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The film version used the opening of Carver and Paris.
Interesting, especially as there's no mention of a recording in the TND end credits, IIRC.
At least their consistent with that, I suppose. I wonder, too, if it might have been too expensive to license/royalty out in both instances. Particularly with TND having both the Crow and lang songs all ready on the album. DAD's expanded release, of course, didn't have the Madonna song, either, and I'd assume for precisely that reason.
I added some reverb at the end for a better listening experience :>
In other news, I ordered the TND soundtrack track on 2nd December and it still says 'awaiting fulfilment' on the LaLaLand Records website, whatever that means. I doubt I'll get it before Christmas as I'm based in the UK :(
Same here. I'm really loving it. It's almost like a new Bond score because of its revamped quality.
True, the slow intro really stands out. For a moment, I thought it wouldn't go bombastic, as I was really on board with that style. It would have been cool for it to be slow, since a bombastic one was always going to exist.
The second piece of source music is called Aliti M'Ipes Mia Vradia. I'm not sure it was sourced from De Wolfe (I couldn't find it on their library). It seems more likely to me that it was directly performed and recorded while filming the scene.
Thanks to Jameson281 over at the Film Score Monthly forums for this info.
Interesting how the differences on Backseat Driver aren't exclusive to the Bond theme bebop section at the end.
Yeah. The score somewhat feels like a new one, because of how slightly different the tracks are. I'm really loving this release.
I've just listened to the original Backseat Pilot: I can see why they changed it- he's trying a bit too hard to pastiche 60s Barry and it feels a bit Incredibles-y.
Those source music cues feel much more dated than the score! But that's fine, they should have been fashionable.
Yeah, the original Backseat Pilot sounds that way. But like you said, it's a lot of fun. It really is!
Must admit I couldn't spot the difference with Company Car on disc 2, I presume that's the original album version? I should probably read the notes! :)
Yup - the fast bit is when they are shopping and buy some food
Please continue the fantastic work on the James Bond Expanded scores let’s hope & pray we see quite a few more in 2023
Cheers La La Land Records and @mattjoes! 🤙
Oh that's interesting, here's a post from Lukas Kendall