it to veer off into Titanic-land. This was not nearly as noticible with the visual distractions of the film, but it gets a little annoying without them. James Horner, I am disappointed by this. I mean, I know there are things you like to work into all your soundtracks - there were certain rhythms and chord progressions that I could identify in "Star Trek II: the Wrath of Khan," "The Rocketeer," "Willow" - and yes, one or two of those carried all the way through to "Titanic." Those were mostly minor things, though, that happened once or twice in each respective album. To do it with a major recurring theme...? Meh.
Also, I am amused that the same composer wrote the original scores for "Star Trek XI" and "Up." :)
Have been amazingly non-productive lately. I'm starting to wonder if seasonal affective disorder could be part of the problem, and whether it'd be worth investing in a full-spectrum light. I mean, it'd probably be nice to have one of those for craft work down the line anyway, right?
Oh, and this isn't really music-related but might amuse velithya
... last time I hit Target, they had the season 1 DVD box set for Supernatural on big-time sale, so guess who'll probably be addicted in short order... ^^;;
There are just enough similarities between one of the main musical motifs in the "Avatar" soundtrack and one from "Titanic," that in listening to the Avatar CD I keep