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Where are the composers ?

Discussion in 'Music' started by BobClay, May 12, 2018.

  1. Gramaisc

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    More atmosphere - effective, though sparse, partly because it was all done in a bit of a rush, apparently.



    No mention seems to have been made in the credits to the fact that I used to cut the grass for Mike Hodges' aunt and uncle - a shocking omission.
     
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    Always been one of my favourites …. (note the assassin is in the compartment with him.) :)
     
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    Or maybe just keeping the costs down..?
     
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    In 1970 I joined a ship just below the iron bridge, at the point where Carter is getting rescued by a girl in a sports car. A small coaster that was just over the size required to have an RO. I did three months ploughing up and down from the Thames to the Northeast (visiting some of the ports shown in the final chase of the film, which interestingly stretched over 30 miles :rolleyes:) and visited all manner of pubs in the Northeast.
    I do take the piss out of Geordies (it's a well known pastime at sea) but I enjoyed every minute of my time on that little ship. :)
     
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    So ? … how to you put music to three heavy motor driven Gatling Guns ? …. Not easily by the sound of it … :heyhey:

    Lena Headey takes some time off from playing Cersei in order to play a 'nice person.' (It's all relative … :eek: )

     
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    John Barry's terrific theme for the 60's spy thriller The Quiller Memorandum. (And what a cast it had.)

     
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    Paris Texas. I defy anybody not to be moved by this film. And Ry Cooder's music fits the standard of the film making.

     
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    Ron Goodwin's scores are pretty much legendary … this is one of my favourites: The Trap

     
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