Discussion in 'Star Wars And Film Music' started by Mr. K, Apr 9, 2014.
ok 5 masterpieces lol. I mean he prob. has 20, but this is my top 5.
Definitely the Jurassic Park score. Personally, I think "Welcome to Jurassic Park" is one of the best individual tracks he's ever written. It has a sense of wonder, adventure, and majesty that captures my imagination.
Harry Potter is up there.
I think I commented here before but besides Star Wars mine would be Harry Potter (I'm also a huge HP fan), Indiana Jones and Superman. Just bought the soundtrack from Amazon and it is now one of my favorite John Williams score. I say it's on par with Star Wars which I get some Star Wars vibes from this score, the movie is also pretty good
Superman is incredible, for me right up with ESB at the top of the list.
What else but Indiana Jones and Jurassic Park for me...
which Indiana Jones score do you like best? For me it's a toss up between the first two.
Crusade has some of the best themes. I love the father son theme and holy grail theme. Mutts Adventures from Skull is an great Piece of Music too!
I enjoy Marion's theme and Short Round's theme. I'll have to check out Mutt's theme.
Here you go!
For me, the best Indy score is Last Crusade. The other three are then all equally good, I feel. Excellent work all around from the Maestro.
If this doesn't make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, it's hard to believe that you love music at all...
He has so much good stuff. When I hear the Superman theme I want to run and fly around lol.
"Welcome to Jurassic Park" is amazing.
I think the E.T. is beautiful. The Flying Theme. Saying Goodbye makes me feel like I am saying Bye to old friends,
Hauntingly beautiful, that.
Same for me. Truly something special.
Saving Private Ryan
Saving Private Ryan is way up there for me!
It's a solid score for sure. But I do sometimes wish there was more music. Not that the film needs it.
AI is a very underrated score. Just beautiful. I am a big fan of the film as well.
Do you have the A.I. complete score release from LaLaLand Records?
I have the CD soundtrack. It's just the regular one.
Then you are missing so very much of the score! Here is the page for the release:
The Indiana Jones theme is neck and neck with his Jurassic Park work, for me. Both are nostalgia overload.