Sunday, November 30, 2008

The Well, It Took You Long Enough Post.

Putting Patty from Square Pegs, her from The Manhattan Project, Cadet Thompson and the voice of Miss Spider onto the big screen may have resulted in HBO scoring a bigger hit than they did with John From Cincinnati, but not only did Sex and the City make none of its millions from me, neither of the two soundtrack CDs made no room for any of Aaron Zigman's score. From the Better Late Than Never file, Decca/New Line's third disc culled from the movie gives the prolific Mr. Z a proper score release (did he get any space on the albums for either Step Up movies or Good Luck Chuck? Did he hell). It sounds very pleasant and romantic from the soundclips, which is just what's required... especially after listening to Requiem For A Dream. Brrrrrr. Pre-order here if you feel so inclined.

1. Love Letters (3:42)
2. Dante (4:23)
3. The Closet (2:30)
4. Big Screws Up (2:48)
5. It's Me & You Suite (4:47)
6. It Was Love (3:34)
7. Penthouse (2:20)
8. Did I Dream It (2:26)
9. Water Breaks (1:44)
10. Taxi (1:06)
11. 76 Guests (:56)
12. Leaving Wedding (3:21)
13. Louise Leaves (1:41)
14. City Hall (2:07)
15. Girls Walk Up (1:12)
16. Carrie Sees Vogue (:57)
17. Sushi (1:50)
18. It Was Love (3:27)

Thursday, November 27, 2008

The More Than One Holy Grail Out There? Post.

The above is one of three soundtrack albums that La-La Land is taking preorders for from next Tuesday at 12 PST (8pm in the UK); as I like the show and don't mind Bear McCreary's music for it (or even Shirley Manson's "Samson and Delilah," heard in the opening episode of season 2 and on the disc as well), I'll be getting it. But that isn't the main draw, nor is it Mark Snow's Millennium 2-disc set which is also coming out.

No, the disc that's the lure for me is one that I, and many others, have been wanting for years. And seething while other inferior shows receive loads of CDs (Grey's Anatomy, I'm looking at you)... but it's happened. And with all due respect to the Indiana Jones boxset, this set is the "Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!!" of the year for me - we finally get a 3000-unit limited edition two-disc album of some of the best television scoring ever from one of the best TV shows ever,



And there's the distinct possibility of more music to come on future volumes if this sells well (IF?!?). This is teh awesome. As far as dreams come true, this is up there with getting a massive raise the same day as winning the lottery and getting to spend an hour alone with Cindy to do whatever I want... copies are being signed by Lolita Ritmanis and Michael McCuistion (Shirley Walker sadly passed away in 2006, and her not being around to participate in this is the only drawback for this release). The tracklist reads thus:

1. Gotham City Overture 14:01
2. BATMAN™: THE ANIMATED SERIES: Main Title (Danny Elfman) 1:02

On Leather Wings - Shirley Walker
3. Sub-Main Title/Batwing/Bat Attack 1:51
4. Batman Drives To Gotham 1:00
5. Batman Investigates/Batman Uses Infrared/Police Rush Building 1:48
6. Batman Escapes/Batman Flies 1:48
7. Bats/Evidence Goes Up In Smoke/The Formula/Dr Jekyll And Mr. Bat 3:01
8. Gotham From the Air/Ride’Em Batman/Epilogue 2:16

The Last Laugh - Shirley Walker
9. Sub-Main Title 1:35
10. The Submarine/Joker Loots Gotham 2:35
11. Alfred Loses It 0:58
12. Bat Boat/Batman Catches The Big Fish/Batman Fights The Bad Guys 2:18
13. Cliff-Hanger Under Water/Batman A.K.A Houdini 1:56
14. Batman The Terminator 2:01
15. Batman Vs. Joker/Batman Vs Joker Part 2 3:47

It's Never Too Late - Lolita Ritmanis
16. Sub-Main Title/Stromwell’s Flashback 2:01
17. Batman on Top of Church/Stromwell Arrives At Pete’s/Thugs Exit 1:20
18. Stromwell Confronts Thorn 1:15
19. It’s Party Time/Batman Carries Stromwell 0:48
20. Stromwell Sees Joey 1:41
21. Stromwell Tricks Batman/Thorn’s Men Move In/Thorn Chases Stromwell 3:22
22. Stromwell’s Flashback #2 1:45
23. Batman Cracks Heads/Thorn Removed 1:20

Pretty Poison - Shirley Walker/Lolita Ritmanis/Michael McCuistion
24. Ground Breaking Ceremony/Penitentiary Time Lapses 1:11
25. Batman Catches A Chopper/The Chopper Crashes/Rooftop Chase 1:58
26. Batman Sneaks Around 1:09
27. A Little Plant Muzak/The Carnivorous Plant 0:59
28. Batman Vs. Poison Ivy/Poison Ivy In Prison 3:52

Christmas With The Joker - Shirley Walker/Lolita Ritmanis/Michael McCuistion
29. 14 Seconds Opening/Jingle Bells/The Joker Blasts Off 1:03
30. Down the Mountain/Sidewalk Red Herring 0:51
31. Pukey Christmas Music/Christmas With The Joker/Game Show Music 2:18
32. The Train Crashes 1:19
33. Observatory Cannon/Cannon Out Of Control/Robin Blows Up Cannon 1:11
34. More Game Show Music/Drive To The Toy Company 1:39
35. Nutcracker Suite Medley 1:24
36. Pie In Batman’s Face/Dangling Hostages Saved/Deck The Halls 1:40
CD ONE Total Time: 76:05

1. BATMAN™: THE ANIMATED SERIES: Alternate Main Title (S. Walker) 1:09

Two Face Part I - Shirley Walker
2. Harvey’s Nightmare/Dent’s Soap Box 2:24
3. Batman Tracks Dent 2:07
4. Split Personality/Harvey/Harv 4:21

Two Face Part II - Shirley Walker
5. Part One Recap 0:33
6. Sub-Main Title/The Heist 1:49
7. Bruce Wayne’s Nightmare/Two-Face Remembers 2:47
8. Batcycle/What About Grace 1:58
9. My Name Is Two-Face 1:52
10. The Great Equalizer/Where There’s Love 4:03

Joker's Favor - Shirley Walker
11. Sub-Main Title/Cussing Out The Joker/I Had A Bad Day 3:18
12. Joker’s Hide-Out 1:19
13. Charlie’s Neighborhood/Joker Finds Charlie 1:18
14. Charlie Arrives In Gotham/Joker Collects His Favor 0:42
15. Harley’s Party Source 0:44
16. Crashing The Party 1:33
17. Batman Saves The Commissioner/Batman’s After The Joker/Charlie Gets the Joker 3:38

Vendetta - Michael McCuistion
18. Sub-Main Title/Conway Is Abducted 0:43
19. A Clue/The Crocodile’s Lair 1:27
20. Another Clue 1:19
21. Croc’s Cave/Killer Croc 2:52
22. Batman Chases Croc/Sewer Fight 2:54
23. Bullock Gets The Croc 1:09

Perchance To Dream - Shirley Walker
24. Sub-Main Title/The Dream Begins 0:52
25. It’s Impossible/Bruce Sees Batman/Bruce Watches Batman At Work 2:14
26. My Life Is A Dream 2:48
27. Climbing The Church Tower/Belltower Fight 2:45
28. Your Own Private Wonderland/Back to Reality 2:48

Birds Of A Feather - Shirley Walker
29. Birds Of A Feather 1:54
30. That Fine Roman Nose/Penguin vs. Muggers 2:32
31. Penguin Takes Veronica 0:40
32. The Drop/Rubber Duckie Ride 1:50
33. The Penguin’s Opera/High Society 2:19
34. BATMAN™: THE ANIMATED SERIES: End Credit (Danny Elfman) 0:34

35. Music Of The Bat 101 6:45
CD TWO Total Time: 74:02

Christmas came a little early this year!

Sunday, November 23, 2008

The Weepy Donuts Post.

There are those who believe Danny Elfman writes the same music for everything he does. Then there are those who know the truth. Listen to his latest score for regular collaborator Gus Van Sant, Milk, and try and tell me it sounds anything at all like Batman (Edward Scissorhands in some bits is a fairer point, but not much); it's almost conventional for him, but I doubt he'll be as hung out to dry by critics as James Horner was for his music for a movie with Sean Penn as a politico, All The King's Men. Still, what do they know? Half of them think Clint Eastwood is an excellent film scorer!

The FYC site for Focus Features includes the score in a stream on the Milk page (when you get there click on Milk and then "Score"). And if you're wondering why this is called "The Weepy Donuts Post"... if you have to ask, you don't know.

The Belated Happy Birthday Scarlett Post.

Pint-sized husky-voiced well-shaped blonde BAFTA-winning workaholic actress/singer Scarlett Johansson was born on November 22, 1984. 19 years to the day after JFK was assassinated. This may go some way to explaining her being a Democrat.

The Cindy Like Sunday Morning Post.

If the guy who does on205th is reading this, the reason I don't want to do another hot girls blog is twofold. One, there are already about ten zillion of those things out there and it's a crowded field. And two, he already does it a lot better than I ever could (for all my reservations, his is still one of the better ones).

That was all in response to my posting on a post about Victoria Beckham, so go there for the backstory. Or go here for Cindy in today's Sunday Times (UK, not New York), in and I bet on the cover of the Style section. Look for it to be on sale on eBay by, oooh, this afternoon...

PS (added Wednesday November 26): on205th has gone the way of Metro from my life and this blog. Too Anglophilic for my taste (Katie Price? For goodness' sake), and moaning about Hayden in the bit about some Bizarre cover model was the last straw. Breaking it off is better for everybody... Goodbye on205th, hello links to Varèse Sarabande and La-La Land. Unlike babe blogs, specialist soundtrack labels never let me down.

The Op-Ed Post.

In today's New York Times:

Americans have watched in horror as President Bush has trampled on the Bill of Rights and the balance of power. The list of abuses that President-elect Barack Obama must address is long: once again require the government to get warrants to eavesdrop on Americans; undo scores of executive orders and bill-signing statements that have undermined the powers of Congress; strip out the unnecessary invasions of privacy embedded in the Patriot Act; block new F.B.I. investigative guidelines straight out of J. Edgar Hoover’s playbook.

Those are not the only disasters Mr. Obama will inherit. He will have to rescue a drowning economy, restore regulatory sanity to the financial markets and extricate the country from an unnecessary war in Iraq so it can focus on a necessary war in Afghanistan.

Even with all those demands, there is one thing Mr. Obama must do quickly to begin to repair this nation’s image and restore its self-respect: announce a plan for closing Mr. Bush’s outlaw prison at Guantánamo Bay.

The prison is the premier example of the disdain shown by Mr. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney for the Constitution, federal law and international treaties. Most sensible governments cannot see past Guantánamo to even recall America’s long history as a defender of human rights and democratic values.

We are under no illusions. Closing the prison will not be easy, or quick, but it can be done. It does not mean that the United States will set free heinous terrorists. But it may mean that these prisoners will have to be tried on other very serious charges than the ones supposedly for which they were sent to Guantánamo.

That is Mr. Bush’s fault. His decision to authorize the torture of detainees has made it highly unlikely that the evidence collected at Gitmo and the C.I.A.’s illegal prisons around the world would stand up in a real court.

In closing down Guantánamo, there are some basic requirements: The prisoners must be dealt with as openly as possible. Those who are charged here must stand trial in federal courts, not the tribunals created by the disastrous Military Commissions Act of 2006.

It would compound the disaster if, as some suggest, Congress tried to create a new system combining military and civilian justice. We have seen what happens when the government creates special systems to deal with special classes of prisoners.

Human Rights Watch has offered a good template for closing Guantánamo. It includes:

SET A DATE TO CLOSE THE PRISON That announcement would send a powerful signal that the new administration has rejected Mr. Bush’s abusive and unlawful policies. It would make other countries more likely to cooperate. The taint of Guantánamo is so great that right now even close allies will not consider resettling prisoners who should be set free because they committed no crimes of any kind. There may be at least 60 of these detainees at Gitmo. Selected countries might also be willing to take back their own nationals to stand trial.

BEGIN A TRANSPARENT REVIEW OF DETAINEES There are about 250 detainees at Guantánamo Bay. Human Rights Watch sensibly proposes creating a task force run by the Justice Department with input from the Departments of State and Defense and the director of national intelligence to separate out those who may be truly guilty of terrorist acts — a minority — from the larger population who either committed much more minor crimes or no crimes at all.

REPATRIATE DETAINEES WHO ARE NOT TO BE TRIED This must be done carefully. There are believed to be 30 to 50 detainees from places like Algeria and Libya who have justified fears of being abused or tortured if they are sent home. The Obama administration should provide these prisoners with advance notice of plans to repatriate them and give them a chance to contest those plans.

Prisoners with a credible fear of abuse cannot be sent to that fate. They will have to be sent to other countries to live. The best way for the United States to get other governments to cooperate is to accept some detainees for settlement in this country.

TRY THE REST IN FEDERAL COURTS Americans will hear from former members of the Bush administration and supporters of its system of injustice that the federal courts cannot handle these cases because they involve sensitive secrets, or that terrorism is not appropriately handled as a law-enforcement issue.

Since Sept. 11, 2001, the federal courts have successfully prosecuted about 100 terrorism cases, and the courts deal routinely with national secrets. The real reason Mr. Bush and his team avoided the federal courts for the Gitmo detainees was that the evidence in so many of these cases is wafer-thin or unusable because it was obtained through coercion and torture.

The world saw more proof of that last week, when Col. Stephen Henley, a military judge at Guantánamo, refused to admit evidence obtained through torture or coercion at the trial of Mohammed Jawad, an Afghan national who is one of the few prisoners at Guantánamo who has been charged and put on trial. Evidence that cannot pass muster in Guantánamo’s kangaroo courts is certainly not going to be admitted by a civilian judge in a duly constituted court of law.

The Jawad case has become emblematic of everything that is wrong with Guantánamo Bay: he was captured in Afghanistan at the age of 16 or 17 and thrown into indefinite detention without hope of eventual release because he allegedly threw a grenade at two American servicemen and an Afghan interpreter. The prosecutor resigned in September, saying he could not ethically proceed, and the judge threw out Mr. Jawad’s confession because it had been tortured out of him by Afghan interrogators.

Does this mean that truly dangerous men will be set free, to go back to plotting more attacks against America? No. But it will require smart legal thinking by the new administration.

Take the case of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. It is obvious that the confession he made to plotting the 9/11 bombings will not hold up in court. It was obtained through torture. But this prisoner is a suspect in numerous other terrorist attacks, including the murder of the journalist Daniel Pearl and the attack on the U.S.S. Cole. There is an existing 1996 indictment against him for a plot to blow up 12 United States-bound commercial airliners. The evidence in that case was obtained, we presume, legally.

It may be that compromises of this kind will have to be made in other cases as well. It is understandable that some Americans will find that less than satisfying. But it is important to remember that this is the price of Mr. Bush’s incompetent and lawless conduct of the war against terrorism. It is a price worth paying to restore the rule of law and this country’s good name.

Monday, November 10, 2008

The Man, I Wish I Was Him Post.

So Ken wrote to me last week and said: You may have trumped me by posing with the sexiest midget ever and gazing upon the loveliness of Jessica Maria Alba....

But this Saturday I'm all set to meet and interview
a certain moled supermodel....

The lucky swine. He also had this to say:

if for some reason that link doesn't work you can go to and look under local news for the story about the Spirit of Hope fundraiser. Alas the story isn't ALL about Cindy, but I did the best I could to maximize the presence of the moled Goddess.

And I must say, as you already know, she is even better looking in person. Just a vision of loveliness and loved her dress with the teasing glimpse of cleavage that made your mouth water. But I'll stop before I end up having to take a "break" ;-). I'm attaching a bunch of pictures of her from the event I took. I had a chance to talk to her briefly, no alone time though.

And unfortunately I didn't get to take a page out of the Muppets book and ask her "Hey Cindy, if you're a supermodel, then what's your superpower?" ;-).But just a lovely woman and she gave a very funny speech at the event about all the men who wanted to take pictures with her "for their daughters" where she would point out that their daughters have no idea who she is LOL.

Of course I don't want to live in a world where Cindy isnt the standard of beauty. How could this generation not be in awe of all things Cindy? ;-)

The pictures will be up here or on Simply The Best as soon as Yahoo! straightens out the attachments thing...

Sad footnote: The story ends with Cindy saying one of her sisters (she didn't say if it was Chris or Danielle) contracted thyroid cancer. I really hope she's okay. No family deserves to have even one member with a blood disease, never mind two.

Thursday, November 06, 2008

The Why Are Some People Such Twunts? Post.

I didn't have time to see Obama's victory speech live yesterday, but I did get to see (and was impressed by) McCain's concession speech. And hear some of the boos - which I can understand; how do you think millions of people elated yesterday would have felt if the reverse had taken place? So the "twunts" thing isn't aimed at them.

It's aimed at people complaining about the amount of press coverage on this side of the Atlantic; erm, it does happen to be a major world event (it's not like they were going all out to cover the Superbowl). It's aimed at the work colleague of mine who said before the election that he didn't think the US would ever elect a black president (right, because the history of Britain is filled with non-white prime ministers). It's aimed at those who felt that a lot of black people voted along racial lines (which I'm sure was true of some, but probably not all). And above all, it's aimed at the young Radio 1 listener who claimed this couldn't have happened without David Palmer from 24 - in which case there'll probably never be a female president based on Commander in Chief, Hail To The Chief*, the movie version of Whoops Apocalypse and Kisses For My President. (Not to mention "Bart To The Future" featuring America's first heterosexual female #1, President Lisa Simpson.)

It is not, however, aimed at my mum (who texted us to wish us a Happy Barack Day). Or Sharon. Or anyone else rightly thrilled at America finally getting payback for eight years of smug condescension from some quarters. A long road back, but it's started out well...

*For those who don't remember this shortlived sitcom with Patty Duke as the prez, lucky you.

The Never Enough Hayden Post.

Well done, my girl. Yet another reason to like her.

In memory of: Fringe. Not the show, my interest in watching it (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Heroes (still) top it consistently). And my visits to the US TV on UK TV blog, though not without some regret (sorry, reporter, but Hayden > you).

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

The It Was Inevitable Post.

Any man with Jessica Alba, Scarlett Johansson, Hayden Panettiere AND Cindy Crawford in his corner can't possibly fumble it.

Seriously, Butch can - and will - put this more honestly than I, being non-American, ever could. Over to him...

The Our Little Bit Of Score Post.

It took two months, but it's finally completed. Following this post on The Hiatus Project (and thanks again to Dave Dueck for inspiring me!), with my having kept written track of my albums - without which I'd probably still be doing it - this is my OST collection up to the Focus Features sampler. Which is my most recent addition, providing a convenient cutoff point, and also being more reliable than SoundtrackCollector's otherwise fine system because SC counts albums more than once, making album counts inflated. (Although I don't have that particular album, thanks for the title to Hans Zimmer and Heitor Pereira, whose score suite on the soundtrack album of Riding In Cars With Boys is called "Our Little Bit Of Score" - ironically the longest track on the set at 7:34.)

Albums are listed for the most part in alphabetical order, except for sequels (if they start with the same sequence of words) and albums from the same TV show, and if the title of the movie itself is preceded by "Music From And Inspired By" or some such rider. For reasons of bragging, albums that were taped off the original LP or CD are included but are asterisked; albums that were taped off but not completely aren't included, so no SpaceCamp (taped for me without the "Training Montage" cue). The score running time when included indicates the amount of score if three or more songs are on the album (unless all the original songs and score are by the same composer, a la Mike Batt and Alan Menken). The ones that I left in Barbados and therefore presumably with my mum are still included in the total - Zeta may be in Luxembourg but she's still my sister! Also, the movies are listed here under their original titles, not the title on the album (so all the foreign-language movies will be under their names at home, all the American movies under their US titles, all the British movies under their UK titles and so on - e.g. it's Santa Barbara, not California Clan). Non-soundtrack works by people best known for screen music are included under the SMALL SCREEN umbrella, ditto the videogame scores. Finally, movies made for DVD still count as movies, and hence are included under BIG SCREEN. (CD singles aren't included, for the most part.)

Special thanks to my family, Matthew Florianz, the Goldsmith Film Music Society, Film Score Monthly, all the great soundtrack labels out there, Gerry Kroll, eBay, and all the composers who delight me. No thanks to the previous owner of my copy of Mobil Masterpiece Theatre, who taped over the first three tracks (and most of the fourth) with dialogue from Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls...


John Addison/Andre Previn: Tom Jones/Irma La Douce
Alessandro Alessandroni: Suor Omicidi/Lo Strangolatore Di Vienna/Lady Frankenstein
John Altman: Funny Bones (25 mins. with dialogue as well)
Michael Andrews: Donnie Darko

Craig Armstrong:
Plunkett & Macleane
William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet: Volume 2 (w/Marius DeVries and Nellee Hooper; 43 mins, of which only about 8 are dialogue-free)

David Arnold:
Hot Fuzz (25:22)
Independence Day
Last Of The Dogmen
The Musketeer
Tomorrow Never Dies (Chapter III release; w/interview)
The Young Americans (14:30)

Jorge Arriagada: Les Âmes Fortes

Luis Enrique Bacalov:

Il Postino (32:54; Miramax/Hollywood release w/poetry readings)
The Love Letter (36:19)

Burt Bacharach:
Casino Royale

Angelo Badalamenti:
Auto Focus (5:43)
Blue Velvet
Holy Smoke! (35:16)
Mulholland Drive (44:35)
A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors

Tony Banks: Quicksilver (9:15, plus one 2:39 track from Thomas Newman)

John Barry:
The Black Hole
Dances With Wolves
Diamonds Are Forever (Capitol-EMI remastered/expanded release)
From Russia With Love
Howard The Duck (19 mins.)
Indecent Proposal (one 25-minute suite)
The Lion In Winter
The Living Daylights (original Warner Bros. release; 24 mins.)
Out Of Africa
Somewhere In Time
A View To A Kill

John Barry and Don Walker (replacement), Michel Legrand (rejected), and Stu Phillips (US TV airings): The Appointment

Steve Bartek:
Meet The Deedles (4:34)
Novocaine (theme by Danny Elfman)

Mike Batt: Keep The Aspidistra Flying

John Beal:
Coming Soon!: The John Beal Trailer Project
The Funhouse

Christophe Beck:
Confidence (41 mins.)
We Are Marshall

Marco Beltrami:
Deep Water
Scream/Scream 2
Scream 3
Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines

Charles Bernstein: Deadly Friend (33:48; Perseverance release)
Charles Bernstein/Christopher Young: A Nightmare On Elm Street/A Nightmare On Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge

Elmer Bernstein:
Amazing Grace And Chuck
The Deep End Of The Ocean
Far From Heaven
Gangs Of New York/The Journey Of Natty Gann/The Scarlet Letter (rejected scores)
Ghostbusters (6:28)
Ghostbusters (Varèse Sarabande CD Club complete release)
The Good Son
The Great Escape (Intrada)
The Great Escape (Varèse Sarabande CD Club complete release)
The Grifters (w/two cues by Cynthia Millar)
Last Man Standing (rejected score)
Legal Eagles (23:30)
The Magnificent Seven (Koch; includes "The Hallelujah Trail" Overture)
The Magnificent Seven (Varèse Sarabande complete release)
The Magnificent Seven/Return Of The Seven (Sunset release)
Music For The Films Of Charles & Ray Eames - Volume One
My Left Foot/Da
National Lampoon's Animal House (2:19)
A Rage In Harlem
Rambling Rose (38 mins.)
Spies Like Us
The Ten Commandments
¡Three Amigos! (25 mins.)
The Trial Of Billy Jack (20:59)
Wild Wild West (w/two cues by Peter Bernstein)

Elmer Bernstein/Jeff Alexander: Saddle The Wind
Elmer Bernstein/Maurice Jarre: The Bridge At Remagen/The Train
Peter Best: "Crocodile" Dundee
Claude Bolling: California Suite

Simon Boswell:
Dust Devil (30 mins.; w/dialogue)

Martin Böttcher: Die Schönsten Film-Und Fernsehmelodien

Scott Bradley:
Tex Avery Cartoons
Tom And Jerry & Tex Avery Too! Volume 1: The 1950s

Bruce Broughton:

All I Want For Christmas (16 mins.)
The Boy Who Could Fly (Varèse Sarabande re-recording)
The Boy Who Could Fly (Percepto release)
Carried Away
Double Feature
For Love Or Money (30 mins.)
Harry And The Hendersons (MCA release)
Harry And The Hendersons (Intrada expanded release)
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
Homeward Bound II: Lost In San Francisco
Honey, I Blew Up The Kid
Last Flight Out
Lost In Space (Intrada release)
Miracle on 34th Street (Intrada release)
Narrow Margin
One Tough Cop
The Presidio
The Prodigal
The Rescuers Down Under
Shadow Conspiracy
Silverado (Intrada expanded release, personally signed!)
Silverado (Intrada complete 2-CD release)
Stay Tuned (3:22)
Young Sherlock Holmes (MCA release)

George Bruns: The Jungle Book (16:30)

Roy Budd:
The Sea Wolves
The Wild Geese
Wild Geese II

Geoffrey Burgon: Robin Hood

Carter Burwell:
Being John Malkovich (25:27)
Doc Hollywood (29:30)
Fargo/Barton Fink
The General's Daughter (26:29)
A Goofy Movie (15 mins.; w/Don Davis)
Intolerable Cruelty (17:25)
Raising Arizona/Blood Simple

David Byrne: Sounds From True Stories

John Cameron:

Wendy Carlos:
Rediscovering Lost Scores - Vol. 1
Tron (Walt Disney expanded release)

John Carpenter (in association with Alan Howarth): Escape From New York (Silva Screen expanded; w/dialogue)
Philippe Chany: Astérix & Obélix: Mission Cléopâtre (51:39)
Gary Chang: Under Siege
Jay Chattaway: Invasion U.S.A. (Milan release)

Jay Chattaway/Brian May: Missing In Action (one CD for all three films)

Paul Chihara: Crossing Delancey (9:52)

Stanley Clarke:
Passenger 57
The Transporter (24:30, plus 7:16 from Replicant and 6:10 from D.J. Pare & Drixxxé)

George S. Clinton:
Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery (4:46)
Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery & Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
The Big Bounce
Wild Things

George S. Clinton/Michael Linn: American Ninjas And Fighters

Elia Cmiral: Battlefield Earth
Robert Cobert: House Of Dark Shadows/Night Of Dark Shadows
Michel Colombier: The Golden Child (16 mins., plus 4 mins. John Barry)
Combustible Edison: Four Rooms (44 mins.)

Bill Conti:

The Adventures Of Huck Finn
Broadcast News
For Your Eyes Only (Rykodisc expanded)
F/X: The Deluxe Edition
The Karate Kid (Varèse Sarabande CD Club release of all four movies)
Lock Up
Masters Of The Universe (Varèse Sarabande release)
Rocky II
Rocky III
Rookie Of The Year/A Night In The Life Of Jimmy Reardon/Bushwhacked

Bill Conti/Tom Scott: Neighbors

Michael Convertino:

Bed Of Roses (26 mins.)
Children Of A Lesser God

Carmine Coppola (with Shirley Walker, Nyle Steiner, Bill Douglas, Kenneth Nash,
George Marsh and Dick Rosmini):
The Black Stallion
Aaron Copland: Copland Film Scores: Conducted By The Composer

Vladimir Cosma:
Astérix Et La Surprise De César/Astérix Chez Les Bretons
La Boum (7:21; Barclay release)
La Boum/La Boum 2 (Pomme CD release)

Bruno Coulais:
Agents Secrets
Les Choristes (15:33)

Terry Dame: The Incredibly True Adventure Of 2 Girls In Love (26 mins.)

Mychael Danna:
Ride With The Devil (42:47)
The Ice Storm (11:49)

Iva Davies, Christopher Gordon and Richard Tognetti: Master And Commander: The
Far Side Of The World (30:42)

Carl Davis:
Ben Hur

Don Davis:
The Fillm Music Of Don Davis: Hyperspace (w/suite from Beauty And The Beast)
Jurassic Park III (themes by John Williams)
The Matrix Reloaded (21 mins.)
The Matrix Revolutions
Warriors Of Virtue (18 mins.)

Guido and Maurizio DeAngelis: Best Of Bud Spencer & Terence Hill (7:20 score)

John Debney:
The Ant Bully
Cats & Dogs
Chicken Little (15:14)
Cutthroat Island (Silva Screen release)
Cutthroat Island (Prometheus two-disc release)
Dreamer: Inspired By A True Story
The Emperor's New Groove (19:31)
Heartbreakers (theme by Danny Elfman; 14:39)
Jetsons: The Movie/Jonny's Golden Quest
Liar Liar (theme by James Newton Howard)
The Passion Of The Christ
The Replacements (w/Marc Bonilla; 31:06)
The Scorpion King
Sudden Death
The Tuxedo (w/Christophe Beck)
Zathura: A Space Adventure

Georges Delerue:
Rich In Love
Something Wicked This Way Comes: The London Sessions Volume Three
Twins (3 mins, plus one 2:09 Randy Edelman track)

Georges Delerue/Richard Rodney Bennett: The Pick-up Artist/Sherlock Holmes In New York

Francesco De Masi: Lone Wolf McQuade

Alexandre Desplat:
Girl With A Pearl Earring
The Golden Compass
The Queen

Frank DeVol:
The Dirty Dozen (FSM complete release)
Frank DeVol/Francis Lai: The Dirty Dozen/Hannibal Brooks
Barry DeVorzon and Perry Botkin, Jr.: Bless The Beasts & Children

Klaus Doldinger:
Das Boot: The Director's Cut
The NeverEnding Story (w/Giorgio Moroder)

Pino Donaggio: Brian DePalma: Music by Pino Donaggio

Patrick Doyle:
Calendar Girls (FYC promo)
Dead Again
Great Expectations
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire (64:48)
Henry V
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
Much Ado About Nothing
Needful Things
The Quest For Camelot (5:59)
Sense And Sensibility

Dennis Dreith: The Punisher (w/interview)

Anne Dudley:
Buster (12:43)
The Crying Game (21 mins.)
Pushing Tin
When Saturday Comes (13:04)

Tan Dun:
Wo hu cang long
Ying xiong

Matt Dunkley: Windkracht 10: Koksijde Rescue (13:30)

John du Prez:
A Fish Called Wanda
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (9:53)

Ross Edwards: Paradise Road (6:10)

Cliff Eidelman:
Christopher Columbus: The Discovery
The Lizzie McGuire Movie (7:30)
Now And Then
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
Triumph Of The Spirit

Randy Edelman:
Angels In The Outfield
Beethoven's 2nd
The Chipmunk Adventure (1:42)
Come See The Paradise (14 mins. score plus 4 mins. by Jake and Alex Parker)
The Distinguished Gentleman
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
Feds (22:12)
The Indian In The Cupboard
Kindergarten Cop
My Cousin Vinny
Shanghai Knights (14 mins.)
Son Of The Mask (24:04)
While You Were Sleeping

Danny Elfman:
Anywhere But Here (7:30)
Article 99
Batman Returns
Big Fish (promo)
Big Top Pee-wee
Black Beauty
Charlotte's Web
Chicago (7:23)
A Civil Action
Dick Tracy
Dolores Claiborne
Edward Scissorhands
Extreme Measures
The Family Man (6:11)
Forbidden Zone (24 mins.)
The Frighteners
Good Will Hunting
The Kingdom
Mars Attacks!
Meet The Robinsons (29 mins.)
Men In Black
Men In Black II
Midnight Run
Mission: Impossible
Music For A Darkened Theatre: Film & Television Music Volume 1
Music For A Darkened Theatre: Film & Television Music Volume 2
Pee-wee's Big Adventure/Back To School
Planet Of The Apes
Proof Of Life
Red Dragon
A Simple Plan (30:59)
Sleepy Hollow
Spider-Man 2
Spy Kids (w/John Debney, Chris Boardman, Gavin Greenaway, Harry Gregson-Williams, Heitor Pereira, Robert Rodriguez, Marcel Rodriguea and Los Lobos)
Tim Burton's Corpse Bride
Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas
To Die For (19 mins.)

Keith Emerson: Keith Emerson At The Movies

Stephen Endelman:
The Englishman Who Went Up A Hill But Came Down A Mountain
Jeffrey (11:53; w/dialogue)

Melissa Etheridge: I Need To Wake Up (from An Inconvenient Truth; FYC release)

Harold Faltermeyer:

Fletch (9:32)
Top Gun (CBS original release; 4:12)

David Fanshawe: Dirty Weekend

George Fenton:
Beyond The Clouds (single)
Cry Freedom (w/Jonas Gwangwa)
Dangerous Liaisons
84 Charing Cross Road
Ever After
Final Analysis
The Fisher King (24 mins.)
Groundhog Day (20 mins.)
A Handful Of Dust
Hero (35:30)
Land And Freedom
Shadowlands (42 mins.)

Brad Fiedel:
The Terminator: The Definite Edition
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
True Lies (46 mins.)

Jerry Fielding:
The Enforcer
The Outlaw Josey Wales

Robert Folk:

Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
In The Army Now
The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter (28:15)
Police Academy 4: Citizens On Patrol (2:10)
Toy Soldiers*
You're Dead (7:20)

David Foster:
St. Elmo's Fire (2 tracks + songs)
The Secret Of My Success (10 mins.)

David Michael Frank: Original Soundtracks Of Steven Seagal (w/21 minute Seagal interview)

Christopher Franke: Universal Soldier

Gerald Fried:
The Return Of Dracula/I Bury The Living/The Cabinet Of Caligari/Mark Of The Vampire
Too Late The Hero

John Frizzell:
Beavis and Butt-Head Do America
Dante's Peak (theme by James Newton Howard)
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (2:52)

Dominic Frontiere:
A Name For Evil/The Unknown
Hang 'Em High/The Aviator (plus two tracks from Barquero)

Dominic Frontiere/Ennio Morricone: Hang 'Em High/Guns For San Sebastian (inc. a Lalo Schifrin track from Kelly's Heroes)

Georges Garvarentz: The Golden Lady (28:35)

Michael Giacchino:
The Incredibles
Mission: Impossible III (theme by Lalo Schifrin)

Michael Gibbs:
Century/Close My Eyes

Richard Gibbs: Bingo
Lim Giong: Qian xi man po (8:36)
Philip Glass: The Thin Blue Line (w/dialogue)

Nick Glennie-Smith:
Home Alone 3 (one 8-minute suite)
The Rock (w/Hans Zimmer, Harry Gregson-Williams, Don Harper and Steven Stern)

Ib Glindemann: Manden der ville være skyldig/Forræderne
Ernest Gold: Exodus

Elliot Goldenthal:

Batman Forever
Demolition Man
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Withing
Frida (FYC promo)
Heat (28:53)
In Dreams (38:54)
Interview With The Vampire
Pet Sematary
S.W.A.T. (theme by Barry DeVorzon; 34:50)

Jean-Jacques Goldman and Roland Romanelli: Astérix et Obélix contre César

Jerry Goldsmith:
Ace Eli And Rodger Of The Skies/Room 222
Air Force One
Alien (Silva Screen release)
Alien Nation (rejected score)
Baby: Secret Of The Lost Legend. (Yes, there's a full stop.)
Bad Girls
Bandolero! (Intrada complete)
Basic Instinct (Varèse Sarabande release)
Basic Instinct (Prometheus expanded)
The Blue Max (Sony Legacy expanded)
The Boys From Brazil (A&M release)
The Boys From Brazil (Intrada 2-CD release)
Breakheart Pass
The 'burbs*
The 'burbs: The Deluxe Edition
Capricorn One (Intrada complete)
The Cassandra Crossing
Chain Reaction
City Hall
Criminal Law
Damien: Omen II (Silva Screen release)
Damien: Omen II - The Deluxe Edition
Deep Rising
Dennis The Menace
Executive Decision
Explorers (30 mins.)
Extreme Prejudice (Intrada/Silva Screen release)
Extreme Prejudice (La-La Land expanded release)
The Final Conflict
The Final Conflict: The Deluxe Edition
First Blood (Regency/TER release)
First Blood (Intrada release w/"No Power")
First Knight
The Flim-Flam Man/A Girl Named Sooner
Forever Young
Gremlins (15 mins.)
Gremlins 2: The New Batch
Hollow Man
In Like Flint/Our Man Flint (Varèse Sarabande original music release)
Inchon (Regency release)
Inchon (Intrada complete release; 2-CD version w/original album)
Innerspace (26 mins.)
King Solomon's Mines (Milan)
King Solomon's Mines (Intrada expanded release)
L.A. Confidential
The Last Castle
The Last Run/Wild Rovers
Legend (Silva Screen expanded release)
Lionheart (2-album release)
Logan's Run/Coma (Chapter III Classics release)
The Lonely Guy (5:12 - the album's TOTAL running time is 18:26!)
Looney Tunes: Back In Action
Love Field
Medicine Man
The Mephisto Waltz/The Other
Mr. Baseball
Mom And Dad Save The World
Mulan (26 mins.)
Mulan (FYC promo)*
The Mummy
Night Crossing (original Intrada release)
Not Without My Daughter (Intrada/Silva Screen release)
The Omen: The Deluxe Edition
100 Rifles
Our Man Flint/In Like Flint (Silva Screen; one cue w/Randy Newman)
A Patch Of Blue (Intrada complete release)
Patton (20th Century-Fox release)
Planet Of The Apes (Varèse Sarabande complete release; w/suite from Escape From The Planet Of The Apes)
Poltergeist (Rhino/TCM expanded release)
Poltergeist II: The Other Side (A and S release)
Poltergeist II: The Other Side (Intrada expanded release)
Poltergeist II: The Deluxe Edition (Varèse Sarabande slightly more expanded release)
Powder (the bit here in brackets will be removed when I get a replacement)
The Prize (FSM release)
Psycho II ("The Murder" by Bernard Herrmann)
Rambo: First Blood Part II (Varèse Sarabande/TER release)
Rambo: First Blood Part II (Silva America expanded release)
Rambo III (Scotti Bros: 26 mins.)
Rambo III (Intrada expanded release)
Rio Conchos
The River Wild
Runaway: The Deluxe Edition
The Russia House
The Sand Pebbles (PolyGram/Silva Screen release)
The Sand Pebbles: The Deluxe Edition
The Secret Of NIMH
The Shadow (30 mins.)
Six Degrees Of Separation (14:30; w/dialogue)
Sleeping With The Enemy
Small Soldiers
Stagecoach/The Loner
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (original release)
Star Trek: The Motion Picture - 20th Anniversary Collectors' Edition
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
Star Trek: First Contact (34:16, plus 10:13 by Joel Goldsmith)
Star Trek: Insurrection
Star Trek: Nemesis
The Sum Of All Fears (35:41)
Supergirl (Silva Screen expanded release)
The Swarm (Warner Bros. re-recording)
The Swarm (Prometheus complete original music)
The 13th Warrior
Timeline (rejected score)
Tora! Tora! Tora!
Total Recall
Total Recall: The Deluxe Edition
Twilight Zone: The Movie (theme by Marius Constant)
Under Fire
U.S. Marshals
The Vanishing
The Wind And The Lion (Intrada 2-CD release)

Jerry Goldsmith/Frank DeVol:
Patton/The Flight Of The Phoenix
Jerry Goldsmith/Marc Lawrence: A Patch Of Blue/David and Lisa

Miles Goodman:
The Delinquents (3 mins.)
The Muppet Christmas Carol (9 mins.)

Ron Goodwin:

Force 10 From Navarone
Where Eagles Dare (FSM complete release)/Operation Crossbow
Where Eagles Dare/633 Squadron

Michael Gore: Defending Your Life

Barry Gray:

Thunderbird 6
Thunderbirds Are Go! (36 mins.)

Harry Gregson-Williams:
Antz (w/John Powell, plus Geoff Zanelli, Steve Jablonsky and Gavin Greenaway)
The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe (54:42)
Shrek (w/John Powell, and James McKee Smith)
Sinbad: Legend Of The Seven Seas
Team America: World Police (w/others; 28:25)

Rupert Gregson-Williams:
Over The Hedge (w/Halli Cauthery; 27:04)
Murray Grindlay and Murray McNab: Once Were Warriors (7:21)

Dave Grusin:
The Bonfire Of The Vanities
The Fabulous Baker Boys (28:16)
The Firm (30 mins.)

Christopher Gunning: When The Whales Came
Denis M. Hannigan: Recess: School's Out (5:08)
Bob Harris and Nelson Riddle: Lolita (Rhino expanded CD w/dialogue)

Takayuki Hattori: Godzilla 2000: Millennium

Bernard Herrmann:
Bernard Herrmann Film Scores
Cape Fear (ad. Elmer Bernstein)
The Day The Earth Stood Still

David Hirschfelder: Aquamarine
Joe Hisashi: Princess Mononoke
Michael Hoenig: The Blob

Lee Holdridge:

Digital Premiere Recordings From The Films Of Lee Holdridge
Old Gringo
The Other Side Of The Mountain, Part 2
16 Days Of Glory (36 mins.)
Splash (Cherry Lane release)
Splash (Super Tracks promo)
Transylvania 6-5000

Nicholas Hooper: The Heart Of Me (34:20)

James Horner:
Aliens (Varèse Sarabande/TER release)
An American Tail
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
Apollo 13 (all-score promo)*
*batteries not included
Battle Beyond The Stars/Humanoids From The Deep
A Beautiful Mind
Class Action
Clear And Present Danger
Cocoon: The Return
Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas (38 mins.; w/dialogue)
Field Of Dreams
Gorky Park
Krull (SCSE release)*
The Mask Of Zorro
The Name Of The Rose (33:33)
Once Upon A Forest
The Pagemaster
Patriot Games
The Pelican Brief
The Perfect Storm
The Perfect Storm (CD single)
The Pursuit Of D.B. Cooper (6 mins.)
Red Heat
The Rocketeer
Searching For Bobby Fischer
Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan
Star Trek III: The Search For Spock
Swing Kids (25 mins.)

James Newton Howard:
America's Sweethearts (5:01)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire
The Devil's Advocate (39 mins.; w/dialogue)
Dying Young
The Fugitive
Guilty By Suspicion (13:30)
Grand Canyon
The Interpreter
King Kong
Lady In The Water (42:07)
Major League (4 mins.)
The Man In The Moon
Mumford (24:27)
My Best Friend's Wedding (promo)
The Package
A Perfect Murder
Peter Pan
The Postman (50:08)
The Prince Of Tides
The Sixth Sense
Space Jam
Three Men And A Little Lady (20 mins.)
Treasure Planet
Vertical Limit
The Village
Wyatt Earp

Manfred Hübler & Siegfried Schwab: Vampyros Lesbos: Sexaholic Dance Party
Akira Ifukube: Godzilla: 50th Anniversary Edition
Alberto Iglesias: La Mala Educación (43:17)
Neil Innes: Erik The Viking (w/dialogue)

Mark Isham:
At First Sight (25:08)
Billy Bathgate (33 mins.)
The Black Dahlia
Fire In The Sky
Miracle (45:02)
Of Mice And Men
The Public Eye
Quiz Show
Racing Stripes
A River Runs Through It (48 mins.)

Maurice Jarre:
The Bride
Dead Poets Society/The Year Of Living Dangerously
Enemies, A Love Story
Enemy Mine
Jarre By Jarre: Film Themes Of Maurice Jarre
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (25:49)
Maurice Jarre: The Emotion And The Strength
School Ties (31:13)
Top Secret! (37:12; That's Entertainment release w/Val Kilmer songs)

Zhao Jiping/San-Bao: Raise The Red Lantern: Music From The Films By Zhang Yimou

Quincy Jones: Walk, Don't Run (23 mins.; includes arrangements of non-Jones works by Ellington, Mizzy, (Arthur) Morton and Goldsmith to pad out the CD)

Trevor Jones:
Arachnophobia (40 mins.)
Around The World In 80 Days (48:39)
The Dark Crystal (Numenorean 2-CD release)
Hideaway (21 mins.)
The Last of the Mohicans (w/Randy Edelman)

Alfi Kabiljo: Sky Bandits
Jan A.P. Kaczmarek: Finding Neverland (FYC promo)

Michael Kamen:
Brazil (28 mins.)
Circle Of Friends (16 mins.; includes dialogue)
The Dead Zone
Die Hard*
Die Hard 2: Die Harder
Don Juan de Marco
Hudson Hawk (w/Robert Kraft; 20 mins.)
Inventing The Abbotts (29:49; w/one 3:53 cue by Jeff "Skunk" Baxter)
The Iron Giant (8:48)
The Iron Giant (Varese Sarabande album)
Last Action Hero
Lethal Weapon (w/Eric Clapton)
Lethal Weapon 2 (w/Eric Clapton and David Sanborn; 33:38)
Lethal Weapon 3 (w/Eric Clapton and David Sanborn)
Licence To Kill (28:29)
Mr. Holland's Opus (44:33)
Nothing But Trouble (4:17)
Open Range
Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves
The Three Musketeers
What Dreams May Come

Artie Kane: Eyes Of Laura Mars (17:04)
Arthur Kempel: The Arrival

Rolfe Kent:
About Schmidt (circa 39 mins.; w/interview and dialogue)
Kate & Leopold
Slums Of Beverly Hills (14:55)
Town & Country (27:41)

Randy Kerber (w/Drew Neumann):
The Wild Thornberrys Movie (FYC promo)
Wojciech Kilar: Bram Stoker's Dracula
Kevin Kiner: Wing Commander (themes by David Arnold)

Harald Kloser:
Alien Vs. Predator (w/Thomas Wanker, Thomas Schobel and James Brett)
The Day After Tomorrow (w/Thomas Wanker)

Erich Wolfgang Korngold: The Adventures Of Robin Hood (Marco Polo re-recording; the Moscow Symphony Orchestra cond. William T. Stromberg - complete score on DVD)

Michel Legrand:
Summer Of '42/The Picasso Summer
The Three Musketeers

Sylvester Levay:
Cobra (10 mins.)
Hot Shots!

Krishna Levy: 8 femmes (21:11)
Daniel Licht: Soul Survivors

Joseph LoDuca:
Army Of Darkness ("March Of The Dead" theme by Danny Elfman)
Le Pacte des Loups

John Loeffler, Ralph Schuckett, John Lissauer, John Angier, Manny Corallo, Ben Grey and Deniz Hughes: Pokémon: The First Movie

William Loose:
Cherry, Harry & Raquel
Russ Meyer's Original Motion Picture Soundtracks (w/Paul Ruhland and William Tasker... and lots of dialogue)

John Lunn: Get Real (6:32)

Mark Mancina:
Con Air (w/Trevor Rabin)

Henry Mancini:
The Adventures Of The Great Mouse Detective
The Best Of Henry Mancini Vol.3
In The Pink: The Ultimate Collection (not all Mancini originals)
Lifeforce (Varèse Sarabande release)
Mancini In Surround: Mostly Monsters, Murders & Mysteries
Mancini's Angels (not all Mancini originals)
The Pink Panther Strikes Again
Santa Claus: The Movie (22:12)
Silver Streak
Tom and Jerry: The Movie
Without A Clue

Henry Mancini/Michael Kamen: Lifeforce (La-La Land complete release)
Harry Manfredini: DeepStar Six

Hummie Mann:
Robin Hood: Men In Tights (20 mins.)
Year Of The Comet

Clint Mansell:

David Mansfield: Desperate Hours
Dario Marianelli: I Went Down (23:17; w/dialogue)

Brian May:
Death Before Dishonor (Prometheus expanded)
Mad Max 2

Dennis McCarthy: Star Trek: Generations
Don McGlashan: An Angel At My Table (7 mins.)
Michael Melvoin: The Main Event (55 seconds)

Alan Menken:
Beauty And The Beast
The Hunchback Of Notre Dame
Life With Mikey
The Little Mermaid

Cynthia Millar: Three Wishes

Randy Miller:
And You Thoughts Your Parents Were Weird!
Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth
Music For Films

Vic Mizzy:
The Caper Of The Golden Bulls/The Perils Of Pauline
Don't Make Waves
Vic Mizzy: Suites And Themes

Jerome Moross: The Big Country (Pickwick)

Ennio Morricone:
Cinema Paradiso
Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo: Extended Version
The Mission
The Music Of Ennio Morricone (free with The Sunday Times)
Once Upon A Time In America (Restless/Rykodisc expanded release)
Take Off! Film Hits
The Thing
The Very Best Of Ennio Morricone

John Morris:
Silent Movie
Spaceballs (7 mins.)
Spaceballs: The 19th Anniversary Edition
To Be Or Not To Be (w/dialogue)

Jerome Moross/Alfred Newman: The Big Country/How The West Was Won

Stanley Myers:
Castaway (23:06, all but one w/Hans Zimmer)
Music From The Films My Beautiful Laundrette/Sammy And Rosie Get Laid/Wish You Were Here (the first w/Hans Zimmer)

Drew Neumann: The Wild Thornberrys Movie (w/Randy Kerber)

Ira Newborn:
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (20:41)
Dragnet (19 mins.; w/David Newman, Lyn Murray & Don Nemitz)
The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell Of Fear/The Naked Gun: From The Files Of Police Squad!

Alfred Newman:
The Egyptian (w/Bernard Herrmann)
The Greatest Story Ever Told
The Greatest Story Ever Told (Varèse Sarabande 3-CD release)
How The West Was Won (TCM/Rhino 2 CD release)
The Robe

David Newman:
The Affair Of The Necklace
The Air Up There (3:39, w/J. Peter Robinson)
Anastasia (23 mins.)
Bowfinger (18:15)
The Brave Little Toaster (46 mins.)
Brokedown Palace (6:55)
Brokedown Palace (Super Tracks promo)
Critters (Intrada expanded release)
Dr. Seuss' The Cat In The Hat (44 mins.)
Duets (1:59)
The Flintstones (5:48)
Galaxy Quest
I Love Trouble
Ice Age
The Kindred
The Marrying Man (10 mins.)
Mr. Destiny
My Demon Lover (w/Ed Alton)
Operation Dumbo Drop (23 mins.)
Out To Sea (13:51)
The Phantom
Rover Dangerfield (19 mins; includes dialogue)
Throw Momma From The Train
The War Of The Roses/The Sandlot

Randy Newman:
A Bug's Life
Cars (FYC all-score promo)
James And The Giant Peach
Meet The Parents (21:36)
Monsters, Inc.
The Natural
The Paper
Toy Story
Toy Story 2

Thomas Newman:
American Beauty
Career Opportunities (8:15)
Erin Brockovich
Finding Nemo (w/dialogue, but not much)
The Good German
The Green Mile (62:13)
How To Make An American Quilt (25:22)
In The Bedroom (24:49)
Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events
The Linguini Incident (29 mins.; one cue w/Rick Cox and Jeff Elmassion)
Little Women (33:08)
Meet Joe Black (40:47)
Oscar And Lucinda (44:20)
The People Vs. Larry Flynt (23:14)
Phenomenon (3 mins.)
The Player (26 mins.)
Road To Perdition (61:31)
The Shawshank Redemption (44:07)
The War (28:56)
Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael

Thomas Newman/Chaz Jankel:
Desperately Seeking Susan/Making Mr. Right
Jack Nitzsche: Starman

Alex North:
Carny (w/Robbie Robertson)
The Film Music Of Alex North
The Misfits (Rykodisc expanded edition)
The Sound And The Fury
Alex North's 2001 (Varèse Sarabande re-recording cond. Jerry Goldsmith)

Michael Nyman:
The Piano
Practical Magic (11:42; original release before his score was thrown out)

John Ottman:
The Cable Guy (promo)
Music Inspired By The Film Cruel Intentions: Suites And Themes From The Scores
Of John Ottman
Eight Legged Freaks
Fantastic Four (signed by Jessica Alba!)
Hide And Seek
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Lake Placid
Portrait Of Terror (rejected score from Halloween H2O)
The Usual Suspects

Alan Parker: Jaws 3-D (theme by John Williams)
Don Peake/Graeme Revell: The People Under The Stairs
Detlef Petersen: Rennschwein Rudi Rüssel (14:18; one cue w/Ulf Meyer)

Jean-Claude Petit:
Cyrano de Bergerac
Le Hussard Sur Le Toit

Stu Phillips: Surf... Sex And Cycle-Psychos... A Diverse Potpourri Of Antediluvian Film Music By Stu Phillips
Antonio Pinto and Ed Cortês: Cidade De Deus (11:08)
Nicola Piovani: Hors La Vie/Palombella Rossa/Il Male Oscuro
Terry Plumeri: Black Eagle/Terror Within II

Basil Poledouris:
Big Wednesday
The Blue Lagoon
Cherry 2000/No Man's Land
Conan The Barbarian (Milan release)
Conan The Destroyer
Farewell To The King
The Film Music Of Basil Poledouris, Vol. 1 (the bit here in brackets will be removed when I get a replacement)
Flesh + Blood (Prometheus expanded release)
For Love Of The Game
Free Willy (30 mins.)
Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home (10:21)
Hot Shots! Part Deux
The Hunt For Red October
Iron Eagle
Les Misérables
Making The Grade (24:06)
Mickey Blue Eyes (9:24, plus 6:03 by Wolfgang Hammerschmid)
On Deadly Ground
Quigley Down Under (Intrada release)
Quigley Down Under (Prometheus complete release)
Red Dawn
Red Dawn (Intrada complete release)
Robocop 3
Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book
Serial Mom (30 mins.; w/dialogue)
Starship Troopers
The Touch
Under Siege 2: Dark Territory
Wired (7:34)

Rachel Portman:
Beauty And The Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (3 mins.)
Benny & Joon
The Cider House Rules
The Emperor's New Clothes
Hart's War
The Legend Of Bagger Vance (40:14)
Only You (22 mins.)
A Pyromaniac's Love Story/Great Moments In Aviation/Smoke/Ethan Frome
Rachel Portman - Soundtracks
Used People
War Of The Buttons
Where Angels Fear To Tread

Andrew Powell: Ladyhawke

John Powell:
Agent Cody Banks (5:54)
Chicken Run (w/Harry Gregson-Williams)
Evolution (w/Gavin Greenaway and James McKee Smith)
Face/Off (w/help from Gavin Greenaway)
Ice Age: The Meltdown
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
X-Men: The Last Stand

Zbigniew Preisner:
La Double Vie de Véronique
Trois Couleurs: Blanc

Trevor Rabin:
Remember The Titans (7:25)

David Raksin/Bernard Herrmann: Laura/Jane Eyre

J.A.C. Redford:

D3: The Mighty Ducks (theme by David Newman; 15:28)
Oliver & Company (15 mins.)

Graeme Revell:
Body Of Evidence
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie
Street Fighter (43:23)

J. Peter Robinson:
First Strike/Rumble In The Bronx
Wes Craven's New Nightmare (theme by Charles Bernstein)

J. Peter Robinson/Michael Kamen/Stewart Copeland: Highlander: The Original Scores

Robert Rodriguez:
Sin City (w/John Debney and Graeme Revell)
Spy Kids 2: The Island Of Lost Dreams (w/John Debney)

Leonard Rosenman:
The Lord Of The Rings (Fantasy)
The Lord Of The Rings (Fantasy reissue of Intrada expansion)
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

Laurence Rosenthal: Clash Of The Titans
William Ross: My Fellow Americans (10:38)

Nino Rota:

Nino Rota's Music To The Godfather
Romeo & Juliet

Bruce Rowland:
Lightning Jack
The Man From Snowy River
The Man From Snowy River II

Miklos Rozsa:
Atlantis: The Lost Continent/The Power
El Cid
Knight Without Armour (piano: David Robbins)

Arthur B. Rubinstein:
Blue Thunder
Fake Out
The Hard Way
Nick Of Time
WarGames (Polydor; 26 mins. with dialogue as well)
WarGames (Intrada complete release)

Willy Russell and George Hatzinassos: Shirley Valentine

Craig Safan:
The Last Starfighter
Major Payne
Money For Nothing
Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins...
Warning Sign

Ryuichi Sakamoto:
The Last Emperor (with David Byrne and Cong Su)
Little Buddha
Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence (32:30)

Philippe Sarde:
La fille de d'Artagnan
Lord Of The Flies
Sister Mary Explains It All (includes music from Lovesick and The Manhattan Project)

Lalo Schifrin:
The Amityville Horror
The Competition (19:40)
Dirty Harry (Aleph release)
Enter The Dragon
The Fourth Protocol
Kelly's Heroes (FSM release)
Rush Hour
Rush Hour 2
Something To Believe In (7:56)

Lalo Schifrin/Jerry Fielding:
Sudden Impact And The Best Of Dirty Harry!
Peter Schirmann: Fluchtweg St. Pauli – Großalarm für die Davidswache!
Gerard Schurmann: Horrors Of The Black Museum: The Film Music Of Gerard
Schurmann/Music For Films 1956-1984

John Scott:
The Deceivers
The Final Countdown
King Kong Lives
The New Swiss Family Robinson
Shogun Mayeda

Eric Serra: Le Grand Bleu

Marc Shaiman:
The Addams Family (theme by Vic Mizzy; 33 mins.)
Addams Family Values (theme by Vic Mizzy)
The American President
City Slickers
City Slickers II: The Legend Of Curly's Gold
A Few Good Men (21 mins.)
George Of The Jungle (6:46)
Mr. Saturday Night (19:30, or 25:45 if you count the first two tracks)
North (35 mins.)
One Night At McCool's (5:25)
The Out-Of-Towners (20:17)
Patch Adams (21:10)
Simon Birch (18:16)

Theodore Shapiro: Blades Of Glory

Edward Shearmur:
The Count Of Monte Cristo
Johnny English (theme by Edward Shearmur and Howard Goodall; 31:27)
Reign Of Fire
Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow

Jonathan Sheffer: Pure Luck (theme by Danny Elfman)

David Shire:
The Conversation
David Shire Film Music*
Farewell, My Lovely/Monkey Shines: An Experiment In Fear
The Taking Of Pelham One Two Three

Howard Shore:
The Aviator
The Departed (FYC promo)
Ed Wood
The Fly
A History Of Violence
The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring
The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring - The Complete Recordings
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers
The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King
M. Butterfly (29:38)
Mrs. Doubtfire
Panic Room
Philadephia (44 mins.)
Prelude To A Kiss (24 mins.)
Se7en (20 mins.)
The Silence Of The Lambs
White Man's Burden (7 mins.)

Alan Silvestri:
The Abyss
American Anthem (6 mins.)
Back To The Future (11 mins.)
Back To The Future Part II
Back To The Future Part III
Cast Away: The Zemeckis/Silvestri Collection
Cat's Eye
The Clan Of The Cave Bear
Death Becomes Her
The Delta Force (Enigma release)
The Delta Force (Intrada complete release)
Father Of The Bride (17 mins.)
Father Of The Bride Part II (23:07)
FernGully...The Last Rainforest
Flight Of The Navigator
Forrest Gump
Grumpier Old Men (4:43)
Judge Dredd (40 mins.)
Judgment Night
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider - The Cradle Of Life
Lilo & Stitch (14:28)
Mac And Me (4:28)
The Mack (19:50)
Maid In Manhattan (5:54)
The Mexican (33:58)
The Mummy Returns
My Stepmother Is An Alien (13 mins.)
Neil Simon's The Odd Couple II (theme by Neal Hefti)
No Mercy
The Parent Trap
The Polar Express (9:50)
Practical Magic (6:30)
Predator 2
The Quick And The Dead
Richie Rich
Romancing The Stone
Serendipity (2:57)
Stuart Little (9:56)
Stuart Little (score promo)*
Stuart Little 2 (11:12)
Van Helsing
What Lies Beneath
What Women Want (3:03)
What Women Want (FYC promo)*
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (38:45)
The Wild (31:44)
Young Guns II (59 seconds!)

Emilie Simon: La Marche de l'Empereur

Frank Skinner:
Back Street
Madame X

Michael Small:
Black Widow
Mountains Of The Moon
The Star Chamber/The Driver

Bruce Smeaton:

Bruce Smeaton/Jurrian Andriessen/Egisto Macchi/Christopher L. Stone: A Cry In The Dark/The Assault/The Rose Garden/The Naked Cage

Mark Snow:
Born To Be Wild
Crazy In Alabama (29:47)
Ernest Saves Christmas
The X Files

Carl Stalling: The Carl Stalling Project: Music From Warner Bros. Cartoons 1936-1958
Ronald Stein: Not Of This Earth: The Film Music Of Ronald Stein

Max Steiner:
Gone With The Wind
The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre (Marco Polo re-recording; the Moscow Symphony
Orchestra cond. William T. Stromberg)

Morton Stevens:
Act Of Piracy/The Great White
One Man Jury

David A. Stewart: Cookie's Fortune (w/Candy Dulfer and Steve McLaughlin)

Christopher Stone:

Fist Of The North Star/Ticks
The Stupids

Richard Stone: Sundown
Marty Stuart, Kristin Wilkinson and Larry Paxton: All The Pretty Horses
Toru Takemitsu: The Film Music Of Toru Takemitsu
Frederic Talgorn: Fortress
Peter Thomas:Futuremusik
Yann Tiersen: Le Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain
Colin Towns: The Puppet Masters

Brian Tyler:
Bubba Ho-Tep
The Hunted
War (w/RZA and Mark Batson, I believe)

Shigeru Umebayashi: 2046 (24:42, plus 6:17 Peer Raben)

Chariots Of Fire

Jerry Van Rooyen: At 250 Miles Per Hour
James L. Venable: Scary Movie 4

Shirley Walker:
Batman: Mask Of The Phantasm
Escape From L.A. (w/John Carpenter; theme by John Carpenter and Alan Howarth)
Memoirs Of An Invisible Man

Ken Wannberg:
The Film Music Of Ken Wannberg: Vol. 3
The Philadelphia Experiment/Mother Lode

Stephen Warbeck: Shakespeare In Love

Nigel Westlake:
Babe (25:31; w/lots and lots and LOTS of dialogue)
Babe: Pig In The City (10:26; ditto)

Bill Whelan: Some Mother's Son
David Whitaker: The Sword And The Sorcerer
Gert Wilden: Schulmädchen-Report

John Williams:
The Accidental Tourist
A.I.: Artificial Intelligence
Always (46 mins.)
Angela's Ashes
Born On The Fourth Of July (25 mins.)
Catch Me If You Can (43:21)
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind: The Collector's Edition
Empire Of The Sun (45 mins.)
The Empire Strikes Back
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (MCA original release)
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (MCA first expanded release)
Far And Away
Fitzwilly/The Long Goodbye
The Fury (Arista release)
The Fury (Varèse Sarabande CD Club release)*
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (ad. William Ross)
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Home Alone (43:30)
Home Alone 2: Lost In New York (Fox release)
Home Alone 2: Lost In New York (Varèse Sarabande CD Club release)
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Jaws: The Collector's Edition Soundtrack
Jaws 2
JFK (38 mins.)
John Goldfarb, Please Come Home!
John Williams Filmworks
Jurassic Park
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
Memoirs Of A Geisha
Minority Report
The Missouri Breaks (Rykodisc expanded release)
The Patriot
Presumed Innocent
Raiders Of The Lost Ark (CBS release)
Raiders Of The Lost Ark (Silva Screen/DCC expanded release)
The Reivers
Return Of The Jedi (RSO release)
The River
Saving Private Ryan
Schindler's List
Seven Years In Tibet
The Spielberg/Williams Collaboration
Stanley & Iris
Star Wars (Polydor/PolyGram release)
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (Sony Classical 2-disc set)
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (Sony Classical 2-disc set)
Star Wars Episode VI: Return Of The Jedi (Sony Classical 2-disc set)
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace - The Ultimate Edition
Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith
Superman: The Movie (Warner Bros. release)
Superman: The Movie (Warner Archives/Rhino 2-disc release)
The Terminal
The Towering Inferno
War Of The Worlds
The Witches Of Eastwick

John Williams/Henry Mancini: Penelope/Bachelor In Paradise

Patrick Williams:
The Cutting Edge: The Deluxe Edition (20:22)
Just Between Friends

Debbie Wiseman:
Arsène Lupin (personally signed!)
Something Here: The Film And Television Music Of Debbie Wiseman
Wilde (50:49)

Alex Wurman:
Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind (9:51)
March Of The Penguins

Gabriel Yared:
Cold Mountain (15:25)
The One & Only (23:15)
The Talented Mr. Ripley (21 mins.)

Christopher Young:
Bandits (7:16)
Cinema Septet
The Dark Half
Def-Con 4/Avenging Angel/Torment/The Telephone
The Exorcism Of Emily Rose
Flowers In The Attic
The Fly II
The Glass House
Hard Rain
Hellbound: Hellraiser II/Highpoint
U-Boats: The Wolfpack
Urban Legend (15 mins.)

Christopher Young/David Storrs: Invaders From Mars (Intrada 2-CD release)
Victor Young: Around The World In Eighty Days (Brunswick release)
Aaron Zigman: Bridge To Terabithia (14:54)

Hans Zimmer:
Black Rain (21:30)
Broken Arrow
Driving Miss Daisy (22:59)
Drop Zone (w/Nick Glennie-Smith and Ryeland Allison)
An Everlasting Piece (w/The Jigs)
Green Card (31 mins.)
K2 (the bit here in brackets will be removed when I get a replacement)
A League Of Their Own (15:41)
The Lion King (20 mins.)*
Pacific Heights
Point Of No Return (26 mins.)
The Prince Of Egypt (20 mins.)
Selections From The Prince Of Egypt (Wal-Mart Collector's Edition; 10:10)
Radio Flyer
Rain Man (11 mins.)
Regarding Henry
The Simpsons Movie (w/Ryeland Allison, Lorne Balfe, James Dooley, Henry Jackman, Michael Levine and Atli Örvarsson; theme by Danny Elfman)
Spanglish (inc. one cue by Heitor Pereira)
True Romance (CD single with the 10:34 on the soundtrack album)
Toys (9:30; w/Trevor Horn)

Adventures In Hollywood
Arnold Schwarzenegger Action-Collection
Astérix au Cinéma
Best Of Adventure (the bit here in brackets will be removed when I get a replacement)
The Best Disney Album In The World... Ever!
The Best of Godzilla Vol. One - "Then" (1954-1975)
The Best of Godzilla Vol. Two - "Now" (1984-1995)
The Best of Hemdale
Best Of Jean-Claude Van Damme
Best Of Jean-Claude Van Damme Vol. II
Best Of The West
Celebrating The Classics
Cinema du Monde
The Cinephile Sampler
Fantastic Journey
The Fantasy Film Music Of George Pal
Film 81 (NOTE: The only music on this album actually written for the silver screen, as opposed to being merely used on it, is five minutes from Laurence Rosenthal's Clash Of The Titans)
Filmtracks II: The Best Of British Film Music
Focus Features Music Sampler Volume 1
Fox Music Top Shelf Library
Great Warner Bros. Action Movies
The Hammer Comedy Film Music Collection
The Hammer Film Music Collection: Volume One
Happy Trails: Round-Up 2
Highway To Hollywood: Big Movie Hits Vol. 2
Hollywood Backlot: Big Movie Hits Vol. 3
Hollywood Soundstage: Big Movie Hits Vol. 1
Hollywood's Greatest Hits: Vol. 1
James Bond Collection: 10th Anniversary Edition
Main Title Madness
MGM Music Sampler
MGM Sneak Preview Compilation
Movie Collector Magazine's Top Scores
Movie Love Themes
Music For Gracious Living
Paramount Pictures 90th Anniversary Memorable Scores
Paramount Pictures Score Cues: Volume 1
Passions & Achievements: A Ron Howard Retrospective
Sony Pictures Film Music 1993-94
Sony Pictures Film Music 1995
The Soundtrack Generation & The Young Nerds Generation
Soundtrack Sampler 2005: The Best Of CAM
Star Tracks
Star Tracks II
Themes From Classic Science Fiction, Fantasy And Horror Films
Time Warp
Top Cinema USA
Universal Presents Golden Awards
Varèse Sarabande: A 25th Anniversary Celebration
Varèse Sarabande: A 25th Anniversary Celebration Vol. 2
Varèse Sarabande: A 30th Anniversary Celebration
The Warner Bros. Film Scores: Vol. 1

Various Song OSTs With No Score:
Batman (Prince)
Dirty Dancing
Honeymoon In Vegas
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
Now And Then
Pretty Woman
Rue des Plasirs (includes Laetitia Casta singing!)
That Thing You Do!
Wayne's World


John Altman: Peak Practice
Michael Andrews: Freaks And Geeks (12:07)

Edwin Astley:
International Detective (theme by Leroy Holmes and Sidney Shaw)
The Saint/Secret Agent

Angelo Badalamenti: Music From Twin Peaks
Ben Bartlett: Walking With Beasts (inc. music from Ballad Of Big Al and Walking With Dinosaurs)
Geoff Barstow and Alan Hawkshaw: Live Action Entertainment 13
Mike Batt: The Dreamstone
Jeff Beal: Carnivàle (main title theme by Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman)

Christophe Beck:
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Music From Season Two*
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Music From Season Three*

Robert Russell Bennett (themes by Richard Rodgers): Victory At Sea
Elmer Bernstein: Themes From The General Electric Theater
Elmer Bernstein/Jerome Moross: National Geographic Presents Yankee Sails Across Europe/Grizzly!

Peter Bernstein:
Rough Riders (G Troop theme by Elmer Bernstein)
21 Jump Street (theme by Liam Sternberg, sung by Holly Robinson; 4:45)

Peter Best: The Heroes/Heroes II: The Return
Ragnar Bjerkreim: The Kon-Tiki Man
Richard Blackford: Millennium (50:27)
Howard Blake: The Snowman
Roger Bolton: Roger Bolton: Television And Film Music 1991-1994

Bruce Broughton:
The Ballad Of Lucy Whipple
The Blue And The Gray
Cartoon Concerto
Eloise At The Plaza/Eloise At Christmastime
Heart Of Darkness (videogame)
Mark Twain's Roughing It
The Master Of Ballantrae
O Pioneers!
True Women

Velton Ray Bunch:
The Pretender
Quantum Leap (theme by Mike Post; 32 mins.)

Geoffrey Burgon:

Brideshead Revisited
Brideshead Revisited: The Television Scores Of Geoffrey Burgon
The Forsyte Saga

Sean Callery:
24: Seasons Four And Five

Kristopher Carter: Batman Beyond: Return Of The Joker
Thomas Chase and Steve Rucker: Dexter's Laboratory: The Musical Time Machine
Jay Chattaway (theme by Jerry Goldsmith): Star Trek: Voyager

Paul Chihara:
James Clavell's Noble House
King Of The Olympics: The Lives And Loves Of Avery Brundage

Bob Cobert:
Dark Shadows: The 30th Anniversary Collection
The Original Music From Dark Shadows: Deluxe Edition
Original Music From Dark Shadows - Volume 3
The Night Stalker And Other Classic Thrillers
War And Remembrance (the bit here in brackets will be removed when I get a replacement)
The Winds Of War

Michel Colombier: Largo Winch (46:12)

Vladimir Cosma:
Les Plus Grands Succes Télé De Vladimir Cosma
Michel Strogoff
Mistral's Daughter

Alexander Courage: Star Trek
Alexander Courage/Joseph Mullendore: Lost In Space Vol. 2 (theme by Johnny Williams, as he was billed at the time)

Hoyt Curtin and Bob Sakuma:
Battle Of The Planets (Super Tracks release)
Battle Of The Planets (Silva Screen 2-disc release, one disc each)

Martin Davich (theme by James Newton Howard): ER (33 mins.)
Carl Davis: Carl Davis: The World At War, Pride And Prejudice And Other Great Themes

John Debney:
Class Of '61/In Pursuit Of Honor
seaQuest DSV

Steve Dorff:
Alien Nation (w/Larry Herbstritt and David Kurtz)
Theme From Growing Pains And Other Hit T.V. Themes

Anne Dudley:
The 10th Kingdom
Kavanagh QC (w/John Keane)

Randy Edelman:

Citizen X
The Ten Commandments

Albert Elms and Wilfred Josephs (theme by Ron Grainer): The Prisoner
Jon English and Mario Millo: Against The Wind
David Fanshawe: Flambards

Allyn Ferguson:
The Film Music Of Allyn Ferguson: Vol. 3 - Ironclads & April Morning
Master Of The Game

Dominic Frontiere:
The Outer Limits (47 mins; GNP Crescendo release)
The Outer Limits (La-La Land 3-disc release)
Washington Behind Closed Doors

Gerald Fried/Alexander Courage: Star Trek: Volume Three

Michael Giacchino:
Alias (main title theme by J.J. Abrams)
Alias: Season 2 (main title theme by J.J. Abrams)
Lost (main title theme by J.J. Abrams)
Lost: Season 2 (main title theme by J.J. Abrams)
Secret Weapons Over Normandy

Ernest Gold/Leonard Rosenman:
National Geographic Presents: The Last Vikings/Dr. Leakey And The Dawn Of Man (theme by Elmer Bernstein)
Billy Goldenberg: Around The World In 80 Days

Jerry Goldsmith:
Christus Apollo
Contract On Cherry Street
Hawkins On Murder/Winter Kill/Babe
Jerry Goldsmith: The Early Years - Volume One

William Goldstein:
Danielle Steel's Zoya (two themes by Basil Poledouris)
Morton Gould: Holocaust
Paul Grabowsky: Noah's Ark
The Grateful Dead and Merl Saunders: The Twilight Zone

Barry Gray:
Captain Scarlet
Joe 90
No Strings Attached (+ songs)
The Secret Service
Supercar/Fireball XL5
Thunderbirds 2

Jay Gruska: Lois & Clark: The New Adventures Of Superman

Christopher Gunning:
Agatha Christie's Poirot
The Big Battalions
Dennis Potter's Karaoke and Cold Lazarus (8 mins./54 mins.)

Earle Hagen:
I Spy (Warner Bros.)*
I Spy (FSM original scores, w/Hugo Friedhofer, Shorty Rogers and Carl Brandt)

Jan Hammer:
The Best of Miami Vice
Escape From Television
Miami Vice (12:32)

Joe Harnell: The Film Music Of Joe Harnell

Richard Harvey:
Doctor Finlay
Terrahawks (67:25)

Tony Hatch: The Best Of Tony Hatch & His Orchestra
Bernard Herrmann: The CBS Years - Vol. 1: The Westerns
Mike Hewer: Father Christmas
Ingfried Hoffmann: Robbi, Tobbi und das Fliewatüüt (w/dialogue)

Lee Holdridge:
Buffalo Girls/Gunfighter's Moon
East Of Eden (Intrada expanded release)

Lee Holdridge and Don Davis: Beauty And The Beast: Of Love And Hope (w/poetry)
Ken Howard and Alan Blaikley: The Flame Trees Of Thika
Maurice Jarre: Shogun
Ron Jones: Star Trek: The Next Generation Vol. 2 - "The Best Of Both Worlds" (theme by Jerry Goldsmith and Alexander Courage)

Laurie Johnson:
50 Years Of The Music Of Laurie Johnson: Volume One
50 Years Of The Music Of Laurie Johnson: Volume Two
Laurie Johnson "...With A Vengeance"
The Rose And The Gun: The Music Of Laurie Johnson

Trevor Jones:
Gulliver's Travels
The Last Place On Earth

Michael Kamen: Band Of Brothers
Sol Kaplan/Gerald Fried: Star Trek: Volume Two (theme by Alexander Courage)

Fred Karlin:
The Fred Karlin Collection Vol. 1
The Fred Karlin Collection Vol. 3: Electronic Chronicle

Laura Karpman: Taken
Denis King: Lovejoy: The Music Of Denis King
Koji Kondo: The Legend Of Zelda: Memories Of Time (videogame)
Robert J. Kral: Angel (58:01 plus one 1:12 Christophe Beck cue; theme by Darling Violetta)

Russ Landau:
Survivor (ITV version)
Survivor (w/David Vanacore; CBS version)

Rob Lane: The Sins (4:49)

Michel Legrand:
Danielle Steel's The Ring
La Bicyclette Bleue

Joseph LoDuca:
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys - Vol. 3
The Librarian: Return To King Solomon's Mines/The Librarian: Quest For The Spear
Xena: Warrior Princess
Xena: Warrior Princess Vol. 2
Xena: Warrior Princess - The Bitter Suite: A Musical Odyssey
Xena: Warrior Princess Vol. 4
Xena: Warrior Princess Vol. 6
Young Hercules

Henry Mancini:
The Music From Peter Gunn
The Thorn Birds

Simon May:
New Vintage: The Best Of Simon May (+ songs)

Dennis McCarthy:
Gone To Texas/Hidden In Silence
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Star Trek: The Next Generation - "Encounter At Farpoint" (theme by Jerry Goldsmith and Alexander Courage) (the bit here in brackets will be removed when I get a replacement)
Star Trek: The Next Generation Vol. 3 (theme by Jerry Goldsmith and Alexander Courage)
V: The Final Battle
V: The Series

Garry McDonald and Laurie Stone:

The Flying Doctors
Robbery Under Arms

Mark McKenzie:
In From The Night/Silver Bells
Joel McNeely: The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Vol. 3 (w/Laurence Rosenthal)
Robert Mellin and Gian-Piero Reverberi: The Adventures Of Robinson Crusoe
Sheldon Mirowitz: Columbus And The Age Of Discovery
Fred Mollin: Forever Knight (61 mins.)

Ennio Morricone:

John Morris: Scarlett
Lionel Newman: Hong Kong (w/Frank Comstock, Billy May, Marty Paich and S. Keller)
Thomas Newman: Angels In America (62:20)

Alex North:

Africa (Prometheus expanded release)
Rich Man, Poor Man

Alan Parker: Rhodes

Jim Parker:
The House Of Eliott
Soldier Soldier (48 mins.)

Daniel Pemberton: TVpopmuzik
Serge Perathonet and Jannick Top: Le Bleu de l'Océan
Jean-Claude Petit: Seaforth

Barrington Pheloung:
Days Of Majesty (40 mins.)
Inspector Morse (28:44)

Stu Phillips:
Battlestar Galactica (MCA release)
Knight Rider (theme by Glen A. Larson and Stu Phillips)

Basil Poledouris:
The Legend Of Butch & Sundance
Lonesome Dove (Sonic Images expanded release)

Steve Porcaro and John Keane: The Sentinel (25:20 and 32:13; theme by James Newton Howard)

Mike Post (and Pete Carpenter):
The A-Team
Inventions From The Blue Line
Music From L.A., Law And Otherwise
The Television Music Of Mike Post And Pete Carpenter
Television Theme Songs

Andy Price: Robin Hood
Craig Pruess: Peak Practice: Music From The Peaks (theme by John Altman)
J.A.C. Redford: Independence
Nelson Riddle: Batman (theme by Neal Hefti; w/dialogue)
J. Peter Robinson: Nightmare Café (25:09)

Laurence Rosenthal:
Anastasia: The Mystery Of Anna
Laurence Rosenthal: Music For Television
Peter The Great
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Vol. 1 (w/Joel McNeely)
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Vol. 2 (w/Joel McNeely)

Bruce Rowland:
All The Rivers Run (BSX expanded, signed)
The Film And Television Themes Of Bruce Rowland
Journey To The Center Of The Earth

Pete Rugolo:
The Fugitive
Thriller/Richard Diamond

Puffy AmiYumi: Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi
Jeff Rona: Chicago Hope (themes by Mark Isham)
David G. Russell (TV movie) and Kevin Kiner (series): Black Scorpion

Ray Russell:
The Composer's Cut
Promotions: Creative Themes For Trailers And Campaigns
A Touch Of Frost (theme by Barbara Thompson and Jon Hiseman)

Craig Safan: Son Of The Morning Star
Paul Sawtell/Jerry Goldsmith: Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea

Dale Schacker:
Saber Rider And The Star Sheriffs
Saber Rider And The Star Sheriffs - Soundtrack 2 (22:59; w/other international

Lalo Schifrin:
A.D. (Anno Domini) (BBC release)
The Best Of Mission: Impossible - Then And Now (with John Davis as "Now"; includes 15-minute Peter Graves interview)
Planet Of The Apes: The TV Series (includes one score by Earle Hagen)

Sigi Schwab: Laura und Luis (29:16)
John Scott: Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy
Jay Semko, Jack Lenz and John K. McCarthy: dueSouth (14 mins.)
Marc Shaiman: 61* (NOTE: The asterisk is part of the title!)

Alan Silvestri:

CHiPs: Season Two 1978-79 (theme by John Parker)
The Legend Of Mythica: Tokyo DisneySea (theme park music)

Marty Simon: Lexx: The Dark Zone Stories

Mark Snow:
In The Line Of Duty
The Snow Files: The Film Music Of Mark Snow
The Truth And The Light: Music From The X Files (w/dialogue)
The X Files (single)

Morton Stevens: Tiburon
Stanislas Syrewicz: The Choir (26 mins.)
Frederic Talgorn: Epic Movie Adventures
Chris Tilton: Mercenaries (videogame; themes by Michael Giacchino)

Colin Towns:
The Buccaneers
Capital City

W.G. Snuffy Walden:
Music by... W.G. Snuffy Walden
The Stand
thirtysomething (45 mins.; w/Stewart Levin, plus Jay Gruska)

Stephen Warbeck: A Christmas Carol
Ed Welch: Moonshot

John Williams:
Call Of The Champions (aka An American Journey)
Jane Eyre
Land Of The Giants (inc. Alexander Courage's rejected pilot score)
Lost In Space Vol. 1
Lost In Space Vol. 3 (w/Hans J. Salter, Herman Stein, Richard LaSalle and Warren Barker)

John Williams/George Duning: The Time Tunnel

Christopher Young:
Norma Jean And Marilyn
Something The Lord Made

Hans Zimmer:
Millennium: Tribal Wisdom And The Modern World

Various (specific series, arranged by show title):
Adventures Of Superman (theme by Leon Klatzkin)
Amazing Stories: Anthology One (theme by John Williams)
Amazing Stories: Anthology Two (theme by John Williams)
Amazing Stories: Anthology Three (theme by John Williams)
American Dreams: 1963-1964 (theme song by Emerson Hart)
Batmania: Songs Inspired By The Batman TV Series
Batman Beyond (main theme by Kristopher Carter, end theme by Shirley Walker)
Beverly Hills 90210 (theme by John E. Davis)
Bod: Words & Music
Buffy The Vampire Slayer - "Once More, With Feeling"
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Radio Sunnydale (theme by Nerf Herder)
Music From Disney's California Adventure
The Flintstones: Modern Stone-Age Melodies (theme by Hanna-Barbera-Curtin)
Free To Be... You And Me
Our Little Corner Of The World: Music From Gilmore girls (sig. tune from Carole King and Louise Goffin)
Hannah Montana 2/Meet Miley Cyrus
High School Musical
Jericho/The Ghostbreaker (Jericho theme by Jerry Goldsmith; The Ghostbreaker entirely John, sorry JOHNNY Williams)
La Vuelta Al Mundo De Willy Fog
Lizzie McGuire (theme by Sam Winans)
Logan's Run (theme by Laurence Rosenthal)
Lost In Space: 40th Anniversary Edition (themes by Johnny Williams)
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (theme by Jerry Goldsmith)
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Vol. 2 (theme by Jerry Goldsmith)
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Vol. 3 (inc. The Girl From U.N.C.L.E.: theme by Jerry
The Spy With My Face: Music From The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Movies (theme by Jerry
Original Music From The Man From U.N.C.L.E.* (arr. Hugo Montenegro)
More Music From The Man from U.N.C.L.E.* (arr. Hugo Montenegro)
The Mighty Hercules
People's Century (theme by Zbigniew Preisner)
Pokémon: Gotta Catch 'Em All!
The Best of Power Rangers
The Prisoner: Volume 2 (theme by Ron Grainer)
The Roaring Twenties (theme by Jerry Livingston and Mack David)
Robotech: 20th Anniversary Edition
Santa Barbara (theme by Joseph Harnell)
Santo Bugito
The Simpsons: Songs In The Key Of Springfield (theme by Danny Elfman; w/dialogue)
Go Simpsonic With The Simpsons (theme by Danny Elfman; w/dialogue)
Space: 1999 - Year 1 (theme by Barry Gray)
The Best Of Star Trek: 30th Anniversary Special
The Best Of Star Trek: Volume 2
Survival: The Music Of Nature
Shut It! The Music Of The Sweeney (theme by Harry South; w/dialogue)
Tales From The Crypt (theme by Danny Elfman)
The Twilight Zone: Volume 2 (theme by Bernard Herrmann)
The Twilight Zone - The 40th Anniversary Collection
Xena: Warrior Princess - "Lyre, Lyre, Hearts On Fire"
The Young And The Restless ("theme" by Barry DeVorzon and Perry Botkin, Jr.)

Various (non-specific collections):
A Is For Action
American Television Themes Vol. 3
The A To Z Of British TV Themes, Vol. 2
The A To Z Of British TV Themes, Vol. 3 (the bit here in brackets will be removed when I get a replacement)
Australian TV's Greatest Hits
The Avengers & Other Top Sixties TV Themes
BBC Sporting Themes
The Best Of BBC TV Themes
The Best Of British Television
The Best Of Hanna-Barbera: Tunes From The Toons
The Best Of Nicktoons
Best Of The TV Detectives Vol. 1
Cartoon Medley
CBS: The First 50 Years
Chuck Barris Presents TV Game Show Themes
Classic TV Game Show Themes
Cult TV Classics Vol. 1
Department TV
Dick Powell Presents Themes From The Original Sound Track Of Four Star
Television Productions
Fantastic Television!!
Favourite TV Themes
40 Years Of BBC TV Themes
Generation Fernseh-Kult: Der Soundtrack unserer Jugend
Generation Fernseh-Kult 2
Geoff Love And His Orchestra Play Your Top TV Themes
Girl In A Suitcase
The Great British Experience
Hanna-Barbera Classics: Vol. 1
hEARS premEARS Vol. 1: Music From Disney Channel Original Movies
Hit TV: Television's Top Themes
Jazz In Prime Time*
Les enfants de la Télé
Mobil Masterpiece Theatre
Music From CBS Westerns
The Newest Nicktoons
100% Kidz Party
Operation Manga
Saturday Morning: Cartoons' Greatest Hits
Sonic Images: Prime Time
The Sound Gallery
The Sound Spectrum
Spectacle: Entertainment 23
Summon The Heroes
Tee Vee Toons: The Commercials
Télé Tubes Vol. 1
Télé Tubes Vol. 2
Television's Greatest Hits
Television's Greatest Hits Vol. 2
Television's Greatest Hits Vol. 3
Television's Greatest Hits Vol. 4: Black And White Classics
Television's Greatest Hits Vol. 5: In Living Color
Television's Greatest Hits Vol. 6: Remote Control
Television's Greatest Hits Vol. 7: Cable Ready
Television Today Vol. 2
That's Entertainment: Entertainment 15
Themes To Remember*
thirtysomething: American Television Themes Vol. 2
This Is... Cult Fiction Royale
The Thorn Birds And Other BBC TV Themes
Timeless TV Themes
Toon Tunes
Top TV Themes '64
A Tribute To Television
Tubes Télé Années 80s
TV Land Crimestoppers: TV's Greatest P.I. Themes
TV Themes Of The '70s
TV Themes 2: The Best Of UK Gold
TV Western Themes
The Very Best Of Children's BBC Theme Tunes
The Very Best Of Disney Channel
The World Of BBC TV Themes
World Of Sound

In memory of: Rare Discs (formerly 58 Dean Street Records), Mister CD, the Notting Hill Music & Video Exchange, and Tower Records.

And Elmer Bernstein, Michel Colombier, Alexander Courage, Frank DeVol, Jerry Goldsmith, Alex North, Alfred Newman, Basil Poledouris, David Raksin, Leonard Rosenman, Max Steiner...