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Comments about the soundtrack for The Empire Strikes Back (John Williams)
Just a thought...

Jon Williams
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Harry
Just a thought...   Monday, March 14, 2005 (3:41 p.m.) 

No offence to any of the reviewers here (I am quite fond of this site and it's reviews) and I mean so disrespect to the score (as it is one of my favs!) but...is there really much point in reviewing a score over and over again?
Perhaps if each reviewer shared different thoughts on it...but it seems that the Star Wars scores always get the 5 stars they deserve...so again is there any point in reviewing it over and over? hehe :P

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Jon Williams
Re: Just a thought...   Tuesday, March 15, 2005 (2:56 p.m.) 

> No offence to any of the reviewers here (I am quite fond of this site and
> it's reviews) and I mean so disrespect to the score (as it is one of my
> favs!) but...is there really much point in reviewing a score over and over
> again?
Perhaps if each reviewer shared different thoughts on it...but
> it seems that the Star Wars scores always get the 5 stars they
> deserve...so again is there any point in reviewing it over and over? hehe
> :P

Actually, the updated reviews help in sorting out the different recordings made to date. From the update you learn that the 1997 SE is the preferred recording of the score. The 2004 recording is identical, but does not include the extensive liner notes.

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