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The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Volume Two (Television Series)
Joel McNeely
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Volume Two (Television Series)
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All Artists: Joel McNeely
Title: The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Volume Two (Television Series)
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Varese Sarabande
Original Release Date: 2/2/1993
Release Date: 2/2/1993
Album Type: Soundtrack
Genre: Soundtracks
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 030206539127, 030206539141, 4005939539122

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"Oganga" score best of a good album
jhtonnan@hotmail.com | Chesapeake, Virginia | 12/29/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Now that the Young Indiana Jones Chronicles has attained a new life on home video I hope others will feel compelled as I was to try these wonderful soundtracks. Of the first two I have heard Volume 2 is my favorite. The scores of both Laurence Rosenthal and Joel McNeely are wonderful, the highlight for me being the second set by McNeely for the episodes now known as "Oganga, The Giver and Taker of Life". It is a wonderfully sweeping score as memorable as some of the better movie music out there."
Wonderful.
L. Ackerman | Ashburn, VA (USA) | 07/13/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This succulent selection of four episodes has been compiled with intelligence, not only including two different composers (Rosenthal & McNeely) but providing the feeling of adventure that these places and situations bring to us listeners.
"Vienna-1908" is a delight. If you are a fan of Strauss (Richard, that is) you'll love this piece in-the-style-of 'Der Rosenkavalier' (which, incidentally, Herr Strauss composed around the same time this music wants to evoque). Mr Rosenthal surely had a blast coming up with this engaging music and making it memorable.
McNeely's "London-1916" is beautifully evocative, the British hymn-motive of Holst's Saturn creeping into the proceedings.
If I found the last episode "British East Africa-1909" a bit too long and tiring is because it provides lots of atmospheric music without much true subject matter. But who's complaining? Not me!
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