I remember vividly how I felt when the first GNP LP came out with the pilot scores: thrilled to death as I first played it....then crushingly disappointed that the Fight Music from Where No Man Has Gone Before was omitted.
Just to let you guys know we are getting your requests and the server is sending them out as quickly as they can. The response has been overwhelming. We are very excited about this massive endeavor. If you do not receive an email confirmation just email us at:
The cost will be $200.00 to $225.00...the final price to be determined in the coming months.
We are aiming for a late November release date
This will be a limited edition, but we do not know yet how many we will be pressing up. You guys will determine that in the coming months, but judging from the initial response I am guessing at least 3000 to 5000 units.
1. Why is a klingon going through some trekkie's collection in the dark? You can tell it's a klingon as evidenced by the constantly shaking Tribble. Tribbles don't shake like that unless they're around a Klingon!
2. How come of all the people who are interviewed, Neil is the only one who doesn't look anywhere towards the camera? Could it be that I made such an impression on him at Comic Con that he no longer has the courage to look at me face to face? :O
3. The package artwork is very inaccurate. In TOS, the stars had color!
Signed up, too. Can hardly wait for November. If CBS participated in this, I wonder if they'd also participate in a CD or multi-CD collection of Wild Wild West? That's another of my holy grails ... I loved the Enterprise model in the video. How the heck did you get the nacelles to have the glowing, rotating lights??
Is Uhura singing in the "Changeling" going to be on this set?
Let me venture a guess and say probably not. The song she is singing there is "Beyond Antares," sort of Nichelle Nichols' jazzy variation on the tune, really, and from watching the scene you can tell that it was recorded on set. It is unlikely her performance of the song in that episode was recorded in its entirety, and in fact it does also get a little chopped up in the editing of the scene.
Her original performance of "Beyond Antares" (accompanied by Vulcan Lute) in the "Conscience of the King" episode, however, sounds like it was studio-recorded, and she appears to be lip-synching to the pre-recording for her onscreen performance.
In other words, we WILL very likely get to hear the song Uhura sang in "The Changeling," just not the "Changeling" performance of it.
. . . This is all just my best guess, of course. Can't wait to see the track list for this monster!