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CDs in Stock Part 10

Picking up with the T titles in stock at

The first CD I ever produced was The Taking of Pelham One Two Three by David Shire, way back in spring 1996. I was a senior in college! That first production was pretty amateurish in light of what I’ve since learned—but it’s also rare, and we have a sealed copy for $25, and a used one for $22. These come from my private stash, by the way.

We have a copy of the 500-unit 2CD edition from Quartet of The Taming of the Shrew by Nino Rota, $45.

I remember Frederick Talgorn’s The Temp getting some love from collectors at the time of the film (early 1990s), a sultry, symphonic romantic thriller score. We have the Varèse release for $12.

Tess is a luscious Philippe Sarde score to the 1979 Polanki historical film, orchestrated by Peter Knight. If you like The Dark Crystal, which Knight orchestrated for Trevor Jones, you’ll love this! The CD also has Sarde’s score to The Tenant. We have a jewel box copy and two digipak copies, each is only $15. Highly recommend!

There’s a $1 CDR of the great Schifrin album, There’s a Whole Lalo Schifrin Goin’ On, whcih somebody sent me ages ago, ripped from vinyl.

We have a bunch of Thunderbirds releases; visit the site and type the title in the search engine in the upper left, they’ll come up.

We have two copies of the Quartet Morricone historical score, A Time of Destiny, long out of print. $25 each.

Don’t ask how or why, but we have multiple sealed copies of the La-La Land Records Time Tunnel Vol. 1 3CD set—each is only $25. Pilot score by Johnny Williams.

We have a copy of the Varèse re-recording of To Kill a Mockingbird from the alte 1990s that Elmer Bernstein conducted himself, only $8.

Here’s a rare disc for your John Williams collection: his Trumpet Concerto from Denouement Records, also including the concert work Three Songs by Kevin Kaska (who did arrangements for the Boston Pops when Williams was there). $25

Continuing into the U titles:

Un Genio, Due Compari, Un Pollo/Autostop Rosso Sangue is a Morricone title from Hexacord, $35.

The Undefeated/Hombre are two obscure Fox westerns that we released on FSM early in our label’s history, but Hugo Montenegro and David Rose, respectively. I always liked this album. $18.

More tomorrow! Thanks!

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