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Comments about the soundtrack for Shadow of the Vampire (Dan Jones)
Pure Magic

Matteo Sala
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Danny French
Pure Magic   Monday, January 24, 2005 (10:40 a.m.) 

It's incredible how a sense of realistic mystery and obscure atmospheres comes out from this soundtrack. Don Davis has put together fear and passion narrating it like a beautiful novel of the early 1900, incredible! 5 star for me

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Danny French
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Matteo Sala
Re: Pure Magic   Wednesday, March 22, 2006 (4:29 p.m.) 

With all due respect, what the devil does Don Davis have to do with this album? Aside from the fact that both gentlemen have names that begin with D, it really is hard to mix up two completely different people in this way.

To clarify, for the benefit of anybody reading this review and sharing the original poster's astonishing lack of braincells, Don Davis and Daniel T. Jones are two completely different individuals. Don Davis is American - he scored The Matrix and sequels, Jurassic Park III, Bound, etc, and had nothing to do with this motion picture. Dan Jones is British, and best known for this score, and for his work on the BBC TV series "Strange".

> It's incredible how a sense of realistic mystery and obscure atmospheres
> comes out from this soundtrack. Don Davis has put together fear and
> passion narrating it like a beautiful novel of the early 1900, incredible!
> 5 star for me


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