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Jim Ware

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Jim Ware last won the day on April 17 2021

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  • Birthday 05/02/1982


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  1. A few of my favourites: John Corigliano’s EDGE OF DARKNESS Howard Shore’s RANSOM George Fenton’s INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE Georges Delerue’s SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES
  2. To answer the question about where Shore’s theme was recorded: https://www.instagram.com/p/Chfk8LltotO/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=
  3. No, but there's no evidence of him writing anything else with another title. Jurassic Park - like it's sequel The Lost World - doesn't have any significant alternates. I played that at my wedding as an obscure in-joke for the Williams fans! It was either that or Debussy's En Bateau.
  4. All in good time. Gives them the opportunity to throw it all out, start again and keep the PR machine happy.
  5. Michael Fremer. Click the link at the bottom of my post - it’s a fascinating interview. Part 1 is here - https://www.analogplanet.com/content/movie-music-recording-king-part-i-0
  6. Shawn Murphy's view on the subject (this refers to the Sony expanded Dances With Wolves) - (from https://www.analogplanet.com/content/movie-music-recording-king-part-ii-0)
  7. That's what it sounds like to me. I can't pinpoint if it's Mike Taylor or Tony Hinnigan.
  8. There's perhaps a tiny bit of wow in there, but @Chris Malone has done a stellar job patching it up.
  9. Calm down. They're not forcing you to buy it.
  10. It's a LOT of physical tape to go missing; they may yet turn up in deep storage somewhere. Although recorded on a long obsolete format, other Horner scores recorded in the same way have been recovered and restored (such as Glory). Exactly, and when recording with Tony Hinnigan and Incantation Horner would often record multiple takes with different approaches (often a necessity given the unpredictable nature of the instruments). It's not unusual to find a different version on the album versus the film.
  11. It was on an EPK VHS tape. Unfortunately I've never seen a higher quality version circulating.
  12. Krull is 93ish minutes I think, but comparing it back to back with Willow shows how much he refined his style in the intervening five years.
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