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#1 of 5 OFFLINE   Drew Salzan

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Posted April 01 2006 - 03:19 AM

I'm not sure if this is the appropriate place to post this question, but does anyone out there know if Rhino plans on releasing anymore soundtracks from the MGM archives (owned by Turner)? There's still a wealth of unreleased material of soundtrack prerecordings in the vaults. If George Feltenstein subscribes to HTF, maybe he might shed some light on this. Some examples are: High Society (some tracks are available on the Sinatra and Armstrong sets). Deep in my Heart Words and Music Meet Me in Las Vegas 'Till the Clouds Roll By Thanks

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Posted April 01 2006 - 03:27 AM

I believe the soundtrack to High Society is owned by EMI/Capital as that was Sinatra's record label in the 50's. It has been available as an import from England as a part of a 3 soundtrack set which included Can Can and Pal Joey. Therefore I would guess that Rhino would not have the rights unless they licensed it as they did some tracks for the Sinatra in Hollywood box set a few years ago. There is also Rhino handmade which has some MGM soundtracks not available in stores as limited editions . Some of the soundtracks available there are Three Little Words - Du Barry Was A Lady - Lovely To Look At - Broadway Melody Of 1940 - Gay Purr-ee - Born To Dance - Royal Wedding - Good News - Best Foot Forward - The Pirate - It's Always Fair Weather - The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre - Ivanhoe - Athena - Bad Day At Black Rock - Summer Stock / In The Good Old Summertime - The 4 Horsemen Of The Apocalypse -

#3 of 5 OFFLINE   Richard M S

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Posted April 01 2006 - 05:21 AM

Rhino is re-releasing the That's Entertainment box set with a whole disc full of material never before released, as well as upgraded sound on some of the other tracks. I believe it is due on April 25, after a really long wait since it was originally announced. Drew, I really want Deep in my Heart, Words and Music and especially Till the Clouds Roll By as well, so George Feltenstein if you are out there please release them!

#4 of 5 OFFLINE   Drew Salzan

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Posted April 01 2006 - 10:57 AM

I have the box set as well as all of the Rhino Handmade releases. I'm not sure if the new That's Entertainment box will be worth a double dip; the one released in the 90's was very comprehensive and included virtually all of the musical sequences uncut and from the original prerecordings (many in true stereo from the multiple stems and angles). It also included a bonus disc with previously unreleased material.

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Posted April 01 2006 - 08:27 PM

Quite a few of the original tracks from the previous TE set have been "sonically upgraded" from the original masters, and the following is the content of the 6th disc - I also have the original set, but will be getting this one too (sad, ain't I?)I know this isn't really on topic for this forum, but thought readers might be interested. Recordings mixed to stereo are indicated by * THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT! - Buried Treasures (outtakes from M-G-M musicals) All Tracks Never Before Released Disc 6 [78:35] 1. Swing Trot (Extended Version, Partially Unused) (3:00) > From The Barkleys Of Broadway (1949) Performed by the M-G-M Studio Chorus Recorded 10/27/48 2. The Lock Step (outtake) (2:26) > From The March of Time (1930) Performed by The Dodge Twins Recorded 1930 3. Poor Little G-String (outtake) (3:36) > From The March of Time (1930) Performed by Bing Crosby Recorded 1929 4. Fly Away To I-Oway (outtake) (1:09) > From Hollywood Party (1934) Performed by Jimmy Durante and Polly Moran Recorded 10/10/33 5. Buds Won't Bud (outtake) (3:17) > From Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (1940) Performed by Judy Garland Recorded 3/14/40 6. Let's Pretend It's True (outtake) (4:07) > From Vacation From Love (1938) Performed by June Knight and male chorus Recorded 8/25/38 7. It's Fun to Be in Love (outtake) (5:03)* > From Meet Me In Las Vegas (1956) Performed by George Chakiris, Dan Dailey & Betty Lynn Recorded 7/26 & 27/55 8. Weekend At The Waldorf (Demo) (2:22) > From Weekend at the Waldorf (1945) Performed by Kay Thompson Recorded 7/18/41 9. Follow Me (outtake) (2:33)* > From Torch Song (1953) Performed by Joan Crawford Recorded 6/10/53 10. You Won't Forget Me (outtake) (2:02) > From Duchess of Idaho (1950) Performed by Lena Horne Recorded 2/14/49 11. Too Beautiful To Last (outtake) (3:37)* > From Ziegfeld Girl (1941) Performed by Tony Martin Recorded 11/27/40 12. I Have a Dream (outtake) (5:03)* > From Jupiter's Darling (1956) Performed by JoAnn Greer (for Esther Williams) and George Sanders Recorded 5/5/54 13. And There You Are (outtake) (3:52) > From I Love Melvin (1953) Performed by Howard Keel Recorded 4/18/52 14. A Message From the Man in the Moon (outtake) (1:31) > From A Day at the Races (1937) Performed by Allan Jones Recorded 3/5/37 15. Baby Doll (outtake) (3:35)* > From Take Me Out To The Ballgame (1949) Performed by Gene Kelly Recorded 7/23/48 16. Some of These Days (unused complete version) (3:24) > From Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937) Performed by Sophie Tucker Recorded 2/2/37 17. A Woman Without A Man (outtake) (4:13) > From Cairo (1943) Performed by Ethel Waters Recorded 10/16/42 18. Make it Another Old Fashioned, Please (outtake) (2:50) > From Panama Hattie (1942) Performed by Ann Sothern Recorded 8/7/41 19. You Belong to My Heart (outtake) (2:24)* > From Sombrero (1953) Performed by Yvonne DeCarlo and Bill Lee (for Vittorio Gassman) Recorded 1/11/53 20. Something's Gotta Happen Soon (outtake) (1:32) > From Ice Follies of 1939 (1939) Performed by Joan Crawford Recorded 10/25/38 21. Deep In My Heart, Dear (Demo) (3:37) > From The Student Prince (1954) Performed by Jane Powell & Vic Damone Recording date unknown (circa 1953) 22. Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man (Demo) (1:57) > From Showboat (1951) Performed by Lee Wiley Recording Date Unknown 23. My Man (complete version) (3:42) > From The Great Ziegfeld (1936) Performed by Fanny Brice Recorded 1936 24. I've Told Ev'ry Little Star/The Song is You (outtake) (4:41) > From Till The Clouds Roll By (1946) Performed by Kathryn Grayson and Johnny Johnston Recorded 1/21/46 25. End Credits (2:44)* > From That's Entertainment! III (1994) Performed by the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra Recorded 8/10/93

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