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Re: Capitol Production Music Hi-"Q" Series
« Reply #30 on: July 14, 2023, 09:33:52 AM »

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Re: Capitol Production Music Hi-"Q" Series
« Reply #31 on: July 14, 2023, 09:39:56 AM »
Reel L-66 PHOTO REVEALED

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Re: Capitol Production Music Hi-"Q" Series
« Reply #32 on: October 06, 2023, 10:17:16 PM »
I wonder if anyone knows the contents or composers of D-67 thru D-90. Production Music Wiki doesn't have pages for anything within that range, plus they're not on Soulseek either. There are a couple other stray D reels without any info or audio available, but that particular section's a pretty big gap.

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Re: Capitol Production Music Hi-"Q" Series
« Reply #33 on: October 09, 2023, 08:27:45 PM »
I wonder if anyone knows the contents or composers of D-67 thru D-90. Production Music Wiki doesn't have pages for anything within that range, plus they're not on Soulseek either. There are a couple other stray D reels without any info or audio available, but that particular section's a pretty big gap.

Hey YesCertainly,

I have a Three-Ring Capitol Hi-Q Catalog with individual 3-hole-punch pages.
The D series goes to D-65/D66 and the next page is D89/D90, so I can help with that one.

Your Pal Doug Presents
Capitol Hi-Q D-89, D-90 Dramatic, Tension (William Loose, Emil Cadkin & Philip Green)

D-89 Dramatic/Tension (Loose, Cookerly & Cadkin)
01-OK-554 Tension
02-OK-555 Tension
03-OK-556 Heavy Tension
04-OK-557 Tension
05-OK-558 Tension
06-OK-559 Tension
07-OK-560 Tension
08-OK-561 Shock Tension
09-OK-517 Tension
10-OK-518 Tension

D-90 Dramatic/Tension (Loose, Cookerly & Cadkin)
01-OK-521 Tension
02-OK-525 Tension
03-OK-503 Doc/Tension
04-OK-504 Doc/Tension
05-OK-505 Doc/Tension
06-OK-500 Tension
07-OK-502 Tension
08-OK-507 Medium Tension
09-OK-510 Tension
10-OK-506 Tension



Your pal,

Doug

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Re: Capitol Production Music Hi-"Q" Series
« Reply #34 on: October 11, 2023, 11:03:55 PM »

Hey YesCertainly,

I have a Three-Ring Capitol Hi-Q Catalog with individual 3-hole-punch pages.
The D series goes to D-65/D66 and the next page is D89/D90, so I can help with that one.
Thanks, much appreciated! Is there a reason they skipped all the way to 89/90 for the next reel instead of continuing directly to 67/68?

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Re: Capitol Production Music Hi-"Q" Series
« Reply #35 on: October 12, 2023, 09:05:33 PM »
Perhaps those were particular albums were discontinued at the time.
I know the S Series (short tracks) were removed and merged in their respective genre letters.

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Re: Capitol Production Music Hi-"Q" Series
« Reply #36 on: January 26, 2024, 08:41:21 PM »
I tried making a list of reels that have no audio available. I’m not really familiar with the L and M series, so let me know if there’s any I left out.

   MISSING D REELS
D-20, (Original, Bluestone/Cadkin)
D-25/D-26
D-29
D-31/D-32 ***
D-34
D-36
D-38, (Last cue only)
D-45/D-46
D-51/D-52, (Original?) ***
D-55/D-56, (Original, unknown composer)
D-67 to D-90, (Existence unconfirmed aside from 89/90)
D-91/D-92, (Replacement, Dan Kirsten) ***
D-105/D-106, (Original, Eugene Poddany)
D-113/D-114, (Existence unconfirmed)
D-115/D-116
D-121/D-122, (Existence unconfirmed)
D-125

   MISSING L REELS
L-31/L-32
L 57/L-58, (Original, Raoul Kraushaar, MR cues)
L-61/L-62
L-63/L-64
L-67/L-68
L-69/L-70
L-98
L-99/L-100
L-101/L-102
L-103/L-104
L-105/L-106, (Original, Eugene Poddany)
L-111/L-112, (Original, Green/Loose/Cadkin)
L-113/L-114
L-115/L-116
L-123/L-124
L-127/L-128
L-187/L-188
L-193/L-194
L-197 to L-218

   MISSING M REELS
M-7/8
M-11/M-12, (Original, Bluestone/Cadkin)
M-14
M-29/M-30
M-33/M-34, (Original, Bluestone/Cadkin)
M-33/M-34, (Revised, Loose/Seely)
M-37
M-43/M-44
M-47/M-48
M-51/M-52
M-59/M-60
M-64 to M-78, (Some original and revised)
M-81/M-82
M-85/M-86
M-93/M-94
M-97/M-98
M-101/M-102
M-113/M-114
M-117/M-118
M-121/M-122
M-134
M-145/M-146
M-153/M-154

   MISSING S REELS
S-3 to S-14 ***
S-16 to S-22
S-25/S-26
S-27/S-28
S-33 to S-46
S-47 to S-54

   MISSING X REELS
X-1/X-2, (Replacement, Ib Glindemann)
X-7, (Original and Ib Glindemann replacement)
X-8, (Loose/Seely and Ib Glindemann replacements)
X-11/X-12
X-13/X-14
X-15/X-16
X-18
X-19/X-20
X-22
X-23 to X-42
X-46
X-49 to X-58
X-63/X-64
X-65/X-66
X-68 to X-71
X-73 to X-80
X-83 to X-94
X-99 to X-108
X-113-X-114
X-115/X-116
X-119/X-120
X-123 to X-132
X-135/X-136
X-139 to X-146
X-151 to X-162
X-165/X-166
X-169 to X-188
X-190 to X-256
X-259 to X-274

Most of the Bluestone/Cadkin material from the D series is present on CPM Music albums. It’s reasonable to assume that D-20’s cues are scattered somewhere in CAS 001, 006, 014, or 027.

D-31/D-32 each have a single cue that's on the Night of the Living Dead soundtrack.

The D-46 folder on Soulseek is actually D-9/D-10, so this one hasn't surfaced yet.

D-51/D-52 - Okay, there are possibly 2 different versions here. Production Music Wiki lists the year as 1958 which the HB code would imply, though stackjackson reported that the content on their copy has cues from Sam Fox's SF 1019, released in 1968. If there is a 1958 version, all we know is its corresponding catalog number for now (HB-2251/HB-2252). The 1968 release is the Raumpatrouille soundtrack, albeit in mono and missing more than half of its content.

D-53/D-54 - While this reel is available, all we know are the track titles and composer (William Loose). The catalog number, year, and cue IDs are unknown. All I can tell is that the IDs should start with TC since some of the cues are related to those on D-55/D-56, also composed by Loose. Any additional info is appreciated. Interestingly, an index in my Hi-Q catalog book shows 53/54 in the “War” sub-section of the “Drama” category, but none of the compositions really mesh with that vibe. Could there be another edition of this reel?

There’s practically no information on anything between D-67 and D-88. I’d hazard a guess that they were discontinued quite early on. D-71 thru 76 and 79/80 were apparently part of a lot sold on eBay several years ago, but that’s all that has surfaced concerning the titles in this range. https://www.rootsvinylguide.com/ebay_items/lot-of-45-capitol-library-hi-q-production-music-vinyl-lp-records-hi-q-vintage

D-89/D-90 - Names, composers, and IDs are available, but the actual audio hasn't surfaced yet.

D-91/D-92 - Track 1 and 4 thru 11 are on Media Music MEM-10, which can be found on Soulseek.

D-115/D-116 has a page on the National Museum of American History's site. It has a catalog number of JB-2814/JB-2813, indicating a 1959 release. Any other information is currently unknown.
https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/nmah_669142

S-11 - There are 2 cues on the Night of the Living Dead soundtrack, though they're indexed as a single track to match their use in the film.

S-13/S-14 - 7 of the 40 cues are present on the Night of the Living Dead soundtrack.

This should be the best place to mention it, but there are 3 cues in NOTLD that are presumably from the Hi-Q library, but with additional electronic effects applied. These are Attacked, Dead Connection/Corpse on the Stairs/Ben Arrives, and Bonfire. The true title for Attacked isn't known since the piece wasn't even listed on the film's cue sheet. The other 2 tracks primarily consist of identifiable cues (Weird Eerie ZR-87C from D-32 and Eerie Heavy Echo L-1216 from D-24 respectively) along with the effects. What cues they were originally is probably lost to time unless more Hi-Q reels surface. Any S or X reels with ‘dramatic’ cues could be the source. It might even be one of the undocumented D reels. Who knows for certain? You’re probably wondering why the stings are on the soundtrack despite seemingly no one knowing what the original titles are. Well, it's likely that the versions Waxwork used on their vinyl reissue came directly from the film's music and effects stems.
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Re: Capitol Production Music Hi-"Q" Series
« Reply #37 on: February 07, 2024, 06:09:29 PM »
Does anyone know why the revised D-107/108 is so desireable compared to some of the other dramatic releases? There's currently one on Discogs for $1200 and an eBay auction ended at $450 this week. Before that, another copy was sold on eBay a few years ago for roughly $800. I get that the music is nice, but I'm wondering if there could be another reason. Maybe it's the fact that a few tracks showed up in Creepshow?

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Re: Capitol Production Music Hi-"Q" Series
« Reply #38 on: February 07, 2024, 09:39:04 PM »
One "L" series album you're missing is the original pressing of L 57/58, which features various tracks with the "MR" prefix instead of the "Beat Documentary" tracks from Bill Loose.

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Re: Capitol Production Music Hi-"Q" Series
« Reply #39 on: February 08, 2024, 02:35:06 PM »
Does anyone know why the revised D-107/108 is so desireable compared to some of the other dramatic releases? There's currently one on Discogs for $1200 and an eBay auction ended at $450 this week. Before that, another copy was sold on eBay a few years ago for roughly $800. I get that the music is nice, but I'm wondering if there could be another reason. Maybe it's the fact that a few tracks showed up in Creepshow?

Maybe it's the "underwater" themes? That seems to be an obsession among some collectors.
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Re: Capitol Production Music Hi-"Q" Series
« Reply #40 on: February 11, 2024, 11:16:55 PM »
Someone has been selling a HUGE collection of Capitol Hi - “Q”s on eBay, which I already purchased 2 of them (Not the ones below). ;D

I found some of the more recently put up ones that are new info to me both from Wolfgang Städele, one that’s the Professional album “Framework” and the other “Trends” except has 2 more songs that were never put in the Professional version.








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Re: Capitol Production Music Hi-"Q" Series
« Reply #41 on: February 13, 2024, 07:32:00 PM »
I've been wondering why my copies of D-3/4 and D-13/14 are housed in silver boxes instead of black. At first I thought it was either to indicate that these are replacement reels or just to differentiate 7 ½ IPS tapes from 15 IPS releases. I'm not sure if that's the case though; other revised and 7 ½ reels I've seen still have black boxes. A special feature from Criterion’s Night of the Living Dead blu-ray also shows cropped scans of a silver D-23/D-24, which AFAIK isn't a replacement reel. The best guess I have is that silver boxes were used when combining 2 older (pre-60s?) 15 IPS releases onto a single tape.
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