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Re: Jaw harps and Legends of the Fall
• Posted by: Scorehound   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, December 11, 2003, at 6:38 p.m.
• IP Address: d142-59-36-183.abhsia.telus.net
• In Response to: Jaw harps and Legends of the Fall (sleepyhollowman)

I got through the entire CD, and although "The Long Ride Home" is very good, I like the Legends of the Fall track (Track 13) a bit better. This track has A LOT of material in it, but I will listen to it at lengths to hear every piece of the score. One track I absolutely love is "Rescue and Breakout". What an amazing piece of action music... overall the whole album is nowhere near a copy of Horner's previous work, and although he uses some of the same instruments, I feel this album is truly unique and I did not hear Legends of the Fall or Thunderheart in there at all. Maybe I didn't listen to it close enough, but this album is definately a great sigh of relief for me...I've been getting sick of Horner's recent BORING efforts...

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