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Re: Williams is burned out!
• Posted by: Adaam
• Date: Wednesday, April 23, 2003, at 2:06 p.m.
• IP Address: 212.235.107.163
• In Response to: Re: Williams is burned out! (Amuro)

As pointed loudly enough, your comment was without a doubt to 'brutel' and as was said, uncalled for.
Yes, Zimmer is indeed a wonderful composer, I personally love his work in "The Prince of Egypt". But, Williams is, without a doubt, one of the greates composers of the film industry, in general. Versable and simply brilliant. At one point a jezzy thriller such as in "Catch Me If You Can" and at the other hear-breaking piano and violin cuts as heard in "Schindler's List".
Now, see how easy it is to praise one composer without attacking the other and his fans. Life would have been so much easier thus.
Eitherway, I respect your prefrence and your adoration towards Zimmer (whom as I said, is a great one indeed) and even I respect your dislike towards the brilliant composer, John Williams, but if you do not mind, try to be less agressive next time.

-Adaam

P.S. Note, mentioning the a group is "stupid" for adoring an artist, does not show of great intellect or intellegence.




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