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 Post subject: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2017 4:36 pm 
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There are plenty of 60s and 70s Disney-owned titles that I and others have wished for, but that does not mean I'm allergic to the 80s and 90s.

Blood In Blood Out (Conti)
Spy Hard (Conti)
Tex (Donaggio)
Cool Runnings (Zimmer & Glennie-Smith)
The Preacher's Wife (Zimmer)
The War at Home (Poledouris)
Celtic Pride (Poledouris)
Phenomenon (Thomas Newman)
Deceived (Thomas Newman)
Stakeout (Rubinstein)
Another Stakeout (Rubinstein)
An Innocent Man (Shore)
Aspen Extreme (Convertino)


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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 7:59 am 
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T. Newman Fan wrote:
There are plenty of 60s and 70s Disney-owned titles that I and others have wished for, but that does not mean I'm allergic to the 80s and 90s.

Blood In Blood Out (Conti)
Spy Hard (Conti)
Tex (Donaggio)
Cool Runnings (Zimmer & Glennie-Smith)
The Preacher's Wife (Zimmer)
The War at Home (Poledouris)
Celtic Pride (Poledouris)
Phenomenon (Thomas Newman)
Deceived (Thomas Newman)
Stakeout (Rubinstein)
Another Stakeout (Rubinstein)
An Innocent Man (Shore)
Aspen Extreme (Convertino)


Two of those are cleared and in our schedule...although not sure when they would be out...possibly next year.


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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
PostPosted: Sat May 20, 2017 1:50 am 
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Roger Feigelson wrote:
T. Newman Fan wrote:
There are plenty of 60s and 70s Disney-owned titles that I and others have wished for, but that does not mean I'm allergic to the 80s and 90s.

Blood In Blood Out (Conti)
Spy Hard (Conti)
Tex (Donaggio)
Cool Runnings (Zimmer & Glennie-Smith)
The Preacher's Wife (Zimmer)
The War at Home (Poledouris)
Celtic Pride (Poledouris)
Phenomenon (Thomas Newman)
Deceived (Thomas Newman)
Stakeout (Rubinstein)
Another Stakeout (Rubinstein)
An Innocent Man (Shore)
Aspen Extreme (Convertino)


Two of those are cleared and in our schedule...although not sure when they would be out...possibly next year.

I'm going to take a guess at Cool Runnings & Spy Hard for the two cleared titles. Although any one off of that list gets my attention.


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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
PostPosted: Sat May 20, 2017 9:57 am 
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I'd totally buy Cool Runnings, but of course I'm hoping in light of Intrada's long and close relationship with Basil that the two projects in process are The War at Home and Celtic Pride. :)

And hopefully a complete release for Les Miserables (with individual cues!) is on the horizon as well.

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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
PostPosted: Sat May 20, 2017 11:15 am 
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With two Contis in that list, no one tell Henry on FSM or he'll have a heart attack. It might be neither.

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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
PostPosted: Sat May 20, 2017 4:21 pm 
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Roger Feigelson wrote:
T. Newman Fan wrote:
There are plenty of 60s and 70s Disney-owned titles that I and others have wished for, but that does not mean I'm allergic to the 80s and 90s.

Blood In Blood Out (Conti)
Spy Hard (Conti)
Tex (Donaggio)
Cool Runnings (Zimmer & Glennie-Smith)
The Preacher's Wife (Zimmer)
The War at Home (Poledouris)
Celtic Pride (Poledouris)
Phenomenon (Thomas Newman)
Deceived (Thomas Newman)
Stakeout (Rubinstein)
Another Stakeout (Rubinstein)
An Innocent Man (Shore)
Aspen Extreme (Convertino)


Two of those are cleared and in our schedule...although not sure when they would be out...possibly next year.

Nice. Two out of thirteen ain't so bad in this hobby. That is quite a full schedule you guys have if those albums might not be released until next year.


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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
PostPosted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 2:29 pm 
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The "next year" is here. It will be interesting to see which two albums we'll get. Roger is especially fond of Rubinstein, so my bet is on the two Stakeout scores.


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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
PostPosted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 11:51 pm 
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Disney owned Horner title: Mighty Joe Young.

For a CD that's almost maxed out to capacity, there's still quite a bit of great score missing. If it ever happens, I hope that what happened with TITANIC happens with this and the Trailer music is included.

Just like for Titanic, Horner recorded an early, almost demo-like version of the main theme (the "Windsong") for use in the theatrical trailer. It had much softer, lullaby-like vocals to it compared to the more authentic African choir in the final film, very dreamy sounding. Wonderful.

In fact that trailer music could've been the one cue from that film he took time off on Titanic to record as alleged.


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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 4:42 am 
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T. Newman Fan wrote:
The "next year" is here. It will be interesting to see which two albums we'll get. Roger is especially fond of Rubinstein, so my bet is on the two Stakeout scores.


Still that mysterious Disney 3-CD set to come, too.

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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
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litefoot wrote:
T. Newman Fan wrote:
The "next year" is here. It will be interesting to see which two albums we'll get. Roger is especially fond of Rubinstein, so my bet is on the two Stakeout scores.


Still that mysterious Disney 3-CD set to come, too.


That's next.


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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:18 pm 
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Roger Feigelson wrote:
litefoot wrote:
T. Newman Fan wrote:
The "next year" is here. It will be interesting to see which two albums we'll get. Roger is especially fond of Rubinstein, so my bet is on the two Stakeout scores.


Still that mysterious Disney 3-CD set to come, too.


That's next.


But is it missing a vapid song that is already widely available? I will pretend to be extremely pissed if that's the case.


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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
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T. Newman Fan wrote:
Roger Feigelson wrote:
litefoot wrote:
Still that mysterious Disney 3-CD set to come, too.


That's next.


But is it missing a vapid song that is already widely available? I will pretend to be extremely pissed if that's the case.


Well if it is, there will be disc space to spare I imagine :)

The way Doug phrases it in the singular - 'action-packed masterpiece' suggests it's a film, rather than a collection of television episode scores.

As there are three discs, it must either have the original album on the third disc, or, it's a package similar to their Poltergeist II release, with analogue mixes, digital mixes and extras.

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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 6:49 am 
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litefoot wrote:

As there are three discs, it must either have the original album on the third disc, or, it's a package similar to their Poltergeist II release, with analogue mixes, digital mixes and extras.



Er, why? 2 CDs of score, and one of extras. A.I. fits this. Hell, Titanic is 4CDs and doesn't have the album as originally presented on it, or as far as I can tell, anything redundant (though disc 4 is all source music)


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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
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TerraEpon wrote:
litefoot wrote:

As there are three discs, it must either have the original album on the third disc, or, it's a package similar to their Poltergeist II release, with analogue mixes, digital mixes and extras.



Er, why? 2 CDs of score, and one of extras. A.I. fits this. Hell, Titanic is 4CDs and doesn't have the album as originally presented on it, or as far as I can tell, anything redundant (though disc 4 is all source music)


Yup, some scores simply have a ridiculous amount of music recorded.

Albums with different mixes can get a bit carried away, though I suppose choice is nice if it doesn't increase the price tag. Everyone should be on team analog with the Poltergeist II mixes, because I said so, and the 3-track mixes on the Rambo release doesn't carry the score's signature muscular sound as effectively.


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TerraEpon wrote:
litefoot wrote:

As there are three discs, it must either have the original album on the third disc, or, it's a package similar to their Poltergeist II release, with analogue mixes, digital mixes and extras.



Er, why? 2 CDs of score, and one of extras. A.I. fits this. Hell, Titanic is 4CDs and doesn't have the album as originally presented on it, or as far as I can tell, anything redundant (though disc 4 is all source music)


Well Poltergeist II was the first time I'd come across a third disc in a set, just with extras (not being a big Williams fan, I didn't know about the A.I. release doing it as well). It sticks in my mind so that's why I mentioned it.

Any other examples of 3 CD sets done like A.I.?

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