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1941 LIMITED EDITION RE-ISSUE
1941 LIMITED EDITION RE-ISSUE
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1941: LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET) LLLCD 1179

$29.98

LIMITED EDITION RE-ISSUE OF 1000 UNITS

OUT OF PRINT



This release is identical to our 2011 edition, except “Limited Edition of 1000 Units” is printed on the back tray card.

La-La Land Records, in association with Sony Music and Universal Pictures, presents the glorious return of our previously-out-of-print, remastered and expanded 2-CD SET of Academy Award-Winning composer John Williams’ (JAWS, BLACK SUNDAY, STAR WARS, RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK) amazing score to the 1979 Universal Pictures and Columbia Pictures comedy spectacular 1941, starring Dan Aykroyd, Ned Beatty, John Belushi and Warren Oates, and directed by Steven Spielberg. Williams provides a delightful, full-on orchestra assault (featuring one of the most infectious marches ever written for film) to compliment this cult-classic’s slapstick tapestry of WWII-era paranoia exploding in Hollywood. Produced by Mike Matessino, Didier C. Deutsch and Mark G. Wilder, remixed and assembled by Mike Matessino and mastered by Mark G. Wilder, this special release is expanded by more than 70 minutes with never-before-released music, including alternates and source cues. The original 1979 album presentation is also presented on disc 2, remastered. 1941 Re-issue producer Mike Matessino provides exclusive, in-depth liner notes. Limited Edition of 1000 Units.

TRACK LISTING:

DISC 1 THE FILM SCORE 1 “1941” Main Title 1:36 2 Chrissie Takes Another Swim** 4:38 3 Sub Commander / Wild Bill Kelso** 3:44 4 Donna’s Obsession / Birkhead’s Pitch** 2:59 5 Poppa’s Got a Gun* 1:13 6 You Have Been Chosen / You, You, You* 2:11 7 Capture of Hollis / Kelso Lost* 3:08 8 The Crackerjack Box* 1:30 9 The Sentries** 2:17 10 The Escape of Hollis* 1:17 11 More About Donna* 1:02 12 The Count Down / Swing, Swing, Swing** 4:41 13 The Brannigan † 1:19 14 Here We Go 4:22 15 Kelso in Barstow** 3:42 16 Service Tunes* :50 17 Encounters* :56 18 Kelso’s Attack / Deep inthe Heart of Texas** 3:15 19 Eat Lead* 2:48 20 Defending the Homeland* 1:46 21 Wally Saves Betty** 2:00 22 Sound Off / Stolen Motorcycle* 4:23 23 Ward’s Big Gun* 1:45 24 Going My Way Sister* 2:08 25 More Kelso :59 26 Taking Aim* 1:10 27 The Ferris Wheel** †† 3:08 28 The Tank Approaches / Finale* 5:26 29 “1941” End Credits 6:18 Disc 1 Time: 77:08

DISC 2 THE 1979 SOUNDTRACK ALBUM 1 The March From “1941” 4:11 2 The Invasion 8:20 3 The Sentries 3:31 4 Riot at the U.S.O. † 1:18 5 To Hollywood and Glory 3:14 6 Swing, Swing, Swing 4:06 7 The Battle of Hollywood 5:39 8 The Ferris Wheel Sequence †† 1:29 9 Finale 6:16 Total 1979 Soundtrack Album: 38:26

SOURCE MUSIC 10 In the MoodH 3:43 Music by Joe Garland and Andy Razaf; Arranged by Glenn Miller Shapiro Bernstein & Co. Inc. 11 Jingle Bells* 2:59 Music by James Lord Pierpont 12 Down By the Ohio (Instrumental)* 3:57 Music by Abe Olman / Jack Yellen Cromwell Music Inc / Jack Yellen Music 13 Play-Off* :15 14 Goodnight, Sweetheart* 1:42 Music by Ray Noble, Jimmy Campbell, Rudy Vallee, and Reg Connelly EMI Robbins Catalog Inc Total Source Music: 12:40

ADDITIONAL MUSIC 15 Promo Trailer* 2:30 16 Sub Commander / Wild Bill Kelso/ Capture of Hollis (alternate)** 4:23 17 The Escape of Hollis (alternate)* 1:14 18 Kelso in Barstow (alternate)** 3:43 19 Defending the Homeland (alternate)* 1:06 20 Sound Off (alternate)* 2:41 21 More Kelso (alternate) :55 22 Finale (alternate)* 3:04 23 “1941” End Credits (alternate) 6:55 Total Additional Music: 25:54

Disc 2 Time: 78:06

* Previously unreleased. ** Contains previously unreleased material. † Traditional, Based on “The Rakes Of Mallow,” Arranged by John Williams. †† Including “By the Beautiful Sea” Words: Harold R. Atteridge, Music: Harry Carroll; Published by Shapiro, Bernstein & Col, Inc.

Track 16 co-written with A. H. Miles and D. Savino; Track 18, written by D. Swander and J. Hershey; and Track 22 written by W.L. Duckworth.