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What's your favourite film score?

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RE: What's your favourite film score?

 

 

   Koyaanisqatsi  or,

   Chitty Chitty Bang Bang  or,

   Jungle Book

 

  I just can't make my mind up .

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RE: What's your favourite film score?

Akira - although not strictly orchestral.

Dead Man - Not sure whether Neil Young guitar noodling rather than actual songs falls within the strict criteria either.

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RE: What's your favourite film score?

Paris, Texas. Ry Cooder knows what he's doing.

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RE: What's your favourite film score?

RobinKidderminster wrote:

John Barry is surely master. Bond is iconic

Agree that Barry's use of brass and strings was the perfect sound for the early Bond films. I also love his "Out of Africa" score. Oddly though, my favourite overall Bond soundtrack is "Live and Let Die" which was actually composed by George Martin, although it feels heavily influenced by Barry.

John Williams' "ET" as also a particular favourite, and "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" has some very strong moments.

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RE: What's your favourite film score?

Best Bond 'feem choon' - On Her Majesty's Secret Service

Best John Barry OST - a toss-up between Born Free, Zulu and The Ipcress File.