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Comments about the soundtrack for Flightplan (James Horner)

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Re: I love scores like these...
• Posted by: Matt
• Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2005, at 8:48 a.m.
• IP Address: 24-196-247-116.dhcp.spbg.sc.charter.com
• In Response to: I love scores like these... (Nick)

> Usually scores such as this, "Ransom", "The
> Forgotten", "The Pelican Brief" and other low-key,
> dissonant, 'cold' scores aren't very highly regarded...perhaps it's the
> lack if distinct thematic material, or the lack of big excitement, I don't
> know.

> I find these scores to be very enjoyable and they receive the most
> attention during the evening hours, and for whatever reason, the cold,
> uneasy atmosphere they create seems best suited to this time of year-
> mid-November, where the days are shorter, the weather colder, and
> everything has this shade of gray. It may sound strange, but it's one way
> of listening to music I find interesting and enjoyable.

you're awesome! I totally agree...i always listen to these kinda scores with no or lighting...hehe...just listen




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