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Yavar Moradi

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  1. I really like The Last Castle. For me it plays like a sequel to Rambo III, and that’s not a bad thing. Yavar
  2. My wife got it for me for my birthday. It was lovely but kinda went in one ear and out the other the one time I listened. But I definitely recommend it to her fans. Yavar
  3. It’s an opera, and it’s one of her greatest works. My favorite Portman film score is easily Never Let Me Go, which has quite a bit more depth compared with her other (usually perfectly charming) work for film. Yavar
  4. Yes, just like Screen Archives (though SAE label releases have slowed to a trickle these past few years) and Music Box in France. Yavar
  5. I’ve seen you obsessively correct other people all the time on things at least this minor. No offense meant but really it looks like you just can’t take a dose of your own medicine and admit either your wording was wrong or you accidentally omitted some stuff Mike produced from your (impressive) list. Yavar
  6. It’s not your list itself (or approach to it — making a list of how many Williams scores Mike has worked on is perfectly sensible) which I take issue with, but your clearly-not-factual statement about how many Williams releases Mike M has worked on in the past 15 years, overlooking some which he no doubt put a great deal of work into even if they were supplanted later. It’s just an objectively incorrect claim, and I was trying to be helpful and correct the record. Yavar
  7. But you wrote, “I think this is his 37th Williams score expansion/premiere in the past 15 years!” If you are counting Williams score releases of Mike’s in the past 15 years., you should include the Blue Box, even if it got improved upon later. Yavar
  8. Does the Blue Box not count for some reason? Even if the original Superman was later perfected even further, it was a huge project for Mike in 2008. And Superman IV, considering it featured three original Williams themes (and I think he even conducted the “concert versions”), should count too shouldn’t it? You’re counting Chamber of Secrets... Yavar
  9. Both awesome scores. If you really dislike Small Soldiers that much I’m sure someone will take it off your hands... Yavar
  10. Nevada Smith full stereo album recording (but with a reduced orchestra, and alas not yet released legally on CD, existing CDs are unlicensed and mastered from LP copies): LLL premiered the complete original film recording (bigger and better original orchestrations/performance, albeit in mono) in their awesome Paramount Westerns box set this past Black Friday, and they have a few dozen copies still available (check out the sound samples; there are a lot of other good scores in the set including a favorite David Raksin score of mine, Will Penny): https://lalalandrecord
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