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Jerry Goldsmith's Star Trek The Motion Picture - 2012 La La Land 3CD (and now: 2LP)


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Some fun behind the scenes stories about working on this and other Star Trek releases for LLL, FSM, and Intrada, here for your listening pleasure in the latest Goldsmith Odyssey Interview: http://gol

Then you can hear it in stereo!     Then it wasn't meant to be.

Listening to The Enterprise just brought tears in my eyes!

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Only after a good handful of complete listens did I notice the film take of The Enterprise actually still has an almost complete statement of the earlier version of the main theme.

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Unless Intrada decides to pick up and do another limited pressing 5 years later. This is such a great legendary title. I think it should be in print forever!

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Possibly [One of] the most self-indulgently exhaustive specialty label score releases ever? I'm glad to have it, RIP.

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Does any one know the name of the instrument that makes the dissonant noises at 5:49 - 6:00

 

Is it just the strings?

 

That part has always been so amazing to me.

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Some fun behind the scenes stories about working on this and other Star Trek releases for LLL, FSM, and Intrada, here for your listening pleasure in the latest Goldsmith Odyssey Interview:

http://goldsmithodyssey.buzzsprout.com/159614/3978677-odyssey-interviews-neil-s-bulk-part-1
http://goldsmithodyssey.buzzsprout.com/159614/3978893-odyssey-interviews-neil-s-bulk-part-2

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Posted by Bruse Koski on Facebook. “Here are higher-res images of art created by Jim Titus as an alternate cover for the La-La Land vinyl release of Star Trek–The Motion Picture soundtrack. He also did the release version art. Note the second image of the Enterprise isolated. Art unused due to likeness permissions and restrictions, etc.
“Art by Jim Titus for La-La Land Records.”

 

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