noon (PST) on June 30th, any order at www.lalalandrecords.com with a total more than $35.00 will receive FREE SHIPPING.

That's free shipping WORLDWIDE for any orders with a total of more than $35.00! Sale runs through 7/13.
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Might pick up Krull. Not familiar with the score at all, but I always see people speak highly of it in conjunction with Horner's body of work.

If you like Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and Cocoon, then you're at home. It's probably more old fashioned than those two, probably closer to Korngold or someone like that. Good stuff.

Karol

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A couple of points for clarification:

Krull is a direct reissue of our original release several years ago. Same content as before. In May, Commando kicked off our Hornerfest we planned for this summer...followed by Bobby Fischer in June and then Krull (originally slated for June 30, now July 14). A 4th and final title was scheduled for August this year, but has now been delayed for obvious reasons. The 4th Horner title is still scheduled for this year, but as of right now we do not know when.

However, a Vinyl pressing is forthcoming for KRULL and that is planned for this FALL.

House on Sorority Row is slightly expanded, with a few extra cues added as bonus material at the end of the original presentation. One of Richard Band's greatest scores that has been OOP for many many years. It looks and sounds great!

http://filmscoremonthly.com/board/posts.cfm?threadID=67395&forumID=1&archive=0&pageID=14&r=331#bottom

Sum of all Fears has been out of stock for a while. Any idea when it will return?

Most likely in the Fall

When dealing with these "finished goods" releases it costs a small fortune for us to purchase restock. So, titles like

Sum of All Fears

The Fury

Sleeping with the Enemy

First Knight

Ladyhawke

Will eventually be back in stock, but not until we have an influx of cash to purchase the pricey inventory

MV

Also, remember this?

We are still waiting on a number of titles to get the final sign off on. Some of you have noticed that our catalog numbers are all over the place. That's due to some titles (a few that were supposed to come out in 2014) taking some time to be signed off on for one reason or another.

LLLCD 1331 - waiting on actor approval of image (a pet project of mine)

LLLCD 1333 - waiting on studio approval (Golden Age Classic)

LLLCD 1335 - waiting on production company approval (even though we have the record label and studio singed off on this one). Missed the anniversary last year. Very frustrating.

LLLCD 1350 - waiting on actor/director/producer approval, then studio and record company approval. MEGA HUGE IMPORTANT RELEASE!!!!!

LLLCD 1353 - waiting on studio approval (JW release)

So, we have thousands and thousands of dollars tied up with these projects and have no product to show for them yet. It's the part of this biz that can nearly break one's spirit, but we keep on truckin'.

Well we have a new update:

LLLCD 1331 is at WB now waiting final artwork sign off

LLLCD 1333 - is finally cleared and is in artwork approval stage at WB. A spectacular Golden Age title that better sell. If not, I'm coming after you Golden Age fans! ;)

LLLCD 1335 is still with the production company (going on nearly 10 months now...missed the anniversary last year)

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1331 - WB... now that could be so many things. Except for The Matrix, because that's been done. I wonder how many people will think it could possibly be something to do with a young, bespectacled boy with a lightning-shaped scar on his forehead... However, it could also be something to do with a mad person... :P who knows?

I think a lot of us are eager to know what 1335 is. Without knowing which anniversary last year was, it'd be futile to guess.

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Does that mean 1350 has been approved? :w00t:

LOL

Oh hell no! That will most likely be a Black Friday release. Lots of approvals on that. And, personally speaking, one of the finest releases of our nearly 14 year history!

MV

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1331 - WB... now that could be so many things. Except for The Matrix, because that's been done.

Maybe... But then, both Varese albums are sold out/out of print now. At the moment, that is.

Karol

Varese are stubborn bastards. They absolutely will not let go of a title they own, so I doubt we'll ever see a properly expanded version of this. It's been touched on by LLL before as well. They really wanted to do the whole trilogy but couldn't.

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MV said 1331 is a "pet project" of his - not a big title.

And Varese owns the right to The Matrix in perpetuity. If a complete release is in the works, its through them.

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Y'know I was just thinking the other day that they might reissue Krull, particularly after Commando and Millennium got reissues. It shall finally and legitimately be mine!!!

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Listen to this track and decide whether you like it. It should give you a pretty good idea.

Karol

Wow, yeah, very Wrath of Khan. There's a part in the middle of that track where I expected his Trek theme to make an appearance.

Regardless...sold!

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Might pick up Krull. Not familiar with the score at all, but I always see people speak highly of it in conjunction with Horner's body of work.

If you like Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and Cocoon, then you're at home. It's probably more old fashioned than those two, probably closer to Korngold or someone like that. Good stuff.

Wagner and Strauss. At one point, there's Magic Fire Music and Waterfall in direct succession. ;)

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I still can't imagine what the mega huge important release - which is one of the finest releases of La-laland's nearly 14 year history - is.

At least a clue for decade?

It's Lost in Space.

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No, it isn't. 1350 is the one "waiting on actor/director/producer approval"

That's the only thing that's been said about it; Lost In Space has been discussed by a few people working on it - it's still being worked on and is expected this fall. 1350 has been done for a while and they are just waiting for approvals

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Might pick up Krull. Not familiar with the score at all, but I always see people speak highly of it in conjunction with Horner's body of work.

I'll definitely be picking up Krull. So glad they reissued it! :)

It might be a bit overbearing in its heroic zeal but it is truly up there with his best.

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