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 • Posted by: Anthony Aguilar
• Date: Saturday, July 22, 2006, at 7:14 a.m.
• IP Address: cdm-208-180-98-188.fayt.cox-internet.com


That track in JNH's score to "Lady in the Water" is at once the best track in the score but also the most disappointing. It has some amazing writing for brass, with a massive restatement of the evil theme, and a soaring rendition of the Blue World theme at the end. However, first of all, the track just quits out of nowhere (though the vocals are gorgeous), and when the Blue World theme soars at the end of the track, one can faintly hear a choir behind all of the instruments. I just find myself wondering why the choir at this moment was mixed so low and wonder how much better and more breathtaking the track would have been had the choir been mixed in regularly, because it is beautiful. Anybody else share my thoughts?

Ps. "Charades" is the best track on the album, in my opinion.






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