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 Post subject: Bruce Broughton/Disney Question
PostPosted: Sat Jun 06, 2015 5:58 pm 
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Hi everyone!

First time post here and I wanted to ask about something that I have been wanting for a long long time now.

So about a year ago I heard that since Disney and Intrada had partnered up, the likelihood of Bruce Broughton's theme park music being released was very high. I think there's a lot of great material in there that hasn't seen the light of day.

So my question is; is this project ever going to happen? I would love if there was a box set or something with everything in it. With all these Legacy albums being released it would be a shame not to see more theme park music becoming public.

Anyways any answer would be greatly appreciated, as I love Broughton's scores for these (especially From Time To Time and Ellen).

All the best :D


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 Post subject: Re: Bruce Broughton/Disney Question
PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2015 2:48 am 
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I remember Roger saying they definitely considered publishing Disneyland music. Who wouldn't ? But the question is : will Disney allow it ? It seems that pretty much of the greatest park music (Timekeeper, Cinemagique (Bruce Broughton), Space Mountain (Steve Bramson), The Phantom Manor (John Debney)) are owned by Disneyland Paris which makes it harder to get the rights.


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 Post subject: Re: Bruce Broughton/Disney Question
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I hope that this is a compilation that one day will be actually made, since this in the fact the ONLY album on my holy grail list... With David Newmans Coneheads Intrada recently did a quite interesting release pairing several short scores on one album. But in case of theme park music i´m used to wait.... took 19 years to see John Debney´s soundtrack for the french version of the Haunted Mansion from Disney Paris(!) released properly! So i hope there is something still in the works concerning Bruce Broughton´s work.


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 Post subject: Re: Bruce Broughton/Disney Question
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I hope I live long enough... seriously.


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 Post subject: Re: Bruce Broughton/Disney Question
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This is what worries me about this release. Apparently to get this released the rights need to be cleared with Imagineering, who knows how long that could take...


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 Post subject: Re: Bruce Broughton/Disney Question
PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2015 7:27 pm 
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So many of the attractions are now defunct. Why would anyone want to stand in the way of this release?


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 Post subject: Re: Bruce Broughton/Disney Question
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I'm not sure really, with all the latest Legacy and collaboration cd's it would seem like this is the perfect time to do this. Especially since Broughton is an Intrada local.


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 Post subject: Re: Bruce Broughton/Disney Question
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I can't help but think what an excellent 30th anniversary release this would be for Intrada... but I'm afraid it will be a 50th anniversary release.


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 Post subject: Re: Bruce Broughton/Disney Question
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cornnibblitz wrote:
I can't help but think what an excellent 30th anniversary release this would be for Intrada... but I'm afraid it will be a 50th anniversary release.

Hush, cornnibblitz!! Don't give them any ideas!! ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Bruce Broughton/Disney Question
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Two years later, still nothing. I guess we should assume this one is DOA.


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 Post subject: Re: Bruce Broughton/Disney Question
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cornnibblitz wrote:
Two years later, still nothing. I guess we should assume this one is DOA.


A lesson is in order here. At one time, virtually all Disney scores were unavailable except those few that they felt were of sufficient commercial interest. Fast forward to today: Intrada has released literally dozens of scores to Disney movies big and small. Goldsmith, Horner, Mancini, Delerue, Goodwin, Steiner, Giacchino, Poledouris, Zimmer... the list grows monthly. Oh, the lesson? Never assume anything. --Doug


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 Post subject: Re: Bruce Broughton/Disney Question
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Douglass Fake wrote:
cornnibblitz wrote:
Two years later, still nothing. I guess we should assume this one is DOA.


A lesson is in order here. At one time, virtually all Disney scores were unavailable except those few that they felt were of sufficient commercial interest. Fast forward to today: Intrada has released literally dozens of scores to Disney movies big and small. Goldsmith, Horner, Mancini, Delerue, Goodwin, Steiner, Giacchino, Poledouris, Zimmer... the list grows monthly. Oh, the lesson? Never assume anything. --Doug


Very true!

I do wonder why this particular release has taken so long though...
Is Disney waiting to sign off on it or something?


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 Post subject: Re: Bruce Broughton/Disney Question
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Looks like Ellen's Energy Adventure has closed for good, really excited for Intrada to release this!!! :D


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