QUESTION #1: What do you think about our “Composer Collection Series?”

QUESTION #1:  What do you think about our “Composer Collection Series?”

One of our goals with this blog is too get feedback from you about our releases.

 The “Composer Collection Series” is something that we’re been working on for a number of years now, and it’s allowed us to spotlight lesser-known works by some of our favorite composers—like Mark Snow, Lee Holdridge, Paul Chihara, and Basil Poledouris—as well as composers not as generally well-known, such as Dan Redfeld, Edward David Zeliff, and others.

We’d like to know your reactions to these releases—any general comments about these kinds of releases, and any suggestions as to what artists (not the big ones) that you’d like us to put our attention to.

 You can leave your comments and suggestion below, and we assure you we will read them all.

 Thank you!

The Staff of BSX/Dragon’s Domain Records

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  • Eric Bouthillier - July 25, 2020

    I do love composer collection series. The best format that work for me is 2 scores per cd (like you guys did for Joel Goldsmith, Paul Chihara). I’m not a big fan of compilation works, but hey that’s just me. Continue your great work and bring more 80’ and 90’ treasure. My dream: Richard Yuen Vol. 1 (The King Of The Kickboxer/ No Retreat, No Surrender 3: Blood Brothers)

  • Nicolas - July 25, 2020

    Dear Sir,
    I do love your “Composer Collection Series”. It’s great to listen underrated (forgotten) composers as Robert O. Ragland, Douglas Gamley, William Stromberg, Paul Sawtell, Perry Botkin Jr etc.

    So, YES please go on with Composer Collection Series!

    With my best regards.

    Nicolas

  • Garath Stoner - July 25, 2020

    Are you planning multiple volumes for each composer? Some have up to volume 4, whilst others are still at volume 1.
    I really do enjoy this series tremendously, and will continue to support this idea. Regards, Garath

  • Michael Collins - July 25, 2020

    More Mark Snow from the 80s and 90s please! Day Lincoln Was Shot (1998), Something About Amelia (1984), Blood & Orchids (1986), Louis L’Amour’s Down the Long Hills (1986), An American Story (1992), Mixed Blessings (1995), A Loss of Innocence (1996) , Children of the Dust (1995) – just some of his fabulous scores that deserve a release, and some of them are Emmy-nominated too and could easily take up a whole CD. Thanks for showcasing the rare and lesser-known music on your label!

  • Bob Mason - July 18, 2020

    Been really appreciating the composer collections from you guys.
    Giving obscure works of our favorite composers or those that aren’t large enough to justify a release by themselves have really lend them exposure and a great variety that is refreshing and often surprises (specifically ‘Flyers’ by Basil Poledouris).
    Another benefit is giving a good sample from composers that I never even knew of before a showing of what they’ve done the same exposure and leaving me wanting more. Never would have searched for Conrad Pope if I didn’t get his collection.
    Can’t wait to see what else is in store.

  • Terry Fairchild - July 17, 2020

    I find them an admirable and worthy effort. Personally I would like to see a second volume of the Dennis McCarthy collection. But I’m not picky.

  • Jonathon Biby - July 17, 2020

    These are totally awesome! How about another volume of Lee Holdridge?

  • Tom Campanella - July 17, 2020

    I love these collections. Scores that normally would not see the light of day get their fair share in the spotlight. Thank you for releasing them and keep up the great work! Tom

  • joe mazloom - July 17, 2020

    I think these collections are great. How about soundtracks from the George Pal movies?

  • GLENN R WARREN - July 17, 2020

    The Composer Collections is a great idea – I would really love to see a Morton Stevens Collection released – perhaps some of his great 1970s TV Movies or his work from his TV Miniseries’:-) Thanks!

  • Jurgen van Amerongen - July 17, 2020

    Hi,
    I love The Composers Collection Series.
    I like to suggest a Collection by composer John Addison.
    Stay save.

  • Jurgen van Amerongen - July 17, 2020

    Hello,
    I do love these Composer Collection Series.
    I’m grateful that these scores by lesser know or even bigger Composers see the light of day for fans to enjoy.
    I like to suggest a Collection by ComposerJohn Addison!
    I wish you all the best.
    Stay save!

  • James Raynor - July 17, 2020

    Might be a bit too obscure, but I’d love a release of Michael Lai’s work on classic Jackie Chan films (PROJECT A/POLICE STORY/ARMOUR OF GOD/PROJECT A 2). There were some Japanese LPs in the 80s but nothing on CD from what I can tell.

  • Tor Harbin - July 17, 2020

    Even though I’ve only purchased a small number of these composer compilations, I just want to say that I’m greatly pleased that they are finding their way out and shining a spotlight on lesser known titles and their composers.

    Speaking of which, I wouldn’t mind compilations from Amotz Plessner, Arthur B. Rubinstein or David & Eric Wurst, to name a few. Best of luck with your label and take care.

  • Kerry J. Byrnes - July 17, 2020

    Suggest a CD release of Robert O. Ragland’s score for “Shark’s Treasure”

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