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Comments about the soundtrack for Memoirs of a Geisha (John Williams)
Seven Years in Tibet is better.

John Groshko
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Roman
Seven Years in Tibet is better.   Thursday, November 24, 2005 (9:40 a.m.) 

Memories is a very lack-luster williams score. If you truly want to hear the best Williams underscore; than go buy Seven Years in Tibet. It's FAR better.


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You never fail to impress me, John!   Friday, December 2, 2005 (6:05 a.m.) 

> Memories is a very lack-luster williams score. If you truly want to hear
> the best Williams underscore; than go buy Seven Years in Tibet. It's FAR
> better.

Who's hiring you to post against Williams while stressing you're one of his devoted fans? Time to light up, man! Give the score a due time. If you think it's okay to cast a judgment over a score within a rash time of a few weeks, that I beg to wonder what kind of fast-food you take the film scores for! :-)


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Re: You never fail to impress me, John!   Tuesday, December 6, 2005 (11:15 p.m.) 

> Who's hiring you to post against Williams while stressing you're one of
> his devoted fans? Time to light up, man! Give the score a due time. If you
> think it's okay to cast a judgment over a score within a rash time of a
> few weeks, that I beg to wonder what kind of fast-food you take the film
> scores for! :-)

What are you talking about? I've heard the score, and it SUCKS! A huge disappointment from Williams. 3 stars at the very best.

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Re: You never fail to impress me, John!   Saturday, December 31, 2005 (11:56 a.m.) 

> What are you talking about? I've heard the score, and it SUCKS! A huge
> disappointment from Williams. 3 stars at the very best.
That's your opinion and you have a right to it. 'Suck' does say mmuch about the score. I thought it was a brilliant composition and heartfelt playing by the soloists. That's just my opinion.

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Re: You never fail to impress me, John!   Saturday, December 31, 2005 (2:20 p.m.) 

That's your opinion and you have a right to it. 'Suck' does say mmuch about
the score...

Not at all. Those who have no idea about anything use that word. It makes the whole opinion less effective.

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Re: You never fail to impress me, John!   Monday, February 13, 2006 (2:05 p.m.) 

This is one of Williamīs greatest scores. It has itīs magnificient main theme as always, the only two scores that didnīt satisfied me were war of the worlds and munich.

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