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Comments about the soundtrack for Timeline (Brian Tyler)

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Re: Goldsmith's work was weak.
• Posted by: MB
• Date: Monday, October 4, 2004, at 4:17 a.m.
• IP Address: 82-37-209-233.cable.ubr06.dudl.blueyonder.co.uk
• In Response to: Goldsmith's work was weak. (Nate)

> Listening to Jerry's final score I can sum it as a good score but not a
> great score. It sounds like a regurgitation of Air Force One with the
> Legend synths thrown in. Brian Tyler's score was far better because of
> powerhouse orchaestration that sounded medival. Jerry's music doesn't have
> this and thus seems less serious work. I love and respect the work of
> Jerry Goldsmith but his Timeline score is a bit overrated while Tyler is
> unfairly being ridiculed. While they are entitled to their opinions, it is
> time for Goldsmith fans to drop the childish tantrums and move on with
> life.

They aren't childish tantrums and in my un-proffesional review at the start of this year, which can be found on the comments page. I found that Tyler had used music he had composed for all of his other scores. This is my opinion of course but as a fan of both composers, Goldsmith's score really is the superior of the two but Goldsmith is also guilty of re-using his own well walked on teritory, he just happened to re-use it more successfully to at least make it sound brand new again. That doesn't mean I'm dissing Tyler, I'm not. It just means I connected to Goldsmith's score in particular.




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