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Comments about the soundtrack for Taken (Laura Karpman)

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Re: Please explain yourself further + there are not only emotional music on CD
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• Posted by: Sheridan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, August 25, 2006, at 5:27 a.m.
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• In Response to: The Giachinno Of JW's Emotional... (Miz)

> Karpman to doing William'classic emotional pieces what Giachinno did to
> his action? This sounds interesting, even if a bit of a shame that she
> only had a 40 strong orchestra. I'd look into this if I weren't put off by
> the 45 min run time. That's poor for a film album, let alone a 20 hour
> series.

I both like a lot albums from John Williams and Taken,yet I can' t notice any similarites between Taken and other JW albums.This music is full of interesting orchestral solutions,beautiful piano and string work,outstanding brass,percussion and woodwinds section.I see that you don' t listen to all of it so far,since you think there are only emotional and relaxing cues.There are also action and suspenseful cues such as Spaceship,Romans and Tom' s Revenge,and cues with complex orchestrations,which means that these tracks both contain action and relaxing or emotional musical elements:check out cues such as To The Rescue and Allie' s Fire.Furthermore,I would like to know what exactly is stolen by Karpman from Williams.Please,share your thoughts with me.

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