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Comments about the soundtrack for Last Man Standing (Elmer Bernstein/Ry Cooder)

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I'm glad to be "untraditional"
• Posted by: stranger
• Date: Friday, May 2, 2008, at 5:27 a.m.
• IP Address: 225.pool85-61-85.dynamic.orange.es
• Now Playing: Twin Peaks -season 2- (more weirdness on my part)

I've always considered Cooder's score one of the three best soundtracks I've ever heard in my life, an amazing work from start to finish, musically diverse and more complex thematically than what it appears at a first listen.

I suppose that listening to John Williams or James Horner must make "Last Man Standing" look like a "festival of weirdness". I don't know if this is snobbery, but I'm very pleased to be one of the "happy few" who can enjoy scores like this anytime...

Stick to the conventional, keep your feet on safe ground, this score is obviously not for you.

God, I hope not to be deleted...






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