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Comments about the soundtrack for Field of Dreams (James Horner)
Right on the money, Christian.

Jockolantern
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carlton
Right on the money, Christian.   Monday, October 10, 2005 (3:51 p.m.) 

For once, I'm happy to agree with you on a score consensus. If you really want a James Horner score that does live up to all the hype surrounding it and is also pretty rare, go with Sneaker everyone. Same director as Field of Dreams, but somehow Horner just couldn't score this film right and managed to get Sneakers beautifully.

It's good to finally hear someone speak the truth about this score, certainly Horner's most overrated.

Sayonara!
Jockolantern

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Re: But the money is short for Sneakers too...   Tuesday, October 11, 2005 (3:08 p.m.) 

It's like eveything by Horner is coming up a star short...

> For once, I'm happy to agree with you on a score consensus. If you
> really want a James Horner score that does live up to all the hype
> surrounding it and is also pretty rare, go with Sneaker everyone.
> Same director as Field of Dreams, but somehow Horner just couldn't score
> this film right and managed to get Sneakers beautifully.

> It's good to finally hear someone speak the truth about this score,
> certainly Horner's most overrated.

> Sayonara!
:) Jockolantern


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