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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2013 12:27 pm 
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Onlt thing rare about it now ar ethe cues on it composed by Brian Luzietti. But it appears there were TWO versions. I got one and it has 22 tracks. Yours might be minus Luzietti's cues. Looks like they revised it.

Jones' cues are on the FSM TNG box.


Yes, I have both versions (three if counting the FSM box). So the music is not rare, just the Sonic Images pressing with booklet and artwork. The Sonic CD also has five bonus tracks not on the FSM box.

Here's the Interplay CD with Jones/Luzietti:

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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 12:32 pm 
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Found a massive 3 CD set of the Cannes 50th Anniversary Special on rfimusique label. This thing is packed full of music and dialogue excerpts from dozens of films from 1946 to 1997, everyone from Ennio Morricone to The Doors to Gene Kelly to Bernard Herrmann is in there. ($1.00)

Jacques Davidovici- Films (composer promo) $1.00

The next one reaches into oddball territory, it's a composer promo of music by Brahm Wenger, the guy who scored Air Bud ( :) ) and the Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen films ( :twisted: ). This 1996 disc precedes all of that horseshit, I'm hoping the cues are from the composers only IMDB credit from 1996, a Sidney J. Furie film, Hollow Point, starring Donald Sutherland. ($1.00)

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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2013 12:23 pm 
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FYC disc of Lincoln (John Williams)

Had I found this recording a week ago I would have sent in my vote to the academy. :lol:

The track titles are a lot different than those on the commercial CD and contains 19 tracks.

$1.00 (US currency)

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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 8:36 pm 
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Best find I ever had was about three months ago. I was perusing Amazon of all places and bought Intrada's first "Night Crossing" cd release in nm condition for $9.99.


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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 11:11 pm 
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Did an internet search of the FYC disc of Lincoln, few weeks ago a copy sold for more than $600.00, another for over $500.00 and a couple more for $250.00 and up. Crazy. I'm proud to own a copy of this contemporary classic by the great American composer John Williams.

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And to think that just a couple of days ago the last piece of music I ever listened to in this life was almost Investigation Of A Citizen Above Suspicion shortly before that dumb son of a bitch going 70 mph crashed and flipped his car about 25 feet from where I was sitting in my own car. Would have been an interesting piece of music to clock out on.

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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
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Best find I ever had was about three months ago. I was perusing Amazon of all places and bought Intrada's first "Night Crossing" cd release in nm condition for $9.99.


Right place / Right time 8)

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Recently the RCA Italian vinyl pressing of Homo Eroticus (Armando Trovioli) for a little under $30.00 US currency. Rest in peace Armando who passed a way just a couple of weeks ago.

The next one is unmentionable on this forum. It's the un-official CD of a score composed by the same guy who scored the Hitchcock film about a guy named Norman, this score is from the film about a psychotic named Max who terrorizes the family of a lawyer, the film was remade in 1991 by the Italian guy who talks really fast. ($8.00 US currency)

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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
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Bought this about a week ago...

Songwriter and actor Jester Hairston whose singing voice was dubbed to Sidney Poitier in the 1963 film Lilies Of The Fields. I'm assuming the LP is extemely rare as there is no info online other than my own recent submission to Discogs. The back cover is plain white with no text. Recorded at the Fullerton California Junior College auditorium on March 17, 1961.

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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
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Well I've been finding a number of weird unusual film music recordings, a composer promo of a guy who scores contemporary American TV commercials, this one is so God awful bad I won't even mention the guys name. This type of horseshit is the reason why I mute the audio during the commercials.

Onto the good stuff...

A composer promo CD from about 2000 of music by Brian Tyler

Doctor Faustus - Mario Nascimbene; On the back is an inscription, looks to be autographed by the composer, it's in bold ink but I can't quite make out what it says. The LP is a British pressing with laminated cover.

The next one is something else! The soundtrack recording to the 1980 film Falling In Love Again composed by Michel Legrand starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Elliot Gould. The 15 track LP is a private pressing from the production company, my guess is it's a cast and crew givaway. It's in a plain white sleeve, the label offers no track titles and credits a title song sung by Johnny Mathis.

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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
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Brave (Patrick Doyle) For Your Consideration CD. Bought a copy of this today for $2.00.

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My last two best cd finds were both on Ebay:



"La Nouvelle Guerre Des Boutons" (War of Buttons) by Philippe Rombi Mint condition for 1 cent.


"Angela's Ashes" by John Williams (Paramount Promo - score only) Brand New
"The Boy Who Could Fly" by Bruce Broughton (Percepto Expanded score) Brand New - Both cd's for $14.95.


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 Post subject: Re: How's this for a find?
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Brave (Patrick Doyle) For Your Consideration CD. Bought a copy of this today for $2.00.


Amoeba? I was there last week and didn't find much in terms of promos...

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Brave (Patrick Doyle) For Your Consideration CD. Bought a copy of this today for $2.00.


Amoeba? I was there last week and didn't find much in terms of promos...


It wasn't Amoeba. They sold a copy several days ago through Ebay for over forty dollars.

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A Couple of good Ebay Purchases


"How the West Was Won" - Alfred Newman (Double cd Release) for $9.00
"Far From the Madding Crowd" - Richard Rodney Bennett (Sony Expanded Release) for $9.99

Both in Mint Condition


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"A Summer Story" - Georges Delerue - $20.00
"The Return of the Three Musketeers" - Jean Claude Petit - $9.00


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