Ollie 861 Posted August 3, 2009 Share Posted August 3, 2009 Thanks for posting that. I can say that I'm glad he didn't use the Ondes Martinot, Elmer Bernstein's over use of it has is enough. Going back to the newly released version, as the article mentions, Khan's music does indeed have a certain dissonant odd sound to it in the background. It's something that's not noticeable in the film or on the original album. It's most prominent in the newly released music. There is so much to discover within this new release, it seems like I'm always hearing something new when I listen to it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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