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Donna Lackluster

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  1. In this particular case we have to wait for the FYC to get a purer version of the score as heard in the film. Ever since Tin-Tin and War Horse, they now tend to be a vastly improved representation of John Williams' music than the official albums.
  2. The Post is such a small movie it only plays online for less than a week - as a small pop up window on the upper left or scrolling way down, if you can find it, so you can switch off the volume.
  3. Williams himself admitted the Princess theme was simply working better than anything else he threw at the scene. It doesn't always have to make sense.
  4. Yes! No reason to play Princess Leia's theme when Ben Kenobi dies... Makes no sense.
  5. I cannot say anything as I haven't seen the movie yet. But the movie seems to have so many more characters (minus Han Solo) it was probably better to create less new themes and go with established ones. The flow of the album is much much better than TFA which was constantly starting and stopping and micro-mickey-mousing every silly detail instead of going into something simpler, but more effective.
  6. To John Williams' surprise, the temp was all Williams. "Rian Johnson had prepared a temp track with all my music from Indiana Jones."
  7. The Last Jedi soundtrack is awe-inspiring. The worst thing one could say about it is that the music is too new.
  8. Not with TWO GENERATIONS of characters coming together folks. Apart from that, I luuuuv Rey's Theme, but I didn't like the Scherzo.
  9. Without having seen the film yet - I guess this is pretty much a first as far as multiple themes are used for so many characters in one movie. We have the themes for Leia, Han and Luke (including relationship themes), and the new themes for the new characters - playing side by side! I think this has never been done before on that scale, with so many characters and their individual themes - and the old themes on top of it which are less character related. I believe we're still listening to the top of the iceberg, and that the real score is much more complex. lol
  10. Did anybody else notice that, this time around - there is absolutely no Imperial March? lol
  11. John Williams with his brother Don Williams, in May and now:
  12. For your information: Pacemaker implantation doesn't require open heart surgery. The wires are typically inserted through a vein. The wires are connected to the battery, which is implanted through a small incision in the skin. A risk of bleeding persists in the first few weeks after the op. The doctor will advise the patient to avoid heavy lifting and excess motion of the arm on the side where the pacemaker was placed to help minimize bleeding and keep the device in place as you heal. You grow up thinking these giants are kinda immortal... Obviously they aren't. Nobody is. Let's hope every
  13. SERGEANT RYKER: Music by Johnny Williams https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MuOP41gdp-M SERGEANT RYKER, released in 1968 as a feature, was in fact two KRAFT THEATRE episodes edited together. The music comes from the 1963 episode THE CASE AGAINST PAUL RYKER.
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