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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (James Horner)
80's pop

Rob
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ginoc09
80's pop   Wednesday, July 9, 2003 (11:16 a.m.) 

While I do not know if that cue at the end is Horner's doing. I do know that it is on the original Capitol Records release though it is not on the track list. Along those same lines the soundtrack to 2010 features a cue with the same feel written by Andy Summers. I only mention this because the two movies are from the same year, 1984. That still does not tell us who did the Star Trek cue but I think it eliminates Neil Norman. For now at least.

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Rob
Re: It was Horner himself   Thursday, July 10, 2003 (2:46 p.m.) 

> While I do not know if that cue at the end is Horner's doing. I do know
> that it is on the original Capitol Records release though it is not on the
> track list. Along those same lines the soundtrack to 2010 features a cue
> with the same feel written by Andy Summers. I only mention this because
> the two movies are from the same year, 1984. That still does not tell us
> who did the Star Trek cue but I think it eliminates Neil Norman. For now
> at least.

It was James Horner noodling around on his synthesizer. The original Capitol Record Album included a 12 inch record with "The Search For Spock" performed by "James Horner and Group 87". At the time, I thought it was cool that I bought a Star Trek album with TWO records in it. It's funny that I'm the only one that knows this. I guess Horner wouldn't admit to it at this point.


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