Music loop playlist
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Here's a work-in-progress listing (composer/performer in parentheses, source CD in brackets):
01 - The Magnificent Seven (Elmer Bernstein) [Round Up/Telarc]
02 - Billy the Kid (Aaron Copland) - Introduction: The Open Prairie [New York Philharmonic/Leonard Bernstein]
03 - Billy the Kid (Aaron Copland) - Epilogue: The Open Prairie Again [New York Philharmonic/Leonard Bernstein]
04 - Billy the Kid (Aaron Copland) - Prairie Night (Card Game at Night) [New York Philharmonic/Leonard Bernstein]
05 - Dances with Wolves (John Barry) - Ride to Fort Hays [OST]
06 - "Siyotanka Boy" (Douglas Spotted Eagle) [Legend of the Flute Boy]
07 - A River Runs Through It (Mark Isham) - The Wild Ride (0:00-1:25) [OST]
08 - Silverado (Bruce Broughton) [Round Up/Telarc]
09 - The Big Country (Jerome Moross) [Round Up/Telarc]
10 - Dances with Wolves (John Barry) - The Buffalo Hunt [OST]
11 - "Creation" (Douglas Spotted Eagle) [Sacred Feelings]
12 - Duel in the Sun (Dimitri Tiomkin) - Prelude [Happy Trails/Telarc]
13 - A River Runs Through It (Mark Isham) - The Wild Ride (1:25-end) [OST]
14 - Billy the Kid (Aaron Copland) - Street in a Frontier Town [New York Philharmonic/Leonard Bernstein]
15 - Unknown (Max Steiner or Dimitri Tiomkin?)
16 - How the West Was Won (Alfred Newman) [Round Up/Telarc]
17 - A River Runs Through It (Mark Isham) - A Land Filled With Wonder [OST]
Re: Wilderness Lodge - Area Music
Quite a bit there shared with the DLRP frontierland loop.
Surprised Lonesome Dove isn't in there.
Is it possible to post a tiny snippet anywhere (under "fair use" policy, of course) for us to hear.
I'm quite reasonable on Western film scores (having around a dozen CDs of them ).
It worked with the Hollywood Blvd loop.
I spoke to Brian Keane. The track "Creations" that we want is on the Douglas Spotted Eagle CD "Sacred Feelings." The track is 3:55. The track used on The Way West CD was a cut down of this track.
Excellent news!! So Brian Keane did not, in fact, compose this track originally then? Just trying to clarify.
I didn't get a straight answer on whether he co-wrote the track when I asked. He said he was going to check his notes, but then gave me the number to Douglas Spotted Eagle, whom I have not contacted.
I looked the track up at ASCAP's site and found the "writer" to be "Wallentine Douglas B" (presumably Douglas B. Wallentine). HERE's the page. Wallentine apparently changed his name to Spotted Eagle, per Wikipedia, so it's possible Keane had nothing to do with the track.
But I'm curious what additional information you are able to find out...
Creation (no 's') was written by Douglas B. Wallentine (aka Douglas Spotted Eagle).
Brian Keane did co-write American Experience Cues, Dieshu, Red Cloud Theme/Bozeman Trail, and Wounded Knee with Douglas B. Wallentine.
Only one more song to identify, but, so far, no luck. Can anyone id this track?
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sounds like Mustard Plug playing Simon Says to me.
Thanks. That's helpful.
I posted this inquiry over at the Film Score Monthly discussion board and received the following response:
"I may be completely off on this, but it sounds like the music from Disney's THE LIVING DESERT to me."
Anyone have the "True-Life Adventures" DVD and is willing to review it to see if this mystery music is in fact from THE LIVING DESERT? Thanks in advance!
I hope it turns out to be that. It's been driving me mad. I know I have heard it somewhere - a long time ago, I think. Alas, the true-life adventures aren't available (nor ever have been) in the UK.
I always wanted "The Living Desert" but never able to get it
I hadn't though of that but it would fit well, wouldn't it.
So who with an iPhone and Shazam wants to identify the last track for us?
The Wilderness Lodge is another victim of DJ LMNOP and you buckaroos just didn't spot it!
Here is your playlist after shifting The Big Country to the top:
01. Big Country, The
02. Buffalo Hunt, The
04. Duel in the Sun: Prelude
05. End - The Wild Ride (end segment of 'The Wild Ride')
06. Frontier Town, Street in a (most likely incorrectly labeled as 'Frontier Town')
07. Unknown Track (something between 'Fr' and 'Ho' - 'Grand Panorama / Grand Canyon Suite?')
08. How the West was Won
09. Land Filled with Wonder, A
10. Magnificent Seven, The
11. Open Prairie, The
12. Open Prairie Again, The
13. Prairie Night
14. Ride to Fort Hayes
15. Siyotanka Boy
16. Start - The Wild Ride (start segment of 'The Wild Ride')
17. Themes from Silverado
The only monkey wrench in the alphabetical machinery is that we have no way of knowing what DJ LMNOP named the two segments that he took from The Wild Ride. The two segments manage to fit perfectly if we give them 'End' and 'Start' prefixes.
Regardless, buckaroos, you have been LMNOPed!
It sure looked like the Magnificent Seven was the first track in the loop, given the pause between the last track. However, I do recall other periods of silence, but I'll have to go back and check the recording.
The Round Up CD that contains the "Silverado" track actually labels the track "Bruce Broughton: Themes from Silverado." So the T would still make it work in the DJ LMNOP alphabetical listing.
Not sure how the Wild Ride fits into the scheme. The same track is cut into two segments. That throws the alphabetical listing out the window.
We have no clue what DJ LMNOP named these two tracks. The first, for example, could be labeled "End - The Wild Ride," and the second could be labeled "Start - The Wild Ride," and they'd both fit perfectly.
With 14 of 16 tracks (1 is still unknown) already falling into perfect alphabetical order, you'd have to be nuts to think it is happenstance.
I refuse to believe in this insanity.
Then you are nuts! I've already shown this to be the case at the Animal Kingdom Lodge (wait until you see what I've got for Arusha Rock!) and Old Key West. There is much more madness to come, my friend!
I'm going to die laughing when my Track 07 ends up being The Furies, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, or High Noon.
Thanks for the leads. I'll check these out. I'm really looking forward to Arusha Rock. Is this from one of your old recordings, or have they decided to turn the music back on?
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