Library Music, Part 4

In Part 3, I looked at the CD release of the Capitol Hi-Q tracks used by George Romero in Night of the Living Dead (1968), and interviewed the CD’s producer, Jim Cirronella.

Just uploaded are CD reviews of Trunk Records’ Dawn of the Dead: The Unreleased Incidental Music, drawing from the DeWolfe Music Library which Romero used to partially score Dawn of the Dead (1978), and Cinevox’ 20th anniversary CD of Goblin’s Dawn score, which was largely replaced by the DeWolfe cues for the U.S. version.

In his liner notes for the NOTLD CD, Cirronella mentions a pair of films scored with music from the Hi-Q library, so I’ve uploaded reviews of Teenagers from Outer Space (1959) and The Incredible Petrified World (1957).

A future installment will cover some of the DeWolfe cues available on CD, but coming shortly is a tally of current and imminent soundtrack releases.

Mark R. Hasan, Editor


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