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Matt S.

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  1. Everybody won't be treated all the same; there'll be a golden ladder reaching down, when the man comes around
  2. Mother! Oh, God, Mother! Blood.....blood!
  3. I think the “no money” idea is more along the lines of not needing it for the basic necessities of life; food, clothing, shelter, etc, within the Federation. With the invention of food and matter replicators, a person’s needs are always met. However, money is clearly needed for anything extra, or outside Federation society.
  4. Actually, they did mention his name, once very quickly, in passing. Easy to miss.
  5. They don't advertise it as Film Night, but there IS an all-Star Wars night: STAR WARS: THE STORY IN MUSIC Keith Lockhart, conductor Wednesday, June 10, 8pm A long time ago (1977, in fact) ...in a galaxy far, far away, John Williams began an epic creative journey. Join Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops as they perform the most extraordinary music from all nine movies while tracing the sprawling saga, gripping adventure, and unforgettable characters of Star Wars. This is a must for all Star Wars fans and film music aficionados! Also, there's a Danny Elfman film night! Never seen that before.... DANNY ELFMAN’S MUSIC FROM THE FILMS OF TIM BURTON Ted Sperling, conductor Tanglewood Festival Chorus, James Burton conductor Friday, June 5, 8pm Saturday, June 6, 8pm A two-time Emmy-winning production, Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton is a live concert spectacular featuring the legendary composer’s celebrated film scores brought to life on stage by the Boston Pops and the TFC. The concert is enriched by Hollywood filmmaker Tim Burton’s stunning visuals-including his original sketches, drawings, and film clips-rendered in exquisite detail on the big screen. This show is a beloved exploration of the collaboration between music and storytelling in film with music from the hit films Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Beetlejuice, Sleepy Hollow, Batman, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, Edward Scissorhands, and more!
  6. Fair enough. I'm not familiar with those recordings, so I'll try to check them out. I'm a bit of a nut for Beethoven symphonies, so I'll never turn down a recommendation! Thanks!
  7. This. Nobody swore because the show was on broadcast TV. I know we like to believe they're all enlightened, but come on. As for the scene where the Admrial swore at Picard, it was shocking and unexpected, and there was such anger and hatred in her face and voice. But I thought it really worked to underscore just how far our good Captain has fallen from Starfleet's graces.
  8. Are you referring to this cycle, by Andris Nelsons? I've just recently acquired it, and I think it sounds great.
  9. According to the liner notes, he did it due to his relationship with producer Michael Phillips, who was also a producer on Close Encounters.
  10. I saw a security hologram of him... killing younglings!
  11. Counting flowers on the wall, that don’t bother me at all
  12. It ain't me, babe, no, no, no, it ain't me, babe... it ain't me you're lookin' for, babe
  13. Any way you can, just take my hand, take my hand, big bossman.
  14. I get knocked down, but I get up again, they're never gonna keep me down
  15. I don't know why they call this stuff hamburger helper. It does just fine by itself, huh? I like it better than tuna helper myself, don't you, Clark?
  16. 1. Throne Room and Finale 2. The Jedi Steps and Finale 3. Rebel Fleet / End Title 4. Confrontation with Count Dooku and Finale 5. Victory Celebration / End Title 6. Finale (TLJ) 7. Augie's Great Municipal Band / End Credits 8. Finale (TROS) 9. A New Hope and End Credits
  17. It might not mean anything; it’s just that in past years, whichever score they did live-to-picture in Boston, they repeated it at Tanglewood. The Spring Pops concerts haven’t been announced yet, but I think it’s a safe bet TESB will be on the program at some point. That’s an awfully long, complicated score to prepare for just one performance.
  18. I really hope that means they'll do Empire at Symphony Hall in the Spring....
  19. A surprise, to be sure, but a welcome one! I never picked this one up in all the years it was available from Varese...I have parts 2 and 3, but for whatever reason never got around to picking up the original. No mercy!
  20. I'm not sure Hooten's album qualifies as having "no direct input from Williams." He conducted it! (Of course, that could be why it's winning that poll.)
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