"Theme" from THE DUELLISTS "Breakaway" from ALIEN "Main Titles" from BLADE RUNNER "My True Love's Eyes / The Cottage" from LEGEND "Nick and Masa" from BLACK RAIN "Thelma & Louise / End Credits" from THELMA & LOUISE "The Monastery of La Rabida" from 1492: CONQUEST OF PARADISE "Galapagos" from WHITE SQUALL "Training Montage" from G.I. JANE "Elysium" from GLADIATOR "Avarice" from HANNIBAL "Gortoz a Ran" from BLACK HAWK DOWN "Ticks and Twitches" from MATCHSTICK MEN "Light of Life (Ibellin Reprise" from KINGDOM OF HEAVEN "France" from A GOOD YEAR "Frank Lucas" from AMERICAN GANGSTER "White Whale" from BODY OF LIES "Fate Has Smiled Upon Us" from ROBIN HOOD "Life" from PROMETHEUS "Opening Titles" from THE COUNSELOR
"The White Tree" from LORD OF THE RINGS: THE RETURN OF THE KING (Howard Shore) "Prologue and Main Titles" from CONAN: THE BARBARIAN (Basil Poledouris) "A Window to the Past" from HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN (John Williams) "Presenting the Hook" from HOOK (John Williams) "Slave Children's Crusade" from INDIANA JONES & THE TEMPLE OF DOOM (John Williams) "Building the Deathcoaster" from ARMY OF DARKNESS (Joseph LoDuca) "Aslan's Theme" from THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA - TV SERIES (Geoffrey Burgon) "The Painting" from THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA - THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER (David Arnold) "Willow's Theme" from WILLOW (James Horner) "Ivory Tower" from THE NEVERENDING STORY (Giorgio Moroder) "Main Theme (Reprise)" from THE FORBIDDEN WARRIOR (Mike Verta) "Main Theme" from RAGNAROK (Magnus Beite)
No, while I mention SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME in the Scott episode, I don't play anything from it. I don't believe it's been released?
Thanks for the comment!
Yeah I caught the Kunzel reference and enjoyed the show. You're right that nothing had been released from that Scott film. I have the Sting version of the title song on a CD single somewhere - but aside from the NAO version of Memories Of Green, no score music has a commercial release.
I liked that they had these distinct concepts for their albums. They did quite a bit of arranging of the pieces, too, which often benefitted the music IMO. And they even included unreleased stuff like Black Hole or a Moonraker Suite or the Poltergeist theme with lyrics (these were on Fantastic Journey). Or these synth pieces especially composed for their albums (on Time Warp and Star Tracks). And they had liner notes. Do kids today listen to compilations like these?
Well, Silva Screen are still releasing compilations like these. The difference, of course, was that the Kunzel albums had an extremely 'tight' sound quality and performance. Often, many rerecordings have a tendency to sound 'washed-out', but the Kunzel discs seemed bristling and sparkling, for some reason.