I'm not very familiar with this score, but I'm looking forward to hearing this. I love old school Silvestri and have always liked him when he's in the sentimental, dramatic mode. It sounds like a good mix of action and drama.
A great movie for score and songs. And a great, meaningful movie, period. Thrilled that Intrada's put out this seminal work from Alan. The skydiving scene is one of my fave compositions of his, hilariously serious at 6:00
Saw the film for the first time - and I LOVED it. Really an underappreciated gem about having grown up, the end of an era. Costner is magnificent. And the big twist at the end... boy, was I brokenhearted, but in a sweet, poignant way.