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Comments about the soundtrack for Mission: Impossible (Danny Elfman)
Why not Shifrin himself?

Acaimo (Spain)
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Zephos
Why not Shifrin himself?   Tuesday, March 21, 2006 (7:04 a.m.) 

Lalo Shifrin is still active, and he has given strong action music to Bret Rattner films ("Rush Hour"). So I think Cruise&Wagner should give the man a chance to score a M:I film; he is the father of the sound we all miss in that series, so he probably could be a good choice. What do you think?

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Acaimo (Spain)
The same reason not Barry...   Tuesday, March 21, 2006 (11:06 p.m.) 

> Lalo Shifrin is still active, and he has given strong action music to Bret
> Rattner films ("Rush Hour"). So I think Cruise&Wagner should
> give the man a chance to score a M:I film; he is the father of the sound
> we all miss in that series, so he probably could be a good choice. What do
> you think?

Because he's most likely moved on from the TV series, and probably the spy/jazz genre. Not unlike another composer, John Barry. It's doubtful he'll ever return for a Bond film, and he was attatched to The Incredibles before he decided not to do it. The reason? He couldn't emulate his own style. He'd developed so much he couldn't go backwards. So, Giacchino did it instead.

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