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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by Mike Lenning, Sep 12, 2019.
Blade Runner 2049, or the original Blade Runner...
I see. In that respect, Tarantino has moved on to doing scores instead of soundtracks. The Hateful Eight is almost entirely scored by Ennio Morricone, who scored a lot of spaghetti westerns, some of which where used in Django Unchained. His music in The Hateful Eight is all written for that film.
Keeping it guitar centric:
Ry Cooder - Paris, Texas
Anything by Ry Cooder.
"2001 A Space Odyssey" made a big impression on me when if first came out.
I used to be into soundtracks. Yellow Submarine? Blade Runner? Forbidden Planet?
To shift gears a bit: Koyaanisqatsi
Hard to beat 2001. Even Kubrick admitted that by using the classics.
Godfather films. Great stuff.
Pee-Wee's Big Adventure.
But you guys make some great points! Gabriel-Last Temptation, Vangelis-Blade Runner and Young-Dead Man
Also, Philip Glass-Candyman is FREAKING scary.
I’m not familiar with “Candyman.”
Snow Falling on Cedars, all the stuff by Kenji Kawai, and I loved the mood/fake folk music from The Village.
Wow, A-Bone over 98,000 posts! I've been away for a while, but is anyone else even kinda close, that you know of?!
Haha! No one else is particularly to my post count at this point.
Three immediately come to mind to me:
Suspiria (Goblin) already mentioned
Midnight Cowboy (John Barry)
West Side Story (Leonard Bernstein)
Extra credit, any Dirty Harry score by Lalo Schrifrin
The Firm. Dave Grusin. I’m not sure if he did the score but I have the soundtrack album and it’s a thing of beauty.
Conan the Barbarian - my all-time favorite.
Bram Stoker's Dracula is a really cool score as well, especially the main theme.
Oooh, I forgot about that one. I think I have a copy of it on cassette somewhere, it's been a long time since I've listened to it but I remember really loving it back then. I should check it out again.
That is one of my most-cherished records.
Superman ...The Original.
Batman..... The original...,& The new ones. ... Maybe all of them .... I can’t say for sure my memories fail me here.
Harry Potter ....Definitely All of them.
The Red Violin.
Billy Bob Thornton directing, Marty Stuart music. Pretty good combination.
John Barry Bond films. For some reason You Only Live Twice has always been a favorite of mine.