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Varese Sarabande Records proudly announces TODAY'S release of THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN: PART 2 - Official Motion Picture Soundtrack
with original music of composer Lee Holdridge (SPLASH, FLASHDANCE, MR. MOM). The CD premiere of this passionate score features a beautiful love theme, which is heard in variations throughout the album, as well as in two songs sung by Merrily Webber (arranged by the composer). After years of fan requests, Varese is happy to announce a limited edition of 1,500 copies.
Hit sequel to the acclaimed 1975 box office success, THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN: PART 2 picks up the story of national slalom champion, Jill Kinmont, several years after the death of her beloved Dick "Mad Dog" Buek. Jill and her mother leave Los Angeles to spend their summer in their hometown of Bishop, California. They rent a summer house from a handsome truck driver named John Boothe. Jill is instantly captivated by John, but denies it to everyone, including herself. Eventually, Jill and John fall in love, but deep fears and hurts from the past threaten.
1. Love Theme From "The Other Side Of The Mountain, Part 2" It's Time To Say I Love You* (2:37)
2. Holiday (Love Theme)* (1:54)
3. Indian Children's School (1:28)
4. Saturday Night Hoedown (2:05)
5. Jill's Loneliness (1:54)
6. Summer Night (Love Theme)* 1:35)
7. First Kisses And Summer Meadows (1:47)
8. Romantic Idyll (2:22)
9. Alone Together (Love Theme)* (2:22)
10. Love Theme* (2:17)
11. I Hear It Rain†(2:51)
12. On The Road (Love Theme)* (2:19)
13. Montage (5:23)
a. Lakeside Morning
b. Nightime Thoughts
c. The Accident
d. Bittersweet Memories
e. Sad Remembrances
14. John's Determination (3:10)
15. Love Theme From "The Other Side Of The Mountain, Part 2" It's Time To Say I Love You (Reprise)* (2:50)
†Not included in Motion Picture Soundtrack
Transferred from composer Lee Holdridge's archive of analog tape, the CD debut of THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN: PART 2 - Official Motion Picture Soundtrack
will be available on January 11, 2019 from Varèse Sarabande. THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN: PART 2 is available where movies are streamed and sold.
Lee Holdridge has scored numerous film and T.V. hits including SPLASH, BIG BUSINESS, MR. MOM, MICKI & MAUDE,16 DAYS OF GLORY, THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN: PART 2, MUSTANG COUNTRY, THE BEASTMASTER, JEREMY (Cannes Festival award winner), SYLVESTER, PUERTO VALLARTA SQUEEZE and EL PUEBLO DEL SOL. T.V. shows include Moonlighting and the Grammy nominated theme song with Al Jarreau
, the CBS series Beauty and the Beast, the theme song for Eight is Enough, the complete eight hour remake of East of Eden, The Tenth Man, Dreamer of Oz, Hallmark Hall Of Fame's One Against the Wind and the HBO Film THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN. Mr. Holdridge also scored the epic film OLD GRINGO and PASTIME, winner of the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival and Best Director
Award at the Houston
Film Festival. the Oscar winning Warner Bros. documentary feature Into THE ARMS OF STRANGERS: STORIES OF THE KINDERTRANSPORT, the TNT mini-series The Mists of Avalon, the NBC mini-series 10.5, the PBS Emmy nominated series American Family, Hallmark's pilot film for WHEN CALLS THE HEART, Saving Milly for CBS and the moving documentary feature film BROTHERS AT WAR.
In addition to his film career, Mr. Holdridge has had an extensive repertoire of concert works performed and recorded including The Golden Land, the Jefferson Tribute, his Concerto # 2 For Violin And Orchestra, his suite from the opera Lazarus And His Beloved, the orchestral suite Scenes Of Summer as well as the Concerto For Viola And Chamber Orchestra, the Concertino For Violoncello And Strings, the Serenade For Oboe And Strings, the Fantasy Sonata For Violoncello and Piano, the Elegy For Strings
and Harp, Serenade for Friends, Romanza for Guitar and Orchestra and Song and Variation for Violoncello and Piano.
Holdridge's first full length opera Dulce Rosa, based on an Isabel
Allende short story with a libretto by Richard Sparks, was premiered by The Los Angeles Opera in 2013 with Placido Domingo conducting. More recently it received the South American premiere in Montevideo, Uruguay, performed in Spanish with Ariel Britos conducting.