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« Reply #100 on: April 25, 2015, 02:05:51 PM »

It has been suggested that there's no soundtrack available because Mike, being conflicted about Brian's "artistic side" is blocking it. If this is not the case, if there are other reasons for the soundtrack not appearing, or if those that submitted the ML reasons don't really know, it better be clarified.

OR what?
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« Reply #101 on: April 25, 2015, 02:41:59 PM »

It has been suggested that there's no soundtrack available because Mike, being conflicted about Brian's "artistic side" is blocking it. If this is not the case, if there are other reasons for the soundtrack not appearing, or if those that submitted the ML reasons don't really know, it better be clarified.

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« Reply #102 on: April 26, 2015, 03:06:56 AM »

Rerelease of BWs first solo, occasionally refered to as L&M by vendors, can't help but confuse the chances of the soundtrack.

Anyone know yet if the correct mixes are included this time around?

Price here is very keen:

http://www.spincds.com/renaissance-live-in-concert-tour-2011-dvd-2cd-45099
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« Reply #103 on: April 26, 2015, 03:30:57 AM »

Rerelease of BWs first solo, occasionally refered to as L&M by vendors, can't help but confuse the chances of the soundtrack.

Anyone know yet if the correct mixes are included this time around?

Price here is very keen:

http://www.spincds.com/renaissance-live-in-concert-tour-2011-dvd-2cd-45099

Cool that this is being re-released. A shame that all of Brian`s solo CDs havent been given the bonus track treatment.
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« Reply #104 on: April 26, 2015, 04:36:23 AM »

Anyone know yet if the correct mixes are included this time around?

I sincerely hope so, particularly in the case of "Melt Away", whose original mix is said to be amazing... 
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« Reply #105 on: April 26, 2015, 06:08:56 PM »

I'm hoping for a L&M soundtrack release as well, but I don't think there's much chance of seeing it released right now, as the focus, as it should be, is on promoting and selling NPP.
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« Reply #106 on: April 26, 2015, 09:06:41 PM »

I'm hoping for a L&M soundtrack release as well, but I don't think there's much chance of seeing it released right now, as the focus, as it should be, is on promoting and selling NPP.

I agree. If anything, a soundtrack album would be a terrible idea right now, wouldn't it? Brian wants to move his new music. Hopefully the film will push some more sales for NPP.
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« Reply #107 on: April 26, 2015, 09:33:36 PM »

I seriously doubt anyone was expecting a soundtrack of L&M to be released tomorrow.  The debut in the US is 5-Jun.  It is a spectacular soundtrack.  I'm sure some people here can do a nice recording of the music, and no disrespect, but I really want an official version off the original track shown in the film. 
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« Reply #108 on: April 27, 2015, 06:05:05 AM »

I think its comical that people are actually accusing Mike Love of blocking the release of a L&M soundtrack. 

Firstly, why would Mike block a release that's going to make him money?  There would likely be a few MEL credits on the album I would imagine. 

Secondly, I wouldn't think Mike would even have any control of whether or not an OST is released. 

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« Reply #109 on: April 27, 2015, 06:52:59 AM »

I think its comical that people are actually accusing Mike Love of blocking the release of a L&M soundtrack.  

Firstly, why would Mike block a release that's going to make him money?  There would likely be a few MEL credits on the album I would imagine.  

Secondly, I wouldn't think Mike would even have any control of whether or not an OST is released.  



Is it not possible that Mike is more about the legacy (as he sees it) than the money? If he saw the release as harming the legacy, that would be a good motivator towards him blocking it's release.

I suspect it has more to do with market saturation and that we'll see a release eventually. *fingers firmly crossed*
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« Reply #110 on: April 27, 2015, 07:00:55 AM »

I think its comical that people are actually accusing Mike Love of blocking the release of a L&M soundtrack.  

Firstly, why would Mike block a release that's going to make him money?  There would likely be a few MEL credits on the album I would imagine.  

Secondly, I wouldn't think Mike would even have any control of whether or not an OST is released.  



Is it not possible that Mike is more about the legacy (as he sees it) than the money? If he saw the release as harming the legacy, that would be a good motivator towards him blocking it's release.


I'm not sure how to respond to this one.  I'm really not looking to derail this thread into an anti-Mike thing, but judging by the fact that Mike tours as The Beach Boys without Brian or Al, I'd say he's much more concerned about the money than the legacy.   

But just about every movie that gets a wide release has a companion OST released.  They could be trying to decide what the nature of the release will be - ie.  score, BB songs, etc. 
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« Reply #111 on: April 27, 2015, 07:21:13 AM »

I think its comical that people are actually accusing Mike Love of blocking the release of a L&M soundtrack. 

Firstly, why would Mike block a release that's going to make him money?  There would likely be a few MEL credits on the album I would imagine. 

Secondly, I wouldn't think Mike would even have any control of whether or not an OST is released. 



Is it not possible that Mike is more about the legacy (as he sees it) than the money? If he saw the release as harming the legacy, that would be a good motivator towards him blocking it's release.


I'm not sure how to respond to this one.  I'm really not looking to derail this thread into an anti-Mike thing, but judging by the fact that Mike tours as The Beach Boys without Brian or Al, I'd say he's much more concerned about the money than the legacy.   

But just about every movie that gets a wide release has a companion OST released.  They could be trying to decide what the nature of the release will be - ie.  score, BB songs, etc. 
How they tour will not affect their legacy. Their legacy will be based on what they put to tape. Now, had Mike released multiple SIP-type albums since 1998, then yes, he would have affected the Beach Boys legacy.
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« Reply #112 on: April 27, 2015, 07:35:44 AM »

I think its comical that people are actually accusing Mike Love of blocking the release of a L&M soundtrack. 

Firstly, why would Mike block a release that's going to make him money?  There would likely be a few MEL credits on the album I would imagine. 

Secondly, I wouldn't think Mike would even have any control of whether or not an OST is released. 



Is it not possible that Mike is more about the legacy (as he sees it) than the money? If he saw the release as harming the legacy, that would be a good motivator towards him blocking it's release.


I'm not sure how to respond to this one.  I'm really not looking to derail this thread into an anti-Mike thing, but judging by the fact that Mike tours as The Beach Boys without Brian or Al, I'd say he's much more concerned about the money than the legacy.   

But just about every movie that gets a wide release has a companion OST released.  They could be trying to decide what the nature of the release will be - ie.  score, BB songs, etc. 
How they tour will not affect their legacy. Their legacy will be based on what they put to tape. Now, had Mike released multiple SIP-type albums since 1998, then yes, he would have affected the Beach Boys legacy.

Ah yes, well in that case, their legacy as recording artists is in tact. 
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« Reply #113 on: April 27, 2015, 08:08:35 AM »

I think its comical that people are actually accusing Mike Love of blocking the release of a L&M soundtrack. 

Firstly, why would Mike block a release that's going to make him money?  There would likely be a few MEL credits on the album I would imagine. 

Secondly, I wouldn't think Mike would even have any control of whether or not an OST is released. 



Is it not possible that Mike is more about the legacy (as he sees it) than the money? If he saw the release as harming the legacy, that would be a good motivator towards him blocking it's release.


I'm not sure how to respond to this one.  I'm really not looking to derail this thread into an anti-Mike thing, but judging by the fact that Mike tours as The Beach Boys without Brian or Al, I'd say he's much more concerned about the money than the legacy.   

But just about every movie that gets a wide release has a companion OST released.  They could be trying to decide what the nature of the release will be - ie.  score, BB songs, etc. 
How they tour will not affect their legacy. Their legacy will be based on what they put to tape. Now, had Mike released multiple SIP-type albums since 1998, then yes, he would have affected the Beach Boys legacy.

I know that. You know that. But someone with a vote doesn't see it that way. At least not wholly that way.
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« Reply #114 on: April 27, 2015, 08:12:20 AM »

<<Wondering how the addition of this song to the the film squares with your statements about the distribution deals.
Could other songs/music be added at this point if they( Brian/Pohlad/??) wanted to do so?>>

It's always possible to add songs before general release, or even after general release, or even change content.  Music licensing for film is, in the end, a very simple, albeit expensive process.  Again. it boils down to money.  The primary expense with this kind of change is going back into the locked picture and changing both the finished sound mix and the end credit roll.  Legally, and from a licensing standpoint, perfectly easy.  But it does cost a great deal of money to handle the post production changes.  It would be a lot more expensive if a music track were changed after general release.

The big trick here, assuming the producers what the film to qualify for the Oscars, is to ensure that the completed feature as distributed is the same film submitted to the Academy.  The Academy has very strict rules when it comes to Oscar submissions.  Again, the film submitted for an Oscar has to have the same content/same edit as the film released theatrically.  Technically, the film has already screened theatrically, with different end credit music.  However, that has only been in festivals.  So the qualification rule - I think - only applies after the film has opened and played in a theater, for paying customers, and for multiple screenings.  So Love & Mercy is probably safe.  
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« Reply #115 on: April 27, 2015, 09:17:04 AM »

As far as one party of BRI holding up a release, I suppose it is conjecture at this point. However, if it were to be the case, would we be correct in assuming that a majority vote needs to take place in terms of a touring license, but that a unanimous vote needs to take place to release an album?
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