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Back to the Future Complete Original Motion Picture Soundtrack


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#1 of 8 Greg_S_H

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Posted November 24 2009 - 04:00 PM

I figure some of you might be interested in this.  I don't think there's a thread about it, and I understand it was just announced.

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Label: Intrada Special Collection Volume 116
Date: 1985
Tracks: 39
Time = 89:08

Wow! At last! Alan Silvestri's complete orchestral soundtrack for legendary Robert Zemeckis movie, released by Universal, produced by Steven Spielberg, starring Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd. Spectacular 2-CD set offers every cue Silvestri fashioned for landmark movie, presented from complete multi-track scoring session masters. CD 1 features now-iconic score used in movie. (Songs can be found on MCA label release.) But there's more! Many film fans know movie underwent changes in lead actor & serious tone of initial production. Find out now how Silvestri made changes as well! CD 2 presents early sessions featuring entire score Silvestri recorded before re-scoring with now-familiar one. Early version features darker, more serious tone in music than final version. Cool alternate scoring highlight: powerful trombone chords for initial version of Marty arriving in "Peabody Barn". Another powerful highlight: lengthy, intense action music for "George To The Rescue". Highlighting both discs, of course: early and final versions of complete "Clocktower" sequence, a genuine cinema-scoring milestone. Authoritative notes by Michael Matessino on background of production, scoring details, session dates plus great color stills complete package. Both early version and familiar "famous" version of score offer non-stop excitement! Alan Silvestri conducts. Note: While this is a limited release, we don't want anyone to miss out on this important album. For that reason, we are electing not to specify a quantity, but our Agreement allows us to exceed the usual 3000 limit. There should be more than enough to go around!

Complete Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

01. Logo 0:20
02. DeLorean Reveal 0:46 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
03. Einstein Disintegrated 1:22 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
04. ’85 Twin Pines Mall 4:43 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
05. Peabody Barn; Marty Ditches DeLorean 3:09
06. ’55 Town Square 1:18
07. Lorraine’s Bedroom 0:47
08. Retrieve DeLorean 1:15
09. 1.21 Jigowatts 1:37
10. The Picture 1:09
11. Picture Fades 0:17
12. Skateboard Chase 1:39
13. Marty’s Letter 1:20
14. George To The Rescue – Pt. 1 0:50
15. Marvin Be-Bop 2:25
16. George To The Rescue – Pt. 2 2:34 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
17. Tension; The Kiss 1:33
18. Goodnight Marty 1:31
19. It’s Been Educational; Clocktower 10:30 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
20. Helicopter 0:19
21. ’85 Lone Pine Mall 3:46 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
22. 4 x 4 0:40
23. Doc Returns 1:14
24. Back To The Future (End Credits) 3:16 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9

CD 1 Total Time 49:24

The Creation Of A Classic... Alternate Early Sessions

01. DeLorean Reveal 0:40
02. Einstein Disintegrated 1:25
03. Peabody Barn 2:17 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
04. Marty Ditches DeLorean 1:56
05. ’55 Town Square #1 (Trumpet Open) 1:35
06. ’55 Town Square #2 (Trumpet Mute) 1:35
07. Retrieve DeLorean 1:16
08. 1.21 Jigowatts 1:36
09. The Picture 1:08
10. Skateboard Chase 1:40
11. George To The Rescue 4:13 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
12. Tension; The Kiss 1:42
13. Clocktower 11:02 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
14. ’85 Lone Pine Mall 3:50
15. Doc Returns 1:19

Alternate Scoring Session Time = 37:41

Bonus Tracks
Unused Source Cue From The Scoring Sessions
16. Ling Ting Ring 2:01

CD 2 Total Time = 39:44

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#2 of 8 Chris S

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Posted November 24 2009 - 06:01 PM

Very interested!  Thanks for the heads-up!

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#3 of 8 Greg_S_H

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Posted November 24 2009 - 06:51 PM

I wish I had changed Intrada's headline from "soundtrack" to "score" so it would be instantly obvious that this is long-awaited good news.


#4 of 8 Brian Borst

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Posted November 25 2009 - 04:53 AM

Great, I was waiting a long time for this. I hope if this does well that the other two movies get their expanded score as well.

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#5 of 8 Dan Szwarc

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Posted December 02 2009 - 11:31 PM

This is great news (only 24 years late).  Is there any place to buy it from other than Intrada?  $30 is a little steep.

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#6 of 8 Jon_B

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Posted April 07 2010 - 10:20 AM

 This is awesome news!  $30 is a little steep Dan, I agree.  But, I kind of like this movie. 
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#7 of 8 Steve Tannehill

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Posted July 28 2013 - 02:19 PM

I just noticed this on Amazon when I was looking for the soundtrack with the Huey Lewis songs on it.  As a fan of the movie, I ordered both!



#8 of 8 Steve Tannehill

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Posted August 02 2013 - 01:36 PM

My copy showed up yesterday, and I am enjoying it immensely.






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