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Harry and the Hendersons Bande originale, Edition limitée, Import
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World premiere of complete original 1987 soundtrack to William Dear "bigfoot" adventure from Amblin Entertainment & Universal, starring John Lithgow, Melinda Dillon, Don Ameche. Bruce Broughton fashions one of his biggest works for large orchestra, offers rich meld of warm emotion, dynamic excitement. Finished film retains composer's sweetness but jettisons significant action music surrounding hunt to bring down legendary animal. Rousing score highlights include lengthy 9-minute "Night Pursuit", 7-minute "Traffic Jam!" while touching final "Goodbyes" balances with melodic warmth, gentle expression. CD also has composer's original unused end credits plus "Love Lives On", written by Bruce Broughton & Barry Mann, sung by Joe Cocker. All score tracks from original MCA label LP plus 40 minutes of previously unreleased music appear! CD mastered directly from original session elements for dynamic audio experience. Bruce Broughton conducts. Special Collection release limited to 3000 copies! 1. "Love Lives On" (3:51) 2. Main Title (5:41) 3. Taking Harry Home (4:33) 4. Harry in the House (6:22) 5. Night Prowler (1:01) 6. Some Dumb Thing (3:16) 7. Irene! (1:26) 8. Eye To Eye (:54) 9. Our Little Pet (1:36) 10. Tracking Harry (1:37) 11. Harry Takes Off (3:19) 12. Big Freeway (1:39) 13. Sasquatch (1:01) 14. The Great Outdoors (1:55) 15. Bigfoot Museum (:59) 16. Planning the Hunt (2:03) 17. Drawing Harry (1:48) 18. Night Pursuit (9:52) 19. First Things First (1:41) 20. Wrightwood Meets Harry (1:29) 21. Bed Pals (0:43) 22. Traffic Jam! (7:14) 23. Footprints (4:19) 24. Goodbyes (4:06) 25. Harry and the Hendersons (3:27)
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The version of the song featured at the end of the film during the closing credits (and my favorite of the two) features more orchestration, most specifically a FLUTE as the soloing instrument.
The version featured on the tape cassette and vinyl soundtrack (still a good version) features a saxophone as the soloing instrument and a little less orchestral involvement.
Lastly, please bare in mind that THIS CD to which I am writing this initial review under, I do NOT believe is an OFFICIAL release by the true "rights holders" of the music or score. I could be wrong but the soundtrack was NEVER issued on CD OFFICIALLY!
All this being said, I do NOT own this CD and based on the reviews I am not 100% clear which version of "Love Lives On" is featured on it but I will help everyone out the way I did myself for many years since the advent of the Windows based computer and DVD technology:
Fortunately, the "flute version" of "Love Lives On" is played in its entirety at the closing credits of the film (DVD and VHS, etc) if you want this version, as I did. You have two options:
Theoretically, you can plug your DVD in to your computer and with a little research on how to control the audio output levels and a free download of the most basic digital recording software, you can record a WAV version of the song in CD quality (and then convert to MP3, etc, if you desire). This is the initial way that I procured the track. Although you are recording the track digitally, it actually is using an analog method of recording, I doubt that most people could tell the difference, particularly if a person knows what they are doing with setting the output recording volume just shy of clipping (distorting). HOWEVER...
If you want to be completely anally retentive you can actually rip the DVD audio track straight from the disc with software which will remain nameless.
If you own the DVD, you purchased the video and audio tracks, if you rip or record the audio track for YOUR OWN PERSONAL USE you are not violating ANY copyright laws.
I hope this helps the fans of the officially unreleased version of this great song.
- Dustin S. McGinnis (Dustin2112)