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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by northernguitar, May 3, 2021.
That thing you do!
Grace of My Heart
lots of great ones.
Tangerine Dream did some AWESOME stuff back in the day
For me, while there arw many great original soundtracks, there's only one contender for best
David Baerwald did a fantastic job with this film score.
South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut
The Wall. Imo, GOAT.
Yes, Purple Rain and the Wall.
Also, if you're inclined to consider The Song Remains the Same an actual movie, that soundtrack ain't to shabby. Fair warning, some of the songs include a man endlessly moaning like a viking in heat.
I also love Ennio Morricone. Today my favorite sound track is that from The Cinema Paradiso.
I forgive you for your youth.
This film established rockn roll in Europe, more so than Elvis.
But Purple Rain is a good contender
Zabriskie Point . A fairly good soundtrack .
(in no particular order):
Bernard Herrmann (Citizen Kane),
Elmer Bernstein (to Kill a Mockingbird),
Ennio Morricone (The good, the bad and the ugly), Gerry Goldsmith (Planet of the Apes),
James Newton Howard (The sixth sense),
... & many of the other special mentions above.
The list goes on. I love Prince too.
Ima a huge Wall fan.
But the album (1979) wasn't written for the movie (1982).
The cart was before the horse in that case.
My answer is the same as the last thread.
One word and two notes.
That word is Jaws.
Carter Burwell's contributions to the Coen Brothers' films. eg Fargo
Honourable mention for T-Bone Burnett's work with them too
Well, one or two I favor have been mentioned like Cinema Paradiso (and many others by Morricone). My favorite Bernard Herrmann soundtrack goes to Hitchcock's North By Northwest. Then there's John Barry with Dances with Wolves. Randy Newman has some wonderful music for The Natural.
And while it's been mentioned, one more up vote for A Hard Day's Night. For me, it starts here
Here's 2:35 of great fun by an accomplished "boy band" all of whom show up here with an easy way in front of the camera.
A joyful ride in the Way Back Machine for some of us.
This is a recent one I've enjoyed.
This is one I keep coming back to.
The Natural, music by Randy Newman.