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 Post subject: July 23rd
PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2013 8:40 am 
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Both are Disney co-brands. One is Lone Ranger. The other is not that old actually, but not brand new either.


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 Post subject: Re: July 23rd
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I'm not too familiar with recent Disney films. How about a CD of Silvestri's A Christmas Carol?


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 Post subject: Re: July 23rd
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T. Newman Fan wrote:
I'm not too familiar with recent Disney films. How about a CD of Silvestri's A Christmas Carol?


That's a great guess and that is in the cards, but that's not it.


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 Post subject: Re: July 23rd
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I hope it's from 1993 and features a few witches. ; )


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 Post subject: Re: July 23rd
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The Boy in Striped Pyjamas?

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 Post subject: Re: July 23rd
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Dear God please let it be Joel McNeely's first TinkerBell score, complete (to be followed by the others, of course). Best music to come out of Disney since, well...Mulan!

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Yavar Moradi wrote:
Dear God please let it be Joel McNeely's first TinkerBell score, complete (to be followed by the others, of course). Best music to come out of Disney since, well...Mulan!

Yavar


Dear God...I would positively dance a jig if it were Tinker Bell, featuring a full album of McNeely's score and a couple of songs.


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 Post subject: Re: July 23rd
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Roger seems quite elated. :wink:

I keep seeing people requesting Tinker Bell, so I look forward to hearing what all the fuss is about.


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 Post subject: Re: July 23rd
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hmmm... that sounds almost too good to be true... but I am definitely in, of course.
Fingers crossed the others will be coming out eventually too.
I just hope this one will sell well enough so others may follow soon!
And perhaps more from Disney/McNeely too.

Anyway, for those unfamiliar with the first score, here is a little suite I compiled a few years ago.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWc6xRKS2vA

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 Post subject: Re: July 23rd
PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2013 12:05 pm 
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I hope it's from 1993 and features a few witches. ; )


I haven no doubt Hocus Pocus is coming. Debney himself said two older previously unreleased scores of his will be getting a release soon. I believe this to be Hocus Pocus and LAIR.


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 Post subject: Re: July 23rd
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If it's a co-branded, based on the pattern we can observe from what's been co-branded in the past, it should be an animated picture score, because all the recent co-branded CDs were from animated pictures, except for pictures being released in theaters or being aired on TV in the same time (The Avengers, OUAT and Lone Ranger).

Hocus Pocus would rather be a Special Collection release, for example.
Maybe Lilo & Stitch (Alan Silvestri) ? :D
And why not Mars Needs Moms (John Powell) ?


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 Post subject: Re: July 23rd
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YESSSSSS! Thank you God, and Joel, and Doug, and Roger, and everyone. Great to see Joel back on the Intrada label. This has made my week. I thought there was little hope of an Intrada release for the first Tinkerbell score in particular because there was a score suite on the existing CD (all of the sequel soundtrack CDs have no score on them). I thought that would make it a nightmare to license. I'm so glad that my guess -- which wasn't even made entirely seriously -- turned out to be correct! I'm also glad that there will be "a couple songs" on it because there were exactly two songs that I liked on the previous album (I think Joel may have had a hand in both). If they're the ones that fit narratively with the film (leaving off all the crappy pop songs) I will be elated.

I'll be making a big Intrada order soon (been waiting for The Ten Commandments...any word on how soon?) and this will DEFINITELY be on it. Can't wait for the sequel scores either. Some may laugh at my enthusiasm but these are seriously some of Joel McNeely's very best work and some of the best scores to come out of Hollywood in the past decade.

Yavar


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 Post subject: Re: July 23rd
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Roger said "if it WERE Tinkerbell". :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: July 23rd
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Roger said "if it WERE Tinkerbell". :wink:

Roger utilized the always enjoyable Bruce Kimmel method of confirmation.


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 Post subject: Re: July 23rd
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Azella wrote:
I hope it's from 1993 and features a few witches. ; )

Yavar Moradi wrote:
Dear God please let it be Joel McNeely's first TinkerBell score, complete (to be followed by the others, of course).


I'd be ecstatic for either of these scores!


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