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uli
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Mr. E
  No "Yoho" in POTC Scores   Monday, July 31, 2006 (2:13 a.m.) 

hi!
Does anyone know, why Zimmer and Badelt didnīt use the original theme song from the Disneyland Attraction in their scores ? Come on, itīs a classic! Iīd love to hear a full brass statement of "A Pirateīs life for me" popping up somewhere in the score... (well, perharps alan silvestri would have done a respectful musical treatment to the original rideīs song...)

anyway - there are some video games in the potc franchise, which seam to have also orchestral scores... Does anyone know whether these soundtracks use the original theme ?

uli

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Anthony Aguilar
  Re: No "Yoho" in POTC Scores   Monday, July 31, 2006 (7:39 a.m.) 

> hi!
Does anyone know, why Zimmer and Badelt didnīt use the original
> theme song from the Disneyland Attraction in their scores ? Come on, itīs
> a classic! Iīd love to hear a full brass statement of "A Pirateīs
> life for me" popping up somewhere in the score...

Maybe some obscure licensing issue? It's weird how these things work sometimes.

But I'm with you, a huge orchestral version of that ditty would have been awesome indeed! I'm at least glad they paid homage at the beginning of the first movie, though, with the little lullaby-thingy.

Mr. E('s not a pirate, e's a robot!)

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Admiral Hull
  Re: No "Yoho" in POTC Scores   Monday, July 31, 2006 (9:47 a.m.) 

I still have hopes that Zimmer or whoever "composes" the third score will surprise us with a full blown orchestral version of the original "Yo Ho" song. That would be wonderful. Knowing zimmer though, if we get anything, it will be a synth barrage with orchestra drowned out. But, hopes stay alive, right?

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Anthony Aguilar
  Re: No "Yoho" in POTC Scores   Monday, July 31, 2006 (5:57 p.m.) 

> I still have hopes that Zimmer or whoever "composes" the third
> score will surprise us with a full blown orchestral version of the
> original "Yo Ho" song. That would be wonderful. Knowing zimmer
> though, if we get anything, it will be a synth barrage with orchestra
> drowned out. But, hopes stay alive, right?
You don't suppose there's a chance they'll get someone else to do the score, do you? The makers of the X-Men trilogy didn't seem to have a problem doing that.

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Admiral Hull
  Re: No "Yoho" in POTC Scores   Tuesday, August 1, 2006 (8:02 a.m.) 

You don't suppose there's a chance they'll get someone else to do the
> score, do you? The makers of the X-Men trilogy didn't seem to have
> a problem doing that.

Bruckheimer? Getting someone else to do the score? Impossible!

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