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8 Replies to “ Tailing Hollis - Phillip Lambro - Los Angeles, 1937 (Rejected Chinatown Score) (CD) ”

  1. Nov 16,  · Perseverance Records is releasing Los Angeles, , the unused score by Phillip Lambro from Roman Polanski´s movie Chinatown (), starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway.. For reasons explained in the extensive liner notes by film music writer Gergely Hubai, the soundtrack was ultimately rejected by Paramount.
  2. Perseverance Records is releasing “Los Angeles, ,” the unused score by Phillip Lambro from Roman Polanski´s movie “Chinatown” (), starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway. For reasons explained in the extensive liner notes by film music writer Gergely Hubai, the soundtrack was ultimately rejected by Paramount.
  3. Perseverance Records is releasing "Los Angeles, ," the unused score by Phillip Lambro from Roman Polanski's movie "Chinatown" (), starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway. For reasons explained in the extensive liner notes by film music writer Gergely Hubai, the soundtrack was ultimately rejected by Paramount.
  4. Jul 08,  · Chinatown (Los Angeles, ) (Soundtrack Rejected by Phillip Lambro) If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.
  5. The nd Soundtrack of the Week is Los Angeles, by Phillip Lambro: in other words, Chinatown again, as it originally was. Jerry Goldsmith's score for Chinatown is famous for being a last-minute replacement for rejected score. Now we can hear what it took the place of.
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