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Oddly, I prefer the '92 release

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Oddly, I prefer the '92 release   Sunday, December 30, 2007 (9:57 a.m.) 
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The reviewer was right when he said, "Jaws is not something you can sit and listen to for any great length of time," and I would agree. However, I disagree on two points. First, I think that the 1992 release is a great listening experience, and second, I think its short, half-hour length works to its advantage by finishing before the listener gets sick or bored of the score. I've listened to the Decca release, and quite frankly, I prefer listening to the '92 release.



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Re: Oddly, I prefer the '92 release   Saturday, November 5, 2011 (11:23 p.m.) 
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> The reviewer was right when he said, "Jaws is not something you can
> sit and listen to for any great length of time," and I would agree.
> However, I disagree on two points. First, I think that the 1992 release is
> a great listening experience, and second, I think its short, half-hour
> length works to its advantage by finishing before the listener gets sick
> or bored of the score. I've listened to the Decca release, and quite
> frankly, I prefer listening to the '92 release.

I prefer the arrangments of the 92 release, but the sound and performance of the Decca.


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