FSM CD #248 is almost done and we expect it to be available in mid to late July, a 2CD set. There are only three FSM titles left before we shut the label down and this one will be of great interest, I am sure! (That's not a hint, it's a fact!)
In the meantime, here is a special offer effective today until we say otherwise:
Buy $50 worth of FSM CDs (pre-shipping charges) and get a free gift of one of following 3CD sets:
The Americanization of Emily/The Sandpiper/Drums of Africa—three gorgeous Johnny Mandel scores, so beautiful!
Kenner/More Than a Miracle—by the late, great Piero Piccioni.
Northwest Passage—3CD westerns collection with the oft-requested Herbert Stothart score to Northwest Passage plus rare M-G-M scores by Cyril Mockridge, Harry Sukman and David Shire.
The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T.—an exhaustive archive of music to the Dr. Seuss cult classic.
7/5/12: Dr. Kildare NO LONGER BEING OFFERED.
To use this special offer, order as usual and if your order qualifies, request your free gift in the “notes” field during the SAE check-out process. (Order $100 of FSM CDs and get two free gifts, $150 and pick three, etc.)
Please, no substitutions or special requests—these freebie offers have to be processed manually by SAE and I have to talk them into this kind of special offer because of the work it generates.
Trying to decide which FSM titles to buy? Here’s a list of the CDs with low stocks (quantities of fewer than 150 remaining):
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Moross) 137
The Appointment (Legrand/Barry/Phillips) 137
The Egyptian (Newman/Herrmann) 51 ($4.95 sale!)
Farewell My Lovely/Monkey Shines (Shire) 117 - with greatest theme ever written for Charlotte Rampling
Grand Prix (Jarre) 144
Green Mansions (Kaper/Villa-Lobos) 102
A Guide for the Married Man (Williams) 145 - insane Johnny Williams comedy score
Lord Jim/The Long Ships (Kaper/Radic) 148
Lust for Life (Rózsa) 129
Moonfleet (Rózsa) 78 - Rózsa does "Greensleeves," gorgeous!
Two Weeks in Another Town (Raksin) 13 (!!)
The Yakuza (Grusin) 29 (!) - when it's OOP soon, you'll have to cut off a finger to find it...