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 Posted:   Feb 9, 2015 - 10:51 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

Here's a tracklist I found of the "complete" score:
01. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (w-motif no gunfire)
02. Tuco moitf #1
03. The Sundown with motif
04. Stevens' Death
05. Baker's Death Angeleyes motif #1
06. Blondie motif #1
07. Blondie motif #2 (Known as the Rat)
08. Blondie motif #3 (Golden Haired Angel)
09. Escape
10. Blondies #4 (Tuco deserted)
11. Angeleyes and Maria
12. The Rope Bridge
13. In The Grotto (Unused)
14. Blondie motif #5 (empty noose)
15. The Rebel Fort
16. On The Trail Of Cigars
17. The Desert
18. The Carriage Of The Spirits
19. Tuco Fetches The Water
20. The Mission at San Antonio
21. Blondie motif #6 (I'll sleep better)
22. Padre Ramirez
23. Tuco moitf #2(God's not on our side)
24. March (Unused)
25. March
26. Battleville Camp
27. The Story Of A Soldier (Tuco Tortured)
28. The Story Of A Soldier (Album Version)
29. The Story Of A Soldier (Unused Waltz)
30. Train Station
31. The Military Train
32. Execution Of A Deserter
33. Tuco's Bath
34. Blondie Kills Clem
35. Two Against Five

Disc 2
36. Two Against Five (Alternate)
37. Captured
38. The Union Captain
39. The Captain wounded
40. Marcia Without Hope (Rigging The Bridge)
41. The Bridge Blows, The Captain Dies
42. The Death of a Soldier
43. Blondie motif #7 (Cannon)
44. The Ecstacy Of Gold
45. Blondie motif Angeleyes motif
46. The Trio (Movie Version)
47. Tuco's Last Rope
48. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (End Title)


I'm going to bet like some other films he id, he did a number of versions of various cues, and that in the end there's probably enough material to full 2CD's up, if not spill onto a third.

 
 
 Posted:   Feb 10, 2015 - 4:19 AM   
 By:   Tall Guy   (Member)

Here's a tracklist I found of the "complete" score:

...

40. Marcia Without Hope (Rigging The Bridge)

...

I'm going to bet like some other films he id, he did a number of versions of various cues, and that in the end there's probably enough material to full 2CD's up, if not spill onto a third.



A two disc set would be great - three discs even better. The power of the original title track was underlined to me at the recent London concert. No version since, by anyone, has properly recreated its brilliance in my opinion. And presumably the track above would be "March Without Hope" smile


Finally, to address Richard's question:

Stop listening to BillCarson. He persistently misrepresents and misunderstands my postings. He feels free to insult me and attack me personally, and the moderator allows him to do so. We've been through this before. Perhaps he has a low IQ. Or maybe he's just a belligerent drunk. Who knows.

I do. Neither applies.

 
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