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Red Sonja - What Dreams May Come

CD Bootleg Dream Music Inc RED CD359026 - 2004

by Bob Hendrikx on 26/11/2010:

Notes on WHAT DREAMS MAY COME [1998]

Director: Vincent Ward [1956-]
First Screened: 28 September 1998

Composer, Orchestrator, Conductor [tracks 21-31]: Ennio Morricone (CD)
Orchestra: ?
Choir [tracks 22,24,25,28]: ?
Voice [tracks 23,25,31]: Edda Dell'Orso (MSV 99:28)

CD [bootleg]:
RED SONJA / WHAT DREAMS MAY COME – Dream Music Red-CD 359026 – 2004
Running Time [tracks 21-31]: 28:10
This release is devoid of any notes whatsoever.
Mediocre sound quality.
All tracks in full stereo.

Play track 21 [2:18]:
Play track 22 [2:03]:
Play track 23 [4:05]:
Play track 24 [1:43]:
Play track 26 [0:58]:
Play track 27 [0:59]:
Play track 28 [2:38]:
Play track 29 [3:14]:
Play track 31 [1:27]:

Ennio Morricone: "It was legitimate if the director decided he wanted something else, but it would have been a sign of respect had I been the one to rewrite it."

Jonathan Broxton: "Thanks to an enterprising member of the Hollywood studio system, a copy of the original score has made its way out into the markets ... And while Kamen's work is by no means poor, Morricone knocks his efforts clear out of the water. It is, in a word, stunning."

This project marks the last time Edda Dell'Orso worked with Ennio Morricone.
Ennio Morricone: "Edda Dell'Orso is one of the greatest artists I have ever worked with. But age leads to a deterioration of the vocal quality, even if there has been no change in mind and heart." (MSV 98:62)

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