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phbart last won the day on November 25 2017

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  1. Not exactly. To not hurt his feelings, I told him JW had a second career as a guitar player but was embarassed by it, and instead of changing his name like "Directed by Alan Smithee", he changed his image (ever notice how both are bald?). But I got drunk during the party, so I ended up telling him he was a useless son of a bitch and anyone who don't know the difference between JW the Maestro and JW the guitarist deserves a slow and painfull death.
  2. He was hit by a truck a week later... and I gave the CD to my sister so she could use as a mirror.
  3. That made me remind of a friend of mine. Many years ago I told him I was a fan of John Williams, and for my birthday he bought me a CD of John Williams... the guitarist!
  4. They should make a rule that bans anyone who talks about John Williams here.
  5. You're so right... I forgot the vinyl.
  6. Does he really thinks he still has to prove something to anyone regarding his skills?
  7. I still don't understand why JW doesn't want his work on this film released.
  8. Some two years ago I made a thread comparing the sound quality of the Main Titles (track 2) from the 97 CD against a reconstruction I made myself from the Main Title using the raw takes from the bonus tracks of the same CD. The 97 release doesn't sound bad to me, but it could've sounded a whole lot better. Here's the thread:
  9. That explains why you think Raiders OST sounds bad. 🤔 Funny thing is that SW, ESB and Raiders were all recorded by Eric Tomlinson and remixed by John Neal for the OST release, but he (Neal) only got it right for Raiders.
  10. But that's exactly what makes me prefer the OST. On the DCC release, you can hardly hear the haunting choir.
  11. I don't think the Raiders OST sound bad. Aside from the pitch problem that can be easily fixed (which is on the vinyl OST as well), it's a rare case for me where I consider an OST sounding better than any subsequent remastered release. And yes, that includes the 1995 DCC release.
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