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MOVIE WAVE RECORDS SIGNATURE COLLECTION VOLUME 4,525

THE REASONABLE HORTICULTURALIST
Music composed by BRIAN KILKLINE

Disc one total time: 78:23
Disc two total time: 78:23

$64.99

AT LAST! Three hours after the film was released, the wait is over for Brian Kilkline’s music for Barry Nagasaki’s moody drama THE REASONABLE HORTICULTURALIST. Composed over a two-week period, Kilkline scores for keyboards, guitar and lettuce. Highlights include the tense three-second cue (not heard in the film) written for Carole King’s funeral. Movie Wave’s generous album includes Kilkline’s entire 2-minute score, plus 76 minutes of bonus tracks including alternate versions of some of the key cues and 32 minutes of material recorded by mistake. As a special bonus, disc two precisely repeats the content of disc one. Available while stocks remain and for a limited time.

TRACK LIST

Disc One
1: Main Title (1:57)
2: Carole King’s funeral (not heard in film) (:03)
3: Main Title (first alternate) (1:57)
4: Main Title (second alternate) (1:57)
5: Main Title (third alternate) (1:57)
6: Main Title (first alternate of third alternate) (1:57)
7: Main Title (fourth alternate) (1:57)
8: Main Title (second alternate of third alternate) (1:57)
9: Material recorded by mistake (31:50)
10: Main Title (fifth alternate) (1:57)
11: Main Title (sixth alternate) (1:57)
12: Carole King’s Funeral (alternate) (16:11)

Disc Two
1: Main Title (1:57)
2: Carole King’s funeral (not heard in film) (:03)
3: Main Title (first alternate) (1:57)
4: Main Title (second alternate) (1:57)
5: Main Title (third alternate) (1:57)
6: Main Title (first alternate of third alternate) (1:57)
7: Main Title (fourth alternate) (1:57)
8: Main Title (second alternate of third alternate) (1:57)
9: Material recorded by mistake (31:50)
10: Main Title (fifth alternate) (1:57)
11: Main Title (sixth alternate) (1:57)
12: Carole King’s Funeral (alternate) (16:11)



  1. KilklineFan (Reply) on Thursday 12 January, 2012 at 21:26

    At last! The best album release since the Fivehouse Five Box.

  2. James Southall (Reply) on Thursday 12 January, 2012 at 21:29

    If I have one regret in life, it’s that Kilkline didn’t get to try his hand at a Fivehouse film.

  3. Stewart (Reply) on Thursday 12 January, 2012 at 21:35

    I ordered this on Wednesday, and I still haven’t received my copy! I’ve emailed Movie Wave Records three times, but I haven’t heard back.

  4. James Southall (Reply) on Thursday 12 January, 2012 at 21:35

    Have you considered using the PHONE?

  5. orion_mk3 (Reply) on Thursday 12 January, 2012 at 22:18

    I for one prefer the original release on 8-track that artfully mixed the 1:57 of score into a :42 suite of highlights. What were Movie Wave thinking when they messed with what were obviously the composer’s original intentions?

  6. Irons (Reply) on Thursday 12 January, 2012 at 22:45

    On my fifth listen, I noticed the fourth alternate of the Main Title has a slightly wetter sound than the rest of the score. Plus, in page 25 of the liner notes, the word “flabbergasting” is misspelt.

  7. Lasse (Reply) on Thursday 12 January, 2012 at 23:59

    This made me giggle. Loudly. (?)
    And it holds one of your best lines to date (and i’ve read a few hundred of your reviews): As a special bonus, disc two precisely repeats the content of disc one.
    😀

  8. Kalaisan. K (Reply) on Friday 13 January, 2012 at 01:15

    FINALLY!!! This is MY holy grail!!!
    Is this a limited release? How man copies are left?

    Please don’t tell me its sold out 🙁

  9. Ryan (Reply) on Friday 13 January, 2012 at 02:54

    No FLAC download, no money!

  10. Richard Kleiner (Reply) on Friday 13 January, 2012 at 04:00

    Ah, crap! Sold out already!

  11. elfenthalsmith (Reply) on Friday 13 January, 2012 at 09:45

    Didn’t this win, like, 10 Gundersen Awards at the last Kilkline Convention ?

  12. Roman Martel (Reply) on Friday 13 January, 2012 at 15:15

    This is great news! I hope it means that you’ll be releasing all of Kilkline’s music. He did some great stuff for “The Almost Conscious Orthodontist” and my favorite, the action packed “The Semi-retired Quantity Surveyor”. If they get the same treatment, then sign me up! 🙂

  13. Chris (Reply) on Friday 13 January, 2012 at 21:12

    David Arnold is scoring this. This is FACT!

  14. Solaris (Reply) on Friday 13 January, 2012 at 23:14

    I seem to be behind in my drinking… O_O Is this an insider-gag or just a very premature April-Fools-Joke? 😀

    Darn, I wonder what the ‘Recorded by Mistake’-Cue sounds like.

  15. na na NA NA na na BATMAN (Reply) on Saturday 9 May, 2015 at 00:09

    My copy arrived and disc one was a CD-R and the other disc a banana. They played fine.

  16. Dan (Reply) on Friday 12 January, 2018 at 21:15

    Is this a real album or is it supposed to be a joke? I don’t think I’ve heard of it and it seems expensive for basically two copies of one disc of music.