02-23-2016, 03:09 AM
As I have an interest in creating nice aural facsimiles of these two events, (and have already attained what I consider rather soundly similar recordings of at least what I know for sure was there) is there anyone out there who knows perhaps what else the audiences of these two concerts were treated to?

I already have Zubin Mehta recordings of the Star Wars suite (minus the Cantina Band and my rather erroneous inclusion of "Here They Come!", which I hadn't realized was a Gerhardt creation) and the Boston Pops versions of The Imperial March and Yoda's Theme (where I've been told they debuted), and I already know that the Star Wars suite debuted with the planets, did it not?

02-24-2016, 07:32 AM
Okay, good news; found a program for the Hollywood Program as well as a bootleg for the Boston Pops, however I still have some questions...

For any D.H. Lawrence fans (or, more accurately, William Shatner fans), has there ever been another time when he read aloud "Whales Weep Not"? I've already found a fantastic recording of him reading aloud the "War of the Worlds" segment (which after some denoising fit nicely into the album along with the LA Philharmonic tracks I already have in there).

Secondly, if there are any Gil Mell� fans out there, I've run into a bit of a snag. I know the guy's work, but the tracks he's listed for in this performance I can't seem to find any record of even existing let alone being dumped. If anyone out there knows about the supposed tracks "In the Year of the Comet", "The Interplanetary Suite", or "Spacetta", I'd be interested in whatever you could tell me! Thank you in advance.