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Roger Feigelson announces a Williams title is coming from Intrada in 2021


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I often lie awake in bed with all these lingering questions about future Star Wars expansions.   What if the multi-tracks are still lost for SW? Did ESB tapes disintegrate while being transf

Every time this thread gets bumped I think the title has been announced...

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6 hours ago, filmmusic said:

When are we expecting the next Intrada announcement?

 

They try to release titles every 2 weeks for the most part. Rio Conchos was today's new title, so the next one would be 2 weeks from now, unless of course there are any delays or snafus or whatever

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it doesn't stand for anything

 

Oh, it seem someone invented an acronym for it later, but that's not the use I was intending

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2 minutes ago, Jay said:

it doesn't stand for anything

 

Oh, it seem someone invented an acronym for it later, but that's not the use I was intending

 

No, I'm pretty sure the acronym came first as a military expression, that later led to it being used as a general term for mix-ups/hitches.

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Info from Roger Feigelson from January 2021:

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

 

DeVol, Kamen and Goldsmith are already out, so the next one is Elfman and then ...(probably at the beginning of June) ... Willliams!!! :woop:

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3 minutes ago, May the Force be with You said:

Edward Scissorhands would be terrific. I don't know though if it's Intrada's territory

Hmmmm.

Maybe they will release that one someday.

I shall put it in their" Suggestion Box"

 

 

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According to the person who runs this site, Intrada‘s Scissorhands is complete:

 

https://chrono-score.blogspot.com/2015/12/edward-scissorhands.html?m=1

 

They don’t use any of the isolated score in their playlist anymore; it’s all Intrada’s release.  The only thing not on Intrada’s release are a few cassette tape demos exclusive to the Elfman/Burton box.

 

Honestly, it’s such a slight expansion and the OST is a much better listening experience anyway.

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8 minutes ago, Amer said:

I'd welcome Elfman's Sommersby. Another unusual but warm Elfman score. That would be great to have. 

 

One of his best scores!  The OST is great, I'd mostly welcome a new edition to hopefully expose the score to more listeners.  The movie was also filmed in my little corner of the world.

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What are the odds for a Elfman (and Young) Spider-Man box set, with the complete scores from the three movies, including the alternates (which I'm sure there's too many of them?). Actually, is it Intrada territory?

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Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but as far as I'm aware, Disney is the only studio that seems to have an exclusive relationship with a specialty label.  Every other studio has worked with pretty much all the main specialties, right?  So a Sony movie can't really be said to be the exclusive "territory" of any label?

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9 minutes ago, Edmilson said:

What are the odds for a Elfman (and Young) Spider-Man box set, with the complete scores from the three movies, including the alternates (which I'm sure there's too many of them?).

 

I'd speculate they'd each get individual 2CD sets instead of a box set

 

Spider-man 3 is post-2005 USA so would be harder to do than the first two

 

Plus, whatever dumb legal things caused the score album that Young assembled to never be released could still be a factor, who knows

 

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Actually, is it Intrada territory?

 

Why would you suggest that?

 

3 minutes ago, Disco Stu said:

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but as far as I'm aware, Disney is the only studio that seems to have an exclusive relationship with a specialty label.  Every other studio has worked with pretty much all the main specialties, right?  So a Sony movie can't really be said to be the exclusive "territory" of any label?

 

That's right.

 

All the various specialty labels have released titles from WB, Paramount, Sony, MGM, and Fox.  It's only Disney that has granted licenses to one specialty label only (Intrada).  Why?  I have no idea.

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7 minutes ago, Jay said:

I'd speculate they'd each get individual 2CD sets instead of a box set

 

Spider-man 3 is post-2005 USA so would be harder to do than the first two

 

Plus, whatever dumb legal things caused the score album that Young assembled to never be released could still be a factor, who knows

 

Yeah, I forgot about SM3 being post-2005, which is unfortunate. Sure, several bootlegs exist, but Young doesn't get paid on bootlegs. 

 

On the other hand, Spider-Man is Sony's biggest franchise. I don't think they'd let a specialty label tackle anything from their biggest cash cow. I'd love to be proven wrong, though.

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After they botched Ghostbusters and there are indications they botched Ghostbustes 2 as well let's hope they let the specialty labels do the Spider-mans....

 

That reminds me that in Feb 2019 MV posted they had 2 titles at Sony Music and just last week MV said they still have 2 titles at Sony Music.  Maybe they are Spider-man 1 and 2 lol

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I hope so!

I have no idea what the two titles are... or even if the 2 titles he mentioned last week are the same as the 2 titles from 2 years ago!

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41 minutes ago, Edmilson said:

As much as I like the Spidey scores, but my priority from Sony is The Patriot, so I hope it is one of those two titles announced... lol

 

Sony Music has nothing to do with The Patriot. The OST was on Hollywood Records (Disney). The unreleased cues are with the film studio, Sony Pictures. 

 

 

38 minutes ago, mstrox said:


Oh no, what did those monsters do now!?

 

When the tracklist was revealed the amount of tracks was very small so people think it might be very incomplete. 

 

Of course, maybe Edelman just combined short cues into longer tracks, we don't know yet (the track list reveal had no times) 

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1 hour ago, Jay said:

 

All the various specialty labels have released titles from WB, Paramount, Sony, MGM, and Fox.  It's only Disney that has granted licenses to one specialty label only (Intrada).  Why?  I have no idea.


I always just assumed Disney owned Intrada! 

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6 hours ago, Jay said:

 

I'd speculate they'd each get individual 2CD sets instead of a box set


Why not a “Danny Elfman Spider-Man Collection” to sell alongside the Batman one? Also, I’m pretty sure MV said Spidey 3 would be a licensing nightmare. 

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I admit, I am not at all interested in Danny Elfman expanions so far.

So far, the OSTs are usually more than sufficient and contain all the interesting pieces.

Just improvement of sound quality might be a reason here or if OSTs are out of print.

But there I would probably prefer just remixes of the OSTs.

 

The only composers where I am really interested in expansions are John Williams and Jerry Goldsmith, and for Jerry mainly because most of the OSTs just carry half an hour of music which often just feels like a glimpse through the key hole on the score.

 

 

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