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 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 10:07 AM   
 By:   Thor   (Member)

Me too!

 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 10:12 AM   
 By:   Mike Esssss   (Member)

Are you kidding? I love your passion for 80s synth scores. Screw those conservative naysayers! Keep on truckin'!


Thanks Thor! You encouraged me a lot!

I would sell my whole soul for any release of the score of Faltermeyer, Levay or Moroder!)))


Ray, I mean it with all sincerity when I say you're a refreshing presence on this board. I love your enthusiasm. Don't let this place throw a shade on your light!

 
 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 10:19 AM   
 By:   Ray92   (Member)

Thank you so much Mike Esssss!
Sincerely grateful to you all, guys!

 
 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 10:19 AM   
 By:   Thor   (Member)

Ray for president!

 
 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 10:21 AM   
 By:   Ray92   (Member)

Ray for president!

smile))

 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 12:17 PM   
 By:   First Breath   (Member)


It seemed to me that many were annoyed by my messages and my admiration for Faltermeier's scores ...


WHAT THE HECK???

Tell me who they are and I will personally meet at their door with a baseball bat. They will never again be able to discern a tuba from a trombone.

I have been on the board for 20 years, posting about synth scores. And I will continue for 20 more years.

 
 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 1:10 PM   
 By:   Ray92   (Member)


It seemed to me that many were annoyed by my messages and my admiration for Faltermeier's scores ...


WHAT THE HECK???

Tell me who they are and I will personally meet at their door with a baseball bat. They will never again be able to discern a tuba from a trombone.

I have been on the board for 20 years, posting about synth scores. And I will continue for 20 more years.




All I know is that these people are also true score lovers. The only difference is that we like the synth score and they like the orchestral score.
Thank you! A baseball bat is a good idea!))))

First Breath, I may be a little off topic, but I wanted to say that I am inspired by your love for the scores of Faltermeyer, Levay, Elias ... etc. I'm glad you interviewed them! Thank you!
Continue to write further - I am very interested in reading!

 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 1:39 PM   
 By:   First Breath   (Member)


It seemed to me that many were annoyed by my messages and my admiration for Faltermeier's scores ...


WHAT THE HECK???

Tell me who they are and I will personally meet at their door with a baseball bat. They will never again be able to discern a tuba from a trombone.

I have been on the board for 20 years, posting about synth scores. And I will continue for 20 more years.




All I know is that these people are also true score lovers. The only difference is that we like the synth score and they like the orchestral score.
Thank you! A baseball bat is a good idea!))))

First Breath, I may be a little off topic, but I wanted to say that I am inspired by your love for the scores of Faltermeyer, Levay, Elias ... etc. I'm glad you interviewed them! Thank you!
Continue to write further - I am very interested in reading!


"True" score lovers. If they can't accept different tastes, they are not worth much.

I haven't interviewed Faltermeyer yet, but maybe some day. I would have loved to ask him the questions no one asks. Enough talk of Axel F...

I guess you have checked my site:
https://my-blog-of-interviews.webnode.com/

 
 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 1:59 PM   
 By:   Ray92   (Member)


It seemed to me that many were annoyed by my messages and my admiration for Faltermeier's scores ...


WHAT THE HECK???

Tell me who they are and I will personally meet at their door with a baseball bat. They will never again be able to discern a tuba from a trombone.

I have been on the board for 20 years, posting about synth scores. And I will continue for 20 more years.




All I know is that these people are also true score lovers. The only difference is that we like the synth score and they like the orchestral score.
Thank you! A baseball bat is a good idea!))))

First Breath, I may be a little off topic, but I wanted to say that I am inspired by your love for the scores of Faltermeyer, Levay, Elias ... etc. I'm glad you interviewed them! Thank you!
Continue to write further - I am very interested in reading!


"True" score lovers. If they can't accept different tastes, they are not worth much.

I haven't interviewed Faltermeyer yet, but maybe some day. I would have loved to ask him the questions no one asks. Enough talk of Axel F...

I guess you have checked my site:
https://my-blog-of-interviews.webnode.com/



I agree with you.
Musical tastes should be respected.

More precisely, I meant an interview with Levay, Elias ...
I reread some of them several times.
I'm very pleased that You managed to get an interview with Jay Ferguson. I dream of his BESTSELLER score.
Hope you can get an interview with Faltermeyer.

 
 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 2:01 PM   
 By:   Ray92   (Member)

I guess you have checked my site:
https://my-blog-of-interviews.webnode.com/


Of course!

 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 2:03 PM   
 By:   Totoro   (Member)


It seemed to me that many were annoyed by my messages and my admiration for Faltermeier's scores ...


WHAT THE HECK???

Tell me who they are and I will personally meet at their door with a baseball bat. They will never again be able to discern a tuba from a trombone.

I have been on the board for 20 years, posting about synth scores. And I will continue for 20 more years.




All I know is that these people are also true score lovers. The only difference is that we like the synth score and they like the orchestral score.
Thank you! A baseball bat is a good idea!))))

First Breath, I may be a little off topic, but I wanted to say that I am inspired by your love for the scores of Faltermeyer, Levay, Elias ... etc. I'm glad you interviewed them! Thank you!
Continue to write further - I am very interested in reading!


"True" score lovers. If they can't accept different tastes, they are not worth much.

I haven't interviewed Faltermeyer yet, but maybe some day. I would have loved to ask him the questions no one asks. Enough talk of Axel F...

I guess you have checked my site:
https://my-blog-of-interviews.webnode.com/


There is nothing wrong in one loving these kind of scores and/or composers.

I love a lot of crap movies and/or music, most of all from the time I wa a kid.

But I know it is crap. I won't argue that it is good. No sir.

 
 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 2:10 PM   
 By:   Ray92   (Member)

There is nothing wrong in one loving these kind of scores and/or composers.

I love a lot of crap movies and/or music, most of all from the time I wa a kid.

But I know it is crap. I won't argue that it is good. No sir.


Thanx, Totoro!

 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 2:19 PM   
 By:   First Breath   (Member)


It seemed to me that many were annoyed by my messages and my admiration for Faltermeier's scores ...


WHAT THE HECK???

Tell me who they are and I will personally meet at their door with a baseball bat. They will never again be able to discern a tuba from a trombone.

I have been on the board for 20 years, posting about synth scores. And I will continue for 20 more years.




All I know is that these people are also true score lovers. The only difference is that we like the synth score and they like the orchestral score.
Thank you! A baseball bat is a good idea!))))

First Breath, I may be a little off topic, but I wanted to say that I am inspired by your love for the scores of Faltermeyer, Levay, Elias ... etc. I'm glad you interviewed them! Thank you!
Continue to write further - I am very interested in reading!




"True" score lovers. If they can't accept different tastes, they are not worth much.

I haven't interviewed Faltermeyer yet, but maybe some day. I would have loved to ask him the questions no one asks. Enough talk of Axel F...

I guess you have checked my site:
https://my-blog-of-interviews.webnode.com/



I agree with you.
Musical tastes should be respected.

More precisely, I meant an interview with Levay, Elias ...
I reread some of them several times.
I'm very pleased that You managed to get an interview with Jay Ferguson. I dream of his BESTSELLER score.
Hope you can get an interview with Faltermeyer.


The Ferguson interview is old, 2004 or something. I guess I should have done a new, better and updated one.

 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 2:28 PM   
 By:   First Breath   (Member)


It seemed to me that many were annoyed by my messages and my admiration for Faltermeier's scores ...


WHAT THE HECK???

Tell me who they are and I will personally meet at their door with a baseball bat. They will never again be able to discern a tuba from a trombone.

I have been on the board for 20 years, posting about synth scores. And I will continue for 20 more years.




All I know is that these people are also true score lovers. The only difference is that we like the synth score and they like the orchestral score.
Thank you! A baseball bat is a good idea!))))

First Breath, I may be a little off topic, but I wanted to say that I am inspired by your love for the scores of Faltermeyer, Levay, Elias ... etc. I'm glad you interviewed them! Thank you!
Continue to write further - I am very interested in reading!


"True" score lovers. If they can't accept different tastes, they are not worth much.

I haven't interviewed Faltermeyer yet, but maybe some day. I would have loved to ask him the questions no one asks. Enough talk of Axel F...

I guess you have checked my site:
https://my-blog-of-interviews.webnode.com/


There is nothing wrong in one loving these kind of scores and/or composers.

I love a lot of crap movies and/or music, most of all from the time I wa a kid.

But I know it is crap. I won't argue that it is good. No sir.


So would you have been less annoying if we told you "Yes, Totoro, these scores we love are really crap"?

Would that make you happy in some way? Pleased? Would you have felt some kind of victory? I'm just curious about the psychology behind that whole behaviour of yours on this board. That "broken record" thing. That wish you seem to have about pointing out what is "good" and "bad" in your opinion, and repeating it endlessly. It's puzzling. It really is. But I think you can do something about it if you really try.

 
 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 2:30 PM   
 By:   Ray92   (Member)

The Ferguson interview is old, 2004 or something. I guess I should have done a new, better and updated one.


Great idea!

 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 2:33 PM   
 By:   Totoro   (Member)

There is nothing wrong in one loving these kind of scores and/or composers.

I love a lot of crap movies and/or music, most of all from the time I wa a kid.

But I know it is crap. I won't argue that it is good. No sir.


Thanx, Totoro!

Don't mention it, friend!

 
 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 2:41 PM   
 By:   Ray92   (Member)

There is nothing wrong in one loving these kind of scores and/or composers.

I love a lot of crap movies and/or music, most of all from the time I wa a kid.

But I know it is crap. I won't argue that it is good. No sir.


Thanx, Totoro!


Don't mention it, friend!


About what?

 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 2:45 PM   
 By:   Totoro   (Member)

There is nothing wrong in one loving these kind of scores and/or composers.

I love a lot of crap movies and/or music, most of all from the time I wa a kid.

But I know it is crap. I won't argue that it is good. No sir.

Thanx, Totoro!

Don't mention it, friend!

About what?


About what you mentioned.

 
 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 2:47 PM   
 By:   Ray92   (Member)

There is nothing wrong in one loving these kind of scores and/or composers.

I love a lot of crap movies and/or music, most of all from the time I wa a kid.

But I know it is crap. I won't argue that it is good. No sir.

Thanx, Totoro!

Don't mention it, friend!

About what?


About what you mentioned.



hmm ... ok

 
 Posted:   May 7, 2021 - 4:23 PM   
 By:   Totoro   (Member)

So would you have been less annoying if we told you "Yes, Totoro, these scores we love are really crap"?

Would that make you happy in some way? Pleased? Would you have felt some kind of victory? I'm just curious about the psychology behind that whole behaviour of yours on this board. That "broken record" thing. That wish you seem to have about pointing out what is "good" and "bad" in your opinion, and repeating it endlessly. It's puzzling. It really is. But I think you can do something about it if you really try.


Easy, friend. I understand your pain.

I once tried to convice my uncle that The Black Hole was a great movie, at the same level as 2001 (even better).

I was 12 years old.

For the record: I consider Beverly Hills Cop to be the greatest score of all times composed for a movie called Beverly Hills Cop!

 
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