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Hans Zimmer infect John Williams.

Levente Benedek
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MeloManiac
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Hans Zimmer infect John Williams.   Friday, July 27, 2001 (9:11 a.m.) 

When I first heard the CD I wasn't sure that it is a Zimmer or a Williams score. Because this is the first score whit Zimmer influence. I'm not saying it is bad because I like Zimmer but I'm not a Williams fan. Except The Star Wars trilogy and The Patriot, and from now The A.I. .
So I'm asking you, is it good that Zimmer influence everyone?

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angry bill
Re: Hans Zimmer infect John Williams.   Monday, August 6, 2001 (7:14 a.m.) 

> When I first heard the CD I wasn't sure that it is a Zimmer or a Williams
> score. Because this is the first score whit Zimmer influence. I'm not
> saying it is bad because I like Zimmer but I'm not a Williams fan. Except
> The Star Wars trilogy and The Patriot, and from now The A.I. .
So I'm
> asking you, is it good that Zimmer influence everyone?

Well it would be terrible if this was so yes, because I think Zimmers music is often too simplistic and his "heroic" themes are all the same and pretty corny. But I dont think A.I. has a single inspiration from Zimmer. There would be no need for Williams to snob down...



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Re: Hans Zimmer infect John Williams.   Tuesday, September 11, 2001 (12:05 p.m.) 

You Melomaniac,

having read through your "long" but simplistic commentary, I have to tell you just three words:

YOU ARE DRUNK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Morn
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Levente Benedek
Re: Hans Zimmer infect John Williams.   Wednesday, August 8, 2001 (6:30 a.m.) 

> When I first heard the CD I wasn't sure that it is a Zimmer or a Williams
> score. Because this is the first score whit Zimmer influence. I'm not
> saying it is bad because I like Zimmer but I'm not a Williams fan. Except
> The Star Wars trilogy and The Patriot, and from now The A.I. .
So I'm
> asking you, is it good that Zimmer influence everyone?

How is it Zimmer influenced?

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Mike
Re: Hans Zimmer infect John Williams.   Thursday, August 9, 2001 (9:16 a.m.) 

So I'm

> How is it Zimmer influenced?

Just listen track 7. It is not a simple Williams music. Is it?

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Levente Benedek
Re: Hans Zimmer infect John Williams.   Friday, October 23, 2009 (12:05 a.m.) 

> So I'm

> Just listen track 7. It is not a simple Williams music. Is it?

dumbass watch the DVD, Williams explains that part, it has NOTHING to do with Zimmer. you can't be that thick headed


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Levente Benedek
Re: Hans Zimmer infect John Williams.   Tuesday, October 16, 2001 (7:46 a.m.) 

> When I first heard the CD I wasn't sure that it is a Zimmer or a Williams
> score. Because this is the first score whit Zimmer influence. I'm not
> saying it is bad because I like Zimmer but I'm not a Williams fan. Except
> The Star Wars trilogy and The Patriot, and from now The A.I. .
So I'm
> asking you, is it good that Zimmer influence everyone?

Yes, I think so. It would be great to listen to a collabration between Hans Zimmer and John Williams sometime. Zimmer's genious synthesized work melted with Williams' wonderful classical work.


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Levente Benedek
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Re: Hans Zimmer infect John Williams.   Tuesday, October 16, 2001 (10:19 a.m.) 

So I'm

> Yes, I think so. It would be great to listen to a collabration between
> Hans Zimmer and John Williams sometime. Zimmer's genious synthesized work
> melted with Williams' wonderful classical work.

You are telling me something. Not a bad idea.

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Absolutely wrong- John Williams infect Hans Zimmer   Wednesday, May 14, 2008 (3:06 a.m.) 

> When I first heard the CD I wasn't sure that it is a Zimmer or a Williams
> score. Because this is the first score whit Zimmer influence. I'm not
> saying it is bad because I like Zimmer but I'm not a Williams fan. Except
> The Star Wars trilogy and The Patriot, and from now The A.I. .
> So I'm asking you, is it good that Zimmer influence everyone?

It may be more than 7 years to reply to this meaningless comment. Anyhow, i believe it is not too late for me to reply, i think its time for me to give reply to those people who do not respect John Williams. Here is the gentleman says Hans Zimmer infect John Williams, i don't think so you are right because you should know proper history of film music. The day when John Williams entered the film music world, Hans Zimmer was probably going to school and learning music. Zimmer itself personally admitted in an interview that he had dream of composing music like John Williams.
In another post, you said the track no.7 "Moon Rising" wasn't Williams' style. It is totally absurd. Have you ever listened to score for the movie "HEARTBEEPS"? It was released in the year 1981. If you just listen to the soundtrack "Heartbeeps" you will definitely notice present Zimmer's style in that. So, now is there possibility for you to make that kind of statement 'Hans Zimmer infect John Williams"?. Now tell me, Who infects who?. Please do remember, Hans Zimmer entered the film industry in the year 1982. Hans' first project was "Moonlighting"(1982).

I don't know who you are but still i consider you as an unknown "friend". My friendly advice is don't make any comment until you know the detail completely. One important thing i would like to tell you, in your life DON'T EVER MAKE COMPARISONS BETWEEN TWO PERSONS BECAUSE EACH INDIVIDUAL HAS UNIQUE IN STYLE, TALENT AND SKILLS.

My intention is not to hurt you but to make you understand.

Enjoy all the music in the world

Bye Buddy!


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