What have you been listening to?

Started by Allhallowsday, August 25, 2012, 04:29:56 AM

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Mike Scott

Quote from: Lunkenstein on September 12, 2022, 01:29:55 PM
Yep, that's the one. I bought the LP when it first came out.

Me too. I've since replaced it with the CD that has the complete score, as per the movie, but also has the original album. I listen to the latter more than the former.  :)

I love all the old Hollywood composers, but especially Herrmann and Rozsa. Love the "new breed" guys, like Goldsmith and Bernstein and the newer (not so new, anymore) composers, like Horner and Elfman.
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I love all those too and others like Lalo Schifrin, John Barry, Howard Shore, James Newton Howard, John Williams, etc

Plus, Domenic Frontiere created some of my most favorite music in the world with his OUTER LIMITS themes.
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Mike Scott

Quote from: Lunkenstein on September 12, 2022, 08:40:10 PM
I love all those too and others like Lalo Schifrin, John Barry, Howard Shore, James Newton Howard, John Williams, etc

Plus, Domenic Frontiere created some of my most favorite music in the world with his OUTER LIMITS themes.

John Williams is a top 10 favorite. 90 years old and still doing scores for Spielberg movies.

I have this one OL CD with suites from 3 episodes, plus title music.
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Quote from: Mike Scott on September 12, 2022, 10:53:09 PM
John Williams is a top 10 favorite. 90 years old and still doing scores for Spielberg movies.

I have this one OL CD with suites from 3 episodes, plus title music.

Is that the OL cd from 1993 that includes sound effects too? I had that once, but the cd stopped working.
I have the 3 cd set that was released in 2008 from La-la Land Records. It has a lot more themes from other episodes, plus the suites from the prior first cd. No sound effects though, but the music is fantastic.

Paul

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Quote from: Lunkenstein on September 13, 2022, 02:45:22 AM
Is that the OL cd from 1993 that includes sound effects too? I had that once, but the cd stopped working.

That's the one. Maybe I should check to see if it still works. Been several years since I played it.
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Death is only the beginning . . .  >:D

Entombed: Living Dead
Slayer: Black Magic
Morbid Angel: Maze of Torment
Carcass: Embryonic Necropsy
Obituary: Slowly We Rot
Slayer: Hallowed Point
Sepultura: Amen
Entombed: Sinners Bleed
Death: Vacant Planets
Napalm Death: Twist the Knife Slowly
Sepultura: Dead Embryonic Cells
Morbid Angel: Vengeance is Mine
Death: Jealousy

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Queen: first album and Queen II
Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind
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David Bowie: Moonage Daydream Soundtrack

David Bowie: David Live - at the Tower Theater 1974. It was my first rock concert and they announced it was being recorded for a live album. Amazing experience with 1984 type set pieces. It should have been filmed in its entirety along with the audio.

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Roxy Music: Manifesto
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Lou Reed: The Bells
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The Who: Who Are You
The Who: Live at Leeds (Expanded) - I have the original, shorter LP which flows more energetically. Still, it's nice to hear the additional Tommy tune, Amazing Journey. Tommy is still my favorite Who album.
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