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

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Which score is better?
• Posted by: Mark C   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, August 17, 2009, at 3:25 p.m.
• IP Address: 24-180-136-114.dhcp.aldl-nbb.mi.charter.com

I'll have to check out both scores. I'm a huge fan of Elmer Bernstein, having loved his scores to THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN and TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. However, i also like Ry Cooder. I have no interest in his regular music, but I like his film scores, or at least the 2 I've heard so far (and own): PRIMARY COLORS and GERONIMO: AN AMERICAN LEGEND. PRIMARY COLORS is an adequate with a beautiful theme, but GERONIMO is a masterpiece. Has anyone heard GERONIMO, and if so, can anyone tell me if I would like Cooder's score to LAST MAN STANDING?

Thanks,
Mark






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