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• Posted by docile
• Date: Wednesday, July 19, 2006, at 8:34 p.m.
• IP Address: tc1-39.lindstrom.cornernet.com
• In Response to: The real ultimate Power: Africa scores (Smalltown_Poets)


> I absolute love "Power of One." Not as much as Powell's
> "Endurance," but it's still wonderful. Then again, I've never
> met an Africa-themed score I didn't like.

How does "Endurance" compare to other Powell scores? This one has been on my list for about five years, but it is slowly disappearing so I need to act fast.

> Ghost and the Darkness, Lion King, Mighty Joe Young, Amistad... heavenly.

What about Tears of the Sun, Out of Africa (does this even count), A World Apart, Congo? I like all of those.

> NP: Kull the Conqueror (I think you'll like this one)

Yeah. Joel Goldsmith is one of those composers that I like everything I've heard from them, but for some odd reason I just don't get around to buying any of their CDs. Now I'll at least have one Joel Goldsmith CD. Yay!

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NP: Naked Gun *****



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