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Rupert Gregson-Williams stated on his twitter page that it will be released the 14thSupposedly there is some Joseph Bishara music for the “Trench Sequence”. For anyone who has seen the film was this something original or was it music tracked in from other Bishara scores?Any news on the release date? I've seen both the 14th and 21st. No word from Watertower makes me think the 21st might be the actual date.OK. Aquaman is a great film with some flaws. Momoa, Heard, Wilson, Kidman & Lundgren are very good. IMO the movie has a rocky start, but from a certain scene the movie takes flight and never comes down.<br><br>Gregson-Williams' score is awesome I think. It sounds like a mix between BvS, WW & BR2049 with some gituar, drums & piano here and there. Very curious what kind of release it will get.<br><br>For me Wonder Woman is still the best DCEU movie but Aquaman isn't far behind!!! Solid 8.8Yeah I figured 1m1 would be Main Title.....
The "problem" with The Hobbit scores came just on the first movie and just because it changed from being 2 movies to be a whole trilogy. So... the "punch" points had to be changed on AUJ, meaning that very subtle moments had to be now enhanced every way possible specially by the score so you have much more dramatic emphasis than you had it before, because now you're gonna end the movie MUCH MORE sooner that originally planned. <br><br>Nothing to do with Jackson not liking what Shore did. Shore even had the same themes that were ultimately used in the final film, they just were more subtle... even the wrongly music known as "wraights theme" when Throin charges against Azog (which is actually related to all agents of Sauron) was used there by Shore before the changes, just again, the connection was more subtle when that was not going to be the climax of the film.Booklet info: https ://imgur.com/a /D2vY6FmThis is my most anticipated score of 2019. The two previous ones were great and I hope this one is even better.<br><br>Cannot wait!That's a great news!Alita ia going to be release by Milan Records
Can't freaking wait for this. The series ends with a bang!Coming soon !So this is basically a Mazzaro scoreIt's great but sadly it's only used in the end credits :-(<br>I suspect it might have been an alternate version of the opening scene.<br><br>Anyway the rest of the score is absolutely stunning, a good balance between heavy action and themes (and incredible choir). A new high in JXL's career, let's hope the OST release does it justice.get this a cd-release too<br>
Don't forget the pointless changes like the opening title music for AUE being replaced with an E Major version of The Shire and Gandalf's Farewells for some reason. Or temp tracking earlier pieces of the film in for later scenes.Tom just released "London Suite in C Major" on his YouTube channel, and I am really loving it. He's usually hit-or-miss for me, but this cue in particular really intrigues me. Sounds like he merged the orchestral sections of Fury Road with the flighty ballads of Hollywood Golden Age music.CD Release?Will there be a Blu-ray release for this as well. I had heard that the Hollywood in Vienna award show that is essentially the same set would get a Blu-ray release.Especially in the first one, there's a ton of LOTR themes needledropped even though Shore wrote original material for those exact scenes that you can hear on the album, and also there are themes used in scenes where they don't belong at all. Oh and the main theme of the first one and a couple of the secondary ones completely disappear from the second and third movies
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The Good Shepherd
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  1. Marcelo Zarvos - Edward (02:37)
  2. Bruce Fowler - Bay of Pigs (02:47)
  3. Marcelo Zarvos - Edward's Secret (02:32)
  4. Rudy Vallee - The Whiffenpoof Song (Baa! Baa! Baa!) (01:38)
  5. Marcelo Zarvos - Fredericks' Lure (01:24)
  6. Bruce Fowler - First Test (02:41)
  7. Irving Berlin - Blue Skies (02:31)
  8. Bruce Fowler - Edward & Laura (02:03)
  9. George and Ira Gershwin - Embraceable You (03:41)
  10. Vince Giordano and The Nighthawks Orchestra - Tribeca Bounce (02:03)
  11. Marcelo Zarvos - Clover (02:30)
  12. Vince Giordano and The Nighthawks Orchestra - No Rain A Fallin' (02:12)
  13. Bruce Fowler - CIA (02:15)
  14. Marcelo Zarvos - Spy Lesson (02:51)
  15. Marcelo Zarvos - Day Of The Locusts (04:39)
  16. Marcelo Zarvos Christmas Eve (02:49)
  17. Marcelo Zarvos - Spy Trade (02:31)
  18. Bruce Fowler - Welcome Gift (01:32)
  19. Vince Giordano and The Nighthawks Orchestra - So In Love (01:43)
  20. Bruce Fowler - Edward & Laura Part 2 (02:15)
  21. Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II - There Is Nothin' Like A Dame (00:42)
  22. Marcelo Zarvos - The Interrogation (02:28)
  23. Marcelo Zarvos - The Violin (01:23)
  24. Ann Hampton Callaway - Come Rain Or Come Shine (03:30)
  25. Marcelo Zarvos - Miriam (04:16)
  26. St. Louis African Chorus - Ofrenda De Amor (02:22)
  27. Arvo Pärt - Silouans Song (05:30)
  28. The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company - H.M.S. Pinafore: Act 1: Hail! Men O'War's Men ... (01:43)
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