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 Post subject: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
PostPosted: Tue May 21, 2013 11:23 am 
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Well, we all probably know that Intrada is our only hope these magnificent and magical scores will get released...
What are the chances of that actually happening? Or is it complicated by the previous song albums?
Please, intrada... you are our only hope! :)




For those not familiar, here is little making of featuring interviews with McNeely and filmmakers:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exvE5C1 ... r_embedded

And a little suite I edited years ago using samples on Joel McNeely's website:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWc6xRKS2vA

Or an actual concert suite... unfortunately in quite poor sound quality... but still worth watching...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjnFj5vjoww

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 Post subject: Re: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2013 1:20 pm 
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YES! IT IS (they are?) COMING!

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 Post subject: Re: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
PostPosted: Wed Jul 24, 2013 2:27 pm 
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I am playing it now and all I can say is that on occasion beautiful music is still being written. Thank you Joel McNeely and everyone at Intrada. Hi Yo Tinker Bell !


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 Post subject: Re: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
PostPosted: Wed Jul 24, 2013 2:32 pm 
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It's a fantastic release, indeed. I'm so happy Intrada had this on their radar. Big thanks to Disney for their continued support and collaboration with the label. They're one of my favorite studios.

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 Post subject: Re: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2013 2:13 am 
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Lokutus wrote:
Well, we all probably know that Intrada is our only hope these magnificent and magical scores will get released...
What are the chances of that actually happening? Or is it complicated by the previous song albums?
Please, intrada... you are our only hope! :)




For those not familiar, here is little making of featuring interviews with McNeely and filmmakers:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exvE5C1 ... r_embedded

And a little suite I edited years ago using samples on Joel McNeely's website:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWc6xRKS2vA

Or an actual concert suite... unfortunately in quite poor sound quality... but still worth watching...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjnFj5vjoww


Yes, a terrific flow of releases is now on the table with Disney and us, but please keep in mind those vaults (which include Disney, Touchstone, Hollywood Pictures and so forth) are pretty deep and have literally thousands of rolls of tape to yield. Searches are underway, elements are being restored, legal terms and artist estate requirements are being scrutinized, dozens of projects are being developed as I write... but it will take time to even begin hitting everyone's personal favorites. And we plan on tackling more of our own favorites as well. We have no plans to end with our beloved Goldsmith's, Horner's, Barry's, Steiner's, Zimmer's, Bernstein's, Jarre's, McNeely's and whatnot. Our ongoing list of names ranges from Oliver Wallace to Ron Goodwin, from Paul J. Smith to Bruce Broughton, from George Bruns to Johnny Mandel, from... well, you get the idea. Hang in there.
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 Post subject: Re: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2013 3:41 am 
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Douglass Fake wrote:
Yes, a terrific flow of releases is now on the table with Disney and us, but please keep in mind those vaults (which include Disney, Touchstone, Hollywood Pictures and so forth) are pretty deep and have literally thousands of rolls of tape to yield. Searches are underway, elements are being restored, legal terms and artist estate requirements are being scrutinized, dozens of projects are being developed as I write... but it will take time to even begin hitting everyone's personal favorites. And we plan on tackling more of our own favorites as well. We have no plans to end with our beloved Goldsmith's, Horner's, Barry's, Steiner's, Zimmer's, Bernstein's, Jarre's, McNeely's and whatnot. Our ongoing list of names ranges from Oliver Wallace to Ron Goodwin, from Paul J. Smith to Bruce Broughton, from George Bruns to Johnny Mandel, from... well, you get the idea. Hang in there.
--Doug

Seeing mention of Ron Goodwin and Johnny Mandel in that list of names sure brings a smile to my face, and I'm sure the faces of many others.


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 Post subject: Re: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
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Oliver Wallace and George Bruns do the same thing to me ! :mrgreen:


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 Post subject: Re: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
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Debney's name is hopefully in that slate of projects. : )

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 Post subject: Re: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
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If track 22 doesn't get you to buy this I don't know what will :)

Can't wait to get this baby!


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 Post subject: Re: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
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Azella wrote:
Debney's name is hopefully in that slate of projects. : )


Yeah, we have him in mind as well. Just hang on... you'll be happy.
--Doug


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 Post subject: Re: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
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Doug, please don't forget William Allwyn's contribution to Disney films.


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 Post subject: Re: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:08 am 
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MONTE JACOBSON wrote:
Doug, please don't forget William Allwyn's contribution to Disney films.


Forget? Never. Alwyn is a magnificent composer (his symphonies are terrific) and Swiss Family Robinson is a knockout score! The fly in the ointment at the moment remains the fact that when the score goes back some five decades and was recorded overseas, as was this one (with a largely British scoring crew), the complete elements are more difficult to locate and restore, even though we have those superbly-maintained Disney vaults and audio engineers to guide us. Most likely, If Randy Thornton and his team can find everything, our team can restore it all and make it available for you to enjoy. Just keep those fingers and toes crossed.
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 Post subject: Re: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
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Here's hoping Delerue's only score from Disney (that unfortunately wasn't used in the original film) also gets a proper release.


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 Post subject: Re: Joel McNeely's Tinkerbell scores
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Douglass Fake wrote:
Our ongoing list of names ranges from Oliver Wallace to Ron Goodwin, from Paul J. Smith to Bruce Broughton, from George Bruns to Johnny Mandel, from... well, you get the idea. Hang in there.
--Doug

Oh my gosh, yes.

Is there any wild chance you'd explore early music from the likes of Wallace and Smith, such as the classic animated shorts?


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