John Williams - Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace

 (Soundtrack on Blue Vinyl)


Label:

I Am Shark

Genre:

Soundtrack

Product No.:
AIAS 22052
UPC: 619159822052
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Limited Stock
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Vinyl Record


No. of Discs: 2

$39.98

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180-gram double LP, limited to 300 copies

The original album was released to accompany the film (May 4, 1999). This release was certified platinum in the U.S. and gold in the U.K., containing 17 tracks from selections of the score, meant to stand alone as a separate listening experience and not as one hears the score in the film.

John Williams edited each track to present the score as one would hear it in a concert suite. Recorded in Abbey Road studios over a week, starting on February 10, 1999 performed by the London Voices and London Symphony Orchestra, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace was the first Star Wars score Williams had composed in more than 16 years. The scores of the following two films would rely heavily upon tracking from this score, a decision that Williams and George Lucas had made early into production of the film.

"Once again, John Williams has exceeded my expectations and produced a lavish, rich, moving and thrilling score. Every fan of Star Wars — and of great music — is in his debt," said George Lucas.



Side 1
Star Wars Main Title and The Arrival At Naboo
Duel Of The Fates
Anakin's Theme
Jar Jar's Introduction and The Swim To Otoh Gunga
The Sith Spacecraft and The Droid Battle

Side 2
The Trip To The Naboo Temple and The Audience With Boss Nass
The Arrival On Tatooine and The Flag Parade
He Is The Chosen One
Anakin Defeats Sebulba
Passage Through The Planet Core

Side 3
Watto's Deal and Kids At Play
Panaka And The Queen's Protectors
Queen Amidala and The Naboo Palace
The Droid Invasion and The Appearence Of Darth Maul

Side 4
Qui-Gon's Noble End
The High Council Meeting and Qui-Gon's Funeral
Augie's Great Municipal Band and End Credits

Customer Reviews (2.00 Stars) 1 person(s) rated this product.

Good if you like surface noise

posted on 01/26/2016
2 Stars
Reviewer: Jason B.
I have this record on the blue vinyl and on the original black vinyl both from I Am Shark Records. Both copies exhibit a ton of surface noise. Very loud surface noise. I cleaned both records on the VPI 16.5 I have. I don't know what is wrong with these pressings but I would try to avoid them if possible.


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