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 Post subject: Re: THE INTRADA- UNIVERSAL RELATIONSHIP
PostPosted: Fri Jul 11, 2014 2:00 am 
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Jay wrote:
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.


Not to take anything away from those excellent LLL titles or the cool folks who've been doing them... but we worked with Universal, John Williams and Steven Spielberg way back on our first Amazing Stories album with both Williams and Spielberg in the loop of scrutinizing the final discs and giving approvals. So we do have SOME connections over there. :)
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 11, 2014 1:51 pm 
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add to the wishlist: Colossus The Forbin Project (1970) by Michel Colombier. Might be short, though.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 11, 2014 2:46 pm 
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Just in case anyone has forgotten about Frank Skinner, SHENANDOAH would be a GREAT Score to release in its entirety!


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 14, 2014 5:54 pm 
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Ron Pulliam wrote:
Just in case anyone has forgotten about Frank Skinner, SHENANDOAH would be a GREAT Score to release in its entirety!


Shenandoah is very high on my own personal shopping list and it will happen. There are so many fabulous cues that didn't make the Decca album. It's my own personal favorite Frank Skinner score after Back To God's Country, which sadly has NO album at all. If we can ever find more folks interested in Skinner's music than just you and I and six others... maybe that one can happen too, one day. :)
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 14, 2014 7:53 pm 
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Frank Skinner's music should at least sell better than that of Gil Mellé or Billy Goldenberg, I would think.

It's a shame that some of the best and most unique composers will continue having a rather desolate discography.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2014 1:03 pm 
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Douglass Fake wrote:
Jay wrote:
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.


Not to take anything away from those excellent LLL titles or the cool folks who've been doing them... but we worked with Universal, John Williams and Steven Spielberg way back on our first Amazing Stories album with both Williams and Spielberg in the loop of scrutinizing the final discs and giving approvals. So we do have SOME connections over there. :)
--Doug



Great point Doug, I had momentarily forgotten about Amazing Stories (this is a good excuse as any to take all 3 volumes off the shelf again and listen to them in the car this week!)

Here's to hoping that further Universal/Spielberg/Williams/Intrada collaborations are in the works!

Cheers!


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2014 6:23 pm 
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Doug, I would buy any Skinner score that Intrada could release. My favorite score of his is MAN OF A THOUSAND FACES. There are so many other scores of his that have never seen the light of day whether it be LP or CD. A very underappreciated composer to be sure. I hope Intrada will come up with some surprises coming from the very talented Mr. Skinner.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2014 4:34 pm 
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I'd order Shenandoah at the speed of light, & it's a very fine western too.


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It's very quiet on the Universal front at the moment. Last project was Silent Running in December?

The wheels must be turning slower than ever!

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 04, 2017 11:54 am 
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litefoot wrote:
It's very quiet on the Universal front at the moment. Last project was Silent Running in December?

The wheels must be turning slower than ever!

Well, La-La Land more recently put out their Waterworld and E.T. expansions, and Varese offered us Pete ‘n’ Tillie. Overall, older score albums from the studio have indeed been rare, which is unfortunate because they currently have the best stuff to release.

If there’s one studio that should strive to preserve its music history via the permanence that is digital, it is Universal.


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T. Newman Fan wrote:
litefoot wrote:
It's very quiet on the Universal front at the moment. Last project was Silent Running in December?

The wheels must be turning slower than ever!

Well, La-La Land more recently put out their Waterworld and E.T. expansions, and Varese offered us Pete ‘n’ Tillie. Overall, older score albums from the studio have indeed been rare, which is unfortunate because they currently have the best stuff to release.

If there’s one studio that should strive to preserve its music history via the permanence that is digital, it is Universal.


I half expected a load of long-delayed UMG titles from Intrada in 2017 but it hasn't happened. Still waiting patiently for Out Of Africa.

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