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PostPosted: Sun Aug 07, 2011 6:38 am 
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For some time now Intrada has released several soundtracks from Disney films. They have released titles in their Special Collection series of limited edition CDs for which they license titles from Disney. Quite recently however they have also released titles in collaboration with Walt Disney Records. These titles are not limited edition CDs.

Disney titles that Intrada has released in their Special Collection series are (these are all limited editions):

- Baby Secret of the Lost Legend (Jerry Goldsmith) - Out of print
- Condorman (Henry Mancini) - Out of print
- Hocus Pocus (John Debney) - Still available
- Honey, I Srunk the Kids (James Horner) - Out of print
- Island at the Top of the World (Maurice Jarre) - Out of print
- The Journey of Natty Gann (James Horner) - Out of print
- The Last Flight of Noah's Ark (Maurice Jarre) - Out of print
- Night Crossing (Jerry Goldsmith) - Still available
- One Little Indian (Jerry Goldsmith) - Out of print
- Something Wicked This Way Comes (James Horner) - Out of print
- Squanto: A Warrior's Tale (Joel McNeely) - Out of print
- White Fang (Basil Poledouris & Hans Zimmer) - Out of print

Disney titles that Intrada has released in collaboration with Walt Disney Records (these are all unlimited and still available):

- 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (Paul J. Smith)
- The Black Cauldron (Elmer Bernstein)
- The Black Hole (John Barry)
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Henry Jackman)
- The Lone Ranger (Hans Zimmer)
- The Muppets Most Wanted / The Muppets (Christopher Beck)
- Oz: The Great and Powerfull (Danny Elfman)
- Tinker Bell (Joel McNeely)
- Toy Story 3 (Randy Newman)
- Up (Michael Giacchino)

More information and sound clips at www.intrada.com.

BTW, in the early nineties Intrada has also released a few Disney titles, but none of them are available anymore. These were:

- Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (Bruce Broughton)
- Honey, I Blew Up the Kid (Bruce Broughton)


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Can somebody explain this whole intrada thing to me? Is it not part of Disney Records? And if not, how can they release Disney records? And why are they completely random? :?


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I wish Intrada would release complete versions of Disney scores - The Little Mermaid, Lion King, and countless other Disney movies have fabulous music the whole way through that previous CD releases just don't include. I know there'd be a small market for it, but I would love to have complete soundtrack/scores for Disney films.

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monorail91 wrote:
I wish Intrada would release complete versions of Disney scores - The Little Mermaid, Lion King, and countless other Disney movies have fabulous music the whole way through that previous CD releases just don't include.

I totally agree! I love listening to Disney film scores.

Compare this '...To Die For' track on The Lion King CDs.
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an uncut version of '...To Die For' floating around the Internet.
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and an uncut version of the score when Simba discovers his dad is dead and Scar tells him to run away.
<iframe width="425" height="349" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/y7ks_FkcFWY" frameborder="0"></iframe>

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SWillie! wrote:
Can somebody explain this whole intrada thing to me? Is it not part of Disney Records? And if not, how can they release Disney records? And why are they completely random? :?


From what I can tell, Intrada is kind of like SHOUT! Factory for CD's. In this case, becuase Disney doesn't want to spend money on releasing their own soundtracks for various titles, they have shared the rights with Intrada and allowed them to release these titles for them.

If I left something out, someone else can add to it, but I think that sums up the basics.

This by the way is great news!

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Yes, that basiclally sums it up.


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Intrada has announced the titel. It's Squanto: A Warriors tale by Joel McNeely.

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World premier release of powerhouse Joel McNeely soundtrack for Walt Disney outdoor action tale set in 17th century, starring Adam Beach, directed by Xavier Koller. Tale of Native American (Beach) taken prisoner by British troops inspires McNeely to create rich, evocative main theme with tinge of haunting sadness, then surround with dynamic action, colorful ideas for locale. Highlights are many but action cues certainly command attention! Another exciting highlight: McNeely actually composes full "End Credits" music to bring score to rewarding close! Complete score presented in dynamic stereo from original digital scoring session masters courtesy Walt Disney Pictures. Notes by John Takis complete the package. Joel McNeely conducts. Intrada Special Collection release limited to 1500 copies!

01. Main Title 2:50
02. The Honeymooners 2:45
03. Kidnapped 4:00
04. Arrival In Plymouth 1:49
05. Bear Pit/Squanto Escapes 5:37
06. Squanto Found 0:52
07. The Hawk 2:02
08. Horse Ride 3:00
09. Montage 1:27
10. Lacrosse/Lonely Brave/Hawk Warning/Sacking The Monastery 5:05
11. Goodbye 3:26
12. Epinow Rescue 1:37
13. The Great Escape 5:03
14. Home 1:49
15. Burning Boat/Fire To Pilgrims 6:30
16. Confrontation 6:17
17. The Healing 2:33
18. Thanksgiving 3:06
19. End Credits 3:58

Total Time: 64:55

http://store.intrada.com/s.nl/it.A/id.7218/.f


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Great news. I personally hope sound tracks for the various "package films" and "Toy Story 3" are not too far off!

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Clue for the August 23 release:

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If all goes according to plan, one Disney/Intrada co-branded release that is completely remixed, expanded to completeness, and sucks. Not limited so relax.

The release is probably The Black Hole by John Barry.


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FrankV wrote:
Clue for the August 23 release:

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If all goes according to plan, one Disney/Intrada co-branded release that is completely remixed, expanded to completeness, and sucks. Not limited so relax.

The release is probably The Black Hole by John Barry.


I'm excited!

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The CD Intrada released yesterday is indeed The Black Hole by John Barry. It's an unlimited release.

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Wow! You thought it would never happen! World premiere release of complete John Barry score for 1979 Walt Disney sci-fi tale with Anthony Perkins, Maximilian Schell, Ernest Borgnine, directed by Gary Nelson. Spectacular CD production, co-branded by Walt Disney Records & Intrada, offers every note of Barry's oft-requested score in stunning digital stereo from 32-track digital masters vaulted at Disney. Original LP offered 30 minutes of scoring highlights but new CD has every LP selection plus over 20 minutes of never-before released material, all newly mastered in true digital audio, playing in picture sequence! Exciting overture, swirling main title motifs are memorable but equally fun are numerous devices literally spotlighting favorite signatures of composer: melodic ideas played in one register by French horns, then another register by trumpets; massive block minor chords for suspense; repeating rhythmic ideas generating action; many other musical trademarks. Lengthy history of bringing complete score to CD, location of long-obsolete digital machines, creation of all-new digital mixes plus more info all notated in fascinating detail by producer Randy Thornton. But there's more! Original campaign artwork, production stills, full color shots of composer at recording sessions plus generous notes on film & scoring by Jeff Bond add more icing to sweet cake. A legendary soundtrack album now gets the "Special Edition" treatment at last! John Barry conducts.

01. Overture (2:28)
02. Main Title (1:49)
03. That’s It (1:43)*
04. Closer Look (2:02)**
05. Zero Gravity (5:48)
06. Cygnus Floating (2:06)*
07. The Door Opens (4:09)**
08. Pretty Busy (:48)*
09. Six Robots (1:57)
10. Can You Speak? (1:19)*
11. Poor Creatures (1:41)*
12. Ready to Embark (:44)*
13. Start the Countdown (3:47)
14. Durant Is Dead (2:31)
15. Laser (1:01)*
16. Kate’s O.K. (2:49)
17. Hot and Heavy (2:43)*
18. Meteorites (1:31)*
19. Raging Inferno (:54)*
20. Hotter and Heavier (1:59)*
21. Bob and V.I.N.C.E.N.T. (:54)*
22. Into the Hole (4:56)**
23. End Title (2:34)

BONUS TRACK
24. In, Through... And Beyond! (2:46)

* Previously Unreleased
** Includes additional material not used in the film

Total time: 55:05.

http://store.intrada.com/s.nl/it.A/id.7229/.f


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The next release on September 6 will most likely be 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Paul J. Smith.


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FrankV wrote:
The next release on September 6 will most likely be 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Paul J. Smith.


That is one I'd be excited about! But I really want them to release some of the old Animated Film Scores, like for the package films.

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Dear Disney Enthusiasts,

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You can buy the CD at www.intrada.com (it's however not in stock right now, more copies are on the way). It's also available at www.screenarchives.com and www.moviemusic.com. I don't know if it's available at the Disney Store.


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Dear Disney Enthusiasts,

XXX!

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Jackoleen wrote:
Dear FrankV,

Thanks for the info.!

Thank you in advance for your reply.
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FrankV wrote:
You can buy the CD at www.intrada.com (it's however not in stock right now, more copies are on the way). It's also available at www.screenarchives.com and www.moviemusic.com. I don't know if it's available at the Disney Store.


Defiantly support this. Hopefully, we'll get tons more soundtracks like these ones from these guys soon!

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Now available to order:

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Wow! World premiere release of epic1954 soundtrack by Paul J. Smith for legendary Oscar-winning Disney nautical fantasy about Captain Nemo, from Jules Verne novel, directed by Richard Fleischer, starring Kirk Douglas, James Mason. Smith creates sensational symphonic portrait of undersea world, captures fantastic submarine adventures including battle with giant squid, all courtesy magnificent orchestral score! Opening fanfare-flourish, rich Nemo theme, low brass-led Nautilus music, furious sea storm material, pulsating New Guinea sequence are just some of many highlights. 78 minutes of excitement via mint condition three-channel elements housed in Disney vaults! Kirk Douglas performance of "A Whale Of A Tale" plus lavish full-color booklet with collection of stills, comments by composer John Debney & Randy Thornton on scoring, restoration efforts all add class to generous production. Entire project supervised by Thornton, point man for ongoing series of classic soundtracks co-branded by Walt Disney & Intrada. Paul J. Smith worked on numerous pictures for Disney, including famed SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS (1937) plus many Oscar-winning "True Life Adventures". This magnificent presentation of his classic nautical adventure score is a Disney & fantasy film soundtrack collector's dream come true! Paul J. Smith conducts. - Douglass Fake, Intrada Producer

01. Main Title (Captain Nemo’s Theme) 2:26
02. Street Fight 1:04
03. Aboard the Abraham Lincoln/ Hunting the Monster 2:29
04. A Whale of a Tale 2:10
05. The Monster Attacks 2:21
06. Deserted Sub/Burial/Captured 9:14
07. Fifty Fathoms/The Island of Crespo 8:45
08. Storm at Sea/Nemo Plays 2:26
09. Strange Man of the Seas 4:04
10. Nemo’s Torment 1:00
11. Justified Hate 1:29
12. Searching Nemo’s Cabin 4:02
13. Ned’s Bottles 0:44
14. Ashore at New Guinea 2:55
15. Native Drums/Back to the Nautilus 3:50
16. Submerge 1:45
17. The Giant Squid 6:54
18. Ambush at Vulcania 4:47
19. Nemo Wounded 2:44
20. Escape from Vulcania 3:43
21. Finale / Deep Is the Mighty Ocean 0:52

BONUS TRACKS

22. A Whale of a Tale (Single) 2:07 - Kirk Douglas
23. And the Moon Grew Brighter and Brighter (Single B Side) 2:32 - Kirk Douglas
24. A Whale of a Tale 2:22 - Bill Kanady
25. A Whale of a Tale 2:00 - The Wellingtons
26. A Whale of a Tale (Reprise) 0:12 - Kirk Douglas

Total Disc Time: 1:18:23

http://store.intrada.com/s.nl/it.A/id.7230/.f


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I wonder what the next sound track will be? They have done a great job with their first four CD's covering all over the history of the Disney Studios.

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milojthatch wrote:
I wonder what the next sound track will be?

Me too, but there are no clues yet about the new release(s).


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