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 Post subject: Re: Billy Goldenberg: the 1970's Scores
PostPosted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 8:35 am 
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Once again, I would pay a premium price for a pristine sounding collection of Goldenberg's work from the Universal vaults. Maybe Intrada could start with a combo set of his two premiere Universal scores for the made-for-tv films, FEAR NO EVIL and RITUAL OF EVIL, where his signature style burst on the scene fully formed.

I fully realize Goldenberg is top of mind primarily for us folk who have an encyclopedic memory of 70's series and made-for-TV films. Maybe we should suggest a "Kickstarter Campaign" for the project like this to Doug and Roger. I'd be good for c-note (or two.)


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 Post subject: Re: Billy Goldenberg: the 1970's Scores
PostPosted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 12:42 pm 
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vinylscrubber wrote:
Once again, I would pay a premium price for a pristine sounding collection of Goldenberg's work from the Universal vaults. Maybe Intrada could start with a combo set of his two premiere Universal scores for the made-for-tv films, FEAR NO EVIL and RITUAL OF EVIL, where his signature style burst on the scene fully formed.
I dont have a great memory of that time except for loving NIGHT GALLERY music, and disliking Goldenberg music because it was so damn omnipresent on TV. Only in later years, watching FEAR NO EVIL, DUEL, UFO INCIDENT, NAME OF GAME, etc. could I appreciate it, and very easily too. Supposedly he kept alot of his music, so perhaps the only major hurdle is copyright.


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 Post subject: Re: Billy Goldenberg: the 1970's Scores
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Duel would be a long awaited soundtrack to come out they have made a bootleg type version but never have officially released it

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Yavar Moradi wrote:
Here's the work I've done on the first season, figuring out the exact timings of the music as heard in the episode


Like T. Newman Fan, I've only just seen this thread. Top work, Yavar!

So Season 1 could conceivably fit on to a 2 disc set! That's better than I thought.

Intrada, I am down on my knees begging you! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Billy Goldenberg: the 1970's Scores
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He also wrote a fantastic score for the IT TAKES A THIEF episode where Mundy and his father (Fred Astaire) robe the bank at Monte Carlo!

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 Post subject: Re: Billy Goldenberg: the 1970's Scores
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Thanks so much to Intrada for giving us Duel by Billy Goldenberg this past year! I figured this thread was worth a bump to celebrate, and also inquire again about the possibility of tackling a two-disc set of season 1 Columbo scores from Grusin (first pilot), Goldenberg, and Melle...I think you'd have quite a few takers!

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 Post subject: Re: Billy Goldenberg: the 1970's Scores
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Duel was for me the perhaps best Intrada release in 2015!

A release of his score for "Lady in Waiting" alone would make my day! :)

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 Post subject: Re: Billy Goldenberg: the 1970's Scores
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It will be interesting to see how Intrada tackles Universal TV series like Columbo if they are possible for release.

There’s simply too much good stuff from the studio. I don’t know how the workflow usually goes for television album projects, but if it allows going through one series at a time with a single three or four-disc set of the “most essential” music, then that would be ideal for me. They could perhaps revisit some series at a later time once others have been justly represented.

I guess the real question is whether this stuff is cataloged and labeled thoroughly. If not, then costs can really mount up as scores could get transferred without knowing exactly what they are.


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As we still haven't had any Columbo, I am starting to wonder if it was one of the victims of the fire at Universal.

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 Post subject: Re: Billy Goldenberg: the 1970's Scores
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litefoot wrote:
As we still haven't had any Columbo, I am starting to wonder if it was one of the victims of the fire at Universal.

I very highly doubt it. That fire gets blamed for everything, yet never verified to be the actual cause of missing film and television music elements that a label tried to release. I suspect that classic Columbo music masters do exist in clean mono. The same for Kojak, Night Gallery and other such classics.


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 Post subject: Re: Billy Goldenberg: the 1970's Scores
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litefoot wrote:
As we still haven't had any Columbo, I am starting to wonder if it was one of the victims of the fire at Universal.

I very highly doubt it. That fire gets blamed for everything, yet never verified to be the actual cause of missing film and television music elements that a label tried to release. I suspect that classic Columbo music masters do exist in clean mono. The same for Kojak, Night Gallery and other such classics.


I would certainly like to know one way or the other.

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