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Poltergeist Ii: The Other Side Original Soundtrack
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Intrada * to its roots with totally remastered and expanded 3-CD reissue of its own very first 1986 Goldsmith release! Brian Gibson directs follow-up to wildly popular 1982 MGM fright-fest. Original cast * with addition of Julian Beck (as evil Reverend Kane), Will Sampson (as shaman Taylor) headlining Native American storyline. Goldsmith anchors all-new score with not one but two themes associated with Taylor: first is lean, sinewy idea over sparse open chords, second is powerful, major-key theme typically heard in French horns, trumpet. For portions of film dealing with evil Kane, Goldsmith introduces dynamic satanic choral writing plus chilling variants on early hymn. Carol Annes Theme makes judicious appearances then wraps entire score in gentle fashion. In its day, recording was considered state-of-the-art, utilizing then-new Sony PCM 3324 digital format. For initial 1986 release, Goldsmith and scoring mixer Bruce Botnick created pure digital two-track mixes designed for album and listening purposes. For film itself, Botnick created analog three-channel mixes, designed to balance with center channel dialog. For this definitive edition of Poltergeist II, Intrada presents both complete digital album mixes plus analog film mixes. CD 3 presents array of extras including all cues scored for orchestra and chorus but sans choir. Idea is not as redundant as it may seem: Finished film itself frequently drops chorus or dials it down to near-inaudibility. Being presented for the first time ever is Goldsmiths complete initial version of the massive final confrontation, Reaching Out/The Astral, which features a distinctive three-part female chorus throughout the winding chordal sequences and, at one point, a solo soprano intoning her own descant. For this early alternate confrontation music, Goldsmith wrapped with a more detailed finale emphasizing a variety of colors before finishing with a very deliberate, accented trombone coda.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5.59 x 0.39 x 4.92 inches; 3.53 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Intrada
- Original Release Date : 2019
- Date First Available : May 16, 2017
- Label : Intrada
- ASIN : B071S6C25Q
- Number of discs : 3
- #20,540 in Soundtracks (CDs & Vinyl)
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The It List: 'Enfield Poltergeist' docuseries examines most infamous paranormal case in Britain, Taylor Swift releases a new version of '1989,' Britney Spears's 'The Woman in Me' memoir debuts
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