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Comments about the soundtrack for Windtalkers (James Horner)

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Horner versus Williams
• Posted by: LCM   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, June 8, 2002, at 1:22 p.m.
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• In Response to: Good point (Dan Sartori)

If you compare John's earlier stuff before "Towering Inferno" and the ratings on his scores to James's earlier stuff from when he first started you can tell that James Horner got into his prime in score composing a lot faster then John did. But the only reason John has more 5 star ratings is because he has been in the business longer. When John was the age were Honer is at now he wasn't nearly as popular as James is. If you compare "Legends of the Fall" to "The Reivers" you will be able to see that James is the better composer. Almost No one knows about John's earlier stuff but Im sure James Honer scores will be remembered in history. When James Horner becomes the age that John is at right now Im sure that his scores will surpass anything John could ever do. That's why you can't relate John to James because of the time gap. If you wait another 25 years then James will be at the stage where John is at now. Plus James Horner music has 10 times more depth then John. JAMES HORNER ALL THE WAY!!!!




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