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Best film soundtrack of all time- the winner is clearly...

Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by blowtorch, May 3, 2021.

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    Anything by Thomas Newman
     
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    I saw that on the big screen :cool:
     
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    Same here with a Concert P A System at The theater.. The tickets were pre sold. Great !!!
     
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    End of Thread !

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    Italian soundtracks from the 60s and 70s are amazing. I like Morricone, Alessandroni, Umiliani, Piccioni, Ortolani
     
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    Aug 15, 1973. Jesus Christ Superstar. :p
     
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    For fans of The Last of The Mohicans I submit Barry Lyndon.

    Oscar for best Score.
     
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    Nice list, but with that much music when did they find time for a story?
     
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    Repo Man had a good soundtrack.
     
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    A favorite of mine is Neil Youngs guitar soundtrack to Dead Man
     
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    if you're familiar with the typical John Waters flick, you'll probably understand
     
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    Some of those songs are straight up bangers but there’s a reason why no one ever talks about the plugz.
     
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    Here are two of my all time faves:



    The Wicker Man soundtrack: The part that impresses me the most is that it sounds pretty legit as far as traditional folk music but it was all written for the film.



    Goblin’s Suspiria soundtrack.
     
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    Always liked the "Performance" soundtrack. Mick, some GREAT Ry Cooder, Mary Clayton, Buffy St. Marie, Jack Nitzsche and Randy Newman. Here's a great Mick/Ry tune...



     
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