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    Jerry Goldsmith - Star Trek: The Motion Picture(Complete Score)(FLAC)



    From the 3-cd set released by La La Land in 2012

    Tracklist
    1 Overture 1:43
    2 Main Title/Klingon Battle 7:01
    3 Total Logic 3:54
    4 Floating Office 1:08
    5 The Enterprise 6:02
    6 Malfunction 1:30
    7 Goodbye Klingon/Goodbye Epsilon Nine/Pre-Launch 2:10
    8 Leaving Drydock 3:32
    9 TV Theme/Warp Point Eight :50
    10 No Goodbyes :53
    11 Spock's Arrival 2:03
    12 TV Theme/Warp Point Nine 1:49
    13 Meet V'Ger 3:06
    14 The Cloud 5:05
    15 V'Ger Flyover 5:01
    16 The Force Field 5:07
    17 Micro Exam 1:13
    18 Games/Spock Walk 9:51
    19 System Inoperative 2:03
    20 Hidden Information 3:58
    21 Inner Workings 4:04
    22 V'Ger Speaks 4:04
    23 The Meld/A Good Start 5:37
    24 End Title 3:16

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    Can't wait to purchase my own CDs after listening to this, such a brilliant sound!
    Thx for convincing me!

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    Still waiting on my copy to arrive.

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    Thanks!

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    Thankyou!

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    thanks so much !

    could you upload the other tracks of the albums ?

    TRACK LISTING:

    DISC 1
    THE FILM SCORE
    1 Overture 1:43
    2 Main Title/Klingon Battle 7:01
    3 Total Logic 3:54
    4 Floating Office 1:08
    5 The Enterprise 6:02
    6 Malfunction 1:30
    7 Goodbye Klingon/Goodbye Epsilon Nine/Pre-Launch 2:10
    8 Leaving Drydock 3:32
    9 TV Theme/Warp Point Eight :50
    10 No Goodbyes :53
    11 Spock's Arrival 2:03
    12 TV Theme/Warp Point Nine 1:49
    13 Meet V'Ger 3:06
    14 The Cloud 5:05
    15 V'Ger Flyover 5:01
    16 The Force Field 5:07
    17 Micro Exam 1:13
    18 Games/Spock Walk 9:51
    19 System Inoperative 2:03
    20 Hidden Information 3:58
    21 Inner Workings 4:04
    (Disc 1 72:06)

    DISC 2
    THE FILM SCORE (cont'd)
    1 V'Ger Speaks 4:04
    2 The Meld/A Good Start 5:37
    3 End Title 3:16

    THE UNUSED EARLY SCORE
    4 The Enterprise [early version] 6:05
    5 Leaving Drydock [early version] 2:39
    6 No Goodbyes [early version] :55
    7 Spock's Arrival [early version] 2:00
    8 Micro Exam [early version] 1:15
    9 Games [early version] 3:49
    10 Inner Workings [early version] 4:43

    THE 1979 ALBUM
    11 Main Title/Klingon Battle 6:50
    12 Leaving Drydock 3:29
    13 The Cloud 5:00
    14 The Enterprise 5:59
    15 Ilia's Theme 3:00
    16 Vejur Flyover 4:56
    17 The Meld 3:15
    18 Spock Walk 4:17
    19 End Title 3:16
    (Disc 2 74:31)

    DISC 3

    ALTERNATES
    1 Overture [long version] 2:50
    2 Main Title [alternate take] 1:44
    3 Total Logic [alternate take] 3:49
    4 Malfunction [early take] 1:28
    5 Goodbye Klingon [alternate take] :35
    6 No Goodbyes [alternate take] :53
    7 Spock's Arrival [alternate take] 2:01
    8 The Force Field [alternate take] 5:04
    9 Micro Exam [alternate take] 1:14
    10 Games [early synthesizer version] 3:48
    11 Games [alternate take] 3:48
    12 Inner Workings [alternate take] 4:05
    13 V'Ger Speaks [alternate take] 4:03
    14 The Meld [film version] 3:16
    15 A Good Start [discrete] 2:27
    16 Main Title [album take] 1:44

    ADDITIONALMUSIC
    17 Main Title [first raw takes] 7:21
    18 The Force Field/ The Cloud [excerpts] 2:33
    19 Beams and Synthesizer for V'Ger 4:04
    20 Beams and Synthesizer for Ilia :59
    21 Synthesizer for Main Theme 1:44
    22 Main Theme From Star Trek: The Motion Picture [Bob James] 5:24
    23 A Star Beyond Time [Shaun Cassidy] 2:43
    24 Ilia's Theme [alternate] 3:33
    25 Theme From Star Trek: The Motion Picture [concert edit] 3:25
    (Disc 3 74:37)

    Total 3CD Time: 3:41:13
    What i'm Looking for :

    - The Chronicles of Riddick - complete Score or / and Recording Sessions
    - Star trek Into Dakness - complete Score or / and Recording Sessions
    - Man of Steel - complete Score or / and Recording Sessions

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    I'm sorry but I deleted remains of the set ,I can't understand why they released 3 CD, one is enough!
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    Quote Originally Posted by darth2602 View Post
    thanks so much !

    could you upload the other tracks of the albums ?
    The complete 3DC album was uploaded on the official Star Trek thread last week! You can find it here:

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    One is most categorically not enough... The rejected score is golden, and even the alternate takes of the same cues are fascinating in their way.
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    This CD set is a must have. Please buy it. Gorgeous presentation of this film music milestone. Thank you LaLaLand for releasing this.
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    Thanks so much! I probably will buy this because the set looks gorgeous, but for now, I gotta have a listen!

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    thanks very much for this one... when i think of the original lp recording i had 30 years ago, it is amazing to get such a complete and technically pristine recording !

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    @phil69: Yes, I remember the LP and how I wished at that time, they release more music from the film. Because in those days were no "extended releases" or "complete scores", only the often very short and not really good sounding LP's of OST's. The/ My only solution was to buy more of Goldsmith's music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerKlang View Post
    @phil69: Yes, I remember the LP and how I wished at that time, they release more music from the film. Because in those days were no "extended releases" or "complete scores", only the often very short and not really good sounding LP's of OST's. The/ My only solution was to buy more of Goldsmith's music.
    Yes, that's how it was for me too, way back in 1979! Following that LP was the score for Psycho II on LP, and many others in the years therafter. The LP with Goldsmith's score for Poltergeist, which was sold out in the mid-80ies, was kind of a holy grail for me. The price for that LP was so high on the market, I was not able to purchase it with my limited budget. (Of course, later on, it was re-issued on CD, and even expanded, but in 1985 that was not forseeable...)

    (P.S. DerKlang: Da du aus Deutschland kommst, kennst Du vielleicht noch den Plattenversand "Tarantula". Habe mir darüber viele scores auf LP gekauft, und Poltergeist war dort damals auch aufgeführt, aber für einen irren Preis, ich glaube über 100 DM!)

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    (P.S. DerKlang: Da du aus Deutschland kommst, kennst Du vielleicht noch den Plattenversand "Tarantula". Habe mir darüber viele scores auf LP gekauft, und Poltergeist war dort damals auch aufgeführt, aber für einen irren Preis, ich glaube über 100 DM!)
    @soundtrekker: Natürlich, einer der beiden "Tarantula"-Läden (ich glaube die hatten zwei "Filialen") war in Hamburg. Nachdem ich dort hingezogen war, hatte ich zwar einen tollen Laden für Filmmusik in der Stadt, aber etwa zwei Jahre später machte der Besitzer pleite. Und das obschon ich eine ganze Menge Geld in dem Laden gelassen hatte. Und das in einer Millionenstadt. Ich denke ich habe dort für Goldenthals CD Batman Forever etwa 60€ gezahlt. LPs wie Psycho II oder Poltergeist habe ich in meiner Jugend glücklicherweise nicht zu solchen Preisen kaufen müssen. In meiner Heimatstadt Nbg gab es einen Laden für klassische Musik, dort hatten sie auch eine kleine Abteilung für Filmmusik und recht moderate Preise. Habe selten mehr als dreißig Mark für ein Album bezahlt. Rosenmans Lord of the Rings, das alte Doppel-Vinyl-Album, da erinnere ich mich noch, das hatte dort damals 28 Mark gekostet.

    1979. That was the time in which film music was still quite new for me. I had just discovered William’s Jaws and Star Wars (although I was not allowed to see Jaws, I was too young, just fourteen years old.) Previously, I had seen 2001 - a space oddysee on the big screen and was amazed about the use of classical music therein. And then there came Goldsmith with Star Trek - TMP. Is still one of my favorite movies. This has nothing to do with a guilty pleasure or so. For me it remains the best Star Trek movie. And as a film with interesting thoughts. Not to forgett the stunning visuals. And not least because the music is so exceptionally well writen. From this date on I've seen Goldsmith as one of the great composers of our time. ... And not to forget: Alien. But that's another story.

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    This is without a doubt one of the finest scores ever written and in my humble opinion the best of the Star Trek score...you can actually feel the music. The theme "The Enterprise" alone can bring you to tear when reliving that moment with Kirk, something of a tall ship and a star to guide her by...we've lost many good composer to be sure, but we lost a great light when Jerry Goldsmith passed away.

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    I agree with all the superlative comments, and I think this is probably the finest film music purchase I've yet made. Truly TMP is the greatest of all the Trek scores, and La-La Land's mastering has the recording sound as though it were made yesterday. While I am not often fond of "bonus" material on albums, I happily make an exception in this case. I split it into three presentations on my Cowon: film score, original album, and all the extras; it's simple and preserves the listening experiences of both score and album, as well as making it easy to find everything. I have even developed a fondness for the Shaun Cassidy song, which is like a bowl containing an entire can of Cheez Whiz and alfredo sauce, doused in mozzarella, chugged in a little less than three minutes. And I haven't mentioned the packaging or the booklet.

    I don't think I'd trade it for anything.
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    I bought it.. I love it.. The best score ever!
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    Many thanks.

    >You have to scroll down to post #2103
    Thanks soundtrekker.

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    The U-BER release of the year!!! Got mine last Thursday and was super-geeked when I plucked it from the packaging! WOW! What a presentation! Kudos to all at LALA LAND!!!

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    Thanks for this wonderful score!

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    ... for those already in possession (in whichever form) of the new edition of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, I combined "The Meld (film version, discrete)" with "The Meld/A Good Start". This is the version I prefer because I am a beam afficionado.

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    Thank you very much

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    Oh wow, thanks!

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    Great! Thanks!

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