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Warner Brothers 75 Years Entertaining The World: Film Music Box set, Soundtrack

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The four-CD box set contains nearly five hours of history--told through music--about Hollywood's most intriguing studio. With a generously illustrated booklet as guide, it starts with the greatest Warners themes and underscores by such distinguished composers as Max Steiner, Alex North, and Wendy Carols; it then proceeds with a chronological survey of movie songs and performers, beginning with the Jolson days of early sound and on to the golden age of Busby Berkeley melodies, culminating in memorable musical moments up till the present. Among the stars are Dick Powell, Judy Garland, Peggy Lee, Johnny Mercer, Petula Clark, Maureen McGovern, and even Madonna, along with cartoon music by Carl Stalling and precious novelty items by the likes of Bette Davis, Don Knotts, and Madeline Kahn. --Joseph Lanza

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Main Title (From The Adventures Of Robin Hood) - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  2. Now, Voyager Suite (Warner Bros. Signature/Main Title/Preface/First Love/Scamper/Charlotte/Fire... - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  3. Kings Row Suite (Main Title/Finale) - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  4. Paris Montage From Casa Blanca (As Time Goes By/La Marseillaise/Romace/Perfidia/Grazioso/Nazi Spy... - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  5. A Streetcar Named Desire Suite (Main Title/Belle Reve) - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  6. Medley From East Of Eden (Father/Eden Theme) - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  7. Giant (This Then Is Texas) [Main Title] - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  8. Opening/Sylvia/Molly And Johnny Theme From A Summer Place - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  9. Prelude From The Nun's Story [Main Title/Gaby And Her Father] - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  10. Overture From Gypsy (Opening/Everything's Coming Up Roses/Small World/You'll Never Get Away From... - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  11. Foggy Mountain Breakdown Form Bonnie And Clyde - Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs
  12. The Summer Knows From Summer Of '42 (End Title Theme From Summer Of '42) - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  13. Dirty Harry Main Title (Opening Sequence) - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  14. Main Title Great Impersonation/THX 1138 (Main Title) - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  15. Title Music From A Clockwork Orange - Wendy Carlos
  16. Dueling Banjos From Deliverance - Eric Weissberg, Steve Mandell
  17. Theme From Superman (Main Title) - London Symphony Orchestra
  18. Main Titles From Chariots Of Fire - Vangelis
  19. Twilight Zone Overture From Twilight Zone: The Movie - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  20. Main Title From The Color Purple - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  21. Fallen Viking [The Mosquito Coast] From The Mosquito Coast - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  22. On Earth As It Is In Heaven From The Mission - London Voices, Barnet School's Choir, London Philharmonic Orchestra
  23. Batman Theme From Batman (Main Title) - Sinfonia Of London
  24. Driving From Driving Miss Daisy - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  25. Claudia's Theme/Main Title From Unforgiven - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra

Disc: 2

  1. My Mummy From The Jazz Singer - Al Jolson
  2. My Man From My Man - Fanny Brice
  3. 42nd Street From 42nd Street - Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell & Co.
  4. Lullaby Of Broadway From Gold Diggers Of 1935 - Wini Shaw, Dick Powell & Co.
  5. Lulu's Back In Town From Broadway Gondolier - Dick Powell, Mills Brothers
  6. Hooray For Hollywood From Hollywood Hotel - Dick Powell, Frances Langford, Johnny Davis, Gene Krupa, Benny Goodman & His Orchestra
  7. Jeepers Creepers From Going Places - Louis Armstrong
  8. Blues In The Night From Blues In The Night (Outtake) - Jimmie Lunceford And His Orchestra
  9. Yankee Doodle Boy From Yankee Doodle Dandy (Includes Give My Regards To Broadway) - James Cagney
  10. As Time Goes By From Casablanca - Dooley Wilson With Elliot Carpenter, Pianist & Co.
  11. Ice-Cold Katie From Thank Your Lucky Stars - Hattie McDaniel, Willie Best & Co.
  12. They're Either Too Young Or Too Old From Thank Your Lucky Stars - Bette Davis
  13. Hollywood Canteen Main Theme From Hollywood Canteen [Main Title] - The Andrews Sisters
  14. Swanee From Rhapsody In Blue - Al Jolson
  15. My Heart Belongs To Daddy From Night And Day - Mary Martin
  16. You're The Top From Night And Day - Cary Grant & Ginny Simms
  17. It's Magic From Romance On The High Seas - Doris Day
  18. Makin' Whoopee From The Eddie Cantor Story - Eddie Cantor
  19. Secret Love From Calamity Jane - Doris Day
  20. Merrie Melodies/Looney Tunes Medley: Looney Tunes Theme (The Merry Go Round Broke Down)/Hooray... - Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra

Disc: 3

  1. The Man That Got Away From A Star Is Born - Judy Garland
  2. He Needs Me/Sugar (That Sugar Baby O' Mine) From Pete Kelly's Blues - Peggy Lee
  3. Pete Kelly's Blues From Pete Kelly's Blues - Ella Fitzgerald
  4. Why Was I Born? From The Helen Morgan Story - Gogi Grant
  5. Ya Got Trouble From The Music Man - Robert Preston & Company
  6. Till There Was You From The Music Man - Shirley Jones
  7. What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? From What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? - Bette Davis, Debbie Burton With Bob Heller And His Orchestra
  8. Days Of Wine And Roses From Days Of Wine And Roses - Henry Mancini And His Orchestra And Chorus
  9. Paris Is A Lonely Town From Gay Purr-ee - Judy Garland
  10. I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face From My Fair Lady - Rex Harrison
  11. I Wish I Were A Fish From The Incredible Mr. Limpet - Don Knotts With Thurl Ravenscroft And Chorus
  12. How To Handle A Woman From Camelot - Richard Harris
  13. Old Devil Moon From Finlan's Rainbow - Petula Clark & Don Francks
  14. One Tin Soldier From Billy Jack - Coven
  15. Superfly From Superfly - Curtis Mayfield
  16. I'm Tired From Blazing Saddles - Madeline Khan With Mel Brooks & Co.
  17. Bosom Buddies From Mame - Lucille Ball & Beatrice Arthur
  18. Something He Can Feel From Sparkle - Aretha Franklin
  19. Evergreen From A Star Is Born (Love Theme From A Star Is Born) - Barbra Streisand

Disc: 4

  1. The Goodbye Girl From The Goodbye Girl - DAVID GATES
  2. Every Which Way But Loose From Every Which Way But Loose - Eddie Rabbitt
  3. Can You Read My Mind From Supreman - Maureen McGovern
  4. Late In The Evening From One-Trick Pony - Paul Simon
  5. Stay With Me From Divine Madness - Bette Midler & The Harlettes
  6. On The Road Again From Honeysuckle Rose - Willie Nelson
  7. Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do) From Arthur - Christopher Cross
  8. How Do You Keep The Music Playing? From Best Friends - James Ingram & Patti Austin
  9. That's What Friends Are For From Night Shift - Rod Stewart
  10. We Don't Need Another Hero From Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome - Tina Turner
  11. Tender Love From Krush Groove - Force M.D.s
  12. Suddenly, Seymour From Little Shop Of Horrors - Rick Moranis & Ellen Greene With Michelle Weeks, Tichina Arnold & Tisha Campbell
  13. Who's That Girl? From Who's That Girl? - Madonna
  14. It's Probably Me From Lethal Weapon 3 - Sting With Eric Clapton
  15. Dream On Texas Ladies From Maverick - John Michael Montgomery
  16. A Kiss From A Rose From Batman Forever - Seal
  17. I See Your Face Before Me From The Bridges Of Madison County - Johnny Hartman
  18. The Winner From Space Jam - Coolio
  19. The World Tonight From Father's Day - Paul McCartney
  20. Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive From L.A. Confidential - Johnny Mercer


Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 2, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Format: Box set, Soundtrack
  • Note on Boxed Sets: During shipping, discs in boxed sets occasionally become dislodged without damage. Please examine and play these discs. If you are not completely satisfied, we'll refund or replace your purchase.
  • Label: Rhino
  • ASIN: B0000063FL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #185,459 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on April 6, 1999
Format: Audio CD
All four of these CD's are great! The way they are compiled and the way they are packaged is wonderful also. I highly recommend this!
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It`s a great set. But in the film scores section, we`ve been shortchanged.In the 50 years set, we have Korngold`s Adventures of Robin Hood, Sea Hawk and Kings Row cues unavailable else where esp. Randy and Drake - love theme from Kings Row. The Rhino Korngold double CD set is very disappointing in sonics but great on quantity. Wish the studios would release the original film soundtrack from Kings Row including the choral ending.
Will put forward my views later - got to get some sleep !
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By A Customer on January 2, 1999
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entertainment at its best a great selection of artist
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By A Customer on December 30, 1998
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Because this set covers such a variety of musics some of it will fail to satisfy, but once you've programmed your favourite tracks it's great. While the concept of scores and songs is a good one, even 4 discs cannot do everything justice; it may have been a better idea to have separate sets for scores and songs. And the velvet cover may have seemed like a good idea, but I know the tacky plastic case won't last, and the whole set will eventually look pretty ragged.
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