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Re: Joel McNeely
• Posted by: Mark
• Date: Thursday, April 25, 2002, at 3:35 p.m.
• IP Address: cache-1.sfrn.ca.webcache.rcn.net
• In Response to: Joel McNeely (bondo321)

> Listen to Joel McNeely's SHADOWS OF THE EMPIRE and you'll change your mind
>
;)

I don't think that David Arnold, nor Joel McNeely are up to the task of such a massive Star Wars endeavor. Shadows of the Empire was a meteocre, yet fun, score, for those of us that craved more Star Wars music back in the mid-90's. If John Williams died today, I don't think any composer would be up to the task of scoring Star Wars in his absense. That is to say, not yet. So, we're all screwed if he dies (he had better not...).




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