Discussion in 'Star Wars And Film Music' started by Cerrabore, Dec 1, 2007.
This made my day! I hope they release the track listing soon though, so that it's not a surprise when the set arrives on my doorstep.
The set is being produced by Laurent Bouzereau, who previously has worked on expanded releases of Jaws, Close Encounters and E.T.
I thought E.T. and Close Encounters were pretty good releases, so his involvement is a good sign. Although, I do wish someone along the lines of Doug Adams were behind this.
Raiders of the Lost Ark
1. In the Jungle
2. The Idol Temple
3. Escape from the Temple
4. Flight from Peru
5. Washington Men/Indy's Home *
6. A Thought for Marion/To Nepal
7. The Medallion
8. Flight to Cairo
9. The Basket Game
10. Bad Dates *
11. The Map Room: Dawn
12. Reunion in the Tent/Searching for the Well
13. The Well of the Souls
14. Indy Rides the Statue *
15. The Fist Fight/The Flying Wing
16. Desert Chase
17. Marion1s Theme/The Crate
18. The German Sub
19. Ride to the Nazi Hideout
20. Indy Follows the Ark
21. The Miracle of the Ark
22. Washington Ending & Raiders March
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
1. Anything Goes
2. Indy Negotiates *
3. The Nightclub Brawl *
4. Fast Streets of Shanghai
5. Map/Out of Fuel *
6. Slalom on Mt. Humol
7. Short Round's Theme
8. The Scroll/To Pankot Palace *
9. Nocturnal Activities
10. Bug Tunnel/Death Trap
11. Approaching the Stones *
12. Children in Chains
13. The Temple of Doom
14. Short Round Escapes *
15. Saving Willie *
16. Slave Children's Crusade
17. Short Round Helps *
18. The Mine Car Chase
19. Water! *
20. The Sword Trick *
21. The Broken Bridge/British Relief *
22. End Credits
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
1. Indy's Very First Adventure **
2. The Boat Scene *
3. X Marks the Spot
4. Ah, Rats!!!
5. Escape from Venice
6. Journey to Austria *
7. Father and Son Reunited *
8. The Austrian Way *
9. Scherzo for Motorcycle and Orchestra
10. Alarm! *
11. No Ticket
12. Keeping Up With the Joneses
13. Brother of the Cruciform Sword
14. On the Tank *
15. Belly of the Steel Beast
16. The Canyon of the Crescent Moon
17. The Penitent Man Will Pass
18. The Keeper of the Grail
19. Finale & End Credits
* Previously unreleased
** Includes previously unreleased material
Disc 5 track titles are still unknown. While there are clearly some missing highlights, these look to me like the best one-disc presentations of the Indy soundtracks possible. Let's hope there's even more on that fifth disc.
Sweet, thanks for posting these.
This looks great, especially TOD. It looks like, if the interviews don't take up too much space on disc 5, we could get pretty much everything else from TOD and Last Crusade.
And I REALLY hope that the uncut TOD End Credits is on this release.
Yes, it's hard to tell if the full finale music (starting with the Raiders March) is included. The track title has been changed to "End Credits" from the original soundtrack's "Finale and End Credits," so it's possible all the unreleased music will be part of "The Broken Bridge/British Relief."
There's also still a chance that it could be included as an alternate on disc 5. It would be a shame to not include the contrapuntal Indy/Short Round section (especially for me considering it's my favorite moment in the whole TOD score).
All of that music is important. My favorite part of all is the kiss between Indy and Willie. Just before the credits roll, the music unexpectedly modulates upward by a semitone to bring us into C Major for the reprise of the Raiders March. It's amazing.
If you want the Raiders March/Short Round's Theme, you could buy the Silva recording of the trilogy... heh, heh, heh...
Temple should be amazing!
Thanks for the post!
Disc 5 track list:
1 Raiders March (from Raiders of the Lost Ark)
2 Interviews with John Williams,Steven Spielberg and George Lucas, Hosted by Laurent Bouzereau - (featuring Steven Spielberg/George Lucas/John Williams)
3 Uncovering the Ark (from Raiders of the Lost Ark)
4 Indy and the Villagers (from Temple of Doom)
5 Secret Passage, The (from Temple of Doom)
6 Father's Study (from Last Crusade)
7 Marcus Is Captured/To Berlin (from Last Crusade)
8 To the Blimp (from Last Crusade) *
9 Blimp Turns Around, The (from Last Crusade)
10 Death of Kazim (from Last Crusade)
11 Wrong Choice, Right Choice (from Last Crusade)
12 Return to the Village/Raiders March (From Temple Of Doom)
Wow. Does anyone who knows the scores better than me know how close that brings us to complete versions of TOD and LC?
The man is also the KING of DVD extras.
I can't think of anything major missing from either now. I think all we're missing now from TOD is the dinner scene, the music when Indy turns evil, and the ethnic percussion from the bridge scene. From LC, all I can think of is the music when Indy is taken to Donovan's home and they discuss the Grail (which is kind of disappointing not to have), Indy and Elsa descending under the library where we hear the Ark theme, and then the source music from Iskenderun and Berlin.
When I saw that the last track was the compete TOD finale I almost jumped out of my chair. This is so awesome.
And mine is ORDERED! Can't wait.
I'm curious who here only has the original three as mp3s? This will be my first time actually owning them on CD, which is pretty exciting.
Yep, I only own Last Crusade. The others (both the commercial CDs and complete bootlegs) came to me through ulterior channels. What can you do when copies of the original albums and the 1995 Raiders release regularly go for over a hundred dollars on eBay?
I have all three on CD. I remember waiting weeks for the import of TOD to arrive in the mail. The booklet is hilarious too because all the liner notes are in Japanese.
I've put up some speculative track lists that incorporate the box set material with other sources here (yeah, there's going to be some music on the KotCS DVD, but I don't have specific information yet).
Will you be able to purchase the scores as individual or will it be solely a box set? I'd only be interested in ROTLA, and LC.
The box set will be available on November 11th. The scores will be released individually (without the bonus cues from the fifth disc) next year. To me, it's a no brainer. Buy the box. Why would you want to miss out on Temple of Doom, anyway? It's an amazing score and will be more than doubled in length from its original album release.
November 11, sweet!
And the KotCS dvd comes out next Tuesday.
quick, dollar, plunge again or I'll have to pay over $10 more because amazon has to import it!
whoohoo, it just got reduced to 36?