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 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:07 AM   
 By:   Amer Zahid   (Member)



https://www.varesesarabande.com/products/jerry-goldsmith-love-field-deluxe-edition-cd

Jerry Goldsmith was delighted to turn to “people pictures” in the early 1990s, seeking a change of pace from the action and genre movies that had dominated his schedule. The Russia House was the first, followed not long thereafter by another drama starring Michelle Pfeiffer: Love Field, directed by Jonathan Kaplan (The Accused). Pfeiffer and Dennis Haybert starred in an interracial romance amidst the racial strife of 1963 Texas, in the aftermath of the Kennedy assassination.

Goldsmith composed a tender Americana score for Love Field, with lyrical strings and bluesy piano offering warmth and period flavorings, not unlike his gentle, humanistic music for actual 1960s dramas. The film also features moments of suspense and action—as society looked askance on relations between races at the time—which Goldsmith captured with more intense strains.

Released by Varèse Sarabande at the time of the film, Goldsmith’s Love Field soundtrack has been expanded to nearly double the length for this Deluxe Edition. Also included is a bonus section of blues piano tracks performed by the prestigious rock and blues pianist, Bill Payne, which replaced some of Goldsmith’s music in the finished film.

Liner notes by Tim Greiving include new interview comments with Jonathan Kaplan and Bill Payne. Kaplan recalls advice from his father, the composer Sol Kaplan: “If you ever get the chance to work with Jerry Goldsmith, take it.” Good advice!

Limited to 2000 copies

TRACKLIST

1. Family Album (1:48)
2. The Posters (1:38)
3. The Assassination (2:28)
4. The Note (1:16)
5. On The Bus (1:56)
6. You Win (1:52)
7. The Accident (3:24)
8. First Words (1:08)
9. The Photos (1:17)
10. Lost Luggage (10:33)
11. Repairs (1:02)
12. I Don't Mind (:36)
13. The Map (1:05)
14. What's Going On? (1:08)
15. Roadside Incident (2:44)
16. The Visitors (1:43)
17. Pretending (2:07)
18. We’re Not Alone (2:32)
19. Staying Behind (1:34)
20. The Motel (6:29)
21. The Locket (1:22)
22. Together Again (5:37)
23. Sweet Girl Blues* (1:48)
24. Travelers Blues* (:59)
25. America: Thunder, Tears, Defiance (version one)* (:55)
26. Night Rollin’ On* (:35)
27. Mixed Signals* (2:17)
28. America: Thunder, Tears, Defiance (version two)* (1:02)
29. Boogie On Out a Here* (:28)
30. So Long Blues* (:25)
31. L.F. Blues – America: Thunder, Tears, Defiance* (4:12)
32. L.F. Blues – America: Thunder, Tears, Defiance (alternate take)* (4:13)

Music Composed and Conducted by Jerry Goldsmith

*Composed by Bill Payne

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:15 AM   
 By:   Mike Esssss   (Member)

Whoa whoa the Bill Payne cues! Shocked, pleasantly, to see those cues. I get that premiere tracks from Goldsmith are the main draw here (for me too) but these Payne cues have been on my grail list since I first happened on the end credits for this many years ago.

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:15 AM   
 By:   Mr. Jack   (Member)

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:18 AM   
 By:   WillGoldNewtonBarryGrusin   (Member)




Jerry Goldsmith was delighted to turn to “people pictures” in the early 1990s, seeking a change of pace from the action and genre movies that had dominated his schedule. The Russia House was the first, followed not long thereafter by another drama starring Michelle Pfeiffer: Love Field, directed by Jonathan Kaplan (The Accused). Pfeiffer and Dennis Haybert starred in an interracial romance amidst the racial strife of 1963 Texas, in the aftermath of the Kennedy assassination.

Goldsmith composed a tender Americana score for Love Field, with lyrical strings and bluesy piano offering warmth and period flavorings, not unlike his gentle, humanistic music for actual 1960s dramas. The film also features moments of suspense and action—as society looked askance on relations between races at the time—which Goldsmith captured with more intense strains.

Released by Varèse Sarabande at the time of the film, Goldsmith’s Love Field soundtrack has been expanded to nearly double the length for this Deluxe Edition. Also included is a bonus section of blues piano tracks performed by the prestigious rock and blues pianist, Bill Payne, which replaced some of Goldsmith’s music in the finished film.

Liner notes by Tim Greiving include new interview comments with Jonathan Kaplan and Bill Payne. Kaplan recalls advice from his father, the composer Sol Kaplan: “If you ever get the chance to work with Jerry Goldsmith, take it.” Good advice!

Limited to 2000 copies

TRACKLIST

1. Family Album (1:48)
2. The Posters (1:38)
3. The Assassination (2:28)
4. The Note (1:16)
5. On The Bus (1:56)
6. You Win (1:52)
7. The Accident (3:24)
8. First Words (1:08)
9. The Photos (1:17)
10. Lost Luggage (10:33)
11. Repairs (1:02)
12. I Don't Mind (:36)
13. The Map (1:05)
14. What's Going On? (1:08)
15. Roadside Incident (2:44)
16. The Visitors (1:43)
17. Pretending (2:07)
18. We’re Not Alone (2:32)
19. Staying Behind (1:34)
20. The Motel (6:29)
21. The Locket (1:22)
22. Together Again (5:37)
23. Sweet Girl Blues* (1:48)
24. Travelers Blues* (:59)
25. America: Thunder, Tears, Defiance (version one)* (:55)
26. Night Rollin’ On* (:35)
27. Mixed Signals* (2:17)
28. America: Thunder, Tears, Defiance (version two)* (1:02)
29. Boogie On Out a Here* (:28)
30. So Long Blues* (:25)
31. L.F. Blues – America: Thunder, Tears, Defiance* (4:12)
32. L.F. Blues – America: Thunder, Tears, Defiance (alternate take)* (4:13)

Music Composed and Conducted by Jerry Goldsmith

*Composed by Bill Payne

FAQ


Double the length? I'm in!

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:20 AM   
 By:   Mike Esssss   (Member)

Well, all but one of the Goldsmith samples appear to be from the original album.

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:23 AM   
 By:   Mr. Jack   (Member)


Double the length? I'm in!


You needed to quote the ENTIRE FUCKING POST to add that?

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:29 AM   
 By:   Shaun Rutherford   (Member)

Well, all but one of the Goldsmith samples appear to be from the original album.

LLL does that kind of thing, too. We are apparently not the target market!

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:29 AM   
 By:   Yavar Moradi   (Member)

Well, all but one of the Goldsmith samples appear to be from the original album.

I cannot fathom why labels like Varese and LLL do this sometimes. Do they not realize people are most interested in what's NEW? I know people have called me a cheerleader for the labels lately but I get really frustrated with them when they only include one previously unreleased cue among the sound samples. Hell, it should be in their best interest to focus on that stuff to entice more buyers!

Trying to put together a Soundtrack Spotlight episode as soon as possible, so hopefully we'll be able to highlight a lot of the new music there, before many of you get these into your players...

Yavar

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:31 AM   
 By:   The Mutant   (Member)

Restoration videos inbound as soon as I get my hands on this…

 
 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:31 AM   
 By:   HalloweenBorg   (Member)




Jerry Goldsmith was delighted to turn to “people pictures” in the early 1990s, seeking a change of pace from the action and genre movies that had dominated his schedule. The Russia House was the first, followed not long thereafter by another drama starring Michelle Pfeiffer: Love Field, directed by Jonathan Kaplan (The Accused). Pfeiffer and Dennis Haybert starred in an interracial romance amidst the racial strife of 1963 Texas, in the aftermath of the Kennedy assassination.

Goldsmith composed a tender Americana score for Love Field, with lyrical strings and bluesy piano offering warmth and period flavorings, not unlike his gentle, humanistic music for actual 1960s dramas. The film also features moments of suspense and action—as society looked askance on relations between races at the time—which Goldsmith captured with more intense strains.

Released by Varèse Sarabande at the time of the film, Goldsmith’s Love Field soundtrack has been expanded to nearly double the length for this Deluxe Edition. Also included is a bonus section of blues piano tracks performed by the prestigious rock and blues pianist, Bill Payne, which replaced some of Goldsmith’s music in the finished film.

Liner notes by Tim Greiving include new interview comments with Jonathan Kaplan and Bill Payne. Kaplan recalls advice from his father, the composer Sol Kaplan: “If you ever get the chance to work with Jerry Goldsmith, take it.” Good advice!

Limited to 2000 copies

TRACKLIST

1. Family Album (1:48)
2. The Posters (1:38)
3. The Assassination (2:28)
4. The Note (1:16)
5. On The Bus (1:56)
6. You Win (1:52)
7. The Accident (3:24)
8. First Words (1:08)
9. The Photos (1:17)
10. Lost Luggage (10:33)
11. Repairs (1:02)
12. I Don't Mind (:36)
13. The Map (1:05)
14. What's Going On? (1:08)
15. Roadside Incident (2:44)
16. The Visitors (1:43)
17. Pretending (2:07)
18. We’re Not Alone (2:32)
19. Staying Behind (1:34)
20. The Motel (6:29)
21. The Locket (1:22)
22. Together Again (5:37)
23. Sweet Girl Blues* (1:48)
24. Travelers Blues* (:59)
25. America: Thunder, Tears, Defiance (version one)* (:55)
26. Night Rollin’ On* (:35)
27. Mixed Signals* (2:17)
28. America: Thunder, Tears, Defiance (version two)* (1:02)
29. Boogie On Out a Here* (:28)
30. So Long Blues* (:25)
31. L.F. Blues – America: Thunder, Tears, Defiance* (4:12)
32. L.F. Blues – America: Thunder, Tears, Defiance (alternate take)* (4:13)

Music Composed and Conducted by Jerry Goldsmith

*Composed by Bill Payne

FAQ


Double the length? I'm in!


Love this! Love field!

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:33 AM   
 By:   Yavar Moradi   (Member)

Restoration videos inbound as soon as I get my hands on this…

You're going to be so busy, man. Over half this score was unused, in the film (and barely more than half was even released before, on that paltry 28.5 minute original album.) Can't wait to see your work; it'll be the most exciting thing you do this year after The Public Eye, I predict.

Yavar

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:45 AM   
 By:   Lukas Kendall   (Member)

Well, all but one of the Goldsmith samples appear to be from the original album.

I cannot fathom why labels like Varese and LLL do this sometimes. Do they not realize people are most interested in what's NEW? I know people have called me a cheerleader for the labels lately but I get really frustrated with them when they only include one previously unreleased cue among the sound samples. Hell, it should be in their best interest to focus on that stuff to entice more buyers!

Trying to put together a Soundtrack Spotlight episode as soon as possible, so hopefully we'll be able to highlight a lot of the new music there, before many of you get these into your players...

Yavar


I recommended the sound clips and this was my bad. I tried to listen to the tracks and pick the most interesting ones that would be enticing to a buyer, and wasn't overly familiar with the original album. Also I think some titles got changed. But it's not like folks won't buy it! Just blame me, not Varese.

Lukas

 
 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:46 AM   
 By:   CindyLover   (Member)

That is annoying, (that = se Mr. Jack's post above)
but not as annoying the Payne music was in the movie. IMO.

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:47 AM   
 By:   Gold Digger   (Member)

Wow! Another Goldsmith. Crazy times. Very happy to order another JG from Varese. Would have left off the Bill Payne stuff. Remember being angered by the piano source music replacing JG. Very insulting in my opinion. Awful in the film. Lounge music.

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:49 AM   
 By:   batman&robin   (Member)

Wonderful release! And now we know Yavar has lobby connections inside Varése, because he wanted this score so badly.

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:50 AM   
 By:   PollyAnna   (Member)

Looking for an expansion for such a long time. Glad Varese finally decided to do it properly. Can't wait to hear this.

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:55 AM   
 By:   Yavar Moradi   (Member)

Wonderful release! And now we know Yavar has lobby connections inside Varése, because he wanted this score so badly.

Haha. I'm bold enough to make recommendations to Cary sometimes, but they actually have had this in the works quite a bit longer than some of the other Goldsmith titles they've put out recently, and I'm pretty sure it pre-dates the ones I was most involved in. I've just had to keep my mouth shut for quite a while...

I had absolutely nothing to do with this great new release. I didn't even proofread or anything. I get to experience it completely fresh just like all of you and I can't wait!

I recommended the sound clips and this was my bad. I tried to listen to the tracks and pick the most interesting ones that would be enticing to a buyer, and wasn't overly familiar with the original album. Also I think some titles got changed. But it's not like folks won't buy it! Just blame me, not Varese.

Lukas


Well Lukas since it's you I think most of us will forgive. smile But in the future it's pretty easy to check soundtrackcollector.com and see what was on the original album -- in this case all of the album tracks are a perfect match except for "Lost Luggage" which is SEVEN MINUTES LONGER on this OH MY GOD. This is clearly the 11-minute cue Robert Townson was telling me (in our Goldsmith Odyssey interview/conversation) had to be lost on the original album just because of the expensive re-use fees. I hadn't realized that he meant it was still included in substantially-truncated form, though. All the other cues on the original album seem to have been full cues, and it's incredible to see how many previously-unreleased cues there are, here.

Yavar

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 10:58 AM   
 By:   Tom Servo   (Member)

Well, all but one of the Goldsmith samples appear to be from the original album.

I cannot fathom why labels like Varese and LLL do this sometimes. Do they not realize people are most interested in what's NEW? I know people have called me a cheerleader for the labels lately but I get really frustrated with them when they only include one previously unreleased cue among the sound samples. Hell, it should be in their best interest to focus on that stuff to entice more buyers!

Trying to put together a Soundtrack Spotlight episode as soon as possible, so hopefully we'll be able to highlight a lot of the new music there, before many of you get these into your players...

Yavar


I recommended the sound clips and this was my bad. I tried to listen to the tracks and pick the most interesting ones that would be enticing to a buyer, and wasn't overly familiar with the original album. Also I think some titles got changed. But it's not like folks won't buy it! Just blame me, not Varese.

Lukas


I literally click the "Buy" button and hardly ever even listen to samples anyway! I mean, it's not that different than blindly buying albums from the record stores back in the day. smile

 
 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 11:11 AM   
 By:   Spymaster   (Member)

Excellent. Excellent. Excellent.

 
 Posted:   Aug 27, 2021 - 11:35 AM   
 By:   Heath   (Member)

Good to see this expanded at last. Might well be JG's best score of the 90s (I'd say by a long chalk), although curiously overlooked as such.

 
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