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#1 of 12 Neil Middlemiss

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Posted November 29 2011 - 05:20 AM

WOLFEN
Music Composed and Conducted by JAMES HORNER
INTRADA Special Collection Vol. 185

The 1981 Orion Pictures' film Wolfen had a harrowing journey to the screen. Amidst the behind the scenes turmoil was a call to replace the original score, and James Horner was hired to write a completely new score with only 12 days to provide 39 minutes of music. Horner took a warmer approach than its predecessor, balancing melodic material with fast-driving, percussive action-horror music. The score is compelling in mood and color, alluding to both the archaic natural world and supernatural forces with great subtlety and sophistication. Rarely does a young composer come along with a distinctive musical voice and the ability to craft it so utterly in support of a film, ultimately paving the way for Horner's hiring on the following years' Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, elevating him to A-list status.

Horner (who orchestrated the score himself) called for a 67-piece orchestra consisting of 20 violins, 10 violas, 8 celli, 6 basses, 6 woodwinds, 2 trumpets, 4 French horns, 3 trombones, 1 tuba, 1 harp, 3 keyboards and 3 percussion. The percussionists played a variety of unusual instruments—tom toms, tam tam, trans celesta, plastic pipe, waterphone, rub rods, Indian rattles, bull roar, wind machine and song bells—in addition to conventional chimes, vibraphone, xylophone, bass drum and timpani. The keyboards were enhanced by the distinctive bass of Craig Huxley’s blaster beam, heard in a variety of sci-fi scores of the period. Horner also applied echoplex tape loops to acoustic instruments for haunting and eerie effects.

This premiere release from Intrada presents the complete score from the original multi-track master elements stored at Warner Bros. This dynamic, crisp recording gives the score striking new life and this release fills a noticeable gap in James Horner's discography.

Wolfen tells the story of NYPD detective Dewey Wilson and Dr. Rebecca Neff, a young psychologist who specializes in studying terrorists, who are investigating a brutal murder in Battery Park. With the help of a medical examiner and a zoologist, Wilson and Neff discover that the killers are actually wolfen: super-intelligent wolves who survive by preying on society’s forgotten ones—the poor and homeless. Wolfen features Albert Finney, Diane Venora, Edward James Olmo's and Gregory Hines.

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#2 of 12 Neil Middlemiss

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Posted November 29 2011 - 05:20 AM

THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY
Composed and Conducted by JERRY GOLDSMITH
INTRADA MAF 7115


For the 1979 United Artists' film The Great Train Robbery, composer Jerry Goldsmith was offered a chance to score abundant action in a jolly, mischievous mode. In fact, Goldsmith’s score is instrumental in maintaining a playful, upbeat mood and providing an ornamental sophistication in keeping with the elegant expectations of the Victorian setting. His multiple instrumental lines aren’t just complex in and of themselves: Goldsmith also wrote graceful little introductions and concluding flourishes for each line, an approach which adds enormously to the score’s sense of character and its idiosyncratic feel. The Great Train Robbery was Goldsmith’s third collaboration with director Michael Crichton, after his rock-vibe score for Crichton’s telefilm Pursuit and his clanging, Bartok-flavored score for Coma.

At the time of the film's release, United Artists Records released a program that barely reached 28 minutes, and featured some absurdly long pauses between tracks. This same program (minus those pauses) was released on CD and paired with Goldsmith's earlier Wild Rovers. A subsequent, partially expanded release from Varese Sarabande premiered some striking omissions from the original LP program, including "Over the Wall," but also featured a different mix and omitted "Dead Willy," an aggressive action cue missing at the time. For this release, Intrada worked from the complete elements, restoring every note recorded for the score, including "Dead Willy," alternates, and source cues recorded by the composer and featuring a crisp, front-and-center sound. This is contained on the first disc. Disc two contains the original LP program as an added bonus from the original UA LP masters featuring Goldsmith's assembly.

In 1979, Crichton delivered something altogether different with The Great Train Robbery: an elegant and droll Victorian adventure with Sean Connery as an indomitable criminal genius, Donald Sutherland as a top-hatted British “screwsman” (a thief specializing in stealing and copying skeleton keys) and Lesley-Anne Down as a female criminal with a penchant for disguise—a trio embarked on history’s first-ever great train robbery.


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#3 of 12 Neil Middlemiss

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Posted November 29 2011 - 05:21 AM

I should note that I am pulling these press releases from the FilmScoreMonthly message boards as soon as I find them announced there.


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#4 of 12 Neil Middlemiss

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Posted February 28 2012 - 08:24 AM

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A TROLL IN CENTRAL PARK
Music Composed and Conducted by ROBERT FOLK
INTRADA Special Collection Vol. 195

For the 1994 animated feature A Troll in Central Park, Don Bluth and Gary Goldman sought a colorful, imaginative score and engaged composer Robert Folk, who in turn delivered a rollercoaster ride for large orchestra and both chorus and boys' choir. Folk's primary emphasis is on action and dazzling pace, while bringing a considerable degree of cohesion to his score. Folk was asked to call upon his classical chops for the score. “I think animation is the perfect musical landscape for classical training,” he says. “Animated films tend to get big orchestral scores,with choir. The personality and character of the themes get to reflect the children’s world a little more, so you get to be ethereal and dreamlike, and speak to the elements of magic. In most live action films you have to subordinate what you’re doing.”

Working from complete digital two-track stereo scoring session mixes, including all of the choral overdubs, Intrada presents this powerhouse score in it's entirety, including one song.

A Troll in Central Park is the tale of a friendly troll named Stanley. Endowed with a green thumb able to produce
flowers from stone, Stanley (voiced by Dom DeLuise) dreams of a world made of good deeds and Edenic vegetation. Because of his good nature and illegal gardening, he is banished from the Kingdom of the Trolls to the famous New York City park. There, he meets young Gus and his little sister Rosie. Stanley attempts to teach a wayward Gus the power of dreaming, but only after the evil troll queen Gnorga kidnaps Rosie, turns Gus into a troll and is finally vanquished does Gus learn the superior magic of all things good and green.

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#5 of 12 Neil Middlemiss

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Posted February 28 2012 - 08:24 AM

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BORDERLINE
Music Composed and Conducted by GIL MELLE
INTRADA Special Collection Vol. 194

Composer Gil Mellé wrote highly experimental music for his film projects, melding orchestral writing with jazz, blending electronics with percussion, and utilizing both pleasant and dissonant harmonies. Yet, even with his history of experimentation, Mellé found the 1980 feature Borderline to be an unusual challenge. He composed over an hour of music but considerably less than that was used in the finished picture. And in an unusual turn of events much of his score was actually recorded twice. His initial approach was brazen, with an array of unusual ideas that were symphonic as well as jazz-based. It is rich with intense harmonies, full of percussion activity, and brimming with significant electronic keyboard effects and featuring a plethora of brass. As it turned out, the producers weren’t fully satisfied with this austere approach and Mellé went back to rescore several sequences, bringing in new and more accessible thematic ideas as well as incorporating a slightly more traditional harmonic language performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. The final film draws from sizeable portions of both scoring approaches, although many cues are heavily truncated in the film and several appear in places different from where they were intended to go.

Intrada's premiere release of Borderline features all the music from the stereo 1/4" masters stored by Denise Mellé.

Borderline is the first of the “Mexploitation” films of the early ’80s featuring predatory smugglers who traffic in illegal immigrants. Charles Bronson plays Border Patrol agent Jeb Maynard, in charge of a group understaffed, underpaid and overworked patrolmen on the southern California border. Ed Harris plays a Marine Vietnam veteran who makes money transporting poor undocumented immigrants across the border to work as cheap labor. When Maynard’s senior deputy, Agent Scooter Jackson (Wilford Brimley), stops a tomato truck for a routine inspection, he discovers it is filled with human cargo. Hotchkiss greets the deputy with a shotgun blast, killing him instantly—along with an innocent teenage boy who is standing nearby. After Border Patrol agents discover the bodies, they call in the F.B.I. Assuming the murders resulted from a drug transaction gone wrong, the federal agents begin to work the case only to find evidence that makes Maynard think otherwise.

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#6 of 12 Neil Middlemiss

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Posted February 28 2012 - 08:25 AM

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STAR TREK VI: THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY
Music Composed and Conducted by CLIFF EIDELMAN
INTRADA Special Collection MAF 7117

From its opening bars, Cliff Eidelman’s music for Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country exhibits marked differences from previous Star Trek scores, known for their emphasis on the romantic voyage of the Enterprise and the heroism of its crew. The focus in this score is on darker music used more sparingly for the films’ antagonists. The Klingon music not only pervades the score—in a sense, it is the score—but characterizes the alien race quite differently than in previous films. In the opening cue—deliberately titled "Overture" as opposed to " Main Title" -- the composer intended the rising-and-falling figure for cellos and double basses that opens the film—inspired by The Firebird—as the theme for another “bird,” the Klingon bird-of-prey. “That was there to help us feel the effects of something we can’t see, and in this film it really had to do with the Klingon ship that was cloaked,” Eidelman recalls. “It had to do with the fact that it’s mysterious, it’s dangerous and we can’t see it, and that theme kind of represented that." Later, Eidelman employs a sepulchral men’s chorus, a color absent from any previous Star Trek music. Ultimately, Eidelman establishes a mood in which chaos and havoc appear poised to triumph while heroism and valor struggle to be heard over the forces of darkness.

For this 2-CD set, disc one presents the complete score plus alternates and two versions of the original trailer. Disc two features Eidelman’s album program of Star Trek VI, cloned from a digital source. Eidelman recorded his score with an 86-piece orchestra at the 20th Century Fox Scoring Stage. For this (belated) 20th anniversary CD, Cliff Eidelman's Star Trek VI score has been newly transferred from a 7-roll set of 32-track digital Mitsubishi tapes containing the live two-track master mixes of the orchestra. The trailer was recorded at Sony Pictures Studios scoring stage on a 2" analog 24-track master.

The cast of Gene Roddenberry's original Star Trek television series— William Shatner (as Captain Kirk), Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock), DeForest Kelley (Dr. McCoy), James Doohan (Scotty), Nichelle Nichols (Uhura), George Takei (Sulu) and Walter Koenig (Chekov)—made their final screen appearance together in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991). The story opens with a Chernobyl-like catastrophe devastating the Klingon Empire, motivating them to negotiate peace with the United Federation of Planets. Starfleet orders Kirk and his crew to rendezvous with Gorkon, the Klingon chancellor, to start the tense negotiations. Soon it becomes apparent some will do anything to prevent the establishment of a treaty.

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Posted March 21 2012 - 08:48 AM


 

WHITE FANG (2CD)

Label: Intrada Special Collection Volume 189
Date: 1991
Tracks: 42
Time = 119:23

Wow! Treat for Basil Poledouris AND Hans Zimmer fans! World premiere 2-CD release of both composer's powerful soundtracks for Randal Kleiser filming of Jack London's outdoor boy & wolf tale WHITE FANG, presented by Walt Disney Pictures, starring Ethan Hawke, Klaus Maria Brandauer, James Remar. CD1 offers rich, evocative score by Poledouris, given primary credit in finished film. Stately main theme in major key anchors, while numerous motifs, smaller ideas create multi-layered musical tapestry of turn-of-the-19th-century gold prospecting in Alaska. In contrast are sequences both frightening, tender. Several cues never before heard add depth to impressive score. But there's much more! CD2 offers second score by Hans Zimmer, much of it also featured in film, with completely different thematic material spotlighting composer's then new meld of symphony with synthesizer. Early-ish Zimmer score offers perhaps his largest-scale scoring to that date. Powerful themes, aggressive action, rhythmic adventure, tingling suspense, gentle warmth... it's all here! And there's still more: also find exciting "Bear Attack" co-written by Shirley Walker & Zimmer as well as additional cues by Fiachra Trench. Finally, numerous saloon source cues composed by Poledouris round out lengthy 2-CD package. Newly-mixed and presented in dynamic stereo from both 24-track analog masters (format of choice for Poledouris), 32-track digital masters (format of choice for Zimmer), all vaulted in mint condition at Disney. Beautiful booklet design by Joe Sikoryak includes complete cue assembly & composer details for both scores plus informative notes from Jeff Bond. Two exciting scores from the same movie, available at last! Basil Poledouris conducts his score, recorded in Burbank, Shirley Walker conducts Hans Zimmer's score, recorded at Air-Edel Studios in London. Intrada Special Collection 2-CD release available while quantities and interest remain!

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Original Soundtrack By Basil Poledouris - (Total Time 61:57)
The Album
01. Main Title & Opening Credits 3:32 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
02. Golden Staircase 2:03
03. The Place 2:34
04. Death Of Kiche 2:08 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
05. Death Of Kiche [Revised] 1:14
06. Wolf Dance 6:48 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
07. Wolf Dance [Revised] 1:55 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
08. Slow Motion Wolves 1:15
09. Puppy Things 2:31 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
10. Fang On Sled 0:32
11. The River 1:42
12. The Bear Attack 3:14 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
13. The Cabin 2:14
14. The Cabin [Revised] 0:24
15. Mining Montage 0:47
16. Pit Fight 1:36
17. Jack Bit 2:51
18. Bonding 2:11
19. Just Friends 1:07
20. Gold Test 1:15
21. Fang's Revenge 1:10 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
22. Jack And White Fang 1:04
23. Jack Forces Fang Away 1:57
24. The Return 3:06 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
25. End Credits 3:51
       Total Album Time 54:12

The Extras
26. Saloon Source 1:24
27. Saloon Source [Alternate] 1:19
28. Saloon Source #2 1:37
29. Saloon Source #2 [Alternate] 1:32
30. Sweet Betsy From Pike (Traditional, Arr. Basil Poledouris) 1:36
       Total Extras Time 7:36

Original Soundtrack By Hans Zimmer - (Total Time 57:16)
01. Opening Credits - Main Title 4:18 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
02. The Staircase 2:26 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
03. The Trek Continues (Fiachra Trench) 1:51 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
04. Black Wolf 8:31 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
05. Full Moon Wolf Attack 1:20
06. Kiche's Demise 9:40
07. Seasons Pass 4:23
08. The Bear Attack (Shirley Walker/Hans Zimmer) 2:38 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
09. The Mine (Hans Zimmer/Fiachra Trench) 7:34
10. Fang With Jack 3:20
11. Vengeance Fulfilled 2:51 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9
12. Home Again 8:16 http://store.intrada...fcd13caee6889f9


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Posted April 11 2012 - 02:08 PM

The Avengers - Alan Silvestri


Label: Hollywood / Intrada D001759402
Date: 2012
Tracks: 19
Time = 76:17

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For the 2012 Marvel Studios release The Avengers, composer Alan Silvestri returns to duty following his Captain America (2011) score. Building on his style established for the earlier film, Silvestri broadens beyond just one super hero to an entire team. This large-scale special-effects extravaganza called for music that is equally large and dynamic, armed with themes, action and thrills. It features 80 musicians and in the words of Joss Whedon, "Alan has provided a score that is so specific, so narrative-based, but still has the undeniable power and fluidity of those more diffuse accompaniments. You can hear the themes, the moments...and just bathe in the greatness." While Silvestri's theme for Captain America returns, he also introduces a host of others, including one of the score's highlights -- the theme for Black Widow -- introduced as a lonely, plucked, theme with an eastern European flavor to define this character. For this release, Alan Silvestri and David Bifano produced an album featuring 75 minutes of score on this exclusive CD release from Hollywood Records and Intrada.

01. Arrival 2:59
02. Doors Open from Both Sides 3:29
03. Tunnel Chase 4:47
04. Interrogation 2:38
05. Stark Goes Green 4:46
06. Helicarrier 2:09
07. Subjugation 3:40
08. Don’t Ta ke My Stuff 5:06
09. Red Ledger 5:10
10. Assault 4:25
11. They Called It 2:41
12. Performance Issues 4:56
13. Seeing, Not Believing 4:25
14. Assemble 5:21
15. I Got a ride 4:00
16. A Little Help 3:49
17. One Way Trip 5:50
18. A Promise 3:34
19. The Avengers 2:03



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Once Upon A Time - Mark Isham


Label: Intrada MAF 7120
Date: 2011
Tracks: 25
Time = 62:54

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Intrada is proud to announce the release of Mark Isham's score to the hit ABC TV series Once Upon a Time that premiered last fall. Isham needed to come up with a score that spanned the entire spectrum of emotions -- not only breathing life into quieter moments, but also being romantic, sweeping, and epic. The result was a score for the series that is both beautiful and heartfelt and has become integral to the fabric of the show. For this release representing music from various episodes, Mark Isham has compiled over an hour of music carefully produced to provide listeners with a musical journey that captures the essence of the show. This release also features five different collectible covers, but the contents of all discs remain the same. The show focuses on Emma Swan, whose life has been anything but a fairytale. A 28-year-old bail bondsperson, she’s been taking care of herself since she was abandoned as a baby. But when Henry —the son she gave up 10 years ago—finds her, everything changes. Henry is desperate for his mom’s help and thinks that Emma is actually the long, lost daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming. Even stranger, Henry believes that Storybrooke, the sleepy New England town he calls home, is really part of a curse cast by the Evil Queen, freezing fairytale characters in the modern world with no memory of their former selves. Of course the seen-it-all Emma doesn’t believe a word, but when she gets to Storybrooke, she can’t help sensing that everything’s not quite what it seems...


01. Once Upon A Time Orchestral Suite 4:13
02. Henry’s Proposal 1:17
03. The Queen’s Curse 2:46
04. Jiminy Cricket 3:11
05. Dealing With Rumplestiltskin 3:26
06. Belle’s Story 2:37
07. Dwarves 2:45
08. The Huntsman 4:31
09. Things Are Changing In Storybrooke 1:47
10. Cinderella 1:44
11. Wedding Dance 1:21
12. Advising Ashley 2:26
13. If The Shoe Fits 1:35
14. Unhappy Endings 3:46
15. Emma And Henry 1:43
16. The Siren 5:07
17. The Man With The Wooden Box 1:11
18. Hope Will Return 1:48
19. Rumplestiltskin In Love 2:19
20. The Genie’s Wishes 1:58
21. The Road To True Love 2:50
22. The Family Compass 2:00
23. Burn The Witch 2:34
24. What The Queen Loves Most 2:30
25. The Clock Moves 1:12



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Posted April 12 2012 - 08:56 AM

Neil, not long read about the Once Upon a Time: Season 1 soundtrack release on Screen Archives. Thanks for posting about the release. Posted Image



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Posted April 12 2012 - 10:07 AM

No problem. Intrada is rocking it right now. Major kudos to them!

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Posted April 17 2012 - 01:24 AM

WHISPERS IN THE DARK

Label: Intrada Special Collection Volume 199
Date: 1992
Tracks: 23
Time = 50:02

World premiere release of Thomas Newman score for Christopher crowe thriller from Paramount Pictures, starring Annabella Sciorra, Alan Alda, Jill Clayburgh. Newman creates absolutely fascinating meld of haunting color with tortured complexity for tale of murder, deception. Gently rhythmic, melodically attractive themes anchor while arguably Newman's most intense, complex writing of his career play in dramatic contrast. Newman originally edited half hour of highlights for planned but never-released album. Intrada presents complete score from original digital session masters. Interestingly, finished film makes numerous changes to score as originally conceived. Happily, Intrada had access to all Paramount paperwork courtesy research of Lukas Kendall, including actual composer/director "spotting notes" identifying placement of cues, possible style ideas, other post-production musical suggestions. Finished film frequently places cues in sequences not originally planned, truncates others, even superimposes some on top of each other. While retaining overall chronology of score as originally conceived, we have retained several of Newman's creative assemblies for aborted 1992 album, bringing nice degree of musical shape to incredibly varied score. For example, Newman planned "Main Title" to be sensitive, detailed idea that grows in rhythmic density as cue progresses but film instead uses haunting "Making Love" music intended for later scene. We include both, opening with Newman's preference, then following with love music. Highlights are many but nearly ten-minute "Revelation" cue certainly stands out. Following 45-minute musically satisfying presentation, we offer four minutes of additional very brief cues for completists! Thomas Newman conducts. Intrada Special Collection release available while quantities and interest remain!


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Posted August 08 2012 - 07:30 PM

Original Soundtrack By Basil Poledouris - (Total Time 61:57) The Album 01. Main Title & Opening Credits 3:32 Hear This Track 02. Golden Staircase 2:03 03. The Place 2:34 04. Death Of Kiche 2:08 Hear This Track 05. Death Of Kiche [Revised] 1:14 06. Wolf Dance 6:48 Hear This Track 07. Wolf Dance [Revised] 1:55 Hear This Track 08. Slow Motion Wolves 1:15 09. Puppy Things 2:31 Hear This Track 10. Fang On Sled 0:32 11. The River 1:42 12. The Bear Attack 3:14 Hear This Track 13. The Cabin 2:14 14. The Cabin [Revised] 0:24 15. Mining Montage 0:47 16. Pit Fight 1:36 17. Jack Bit 2:51 18. Bonding 2:11 19. Just Friends 1:07 20. Gold Test 1:15 21. Fang's Coolcamerastraps 1:10 Hear This Track 22. Jack And White Fang 1:04 23. Jack Forces Fang Away 1:57 24. The Return 3:06 Hear This Track 25. End Credits 3:51 Total Album Time 54:12

wow, some songs that i like to listen.