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 Post subject: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalog)?
PostPosted: Tue Jan 06, 2015 8:17 pm 
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I know that the many unreleased Max Steiner scores are of interest to a number of people, and that Intrada might eventually release the long-awaited album for Rio Bravo.


Some of the remaining stuff that I want to see most:

St. Ives - Lalo Schifrin
When Time Ran Out - Lalo Schifrin
Starship Invasions - Gil Mellé
The Ultimate Warrior - Gil Mellé
Bloodbrothers - Elmer Bernstein
The Pack - Lee Holdridge
Wonder Woman (TV series) - Charles Fox, Artie Kane, et al.
Looker - Barry DeVorzon
Night Shift - Burt Bacharach
American Anthem - Alan Silvestri
The Lost Boys - Thomas Newman
Nothing but Trouble - Michael Kamen
The Last Boy Scout - Michael Kamen
The Witches - Stanley Myers
The Train Robbers - Dominic Frontiere
Chisum - Dominic Frontiere
The Outlaw Josey Wales - Jerry Fielding
Class of '44 - David Shire
Straight Time - David Shire
Skin Game - David Shire
Harper - Johnny Mandel
An Enemy of the People - Leonard Rosenman
Countdown - Leonard Rosenman
Moon Zero Two - Don Ellis
Our Time - Michel Legrand
Ode to Billy Joe - Michel Legrand
The Arrangement - David Amram
Last of the Mobile Hot Shots - Quincy Jones
Firecreek - Alfred Newman
Kung Fu (TV series) - Jim Helms
Snow Job - Jacques Loussier
The Last of Sheila - Billy Goldenberg
The Drowning Pool - Michael Small (unfortunately lost on last report)
Black Belt Jones - Luchi De Jesus (unfortunately lost on last report)
Police Academy sequels - Robert Folk (La-La Land will apparently get to these)


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 Post subject: Re: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalo
PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2015 9:02 am 
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I'm sure there's a few I could add to that list, one comes to mind:

The Great Race original score - Henry Mancini


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 Post subject: Re: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalo
PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2015 6:49 pm 
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Alan wrote:
I'm sure there's a few I could add to that list, one comes to mind:

The Great Race original score - Henry Mancini

Yes, a definitive Great Race would be most appreciated. Doubly so if it is available in a great condition stereo or multi-track format.

Speaking of tapes, I forgot to make note that according to Lukas Kendall, the Kung Fu series has pristine stereo masters available at the Warner Bros. studio. The WB Records dialogue album is cool and great to have, but getting at least a couple of discs of this series' scores as music-only would be fantastic. The Schifrin score for the 1986 TV movie would be a neat addition.


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 Post subject: Re: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalo
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Yes! We need some Max Steiner at Warner Bros. CDs!

Also at WB: Waxman, Tiomkin etc.


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 Post subject: Re: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalo
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Chisum and Train Robbers.


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 Post subject: Re: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalo
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Larry Deutchman wrote:
Chisum and Train Robbers.




Yes, I would love to see both these scores on CD especially Chisum. I think a few people said Chisum can't be found, hope this is not true.


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 Post subject: Re: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalo
PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2015 9:58 am 
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Below are samples of some unreleased (completely or on CD) Warner Bros. soundtracks that I compiled last night. Thanks to all the good people who uploaded them.


St. Ives - Lalo Schifrin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxyJJBxMHUM

Starship Invasions - Gil Mellé
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rxe6qI429F4

Bloodbrothers - Elmer Bernstein
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yY4iOdZtbI

The Arrangement - David Amram
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERxLpOez2rk

Our Time - Michel Legrand
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXY9C2oODbA

Ode to Billy Joe - Michel Legrand
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XD2i5lWVQrs

Snow Job - Jacques Loussier
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=He6Oa_3-QEQ

Countdown - Leonard Rosenman
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVuMZLf02JY

Straight Time - David Shire
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHXiZn6YGAU

American Anthem - Alan Silvestri
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjUIF2OwPjU

The Last Boy Scout - Michael Kamen
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGbzEMTMefU

Night Shift - Burt Bacharach
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zs7RSljhFQ8

Looker - Barry DeVorzon
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5OHZRghtco

The Last of Sheila - Billy Goldenberg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vDTqSNWZe0


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 Post subject: Re: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalo
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-Cats Don't Dance
-Beetlejuice
-Pee-Wee's Big Adventure
-Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird


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 Post subject: Re: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalo
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T. Newman Fan wrote:
I know that the many unreleased Max Steiner scores are of interest to a number of people, and that Intrada might eventually release the long-awaited album for Rio Bravo.


That was a good call!

The trouble with the Steiner music is that a lot of his later stuff doesn't seem to exist and I'm not sure his earlier work would sell enough copies?

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 Post subject: Re: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalo
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Deep Blue Sea by Trevor Rabin. Not many people refer to this title, but what an amazing score!


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 Post subject: Re: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalo
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I can't believe I forgot to mention The Pack (1977) by Lee Holdridge. That one is a must.

In spirit of tonight's Elmer Bernstein release, I'll also recommend Funny Farm.

We have dozens of Warner Bros. recommendations here. These alone should keep the people at Intrada busy. :P


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 Post subject: Re: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalo
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We can cross off The Last Boy Scout thanks to La-La Land.

In other great Warner Bros. soundtrack news, Chisum and The Train Robbers appear possible, as a producer said to expect those scores from either Intrada or La-La Land at some point in the future.

Keep the wheels on those great Warner Bros. vaults turnin'!


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 Post subject: Re: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalo
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I might be the only one who wants them but I look forward to any future Police Academy releases by LLL. I believe they said we might see more in 2016.

And I'm surprised Kubrick's soundtracks haven't gotten more love. Barry Lyndon and The Shining shouldn't be so expensive!

Also:
-The Witches
-Innocent Blood (didn't Elmer Bernstein originally score this one?)
-Fair Game (LLL said this was on their radar at some point)
-Batman & Robin (yeah, right) :)
-the definitive Blade Runner (see above!)
-several expansions/remasters including Beetlejuice, The Witches of Eastwick, and Varese titles like Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, Executive Decision, Demolition Man, Sphere, and Spies Like Us


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 Post subject: Re: What of Interest is Left at Warner Bros. (Non-MGM Catalo
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Some great stuff released since last post. Plenty left, though.


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