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Tutte Le Donne Della Mia Vit
Tutte Le Donne Della Mia Vit

5.0 out of 5 stars morricone on form, 3 Mar 2014
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frothy 1970s style score akin to the top notch the burglars not a great movie but great score morricone uses recurring themes none

of which is over done if you like cinema pardiso you will not fail to enjoy this 38 minutes of joy


The Spiral Road
The Spiral Road

5.0 out of 5 stars rousing top notch goldsmith score, 19 Aug 2013
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This review is from: The Spiral Road (Audio CD)
an example of a poor movie with top notch score jerry goldsmith has no peers for action movies this rousing score is right up there in his vast output recommended to all jerry goldsmith fans this score compares well with his award winning score to masada in short if you like your film music vibrant with sweeping melodies this is for you in my book it ranks in goldsmiths top twenty 20 soundtracks


John Barry: Playing by Heart [SOUNDTRACK]
John Barry: Playing by Heart [SOUNDTRACK]
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5.0 out of 5 stars music man, 1 Nov 2012
john barry at his best with this jazz laden score akin to the brooding body heat from the 1980sthe score exudes atmosphere and brooding tension any john barry fan should add this to thier collection


E Bernstein: The Deep End of the Ocean: film score [SOUNDTRACK]
E Bernstein: The Deep End of the Ocean: film score [SOUNDTRACK]
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4.0 out of 5 stars the deep end of the ocean elmer bernstien, 31 Oct 2012
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this is one of the composers later scores but he had not lost lost the abilty to produce melodic cues to this michelle phiffer tearjearker any elmer bernstien fan will find this this a treat worth buying


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