May 20 2024


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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier CD To Release

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An expanded two-CD set of Jerry Goldsmith‘s orchestral score of Star Trek V: The Final Frontier will be released on November 30.

There will be only five thousand sets of the Star Trek V: The Final Frontier: Limited Edition Two-CD set, which will retail for $29.98.

According to a press release, “La-La Land Records, in association with Sony Music and Paramount Pictures, presents the expanded 2CD-SET of Jerry Goldsmith’s (Patton, The Omen, First Knight, The Edge) rousing orchestral score to the 1989 Paramount Pictures motion picture Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and DeForest Kelly, directed by William Shatner. Produced for La-La Land Records by Lukas Kendall, Mike Matessino, and Didier C. Deutsch, supervised by Bruce Botnick and Ken Hall, and mastered by Vic Anesini at Battery Studios, this comprehensive presentation of Goldsmith’s score features more than forty-five minutes of previously unreleased music, including alternate cues. The original 1989 soundtrack release is also included here. In-depth, exclusive liner notes by Jeff Bond and Lukas Kendall take you behind the movie and its music. Bruce Botnick also contributes exclusive comments. Art direction is by Mark Banning. This is a limited edition of five thousand units.”

Disc one, containing almost an hour of music, will contain the film score. Disc two will contain the 1989 soundtrack album and almost seventeen minutes of additional music including:

  • The Mountain [Main Title] (alternate) 4:45
  • A Busy Man (alternate) 4:42
  • Paradise Saloon (source) 2:42
  • The Moon’s a Window to Heaven (film version) 1:10
  • Vulcan Song/Row, Row, Row Your Boat (Instrumental source) 1:33
  • Synclavier Effects 1:54

The second disc will contain two hours and twelve minutes of music. The La-La Land Records website can be found here.

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