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VANGELIS Blade Runner News


Post Posted Thu Nov 08, 2007 8:28 pm
ralf


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Jean Michel Jarre Forever!!
Post Posted Tue Nov 13, 2007 7:14 pm
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BLADE RUNNER 3CD SET

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Disc 1

1. Main Titles
2. Blush Response
3. Wait For Me
4. Rachel's Song
5. Love Theme
6. One More Kiss, Dear
7. Blade Runner Blues
8. Memories Of Green
9. Tales Of The Future
10. Damask Rose
11. Blade Runner (End Titles)
12. Tears In Rain

Disc 2: Blade Runner Previously Unreleased And Bonus Material

1. Longing
2. Unveiled Twinkling Space
3. Dr. Tyrell's Owl
4. At Mr. Chew's
5. Leo's Room
6. One Alone (Bonus Track)
7. Deckard And Roy's Duel -
8. Dr. Tyrell's Death
9. Desolation Path (Bonus Track)
10. Empty Streets
11. Mechanical Dolls
12. Fading Away

Disc 3: Blade Runner 25th Anniversary

1. Launch Approval Spoken Word. Scott Bolton, Bryce Bolton
2. Up And Running Spoken Word. Sir Ridley Scott
3. Mail From India Ney. C. Lambrakis
4. BR Downtown Bruno Delaye (Ambassador Of France To Spain) Akiko Ebi, Cherry Vanilla
5. Dimitri's Bar Akiko Ebi, Oliver Stone, Saxophone. Dimitris Tsakas
6. Sweet Solitude Saxophone. Dimitris Tsakas
7. No Expectation Boulevard Spoken Word. Rutger Hauer, Wes Studi, Bhaskar Balakrishnan (Executive Director Of The Asian Heritage Foundation), Shobhana Balakrishnan, Laura Metaxa, Sir Ridley Scott, Zhao Yali (Ambassador Of The People's Republic Of China To Cyprus)
8. Vadavarot Spoken Word. Irina Valentinova, Florencia Suayan Tacod
9. Perfume Exotico Spoken Word. Edward James Olmos
10. Spotkanie Z Matka Spoken Word. Roman Polanski Reciting Excerpts From The Poem 'Spotkanie Z Matka' By Konstanty Ildefons Galczynski
11. Piano In An Empty Room
12. Keep Asking Spoken Word. Bryce Bolton

http://www.play.com/Music/CD/4-/3515011/Blade-Runner-Trilogy-25th-Anniversary-Edition/Product.html
Post Posted Wed Nov 14, 2007 11:49 am
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That's very sexy news 8)
Have a look at my organ music videos (No Jarre yet): www.youtube.com/user/gjmusique
Benedicat vos omni potens Deus. Pater et Filius et Spiritus Sanctus. Amen. BONNE NUIT. :oldman:
Post Posted Wed Nov 14, 2007 5:26 pm
ralf


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Jean Michel Jarre Forever!!
Post Posted Wed Nov 14, 2007 5:36 pm
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I sure hope "Dr. Tyrell's Death" is just a new name for "The Prodigal Son Brings Death" because that track absolutely has to be released officially :shock: Only thing that bothers me is how much spoken word stuff there seem to be on the third disc :|

Hopefully some snippets start coming out soon enough.

Good to notice that the price tag also went down by 3 euros. Yay for play.com! 8)
Post Posted Wed Nov 14, 2007 6:22 pm
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Between this and Oxy3D, I'm gonna be bankrupt... :?
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Post Posted Wed Nov 14, 2007 6:34 pm
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this looks pretty neat as well. 8) And very nicely priced. Wahooo :D
Have a look at my organ music videos (No Jarre yet): www.youtube.com/user/gjmusique
Benedicat vos omni potens Deus. Pater et Filius et Spiritus Sanctus. Amen. BONNE NUIT. :oldman:
Post Posted Thu Nov 15, 2007 1:25 am
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Vangelis - Blade Runner album
Post Posted Thu Nov 15, 2007 6:05 am
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@moviemaker:
Do these guys ship to the USA?
"The aim and final end of all music should be none other than the glory of God and the refreshment of the soul."
-Johann Sebastian Bach, 1685-1750

"It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing."
-Duke Ellington, 1899-1974
Post Posted Thu Nov 15, 2007 9:39 am
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Universal Music TV is set to release a stunning 3CD collection to mark the 25th Anniversary of Blade Runner on December 10th, 2007. Featuring previously unreleased music from the film, bonus tracks and a brand new album of Vangelis material inspired by the film with sleeve notes written by Ridley Scott.

Ridley ScottÂ’s Blade Runner, with its apocalyptic depiction of LA in 2019, has become one of the most celebrated sci-fi releases of the 20th century. ItÂ’s one of those films where all of the constituent parts - the set, the lighting, the characters, the sparse dialogue and of course the music - work uniquely together to produce a cult masterpiece.

The music has always been a key element of Blade Runner and there have been various versions of the soundtrack over the years, some ‘official’ and some bootlegs. But they have all either been incomplete or have suffered from poor sound quality, until now. Blade Runner Trilogy: 25th Anniversary is a 3CD set which - for the first time - puts all the pieces together, providing the complete music from the film and a lot more besides.

CD 1 features the original and remastered soundtrack as it first appeared in 1994, twelve years after the film was released. The second CD contains all the remaining music from the film that did not appear on the original 1994 soundtrack, plus two bonus tracks ("One Alone" and "Desolation Path"). None of this material has been released before.

The third and final disc will be of real interest to Vangelis fans - as it contains an entire album of newly written material composed by Vangelis to mark the 25th anniversary of Blade Runner. The music is strong and flowing, and retains the dark, atmospheric sense of the original score. There are some intriguing spoken word contributions too, from Ridley Scott, Roman Polanski, Oliver Stone and a host of distinguished actors, personalities and world dignitaries.

Full track listing details:

CD 1: Blade Runner Original Soundtrack Album
Track 1: Main Titles (3': 42")
Track 2: Blush Response (5': 47")
Track 3: Wait For Me (5': 27")
Track 4: RachelÂ’s Song (4': 46")
Track 5: Love Theme (4': 56")
Track 6: One More Kiss, Dear (3': 58")
Track 7: Blade Runner Blues (8': 53")
Track 8: Memories Of Green (5': 05")
Track 9: Tales Of The Future (4': 46")
Track 10: Damask Rose (2': 32")
Track 11: Blade Runner (End Titles) (4': 40")
Track 12: Tears In Rain (3': 00")

CD 2: Blade Runner Previously Unreleased and Bonus Material
Track 1: Longing (1': 58")
Track 2: Unveiled Twinkling Space (1': 59")
Track 3: Dr. TyrellÂ’s Owl (2': 40")
Track 4: At Mr. ChewÂ’s (4': 47")
Track 5: LeoÂ’s Room (2': 21")
Track 6: One Alone (bonus track) (2': 23")
Track 7: Deckard And RoyÂ’s Duel (6': 16")
Track 8: Dr. TyrellÂ’s Death (3': 11")
Track 9: Desolation Path (bonus track) (5': 45")
Track 10: Empty Streets (6': 16")
Track 11: Mechanical Dolls (2': 52")
Track 12: Fading Away (3': 32")
CD 3: BR 25

This is the album with the new music, composed by Vangelis for Blade RunnerÂ’s 25th anniversary.

Track 1: Launch Approval (1': 54")
Spoken word: Scott Bolton, Bryce Bolton

Track 2: Up and Running (3': 09")
Spoken word: Sir Ridley Scott

Track 3: Mail From India (3': 27")
Ney: C. Lambrakis

Track 4: BR Downtown (2': 27?)
Spoken word: Oliver Stone, Akiko Ebi, Cherry Vanilla

Track 5: DimitriÂ’s Bar (3': 52")
Spoken word: Akiko Ebi, Oliver Stone, Saxophone: Dimitris Tsakas

Track 6: Sweet Solitude (6': 56")
Saxophone: Dimitris Tsakas

Track 7: No Expectation Boulevard (6': 44")
Spoken word: Rutger Hauer, Wes Studi, Bhaskar Balakrishnan (Executive Director of the Asian Heritage Foundation), Shobhana Balakrishnan, Laura Metaxa, Sir Ridley Scott, Zhao Yali (Ambassador of the PeopleÂ’s Republic of China to Cyprus)

Track 8: Vadavarot (4': 14")
Spoken word: Irina Valentinova, Florencia Suayan Tacod

Track 9: Perfume Exotico (5': 19")
Spoken word: Edward James Olmos

Track 10: Spotkanie Z Matka (5': 09")
Spoken word: Roman Polanski reciting excerpts from the poem "Spotkanie z Matka" by Konstanty Ildefons Gaczynski

Track 11: Piano In An Empty Room (3': 37")

Track 12: Keep Asking (1': 29")
Spoken word: Bryce Bolton

All music composed, arranged, produced and performed by Vangelis.
"One of the great experiences of my directing career was working on the music for Blade Runner with Vangelis at his Marble Arch studio in London where he would perform rough demo film cues for me on the fly, obsessing over every detail and capturing every moment with exceptional beauty...the final result took us far beyond my expectations." - Ridley Scott, sleeve notes

This CD release ties in with some significant DVD products launched to coincide with the 25th anniversary. On December 3rd, 2007 a 5 DVD set ‘Final Cut: Ultimate Collectors Edition’ is released, which contains all 5 versions of the film, plus interviews, a documentary on the making of the film and a letter from Ridley Scott.
Jean Michel Jarre Forever!!
Post Posted Fri Nov 16, 2007 12:24 am
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mathetes1963 wrote:@moviemaker:
Do these guys ship to the USA?
Not sure but I would go with Amazon UK... I get all my stuff from them.
Post Posted Fri Nov 16, 2007 12:31 am
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I'm so looking forward to this one! Almost as much as the new Oxygene album. :nod:
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Post Posted Fri Nov 16, 2007 12:34 am
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moviemaker wrote:
mathetes1963 wrote:@moviemaker:
Do these guys ship to the USA?
Not sure but I would go with Amazon UK... I get all my stuff from them.

Yeah, I've noticed that my Amazon login works with most of the international Amazon sites; good to know.

Thanx! :peacemaan:
"The aim and final end of all music should be none other than the glory of God and the refreshment of the soul."
-Johann Sebastian Bach, 1685-1750

"It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing."
-Duke Ellington, 1899-1974
Post Posted Fri Nov 16, 2007 11:16 pm
moviemaker


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It's actually cheaper at Amazon.co.uk
for £12.76 and shipping is £3.08

There is no picture but just have to look under Blade Runner and scroll down 25th Anniversary Trilogy Edition... :wink:
Post Posted Mon Nov 19, 2007 9:22 pm
moviemaker


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Vangelis Bladerunner 3 CD set has been delayed to sometime between 12/17/07 and 12/19/07.

Just received an e-mail from Amazon.co.uk







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