Fascinating movie scores...

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  1. jbird

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    Blade Runner 2049, or the original Blade Runner...
     
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    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.
     
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    Keeping it guitar centric:

    Ry Cooder - Paris, Texas

     
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    Anything by Ry Cooder. :)

    "2001 A Space Odyssey" made a big impression on me when if first came out.
     
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    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.
     
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    Godfather films. Great stuff.
     
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    Pee-Wee's Big Adventure.
    G.O.A.T.


    But you guys make some great points! Gabriel-Last Temptation, Vangelis-Blade Runner and Young-Dead Man
    Also, Philip Glass-Candyman is FREAKING scary.
     
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    I’m not familiar with “Candyman.”
     
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    Snow Falling on Cedars, all the stuff by Kenji Kawai, and I loved the mood/fake folk music from The Village.

    Rio
     
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    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?!
     
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    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
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    That is one of my most-cherished records.
     
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    E.T.

    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.
     
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    Billy Bob Thornton directing, Marty Stuart music. Pretty good combination.
     
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    John Barry Bond films. For some reason You Only Live Twice has always been a favorite of mine.
     

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