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  1. Kritzerland is proud to present a limited edition soundtrack release, first time on CD: MEN IN WAR Music Composed and Conducted by Elmer Bernstein “Tell me the story of the foot soldier and I will tell you the story of all wars.” Men In War is a terrific movie directed by Anthony Mann (El Cid, The Fall Of The Roman Empire, Winchester ’73, The Naked Spur), and starring Robert Ryan and Aldo Ray. It takes place in one day, September 6, 1950 during the Korean war, as we follow a platoon of bone-weary foot soldiers who’ve been cut off from their division. Without radio contact, and with nerves frayed, their leader, Lieutenant Benson tries to get them to a hill where he believes their division is. The film is beautifully written (credited to Philip Yordan and based on the novel Day Without End by Van Van Praag), and beautifully shot in black-and-white by Ernest Haller (all filmed in Hollywood’s Bronson Canyon). Robert Ryan turns in his usual great performance as Benson, and Aldo Ray as “Montana” is also excellent. But every performance in the film is wonderful – Robert Keith is a lesson in great film acting as the Colonel – he speaks exactly one word in the film and that’s in the last five minutes, but there’s an entire screenplay going on in his eyes. The rest of the supporting cast makes the most of their screen time – Nehemiah Persoff, Phillip Pine, Vic Morrow, James Edwards, L.Q. Jones, and Scott Marlowe all get their moments to shine. Tying all of its elements together is the fantastic score of Elmer Bernstein. Bernstein did three films for Mann – Men In War, The Tin Star, and God’s Little Acre (all three of which have been released on Kritzerland – in fact, with this release Kritzerland has issued the entirety of Bernstein’s 1957 output with the exception of Sweet Smell Of Success – his four other films that year were Fear Strikes Out, Men In War, The Tin Star, and Drango – all currently available as limited edition CDs), and all three scores are great and all three are completely different. Men In War begins with drums and jagged orchestral stabs, and then it is by turns pensive, intense, propulsive, brooding, and suspenseful as it captures the moods of the soldiers as they trudge on through dangerous terrain, with their tensions at the breaking point. Men In War was originally released on Imperial Records in mono. There was a release in “stereo” but it was a weird fake “stereo” with some sort of spread and trying to shift things into different channels arbitrarily and not very well. Obviously, we are issuing the recording in mono, as it was recorded. The tapes, housed in the Capitol/EMI vaults, were in great condition and the mono sound is full-bodied and crisp, clean, and clear. This is Kritzerland’s seventh Elmer Bernstein release, and we would be happy to just keep releasing all of his never before on CD scores. Elmer Bernstein was one-of-a-kind and his music is part of the landscape of cinema. This release is limited to 1000 copies only. The price is $19.98, plus shipping. CD will ship the second week of October – however, never fear, preorders placed directly through Kritzerland usually ship one to five weeks earlier (we’ve been averaging four weeks early). http://www.kritzerland.com/menWar.htm
  2. Am 20.09.11 erscheint der Soundtrack zum Spiel GEARS OF WAR 3. Komponiert wurde die Musik wieder von Steve Jablonsky. Hörproben gibts im US Itunes store. http://itunes.apple....ack/id463175562 in den itunes player wechseln
  3. Da ist es also, das angekündigte 2-CD-Set:
  4. Score gibts seit gestern auf Itunes... gesampelte Horrorware von der Stange, könnte schlimmer sein, aber naja... Revell kommt aus seinem Tief wohl nicht mehr raus... kein Wunder bei den Filmen...
  5. bei facebook Somewhere, somehow, someone's... going to release James Horner's COMMANDO on August 30th
  6. Seit heute ist Klaus Badelts Score zum Film Seven Days In Utopia als digitales Album auf Klaus' Internetseite erhältlich. http://store.klausbadelt.com/releases
  7. schon nen Jahr alt, aber der Film macht langsam seine Runde in Europa... Akunin heisst der auf japanisch... hat auch den Japan-Oscar für besten Score gewonnen... schöner Thrillerscore... mal nicht so ausschweifendes wie seine Ghibli-Scores... zeigt wieder mal dass er ziemlich vielseitig ist. Düster elegische Orchesterklänge, aber stets melodisch und schön... gefällt mir gut... wohlverdienter Preis würd ich mal sagen... http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/detailview.html?KEY=SRCL-7360
  8. Kritzerland is proud to present a limited edition soundtrack release, first time on CD: ANOTHER MAN, ANOTHER CHANCE Music Composed by Francis Lai Fate. Chance. Destiny. These three themes recur constantly in the work of Claude Lelouch, one of the most distinctive and interesting filmmakers in French cinema. In 1966, Lelouch burst on the scene with Un Homme et Une Femme (A Man and a Woman), which became an international sensation and a hugely influential film, style-wise, music-wise, and every otherwise-wise, Lelouch never quite achieved success like that again – but he continued and continues to make interesting, intriguing, occasionally brilliant, moving, funny, thought-provoking and wildly enjoyable films. Another Man, Another Chance is a wonderful film, much maligned at the time of its release (Star Wars had just come out and that’s all anyone wanted to see and/or talk about, although it was a very strong year for films and there were many other hits – they certainly didn’t want to see a slow-moving, adult art film set in the old West), and the film disappeared quickly after tepid reviews and no business. But time has been kind to Another Man, Another Chance and seeing it today simply makes one appreciate what a fine film it is. The photography, the acting, the style, the leisurely pace, the way you find out certain key information as almost an afterthought – it’s unique filmmaking and storytelling and no one does this sort of thing better than Lelouch, not that many people have tried. And his partner in crime for so many of his films has been composer Francis Lai – it’s one of the longest composer/director relationships in cinema and Lai’s music has helped give Lelouch’s films their unique quality. Like Lelouch, Lai burst on the scene with A Man and a Woman – the soundtrack album was a major seller, and Lai’s memorable theme was recorded over and over again, with lyrics, without lyrics, and several other themes from the film were also oft recorded. Then Lai struck gold doing the score to Love Story in 1970. Once again, he created a theme that could be hummed by everyone and was, with many cover versions and a best-selling soundtrack album – and it garnered him his first and only Oscar nomination and his first and only Oscar win for Best Score. In addition to the Lelouch films, all of which contain wonderful and melodic scores, Lai also wrote masterful scores for such films as Mayerling, The Bobo (another delectably memorable theme), Hannibal Brooks, Rider On The Rain, The Games, Hello-Goodbye, Bilitis, International Velvet, Oliver’s Story, My New Partner, Marie, just to name a few. Lai’s score for Another Man, Another Chance is absolutely gorgeous, with only a handful of themes, but as always with Lai, they are memorably melodic and give the film a dreamlike quality. There are a few short snippets of Beethoven’s Fifth and a lot of Lai, used in all sorts of interesting and different ways in the film. No one else’s film music sounds quite like Francis Lai’s – and this score is one of his finest. Another Man, Another Chance was released on LP, but only as a hard-to-find import. For this first ever CD release, we’ve gone back to the original French two-track stereo tapes housed in the MGM vaults. The cues were in slightly different order due to time constraints for LPs, but we’ve left them in their original order. The track titles on the LP were weird, with most of the titles listing as “Un Autre Homme, Une Autre Chance” over and over again. We’ve opted to use the titles listed exactly as they were on the tape boxes. Another interesting thing about this score is that Gabriel Yared did most of the musical arrangements. We’re very happy to bring this wonderful Francis Lai score to CD for the first time. His name may not be first on a film score fan’s lips, but Lai has created some great scores and it’s great to know that he’s alive and well and regularly composing music for films. This release is limited to 1000 copies only. The price is $19.98, plus shipping. CD will ship the second week of October – however, never fear, preorders placed directly through Kritzerland usually ship one to five weeks earlier (we’ve been averaging four weeks early). http://www.kritzerla.../anotherman.htm
  9. Perseverance hat zwei neue Titel im Angebot, die sie allerdings nicht selbst produziert haben. Der eine ist das Album "Freeing the Waters" von Paul Hertzog (Bloodsport, Kickboxer), den es schon länger regulär zu kaufen gibt, der andere "An Homage to the 80´s" von den mir unbekannten Silentsphere Studios. Beides keine Filmmusik. "Freeing the Waters" habe ich mir bereits letztes Jahr gekauft, eine nette Ergänzung zu Hertzogs "Bloodsport" und "Kickboxer", aber nichts Essentielles, weshalb es hier auch bestimmt keinen interessieren wird, aber der Vollständigkeit halber sei es erwähnt.
  10. Samples gibt es hier: http://www.screenarc...il.cfm?ID=16261 Score gefiel mir im Film sehr gut, freue mich schon auf das Release
  11. Unverhofft kommt oft. Damit hätte wohl niemand gerechnet, besonderst weil das LP programm schon erhältlich ist: http://www.screenarc...YOU-DONT-VOL-2/
  12. Gabriel Yared wird "Belle du Seigneur" und "In the Land of Blood and Honey", das Regiedebüt von Angelina Jolie vertonen Yared scheint auf den ersten Blick eine gute Wahl für diese zwei Filme zu sein... freu mich drauf
  13. Bei Varèse Sarabande ist es wieder soweit und es werden 2 neue Titel veröffentlicht. Bekanntgabe ist am kommenden Montag, den 10. Mai 2010.
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