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  1. More Bad News, Robert At the Hospital, and Delivering the Message. Correct?
  2. I cannot wait until this gets delivered to me. I'll pop the Blu-Ray in first and watch the concert, then the interviews. Finally, I will listen to the entire CD, and then import said CD into my John Williams Library on Apple Music.
  3. So, just for clarification, what is currently unreleased and not on the OST? Two cues that come to mind that are unreleased are More Bad News and Robert At the Hospital. What else is currently unreleased? I'm always curious about such things.
  4. This was such a nice article and interview with the Maestro. Even the title was great. The Force is indeed still strong with him.
  5. One last time. This music will remain his finest composition.
  6. Just listen in this order. A tribute to Maestro Ennio Morricone. Grant him eternal rest, Lord. May Your Perpetual Light shine upon him. May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the Mercy of God, Rest In Peace. Amen. https://www.indcatholicnews.com/news/39963
  7. This is truly sad. My prayers go out to his family. I was not familiar with his body of work, but I remember The Mission. A powerful film with a powerful score. R.I.P. Maestro Ennio Morricone. May you be welcomed into Heaven with this:
  8. In addition to the featurette on the Blu-Ray for Episode VII - The Force Awakens (John Williams: The Seventh Symphony) and the featurette on iTunes and Disney Plus for Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker (The Maestro's Finale and the section from The Skywalker Legacy documentary), that makes a total of how many featurettes focused on the Maestro's music for Star Wars? I know the Conversation With the Masters documentary on the Blu-Ray for Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back, the Maestro in the Empire of Dreams documentary, The Beginning: The Making of Episode I - The Phantom Menace and the featurette on the DVD, the featurette on the DVD for Episode II - Attack of the Clones, and the featurette on the DVD for Episode III - Revenge of the Sith. Did I leave something out?
  9. Absolutely; he has expressed as such in numerous interviews, and it shows. I don't mind revisiting the scores via the soundtrack albums and the films themselves (in the case of Episode VIII, that and the isolated score track), but I cannot wait for the day when all nine scores are released in the remastered, expanded and complete format the Maestro's work clearly deserves; it absolutely NEEDS to happen.
  10. I beg to differ... I only wish that this featurette was included in home video like there was for Episode VII (Blu-Ray) and IX (iTunes and Disney Plus) (except no 360 degree video format). Then again, I can always watch it via YouTube on Apple TV.
  11. I noticed the Tabla drums on first listen; a nice touch considering the desert setting. Really? Where? I never noticed.
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