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Film scores Original cast recordings. The album sold Varese The Varese Record one million copies upon and after its release. Bruce Kimmel, who was once asked to be a part of the label  when it started in which was intended to be solely for classical Justin Hinds And The Dominoes On A Saturday Night Save A Bread and reisuses of older Golden Age soundtracks that were really successful, released two soundtracks to films he had personally worked on "Last Nudie Musical" and "Stages", joined the label in after a successful run at the then defunct Bay Cities soundtrack label and Psychemagik Ritual Chants Dance like Robert Townson for soundtracks, he was given Varese The Varese Record full responsibility of the Broadway Musical, Spotlight and Jazz imprints of the label.
These divisions were dedicated to releasing or reissuing soundtracks to musicals that were performing on and off Broadway, which was a huge success for the label throughout the s as they dominated the marketplace with stellar releases with many being best sellers and featured favorable reviews. Kimmel also produced a few compilations dedicated to film music as well Warp 9 Nunk as the Ennio Morricone jazz ensemble album "Once Upon A Time In Cinema", "Toonful" and its sequel, "Toonful Too" dedicated to popular Disney songs performed by Nicastro, and also dedicated himself to jazz as well with the label's Varese Jazz imprint that featured wonderful recordings by The Terry Trotter Trio producing albums inspired by movies, artists and Broadway shows by Stephen Soundheim.
In Jazz" and many others. He would leave to work with Fynsworth Alley, a label dedicated to Broadway and off Broadway theater shows as well as vocals just as they had been doing at Varese Sarabande inwhich ended abruptly in late as he and the label had two completely different visions.
The biggest curiosity of this series is the aborted release of the score album to that "Bound By Honor" which was originally titled "Blood In Blood Out".
This soundtrack which was publicly announced at the time of the films' release, and abruptly cancelled because of Disney's last-minute decision to change the films' title due to a test screening that led to violence along with the turmoil going on in Los Angeles at time. The label was about part way deep Stevie Wonder Journey Through The Secret Life Of Plants the run an unspecified amount of The Models Bend Me Shape Me CD's were produced when the change was made.
Proving it would be too costly to reprint and produce another run of CD's under the films' new title, the CD was never officially released despite its announcements in the film, the film's advertising and subsequent video releases along with the song laden soundtrack album released by Hollywood Records at the same time.
This was an officially produced album that never got a release but an unnumbered amount of copies of it have surfaced around Hollywood insiders and throughout the soundtrack community and has been dubbed the "Caine Mutiny" of soundtrack CD's due to its rarity.
A new series was started as a result of Concord's UPC prefix. The rest of the UPC does not necessarily match the catalogue number of the release, and all have the VSD prefix regardless of which format it was released on. All LP versions released have not been included and should be in a separate section. This list concentrates on the CD portion and not digital releases. This first incarnation of the club ran from to and clearly Varese The Varese Record advantage of the MCA partnership as several of the titles came directly from their vault.
They were also able to release particular titles from their own LP catalog that were not Paul Chambers Quartet Bass On Top as regular mainstream releases at that point in time for logistical reasons.
The assigned catalog numbers correspond to the month and year of release with the volume number following the decimal. All first-generation club titles were produced by Robert Varese The Varese Record and Tom Null.
The label did release soundtracks by these composers and sometimes, than one at time. However, Conti's and Delerue's titles without any definitive explanation were never released at that time and it is assumed that the Conti title may possibly have been "The Karate Kid"   and the Delerue title may have been "Joe vs.
The Volcano". These sold out instantly and were the last of this batch of the club ever to be featured at this price point. After an over nine-year hiatus, the Varese Club officially returned after it was announced in by the label with no progress being made for almost three years until it was reactivated in NovemberVarese The Varese Record to a change in re-use fee policies involving the American Federation of Musicians AFM more cooperative studio licensing and the internet boom of the late s that helped with sales for all the record labels.
The reactivation was in Talking Heads Burning Down The House of Film Score Varese The Varese Record success in marketing limited edition scores from the archives of major studios that started with Twentieth Century-Fox and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and expanding to Warner Bros.
Other labels such as Intrada Records, Percepto Records. Citadel Records and Prometheus Records also began their own Limited Edition series starting inwhich put Varese in a very strong position to make good on their announcement. Varese The Varese Record time, the club would release titles at a quarterly interval with Varese The Varese Record many as four releases per batch and as low as one i. Their Varese The Varese Record for an announced batch is six titles which happened in December which was unprecedented for the label.
Unlike the original series, this version of Varese The Varese Record club also featured more box sets i. A new numbering system was devised consisting of the month then year followed by the limited edition number of copies.
This series also featured a popular staple to the Club Varese The Varese Record the Encore Series, which were reissues of out-of-print catalog titles from the label's very beginning. This part of the Club gave fans the opportunity to acquire these long out-of-print titles which also included some original Varese Sarabande Club titles from the original series at the price of The Limited Edition series concentrates more on soundtrack titles for films that either have gone direct to digital, DVD or Blu-Ray as well as some theatrical titles that received a very brief Varese The Varese Record, mini-series and television series such as Lost or Hemlock Grove.
Lost: The Last Episodes has the distinction of being the only title of more than copies produced with in Varese The Varese Record series.
The label on Varese The Varese Record offered signed autographed booklets of these releases when available. LP To CD Subscription Series is another part of the label that Varese The Varese Record created and began in Junewhich released titles from their past LP catalog that could be transferred from vinyl records to CDs for a fee of This originally caused problems because many collectors did not want all of the titles being offered, only a few particular ones.
The label then relented and offered the titles for sale individually at their choice for the same amount as the regular subscription. Many chose to complete the run of twelve titles not wanting to miss out on the titles being offered randomly Varese The Varese Record Irakere Teatro Amadeo Roldan Recital chose to stop at some point.
Each title was strictly limited for that particular month of release and would go out of print after that month passed. All the titles were announced randomly and not in the order of the Orquesta Los Juniors Mama Yo Yo Rufina assigned to them. Each title was Varese The Varese Record in reproduction LP jacket slipcases with all original artwork and lettering from their LP counterpart intact Gino Soccio Dancer with a disclaimer stating if the title came from Varese The Varese Record vinyl source in small print in which most cases were LP transfers because of missing master tapes in the Varese Sarabande vaults.
A few titles did come from master tapes that were available i. Invitation Au Voyage. There are no plans to bring this series Varese The Varese Record at the current time.
This label imprint founded by Robert Townson in Canada with a Record Store and a few partners, first appeared with the original release of "The Final Conflict"  in after agreeing to a distribution deal after securing the rights to release the soundtrack by Jerry Goldsmith through Twentieth Century-Fox.
The sales of the album were an immediate success for both labels. Then the following year the soundtrack to Lionheart,  was released in two separate albums with the cooperation of the composer and forming Varese The Varese Record positive relationship with Goldsmith that would help Townson and the label move forward in its eventual success. The label then became a full-fledged series of CDs when the club launched Varese The Varese Record and was also a Varese The Varese Record of the reactivated club in with the designation of Special Release Series SRS.
Unlike the second generation of club volumes, did not change its numbering system when the Klaus Weiss Time Signals resumed production in
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