3 thoughts on “The Lord of the Rings (1978 Film)

  1. Matt Howe "outloud98"
    Matt Howe "outloud98" says:

    Rosenman Music Sounds Great, Love the Unreleased Tracks I had this LP when I was a kid. It’s still in pretty good shape, but dragging out the turn-table to play it is a pain! I’d been meaning to replace it with a CD for years…and then for a while this disc was not available. I’m glad I waited because now it is, and with unreleased tracks now included!

  2. Larry Bridges "thebachelor"
    Larry Bridges "thebachelor" says:

    Quite different from Howard Shore’s version First, I should point out that this is **not** the product page for Howard Shore’s soundtrack for the new Peter Jackson-directed film “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring.” This product page and this review are for Leonard Rosenman’s soundtrack for Ralph Bakshi’s 1978 animated feature “The Lord of the Rings.” Bakshi’s film, which I regret never having seen, is hated by many fans of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, although it is widely acknowledged that the film has some virtues. On the evidence of this CD it would appear that to a great extent the film’s incidental music is, in fact, one of its virtues.

  3. J. Collins "Paradise Bar & Grill"
    J. Collins "Paradise Bar & Grill" says:

    Music to accompany your journey to Middle Earth Leonard Rosenman’s original soundtrack was not one of the things that struck me when I saw Bakshi’s “Lord Of The Rings” film, some 22 years ago. At the time, I was just “getting into” Tolkien, and though Bakshi’s film wasn’t entirely true to Tolkien’s stories I still collected all the memorabilia related to the film, including this soundtrack.

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