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Please post your thoughts and comments on Dutton Vocalion's Multichannel SACD release of "Spellbound: The Classic Film Scores of Miklós Rózsa".

LP ARL1 0911 (1975) STEREO ARD1 0911 QUADRAPHONIC

1: The Red House – Suite (Rózsa) AS
Prelude –
The Morgan Farm –
The New Hired Hand –
Swimming Scene –
Meg Finds the Red House –
Teller Shoots at Meg –
Pete's Death and Finale

2: The Thief of Bagdad (Rózsa)
The Love of the Princess

3: The Lost Weekend – Suite (Rózsa)
The Bottle –
First Meeting –
The Mouse and the Bat –
Nightmare –
Love Scene and Finale

4: The Four Feathers (Rózsa)
Sunstroke –
River Journey

5: Double Indemnity (Rózsa)
Mrs. Dietrichson –
The Conspiracy

6: Knights of the Round Table (Rózsa)
Scherzo: Hawks in Flight

7: The Jungle Book (Rózsa) AS
Song of the Jungle

8: Spellbound (Rózsa)
The Dream Sequence –
The Mountain Lodge

9: Ivanhoe (Rózsa)
Overture

BONUS TRACK
From THE SPECTACULAR WORLD OF CLASSIC FILM SCORES LP RL 42005 (1977) STEREO/REMIXED IN QUADRAPHONIC from the original analogue multi-track tapes by Michael J. Dutton
10: Julius Caesar (Rózsa)
Overture

AS THE AMBROSIAN SINGERS
NATIONAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
SIDNEY SAX concertmaster
conducted by CHARLES GERHARDT
Multi-ch Stereo
All tracks available in stereo and multi-channel

SA-CD
This hybrid CD can be played on any standard CD players

 

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nice, I'm a huge Dali fan and the Dream Sequence in Spellbound is awesome.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spellbound_(1945_film) said:
Further contention was caused by the hiring of surrealist artist Salvador Dalí to conceive certain scenes in the film's key dream sequence. However, the sequence conceived and designed by Dalí and Hitchcock, once translated to film, proved to be too lengthy and complicated for Selznick, so the vast majority of what had been filmed ultimately was edited out. Two minutes of the dream sequence appear in the final film, but according to Ingrid Bergman, the original had been twenty minutes long.
not to mention Peck and Bergman are awesome together, true Hollywood OG's

love the DV SACD cover, oldschool

the Criterion DVD (the best transfer to date) is Dolby Digital 2.0 and Original Mono so it will be cool to sync up this DV SACD multichannel with the picture from the DVD for a surround Dali experience.

 
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