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 Posted:   May 17, 2024 - 12:36 PM   
 By:   First Breath   (Member)

Yes, I mean the SoundCloud upload. Almost an hour of music IIRC.

Ah, OK. For my own part, I meant a proper CD release, not a continous 42-minute track available only for streaming (although it's better than nothing). Same goes for THE WORLD WE LIVE IN. That's also a continuous 29-minute file. Would be great to have these properly mastered and released on physical album of some kind. Plus any other unreleased film score. DIE KLOSTERSCHÜLERIN, for example. Or score-only releases of things that only have a few score tracks. Or CD reissues of rare items like ANOTHER WAY. Lots of work to be done in the Moroder film catalogue, and this is the right time to release it -- with the vinyl craze and 80s love. Just not the right time for my wallet. smile

Of course, more CDs of Moroder's instrumental works had been great.

I am also curious about his (and Raney Shockne's) 2016 score for Walter Hill's THE ASSIGNMENT.

 Posted:   May 17, 2024 - 12:40 PM   
 By:   Advise & Consent   (Member)

I'll echo you on those same two. For Columbo I'd ideally love an 8-10 CD box set covering everything from the first decade of Columbo. For the late 80s restart that lasted through 2003, I'd support a 4CD set of highlights.


COLUMBO original decade is some of the best TV ever written and produced, with excellent scores to boot, count me in. How fitting that Steven Spielberg and Billy Goldenberg kicked off the series.
The late 80s revival also had its moments, so basically, I second your motion.

Third. Mr. Goldenberg is an unsung talent. Incredible scores he wrote.

 Posted:   May 17, 2024 - 12:43 PM   
 By:   Advise & Consent   (Member)

Man, my list of unreleased film scores, TV movie scores, mini series scores, and TV series scores, could easily come to 40. Considering how much fantastic music is out there unreleased, I don't know how it could surprise anybody a user could say 30 to 40.

Just to be clear, the 30-40 I mentioned are not unreleased scores. They are existing CDs out there that I simply can't afford at the moment. 32, to be exact:

John Williams - Goodbye Mr. Chips (3CD)
John Williams - Stanley & Iris/Pete'n'Tillie
John Williams - Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (2CD)
John Williams - Live in Vienna (Blu-ray)
John Williams - Live in Berlin (Blu-ray)
John Williams - Live in Tokyo (Blu-ray)
John Williams - Across the Stars
John Williams - Violin Concerto No. 2
John Williams - The Fabelmans

Danny Elfman - Avengers: Age of Ultron
Danny Elfman - Goosebumps
Danny Elfman - Before I Wake
Danny Elfman - The Grinch
Danny Elfman - Big Mess
Danny Elfman - Bigger Messier
Danny Elfman - Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (LP)
Danny Elfman - Aliens, Clowns and Geeks
Danny Elfman - Third Coast Percussion: Perspectives
Danny Elfman - Percussion Concerto/Wunderkammer

Elliot Goldenthal - Othello Symphony
Elliot Goldenthal - Jabberwocky
Elliot Goldenthal - Symphony in G Minor
Elliot Goldenthal - A Midsummer Night's Dream
Elliot Goldenthal - The Glorias

Rammstein - Untitled
Rammstein - Zeit
Jean Michel Jarre - Snapshots from EON
Jean Michel Jarre - Amazonia
Jean Michel Jarre - Oxymore
Jean Michel Jarre - Oxymore: Works
John Helliwell - Ever Open Door
John Helliwell - Don't Ever Leave Me

It's been a while since I assembled a list of unreleased scores I want, but beyond the "Williams, Elfman and Goldenthal" titles, I'd guess there are, like, 15-20 titles that have no release whatsoever and that I really, really want. In a while, when I have the cash.

Intersting list. I'm a bit iffy on more recent Elfman - when I say recent I mean post 2005. They are largely hit or miss afterwards - but overall some interesting choices. Still, I'll do my due diligence for the Elfmans.

 Posted:   May 17, 2024 - 5:14 PM   
 By:   Kristo   (Member)

Richard Rodney Bennett - Yanks

This is not only RRB's most beautiful score but I think one of the most gorgeous scores in all film! The LP has much of the score on it and is a perfect listen but unfortunately never made it to CD.

 Posted:   May 17, 2024 - 11:46 PM   
 By:   rmd007   (Member)

On behalf of my friend (he doesn't do social media or FSM), who was best man at my wedding and punned lots of film jokes during his speech (my speech was a roast of my new missus!), he'd love to see John Addison's Centennial at last.

I'd like to see another Inchon and Blue Max. Only joking.

I think I have everything I want, except for stuff that probably most of youse wouldn't be interested in, such as the score and source for the Jeff Goldblum-Forest Whittaker cable movie Lush Life, the score and source for the Peter MacNicol film American Blue Note, Bill Lee's music for Mo' Better Blues (the CD is of - brilliant nonetheless - Branford Marsalis' quartet + Terence Blanchard on trumpet, which was source music) and the actual tracks from Alfie, of Sonny Rollins with the UK band he recorded the soundtrack with. The current album is of an American re-recording of Sonny with different musicians and arrangements by Oliver Nelson.
Are you kidding? Blue Max? Inchon? Now, King Solomon's Mines and Poltergeist 2.
That's something to think about wink

 Posted:   May 18, 2024 - 5:25 AM   
 By:   Leo Nicols   (Member)

'Danger Diabolik !' Morricone.
'Take The Money And Run' Hamlisch

 Posted:   May 18, 2024 - 9:16 AM   
 By:   JThree   (Member)

Hope everyone gets something. But it seems (to me) that we're in a dry period. The music of the sixties and seventies was so good, but the releasing of them today is so bad or slow.

More sixties and seventies releases on my list.


 Posted:   May 18, 2024 - 11:15 AM   
 By:   Jamesbond2021   (Member)

Would love to see the following below James Bond soundtracks expanded this year

55th Anniversary of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service 
50th Anniversary of The Man With The Golden Gun
45th Anniversary of Moonraker 
35th Anniversary of License To Kill  (Michael Kamen)

 Posted:   May 18, 2024 - 12:02 PM   
 By:   Sym   (Member)

The Bermuda Triangle - John Cameron
Bladerunner - Vangelis
Highlander - Michael Kamen
Buck Rogers (complete) - Stu Phillips
Brainstorm - James Horner

And all Star Wars / Indiana Jones definitively remastered / expanded

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