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  1. Okay, yes, before you call me an idiot for making a petition, be aware that I already know that. Anyway, I remember what Shawn Murphy said about complete scores for the prequels, that if there's enough outcry for them, maybe Lucasfilm would consider it. Well, I though, perhaps a petition could help boost that outcry. I see petitions for crap all the time on Facebook, and they seem to be doing well. So, I though, why not? Maybe it could gain some degree of popularity with JW fans, and maybe it would show Lucasfilm that people do in fact want more music. So if you have the time, please consider
  2. Anyone hear this version before? Start the video at 2:58 ​
  3. I know that one of the video game rips contains this cue without choir, but I can't remember what game. I just got GAL Rage of the Wookiees today thinking that was it, but it's not in there (that I can find anyway). Anyone know what rip it was in?
  4. Not sure if this has been posted previously, but, it convinces me that I'm moving to Europe. BKL: Packing as we speak.
  5. Let's get to it, shall we? Does this top John Carter (my favorite Giacchino score)? Not by a long shot. That score remains in another league of sci-fi scores, rubbing elbows with some of the greats. Does this top Star Trek (2009)? Yes, because it takes the best of that ultimately good but not knock your socks off score and evolves them into something more mature and musically a little more interesting. On top of that the quality increase over 2009 is aided by a much more full bodied mix courtesy of Joel Iwataki. For the first time in a long time, Michael's army of percussion instruments actual
  6. Here is a list of people of power that might not only help the nomination process along, but also might be able to put the money up for the star's installation: Hollywood Bowl Hollywood Bowl inducted John Williams into their Hall of Fame in 2000. He performs there every year. http://www.hollywoodbowl.com/about/contact-us/contact-send.cfm?name=Press%20Department&email=acrane 213.972.3034 Steven Speilberg Composed the scores to almost all of Mr. Speilberg’s films including the Indiana Jones trilogy, Jaws, and E.T. the Extraterrestrial. PUBLICIST: Marvin Levy DreamWorks SKG 100 Universal City
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