Star Wars & The Vinyl Record | HubPagesThis hub shows-off my Star Wars vinyl record collection. The original idea of this pop culture phenomenon known as Star Wars was conceived by George Lucas which has a memorable soundtrack by John Williams and London Symphony Orchestra. The soundtrack was created in new bigger than life dolby sound at the height of the vinyl record. The original motion picture Star Wars was released on May 25, by 20th Century Fox, which soon became a global pop culture phenomenon, that spawned two immediate sequels that were released in three-year intervals. Sixteen years after the release of the trilogy's final film Return of the Jedi, came the first in a new prequel trilogy of films which again were released in three-year intervals, with the final film released in
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The score was orchestrated by Williams's frequent associate Herbert W. The score was recorded by engineer Eric Tomlinson and edited by Kenneth Wannberg , and the scoring sessions were produced by Star Wars director George Lucas and supervised by Lionel Newman , head of 20th Century Fox 's music department. The album's main title peaked at No. In , it was preserved by the Library of Congress into the National Recording Registry , calling it "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". In , the American Film Institute named the original Star Wars soundtrack as the most memorable score of all time for an American film.
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I still have this, as well as the Empire Strikes back and Raiders of the Lost Ark entries in this series. Once again, in the days before affordable VCRs, these book and record sets were the only way to get a Star Wars "fix. I love Star Wars, too. I actually have a few of the original comics from the '80s. You should check out my blog Okay, someone must have gone back in time and altered this product, because I was SURE this was recorded with the actual cast members. At least that's how the five year old me remembered it.