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8 comments:

Darrell said...

I there. I hope I'm going about this the right way, thought I'd share these Bruce Broughton complete scores with you (you probably have them but haven't posted them!):

Tombstone

http://rapidshare.com/files/182158159/Tombstone_Disc_1.rar.html

http://rapidshare.com/files/181974094/Tombstone_Disc_2.rar.html



Silverado

http://rapidshare.com/files/182172022/silverado_disc_1.rar.html

http://rapidshare.com/files/182176365/silverado_disc_2.rar.html



Young Sherlock Holmes

http://rapidshare.com/files/182180447/young_sherlock_holmes_disc_1.rar.html

http://rapidshare.com/files/182186809/young_sherlock_holmes_disc_2.rar.html




Lost in Space

http://rapidshare.com/files/182166253/lost_in_space.rar.html



Is there any chance of posting the following (if you have them!)

Henry Mancini - Lifeforce

Guido and Maurizio De Angelis - Mannaja: Man Called Blade

Roy Budd - Soldier Blue/Zeppelin (Double Album)

Grave of the Fireflies (10 track album)


Keep up the good work. You do an awesome job!!

Darrell

mondrega said...

Hi, Darrell,
Thanks for these posts - they make welcomed additions.

Cheers,

Chris

GilinAZ said...

Darrell...thanks for post "Silverado" (I didn't know there was a 2 CD version. The CD I have is only one CD...when did the 2 come out??. I seem to have all you have here, except "Tombstone", so got that one.

Chris...you have a great soundtrack site..keep up the great work, and great postings!

I used to get things from Josereal's "La Leyenda De Los Soundtracks", before it went under (I understand they gave Jose a rough time, and that's why it was shut down). Your setup is somewhat similar to his.

I also used to belong to several soundtrack forums, before they went under...copyright things, etc.

Gil

Darrell said...

I'm really not sure when it came out GilinAZ! I acquired it from another source probably about 2 years ago.

mondrega said...

To paraphrase William Wallace from Braveheart "They can take our blogs but they can never take away our filehosts!"

Josereal had a real feeling for music and soundtracks. Most likely "they" gave him the William Wallace treatment, too.
The music industry is very resilliant. I have'nt heard of any record companys going out of business because of filesharing. Piracy is another issue and I don't subscribe to that in any way, shape or form. Digital media -DVD's, CD's and software all come with a 'fair use' thing which allows you to make and a copy but it does not limit you as to how and where you store it. Hence webhosting.
Blogs like mine give people a chance to listen to the album and if they like it enough they might pop out and buy the real deal. If they hate it all they do is delete it and spend the money they would have spent on something else. No-one really loses but tell that to the music 'fat cats' and they want your head on a stick.
Anyway, take away from that whatever you will. Share, contribute and donate if you feel like it. Meanwhile welcome to the blog.

Cheers,

Chris

GilinAZ said...

Chris...yeah, it's like a comment someone made, concerning copying commericial videos or commercial DVDs...."...after all, the person DID pay for it" :-)

I mean, it's not like we stole it off the rack, to make a copy. I have a load of commericial videos (movies) that I'd like to transfer (copy) to DVD...but can't..I guess, because they figure I haven't paid for 'em.

Gil

mondrega said...

Hi, Gil,
There must be dozens and dozens of sites where you can download movies, legally or otherwise if your intent is to just make a reasonable quality 'backup' disc. Magic DVD ripper does a good job for home use. However, you can just as soon get a cheapie from Amazon or Ebay or an ex-rental from Blockbuster to cover yourself.
Ideally DVD's and CD's would come in a protective sleeve like the Mini Disc. Mini Disc was just about the best thing in the World to replace cassettes. The format was flexible and versatile. It could beat CD on it's own ground in many cases too!

Cheers and welcome to the blog.

Chris

GilinAZ said...

Chris...yeah, I've downloaded a LOT of movies, from the Internet...then burned them to DVD. But, I also have a lot of commercial video tapes (movies), I'd like to copy to DVD. I mean, why should I download them, when I already have them? I have a combo VCR/DVD recorder, which will let me copy "home videos" (but not commercial ones), from the video to a blank DVD. I've heard there are some programs (or ways) to "bypass" the "non-access" codes that are implanted in the video, to do this.

Gil