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 Posted:   Jan 13, 2023 - 10:29 AM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

Continuing SEASON 2:




"Barcelona, May 1917"
By: Laurence Rosenthal
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00Pc6vmVqgw

Multiple cues from this episode score was released on Volume 1 from Varese Sarabande, back in 1992.



"The Mystery of the Blues, Chicago, April 1920"
"MUSIC COMPOSED & ADAPTED BY": Joel McNeely
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l__R16D2WRg

Multiple cues from both episodes scores' were released on Volume 3 from Varese Sarabande, back in 1993.
I accidentally covered the second part before realizing my mistake, so I skipped the first part.



"The Mystery of the Blues, Chicago, May 1920"
"MUSIC COMPOSED & ADAPTED BY": Joel McNeely
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6smgxOUtAo

Highlights:
  • 4:54 in. Jazz.^
  • 6:23/6:42/7:03 in.^
  • 15:22 in.^
  • 23:33 in.^
  • 26:44 in.^
  • 36:16 in.
  • 39:04 in.^
  • 43:47 in. Jazz.^
  • 45:00 in. Jazz.^
  • 46:28 in.^

    Multiple cues from both episodes scores' were released on Volume 3 from Varese Sarabande, back in 1993.
    Score performed by the Bavarian Philharmonic Orchestra. Recorded and mixed at: Bavaria Music Studio, Lansdowne Studios, and Arco Studios.

    I saw that corpse breathing...

    Ahhh ... isn't he wondering why Indy is taking so long? He had to unlock it, let him out, then re-lock the door.

    The whole warehouse breaking in and escaping, was just way to comedic for me.

    Indy seems to cross paths with many famous people. Had he lived long enough, he'd surely have crossed paths with Jesus at some point.

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     Posted:   Jan 14, 2023 - 10:32 PM   
     By:   Lokutus   (Member)

    holy shit! Talgorn has Youtube channel now including lengthy suites (or more like FULL scores) including his young indy episodes - but this is a REAL revelation!

     
     Posted:   Jan 14, 2023 - 10:45 PM   
     By:   Lokutus   (Member)

    and here's TRENCHES OF HELL!


     
     
     Posted:   Jan 15, 2023 - 7:54 PM   
     By:   Cameron007   (Member)

    These are the original tracks? It says "New audio rendering" in the description, but it sounds like the original recording to me. I can't listen fully atm, so can someone tell for sure?

     
     
     Posted:   Jan 16, 2023 - 2:54 AM   
     By:   jacksparrow900   (Member)

    It's the original recording

     
     
     Posted:   Jan 16, 2023 - 3:38 PM   
     By:   Cameron007   (Member)

    Well, I'll be double dogged. I wonder if that channel really is Talgorn, or st least associated with him. Where else would they have gotten the material?

     
     Posted:   Jan 17, 2023 - 7:34 AM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Woowee -- he put up the rejected score! Man, I'm so going to dive into that later this week. I made note of this on the episode -- which I have yet to get to -- but now we can finally hear it!

     
     Posted:   Jan 17, 2023 - 9:14 AM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 2:




    "Princeton, February 1916"
    By: Laurence Rosenthal
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-tciFsdvyQ

    Since only three cues from this episode score was released on Volume 3 from Varese Sarabande, back in 1993, I decided to cover the episode.

    Highlights:
  • 1:51 in.
  • 10:11 in.^(10:58/11:40/16:44)
  • 22:02 in.^(22:59/24:19)
  • 27:56 in.^(29:15/33:20
  • 37:08 in.^
  • 41:47 in.
  • 43:52 in. Special end credits piece.^

    Score performed by the Bavarian Philharmonic Orchestra.
    Recorded and mixed at: Arco Studios.

    This time an episode credits the main theme to not just Rosenthal, but also McNeely.

    Teenage Car Angst: SKIP.
    Lord those first nearly ten minutes are painful. Weakest episode by far. And it just keep plodding around in an awful way. At one point Indy even smacks himself in the face Sideshow Bob style with a rake. It's really quite bad. God, it's so bad. I could make a CinemaSins-style video about this episode.



    "Petrograd, July 1917"
    By: Laurence Rosenthal
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwdrEqtK74w
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaeMV8OeMJZz2zl7YpHTj1Q/videos

    Highlights:
  • 0:37 in.^(open)
  • 4:06 in.^
  • 9:09 in.^(9:56)
  • 23:43 in.^(open)
  • 36:04 in.^(open)
  • 39:15 in.^
  • 42:28 in.
  • 46:08 in. The special end credits music.^

    Score performed by: Munich Symphony Orchestra.
    Recorded at: Bavarian Music Studios.
    Mixed at: Lansdowne Studios, Skywalker Sound. Chris Dibble.

    So, to re-cap: in-'verse Indy went from working at an ice cream shop to working for French secret intelligence. Seems like a logical career path progression. No questions here!

    (NtM: 0:53 -- composer credit)

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     Posted:   Jan 17, 2023 - 10:06 PM   
     By:   inexorabletash   (Member)

    Thanks for keeping this topic alive!

    Reminder to folks that I maintain YoungIndianaJonesMusic.com which is intended as a repository of everything known about the scores, cue lists, where to track down unreleased recordings (via game soundtracks), details about the composers, and so on.

    If anyone has details to add, please let me know - I can make other people editors too!

     
     Posted:   Jan 18, 2023 - 10:01 AM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 2:




    "The Scandal of 1920, New York, June 1920"
    By: Joel McNeely

    Multiple cues from this episode score was released on Volume 3 from Varese Sarabande, back in 1993.

    McNeely won an Emmy for this score. The other competition that year:
    "Murder, She Wrote"
    Episode: "Wind Around the Tower"
    Composer: Bruce Babcock

    "Quantum Leap"
    Episode: "Lee Harvey Oswald, Part 1"
    Composer: Velton Ray Bunch

    "The Simpsons"
    Episode: "Treehouse of Horror III"
    Composer: Alf Clausen

    "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles"
    Episode: "Vienna, 1908"
    Composer: Laurence Rosenthal




    "Vienna, November 1908"
    By: Laurence Rosenthal

    Multiple cues from this episode score was released on Volume 2 from Varese Sarabande, back in 1992.

    Rosenthal's score to this episode was also nominated for an Emmy the same year. See above episode entry.

     
     Posted:   Jan 19, 2023 - 9:40 AM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 2:




    "Northern Italy, June 1918"
    By: Laurence Rosenthal
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Au9bBmkZhk4

    Highlights:
  • 0:36 in.^
  • 5:59 in. Eventually it segues into a source cue for a restaurant, but I think that's a separate cue and I am not counting it.^(7:47/8:14)
  • 13:57 in.^(14:33)
  • 17:00 in.^(19:10)
  • 23:25 in.
  • 32:37 in.
  • 37:53 in.
  • 40:58 in.^

    Six cues from this episode score was released on Volume 4 from Varese Sarabande, back in 1994.

    Score performed by: Munich Symphony Orchestra.
    Recorded at: Arco Studios (recording engineer: Malcolm Luker).

    So ... let's again examine Indy's career path: enlisted in the Belgium army, went through Hell and saw a man died of gassing before his eyes, became an ice cream shop employee in America, went to France to work in French intelligence, then after the horrors of battle, decided to be on the front lines again? Really?

    I really don't like this episode either. The cliched competition with another guy, the cheese-level writing, it's pathetic this was made considering the earlier episodes.

    That grandmother is going to get some of that Wilfred Brimley die-ah-beetess.

    Grandmother: "Sex-mad fool!"

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     Posted:   Jan 20, 2023 - 9:08 AM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 2:




    "The Phantom Train of Doom" (Parts 1 and 2)
    By: Joel McNeely
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r39GLlubN4Y

    Multiple cues from this episode score was released on Volume 4 from Varese Sarabande, back in 1994.



    "Ireland, April 1916"
    By: Laurence Rosenthal
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amTwn5jtYKg

    Five cues from this episode score was released on Volume 4 from Varese Sarabande, back in 1994.

    This and another episode were edited together to make a fake new TV movie, titled "The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Love's Sweet Song".

    Rosenthal's score to this episode won an Emmy. The other competition that year:
    "Christy"
    Episode: "Pilot"
    Composer: Ron Ramin

    "SeaQuest DSV"
    Episode: "Whale Song"
    Composer: Don Davis

    "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
    Episode: "All Good Things..." (series finale)
    Composer: Dennis McCarthy

    "The Simpsons"
    Episode: "Cape Feare"
    Composer: Alf Clausen

    Full Emmy nominations/winners:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primetime_Emmy_Award_for_Outstanding_Music_Composition_for_a_Series

     
     Posted:   Jan 23, 2023 - 9:14 AM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 2:




    "Paris, September 1908"
    By: Joel McNeely
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PS2zuggbIlI

    Highlights:
  • 2:55 in.^
  • 6:40 in.^
  • 8:08 in.^
  • 11:25 in.^(13:30)
  • 16:47 in.
  • About 21:25 in. It's hard to tell where the action music begins and where the classical ends.
  • 30:17 in.^
  • 35:47 in.
  • 36:56 in.
  • 39:36 in.^
  • 46:21 in.^

    Score performed by: Munich Symphony Orchestra and the Bavarian Philharmonic.
    Recorded at: Bavarian Music Studios and Arco Studios.
    Mixed at: Lansdowne and Skywalker Sound.
    "Additional Scoring Services": Cue Music Ltd. (what ever that means)
    (I have no idea what the credits are for the rejected score; I supposed -- if Talgorn is reading the comments on the videos -- he might reply if asked)

    SPECIAL NOTE: This episode had a rejected score done by Frederic Talgorn. Neither score has been released. I have a little detail on Talgorn's work on my Rejected Film Scores website:
    http://rejectedfilmscores.125mb.com/list.html

    When I originally wrote the above, that was that, but last week a user posted Talgorn's official YouTube channel, where he has uploaded a suite of his rejected score! Link:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxPi8oUdZlE

    This would have been his third and final effort for the show. The rejection must have a back story deeper than simply tossing the score, as his services were not longer utilized.

    A quick look online suggests that stories from people back in the day when Picasso was alive, go with how Picasso was presented in this episode. And he apparently didn't like the other artists in real life, accused at one point of stealing the Mona Lisa. And that was the lighter side of accusations of things said of him.

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     Posted:   Jan 24, 2023 - 8:58 AM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 2:




    "Peking, March 1910"
    By: Laurence Rosenthal

    Multiple cues from this episode score was released on Volume 1 from Varese Sarabande, back in 1992.



    "Benares, January 1910"
    By: Laurence Rosenthal
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtQ2Qu9qHFY

    Highlights:
  • About 2:08 in. Music that makes you feel like you are in India.^
  • 5:02 in.^
  • 8:01 in. More music that makes you feel like you are in India.
  • 11:41 in.
  • 15:17 in.^
  • 17:42 in.
  • 22:21 in.^
  • 27:26 in.^
  • 33:49 in.^
  • 40:03 in.^(41:31/44:41)
  • 46:09 in.^

    I'm almost tempted to say Rosenthal should have gotten an Emmy nomination for this episode score.

    Score performed by: Munich Symphony Orchestra.
    Recorded at: Bavaria Music Studios.
    Mixed at: Lansdowne Studios and Skywalker Sound.

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     Posted:   Jan 25, 2023 - 9:00 AM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 2:




    "Paris, October 1916"
    By: Joel McNeely
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdzShHKAnzY

    Multiple cues from this episode score was released on Volume 1 from Varese Sarabande, back in 1992.



    "Istanbul, September 1918"
    By: Laurence Rosenthal
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzM99X-UPS4

    Highlights:
  • 0:37 in.^
  • 3:30 in.^
  • 16:38 in.
  • 22:58 in.^
  • 29:36 in.^
  • 30:58 in.^
  • 36:49 in.
  • 38:43 in.
  • 43:57 in.^
  • 47:37 in.^

    Score performed by: Bavarian Philharmonic Orchestra.
    Recorded at: Arco Studios.

    This episode and "Transylvania, January 1918" were edited together as a fake movie that went direct to DVD, titled "Masks of Evil". As a consequence, this loads uses some of the fake movie and the opening credits both Rosenthal and Sobel, which may trick a viewer who doesn't know any better.

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     Posted:   Jan 26, 2023 - 8:58 AM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 2:




    "Paris, May 1919"
    By: ????? (NO ON-SCREEN COMPOSER CREDIT)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgnGg7s-_kk

    Highlights:
  • 0:39 in.
  • 4:37 in.^
  • 11:40 in.
  • 13:58/18:52 in.^
  • 24:15 in.
  • 26:00 in.
  • 29:00 in.
  • 30:37 in.^
  • 34:45 in.
  • 40:46 in.
  • 43:12 in.^

    Perhaps Roger can shed some light of who did this episode score and why not credit was received.
    Also no orchestra credited, no mixing studios credited, and no recording studios credited.

    No one is credited for the orchestra conductor seen at 31:35 in.



    "Florence, May 1908"
    "Music Adapted By": Laurence Rosenthal
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsgPWpb19j8

    Highlights:
  • 1:35 in.
  • 6:02 in.^
  • 8:06 in. Over ten minutes long.^
  • 18:52 in.
  • 20:31 in. Around nineteen minutes long.^
  • 41:17 in.^

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     Posted:   Jan 27, 2023 - 9:09 AM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 2:




    "Prague, August 1917"
    By: Laurence Rosenthal
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RPuWG6sTB4

    Highlights:
  • 0:35 in. 4:52 in: beautiful train porn.^(open)
  • 5:59 in.^
  • 7:35 in. This cues just goes on and on and on for like eighteen minutes.^(parts)
  • 25:23 in.^
  • 29:42 in.^(parts)
  • 35:49 in.^
  • 45:25 in.^

    Score performed by: Munich Symphony Orchestra.
    Recorded at: Bavaria Music Studios.
    Mixing/Recording Facilities: Lansdowne Studios and Skywalker Sound.

    I don't know if this episode had an opener with grandpa Indy, but if it did, I guess the Youtube guy couldn't find it to tag it on.

    I appreciate the humor of the episode and the wild ride Indy has to go on throughout the episode, but it just doesn't jive with the films. It's too comedic and for way too long (nearly the whole episode).

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