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Jean-Baptiste Martin

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  • Birthday 10/07/1978

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  1. I am sorry for the approximations in my review. I only had 48 hours to write it. I left the first album behind. I mostly listened to Another 48Hrs. which I loved.
  2. I just checked. Subway Station (Alternate) has a more melodic saxophone solo. And that's the one heard in the movie.
  3. Yes. And Subway Station (Alternate) is the version heard in the film.
  4. Yes, I made a mistake. Thank you for pointing it out. I wrote the part on 48 HRS. too fast. Snippets/Heavy Traffic (3:10) + Subway Station (2:54) = the track from the 2011 edition entitled Subway Station
  5. My Review: http://jameshorner-filmmusic.com/new-editions-of-48-hrs-and-another-48-hrs-intrada-hits-hard/
  6. My Review: http://jameshorner-filmmusic.com/new-editions-of-48-hrs-and-another-48-hrs-intrada-hits-hard/
  7. @Jay You are absolutely right. "It doesn’t work. It’s supposed to be country rock!" This is what Phil Alden Robinson said when he heard the track in the film. So he called James Horner to correct this part. The director remembers very well this call and James Horner's answer. It will all be in the book.
  8. I think there will be several alternative tracks (but I may be wrong). Why do I think this? - In an interview, James Horner talks about an alternative version with Irish colors of "The Library". - In the interview with Phil Alden Robinson for the book, he tells that he asked for a new version of the second part of "Deciding To Build The Field" - As some of you have already pointed out, Field of Dreams is part of the improvised scores on the picture in the presence of the director (except of course the orchestral parts). - There may also be the single arranged by Jay Gruska (who I also interviewed for the book).
  9. Thank you for your message @Disco Stu I used Keynote which is Apple's software for slideshows.
  10. @JayI only did the first three pieces from memory. I had stopped because I didn't have enough time to do it before the review was published. @Tallguy Yes! It is the culmination of ten years of research and four years of writing. The source material comprises 400 referenced sources, including 70 exclusive interviews with directors, producers, and musicians, as well as 30 hours of recorded interviews with James Horner’s family and close associates.
  11. @Jay@WampaRat Thank you for the positive comments. I have achieved my goal if it helps you enjoy the album. The first time I did this style of chart was for Collage (2015), I had started doing it for The Rocketeer in 2016 when Intrada released the full score. But I didn't put them online. Maybe one day when the book will be finished.
  12. Thank you for the comments on my theme analysis. This is the first time I've read them. I wrote this seven years ago now... And in 2020 I had updated the text when the expanded edition came out: http://jameshorner-filmmusic.com/legends-of-the-fall-expanded-edition-our-exclusive-review/ I had fun to put logos for each theme and also I had made a commented tracklist which is visible here and downloadable in PDF format: https://www.patreon.com/posts/36204977 The B theme is indeed heard 10 times during the first hour of the movie. But it is completely absent during the second hour. It comes back only during the very last scene.
  13. Eric Rigler, uilleann pipe Tony Hinnigan, pipe, penny whistle, flutes Eileen Ivers, violin Zan McLeod, bouzouki Tommy Hayes, bodhrân Finally the LLL edition is coherent because it includes only the recordings made for the film and excludes all the recordings from July 1998 made for Back to Titanic.
  14. Yes the absence in the Omni Book is really curious because all the other alternative versions are in there. I only said "rule" to refer to Amer's message. I don't think that rules prevented the publication of the alternate version because I actually find it less close to Carmina Burana.
  15. But I want to make it clear again that these are my interpretations from all the data I have. I could be wrong. When you will hear "The Battle of Grimball's Landing" and the alternate version of Charging Fort Wagner in a few days, you may understand better why I think this.
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