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Discussion in 'Owl's Nest' started by Debi, Jan 17, 2019.
WE'VE BEEN NOTICING ON MOVIE NIGHTS HOW MUCH MUSIC MAKES OR BREAKS A FILM.
I've only bought three soundtrack albums/CDs in my life:
1) Clockwork Orange
3) Man from Snowy River
Highly recommend all of them, you can probably hear them on YouTube if interested.
I've been a fan of movie soundtracks my whole life and even contributed to one but I'll keep that secret
So many great soundtracks by very talented composers, John Williams, Hans Zimmer, Jerry Goldsmith, Bill Conti just for starters. What stands out for me;
North by Northwest
The Ghost and the Darkness
I don’t know much about what makes a good sound track but I like the songs from
Dirty Dancing, Greese, Footloose.
Lynne's picks, plus the Rocky movies and everything Queen played on.Sexy Beast ( a dark British mob caper movie) Lawrence of Arabia and The Bridge on the River Kwai. I whistle the latter while I work.
The Good,The Bad, and The Ugly.
My Hollywood cousin used to be married to a guy that produced movie music. He earned a ton of Gold Records and they went to the Cannes Film Festival 9 times.