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Comments about the soundtrack for The Musketeer (David Arnold)

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"Oooooh! Now he's mad!"
• Posted by: Jockolantern   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, September 3, 2001, at 9:03 a.m.
• IP Address: gnr-cap-8.wyoming.com
• In Response to: Re: No, quit your blabbering and answer my que... (Brendan Anderson)

> Sure...I'm really concerned about you and you alone Jocko...oh, by the
> way, are you going to allow the sun to rise and set on your fat head
> tomorrow? I thought I'd check with you first before I made any outdoor
> plans...

Ah, yes. Isn't everyone concerned about me in one way or another?? I know, my endless knowledge is just too boundless for you guys. lol j/k But, my head isn't all that fat, so I don't see any validity in your above statement. . .

> Admit what? All I'm asking is why Christian's review overlooked some very
> fine points of the score which make it a more enjoyable listening
> experience...not addressing the sub-themes and small motivic developments
> of the action cues makes this review lacking in providing an accurate
> discription and analysis of the score as a whole. I could care less what
> anyone thinks of the score, but at LEAST let people know what's in it
> instead of comparing it to Independence Day for 3 paragraphs...

And all I'm saying is that I was just joking around in that previous post. I thought it practically seeped over with sarcasm! ^_^ And, about the action cues bit. . . I see plenty of small motivic developments in the Total Recall and many Elliot Goldenthal action cue moments. So, why don't you?? Just a thought. . .

Sayonara!
Jockolantern




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