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Re: Potential score disappointments for the rest of 2022
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• Posted by: Mr. Big
• Date: Tuesday, June 28, 2022, at 7:40 a.m.
• IP Address: 38.53.215.85
• In Response to: Re: Potential score disappointments for the re... (Riley KZ)

> I dig my underrated Williams scores too (Born on the Fourth, JFK, Amistad,
> and Presumed Innocent are possibly top 10-ers) but….The Post? Really?
> Don’t think I’ve heard anyone express any kind of passion over that one.

> You’ve now convinced me to go giver another listen. Maybe I missed
> something.

There's a lot of boring stuff in The Post but it makes great seasonal listening during during late December/early January.

The Presses Roll is my favorite Williams cue that year (JW's take on the "modern arpeggio-driven music" is surprisingly interesting and energetic).

There's also the simple, moving theme in Mother and Daughter and the fantastic final cue/end credits suite.

It also acted as a sort of rebound score after the initial disappointment of TLJ (which was largely made up of pre-existing music)




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