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Catching up on the lennox affair
• Posted by: nacho/spain   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, March 7, 2004, at 11:58 p.m.
• IP Address: 130.206.39.228

Catching up on the lennox affair, shall I recommend to those of you who can't stand the released arrangement of Into the west to take a sit in a quiet place, download the lyrics and be positive about finding the existing links between the song and the movie's dough? They are simple, subtle, but they do exist. I truly believe that it cannot be regarded as lennox's fault anymore. No doubt, it's been the producer who failed at arranging the song up to the liking of the audience. As I said somewhere downward this list, I have arranged myself a new version of Into the west, with many a-must-to-my-liking effects that make of my custom version the one I wished I had listened to since scratch.

Suggest that you all try to mail Shore if you know how to suggest that Into the west "final cut" be re-arranged to gain the epic & evanescent atmosphere of the remainder of the score music. The song, honest, is a good one. Give it a try.

Although lennox performance at the oscar show was, say, ... mediocre, I agree.

Regards,
nacho




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