Thursday, February 25, 2010

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Nick said...

Hi Tony
Thank you so much for your great blog. I'm a score collecter and fan since i was a teenager.
Your collection is really great!
:-)
Is there a chance to get Bill Conti's score from "The Big Fix" (ca 1978, starring Richard Dreyfuss)?
All the best from Switzerland
Nick

tony said...

Hi Nick,
thanks again for visiting.

I would love to have this score as well. So far, it has not turned up.

Let me know if there is any thing else you are looking for, and I'll do my best to find it :)

GilinAZ said...

Tony...I really enjoy looking through your site. You have quite a collection of unusual, and "seldom_seen" soundtracks. I was just wondering if you have ever come across the score for "Paratrooper", by John Addison. Fact is, I'm not really sure it was ever released. I remember seeing this in the theaters (it starred Alan Ladd), and really enjoyed the "Main Title" for it.

Gil

Pedro said...

Thank you so much for the Delerue scores!!! My absolute favorite composer.

I was wondering if you have Delerue's Femmes De Personne, Tendre Poulet, or Le Bon Plaisir? These are all LP releases that have yet to be released on CD.

Thanks!!

tony said...

@GilinAZ -Thanks for visiting. I've not come across that particular Addison score. You never know, it may show up some time in the near future.

I know a DVD is being sold @ ioffer.com

Anyhow, I'll keep my eyes peeled.

@Pedro -
Yes, I do in fact have Femmes De Personne and Le Bon Plaisir.

I'll try to have them posted by the end of the week :)

I'm also interested in locating
Tendre Poulet. So far, that one has been difficult to find.

GilinAZ said...

Tony...the English title for "Paratrooper" was "The Red Beret". Even a compilation CD of Addison's music doesn't have it!

Gil

Pedro said...

Tony, there are two versions of Conseil De Famille. Look:

http://www.soundtrackcollector.com/catalog/soundtrackdetail.php?movieid=29179

tony said...

@GilinAZ-Yes, unfortunately there are some fine Addison scores unreleased :(

@Pedro -The other one, I believe is mostly pop songs. Don't have that one, I'm affraid.

Pedro said...

I just found it on soulseek and there are no pop songs - it actually has more music, about 10 more minutes. I am currently comparing the two versions.

tony said...

@Pedro -
Great! If you'd like to post it here, that would be wonderful indeed :)

Pedro said...

Here it is

http://rapidshare.com/files/219517493/Conseil_De_Famille.zip.html

I have no information regarding the source since I found it on soulseek.

Perhaps you can combine the two and update your original post?

Dom1 said...

Hi Tony just wanted to say thank you for your blog. Many great scores!
Happy Holiday from UK

tony said...

@Dom1 - Thank you. And welcome to my blog :)

Pedro said...

Thank you so much for fulfilling my request, my Delerue collection is nearing completion. Have you heard Delerue's DESCENTE AUX ENFERS?

tony said...

@Pedro - You're very welcome.
I have heard of that score, but I've yet to find it! Let me know if you do, I'd love to add it to my blog :)

By the way, I'll try to combine the download you sent me for Conseil De Famille this week.

Thanks again.

Pedro said...

I found a copy on ebay

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=4891441598&_trkparms=tab%3DWatching

I want to buy it but it is a little expensive.

tony said...

Yikes! Yes, that's a bit on the hefty side for me as well.

Perhaps someone who visits this blog will help us find someone who has already uploaded their copy. Would be nice for sure :)

liamke said...

Hey Tony,
The blog is wonderfull ,keep on turning the good music and spirit!!

I wonder if you know something about Petit,it's so long that we heard something from him?

John Addison's Centanial ??
i wonder if there is a promo score from this Tv score ??

I wish you all the best...
See you,
Liamke

tony said...

Hello my dear liamke-- I've not heard from Peti in a very long time, I'm quite worried actually. I hope he is doing ok. Let me know if you hear anything from him.

I haven't come across Addison's Centanial. Would be great if this turns up somewhere :)

Thank you my friend.

Southview212 said...

Tony - Thank you for this wonderful site. There are some really fine scores posted here. I especially appreciate the abundance of Georges Delerue.
Also like to make mention that your artwork is stunning. Thanks so very much.

At your request, I'm advising that the download for Delerue's "Amos" is not working properly. It downloads but the vast vast majority of the tracks have errors.

Keep up the wonderful work, it's appreciated.

Roy

tony said...

@southview212
Many thanks for your nice comments.
I truly appreciate your wonderful shares as well. Great stuff mate!
I'll re-up AMOS asap :)

tony said...

New Link for AMOS, has now been updated :)

Pedro said...

Tony, I have question about Le Bon Plaisir. Does the dialog contain music or is it stand alone dialog?

tony said...

@Pedro-
Most of the cues are stand alone dialogue. A few of them begin with the music, (I've included them in the rip)then fades out when the dialogue starts.

Marcel said...

Hi Tony,

Thanks for all the great rarities. The Delerue and many others are much appreciated!

Also, if the link for "Man in the Wilderness" could be fixed, that would be wonderful. I've been looking for this since the early seventies.

Thanks again,
Marcel

tony said...

Thanks Marcel.
The link you requested, has been updated.
N-Joy :)

Marcel said...

Hi Tony,

Thanks very much for fixing Man in the Wilderness. After all of these years I am finally able to listen to this score.

Cheers!

Marcel

LuckyTiger said...

Hi, Tony -- Sorry to add yet another request, but I just found your amazing blog and was wondering if you could repost the Gil Melle goodies you put up last year?

On another topic, do you know if Walter Sear's soundtrack to "Let's Scare Jessica To Death," was ever released? And where a copy might live?

Cheers, and thanks for posting so many great discoveries!

tony said...

Thank you. Yes, I'll try to upload by Thursday or Friday.

To my knowledge "Jessica" was never released. But you never know what might turn up. I'll have a look around the net.

All the best :)

Dom1 said...

Hi Tony, I just want to thank you for the Delerue, a composer whom I'm unfamiliar with and feel I should know more about. Of course I know of him and his work with Truffaut. The Chorale in 'Day For Night' is one of my favourite pieces but other than that I'm, sadly, ignorant. So thank you.

Pedro said...

@ Dom1 - Delerue is one of my favorite composers with a wealth of material that has yet to be released. I suggest you listened to his score for Joe Versus Volcanoe, I am certain you will become a fan of his work.

@ Tony - Do you have Delerue's Something Wicked This Way Comes? I have it, but I think it would make a great post for your blog especially now that James Horner's score has been "officially" released.

Pedro said...

Tony do you have anything by Karl-Heinz Schäfer? I am also looking for Phillipe Sarde's "Le Choc."

Thanks a lot!!

tony said...

@Dom1 -Yes, Delerue is an absolute favourite of mine. So many undiscovered gems out there. I shall be posting more along with some other goodies.

@Pedro - I do have Something Wicked.
The quality is not the best, but I can post it if you'd like.

Unfortunately I don't have anything by Karl-Heinz Schäfer? Nor the Phillipe Sarde you're looking for.
I search around the net to see what I can uncover.

Pedro said...

It is up to you, I just thought it would be a good idea considering the release of the original soundtrack. What other Delerue do you plan to post?

tony said...

@LuckyTiger - Alien Encounters has been re-upped!
I'll have The Intruder Within re-upped by Saturday.

Pedro said...

The covers for SWTWC are absolutely gorgeous!! Far better than the covers that I have.

Southview212 said...

Tony - OMG, the Delerue scores that you are finding are really incredible. Thanks so much for the effort. I am totally enjoying every note.

Roy

tony said...

@Pedro- thanks my friend. It took a some time to do, but I'm quite proud of the end result :)

@ Southview212 -Thanks again! You've been more than generous with your share my friend, I'm happy to share with you and all who enjoy the plethora of Delerue scores.

LuckyTiger said...

Thanks for Starship Invasions, Tony! Alls I can say is "awesome!"

Pedro said...

Tony, do you have any information regarding Delerue's score to the film "Touch and Go"? Was it rejected or was it actually used? On the IMDB, it list the names of two composers, Delerue and Levay.

tony said...

@LuckyTiger - You're welcome.

@ Pedro - From what I've gleamed, it was indeed rejected.

Pedro said...

Tony, I really liked the score by Miles Goodman, are there any other Goodman scores that you would recommend?

tony said...

@Pedro. Yes, Goodman was quite the talented composer. So sad he passed away at such a young age.
I have "Staying Together" which is very nice. I'll try to post that by the weekend.

Pedro said...

The Housesitter was an extremely good score, very catchy and similar to the style of Claude Bolling. Unfortunately the score will most likely never get an official release. I look forward to the Goodman. Question, is there any Delerue scores that you might be looking for?

Steve said...

Hi Tony

Just watched Nobody Runs Forever a more-than-decent thriller with Rod Taylor and a more-than-decent score by Georges Delerue - do you happen to know if there's a score available to this one?

tony said...

@Pedro - Any unreleased score by Delerue would be fantastic!
I should have the other Goodman up by Tues at the latest.

@Steve- I think there are a few cues floating around of a couple of compilation cds. I'll have a look later today.

carlos said...

miles goodman a man to discover.

thanks guy

tony said...

@carlos - you're welcome!

Southview212 said...

Tony...

Thanks for Mommy Dearest.
Really appreciate all the work & passion that's in this site.

tony said...

@Southview212 - Thank you! It is quite time consuming, but enjoyable nevertheless :)

Cali said...

"Mommie Dearest" by Mancini?? And I thought I knew (and have got) ALL Mancini there is - I was obviously mistaken!

Thank you very much for providing this excellent score!

Dom1 said...

Thank you Tony for Mommie Dearest!

Pedro said...

Tony, have you tried listening to the opening Delerue's Regarding Henry with opening of the actual movie, which can be found here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pF91nClP8I

Try to start them both at the same time. You will see that it will perfectly match. I am assuming that Delerue's score was replaced at the last minute and very little of the movie was altered to match the music.

isbum said...

Hi Tony!

Here's "Le Choc" by Sarde
My rip and you are welcome to post it if you'd like.

http://rapidshare.com/files/211182195/PS_LeChoc.zip

Covers:
http://rapidshare.com/files/212723005/Le_Choc_covers.zip

Wonderful to see all the comments of appreciation here! You deserve it!

Pedro said...

isbum, you are a gentlemen and a scholar. Thank you very much for "Le Choc" This very good music!!!

isbum said...

@ Pedro - I can't wait for this to come out on Cd! Hopefully soon!

tony said...

@isbum -What can I say? But a very hearty "thank you" dear friend :)
I took the liberty of adding the track listings to the back and also the inside photo. Hope you don't mind :)

@Dom1- My pleasure!

@Pedro - Yes, I have seen the post @youtube. Would love to see his score restored. Delerue can't be beat.

isbum said...

It's great Tony!
I hope to have my turntable spinning again soon. Then I can contribute more to your excellent soundtrack shrine! :)

tony said...

@isbum-- It's so nice to have you back my friend. I hope everything settles down and you can relax and enjoy yourself :)

isbum said...

I hope so too, Tony. :)

The Movie Queens said...

Hi Tony,

Just discovered your terrific blog today. Can't tell you how much I'm enjoying finding all the rare music I've found here. Keep 'em coming! The assortment is great - with the Thriller compilation alone just one wonderful treasure to check off my soundtrack wish list. Other prominent titles on my list: Parallax View/Marathon Man by Michael Small, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane by DeVol, Night Gallery by Gil Melle, Eddie Sauter, Up the Sandbox by Billy Goldenberg, House of Dracula (I'm guessing by Hans Salter - especially the track that incorporates Moonlight Sonata), and the ACTUAL Mancini soundtracks (not the ones he re-recorded), especially for Breakfast At Tiffany's.

Keep up the great surprises - I'll check back often!

Best,

Richard in Chicago

P.S. I left a more tangible "thank you" at PayPal

tony said...

@Richard-- Welcome aboard!

Happy to share these with you.

Thank you too for your lovely donation. I truly appreciate it, and it does help me tremendously :)

Nick said...

Hi Tony
I wonder if its possible to post Bill Conti's awesome score from the motion picture "The Formula" The album was released in 1981 on varese sarabande Records , now its out of print.

All the best
Nick

tony said...

@Nick--
I think I might still have that one.
I'll check on it.

Dom1 said...

Tony, thanks to both you & isbum for Le Choc. isbum suggested I do a cover for it a while back and I did not have the soundtrack. And now I have found it.

riddim1903 said...

Dear Toni,

Thanks for Tom Horn and Le CHOC.

Great choices as usual. The greatest thing about your blog is the fact that you always tend to find what most people do not have.

My hat's off to you, great friend! :)

Budd said...

Great Blog!
I've been trying to find the ost to the 1960 movie 'The Criminal' aka 'The Concrete Jungle' by Johnny Dankworth. It contains the lovely jazz vocal track 'the thieving boy'. I have bought 2 Cleo Laine albums with it on but they are more recent versions sung without the 'soul'you get in the original. Pleeese can you help??

Dom1 said...

Tony...custom front & back for Sarde's Le Choc...please don't feel obliged to use this, I know you make your own

http://rapidshare.com/files/242670370/C.zip

tony said...

@riddim1903 -
You're very welcome :)

@Budd - Haven't come across that one yet. I'll peek around and see what I can find.

@Dom1-- Very nice job mate.
I'll post both of them :)

Ms Boricua said...

Thank you & Isbum for The Virginian! =)

Southview212 said...

Tony...A BIG Thanks for posting The Other Side Of The Mountain, parts 1 & 2. Truly appreciated.

Nick said...

Hi Tony
Thank you so much for posting "The Formula"!

You are the man! :-)

All the best
Nick

tony said...

You're all very welcome! Please to help out any way I can :)

Marcel said...

Hi Tony,

Thanks very much for The Other Side of the Mountain Parts 1 and 2.

You really do a nice job!

Marcel

tony said...

Thank you Marcel. You are very welcome indeed!

Adware said...
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Adware said...

Hi Friends

I am looking for four ultra rare porn soundtrack

1.Lettomania Franco Campanino
2.Calamo Claudio Tallino
3.Une Femme Fidele Pierre Porte or Mort Shuman or Georges Delerue
4.L'Insegnante Viene a Casa Franco Campanino

Does anyone have them?

Thanks in advance.

Rich said...

I love your blog. Any chance you have the score for "Patrick" by Brian May?

The Movie Queens said...

Hi Tony,

A friend of mine was delighted with the "Mommie Dearest" score (as I was) and asked me to pass along his thanks.

Here's another request to add to my mounting list (!) - "The Red Shoes" by Brian Easdale (and not that dreadful Spanish edition that came directly from the film's audio track complete with dialogue). It's an absolutely beautiful score - not just the title ballet but the "Heart of Fire" piece, etc.

Also - the "Lady in White" link is broken.

Best,

Richard in Chicago

Skeetz said...

Dig your stuff and linked you.

http://skeetzville.blogspot.com/

Skeetz

tony said...

@Adware-- I'll be on the lookout!

@Rich-- Don't have that one, but may be able to find it. Keep you posted.

@Richard-- Thanks very much. I'll fix that link soon. I'm actually out of town for a few days, be will return by Tues. Ta--Ta!

@Skeetz-- Thanks for the compliment :)

Marcel said...

Hi Tony,

Thanks for Jane Pittmann and all the other Karlin.

Very much appreciated!

Marcel

tony said...

Link fixed for "Lady In White"

isbum said...

Hi Tony.
You were away last month and might have missed these composer promo's that I found.
If you wish to post any or all of them feel free to do so.
The back covers are nothing but the track lists, though.

"Backtrack" 1990 Cd @320
aka "Catchfire"
By
Curt Sobel

http://rapidshare.com/files/250025069/CS_Backtrack.zip

Hitman (Dennis Hopper-Dir.also) falls for girl (Jodie Foster) who witnessed a mob murder.
31 tracks

"Body Count" 1998 Cd @320
By
Curt Sobel

http://rapidshare.com/files/250046399/CS_BodyCount.zip

Great cast assembled for this film about a group of thieves who attempt to rob an art gallery, but when plans backfire and one of the men winds up dead, the group head down south, running afoul of the law.
* score includes two pieces of music used in Michael Mann's "The Insider".

"Cast a Deadly Spell" 1991 Cd @320
By
Curt Sobel

http://rapidshare.com/files/249865978/CS_CastADeadlySpell.zip

With a Who's Who cast of character-actors, this first-rate production by Gale Anne Hurd (of James Cameron/Terminator fame) and directed by Martin Campbell (soon to direct Goldeneye and Mask of Zorro)is a brilliant mesh tribute to the works of HP Lovecraft. With a firm tongue-in-cheek, the viewer is taken along on the latest case of H. Phil Lovecraft, private detective in a 1948 Los Angeles where "everybody does magic".
Stars Fred Ward & Julianne Moore.

"Frankie and Johnnie Are Married" PROMO 2004 Cd @320
By
Don Peake

http://rapidshare.com/files/249849255/DP_FrankieAndJohnnieAreMarried.zip

Jazz score based on classical pieces by Debussy and Ravel.

Performed by the Mike Melvoin Trio.

tony said...

@isbum-- Great! Many thanks my friend :)

isbum said...

@ Tony - You making a nice back cover for the Stanley Myers?
Hope so, cause I don't think anybody has a copy of that Lp.
Cheers buddy!

tony said...

@isbum - Yes, I hope to have it done in a day or so :)

Kelly said...

The Me Natalie link isn't working. Is it possible to repair?

BossEllis said...

Hi Tony: thanks for the Blake Canterville Ghost ... what a find....

tony said...

@kelly - will try to re-up by the weekend.

@BossEllis - You're welcome. It is very scarce indeed!

Scoredaddy said...

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tony said...

New Link for Me, Natalie is up :)

Dom1 said...

Hi Tony...any chance you might have Lai's La Belle Histoire or know where I might find it? It was definitely released.

tony said...

Hey Dom, just uploaded for you!

Dom1 said...

Wonderfull Tony... at long last I finally have my hands on it. Please drop in on me sometime - you know where it is - I am sure you will find something to your liking.

Magnus said...

Hey, tony!
Great job at the blog!
Could you please re-up Ernest Troost's Carriers? He is a great composer!
Thanks and keep going,
Magnus

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tony said...

@Magnus - Sorry for the delay. Yes, I shall re-up Carriers soon!

@Colonel Saunders -Many thanks friend for this great Sunday edition!
I've posted it on the main page.

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Nick said...

Hi Tony
Hope you are well.
Is there a possibility to post John Scott's score from "Shoot To Kill" on your blog?

All the best from sunny Switzerland :-)
Nick

Magnus said...

Hey, Tony!

Thanks A LOT for Carriers!

Cheers,
Magnus

tony said...

@Nick - I think I may still have that one. My hard drive crashed so I lost quite a bit. I'll let you know.

Nick said...

Hi Tony

Thank you very much for the John Scott score!

Best
Nick

tony said...

Nick - you're very welcome. And thank you so much for your donation. It is appreciated greatly :)

liamke said...

Hey Tony,
Thanks for Shoot to kill,very nice covers!!
I love you work friend,

Liamke

Alexander said...

Thanks for Black Sunday. I notice you have Keith Floyd as your Avatar (certainly looks like him, anyway). Did you know that he died yesterday?

tony said...

@liamke - thank you my friend. Unfortunately I can't take credit for the covers, but thank you just the same :)

@alexander - Yes, the sad news was related to me yesterday. He was a culinary genius and a great man in my humble opinion.

Pedro said...

Tony - I found the extended version of Delerue's "Regarding Henry" with 52 min of music. Are you interested?

tony said...

@Pedro - Oh yes, that would be fantastic! Thanks Pedro :)

Pedro said...

Here is an mp3 rip of CD:

http://rapidshare.com/files/284982853/Regarding_Henry.zip

Note the improved sound quality.

tony said...

Excellent my friend! Do you want me to post the link on the front page of my blog?

Pedro said...

Of course!!!

Pedro said...

Love the cover!!! So how is the score? Better?

tony said...

@Pedro - Thank you! I think the sound quality is better than the other one :)

Alexander said...

Hi Tony. Just to let you know that your upload of the Black Sunday score is a dead link on Megaupload.

http://tonyssecondhandscores.blogspot.com/2009/09/black-sunday-colonel-saunders-edition.html

Alexander

tony said...

@Alexander -Thank you for letting me know. The link and post has been removed until further notice.

Pedro said...

Tony - I also found the best version of Delerue's SWTWC!!

The sound quality is far better than the version posted, and all the track titles are properly labeled.

Enjoy!!!

http://rapidshare.com/files/287924675/Something_Wicked_This_Way_Comes.zip

Pedro said...
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tony said...

@Pedro - Thanks again my friend!
Will upload, and post this one soon.

BORBOLETAS DE JADE said...

Dear partner of the blogosphere. Greetings in the name of the Butterflies of Jade, typical figure of the avant garde jazz. Congratulations for your hard work here expressed for fans of film music. Wish to inform that the link Arqivo "PAR OU 't'es rentré' On t'a pas vu Sortir - Alan Silvestri is broken and I want to download this file. Thank you for the opportunity to be here and is the invite to visit the Butterflies of Jade.

tony said...

@BORBOLETAS DE JADE - Will try to repost soon!

benbridges said...

This is a fabulous, user-friendly and visually attractive blog. Please keep your shares coming! And is there any chance of a re-up for Elmer Bernstein's GENERAL ELECTRIC THEATER? Many thanks in advance!

tony said...

@BORBOLETAS DE JADE - New link is up!

@benbridges- thank you. Always looking for rare treats to share.

Check back later today for GE Theater.
I'm uploading now :)

benbridges said...

TONY - THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR RE-UPPING ELMER BERNSTEIN'S GENERAL ELECTRIC THEATER!

Ian said...

THanks for the Avengers music.

You don't by any chance know hich music is which from each episode.

THanks

tony said...

@BenBridges - You're very welcome!

@Ian - I believe it was taken from 'The Interrogators' episode. Cheers.

BossEllis said...

Hi Tony thanks very much for the Howard Blake posts you've provided over the past 3 months; did you see my recent contribution on Isbums TWS of Blakes "A Month in the Country" violin suite?

Fynalee said...

Hi, Tony,
I "accidentally" discovered your site this evening while trying to find a song that I first loved as part of a soundtrack. I really don't have any idea how this works...I was trying to locate the song, ""It's Time to Say I Love You," from "The Other Side of the Mountain" Part 2... then I came across your blog, and saw the album work for both parts, etc. I haven't seen these in years! How do I download the music? I clicked onto Rapid share, and didn't quite "get" whether I needed to join some group as "Premium" member, or what...it would be incredible if I could somehow get the entire soundtrack for Part 2. Could you please explain how your blog works? Thanks! Also, I don't know if you have any access to a made-for-TV movie soundtrack... it was from the movie, "Son-Rise: The Miracle Continues," about a child with autism. The theme song is "Is there room in your world for me?" and was sung by Debby Boone...early 1980's...Thanks so much! Mary

tony said...

@BossEllis - Yes, I managed to get that one. Thank you!

@Fynalee - Hi there! All you need to do is click on the link, and then click free user. Just wait until the countdown starts. Wait until it ends, and then click the download and save it to your computer. :)
Also, I look around for the Debby Boone song.

benbridges said...

Is there any chance of re-upping Bill Conti's MASS APPEAL to Rapidshare?? I've all but given up hope of dealing with Megaupload and I'm keen to plug my Conti collection with this rarity!! Thanks in advance, and for keeping this site consistently brilliant!!

tony said...

@benbridges- thanks again for your kind comments. I'll re-up Mass Appeal soon. I've having some issues I need to deal with. Try to have it done by the weekend.

tony said...

@Benbridges-- New Link for Mass!

benbridges said...

Thank you for the re-up of MASS APPEAL, Tony! Yet again I find myself hopelessly in your debt!!

liamke said...

Hey Tony,
I wish you also a very nice Christmas week with your family to.
Liamke.

isbum said...

Have a wonderful Christmas Tony!

May my favorite blog, this home away from home, continue to bring many new film music treasures to us all.

Best wishes always,

isbum

tony said...

Thank you isbum. A a very Merry one to you as well :)
I left a little note @ your blog too!

liamke said...

Happy New Year greetings to your friends & family ,
Liamke

avengers said...

I see the poster of The House Of Cards. What does this mean?
I've been looking for this film forever.
Have you the soundtrack or can point me to the right place regarding this film.

Nick said...

Hi Tony
First of all; i wish you a great 2010!
I'm looking for the soundtrack from "On Golden Pond" by Dave Grusin.
Can you help?

Best
Nick

tony said...

@avengers- No soundtrack released, but here a link for the DVD :)

http://www.ioffer.com/i/House-of-Cards-George-Peppard-Inger-Stevens-1968-DVD-52148636

@Nick- Here ya go! N-Joy :)

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=YWQXXMBC

GoblinScore said...

HA, love it, my PROPHECY cue titles are still making the rounds! Mrs. Goblin & I stayed up one drunken night making those up and a great bloke from the UK devised the art :) what a fun score, hope it gets a real release someday soon! Cheers!

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Nick said...

Hi Tony
Thank you very much for the Grusin - On Golden Pond!!
You know, Dave is one of my biggest musical hereoes, i went on his concert last november "live in Zurich" with his brother Don :-))

Cheers
Nick

Nick said...

Hi Tony
Here is another request:)
I'm looking for just one track from the OST "Soulman" by Tom Scott. The Song is called "Sweet Sarah".

Best
Nick

tony said...

Here ya go Nick :)

http://www.sendspace.com/file/lc3b9r

Nick said...

Hi Tony

Wow, thank you so much! :-)
Cheers
Nick

tony said...

You're very welcome! :)

janus2810 said...

Hi Tony! Been a long time since I dropped by! I was very excited to see the score for Blood Relatives, I have a score from the film, however, the one I have is by French Composer Pierre Jansen. If you want it, I can upload it for you! Hope all is well! JP janus2810@hotmail.com

tony said...

Hi Janus,
it has been a very long time. So glad you dropped by and are enjoying the music. I'd love to have the other version of Blood Relatives :)
Anytime you get a chance, that would be great!
BTW-- Didn't you post Panic Button @ Jim's place? I would love to share that here too if you wouldn't mind?
Cheers!

janus2810 said...

I did post Panic Button somewhere, and yes, you can post it here if you like, great soundtrack! I believe I posted the stereo copy, I also have a mono version if anyone is interested.

I will try to dig out blood relatives soon

Thanks

JP

tony said...

Great! Is there much of a difference between the mono and stereo? Also, I prepared a back cover for it, but not sure if perhaps you may have covers yourself. It's a fun score for sure :)

djhippo said...

Dear Tony,

firstfully thanks for all your efforts in the past, building this wonderful place for film music.

You said, we should inform you, if a link is broken. Once again, the link for "Oh, God ! Book II" by Charles Fox went down. If it's not too much work, a re-upload would be appreciated.

Scott O. said...

Panic Button-- WOW!!! What an amazing score!!

Thank you!

tony said...

@ djhippo No problem. Should have it done soon :)

@Scott O- You're very welcome. Janus2810 is amazing too!

riddim1903 said...

@Tony!

You are not only a trly nice person, a great supportive friend to all the other bloggers, but also have great taste in music! My god another George Garvarentz, awesome Tony! I bow respectfully as I am enjoying it already. Stay in good health!

djhippo said...

Thank you so much, @tony, for your huge generousity :)

tony said...

@riddim1903- Thank you dear friend for your kind words. The feeling is mutual :) N-Joy!

@djhippo - New link up for Oh God! Have a great weekend :)

djhippo said...

@ tony,

you made my weekend complete. You are wonderful!

kanika said...

I'm specially interested in music "A month in the country violin suite"(H Blake). If you have this music,of course. thank you!!

janus2810 said...

here's Panic Button in Stereo:

http://rapidshare.com/files/350128236/Panic_Button__Stereo_.rar

And Pierre Jansen - VIolette Noziere/Les Liens du Sang:

http://rapidshare.com/files/350125117/Violette_Noziere_Les_Liens_Du_Sang.rar

N-JOy! JP

tony said...

@Kanika -I sent a reply to your email a moment ago. I'll do my best to post the requested score. :)

@Janus2810- Thanks pal. I appreciate it very much :)

myadoringpublic said...

Hey Tony, I have really been enjoying your blog for the last couple of years. I was wondering if you had or were aware of a record by Billy Goldenberg from the mid seventies that has his score for the Columbo episode "Ransom for a Dead Man" and and music from movies that he scored in the early seventies? Its really hard to find. I'd love to hear the music though. Again thanks for the great music on your blog

tony said...

@myadoringpublic- I think I may still have a copy of this. Give me a few days and I'll get back to you :)

myadoringpublic said...

Awesome! I will keep my fingers crossed.

myadoringpublic said...

Wow, thanks so much for posting the Billy Goldenberg record. That made my day

tony said...

You're Welcome!

Isidro said...

Hi Tony,
This an amazing blog! There are so many scores here I have been searching for (esp. some of the Delerues), I feel bad requesting more. Do you, or does anybody else here for that matter, know where one could get Masaru Sato's score for "Sword of Doom," or Rolfe Kemp's score for "House of Yes"? Thanks again for all of the great uploads!

Isidro said...

woops, I meant Rolfe Kent.

Jeffrey said...

Hi Tony-
Thank you much for the recent posting of Film and Television Scores by Billy Goldenberg. Do you happen to have the Billy Goldenberg soundtrack to "The Grasshopper" (1970)? It floated around the music blogs in 2007, but I've come to find all the links have expired. Thanks again and I enjoy your blog immensely!
Jeff

riddim1903 said...

@Tony,

What a great find, the Expanded Airport! Thank you ever so much! As usual. Peace and goofd health to you my dear friend :)

riddim1903 said...

@ Tony

Sorry Tony,

I just noticed in mmy prior msg I wished you goofd healt! I would never wish anyone goofed health :)) Please forive me. (sheesh!!!)

tony said...

@Jeffrey - Yes, I have the Grasshopper. I'll try to have it done in a day or so.

@riddim1903- Happy to please my friend :) All the best goofd health too LOL.

isbum said...

Hi Tony! That Goldenberg record NEVER sounded better than it does here!
Laughimg at all the people misspelling things here.

What kind of "spell" are you putting people under when they visit I Love My Terntable??

Just wonderful set of posts here, I had to say thamks! ;)

isbum said...

This Goldenberg can't be from Lp?

It's just too clean.

Dom1 said...

@Tony - thanks for Columbo and of course 'Change Of Habit.'

@isbum - I was thinking just the same, too clean for vinyl. Did you not post another version of this? 11 tracks from Ransome plus 3 bonus tracks including Duel?

tony said...

@isbum and Dom1--You're very Qwelcome :)
I bought this boot cd years ago @ a music convention in LA. One of the few I actually kept! Glad to pass it along.

isbum said...

@ Dom1 - Yes, I did. Now this replaces it verrry nicely.

@ Tomy - Sweet find! You been holding out on us. ;)

Jeffrey said...

Much thanks Tony for posting The Grasshopper! You've made this Monday morning brighter.
All my best, Jeffrey

gremlin said...

Get better soon Tony.


:)

DS said...

Tony, I've never left a comment before but I absolutely adore your blog and feel you're making a great contribution to the film score community by making all of these obscure and unreleased scores you discover available to the public. I hope you feel better soon.

Dom1 said...

Get well soon Tony.

GSW said...

@Tony - I hope you get to feeling better soon. Get plenty of rest.

John James said...

@ Tony
Get well & all the best.

tony said...

What a lovely surprise to check in and read such wonderful well wishes. Thank you all so much, and special thanks to Isbum for always being so kindhearted. I hope to return soon.
Many thanks again :)

riddim1903 said...

@Tony

Wish you a speedy recovery my Friend! Get up so you can continue to enjoy some more of that lovely red wine ;-)

Nick said...

Hi Tony

I'm looking for the Dave Grusin soundtrack "Author Author!" from 1982.

Can you help :-)

Best
Nick

tony said...

Hi Nick,
Yes have it, and will try to post asap :)

riddim1903 said...

Dear Toni, yesterday I sent you an invitation to make sure you can continue to stop by IN THE UNIVERSE as usual. It is moderator invitation, but ignore it. Just accept it, please because I am not expecting you to do anything, when you accept it, I will be having more room for another reader.
Thanks in advance my Dear Friend. I hope that you are doing all right :)

Olaf said...

Hi there!

I write my message here, because it is the latest entry.

Your Fred Karlin files named "FK-"
(e.g. The Last Giraffe) have been removed from rapidshare.

Strangely enough this happened shortly after i excessively searched rapidshare for Fred Karlin entries and downloaded some provided by you. This may be a conincidence but i feel somewhat responsible. Could you provide the Karlin uploads again? I got only The Last Giraffe sadly :( - but that one is great :).

Unknown Uploader said...

Question about PASSOVER PLOT (Alex North) uploaded here. Did North compose any new music or just reuse music from other movies (like SPARTACUS)? If the latter, did someone hunt down all the cues to make the upload?

tony said...

@riddim1903-- Yes, thank you friend. Still having some health issues, but I'll drop in soon :)

@Olaf-- Rapidshare links have been deleted. I'll try my best to upload them with another service as soon as I can.

@Unknown Uploader- As far as I can tell, the music is an original score composed specifically for the film.

Unknown Uploader said...

Thanks Tony. I guess North must have simply reused some music, since there's at least 3 cues from Spartacus. I'm still enjoying the PASSOVER PLOT score, don't get me wrong! Since it's unreleased, I was just speculating on where it might have come from.

Jim said...

Hi Tony, I do hope that the health issues are soon resolved ...

tony said...

@Unknown Uploader-
Very interesting, thank you for the info :)

@Jim- Thanks Jim, hopefully by next week I'll be back to "normal." :)

www.internetmoviegilesdavis.com said...

Hi! Your blog is fantastic. I was watching Columbo a couple of weeks ago and the music that Billy Goldenberg created for it stopped me dead in my tracks. I instantly searched the name out and found your blog. Keep up the good work. Any chance of re-uploading the Columbo OST from Feb? I'm dying to hear it. Thank you so, so much.
G.

Kel said...

Hi Tony!
Is there a chance you can locate a copy of the John Cameron soundtrack to Sunburn (1979)?

Unknown Uploader said...

Here's an upload of the COLUMBO LP with additional tracks:
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=HOQSF6JE
Tracklist is:
1-11. Columbo: Ransom For A Dead Man
12-13. Kojak Theme
14-21. The Harness
22-32. Change Of Habit
33. Up The Sandbox

Unknown Uploader said...

Tony, would you mind if I adapted your COLUMBO inserts for the COLUMBO cdr I have (see above upload)?

www.internetmoviegilesdavis.com said...

THANK YOU SO, SO MUCH FOR THE COLUMBO UPLOAD!

Unknown Loader said...

Inre COLUMBO, I should specify my upload is slightly different from Tony's insert. Two tracks were non-TV versions conducted by someone else:

1. Columbo Theme (performed by the John Gregory Orchestra)
2-11. Columbo:Ransom for a Dead Man
12. Kojak Theme (performed by the John Gregory Orchestra)
13. Kojak Theme (TV version)
14-21. The Harness
22-32. Change of Habit
33. Up the Sandbox

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