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• Posted by: joel carrero   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, April 6, 2006, at 2:09 p.m.
• IP Address: ool-44c45c40.dyn.optonline.net

i don know what that kid before was saying that u hate james horner. i have listened to him and i like him a lot. he is the best composer i have ever heard besides jerry goldsmith. u know what most composers repeat their previous material but james horner gets away with it. it can be annoying sometimes but u know what it works for me and i like his constant use of the shakuhachi and the bell tolls.the constant flutes and vocals also make this soundtrack make u feel that the past is coming back to you and it gives it kind of a haunting feeling. i think they sound very cool. i don care wat anyone says i think he is a very composer and u are wrong not to accept that. James Horner u are the man. keep going.






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