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Jerry! Jerry! La-La Land Adds Two Goldsmith Expansions (and More!) to Library (UPDATED)

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UPDATE (9/13): The order links and track lists for the new reissues are after the jump.

Original post: Intrada’s recent expanded reissue of Jerry Goldsmith’s score to Explorers was just the tip of the iceberg for fans of the composer: La-La Land’s release slate for this week will feature not one buttwo scores from the pen of the venerable film score maestro.

The scores to Sleeping with the Enemy and Forever Young have been high on fans’ wish lists for some time – the latter has been in the running for expansion from the label for awhile. The latter, a 1992 star vehicle for Mel Gibson (featuring an early, if critically-maligned, script by J.J. Abrams), and the former, a 1991 thriller starring a young Julia Roberts, are classic late-period Goldsmith. Both received generous soundtrack albums in their times, but are being being nominally expanded to completion by the label.

But that’s not all the label’s confirmed for the coming months! La-La Land confirmed a limited double-disc edition of the score to the upcoming video game Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, composed by Greg Edmondson (famed for writing the music to the dearly departed series Firefly). And, perhaps most exciting, the label’s long-promised expansion of John Williams’ score to Steven Spielberg’s cult classic 1941 is coming out on September 27, following a special screening of the film in Los Angeles’ Silent Family Theater the preceding Sunday (which will feature a Q&A of special, as-yet unannounced guests and the first available copies of the double-disc set for purchase).

Stay tuned to The Second Disc for continued coverage of what looks to be a great fourth quarter for archival soundtrack releases!

Jerry Goldsmith, Sleeping with the Enemy: Limited Edition (La-La Land Records LLLCD 1181, 2011 – original film released 1991)

  1. Morning on the Beach
  2. No Problem *
  3. Fears
  4. Roses/You Want Something/Happy Days *
  5. The Storm
  6. Broken Window *
  7. The Funeral
  8. A Brave Girl
  9. Spring Cleaning
  10. Broken Light *
  11. The Ring
  12. Sarah Waters *
  13. It Never Started *
  14. Home Alone *
  15. What Did He Do?
  16. The Disguise *
  17. Thanks Mom
  18. Don’t Worry/Wrong Man/School’s Out *
  19. The Towels *
  20. The Watcher/He Was Here *
  21. The Carnival
  22. Remember This
  23. You Want Something (Alternate Mix) *
  24. The Carnival (Alternate Mix) *

* denotes previously unreleased tracks. All other tracks originally released as Columbia CK 47380, 1991.

Jerry Goldsmith, Forever Young: Limited Edition (La-La Land Records LLLCD 1182, 2011 – original film released 1992)

  1. Test Flight *
  2. Will You Marry Me?/Never Leave Me *
  3. Hit and Run/Breaking Down the Door * (Partially Unused)
  4. The Experiment
  5. The Warehouse *
  6. The Deep Freeze *
  7. Thawed Out *
  8. The Lightouse * (Unused)
  9. Time to Leave *
  10. The Wrong Man *
  11. The Air Show *
  12. Kitchen Aid * (Partially Unused)
  13. The Diner
  14. I Was Wrong * (Unused)
  15. The Jacket * (Partially Unused)
  16. The Tree House
  17. Good News *
  18. Getting Away *
  19. Best Friends *
  20. She’s Alive (Extended)
  21. Nat’s Missing *
  22. Reunited *
  23. Love Theme from “Forever Young”
  24. Will You Marry Me? * (Alternate)
  25. Time to Leave * (Alternate)
  26. The Jacket * (Alternate)
  27. Test Flight (Album Version)
  28. Kitchen Aid (Album Version)
  29. The Air Show (Album Version)
  30. Let’s Go (Album Version)
  31. Reunited (Album Version)
  32. The Very Thought of You – Billie Holiday

* denotes previously unreleased track. All other tracks released on Big Screen Records 9 24482-2, 1992.

Written by Mike Duquette

September 13, 2011 at 15:41

Posted in News, Reissues, Soundtracks

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  1. Actually, Explorers is NOT sold out at Intrada…the brisk sales of the title have prompted Intrada to change their policies toward limited editions. Explorers will be repressed and Intrada’s new changes to their policies can be viewed at Doug’s Corner at this link:


    September 12, 2011 at 16:49

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