[EXCLUSIVE] A PHYSICAL RELEASE FOR LIVING IN THE AGE OF THE AIRPLANES!
During our interview in October 2016 with director Brian Terwilliger, he had discussed with us a possible physical edition of James Horner’s music for the documentary Living in the Age of Airplanes.
JHFM : You did mention on Facebook the possibility that you’re considering a physical release. What’s necessary to make that happen?
BT: I’m talking to a couple record labels that are very interested in doing it. They believe the demand is there, for sure. I’ve wondered if there was. Because, doing a physical release, as you know, is a much more complicated thing. Creating a physical product, designing a physical product, shipping, and storing, and inventory, it’s a whole other thing. Digital is so much easier. I will love the physical, for sure—if there is an audience to do it. If there’s only a few hundred people who want it, the die-hard fans, then it would be a loss to actually do it.
JHFM: These labels are highly proficient in making it work for everyone, even just a limited release of only 3,000-5,000 copies. The fans get what they want, they make money, the craft of film music is served.
BT: That’s what they’re proposing. It sounds like it will make sense, we’ll just have to see which one of them really gets involved, and—to be continued
At the beginning of the year 2018 Brian Terwilliger confirmed to us that the CD was in preparation and that it should be coming out in the spring!