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Luckily I noticed the fringes coming off much earlier and had to request a free copy from SAE as they had plenty in stock back then. You should email SAE and ask if they still have more of these around. Send a polite email to Katie. She always helps.

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Don't ban anyone on my account. They got me fair and square. No harm done ... Peace, D

My package from La La Land arrived today, and one from Amazon!

Today’s haul from Screen Archives...  

6 hours ago, Incanus said:

Btw. Maglorfin the awesome book that comes with the box was in a fine condition and feels an looks very sturdy based on my initial perusal.

 

Gratias ago, amicissime. I remember I also received the BB just like you did - "in a sturdy box with bubble wrap and other padding it arrived pristine". But unfortunately, after a few days, the book started to fall apart as seen on the photos. But surely, SAE will have rectified the issue by now, I remember that soon after many complaints surfaced, they started replacing books free of charge but I didn't apply for it back then so I don't know if the replacements were actually of better quality.

 

47 minutes ago, azahid said:

Luckily I noticed the fringes coming off much earlier and had to request a free copy from SAE as they had plenty in stock back then. You should email SAE and ask if they still have more of these around. Send a polite email to Katie. She always helps.

 

Ah OK, thank you! :thumbup: I think I'll try.

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Stefan, you were JUST in Boston.  You could have walked to Symphony Hall and bought the Lockhart CD directly from the source!

 

Anyways, as soon as I saw your picture I was going to say "someone went to Amoeba" :P

 

Cool place, innit?

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Totally unexpectedly met the Spielberg-Williams collab set in the local tech store, so I couldn't leave the poor guy there all alone!

 

Weirdly, I think I enjoyed the 3rd disc the most on the first listening. It had the most new material for me, and I liked most of it - Afrika, Escapades, and Immigration and Building were almost worth the price of the whole set. Most of the first disc and half the second I already know by heart (although new arrangements and recordings are always nice), and I don't like how inexplicably Hook-heavy the second disc is. (Not that any of it it's bad by any means, but a third of the tracks reserved for it seems overkill.)

 

I also saw the JW conducts music from SW with BPO 2CD, but I left it there for now. The first disc will be completely redundant when I get the upcoming E.T. and the inevitable SWOT set, and for the second disc, I'll have to look into how good that Planets performance is.

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