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 Post subject: Jan 5th releases
PostPosted: Thu Dec 31, 2015 5:38 pm 
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One is a late 70s concoction of sci fi time travel medieval adventure. The second from the 90s is a massive orchestral score featuring lots of exotic percussion from a guy who was no stranger to these epic scores. Totally forgotten film.


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Roger Feigelson wrote:
One is a late 70s concoction of sci fi time travel medieval adventure.

Unidentified Flying Oddball (aka The Spaceman and King Arthur)? That would be fantastic.


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Aside from the "forgotten film" part of the clue I would have happily guessed The Mummy for the latter. Wonder what it actually is. And yay for more Ron Goodwin!

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For the 90s movie, I think "The Mummy" fits the description because of the exotic percussion clue.


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For the 90s movie, I think "The Mummy" fits the description because of the exotic percussion clue.

But it’s the farthest thing from being a “totally forgotten film.” On the contrary, The Mummy was a massive blockbuster success and is part of one of the most well-known film series.

The title is probably a film that few have heard of with the score getting a full-blown premiere release rather than a mere expansion.


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MIGHTY JOE YOUNG - James Horner
anyone remember this film? ;)

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DeviantMan wrote:
MIGHTY JOE YOUNG - James Horner
anyone remember this film? ;)


I wouldn't call this one totally forgotten. But I haven't got a clue as to what it can be.

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For the 90's release i'm going with Silvestri & The Long Kiss Goodnight.


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H TRAIN wrote:
For the 90's release i'm going with Silvestri & The Long Kiss Goodnight.


In what universe is that one:

1) epic score
2) including many exotic percussions?


Jarre's SETTING SUN seems like the spot on guess so far...

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Lokutus wrote:
H TRAIN wrote:
For the 90's release i'm going with Silvestri & The Long Kiss Goodnight.


In what universe is that one:

1) epic score
2) including many exotic percussions?


Jarre's SETTING SUN seems like the spot on guess so far...
My brain got all excited & scrambled when reading Roger's post regarding totally forgotton film & somehow went down the amnesia chick route.


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T. Newman Fan wrote:
Roger Feigelson wrote:
One is a late 70s concoction of sci fi time travel medieval adventure.

Unidentified Flying Oddball (aka The Spaceman and King Arthur)? That would be fantastic.


Now this intrigues and excites me greatly.

I've been discussing this and many other 70s/80s Disney Live Action movies a lot recently due to the exclusive blurays that Disney are issuing via their Members Club in the US.
I'm in the UK so a friend sends me the exclusives from the US. I know this as The Spaceman And King Arthur, and can vividly remember seeing it with my Mum on a Saturday morning back in 1979. It's been years since I saw it, and unfortunately it's one of the more forgotten live action movies. Can't say I remember the music at all but I'd be very interested in hearing it and imagining seeing the movie again.

I just hope that Intrada have one of the covers with the UK title on it.


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rybev wrote:
T. Newman Fan wrote:
Roger Feigelson wrote:
One is a late 70s concoction of sci fi time travel medieval adventure.

Unidentified Flying Oddball (aka The Spaceman and King Arthur)? That would be fantastic.


Now this intrigues and excites me greatly.

I've been discussing this and many other 70s/80s Disney Live Action movies a lot recently due to the exclusive blurays that Disney are issuing via their Members Club in the US.
I'm in the UK so a friend sends me the exclusives from the US. I know this as The Spaceman And King Arthur, and can vividly remember seeing it with my Mum on a Saturday morning back in 1979. It's been years since I saw it, and unfortunately it's one of the more forgotten live action movies. Can't say I remember the music at all but I'd be very interested in hearing it and imagining seeing the movie again.

I just hope that Intrada have one of the covers with the UK title on it.

Yeah, ‘70s and early ‘80s Disney live action scores are usually excellent and we’re fortunate enough to have Intrada deliver about a dozen of these.

Unidentified Flying Oddball is my personal favorite Goodwin at Disney score. His exuberant jazz score for Diamonds on Wheels is probably number two for me.


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Massive 90s orchestral score with tons of exotic percussion.

Obscure film.

Probably Disney.

My money is on David Newman's Operation Dumbo Drop.


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UNIDENTIFIED FLYING ODDBALL - Ron Goodwin
sound right.

THE SETTING SUN - Maurice Jarre
I looked this up. Film came out in Japan in '92 but was released in the US in '99.
I'd be ecstatic for this given that Jarre's other epic Asian flavored scores have been condensed into 30 minute album presentations (SHOGUN, TAI-PAN). It'll be great to get a complete work, in this style, from Jarre!

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