Judge Dredd Trailer Music On Intrada 2 CD Set
confirmed they will be replacing disc 1 of the Judge Dredd set with a
replacement around mid June with the correct and original Jerry Goldsmith
trailer music. Those who have already had their orders fulfilled will receive a
replacement via post automatically. New orders placed will not ship until they
have the replacement disc.
Great news and superb
customer service from Intrada. In the meantime if you already have this set
enjoy Alan Silvestri's epic score.
Goldsmith was originally to have scored Dredd but due to a busy schedule
was unable to score more than this early trailer piece. But what an incredible
47 seconds it was! Goldsmith wrote one of his most intense orchestral action
themes and proved a tantalising glimpse of what the score might have been like.
The trailer music has proved very popular over the years with a number of
attempts at re-recording it but now for the first time we have the original and
of course the main event for this set; Alan Silvestri's superb score over two
Intrada Records today!
The Ghost And The Darkness 2CD Set
has announced their 2 CD presentation of Jerry Goldsmith's adventure score
The Ghost And The Darkness. The massive set features the complete score and
numerous alternates along with the missing music not featured on the original
1996 album. The set is completed by the original album, which contains unique
versions of the main score cues.
The Ghost And The
Darkness told of an unusual true story set in 1880s Africa in which two
lions repeatedly attacked a British bridge building project killing many
workers. And the efforts of two men to kill the lions.
Jerry Goldsmith was fortunate to score a big screen epic reminiscent of the days
of the grand Hollywood adventures from the 50s and 60s. The composer captured
each element of the story in his music; the lead character's Irish heritage, the
English colonials who fund the project and the exotic African setting and its
people. Exotic percussion and chanting taking centre stage, juxtaposed by a
whimsical and touching Irish theme that often develops into a powerful statement
for the British. Aggressive and frightening scoring for the lions themselves
bring the full force of the orchestra and Goldsmith's wonderful ability at
scoring action before making way for an eerie ghost like secondary theme for the
lions ability to evade death or capture.
Jerry Goldsmith Tribute Concert Paris
May 31st at 17:00 hours at the Theatre Des Champs Elysees in Paris there is a
special tribute concert to composer Jerry Goldsmith featuring his music from
Capricorn One - Gremlins - Alien - Planet Of The Apes -
The Boys from Brazil - Rambo - Basic Instinct - The
Shadow - Air Force One - The Omen - The Russia House
and The Mummy.
The concert is conducted by Laurent Petitgirard featuring the Orchestre Colonne.
Ticket booking is available now. Visit their
website for all the details.
Warlock - New Presentation
announce an expanded version of their Warlock soundtrack from 1989. Along
with an improved overall sound the electronic elements that were dialled out of
the first soundtrack by the composer have now been restored!
remains quite an oddity amongst Jerry Goldsmith's modern era scores and has
divided fans ever since its release. On hearing Goldsmith was scoring an action
adventure horror movie many thought it would mean a large scale orchestral score
perhaps with Omenesque chorus! But what Goldsmith wrote was a complete contrast;
a low key score with generally muted orchestral forces. A number of action
sequences did bring us some Goldsmith histrionics but there stop-start nature
was in contrast to his rhythmic action scoring style of the time.
Ultimately Goldsmith's approach was correct and complimented the enjoyable film
perfectly. For the original album Goldsmith removed numerous synth work to
favour orchestra but these layers did rob the listener of a better listening
Now you can enjoy the
complete score with everything restored. Order from
- Complete Soundtrack
Land Records announce a new version of the Jerry Goldsmith soundtrack Magic.
Previously released by the Varese CD Club in 2003 and now out of print this should
appeal to fans who missed it first time round. As expected the release gets a
re-mastering as well as including the short 25 second cue missed off the Varese
release "We're gonna be a star". Plus booklet and a great new cover.
The late great
Richard Attenborough's 1978 thriller saw a young Anthony Hopkins play a failing
stand up comedian who's career is turned around when he introduces Fats, a
ventriloquists' dummy, to his act and becomes a major star. But inevitably the
personality of Fats begins to take over and Hopkins' unstable character fights to retain
his personality with tragic consequences, endangering the life of lost love Ann
Goldsmith provided a subdued thriller score, one of his finest. His gentle slow
burning main theme remains the haunting highlight juxtaposed with violent
harmonica to signal Fats' influence. As well as a gentle love theme variant,
typically melancholy in tone, for his relationship with Ann Margaret.
Goldsmith revealed in interview that Hopkins actually attended the sessions for
the score and entertained all in attendance by proving he could throw his voice
just like his character.
The River Wild 2 CD Set
announce a complete presentation of Jerry Goldsmith's exciting action thriller
score for the 1994 film The River Wild. The running time of the score is
now doubled and also comes with a plethora of alternates. Goldsmith's rousing
adventure score is anchored by an arrangement of the traditional piece 'The
Water Is Wide'. Goldsmith transforms the theme into a beautiful arrangement
but its Goldsmith secondary material for the breathtaking vistas, scary white water rapids
and the darker thriller elements that give fans the chance to savour Jerry Goldsmith
adventure scoring at its best. Round it out with a detailed recording by
Bruce Botnick and you get a fantastic start to 2015.
The 2nd disc presents Maurice Jarre's unused score for the first time. This is a
unique opportunity to compare Jarre's take on things with Goldsmith's. Notably
Jarre did not use the Water Is Wide until the end credits and provides an
alternate theme as well as typically aggressive Jarre style histrionics for the
A fantastic opportunity to own two takes for one film over two CDs! Fans get two
composers for the price of one! Order from