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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2014 7:00 pm 
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24 k gold disc of Phantasm (Myrow/Seagrave), $10.00. I've had the Varese Sarabande vinyl since 1980, a CD of the score is like revisiting my misspent youth. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
PostPosted: Thu Jul 17, 2014 1:57 pm 
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Intrada's "The War Wagon" - Dimitri Tiomkin in pristine condition for $11.95 on the SAE website.


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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
PostPosted: Wed Jul 30, 2014 8:17 pm 
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I recently bought a 45 rpm promo of Guns At Batasi, a 1964 John Addison score. Side one is Theme From Guns At Batasi, the flip side is a track titled Blues For Batasi. The guy working at the music shop seeing the flip side up when I went to pay one dollar for the record looks at it and says, "Blues for Batasi? What the hell is that?" :lol:

Might be a good idea for a thread, strange or unusual track titles.

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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
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I've been locating some really interesting recording and some truly horrible ones by total hacks.

There's one that really become a recent favorite quick, the score to a documentary film about the careers of ultra low budget trash filmmakers David Friedman and Dan Sonney, producer/director team of classic trash such as My Tale Is Hot, Thar She Blows and a pile of other films during the 50's and 60's. It's a documentary from 2000 called, Mau Mau Sex Sex scored by Eddie Baytos And The Nervis Brothers.

Check out the trailer on YouTube, it's hillarious and the score is a real treat.

http://youtu.be/2oe7OWLhMgc

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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
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Is anyone aware of this...

http://www.discogs.com/submissions#item ... %2F7819379

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At a junkstore I salvaged and saved several production music CDs of British and Italian composers, tracks are from the 1960s and 1970s. These were nearly ruined, broken, filthy and cracked jewel cases. I cleaned them up, fresh cases and slip covers, they're now as good as new.

Whoever the idiot that owned them previously showed blatant disrespect and should never have had them to begin with. We're talking Piccioni, Morricone, Trovajoli, G&M, Micalizzi... The composers on the British disc are all new names to me.

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I bought the promo cd of "The Medusa Touch" by Michael J. Lewis for $8.95 on the SAE website last month. This is such a Great score, I've been playing it over and over again for a week now and I hope someday there is an official release of this score.


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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
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21 promotional CDs, most are FYC for $1.00 each. The one that made the day is Mark Isham's Fly Away Home.

I even picked up Clint Eastwood's score for J. Edgar. Why the hell is Clint Eastwood scoring films anyway?

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Poking through a shelf of CDs at a junkstore a few days ago and found a copy of Toy Soldiers (Robert Folk), an early Intrada release. The jewel case was dirty, scratched and cracked, broken hinge, broken sprockets on the inlay. The thing just fell apart in my hands. The CD is in near perfect condition as well as the insert and back inlay. I swapped out jewel cases from a Melissa Etheridge CD and paid one dollar for it. :lol:

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Found the 1992 Intrada disc of Planet Of The Apes (Jerry Goldsmith) at a thrift store last night and paid two dollars for it. I've been doing this for years, searching for music at thrift shops, although I prefer the term junkstores. Finding something exceptional for cheep-cheep always makes me feel happy.

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