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Most wanted unreleased cues?
Brundlefly posted a topic in JOHN WILLIAMSI'm not asking for most wanted complete scores, but for a special, single, yet unreleased cue you really want on CD. My Top 5: 1 Molaram's Speech/The Evil Potion (The Temple of Doom) 2 Professor Trewlaney's Prediction (The Prisoner of Azkaban) 3 The Holy Grail (The Last Crusade) 4 [Cue in Amistad when Yamba explains the bible] 5 Wallcrawler I/Dracula & Mina (Dracula) Since the John Williams Jurassic Park Collection my Top 5 are all new.
John Williams Action Music
ComposerEthan posted a topic in JOHN WILLIAMSAnyone else here a fan of his action/chase music? I love the musical complexity. So I'm trying to expand my John Williams library, so does anyone have any awesome selections of Williams Action cues?
Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Complete Soundtrack
Foozdood77 posted a topic in JOHN WILLIAMSI have recently endeavored on a project to listen through all of the Star Wars soundtracks and pull out the popular leitmotifs present within the films, ones like "Across the Stars", "The Main Title", or "The Force Theme". In order to do this I need to be able to listen to the complete scores for all 6 of the movies, ones that are movie accurate. The extended editions for all of the originals and the Ultimate Edition TPM soundtrack work just fine, but the Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith, and Force Awakens scores are highly edited and extremely lacking. This is particularly prominent in the Attack of the Clones soundtrack, where I find listings of all the musical cues but never the songs themselves. I looked around and saw that people have created their own soundtracks that play just as it is in the movie but I haven't been able to get my hands on them, so I would be very appreciative if someone with more experience than I could supply me with the complete scores for these movies: Attack of the Clones Revenge of the Sith The Force Awakens But with particular emphasis on Attack of the Clones. Thanks!