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Miscellaneous things I wanted to post (you might find any style of music here though you'll probably see an emphasis on film, TV, & stage music & you'll find albums, individual tracks, & compilations). Enjoy!

Updated: 2017-11-17T04:30:20.326-08:00


A Slightly Embarassing Post Coming Up.........


I should be posting a slightly embarassing post for the New Year coming up soon (and by soon, take that for what it's worth!). Don't get your hopes up though, it's not really that interesting............. :)))

TV Characters Sing Just For You, Vol. 4 - Christmas Fun (2007)


I actually couldn't think of anything too interesting to post this Christmas, but as seems to happen a lot, this compilation turned out better than I thought it was going to, so maybe it ended up being interesting after all.I was actually going to post a few more Christmas compilations but I completely ran out of time (you'd think I'd see that coming, but it always takes me by surprise). So you may get to hear some more Christmas music after the New Year! (I know you're really looking forward to that!)Have lots of Christmas (and holiday) fun listening to this compilation and as always.....................Enjoy!Track List:01 - Kukla, Fran and Ollie (Burr Tillstrom & Fran Allison) - A Good, Good Boy02 - Tweety & Sylvester - I Tawt I Taw Ol' Tanty Claus (1994)03 - Dennis Day & Jack Benny - I'm Ready Dennis - [Spoken]04 - Dennis Day - Jingle Bells05 - The Partridge Family - Winter Wonderland (1971)06 - The Brady Bunch - Silver Bells07 - Antonio 'Huggy Bear' Fargas - It's Christmas - [from 'Starsky & Hutch' (1975-1979)]08 - Count Floyd (Joe Flaherty) - Reggae Christmas Eve in Transylvania - [from 'SCTV' (1977-1984)]09 - Bob Rivers - Have Yourself An Ozzy Little Christmas (2002)10 - The Cryptkeeper (John Kassir) - Deck The Hall With Parts Of Charlie (1995)11 - Twin Peaks Cast Parody - The Twelve Days Of Christmas12 - Dickie Goodman - Santa & The Touchables13 - Mark Jonathan Davis - The Christmas Song by Lt. Sulu (1995)14 - Mystery Science Theatre 3000 Cast - Merry Christmas...If That's OK (1996)15 - Dennis Day & Jack Benny - Dennis - [Spoken]16 - Ren & Stimpy - We Wish You A Hairy Chestwig (1993)17 - Cast - The Lord's Bright Blessing - [from 'Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol' (1962)]18 - Robert Downey, Jr. & Vonda Shepard - White Christmas - [from 'Ally McBeal']19 - Cast - Winter Was Warm - [from 'Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol' (1962)]20 - Kukla, Fran and Ollie (Burr Tillstrom & Fran Allison) - Christmas Is A Time21 - Cast - It Happened In Sun Valley (1999) - [from 'South Park']22 - The Brady Bunch - Frosty The Snowman23 - Snow Miser (Dick Shawn) - Snow Miser - [from 'Year Without a Santa Claus']24 - Heat Miser (George S. Irving) - Heat Miser - [from 'Year Without a Santa Claus']25 - The Partridge Family - Santa Claus Is Coming to Town (1971)26 - Rose Marie - Santa Send A Fella - [from 'The Dick Van Dyke Show' (1961-1966)]27 - Billy Crystal - The Christmas Song (Edit) (1985)28 - Eddie 'Kookie' Byrnes - Yulesville (1959) - [from '77 Sunset Strip' (1958-1964)]29 - Ren & Stimpy - Happy Holiday Hop (1993)30 - Dan Blocker - Deck The Halls - [from 'Bonanza' (1959-1973)]31 - Bob Smith - Howdy Doody's Christmas Party - Side 332 - Santa Claus, Tweety, Daffy Duck, Foghorn Leghorn, Elmer Fudd, Taz, & Pepe Le Pew - We Wish You A Merry Christmas (And A Looney New Year!) (1994)33 - Mark Jonathan Davis - Let It Snow by Lt. Sulu (1996)34 - Dennis Day & Jack Benny - Oh Mr. Benny - [Spoken]password = youdontTV Characters Sing Just For You, Vol. 4 - Christmas Fun - Part 1 (Rapidshare)TV Characters Sing Just For You, Vol. 4 - Christmas Fun - Part 2 (Rapidshare)ORTV Characters Sing Just For You, Vol. 4 - Christmas Fun (Megaupload)around 107 MB[...]

Tribute Series, Vol. 1 - Maureen O'Hara


I was watching 'Miracle On 34th Street' a little while ago (which they haven't taken to showing much on free televsion in the last decade or so, but thankfully they showed it this year) and it made me want to post a tribute to Maureen O'Hara, so here it is!I've been wanting to do a tribute series for some time so I thought this would be as good a place to start as any.Maureen O'Hara is one of my favorite actors (though I guess it's fair to say that that group is fairly large......and hopefully some of them will turn up in future Tributes!)Maureen was born in 1920 as Maureen Fitzsimmons (or FitzSimons). (It would be a neat trick though if she had somehow been born as someone other than herself.)I think she may also have been Irish.She was one of the most beautiful women in film as the above pictures prove. She always seemed to have a look of sweetness but you always knew that beneath that was a core of pure Irish steel. (Is Ireland known for its steel production?)She started with a bit part in 1938's 'Kicking The Moon Around' (which featured Ambrose & His Orch., by the way, for all those Ambrose fans) and then in 1939 went under contract with Charles Laughton to America where they made William Dieterle's' The Hunchback Of Notre Dame' & Alfred Hitchcock's 'Jamaica Inn' together. (and later Jean Renoir's 'This Land Is Mine' (1943) with Laughton as a Nazi-fighting schoolteacher. Somehow always reminds me of that movie where Errol Flynn plays the Nazi-fighting Norwegian fisherman.)Her role as the gypsy girl Esmeralda in 'Hunchback' was a pretty memorable introduction to American audiences (unless you don't remember it, in which case, ignore what I just said). Sanctuary! Sanctuary!........sorry, just like 'Daktari! Daktari!', I feel compelled to say that every once in a while.She did a remake of Katherine Hepburn's 'A Bill Of Divorcement' in 1940 with Adolphe Menjou in the role John Barrymore originally played (which is kind of strange considering that it was only 8 years after the original. I guess it just goes to show that today's studios have longer attention spans before they do a remake......or not.) The remake was written by Dalton Trumbo, by the way. Don't know why I mention that, but it seemed interesting. Okay, maybe only to me.Speaking of remakes (and things that are only interesting to me), she also made 'Sentimental Journey' (1946) about a dying woman who adopts an orphan, which was remade as 'The Gift Of Love' (1958) starring Lauren Bacall......and both films were composed by Cyril Mockridge! (who also did the music for 'Miracle On 34th Street')By the way, I believe Tony at I Luv My Turntable has posted The Gift Of Love.....which is yet another reason why I Love Tony AND His Turntable! So go over there and give him the gift of love.......or at least a nice comment! (and say Hi for me!)Then she got another big boost by playing the Welsh girl, Angharad, in love with Walter Pidgeon's character in John Ford's 'How Green Was My Valley'. I wonder.......if you're Irish, is it hard to play Welsh? Are the Welsh offended? Will I stop ending sentences with a question mark?Considering Walter Pidgeon was playing a minister though, her character didn't have the easiest of times in the movie. The movie was a John Ford masterpiece (at least I think so) and one of the four non-Westerns for which he won an Oscar. (Not that you asked or anything, but the others were 'The Informer', 'The Grapes Of Wrath', & 'The Quiet Man'. And who says the Academy doesn't have respect for Westerns?) It beat out Citizen Kane, by the way, which I'm sure some people today may still be cheesed off about. I wouldn't be one of them though and I understand why it won (and basically agree with the choice, but that's a discussion for another day), but it is definitely like saying one apple is juicier than another orange.This movie also reminds me of the story (if I remember right) of how John Ford did multiple takes of Maureen O'Hara walking in her bridal gown after her marri[...]

The Sound Of Music (a.k.a., T'zlili Hamuzika) (1995 Israeli Cast) (Rodgers & Hammerstein)


Back when I reposted the Alternative Stage Music, Vols. 3-5, 'Anonymous' wondered if I could post the entire album to 'The Sound Of Music' stage version in Hebrew, so I thought since they always re-run the movie 'The Sound Of Music' at Christmas time that now would be a good time to post this. This post is also probably appropriate to celebrate Hannukah now that I think about it.It stars Chani Nachmias (as Maria) & Sasi Keshet (as Von Trapp) and as always, it's nice to hear an Israeli cast playing Austrian characters in an American musical.It occurs to me that since I'm very unlikely to ever post the film soundtrack (as opposed to this stage version) on the blog that now is my golden opportunity to actually talk about the film. When do I ever get the chance to do that if not now? (Sure, it might break out in the middle of a Jerry Goldsmith post, but it hasn't happened yet, so now seems as good a time as any.)It's interesting to me how the film became an annual Christmas tradition. I'm not sure when that happened (or why exactly), but it's nice that at least it gets shown nationally once a year. It's like 'The Ten Commandments' (1956) at Easter. It's still sort of odd though because there was a time when they'd show these movies all year round. Just as with 'It's A Wonderful Life', I don't think these movies were particularly associated with holiday viewing. Obviously, 'It's A Wonderful Life' has a more natural connection, but perhaps they were so familiar to people that they didn't feel the need to run them but once a year.But in the case of 'The Sound Of Music', when you think about it, there is no particular Christmas connection. The same thing goes for the song, 'My Favorite Things', being put on so many Christmas compilations. It's only because 'My Favorite Things' makes you think of gifts, I suppose. I almost wonder if that's why they show the movie at Christmas time. That and the fact that it's a nice family film. (Any movie with Nazis has to be a good family film.)Every time I watch it with all the other holiday movies, I keep expecting that a Christmas tree should pop up or Santa will come skiing down the mountain, but it never happens. (Is there a Christmas tree in the movie? I forget.)Well, I remember when I was watching the movie, maybe 10 or 15 years ago, and it suddenly occurred to me how amazing the screenplay was. (I know, sometimes I'm pretty slow on the uptake.) It occurred to me that even though the telecast was 4 hours long, the movie was never boring. Usually, you expect the story to flag or lull somewhere, but I realized that as each conflict is resolved a new one is presented. It's done so seamlessly that it drives the narrative without really sagging at any point. (Which is really what a good screenplay is supposed to do, but you see a lot of really long movies where it gets occasionally this post. But great movies like 'Lawrence Of Arabia' or 'Dances With Wolves' never feel long.)You start with the question of whether Maria is going to make a good nun and while that question is still up in the air, she's sent to the Von Trapps. Then, you wonder if she's going to make a good governess and whether she's going to get along with the children (and whether Christopher Plummer is going to get along with his own children). Then after she bonds with them over 'My Favorite Things' and a little 'Do Re Mi', that conflict's resolved, but then you quickly move to the question of their potential new stepmother and Maria's feelings for the Captain. You have Eleanor Parker as romantic rival and wicked stepmother (that role, by the way, was a little more beefed up, musically, in the stage version, with her and Richard Haydn's characters getting some additional songs).Then as soon as Maria and the Captain realize their love for each other, the questions of their romantic triangle, their feelings for each other, and Maria's future as a nun are all wrapped up neatly in one fell stroke (with [...]

The Red Pony (1973 TV) / The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965) (Jerry Goldsmith) [Bootleg]


Here's the score to the TV-Movie version of 'The Red Pony' starring Henry Fonda and Maureen O'Hara. As you would expect from Mr. Goldsmith, it's a nice score and it has one additional track from 'The Agony And The Ecstasy' as well.And I think almost everything I just said you could've figured out by looking at the album cover, reading the track list, and looking at the post heading.'s a real toss-up as to whether I should've called the blog, 'Inferior Old Rips' or 'States The Obvious'. It goes back and forth from day to day, but I guess I'll keep the name the way it is.Since it's a bootleg, there are no real track titles (unless the names Jerry came up with just happened to be 'Track' which would seem to be uncharacteristically unimaginative and repetitive on his part).Well, anyway, if you look at one of the later posts you can probably tell why I decided to post this particular score. Although I guess a score to a nice family movie like this is appropriate for the season (and depending on your mood, I suppose, 'The Agony And The Ecstasy' might also apply).And, while you're at it, it also might be fun to compare it to Aaron Copland's version of 'The Red Pony' from the 1949 film starring Myrna Loy & Robert Mitchum. I'm sure if you hunt around, it's probably been posted in multiple places by now. A good bet, if it's still available, is to check out Scoredaddy's marvelous Copland compilation. (There's another wonderful blog and blogger I haven't talked about yet on this blog. Well, I'm so behind on everything else, why should that be any different?)And I just realized another good reason to post this was that it was once requested way back when by Stevo (though I'm guessing he doesn't come here anymore), but as you can tell, a request never fully dies out here. It just sleeps once in a while. (It's either that or the curse of a long memory, I'm not sure which).Well, it was a good thing I was working on that other post, otherwise it would've never occurred to me to post this. I'd completely forgotten I had this! Well, I'm sure someone else has posted this by now, but I'm pretty sure redundant music is still good music.......oh, and enjoy your Christmas pony!Track List:01 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 0102 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 0203 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 0304 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 0405 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 0506 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 0607 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 0708 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 0809 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 0910 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 1011 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 1112 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 1213 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 1314 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 1415 - The Red Pony (1973 TV) - Track 1516 - The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965) - Prologue - Track 16pw = youdontThe Red Pony (1973 TV) / The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965) (Jerry Goldsmith) - Part 1 (Rapidshare) - 90 MBThe Red Pony (1973 TV) / The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965) (Jerry Goldsmith) - Part 2 (Rapidshare) - 43 MBORThe Red Pony (1973 TV) / The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965) (Jerry Goldsmith) (Megaupload)around 133 MB@ 320 Kbps[...]

Home Alone Christmas (1993) (Various Artists)


(image) I had something in mind to post for the holidays, but when I went to look for it, I realized it was in storage, so I sort of copped out and ripped this instead. Really makes you want to download it, doesn't it? Actually, it's always nice to get different versions of songs and you can't actually go wrong with Darlene Love (or John Williams, for that matter), but you can probably tell I start to run out of imagination towards the end of the year. :))


Track List:

Home Alone Christmas (1993) - 01 - Darlene Love - All Alone On Christmas
Home Alone Christmas (1993) - 02 - Alan Jackson - A Holly Jolly Christmas
Home Alone Christmas (1993) - 03 - The Fox Albert Choir - My Christmas Tree
Home Alone Christmas (1993) - 04 - John Willi@ms - Somewhere In My Memory
Home Alone Christmas (1993) - 05 - Atlantic Starr - Silver Bells
Home Alone Christmas (1993) - 06 - TLC - Sleigh Ride
Home Alone Christmas (1993) - 07 - Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Christmas All Over Again
Home Alone Christmas (1993) - 08 - Southside Johnny Lyon - Please Come Home For Christmas
Home Alone Christmas (1993) - 09 - John Willi@ms - Merry Christmas, Merry Christmas
Home Alone Christmas (1993) - 10 - John Willi@ms - Carol Of The Bells
Home Alone Christmas (1993) - 11 - Mel Torme - Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Home Alone Christmas (1993) - 12 - Lisa Fischer - O Come All Ye Faithful

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Just Checking In.....


(image) I don't usually like to post anything until I have some music ready to go, but I realized that if I didn't say something on the blog every once in a while, people thought it was either dead or dormant, so I thought I'd just post this to say Hi! (and to let all interested parties know that I've left responses to their comments (at least on the most recent posts....the other ones are going to take me a while)). Wow! Wasn't that worth a post?

Happy Thanksgiving!


(image) Here's wishing everyone a happy Thanksgiving and try not to let the tryptophan get to you! (Sure I know it's an urban myth, but hey, if Halloween can have its myths I figure Thanksgiving should have some of its own too! Drowsiness isn't as scary as, say, alligators in the sewers, but at least it's something.)

I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving and has much more to be thankful for in the future!

And for everyone else around the world for whom Thanksgiving doesn't mean too much, I thought I'd post some pictures that Lacey asked about in the previous post. Unfortunately, I didn't have any high-resolution ones like Lacey asked about, but it's better than nothing. :))

So, here's something I'm always thankful for.................



Happy Halloween!........Anybody Miss Me?


(I was intending on posting these on Halloween, but couldn't come in until today so just pretend everything I wrote still applies. Just think of it as leftover Halloween candy that you are just finishing off now. Thanks!)[Truthfully, I just put up those pictures not so much because it's Halloween, but because I enjoy looking at Morgan Fairchild and Elizabeth Montgomery. :))]Happy Halloween everybody! Well, in my seemingly never-ending quest to drive people away from the blog, it occurs to me that I haven't actually posted anything since Bastille Day! Boy, I can't believe it's been that long. Well, I'll probably talk about it later in a long and boring post, but for now I thought I'd write this one on Halloween instead (well, you know what I mean).(And I intend on saying hello to everyone I've missed, talking about all those great newer blogs, catching up with people and things, etc. since I've been away from the blog (if I have the stamina). But in the meantime, a paltry and insufficient shout-out to Rocket From Mars, Isbum, Filmpac, Breton Girl, First Moon, Vince, and all the other really nice people out there....and I'll be contacting you eventually, River, if you're still interested.) I wasn't actually going to post anything for Halloween this year because I couldn't really think of anything interesting to do. Last year when I posted the Cannibals-A-Go-Go compilation, I was actually going to post a Zombies-A-Go-Go comp at the same time, but it was too exhausting. There was so much zombie-related music and some of it wasn't as interesting as the cannibal music that I ran out of time (and interest) to do it, but I always thought I'd post it for next Halloween if the blog was still here.Well, when it came time this year, it was the same old story. Didn't really feel like pulling out all those zombie songs (there are so many more zombie movies than there are cannibal'd think people would like singing about flesh-eating just as much, but for some reason they don't).Well, when I tried thinking of something I might post for Halloween that would be interesting, I still couldn't think of anything (though honestly I didn't actually spend a whole lot of time thinking about it). While I was pondering it though, it occurred to me that I haven't actually posted all that much horror music on the blog since last Halloween. I think it's because there are so many great horror blogs and sites out there that already post so much music all year round that that ground is pretty well covered. Same thing happens at Christmas time.Everything's been done to death (no pun intended). And I'd rather listen to other people's horror mixes (and as an added bonus, it also saves me the work!) than put together my own with all the same old tracks. So, I wasn't going to post anything this year, but over the weekend, I thought, 'Gee, I should put up something'.Still couldn't think of anything interesting to do, so I sort of copped out and threw some stuff together at the last minute.So just think of these posts as placeholders until something better comes along. Well, at least what the posts lack in originality, they make up for in being old. Most of them are old rips of mine (though new to the blog) which has the great advantage of saving me a lot of typing........uh, I mean of ensuring the kind of quality that only comes with age.Though a few of them are ones I've been meaning to post for a while and some are brand new. And I was able to include some artwork this time around. Also, I thought I'd toss in a new compilation while I was at it, so I hope all you ghouls and goblins, werewolves and she-wolves, vampires and vampettes, have a wonderful All Hallow's Eve and an even better All Saints Day![...]

Horror Stars Sing Just For You


Well, because I wasn't really planning on posting anything for Halloween, I only decided to do this yesterday and ended up throwing together this compilation last night (which is why it's being posted on Halloween day instead of yesterday!), so I can't really guarantee its quality. These rush jobs are always a little suspect since you just end up putting on tracks off the top of your head rather than really thinking about them and looking through your collection and coming up with something better, but after I finished it I liked it better than I thought I was going to. It's funny how often that happens. Maybe it's the power of low expectations.And I was actually going to call it 'Horror Stars Perform Just For You' just because you can't always call what they're doing singing, but I thought I'd keep it consistent with the other compilations on the blog.Have a happy, merry, and scary Halloween (or what's left of it)!P.S. It occurs to me that I should dedicate this compilation to Rocket From Mars, First Moon, Vince (and all the other exceptionally nice people who have been so kind and seemed to enjoy my compilations in the past). Here's hoping that they will actually see this (assuming they haven't given up on the blog entirely!).Enjoy!Track List:01 - Norbert Schiller / Gene Wilder & Peter Boyle - Introduction / Puttin' On The Ritz02 - Christopher Lee - A More Humane Mikado03 - Boris Karloff & Chorus - The Pirate Song04 - Vincent Price - Pork Chops05 - Anthony Hopkins - 'I Ate His Liver'06 - Anthony Hopkins - Ordinary Man07 - Jodie Foster - La Vie C'est Chouette08 - Christopher Lee - Mack The Knife09 - Crispin Hellion Glover - These Boots Are Made For Walking10 - Robert Englund / J. Peter Robinson - Prologue / Theme From Nightmare Cafe11 - Freddy Krueger & The Elm Street Group - Do The Freddy12 - Lon Chaney, Jr. - Monster Holiday13 - Lon Chaney, Jr. - Spider Baby14 - Butch Patrick - I Wish Everyone Was Born This Way15 - Jay Mohr - Christopher Walken Reading Goodnight Moon16 - Christopher Walken & John Travolta - (You're) Timeless To Me17 - Janet Leigh & Betty Garrett - There's Nothing Like Love18 - Anthony Perkins & Chorus - Summertime Love19 - Vincent Price & Company - I've Got A Rainbow Working For Me20 - Boris Karloff & Chorus - One Step Ahead21 - Joe Pesci & Fred Gwynne - 'Two Youts'22 - Fred Gwynne - It Takes All Kinds Of People23 - Vincent Price - Rub My Roast24 - John Carradine with The Chico Hamilton Quintet - Night Song For The Sleepless25 - Christopher Lee - Man Of La Mancha26 - Main Title from 'The 13 Ghosts Of Scooby-Doo'27 - Michael Jackson - Thriller28 - Vincent Price - Somewhere Over The RainbowTotal Time: 1:16:41Notes on the compilation:#1-#3: 3 men who've played Frankenstein's monster.#3-#5: 3 men who have unusual eating habits.#7-#8: A little trip across the pond.#9: I put him on primarily because of his remake of Willard, but he was fairly creepy in Charlie's Angels and Back To The Future now that I think about it. I've always wondered why he didn't do the Back To The Future sequels, but I was never quite curious enough to look it up. I always figured maybe he creeped out the producers to the point where they didn't want him back. Or maybe he asked for too much money. It seemed to me he didn't do too much after he almost kicked David Letterman in the head on his show until he appeared in Charlie's Angels. Maybe he was off somewhere doing arts and crafts.#11: Yeah, sure it's not Robert Englund, but at least it's The Elm Street Group. I can't wait for their next album. I heard Yoko Ono broke them up, but that's probably just a rumor.#14: You know, I've never been entirely convinced that that's Butch Patrick singing. I suspect that they just got somebody in to dub for him, but you just never know.#12-#14: You kn[...]

Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning)


(image) I've been meaning to post this for a while and I realized that it kind of fits Halloween so here's the score to the Judy Geeson / Martin Potter / Michael Redgrave movie about the exciting world of twins and their rambunctious adventures in swinging London! (The music is not so much scary as mod........but that could be pretty scary in its own way, when you think about it.)

For keen observers (or those people who are really just bored), you'll probably remember I used the first song of this score on the original Orphaned Film Songs compilation. For not-so-keen observers (or those people who are really interested), you probably don't care.


Track List:

Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning) - 01 - Tell the World We're Not In - [Vocal - The Peddlers]
Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning) - 02 - Jacki & Julian
Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning) - 03 - Houseboat Party No. 1
Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning) - 04 - Nothing's Good and Nothing's Free - [Vocal - Peter Lee Stirling]
Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning) - 05 - Woodlands Hotel
Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning) - 06 - Ritual Murder
Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning) - 07 - Goodbye Gemini - [Vocal - Jackie Lee]
Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning) - 08 - Houseboat Party No. 2
Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning) - 09 - Houseboat Party No. 3
Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning) - 10 - Forget About the Day - [Vocal - Peter Lee Stirling]
Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning) - 11 - Vauxhall Tavern Strip Medley
Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning) - 12 - Jacki's Nightmare
Goodbye Gemini (1970) (Christopher Gunning) - 13 - Jacki & Julian

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When The Whales Came (1989) (Christopher Gunning)


(image) Since I was going to post Goodbye Gemini and that happened to (sort of) fit the Halloween theme, I thought I'd post another Christopher Gunning score, but as far as I know, whales aren't nearly so scary.

It's to the Helen Mirren / Paul Scofield 'see a whale, pick it up, all the day you'll have good luck' movie.


Track List:

01 - Bryher, And The Curse Of Samson (Narration By Paul Scofield)
02 - Gracie Plays Truant
03 - The Birdman's Gift
04 - The Islanders
05 - Tempest - And First Visit To The Birdman
06 - The Crown Investigators
07 - Daniel's Gift For The Birdman
08 - War, And Jack's Dilemma
09 - Goodbye Jack
10 - The Birdman's Warning
11 - Lured To Samson
12 - Clemmie's Lament
13 - Whale Beached
14 - Saving The Whale
15 - Torches In The Sea
16 - Daniel
17 - Well Full: The Sailor Returns: Re-United!
18 - Redeemed

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When The Whales Came (1989) (Christopher Gunning) (Rapidshare)

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Plan 9 From Outer Space (1956)


Here's another one that probably nobody needs again since it's been posted in various places, but hey, what's life if you can't add your own superfluous rip to the mix?Now that I think about it, does anybody really need Plan 9 From Outer Space ripped at high quality 320 Kbps in pristine CD quality? Uh......well, truth be told, I forgot to set the encoder to a lower bitrate when I did this. Sometimes when I'm ripping these things I forget to reset it to different bitrates which is why you see some things at ridiculously high bitrates when they don't need to be. I've gotta stop doing that though because 320 takes up an enormous amount of space on the hard drive. Almost twice the size of 192 Kbps (and don't believe those people that say it doesn't make that much extra difference space-wise!). Originally, I was thinking of posting it at 128 Kbps, but I know people want all the extra clarity they can get when they're listening to aliens tell us how stupid we humans are.But as a consolation for insulting extra-terrestrials, the soundtrack (with score, dialogue, sound effects, and anything else that can possibly be recorded) is in one long untitled track.Is this really the worst film ever made? Well, out of all the films I've ever seen, it does go right up there. But on the other hand, I've seen films that were a lot more boring than Plan 9, so it seems to me that ought to count for something. It raises the interesting question, 'Are films that are better made technically, but a lot less interesting and a lot more dull, better or worse?' I don't know actually. I'd have to say the dull ones are worse though.I wish I could ask Bela Lugosi what he thought of this film, but he died while filming it (which is why you see a weird double hiding behind a cape throughout a lot of the picture). Well, if I could talk to a resurrected Bela Lugosi, I'd probably want to ask him about a lot of other things before getting to Plan 9, but you know what I mean. It'd be interesting just to talk to Tor Johnson or Vampira. Or Lyle Talbot. Or Nicole Kidman. (She wasn't in Plan 9 as far as I know, but it would still be interesting...............Is it wrong to hate Keith Urban?)Boy, my mind wanders after writing so many of these posts in a row (but what's my excuse the rest of the time?)Also, if I remember right, in case anybody was wondering, I think the music was stock library music. But I could be wrong. I didn't really want to have to dig out the liner notes again. I'm sure you can look it up somewhere. I do remember the liner notes mentioning The Grapes of Wrath though, if that helps. Don't ask me why. (Oh, and I forgot to mention that it's the Performance Records version, but you could probably tell that by now. I don't think the other version out there is one long track.)Enjoy!Track List (because how else would you be able to tell what you're listening to?):Plan 9 From Outer Space (1956) - 01 - Track01pw = youdontPlan 9 From Outer Space (1956) - Part 1 (Rapidshare) (around 90 MB)Plan 9 From Outer Space (1956) - Part 2 (Rapidshare) (around 73 MB)ORPlan 9 From Outer Space (1956) (Megaupload)around 163 MB@ 320 Kbps[...]

The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) [Pony Express]


(image) Boy, I'm getting a little punchy writing all these posts. Here's another old rip of mine and like so many of the others, I'm sure other people have posted this by now though perhaps not so much in the main part of blogs.

This is the Pony Express version of the score to the American remake (starring Jeff Bridges & Kiefer Sutherland) of the Dutch film.

Well, it's Goldsm|th and it's about a vanishing.....what more do you want? Happy Halloween!


Track List:

The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 01 - Barney
The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 02 - Diane And Jack
The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 03 - The Last Of Diane
The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 04 - Vanished
The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 05 - A New Love
The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 06 - Obsession
The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 07 - A New Life
The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 08 - Barney's Story
The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 09 - Diane's Fate
The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 10 - Jack's Choice
The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 11 - Night Chase
The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 12 - Grave Trouble / Resolution
The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 13 - No Coffee

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The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) [Pony Express] (Rapidshare)

The Vanishing (1993) (Jerry Goldsm|th) [Pony Express] (Megaupload)

around 69 MB

King Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) [cond. William Stromberg]


Well, last Halloween I posted the Southern Cross version of King Kong so this year I thought I'd post the Stromberg version. Yeah, I know, I'm sure it's been posted elsewhere by now, but it's Halloween, so why not? Again, buy it if you can because these discs are wonderful to own!I love the fact that Stromberg & Morgan & The Moscow Symphony reconstruct and put out so much of this material. I definitely need to buy more of them myself. Well, I bought this one so that's something at least. Now all I have to do is buy the other 100 or so. (Okay, it's not that many, but it sure seems like it.)In fact, if I remember right, I think I used this version on that Flying Themes compilation at the beginning of the blog.Uh....where was I? Hmmm.......King Kong, big ape movie, Fay Wray being pawed, Bruce Cabot being Bruce Cabot, Empire State Building, worst idea for an amusement attraction since Jurassic Park, and twas beauty doing something or other.Enjoy!P.S. Shouldn't Track #05 be, 'Meeting With The African-American Men'? Well, since they weren't American, probably not. It reminds me of the time that I was talking about Jerry Goldsmith with a friend of mine and my friend referred to the characters in Mulan as Asian-Americans. Before I could stop myself from being pedantic (too late already!), I ended up mentioning to him that they weren't really American. We had a good laugh about that (after he punched me in the face......okay, that didn't really happen, but I'm sure he was thinking about it).Track List:King Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 01 - Main TitleKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 02 - A Boat In The FogKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 03 - The Island - The RailingKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 04 - Jungle DanceKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 05 - Meeting With The Black Men (punia! casco!!)King Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 06 - The Little Monkey EscapesKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 07 - Sea At Night - Forgotten IslandKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 08 - Aboriginal Sacrificial DanceKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 09 - Entrance Of Kong - The Sailors - StegosaurusKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 10 - The BronteKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 11 - Log SequenceKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 12 - Cryptic ShadowsKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 13 - Stolen Love - The CaveKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 14 - The Snake - The Bird - The SwimmersKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 15 - The ReturnKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 16 - 'Hey Look Out! It's Kong, Kong's Coming!'King Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 17 - King Kong MarchKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 18 - Fanfares 1, 2, 3King Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 19 - Kong EscapesKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 20 - Elevated Train SequenceKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 21 - AeroplanesKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) - 22 - Finale ('It Was Beauty Killed The Beast')pw = youdontKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) [cond.Stromberg] - Part 1 (Rapidshare)King Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) [cond.Stromberg] - Part 2 (Rapidshare)ORKing Kong (1933) (Max Steiner) [cond.Stromberg] (Megaupload)around 170 MB@ 320 Kbps[...]

Q, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland)


Here's one I've been meaning to post for a long time ever since Detective Mitchell put it on his wish list. (By the way, does anybody know whatever happened to Detective Mitchell? Hope he's doing well. If you ever read this, Detective, say Hi!) Well, I felt bad that I never got around to posting this when he asked for it, but better late than never. Well, I waited so long that just as I was thinking of posting it, I realized it would make a good Halloween post, so I guess I can be thankful for small favors.Well, what can you say about a movie with Michael Moriarty and David Carradine in it? Hmmm......I can only imagine what the conversations must've been like at lunch.Enjoy some giant winged serpent music!Track List:Q, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 01 - Q: Main TitleQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 02 - Filet of Human SoulQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 03 - Blood Drops From The SkyQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 04 - Jewelry HeistQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 05 - Chrysler BuildingQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 06 - Womb At The TopQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 07 - Corpse In The RaftersQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 08 - He Crawls, He FliesQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 09 - The Winged Serpent (1982)Q, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 10 - Crunch, CrunchQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 11 - Joan Learns The Ugly TruthQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 12 - A Bird's Eye View - ManhattanQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 13 - Shep's Report DumpedQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 14 - Troops Prepare - Giant OmeletteQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 15 - Prime SuspectQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 16 - Ritual In The WarehouseQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 17 - Big Bird's Last StandQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 18 - Witchdoctor's RevengeQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 19 - Another Stab At ItQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 20 - Chicken Or the EggQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 21 - Q: End TitleQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) - 22 - Dancing Too Close To The Flame - [Vocal]pw = youdontQ, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) (Rapidshare)Q, The Winged Serpent (1982) (Robert O. Ragland) (Megaupload)around 67 MB[...]

Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith)


(image) Here's the (again, common) score to the Julian Sands / Richard E. Grant film. You have to pretty much like any film with Mary Woronov, I say.

I'm sure someone's posted this several times by now, but off-hand I can't remember anybody. Probably Phelpster at Manchester Morgue and many others have done it somewhere.

Well, did that convince you to download it? (Uh, well at least it convinced me to go to The Manchester Morgue. That's the important thing.)


Track List:

Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith) - 01 - The Sentence
Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith) - 02 - Ill Wind
Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith) - 03 - The Ring
Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith) - 04 - The Trance
Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith) - 05 - Old Age
Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith) - 06 - Grownig Pains
Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith) - 07 - The Weather Vane
Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith) - 08 - Nails
Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith) - 09 - The Uninvited
Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith) - 10 - Salt Water Attack
Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith) - 11 - The Salt Flats

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Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith) (Rapidshare)

Warlock (1989) (Jerry Goldsmith) (Megaupload)

around 79 MB

Freddy's Favorites - The Best of A N|ghtmare on Elm Street (1993)


Here's another one I always intended on posting when I started the blog, but a few blogs did it along the way, so I didn't bother. (Yes, it's another old rip of mine and yes I was feeling lazy). People post the individual scores so much, but it's always nice to have a roundup of Nightmares from time to time.Again, if it's still available, buy it because you can't have too many Nightmares.Enjoy!P.S. Don't worry, the actual filenames aren't this long. I abbreviated them on the actual track titles (but if you really want, you can always make them longer after you unzip it. 1000 or 2000 characters is always a good length).Track List:01 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 1 (1984) (Charles Bernstein) - Prologue02 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 1 (1984) (Charles Bernstein) - Main Title03 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 1 (1984) (Charles Bernstein) - Dream Attack04 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 1 (1984) (Charles Bernstein) - Sleep Clinic05 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 1 (1984) (Charles Bernstein) - Terror in the Tub06 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 1 (1984) (Charles Bernstein) - Lurking07 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 1 (1984) (Charles Bernstein) - Fountain of Blood08 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 1 (1984) (Charles Bernstein) - Evil Freddy09 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985) (Christopher Young) - Main Title10 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985) (Christopher Young) - Kissing Freddy on the Catwalk11 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985) (Christopher Young) - 'Kill For Me'12 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985) (Christopher Young) - Sports Attack / Threatening Angela13 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985) (Christopher Young) - Freed of Her14 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985) (Christopher Young) - Snake-in-the-Class15 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 3: The Dream Warrior (1987) (Angelo Badalamenti) - Opening16 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 3: The Dream Warrior (1987) (Angelo Badalamenti) - Taryn's Deepest Fear17 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 3: The Dream Warrior (1987) (Angelo Badalamenti) - Deceptive Romance18 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 3: The Dream Warrior (1987) (Angelo Badalamenti) - Rumbling Room19 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 3: The Dream Warrior (1987) (Angelo Badalamenti) - Puppet Walk20 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988) (Craig Safan) - Freddy's Back21 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988) (Craig Safan) - Joey's Wet Dream22 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988) (Craig Safan) - Freddy's Pizza Restaurant23 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988) (Craig Safan) - Debbie Checks In / Time Circles24 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989) (Jay Ferguson) - Prologue - Elm Street Kids25 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989) (Jay Ferguson) - Main Title26 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989) (Jay Ferguson) - Don't Drink and Drive27 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989) (Jay Ferguson) - The Asylum28 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989) (Jay Ferguson) - Hell on Wheels29 - A N|ghtmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989) (Jay Ferguson) - Freddy Cuts Up30 - Freddy's Dead: The Final N|ghtmare (1991) (Brian May) - Opening Titles31 - Freddy's Dead: The Final N|ghtmare (1991) (Brian May) - Main Title32 - Freddy's Dead: The Final N|ghtmare (1991) (Brian May) - Mama's Q-Tip33 - Freddy's Dead: The Final N|ghtmare (1991) (Brian May) - Back with Doc34 - Freddy's Dead: The Final N|ghtmare (1991) (Brian May) - Freddy Wins35 - Freddy's Dead: The Final N|ghtmare ([...]

Coma (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th)


(image) Another one from the old rip pile. This is one of my favorite Tom Selleck movies. Sure, he's not on for long, but I think he does a great job. I guess it also stars Genevieve Bujold and Michael Douglas and I think it has to do with some medical condition.

Another pretty common album that always gets posted somewhere (even here, I think, by Thingmaker), but I thought I'd add my inferior old rip too. I knew I should've called the blog, 'Inferior Old Rips'.

I don't know about you, but I can't get enough disco versions of Goldsm|th love themes. Happy Halloween (and try not to get into too many comas if you can help it)!


Track List:

Coma (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 01 - Jefferson Institute
Coma (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 02 - Study In Anatomy
Coma (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 03 - A Chance Encounter
Coma (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 04 - Love Theme from 'Coma'
Coma (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 05 - A Free Ride
Coma (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 06 - O.R. 8
Coma (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 07 - The Long View
Coma (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 08 - A Lucky Patient
Coma (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 09 - Love Theme from 'Coma' (Disco Version)
Coma (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 10 - Disco Strut [composed by Don Peake]

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Coma (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) (Rapidshare)

Coma (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) (Megaupload)

around 53 MB

Damien - Omen II (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th)


(image) Does anybody really need another posting of Damien? Uh.....I forget why I'm posting this now that I think about it. Maybe it was so I can get my paper stamped that says that I'm the 100th blog to post this. Well, it probably has something to do with Halloween, Goldsm|th, old rips, and other junk.

Well, how wrong could you go anyway? I'm sure most people have this in one form or another by now, but how can you resist a cute little tyke like Damien?


Track List:

Damien - Omen II (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 01 - Main Title
Damien - Omen II (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 02 - Runaway Train
Damien - Omen II (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 03 - Claws
Damien - Omen II (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 04 - Thoughtful Night
Damien - Omen II (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 05 - Broken Ice
Damien - Omen II (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 06 - Fallen Temple
Damien - Omen II (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 07 - I Love You, Mark
Damien - Omen II (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 08 - Shafted
Damien - Omen II (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 09 - The Knife
Damien - Omen II (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) - 10 - End Title (All The Power)

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Damien - Omen II (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) (Rapidshare)

Damien - Omen II (1978) (Jerry Goldsm|th) (Megaupload)

around 50 MB

The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein)


(image) It occurs to me that I don't put up enough Elmer Bernstein, but it's probably just because so many people post it all over the place. But it's Halloween (and this is another old rip of mine that I haven't posted before, so it fit really well into that whole lazy-and-didn't-want-to-go-to-a-lot-of-trouble-before-Halloween thing), so I thought I'd post it.

What's scarier than Macauley Culkin? I'm not sure, but if you don't want to know what happens to the dog, I'd skip Track #10.


Track List:

The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 01 - The Good Son
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 02 - Hospital
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 03 - Mark Arrives
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 04 - Evil
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 05 - Goodbye
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 06 - Treehouse
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 07 - Rocks & Rails
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 08 - Dog Chase
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 09 - Mom
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 10 - Killing the Dog
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 11 - Mr. Highway
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 12 - Dark
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 13 - Skating & Drowning
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 14 - Funeral
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 15 - Susan
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 16 - Richard's Duck
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 17 - Threat
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 18 - The Cliff
The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) - 19 - End Credits

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The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) (Rapidshare)

The Good Son (1993) (Elmer Bernstein) (Megaupload)

around 64 MB

Music For A Darkened Theatre, Vols. 1 & 2 (Danny Elfm@n)


Here's another old rip I pulled out since there are so many Halloween-oriented themes scattered throughout, but normally I wouldn't post this because other people have posted this in various places and it seems like it must be pretty available in stores somewhere, but since it's a special occasion, here it is.I'm so out of the loop as far as availability goes, but if it is still fairly available, you won't regret buying these too (always gotta love artwork & liner notes and those great double CD jewel cases! I love the way they flip open so you can hold 2 CD's in the space of 1.). Even though I have a bunch of the original scores these came from I still bought these so that should tell you how much you won't regret buying them too. Okay, I can't read your mind through the computer, but I'm still guessing that regret won't be there.I stuck them all in one large file so it may be a bit of a download, but hey, I'm not twisting your arm. No, actually, I'm not twisting your arm. Look down. See.I think I just got a bit lazy and didn't want to have to zip them separately, but it's a very nice set nonetheless.Enjoy!P.S. If you have any trouble because of the long filenames, you might try opening the files on the desktop if you've got your hard drive folders too deeply nested. And you can always rename them later if you want.Track List:Vol. 1:Music For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 01 - Pee Wee's Big Adventure (1985) - SuiteMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 02 - Batman (1989) - SuiteMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 03 - Dick Tracy (1990) - Main TitlesMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 04 - Beetlejuice (1988) - Main Titles / End TitlesMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 05 - Nightbreed (1990) - Main Titles / Meat For The Beast / End TitlesMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 06 - Darkman (1990) - Main Titles / Woe The Darkman, WoeMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 07 - Back To School (1986) - Study MontageMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 08 - Midnight Run (1988) - SuiteMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 09 - Wisdom (1986) - Change Of Life / Close Call In AlbuquerqueMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 10 - Hot To Trot (1988) - Main Titles / Wandering DonMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 11 - Big Top Pee Wee (1988) - Main Titles / Rise 'N Shine / Pee Wee's Love ThemeMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 12 - The Simpsons - ThemeMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 13 - Alfred Hitchcock Presents: The Jar (1986) - SuiteMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 14 - Tales From The Crypt - ThemeMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 15 - Face Like A Frog - SuiteMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 16 - Forbidden Zone (1980) - Love ThemeMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 1 - 17 - Scrooged (1988) - SuiteVol. 2:Music For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 2 - 1-01 - Edward Scissorhands (1990) - Main TitlesMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 2 - 1-02 - Edward Scissorhands (1990) - StorytimeMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 2 - 1-03 - Edward Scissorhands (1990) - SuiteMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 2 - 1-04 - Edward Scissorhands (1990) - Suburbia-BarberMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 2 - 1-05 - Edward Scissorhands (1990) - The Grand FinaleMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 2 - 1-06 - Dolores Claiborne (1994) - Main TitlesMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 2 - 1-07 - Dolores Claiborne (1994) - Vera's WorldMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 2 - 1-08 - Dolores Claiborne (1994) - FlashbackMusic For A Darkened Theatre, Vol. 2 - 1-09 [...]

Suites & Themes from the Scores of John Ottman (Music Inspired by the film 'Cruel Intent|ons') (2000)


(image) Boy, I don't think I've posted any John Ottman since Eight Legged Freaks (but don't quote me, it gets hard to tell). Another composer I really like (I know, there probably aren't that many that fall into the other category).

This has many fun pieces from various scores and if it's still around run out and buy the CD; you'll really enjoy it! It's always better to have the original, but if you can live with compressed digital copies, be my guest (actually go for's so much fun to have CD's & mp3's!)

For people who remember the Malcolm McDowell remake of Fantasy Island (there weren't that many episodes, now that I think about it), you'll enjoy hearing the music from it.

And I suppose in keeping with the Halloween theme, 'Halloween H20' sort of fits (along with Snow White: A Tale of Terror, Apt Pupil, Lake Placid......well, you get the idea.) And do you consider 'Cruel Intentions' a horror film?


Track List:

John Ottman - 01 - Cruel Intent|ons - Pussy
John Ottman - 02 - Cruel Intent|ons - Metropolis
John Ottman - 03 - Cruel Intent|ons - Confessions
John Ottman - 04 - Cruel Intent|ons - Sibling Encounters
John Ottman - 05 - Cruel Intent|ons - Juicy Conspiracy
John Ottman - 06 - Cruel Intent|ons - Reflections
John Ottman - 07 - Cruel Intent|ons - Enticing Deal
John Ottman - 08 - Cruel Intent|ons - Secret Society
John Ottman - 09 - Cruel Intent|ons - Jealousy
John Ottman - 10 - Cruel Intent|ons - Consequences
John Ottman - 11 - Fantasy Island - Suite
John Ottman - 12 - Incognito - Theme (Reprise)
John Ottman - 13 - Halloween H20 - Main Titles
John Ottman - 14 - Snow White: A Tale of Terror - Theme
John Ottman - 15 - The Cable Guy - Theme - ['This Concludes Our Broadcast Day']
John Ottman - 16 - Incognito - Tricks Of The Trade
John Ottman - 17 - Apt Pupil - Theme
John Ottman - 18 - Lake Placid - Suite
John Ottman - 19 - Incognito - The Creation

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John Ottman (Music Inspired by the film 'Cruel Intentions') (Rapidshare)

John Ottman (Music Inspired by the film 'Cruel Intentions') (Megaupload)

around 93 MB

Tentacoli (a.k.a., Tentacles) (1977) (Stelvio Cipriani)


And since this was in the box right next to 'La Ragazza Di Bube', as I was pulling out 'La Ragazza Di Bube', I accidentally pulled out this one along with it. I always meant to rip and post this a long time ago, but it seemed that at least one other blog posted it back then (probably one of the horror blogs), so I didn't bother.But in my effort to go ahead and post more duplicates, I decided to go ahead and rip this one while I was at it.Then, after I ripped it, I happened to visit The Manchester Morgue after a long time away from that great blog (I don't think I've done any extensive blog surfing in 7 or 8 months!) and Phelpster just posted this not that long ago! (Boy, how many times has that happened? Well, usually I see these things before I rip them, so I don't usually bother posting them. Now you know one of the reasons I don't end up posting as much music!) Well, since it was all ready to go anyway, here it is.You know, it strikes me that I don't talk enough about The Manchester Morgue. It's that same way with all the great blogs out there. It always seems obvious to me how much I like them, but then I realize I hardly mention them on the blog at all. Well, The Morgue is a blog that even if Phelpster weren't posting any music at all, I would enjoy reading it just for the pure entertainment value. The writing and the music is always so enjoyable. I wish I could keep current with all the great blogs out there, but I'm still working on Request Post #4's downloads! Oh, well, thank God Phelpster is still around doing the Morgue.I'm always afraid I'm going to visit one of these great blogs and they're going to be gone. That's another reason I haven't done much blog surfing lately. Until I can catch up, I don't want to see how much bad news awaits with all the blog closures. I'm still lamenting 7 Black Notes' departure, but at least I know he's still around contributing from time to time so that's always a comfort. Hate to see such a great guy with such a great blog stop blogging and I hope he starts it back up someday.Well, enough digressing. Hmmm.......Tentacles. There's nothing more I love than seeing Henry Fonda, Shelley Winters, and John Huston in a post-Jaws octopus film. The score isn't actually quite the horror score you would expect, but more of a light, almost fun loungey score. That's probably not entirely accurate. See, I told you I'm terrible at describing music. Well, it's a good score nonetheless. And I'm not entirely sure, but I think it's the first time I've ever had the sentences, 'My Son's Friend Is A Champion Pisser' and 'Happiness Is Having Two Killer Whales As Friends' on the blog.Enjoy!Track List:Tentacoli (1977) (Stelvio Cipriani) - 01 - Small Town PleasuresTentacoli (1977) (Stelvio Cipriani) - 02 - She'll Never Come BackTentacoli (1977) (Stelvio Cipriani) - 03 - My Son's Friend Is A Champion PisserTentacoli (1977) (Stelvio Cipriani) - 04 - Summer And WinterTentacoli (1977) (Stelvio Cipriani) - 05 - San Diego, Yellow CabTentacoli (1977) (Stelvio Cipriani) - 06 - Happiness Is Having Two Killer Whales As FriendsTentacoli (1977) (Stelvio Cipriani) - 07 - Too Risky A Day For A RegattaTentacoli (1977) (Stelvio Cipriani) - 08 - Sorry, I Have To GoTentacoli (1977) (Stelvio Cipriani) - 09 - Scotch For TwoTentacoli (1977) (Stelvio Cipriani) - 10 - The Killer Whales' GamesTentacoli (1977) (Stelvio Cipriani) - 11 - The Capture Of The Giant OctopusTentacoli (1977) (Stelv[...]

La Ragazza Di Bube (a.k.a., Bebo's Girl) (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli)


I had occasion to read an old Request Post (yes, I do that from time to time especially when I'm behind on my downloading or processing of old files!) and I noticed that 'Isbum' had posted this LP and said if anybody had the CD that they should post it. So I pulled this out and started ripping it when I realized that the track titles seemed familiar. I realized I had read it elsewhere in the Post and sure enough 'D' had already posted the CD later on in response to Isbum's suggestion. Well, since I already started ripping (and since 'D' had posted it on Sendspace and it has since gone dead), I decided to post it anyway.It's a great score (do 'Isbum' or 'D' post any other kind?) and the CD version contains a couple of tracks at the end not in Isbum's LP rip (though his version had two track #15's one of which, '15 - Village Market part 2' upon a very cursory comparison doesn't seem to be included in the CD version, but it could've just been rolled into one of the other tracks). Either way, download both and enjoy twice the great music!Track List:La Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 01 - BubeLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 02 - StefanoLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 03 - RievocazioneLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 04 - LiberazioneLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 05 - Bube, Addio!La Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 06 - ...Un RimpiantoLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 07 - Desiderio SpentoLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 08 - Malinconia LontanaLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 09 - PassiLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 10 - Viene La SeraLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 11 - Nebbia Sul FiumeLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 12 - Mara... T'AmoLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 13 - Nascosti!La Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 14 - Ricordo TragicoLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 15 - Mercato PaesanoLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 16 - RisveglioLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 17 - AnsieLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 18 - Citta LontanaLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 19 - Sei Tu Sola - [C. Cassola & Valentino Bucchi]La Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) - 20 - La Ragazza Di Bube - [C. Cassola & Valentino Bucchi]pw = youdontLa Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) (Rapidshare)La Ragazza Di Bube (1963) (Carlo Rustichelli) (Megaupload)around 96 MB@ 320 Kbps [...]