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In reply to an earlier post on 15 Jun 2010 06:37:16 BDT
I never knew there was more than 1 Lawrence of Arabia score!

Posted on 20 Jun 2010 00:30:37 BDT
Any Morricone (Dollars trilogy, The Mission, Once upon a time in The West) - The Empire Strikes back - the Eponymous Imperial march - stirring stuff, Blade Runner

As for Compilation Soundtracks - Conan the Barbarian, Kill Bill Vol 1, Pulp Fiction, Apocalypse Now, Platoon, all worth a mention

In reply to an earlier post on 20 Jun 2010 02:38:26 BDT
M. James says:
LION KING isn't it ?

In reply to an earlier post on 20 Jun 2010 14:05:45 BDT
Ms. Jenner says:
listening to all six star wars soundtracks at the moment highlights yodas theme revenge of sith finale and like you darth vaders march spinechilling

Posted on 22 Jun 2010 07:35:33 BDT
It all depends on the type of films you like. Personally the best are the epics, BenHur, King og Kings, Ten Commendments, Elcid, Lawrence of Arabia

Posted on 30 Jun 2010 20:53:39 BDT
Mr. MG Lock says:
For Me,
Raiders of the Lost Ark - the Well of the Souls and Raiders March are phenomenal.
CE3K -an incredibly innovative score.
Star Wars Trilogy -some of those themes are absolute perfection all wrapped up in heroic fifths.
Bladerunner -even if some of Vangelis' themes were off of previous albums.
And I have a very soft spot for The Reivers.

Posted on 1 Jul 2010 02:14:47 BDT
Adding to my contribution of the 22nd June: How about the trcks by Trevor Jone like the last of the Mohicnas (especially the theme) Cliff hanger...... Star wars tracks are also beautiful.

If you are a film fan then all tracks are good to your. One here cannot forget the Gladiator tracks especially Shlaom which is used as a tracks in many adverts.

Anyway I like all soundtracks and this dicussion could possibly go on for ever since new films (and their soudtracks) are bien issued continously.

Keep the discusion going

In reply to an earlier post on 1 Jul 2010 02:26:04 BDT
Ziff

There is only one score for Lawrence of Arabia and that is by Maurice Jarr.

Posted on 6 Jul 2010 22:11:10 BDT
Vauban says:
I wouldn't disagree with Lawrence of Arabia, but my favourite has to be Local Hero.

Posted on 7 Jul 2010 19:35:18 BDT
Kris Jones says:
Krull by James Horner!

Posted on 8 Jul 2010 00:10:18 BDT
Last edited by the author on 8 Jul 2010 00:17:01 BDT
Lawrence Of Arabia
Dances With Wolves
Zulu
Once Upon A Time In The West
Dr Zhivago

Posted on 22 May 2011 17:22:01 BDT
Oh!Susanna says:
- MONARCH OF THE GLEN ( The TV series);

- FRIED GREEN TOMATOES (I went on to buy CDs by some artists on that compilation).

- McLeod's Daughter ( Aussie series). Not of the same caliber as the above 2, though.

Posted on 22 May 2011 17:39:31 BDT
Oh!Susanna says:
Also:

- HIMALAYA (by Bruno Coulais. Makes you travel far away).

- SMOKE SIGNALS ( Double-CD soundtrack to the cult Native American film. The film is SO great too! Road trip, tells of a young American Indian who has to take a journey away from his reservation to collect his father's ashes in Arizona, and comes to forgive him at last after his death. A classic, plus moving & hilarious at the same time).

Posted on 28 May 2011 12:14:25 BDT
P. Wardle says:
Judgement Night- Great mixture of rock, metal and rap- heavy stuff in parts!

Posted on 31 May 2011 14:59:51 BDT
C H Mills says:
I think Reservoir Dogs.

Or Saturday Night Fever!

Mayhem with Angels

Posted on 9 Jun 2011 13:51:12 BDT
Fight Club by The Dust Brothers
For compliation style Danny Boyle and Quentin Tarantino are hard to beat: Trainspotting, The Beach, Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs

Posted on 25 Jun 2011 13:40:48 BDT
maybealready mentioned but my 2 favourite are the Ry Cooder Paris Texas one, and the Hot Spot (average movie) but music inc miles davis, john lee hooker and taj mahal together.....also Performance has a strange eclectic mix of tracks...

In reply to an earlier post on 26 Jun 2011 18:54:07 BDT
I am getting on so many would not agree, but for me it was from The Big Chill.

Posted on 3 Jul 2011 09:33:31 BDT
ste_d_indica says:
I'm not a big fan of the films (or the books) but I think LOTR is a magnificent piece of work, particularly Fellowship. Great choice of vocalists (Liz Frazer, Annie Lennox etc.) They also stand on their own in isolation from the films, which is where a lot of soundtracks fall down.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Jul 2011 22:17:57 BDT
DavyA says:
Any of the Pirates of the Caribbean soundtracks are great. Get Carter is pretty enjoyable too and I'm a sucker for Bond soundtracks.

Posted on 11 Jul 2011 16:28:04 BDT
You're all forgetting the spine tingling music that is the Jurassic Park theme tune.

Posted on 11 Jul 2011 16:52:56 BDT
Oyarsa says:
Listening again to Hans Zimmer's soundtrack I find I like The Thin Red Line better that any of Pirates, Batman or even Inception...

Anyway, I would vote for Krull by James Horner, or Conan the Barbarian by Basil Poledouris. Others also, but these 2 above.

Posted on 11 Jul 2011 17:05:54 BDT
P. Rogers says:
What no Jerry Goldsmith, there are only a handful of greats J. Barry, E. Morricone, J. Williams, J. Horner and the daddy at the moment H. Zimmer, a soundtrack album with a few covers or old originals does not make a great soundtrack just a lazy one.

Posted on 13 Jul 2011 18:31:17 BDT
- If you like period drama films, The Duchess and Marie Antoinette (for modern period drama) are good.
-Blow soundtrack is among my favourites, as its got a variety of music styles.
-For rock n roll I love Hairspray!
-For modern day music, its got to be the twilight soundtrack and blue valentine ("you and me" song by Penny and the Quarters is addictive!).

Posted on 14 Jul 2011 13:13:32 BDT
The most haunting, beautiful and original music ever composed for film is Ennio Morricone's score for "Once Upon a Time in the West"
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