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CD Review: The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
Posted By: John Takis 8/30/2005 - 9:00 PM
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CD Review: The Jungle Book
Posted By: John Takis 5/29/2005 - 9:00 PM

CD Review: The Jungle Book

By John Takis



The Jungle Book ****

MIKLÓS RÓZSA

Film Music Society FMS002

20 tracks - 53:59 / 1 track - 22:27

Some perspective: Miklós Rózsa's The Jungle Book (1942) was his 15th film score, his fifth (of nine) for the legendary Korda brothers;
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CD Reviews: Caboblanco and Piranha
Posted By: Stephen Armstrong , John Takis 5/8/2005 - 9:00 PM
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CD Reviews: The Terminal and Piano Works
Posted By: Nick Joy , John Takis 1/2/2005 - 9:00 PM

CD Reviews: The Terminal and Piano Works


The Terminal ***

JOHN WILLIAMS

Decca

14 tracks – 57:50

Light, breezy, lengthy, occasionally amusing and fairly inconsequential. Those were my general feelings after seeing Steven Spielberg's latest, not-quite-greatest effort, which held my attention but failed to make any real impression. Straddling the line between drama and comedy, Spiel
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CD Review: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Posted By: John Takis 8/15/2004 - 9:00 PM

CD Review: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban ****

JOHN WILLIAMS

Warner Sunset/Nonesuch/Atlantic 83711-2

21 tracks - 68:36

Is Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (POA) the definitive John Williams score? Certainly it's an amazing pastiche of just about everyth
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CD Reviews: Alfredo Garcia and The Dreamer of Oz
Posted By: Darren MacDonald , John Takis 7/4/2004 - 9:00 PM
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DOMINUS DEBNEY
Posted By: John Takis 5/4/2004 - 9:00 PM
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CD Reviews: Fame and The Dark Crystal
Posted By: John Takis , Cary Wong 10/5/2003 - 9:00 PM
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CD Reviews: Finding Nemo and Rob Dougan
Posted By: John Takis 8/31/2003 - 9:00 PM
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CD Reviews: Fear No Evil, They and Alexander's Ragtime Band
Posted By: Stephen Armstrong , Mark Griffin , John Takis 7/13/2003 - 9:00 PM

CD Reviews: Fear No Evil, They and Alexander's Ragtime Band


Fear No Evil *** 1/2

FRANK LALOGGIA & DAVID SPEAR

Percepto 013

16 tracks - 37:34

Unless you're a genre devotee, not many aspects of the trippy 1981 occult offering Fear No Evil have held up over the years, but the music proves to be a pleasant exception. Fear No Evil is a lush, medieval score, rich in melody and cleverly orchestrated to generate a sense of

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