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Comments about the soundtrack for The Mighty (Trevor Jones)
This soundtrack is relaxing and well-composed,and almost perfect

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This soundtrack is relaxing and well-composed,and almost perfect   Saturday, June 17, 2006 (1:51 a.m.) 

Unfortunately,there are some letdowns : two songs : one is the Parting Request and the other is the Let The Good Times Roll.But,all in all,the rest of the album is quite good and suitable for relaxing.My favourite tracks are Free To Fly and Future Times.Free To Fly starts with a relaxing section full of atmospheric sounds and the unity of soft symphonic and Celtic music,but then country-style music dominates with electric sounds at the middle section,then by the end it became a rousing fanfare with many brasses and drums(drums are hard to notice) with the usual background country music that can be heard in almost all of the tracks during the entire album.There are some tracks resemble some tracks from the soundtrack Merlin,such as the Danger By The Lake.This track contains some haunting piece of music.My Noble Knight is a hihly string-dominated cue with the wonderful voice of the boy soprano Chris Baron.The song sung by Sting contains Celtic,symphonic/classical and country music elements,and highly enjoyable - the fact that it contains three musical styles earned it a Golden Globe Nomination.
This soundtrack is really succesful in making you happy if you' re sad,and worth to buy just to hear the unity of three musical styles.

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