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 Post subject: THE INTRADA- UNIVERSAL RELATIONSHIP
PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2014 3:02 pm 
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Maybe I am wrong in thinking this way, but it seems over the last 6 or 7 months that we have gotten very few releases from the Universal vault. I am wondering if the Intrada- Universal relationship is still ongoing. I sure hope so. There are still many scores from the '50's, '60's,70's and '80's that I would like to see released.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2014 3:09 pm 
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MONTE JACOBSON wrote:
Maybe I am wrong in thinking this way, but it seems over the last 6 or 7 months that we have gotten very few releases from the Universal vault. I am wondering if the Intrada- Universal relationship is still ongoing. I sure hope so. There are still many scores from the '50's, '60's,70's and '80's that I would like to see released.


It's there and we have a few projects in the works. We just have to work at their pace. As I like to say, if things were easy they'd be done already.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2014 4:03 pm 
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Soundtracks have customarily trickled in more slowly from Universal when compared to most other studios currently participating, so I think there's never any real reason to believe that the relationship has severed.

We get relatively few each year, but the ones we do get are usually amazing. Heck, I think I'll go listen to Hellfighters now. :D


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2014 4:50 pm 
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Roger Feigelson wrote:
MONTE JACOBSON wrote:
Maybe I am wrong in thinking this way, but it seems over the last 6 or 7 months that we have gotten very few releases from the Universal vault. I am wondering if the Intrada- Universal relationship is still ongoing. I sure hope so. There are still many scores from the '50's, '60's,70's and '80's that I would like to see released.


It's there and we have a few projects in the works. We just have to work at their pace. As I like to say, if things were easy they'd be done already.


That's good news, Roger. Three, in particular, that I would love to see released are CENTENNIAL, ROOSTER COGBURN and if things can be worked out with the current owner, RESURRECTION.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 27, 2014 11:16 pm 
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Hopefully APOLLO 13 is at the top of the list :)
or after 15 reissues of the same, it would be nice to finally get a decent BACKDRAFT album too.

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What I really like about Intrada and Varese's Universal choices (if they have much of a choice) thus far is that Silver Age CD premieres have been a focus. There's seemingly plenty of time later to concentrate on expanding scores from the late 80s, 90s and 2000s.

Of course, something like Apollo 13 does beg for a better commercial album of Horner's score, but getting wild cards like High Plains Drifter, Five Days from Home and Tobruk are what I appreciate most.


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MONTE JACOBSON wrote:
Maybe I am wrong in thinking this way, but it seems over the last 6 or 7 months that we have gotten very few releases from the Universal vault. I am wondering if the Intrada- Universal relationship is still ongoing. I sure hope so. There are still many scores from the '50's, '60's,70's and '80's that I would like to see released.


Don't forget that just a few releases ago we gave you the complete Psycho II, which required Universal as well as UMG. In fact, also keep in mind that a large number of Universal projects have cross-licensing issues with UMG due to the years of first rights of refusal and whatnot with Decca, MCA and other associated labels. So in addition to the generally slow process of licensing thru Universal already a factor, things really get bogged down when UMG also needs to be involved. But we're good friends with both so hang in there. As Roger mentions, we have more of their projects in the works.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 02, 2014 6:48 am 
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Good to hear the Intrada / Universal relationship is still going strong. I'd be particularly interested in seeing if any John Williams expansions can be licensed from them - Jaws, Jaws II, Dracula, E.T. and The Lost World come to mind first.

LLL has led the way for Spielberg/Williams collaborations getting approved by them to come out, so hopefully other labels can start to reap that reward too.


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At the very least, it would be good to know if the Dracula tapes are really lost or if it's another misassumption made by outsiders as was the case with the Conan scores. If true, it would not surprise me if some rabid fan stole them many years ago. :mrgreen:

Anyway, Intrada no doubt has the popular Universal stuff like the Airport and John Williams scores in mind and would work on them if possible. They'd be crazy not to do those from a business standpoint.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 02, 2014 7:36 am 
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Jay wrote:
Good to hear the Intrada / Universal relationship is still going strong.


Great news indeed! I was a little bit worried. 8)
The most of my remaining grails are buried in Universal's vaults, especially from the Silver Age. I think Intrada can dig there for years to come! :D

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Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (Barton)
Madigan (Costa)
Columbo (Goldenberg/Mellé)


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My top favorite, Emmy-nominated Universal TV score by Morton Stevens is WHEELS - I sure hope that this title could be considered for a future Intrada release.

If anyone loves Mort's TV work from the 70s out there, this one has some of his best....OUTSTANDING!

Also, I must give a nod to Bill Broughton (Bruce's Brother) for helping Mort out on episode Four with a few cues of his own music...:-)


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 02, 2014 9:54 am 
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i hope some of the equalzer music the tv stuff is in there yeah the album was good but lots of music was missing cues


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 02, 2014 11:19 am 
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There are many of us who love this stuff, and we each love a lot of stuff.

But for me it comes down to two words.

Columbo. Goldenberg.

(I'd love DeBenedictus too, wouldn't say no to Melle or Nelson or Patrick Williams, but this is what I'm rooting for!)

Maybe someday.


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Still hoping for those two mules for Sister Sara.

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orbital wrote:
Still hoping for those two mules for Sister Sara.


Out of the Malpaso co-produced titles - I hope Intrada will bring to CD - there are four great Universal scores:

Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (Barton) UA
Play Misty for Me (Barton) Universal
The Gauntlet (Fielding) WB
The Outlaw Josey Wales (Fielding) WB
The Eiger Sanction (Williams) Universal
The Beguiled (Schifrin) Universal
Two Mules for Sister Sara (Morricone) Universal

Btw Thunderbolt could be a doubleheader with another UA title, Semi-Tough. There's possibly 10-15 minutes of original Jerry Fielding material in the movie.

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Rooster Cogburn (Rosenthal)
Night Moves (Small) from the stems?
Junior Bonner (Fielding)
The Gauntlet (Fielding) complete and chronological!
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (Barton)
Madigan (Costa)
Columbo (Goldenberg/Mellé)


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