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 Posted:   Jul 6, 2013 - 3:48 AM   
 By:   Mink   (Member)

So that synth line and the anvil hits are on the Milan CD you say? Any other tracks that are different on the Milan CD as compared to the Intrada?

"Deleting The Evidence" on the Intrada CD has a different take than the Milan CD


How'S it different? Sure it's not just a different mix of the same recording?

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 6, 2013 - 6:48 AM   
 By:   SilentWitness   (Member)

How'S it different? Sure it's not just a different mix of the same recording?

Wow, keen ears!
I was thinking the same as Mink at first, but then I came to minute 4:22 where the Milan recording has sharper trumpet stabs than the Intrada track. And once again the Milan recording equals the film version. Maybe it's not an alternate take altogether, but rather a pick-up of that particular passage which was inserted into the existing recording later. That probably explains the difference in trombone performance at the end of "Ambush" (right where the anvil hits are missing), too.

 
 Posted:   Jul 6, 2013 - 8:41 AM   
 By:   MutualRevolver   (Member)


I was thinking the same as Mink at first, but then I came to minute 4:22 where the Milan recording has sharper trumpet stabs than the Intrada track. And once again the Milan recording equals the film version. Maybe it's not an alternate take altogether, but rather a pick-up of that particular passage which was inserted into the existing recording later.


I would say even earlier. At the 3:53 mark on the Milan track, the shakuhachi performance is the same as what one hears in the film; the Intrada track uses a different performance.

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 6, 2013 - 10:06 AM   
 By:   SilentWitness   (Member)

I would say even earlier. At the 3:53 mark on the Milan track, the shakuhachi performance is the same as what one hears in the film; the Intrada track uses a different performance.

You're right! I think it's a couple of pan flutes though, regardless of what the booklet says. Makes you wonder if there are even more subtle difference between the other recordings.

 
 Posted:   Jul 11, 2013 - 2:29 PM   
 By:   digitalfreaknyc   (Member)

Just got the set.

I have to say...
WTF is up with those AWFUL AWFUL DVD screenshots in the booklet?!? Is that what passes for high quality at this point?!?!
I'm sure there were hundreds of stills in Paramount's archives that they could have used but every page has a nasty screenshot, some small and some large.

I'm just floored.

 
 
 Posted:   Jul 24, 2014 - 4:59 AM   
 By:   fommes   (Member)

Just wanted to note that "Truth Needs a Soldier / End Title" also seems to contain a couple of alternate takes (or the Milan version contains film version pick-ups), just like "Ambush" and "Deleting the Evidence" (as pointed out by Mink and others).

"Second Hand Copter" is an entirely alternate take, it seems.

The 'album' version of "Looking for Clues" is not the Milan album version. The Milan album version's last part has the pan flute part of the 'film version', while the shorter ending of the Intrada 'album version'.

 
 Posted:   Jul 24, 2014 - 6:30 AM   
 By:   Shaun Rutherford   (Member)

Just wanted to note that "Truth Needs a Soldier / End Title" also seems to contain a couple of alternate takes (or the Milan version contains film version pick-ups), just like "Ambush" and "Deleting the Evidence" (as pointed out by Mink and others).

"Second Hand Copter" is an entirely alternate take, it seems.

The 'album' version of "Looking for Clues" is not the Milan album version. The Milan album version's last part has the pan flute part of the 'film version', while the shorter ending of the Intrada 'album version'.


It's a strange mess, that one. Bummer that with all of these alternate takes, they couldn't find a spot for that wild film insert in "The Ambush."

 
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