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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:49 pm 
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Well Intrada did The Great Escape complete score on two discs with original album on a third disc, but that's a little different from AI since the album was a unique recording for the LP, not an arrangement of the film tracks like AI.

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 Post subject: Re: 80s and 90s Disney-Owned Titles
PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 6:45 am 
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If you go that route, the 5CD Ben-Hur release for instance has just over 80 x 3 minutes of original OST stuff on its set, i.e. it could fit on 3 CDs if labels weren't dumb.

If you include re-recordings, there's El Cid, which has 2CDs of score and 1 of extras, though the last CD isn't that long (whole set still needs 3 though)


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The first three discs of Intrada's Ten Commandments release are packed with music recorded for the film. Enough to make Moses dizzy and drop his tablets.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 18, 2018 12:55 pm 
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Roger said on FSM he's not giving any clues to next week's Disney 3-CD set. I presume that's because any clue beyond what Doug has already said would identify the title too easily.

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litefoot wrote:
Roger said on FSM he's not giving any clues to next week's Disney 3-CD set. I presume that's because any clue beyond what Doug has already said would identify the title too easily.


This supposed action-packed epic better be on par with the long action-packed epic that is Blood In Blood Out or I am boycotting Intrada forever. And no, future orders made by somebody named Guy Incognito will not be by me.


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litefoot wrote:
Roger said on FSM he's not giving any clues to next week's Disney 3-CD set. I presume that's because any clue beyond what Doug has already said would identify the title too easily.


This supposed action-packed epic better be on par with the long action-packed epic that is Blood In Blood Out or I am boycotting Intrada forever. And no, future orders made by somebody named Guy Incognito will not be by me.


It will be one of the titles frequently mentioned in the threads (two at FSM). Roger must know giving us the year or composer would make it too easy to guess. So, Willow, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Mulan, Swiss Family Robinson. One of those I think.

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litefoot wrote:
It will be one of the titles frequently mentioned in the threads (two at FSM). Roger must know giving us the year or composer would make it too easy to guess. So, Willow, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Mulan, Swiss Family Robinson. One of those I think.


Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Swiss Family Robinson? Good scores, but those guesses seem like quite a stretch given the descriptors. Although, one man's adjectives can easily be another man's hyperbole.


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T. Newman Fan wrote:
litefoot wrote:
It will be one of the titles frequently mentioned in the threads (two at FSM). Roger must know giving us the year or composer would make it too easy to guess. So, Willow, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Mulan, Swiss Family Robinson. One of those I think.


Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Swiss Family Robinson? Good scores, but those guesses seem like quite a stretch given the descriptors. Although, one man's adjectives can easily be another man's hyperbole.


I wouldn't have said they were action packed masterpieces either, but those are the four titles that keep getting mentioned so it's probably one of them.

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Roger has changed his mind again on FSM and given us another clue. :)

"It's hard to pin this one to a genre, but if I went with the first word that popped into my head, I would say gumshoe."

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litefoot wrote:
Roger has changed his mind again on FSM and given us another clue. :)

"It's hard to pin this one to a genre, but if I went with the first word that popped into my head, I would say gumshoe."


That certainly fits Roger Rabbit. At three discs, did Silvestri do an entire score that was rejected?


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T. Newman Fan wrote:
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Roger has changed his mind again on FSM and given us another clue. :)

"It's hard to pin this one to a genre, but if I went with the first word that popped into my head, I would say gumshoe."


That certainly fits Roger Rabbit. At three discs, did Silvestri do an entire score that was rejected?


Not to my knowledge.

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It has been suggested that the 3 CD set might include the music from the three theatrical Roger Rabbit shorts.

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Just spotted a hint on Doug's Facebook page from November - "As it is we still have two very exciting Disney projects still to be released this year, one a 3-CD set no less... knock on wood."

3-CD set was Roger Rabbit. I wonder what the other one is? Must be coming soon if it was delayed from last year. After all the Willow guesses a fortnight ago were proved wrong, I will be amused if it's Willow :)

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Hope 2018 is the year Howard Shore's AN INNOCENT MAN sees the light of day. :D

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Freejack wrote:
Hope 2018 is the year Howard Shore's AN INNOCENT MAN sees the light of day. :D


You're the one who got me to check this score out. If not Intrada, hopefully Shore releases it through his own label.


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