Who Framed Roger Rabbit (3 CDs / Intrada)

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    EarlEarl
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    Accompanying music by Liszt, arranged by Silvestri and featuring two ducks wacky dialog was included on original 1988 Disney album of soundtrack highlights. Intrada 3-CD release presents both premiere of complete cue sans dialog on CD 1, original album version on CD 3. Mammoth Silvestri score itself runs nearly 100 minutes across discs 1 & 2, with numerous alternates following on CD 2. Film is scored wall-to-wall with literal smash-up of original score, music bits, songs, Interestingly, majority of original Silvestri cues are heavily truncated in film. Intrada release premieres them in their full-length versions as originally recorded by composer. Eddie Valiant theme in smoky ’noir style’ for solo trumpet plays in balance to sinister Judge Doom theme for low strings with chimes. In between are frantic, dazzling action sequences in signature Silvestri manner for full orchestra, sometimes featuring additional jazz combo of top U.S. players generating further excitement within resources of full London Symphony Orchestra. Danger and excitement become keynote, especially in rousing last half hour! Sexy, sultry vocal number by Jessica Rabbit (“Why Don’t You Do Right?”) another smoky highlight! Alternates include cues written for but dropped from film entirely. But there’s much more! Also appearing are four complete “Cartoon Short” scores featuring Roger Rabbit that appeared in front of subsequent Disney films: Premiere of complete Silvestri score for Who Framed Roger Rabbit’s opening “Maroon Cartoon” with Roger babysitting Baby Herman plus dizzying Bruce Broughton scores for Rollercoaster Rabbit (1990) and Trail Mix-Up (1993) with James Horner score for Tummy Trouble (1989) bringing CD 2 to a close. CD 3 presents original 1988 Disney soundtrack album, preserving Silvestri’s own 46-minute presentation balancing score highlights with songs. Entire release newly mastered from Disney vault elements and presented courtesy of Disney Enterprises and Amblin Entertainment. Digital editing & assembly by Douglass Fake, mastered by Patricia Sullivan at Bernie Grundman Mastering. Informative notes by Tim Greiving, colorful booklet design by Kay Marshall. Special thanks to Roger Feigelson for helping bring vast array of licensing challenges across the finish line! Bruce Broughton cartoons: Armin Steiner records & mixes with Broughton conducting. James Horner cartoon: Shawn Murphy records & mixes with Horner conducting. Who Framed Roger Rabbit cartoon and score: Dennis Sands records & mixes, James Campbell orchestrates, London Symphony Orchestra performs, Alan Sylvestri composes, conducts. Intrada Special Collection 3-CD set available while quantities and interest remains!

    Disc 1 – Complete Score

    1. Main Title (0:30)
    2. Maroon Toon Logo (0:18)
    3. Cartoon (4:01)
    4. Hitch-Hike (2:17)
    5. Cloverleaf (1:05)
    6. Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 (2:57)
    7. Why Don’t You Do Right? (3:04)
    8. Eddie Breaks In (1:28)
    9. Patty Cake (0:53)
    10. The Eye (0:13)
    11. I Needed That/Work Here Finished (1:20)
    12. Valiant & Valiant (2:07)
    13. Fire In The Hatch/Scene Of The Crime (1:06)
    14. Shoes On The Loose (0:33)
    15. Judge Doom/Looking For A Murder (4:05)
    16. The Weasels (2:20)
    17. The Glass (1:07)
    18. Strange Bedfellows (2:44)
    19. Toon Patrol/Search The Place (3:23)
    20. I’m A Pawn (2:00)
    21. The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down (Roger’s Song) (0:44)
    22. But I’m A Toon/Looking For Murderer (4:38)
    23. Execution (1:46)
    24. Got Ya, Kid (2:59)
    25. Toon Killed My Brother (1:16)
    26. Have A Good Man (0:17)
    27. R.K. Maroon (4:03)
    28. The Getaway (2:49)
    29. Toontown (6:07)
    30. Acme Factory/Roger Fanfare/Ton O’ Bricks (5:16)
    31. Start The Dip (2:09)

    Disc 2 – Complete Score Continued

    1. Eddie’s Theme (5:17)
    2. The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down – Instrumental (2:09)
    3. The Kick/The Climbing (2:02)
    4. Toon Magnet (0:25)
    5. Steamroller (5:43)
    6. Hole In The Wall (0:46)
    7. Saved (2:56)
    8. Big Kiss/Smile, Darn Ya, Smile (2:03)
    9. End Credits – Roger Rabbit Medley – Film Version (6:32)
    10. Additional Cues And Alternates

    11. Maroon Toon Logo Without Logo Slide (0:17)
    12. Hollywood 1947 (1:00)
    13. I’m A Pawn (Alternate) (2:00)
    14. Toon Killed My Brother (Alternate #1) (1:18)
    15. Toon Killed My Brother (Alternate #2) (0:54)
    16. Trumpet Fanfare (0:04)
    17. Hole In The Wall (Alternate) (0:19)
    18. Saved (Alternate) (2:41)

      The ROGER RABBIT Cartoons

    19. Rollercoaster Rabbit (6:37 – Bruce Broughton)
    20. Trail Mix-Up (8:21 – Bruce Broughton)
    21. Tummy Trouble (6:47 – James Horner)

    Disc 3 – Original 1988 Soundtrack Album

    1. Maroon Logo (0:17)
    2. Maroon Cartoon (3:21)
    3. Valiant & Valiant (4:19)
    4. The Weasels (2:04)
    5. Hungarian Rhapsody / Dueling Pianos (1:40)
    6. Judge Doom (3:48)
    7. Why Don’t You Do Right? (3:02)
    8. No Justice For Toons (2:40)
    9. The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down (Roger’s Song) (0:45)
    10. Jessica’s Theme (2:01)
    11. Toontown (4:40)
    12. Eddie’s Theme (5:18)
    13. The Gag Factory (3:54)
    14. The Will (1:06)
    15. Smile, Darn Ya, Smile / That’s All, Folks! (1:15)
    16. End Title (4:56)

    CD 1 Total Time: 1:10:26
    CD 2 Total Time: 58:45
    CD 3 Total Time: 46:05


    #25228
    ZLothZLoth
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    And it’s out-of-print. Only $68 on ebay.


    “All parts should go together without forcing. You must remember that the parts you are reassembling were disassembled by you. Therefore, if you can’t get them together again, there must be a reason. By all means, do not use a hammer.” —IBM Manual, 1925

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    ZLothZLoth
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    And, Intrada has it back in stock.


    “All parts should go together without forcing. You must remember that the parts you are reassembling were disassembled by you. Therefore, if you can’t get them together again, there must be a reason. By all means, do not use a hammer.” —IBM Manual, 1925

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