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Intrada: "LEGENDS OF THE FALL" (2CD) music by James Horner

Intrada's latest release from composer James Horner is one of his grandest works -- the 1994 western Legends of the Fall. Horner graced Legends of the Fall with no fewer than five broad, sweeping themes that recur throughout the picture, writing almost all of the score in the key of D major or related keys. The film was directed by Ed Zwick, with whom Horner previously collaborated on his magnificent score to Glory. After Zwick discussed the score and heard Horner's final product, Zwick commented, "All I can say is that somehow James managed to distill all these lofty conversations into a score that is at once brooding and lush, redolent of both love and loss, and that touches that secret place of awe I had experienced only once before—upon my first reading of Legends of the Fall."  Not that the score isn't without its moments of action, including a brilliant moment where Horner lays down the theme for Tristan on strings and horns over a bed of propulsive rhythm. It all combines to create an epic score and one of Horner's finest.

While the original CD release was a generous presenation of Horner's score, this new presentation expands the program considerably, filling up two CDs, including 35 minutes of alternates.

The film tells of a two-generational saga—filled with loss and desire—involving Col. William Ludlow (Anthony Hopkins in the film), a renegade with a moral stripe; his distant wife, Isabel (Christina Pickles); their three sons: Alfred (Aidan Quinn), Tristan (Brad Pitt) and Samuel (Henry Thomas); and the woman who suffers the fate of loving all three of them, Susannah (Julia Ormond).

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Jeremy [Six Strings]

Intrada: "TAKE HER, SHE'S MINE" music by Jerry Goldsmith

At a time when we're all sheltering at home, awaiting what's next and when "what's next" will be, we could all use something bright and cheery. Jerry Goldsmith's effervescent score to the 1963 20th Century Fox feature film Take Her, She's Mine fits that bill perfectly. The score kicks things off in a swinging jazz vein—a sound that underwent a revival in the late fifties and early sixties, and so was somewhat contemporary, but would have also resonated with older film goers. This strand runs throughout the score. To play up the story’s farcical elements, he frequently employs the contrasting colors of solo tuba and calliope. Goldsmith wrote two principal themes for Take Her, She’s Mine, both of which are explored in highly creative ways. The main title tune begins with a series of jocular ascending figures before meandering to its eventual resolution. The score’s second major idea is a frenetic motif chiefly associated with protagonist Frank’s misadventures.

There's only a handful of Goldsmith scores that have yet to be released in any form, and the music elements for this title were long thought damaged beyond use. But with advances in technology and the meticulous work of restoration expert Chris Malone, Intrada is able to present nearly all of Goldsmith's score in stereo. Malone had to restore the audio of each channel separately to get the wondrous results heard here. Rather than compromise the naturally wide instrumental spread, which was never intended for a stereo mix, Intrada also offers a mono presentation of the program as heard in the film.

The film opens with lawyer Frank Michaelson (James Stewart) brought before his bank colleagues to defend himself against a series of increasingly lurid headlines. The main story proceeds in flashback, as Frank’s comfortable life with his wife, Anne (Audrey Meadows), and two daughters is upended when the older girl, Mollie (Sandra Dee), goes off to college. Realizing that his daughter is, in the popular parlance, “a dish,” Frank frets to no end and lets his wild imagination get the better of him...


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For track listing and sound samples, please visit the"TAKE HER, SHE'S MINE" soundtrack page.

Jeremy [Six Strings]


WaterTower Music is excited to announce today’s digital release of the soundtrack to Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker (Soundtrack from a Netflix Limited Series). Based on a true story, this popular Netflix series stars Octavia Spencer, Tiffany Haddish, and Carmen Ejogo in the story of an African American washerwoman rising from poverty to build a beauty empire and become the first female self-made millionaire. The score is by Grammy-nominated pianist and composer Larry Goldings. The soundtrack also includes his arrangements of several songs from the era, including the track “Sweet Kisses [feat. Tiffany Haddish].” 

Goldings, whose composing inspiration takes from a lifetime of performing and absorbing jazz, pop, electronic and classical orchestral music, crafted the score with the intention of integrating hybrid styles. With a nod to the contemporary songs woven into the musical fabric of the series, the composer created overtly modern, back-beat oriented cues and hybrid jazz/ hip-hop tracks. These reference the series time period (roughly 1910 - 1920) via instruments associated with ragtime and early jazz (piano, trumpet, trombone, saxophone), providing subtle texture within a more contemporary musical context. 

Goldings explained the process in depth. “When I first took on the Madam C.J. project, the producers were interested in a score that included early 1900’s period-sounding music. They asked for and I created an "aural mood board" for several scenes — based only on reading the script — somewhat favoring an early jazz feel. Producers Nicole Jefferson and Elle Johnson loved it, and really connected with my music for the Sarah/Addie boxing scenes, in which I composed around a trumpet melody using it as the basis of a stream of consciousness track that conveys the dreamlike quality of these scenes. 

“There was also a want for some contemporary-sounding score elements,” the composer elaborated. “Taking a cue from licensed music incorporated into the series, I took musical themes from my mood board and, “deconstructed” them into more modern-day tracks with the addition of soulful bass lines and drums (with help from the gifted Abe Rounds). These funkier themes are associated with Madam C.J. and other characters and help signal the viewer at pivotal moments in the series. Still, there was plenty of need for quieter, emotional cues, which I instilled subtly with jazz harmonies and instruments of the era."

Jeremy [Six Strings]


The Emmy® Award-winning animated series “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” returns for its epic conclusion streaming only on Disney+.  With ambitious, groundbreaking computer animation from Lucasfilm Animation, classic characters, astounding action, and the timeless battle between good and evil, “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” expands the Star Wars story with all new adventures set in a galaxy far, far away. 

Award-winning composer Kevin Kiner returns to score all 12 episodes of the final season of “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.”  The schedule of all soundtrack releases follows:

4/10:     Star Wars: The Clone Wars – The Final Season (Episodes 5-8)
5/4:     Star Wars: The Clone Wars – The Final Season (Episodes 9-12)

Kiner said, “It has been such a fantastic ride scoring ‘Clone Wars’ and working with Dave Filoni and George Lucas was a dream come true. I feel like season seven is everything we all wanted ‘Clone Wars’ to be, top to bottom.  From the music to the animation to the story lines to the directing, this is the show I always wanted to be a part of!”

About “Star Wars: The Clone Wars”
Now it is the end of the historic Clone Wars, as the forces of darkness have amassed great power in their bid to transform the Republic into the Galactic Empire. In the conflict’s final days, clone troopers specialize for the dangerous missions ahead, Ahsoka Tano confronts life outside of the Jedi Order, and a familiar menace returns to wreak havoc. The explosive final chapters of the Clone Wars chronicle the end of a major era in Star Wars history.

Created by George Lucas, with Dave Filoni as Executive Producer/Supervising Director, “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” stars Matt Lanter as “Anakin Skywalker,” Ashley Eckstein as “Ahsoka Tano,” Dee Bradley Baker as “Captain Rex” and the clone troopers, James Arnold Taylor as “Obi-Wan Kenobi,” Katee Sackhoff as “Bo- Katan,” Tom Kane as “Yoda” and Sam Witwer as “Maul.”

About Kevin Kiner
Honored with multiple Emmy and Annie nominations, as well as 12 BMI awards, Kevin Kiner is one of the most versatile and sought-after composers in Hollywood. In creating intimate soloistic guitar music over the grim realities of the Juarez Cartel, to grand orchestral music for a galaxy far, far away, Kevin’s wide musical range has allowed him to take on such diverse projects as Netflix’s hit series “Narcos: Mexico,” “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” Showtime’s “City on a Hill,” AMC’s “Hell on Wheels,” CW’s “Jane the Virgin,” CBS’s “CSI: Miami,” and Netflix’s “Making a Murderer”  Kevin also scores Warner Brother’s “Titans,” and “Doom Patrol” with Clint Mansell.
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Walt Disney Records: "Disneynature’s Elephant" music by Ramin Djawadi

Walt Disney Records releases Disneynature’s Elephant digital soundtrack today. The album features original score composed by two-time Emmy® Award-winning composer Ramin Djawadi (“Westworld,” “Game of Thrones”) and is available. “Elephant,” narrated by Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, is streaming exclusively on Disney+ today.

Directed by Mark Linfield, co-directed by Vanessa Berlowitz and Alastair Fothergill, and produced by Mark Linfield, Vanessa Berlowitz and Roy Conli, “Elephant” follows African elephant Shani and her spirited son Jomo as their herd make an epic journey hundreds of miles across the vast Kalahari Desert. Led by their great matriarch, Gaia, the family faces brutal heat, dwindling resources and persistent predators, as they follow in their ancestor’s footsteps on a quest to reach a lush, green paradise.

In recognition of “Elephant,” Disneynature and the Disney Conservation Fund are supporting Elephants Without Borders, an organization working in Botswana to ensure people and elephants thrive. Elephants Without Borders is working on strategies to protect Botswana’s elephant haven, helping to reduce human-wildlife conflict through education, economic development, and solutions that either redirect elephant migration away from people, or provide communities with tools that help to protect themselves and their properties when elephants are nearby.

The “Elephant” score is composed, conducted and produced by Ramin Djawadi. The German-born composer has scored over 100 projects including blockbuster films such as “Pacific Rim,” “Iron Man” and “Clash of the Titans” and celebrated television scores including “Game of Thrones,” “Westworld,” “Prison Break” and “The Strain.”

Jeremy [Six Strings]

Walt Disney Records: "Disneynature’s Dolphin Reef" music by Steven Price

Walt Disney Records releases Disneynature’s Dolphin Reef digital soundtrack. The album features original score by Academy Award®-winning composer Steven Price ("Gravity," "Baby Driver") and is available here. “Disneynature’s Dolphin Reef” narrated by Academy Award-winning actress Natalie Portman is streaming exclusively on Disney+ today.

“Dolphin Reef” dives under the sea to frolic with some of the planet’s most engaging animals: dolphins. Created with Disneynature’s signature storytelling style, the film introduces Echo, a young Pacific bottlenose dolphin who can’t quite decide if it’s time to grow up and take on new responsibilities. Dolphin society is tricky, and the coral reef that Echo and his family call home depends on all of its inhabitants to keep it healthy. But Echo has a tough time resisting the many adventures the ocean has to offer. Keith Scholey, who directed Disneynature’s “Bears,” helms the film.

Disney has a long history of supporting oceans and marine life around the world. Grants from the Disney Conservation Fund and expertise from Disney Conservation Team Wildlife have helped leading conservation organizations and communities to establish coral nurseries to help to re-grow their damaged reefs, build fisheries that save fish and provide local job opportunities, rescue stranded dolphins, and inspire children to explore and protect coastlines, reefs and other marine habitats.

Jeremy [Six Strings]


Fox Music/Hollywood Records today released the digital soundtrack from the Amazon Original series, Tales from the Loop.  The album features original themes by Philip Glass and score by Paul Leonard-Morgan and is available.

Tales from the Loop is now streaming exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide.

From executive producer Matt Reeves and based on the acclaimed art of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag, Tales from the Loop explores the town and people who live above “The Loop,” a machine built to unlock and explore the mysteries of the universe – making things possible that were previously relegated only to science fiction. In this fantastical mysterious town, poignant human tales are told that bare universal emotional experiences, while drawing on the intrigue of genre storytelling.

The series stars Rebecca Hall (Vicky Cristina Barcelona, The Town), Paul Schneider (Parks and Recreation), Daniel Zolghadri (Eighth Grade), Duncan Joiner (Waco) and Jonathan Pryce (The Two Popes, Game of Thrones)

Leonard-Morgan said, “Collaborating with Philip Glass on Tales from the Loop was an incredible experience. Philip and I had a discussion with Nathaniel Halpern (showrunner) and Mark Romanek (executive producer) about their vision for the show, the incorporation of unusual instruments, and their shared desire of wanting the soundtrack to be an integral part of the show: ‘Music which could be listened to by itself, melodies which could be hummed, a soundtrack which will stand the test of time apart from the series.’ Philip went and scored a bunch of initial ideas, as did I, and we discussed where they all might work together. Both of us playing off each other’s sounds and melodies to create a truly unique score. Over and again, we kept coming back to the original idea: to make beautiful music, which would work hand in hand with Nathaniel’s brilliant visions and beautiful cinematography. The 8 episodes are so unique—they’re like nothing we’ve ever seen, and hopefully the score stays true to this. Melodies come back throughout the show, each guiding us through the world of the loop. During recording sessions every 3 weeks, the natural sounds of the solo violin and the solo cello gave a beautiful, haunting sound to the loop, becoming an integral part of the sound.”

Glass added, “I’ve always tried to collaborate with people from many disparate perspectives; everyone from indigenous musicians to electronic musicians have expanded my musical sensibilities. Working with Paul was no exception and the intersection of our two styles has produced a score both unexpected and familiar that accompanies the series beautifully.”

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Philip Glass is a graduate of the University of Chicago and the Juilliard School. In the early 1960s, Glass spent two years of intensive study in Paris with Nadia Boulanger and, while there, earned money by transcribing Ravi Shankar’s Indian music into Western notation. By 1974, Glass had a number of innovative projects creating a large collection of new music for The Philip Glass Ensemble and for the Mabou Mines Theater Company. This period culminated in Music in Twelve Parts and the landmark opera Einstein on the Beach, for which he collaborated with Robert Wilson. Since Einstein, Glass has expanded his repertoire to include music for opera, dance, theater, chamber ensemble, orchestra and film. His scores have received Academy Award nominations (Kundun, The Hours, Notes on a Scandal) and a Golden Globe (The Truman Show). In the past few years several new works were unveiled including an opera on the death of Walt Disney, The Perfect American (co-commissioned by Teatro Real, Madrid and the English National Opera), a new touring production of Einstein, the publication of Glass’s memoir, Words Without Music, by Liveright Books, and the premiere of the revised version of Glass’ opera Appomattox, in collaboration with librettist Christopher Hampton, by the Washington National Opera in November 2015.

Glass celebrated his 80th birthday on January 31, 2017 with the world premiere of Symphony No. 11 at Carnegie Hall. His 80th birthday season featured programming around the globe, including the U.S. premieres of operas The Trial and The Perfect American, and world premieres of several new works, including Piano Concerto No. 3 and String Quartet No. 8.

In 2015, Glass received the U.S. National Medal of Arts and the 11th Glenn Gould Prize. Glass was honored with the Richard and Barbara Debs Composer’s Chair from Carnegie Hall for the 2017-2018 season. Glass received the 41st Kennedy Center Honors in 2018, and the GRAMMY Trustee’s Award in 2020.

Paul Leonard-Morgan’s unique cinematic style of fusing orchestra with electronica has put him in high demand as a film composer, a producer and arranger for bands, and has led him to win a BAFTA award, and receive Emmy & Ivor Novello nominations.

Prior to working in film, Leonard-Morgan produced and arranged for acts including Belle and Sebastian, Snow Patrol, Mogwai, and No Doubt. However, it was his groundbreaking score for Relativity’s Limitless, a paranoia-fueled action thriller starring Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro, that solidified him as a major player in the film music industry and was later nominated for the prestigious World Soundtrack “Discovery of the Year” Award in Ghent. His first Emmy nomination came in 2016 for the CBS TV spinoff of Limitless, helmed by Marc Webb (Spiderman, 500 Days of Summer).

Dredd, which topped the U.K. box office in its first week of its 2012 release, is widely recognized as launching a new generation of hybrid scores, causing Variety to note the impact of “the throbbing sounds of Paul Leonard-Morgan’s bass heavy score”. In 2016, Leonard-Morgan began working with Academy-Award winning director Errol Morris on a string of projects including the documentary feature The B-Side, the award-winning Netflix series Wormwood, and the newly-completed motion picture on Steve Bannon, American Dharma. Other credits include The Quiet One–the story of Rolling Stones founding member Bill Wyman, the feature Last Breath, the hit series reboot Dynasty for The CW, and Designated Survivor on Netflix, and the feature The Tomorrow Man which debuted at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. Paul’s latest project is Amazon’s sci-fi series Tales from the Loop (co-scored with Philip Glass), which will be available for streaming on April 3rd. He is also one of three composers who are scoring the highly anticipated video game Cyberpunk 2077—an open-world action-adventure story developed by CD Projekt Red, which is slated to be released in September 2020.

Paul’s work in animation includes three short Minions films, released alongside Universal Studio’s all-time highest grossing film Despicable Me 2, and Fox/Evergreen’s $80 million feature animation Walking with Dinosaurs 3D. Leonard-Morgan’s first video game soundtrack (EA Games’ flagship Battlefield Hardline) was released in 2015, and granted him the opportunity to score Warhammer: Dawn of War 3, released in April 2017.

He currently lives in Los Angeles, with studios in LA and Scotland.
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Silva Screen Records: "The Greatest Themes From The Spaghetti Westerns"

On April 17th, Silva Screen Records will digitally release music from the films of legendary directors Quentin Tarantino and Sergio Leone. The timeless soundtracks by Ennio Morricone, Luis Bacalov, and Riz Ortolani depict the iconic landscape of music, sounds and themes that defined an era.

Having left an undeniable mark on popular culture, the dramatic portrayals of America’s colourful past remain a cinematic staple, with the music so embedded in the genre that even a simple twang conjures the image of tumbleweeds rolling across the dry plains of the Wild Wild West. The album features music from A Fist Full of Dollars, The Good the Bad and the Ugly, Once Upon A Time in the West, For a Few Dollars More, Django Unchained.

The Greatest Themes From The Spaghetti Westerns is performed by London Music Works, Silva Screen’s own ensemble in residence for the past 12 years. Recording more than 30 albums for Silva Screen Records, London Music Works has excelled in inspired re-creations of iconic film and TV scores as well as in recording series of newly composed music (Re:Scored, The Nativity & the Silva Screen Originals series).

The press comments on London Music Works previous recordings: “London Music Works does a really incredible job of capturing the essence of what the music is… all really well put together and often sounds stunning.” - The Flickcast

“They completely blow the brains out and invite you to enter the world of lush strings and the exuberant mix of guitars and electronic percussion sounds.” -

"What London Music Works has done with The Nativity is nothing short of breathtaking" - Review Graveyard.

“This (Music From How To Train Your Dragon) compilation has been thoroughly researched by someone at Silva Screen Records who not only loves Powell's music, but also has an incredible ear for structuring a compilation album. This flows incredibly well, with one track seamlessly following on from the next as though they were originally designed to work this way." - Sci-Fi Online 10/10 [Visit]
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Sony Masterworks: "IN ANOTHER LIFE" Music by Active Child

Active Child is the brainchild of singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Patrick Grossi.  With an inimitable pairing of lush, layered arrangements and choral-style vocals, Active Child creates screen-worthy soundscapes informed by a multifarious swath of influences. Active Child first introduced his eloquent songcraft with 2011’s debut full-length You Are All I See, garnering extensive critical acclaim from Pitchfork, NPR, FADER, Variety, Noisey, Interview, Stereogum, SPIN and BBC. With his sophomore album Mercy arriving in 2015, Active Child had amassed an upwards of 50 million streams within just a few years’ time.  Touching down for headline tours and festivals across four continents, Active Child has toured alongside the likes of James Blake and M83 as well as officially remixing tracks from Lana Del Rey, Marina and the Diamonds, and Angus and Julia Stone. His considerable list of cosigns also extends to pop superstars including Ellie Goulding, who notably covered his song “Hanging On” for her platinum-certified chart-topping album Halcyon and was featured on his single "Silhouette."  Active Child now gears up to make his major label debut, signing with Sony Music Masterworks for the next step in his already illustrious career.

Jeremy [Six Strings]

Wellgo USA Entertainment: "IP MAN 4: THE FINALE" [BLU-RAY/DVD] and the GIVEAWAY!

Martial arts superstar Donnie Yen (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) reprises his greatest role as the legendary Wing Chun master for Director Wilson Yip (Ip Man franchise) in the grand finale of the revolutionary saga when IP MAN 4: THE FINALE hits Digital April 7 and DVD, Blu-ray Combo and 4K Ultra Blu-ray Combo Pack April 21 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Fans anxious to get the film early can purchase it as part of the IP MAN COMPLETE COLLECTION, available exclusively on Digital April 7.  In this final chapter, Ip Man (Yen) travels to San Francisco following the death of his wife, in order to ease tensions between the local kung fu masters and his star student, Bruce Lee, while searching for a better future for his son.  Also returning for the final installment of the franchise are Scott Adkins (Wolf Warrior, Doctor Strange) and Kwok-Kwan Chan (Kung Fu League) as Bruce Lee.  Bonus features include an English language dub and a “Making-of” featurette.

Donnie Yen reprises his role as the legendary Wing Chun master in the grand finale of the revolutionary martial arts series. Following the death of his wife, Ip Man travels to San Francisco to ease tensions between the local kung fu masters and his star student, Bruce Lee, while searching for a better future for his son. From the action visionary behind Kill Bill and The Matrix, witness the heroic sendoff to the saga that inspired a new wave of martial arts movie fans.
Going to have a big giveaway soon, waiting for the "home isolation" to come to an end. Be safe, be well.. and take care.
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Breaking Glass Pictures: "UNION BRIDGE"

Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North America rights to the Lynchian southern gothic thriller UNION BRIDGE, the debut feature from writer/director Brian Levin. Breaking Glass acquired rights to the film in March in a deal negotiated between Breaking Glass CEO Rich Wolff and Levin, who is represented by UTA and Itay Reiss at Artists First. The film will open in Los Angeles on May 15, and arrive on DVD & VOD platforms May 19.

UNION BRIDGE held its World Premiere at the New Filmmakers NY Film Festival, and stars Scott Friend (“Fourteen”), Emma Duncan (Chicago Med), Alex Breaux (“Depraved”, When They See Us), and Elisabeth Noone (The Wire). The film is proudly produced by Lucie Elwes, alongside Levin. 

“We are very excited to team up with Breaking Glass for the release of Union Bridge”, said Levin. “They saw that our film came from a love of cinema as well as a desire to connect with a large audience. Union Bridge has had a strange and magic journey all the way down the line- and the partnership with Breaking Glass was the final and critical piece of the puzzle.”

UNION BRIDGE follows Will Shipe, the scion of a powerful family living near the Mason Dixon line, as he moves back home after years in the city. His old friend Nick, who still lives in town, is feverishly digging in the land because of a vision he can’t escape. What is buried in this small town and the events around it has repercussions that effect many people. Most of all, Will Shipe, and the past and future of his legacy.
Jeremy [Six Strings]

Acort International: "WITHOUT A BODY" [DVD]

After moving to a run-down farmhouse with his two daughters, a skeptical author seeks to uncover a sinister past that haunts the house and terrorizes his family.


Jeremy [Six Strings]

Notefornote Music: "REMO WILLIAMS: THE ADVENTURE BEGINS" (35th Anniversary Edition) Music by Craig Safan

Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins, also released as Remo: Unarmed and Dangerous, is a 1985 American action-adventure film directed by Guy Hamilton. The film featured Fred Ward, Joel Grey, J. A. Preston, Wilford Brimley and Kate Mulgrew.

The character is based on The Destroyer pulp paperback series. The movie was the only adaptation featuring the character Remo Williams, and fared poorly in theaters. It received mixed reviews from critics, although it did earn Joel Grey a Golden Globe nomination. The film and a Remo Williams television pilot both credited Dick Clark as executive producer. The film was supposed to be the first of a series based on The Destroyer series of novels. A significant set-piece within the film takes place at the Statue of Liberty, which was surrounded by scaffolding for its restoration during this period.  Pre-orders now being accepted.  We expect CDs to arrive and ship the week of April 20.

Limited Edition of 600 CDs.  LIMITED TIME SPECIAL OFFER: With each purchase of Remo Williams you can add another CD or download release from our active titles at checkout to receive that item free (the system will recognize any currently available or pre-order CD or download automatically).  Buying 2 copies or more?  You can pick out other CDs or downloads to pair with each copy purchased.  While supplies last on each release and this offer will only apply to customers purchasing this release at retail price.  This is our thank you for three years of solid support from all the soundtrack fans, worldwide, who contribute to our success. (Note: If we run out of a specific title, we will reach out to you for a replacement to send out free).   []

With all the bad stuff happening in the world at the moment, something great comes from "Notefornote Music" and that is this score to one my favorite films. Composer Craig Safan brought his musical talents to this film, gave it life and today it has a fresh life. It's been released a few times, those were great releases by great labels... Notefornote Music gives a remastered edition that is clean, crisp and a worthy release.

Jeremy [Six Strings]

MVD Entertainment Group: "SIXTEEN CANDLES" [BLU-RAY/DVD]

In his debut film as writer-director, John Hughes immediately cemented himself as the king of teen cinema with Sixteen Candles, and in the process also introduced one of the most iconic faces of '80s Americana: Molly Ringwald. For high schooler Samantha Baker (Molly Ringwald), her 16th birthday might be the worst day of her life. Her entire family has forgotten about it due to her older sister's impending wedding; her biggest crush, high school hunk Jake Ryan (Michael Schoeffling) has discovered an embarrassing "sex quiz" filled out by Sam in which she details how she is saving herself for him; and to make matters worse, she is hounded by a relentless nerd (Anthony Michael Hall) who won't take no for an answer. But Sam's sweet sixteen isn't over yet, and before the end of the night, all her birthday wishes could still come true... Taking the rude and crude humor of the teen sex comedies that came before it and placing it within the intimately portrayed perspective of a girl's mid-teenage-life crisis, Sixteen Candles is a bombshell of 80s pop culture that continues to be debated and beloved over three decades after its release. Year of Production: 1984
Jeremy [Six Strings]


She's back! Elvira, Horrorland's hostess with the mostest, finally busts out on Blu-ray with this long-awaited, positively bursting-at-the-seams special edition of her big screen debut, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark! Having just quit her job as a Los Angeles TV horror hostess, Elvira receives the unexpected news that she's set to inherit part of her great aunt Morgana's estate. Arriving in the small town of Fallwell, Massachusetts to claim her inheritance, Elvira receives a less than enthusiastic reception from the conservative locals - amongst them, her sinister uncle Vincent, who, unbeknownst to Elvira, is in fact an evil warlock secretly scheming to steal the old family spellbook for his own nefarious ends... Campy, quirky and stuffed to the brim with more double entendres than your average Carry On movie, 1988's Elvira: Mistress of the Dark helped solidify the horror hostess (played by Cassandra Peterson) as a major pop culture icon, here owning every inch of the screen with her quick wit, sass, and of course, cleaving-enhancing gown! Year of Production: 1988
Jeremy [Six Strings]

MVD Entertainment Group: "THE WIND" [BLU-RAY/DVD]

What would you do if going outside meant being killed by a raging hurricane, but staying indoors meant being hacked to pieces by a sickle wielding maniac? Arrow video proudly presents The Wind, from prolific genre filmmaker Nico Mastorakis, the director behind such cult classics as Hired to Kill and Island of Death. When mystery novelist Sian Anderson (Meg Foster, They Live) arrives in the remote Greek town of Monemvasia, Elias Appleby (Robert Morley, The African Queen), the pompous British landlord of the house she's renting warns her of two dangers: the wind, which gets dangerously strong at night, and Phil (Wings Hauser, Vice Squad), his sleazy and suspicious American handyman. As night falls and the wind starts howling, Sian witnesses the shocking sight of Phil burying Elias's dead body in a shallow grave in his front garden! Trapped indoors from the raging, tree-branch-breaking wind, Sian must play a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with the murderous Phil, who'll stop at nothing to silence this inconvenient witness! A tense and thrilling blend of Euro-horror and late 80s slasher, The Wind is a stalk 'n' slash hidden gem, presented here for the first time on Blu-ray. Get ready to be blown away! Year of Production: 1986
Jeremy [Six Strings]

MVD Entertainment Group: "WHY DON'T YOU JUST DIE!" [BLU-RAY/DVD]

Shades of early Tarantino, Edgar Wright and Sam Raimi abound in this violent, stylish and riotously entertaining slice of family life, Moscow style, described as "a splatterpunk action comedy drenched in gleefully dark Russian humor" (The Hollywood Reporter) and "an amazing first feature from a filmmaker to watch" (Screen Anarchy). Matvey (Aleksandr Kuznetsov) has just one objective: to gain entry to his girlfriend's parents' apartment and kill her father Andrey (Vitaliy Khaev) with a hammer to restore her honor. But all is not as it initially seems, and Matvey's attempts to bludgeon the family patriarch to death don't quite go to plan as Andrey proves a more formidable - not to mention ruthless - opponent than he anticipated... and Matvey, for his part, proves stubbornly unwilling to die. Making his feature debut, writer/director Kirill Sokolov presents a rousing tale of family, modern relationships and the dark places they can take you to when things turn sour. Featuring a soundtrack that veers between Ennio Morricone-esque western riffs and toe-tappingly catchy pop numbers, Why Don't You Just Die! delivers laughs, shocking twists and copious quantities of blood and gore, and establishes Sokolov as one of cinema's brightest rising stars. Year of Production: 2018
Jeremy [Six Strings]

MVD Entertainment Group: "BEYOND THE DOOR" [BLU-RAY/DVD]

Demonic Possession LIVES and GROWS in the Most Terrifying Event in the History of Mankind!  Legendary filmmaker Ovidio G. Assonitis, whose Tentacles and Piranha II sought to cash in on the killer fish craze spawned by Jaws, first hit pay dirt in 1974 with Beyond the Door - a gloriously bonkers riff on The Exorcist featuring Emmy Award-winning actress Juliet Mills and distinguished British actor Richard Johnson. Set against the backdrop of San Francisco, Beyond the Door stars Mills as Jessica Barrett, a young mother who starts to develop strange behaviors whilst pregnant with her third child. Before you can say "split pea soup", Jessica is displaying signs of full-blown demonic possession - complete with projectile vomiting and fully-rotating head! Could it be that she's carrying the child of the Antichrist himself? Described as "disgusting", "scary trash" and "maddeningly inappropriate" by film critic Robert Ebert and subject to a lawsuit by Warner Bros. (who claimed copyright infringement against a certain William Friedkin film), the devilish denizens at Arrow Video have summoned up this wickedly entertaining popcorn spiller in a brand new, extras-packed edition fit for Satan himself! Year of Production: 1974

Jeremy [Six Strings]