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Film order for score cues (including agency promo album)?
• Posted by: Yavar Moradi   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, October 29, 2018, at 3:52 p.m.
• IP Address: c-68-84-149-208.hsd1.nm.comcast.net

The situation on this Poledouris score is rather strange...

http://www.soundtrackcollector.com/title/9958/Mickey+Blue+Eyes

There is a commercial soundtrack album with some Poledouris score cues, additional score cues by Wolfgang Hammerschmid, and a bunch of pre-existing songs.

Then, there is a Kraft-Engel Management Basil score-only promo which I got my hands on recently...but bizarrely it doesn't include any of the score cues from the commercial album for whatever reason, and yet it still has less than ten minutes of Basil's score for Mickey Blue Eyes, plus randomly at the end, the Main Title from Kimberly. On a disc that's just 13.5 minutes long including the Main Title, one would think there would be room to include more, but maybe there was some legal stipulation against providing anything from the commercial soundtrack release, and this was all that was left of his score that could be included? (It would be nice to know, at least, if it is possible to assemble the full Poledouris score between the two CDs.)

Does anyone know the story on this complicated situation, or at least how one would rearrange the score cues from both CDs into chronological order? If so, I will seek out the commercial album and complete my Basil Poledouris score collection at last.

Yavar






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