there are a lot of great themes and rarities on these two sets. A great way to get alot of the FSM stuff on one disc w/o having to buy the whole scores for LOGAN'S RUN. GREAT TRAIN RONBBERY, THE PRIZE, FOUR HORSEMAN,etc.
and it has a Vaughan Williams score for an MGM film from the 40's !!!!!!!
Oddly enough I don't get out much to have a rummage around.
However the two Varsese 25 and 30th Anniversary sets were on Amazon and as they were missed at the time, i.e expense. So it was 20 quid for one and 23 for the other,and having listened to the first and thoroughly enjoyed it,i am very looking forward to listening to the second set.
£4 for Along came a Spider was a nice surprise though. And 17.49 for the expanded Extreme Prejudice,which i thought i'd never get my hands on, was also a revelation and very enjoyable.
Just shows what you can find online with just a bit of digging.
• Indecent Proposal (John Barry) $7 • All I Want For Christmas (Bruce Broughton) $3 • Cape Fear (Elmer Bernstein's adaptation of Bernard Hermann's score) $9 • Nightmare Before Christmas (Danny Elfman) $5
and for those who like musicals:
• The Student Prince / The Desert Song (Mario Lanza double) $7 • Love Never Dies (2CD of ALW's Phantom sequel) $15 • Broadway First Take (Hello Dolly, Gigi, How To Succeed) $12 • Assassins (Stephen Sondheim) $7 • 42nd Street (Harry Warren) $7
The store had plenty more. Is John Morris' SCARLETT valuable? I saw it for $12. I might go back and get SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION ($7) and RAMBO II ($12 for original Varese release).
I found 2010 (David Shire, 1984) "Printed In Japan" for $23.00 at FYE. I'm pretty sure this will be re-issued (most likely by Intrada), but I went ahead and got it anyway. It is a great score, and the Andy Summers "disco 2001 theme" song is pretty cool too.