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Matt S.

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  • Birthday 10/03/1978

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  1. The only thing we serve is tongue. (snaps open knife) You boys like tongue??
  2. I brought red and white; I didn’t know what you’d be serving.
  3. If you're happy and you know it, clap your hands
  4. Your Tauntaun will freeze before you reach the first marker!
  5. Janie's got a gun, her dog day's just begun
  6. We're gonna keep on, keep on, keep on, keep on dancing all through the night
  7. This year we'll make enough from the harvest that I'll be able to hire some more hands, and you can go to the Academy next year.
  8. I wouldn't say that I prefer it with the sudden dynamic shift, but it doesn't bother me either. I do appreciate the attempt to do something different with it after 20 plus years; it gives the LSO recording a unique quality.
  9. If I might expand a bit on the OP's original question, has JW recorded any albums, film scores or otherwise, with any orchestras other than LA, Boston, or London (besides the ones already mentioned...Lincoln, Saving Private Ryan, etc.)? Where he himself was the conductor? I can only think of two; the first Cinema Serenade album with the Pittsburgh Symphony, and the Star Wars album with the Skywalker Symphony (which I believe was made up of San Francisco-area based musicians). There was also Call of the Champions (along with Hymn to New England) with the Utah Symphony, but the rest of the American Journey album was made up of tracks recorded in LA. Are there any others I'm not thinking of? (And I'm not including any of the jazz albums from his Johnny Williams days....)
  10. Things go well, I might be showing her my o-face....oh, oh, oh...you know what I'm talking about....
  11. Here's to the losers, bless them all
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