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The Town (Bof) CD, Bande originale, Import

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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (6 octobre 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Bande originale, Import
  • Label: Silva Screen
  • ASIN : B003YJ8FSS
  • Autres éditions : Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Charlestown
  2. Bank Attack
  3. Doug Reflects
  4. Fbi Show & Tell
  5. Oxycontin
  6. Healing And Stealing
  7. Nuns With Guns
  8. The Necklace
  9. The Wreath
  10. Cathedral Of Boston
  11. Fenway
  12. Who Called 911 ?
  13. Making The Switch
  14. Sunny Days
  15. Leaving
  16. The Letter

Descriptions du produit

Ben Affleck est l'acteur-réalisateur de ce film. Le compositeur britannique Harry Gregson-Williams rejoint Affleck sur ce projet suite à leur première collaboration sur Gone Baby Gone, qui avait reçu un Oscar. Il a également travaillé sur les BO de Enemy Of The State, Shrek, Man On Fire, Team America: World Police, Kingdom Of Heaven, The Chronicles Of Narnia and Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time. Il est un des rares compositeurs à bien combiner ses connaissances classiques aux nouvelles technologies musicales.

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Format: CD
harry gregson williams de retour avec le realisateur ben affleck
une tres belle musique de film d action
avec la participation du compositeur david buckley (from paris with love de pierre morel production europa corp)
dans cette bo harry gregson williams joue aussi du piano
cd de 16 tracks
edition silvascreen records annee 2010
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Gregson-Williams & Buckley Deliver Atmospheric Electronic Scoring Grounded By A Simple & Beautiful Theme 14 septembre 2010
Par Kaya Savas - Publié sur
Format: CD
Ben Affleck made his directorial debut with Gone Baby Gone. For his first film he got Harry Gregson-Williams to compose the score which would turn out to be his best work to date in my opinion. For Affleck's second film Harry Gregson-Williams tackled the scoring duties once more along with his friend and long time collaborator David Buckley. Both of these composers are no strangers to working as a team and the result is an incredible and cohesive score that is both atmospheric and moves with a unique percussive intensity.

If you know Harry Gregson-Williams' style then this score will be no surprise to you. The score is full of his signature sounds and amazing blending of electronics and live instruments. The score consistently has a bubbling intensity that never really erupts but is broken up with emotional strings. The electronic percussion does give me an urban warfare vibe and at points feels like little splashes of Hans Zimmer's Black Hawk Down. While this is a crime thriller I do believe giving the music that warfare vibe adds another dimension to the story. Overall, the action cues never go over the top and move along very slowly creating a tense atmosphere.

The central theme of the film is a beautiful piano theme very similar in style to Gone Baby Gone's central theme. It appears in several variations throughout the score. For instance with a guitar in the track "Doug Reflects". This theme provides the anchoring point for the entire score and in the end is what we close the album with. Huge emotions strive from this simple melody and make the score even more effective.

This is a small score and Gregson-Williams and Buckley have managed to make it feel big. The simplicity in the melodies resonate the biggest emotions. The score is mostly atmospheric with a constant rising tension, but when the central theme is used it gives the score that essential grounding. This is a fantastic effort and is highly recommended especially if you loved Harry's solo effort on Gone Baby Gone.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 "The Town ... Gregson-Williams & Buckley ... Silva Screen (2010)" 17 octobre 2010
Par J. Lovins - Publié sur
Format: CD
Silva Screen presents "THE TOWN" [Soundtrack] [2010] --- Harry Gregson-Williams & David Buckley --- Opening theme is haunting and as always there is a flowing element that stays with you throughout the entire album with these two composers --- Electronics supreme is the name of the game and it works --- With an electronic side of the score that dominates its running time alternates between subtle and a fine line of hoops, which offer new passages to those of us who look forward to more of their music --- Recommend this to all fans and collectors of film music, that is on the other side of the coin -- so to speak!

THE TOWN ~ Track listing & Times:

1 Charlestown 2:17
2 Bank Attack 3:38
3 Doug Reflects 1:53
4 FBI Show & Tell 1:48
5 Oxycontin 2:09
6 Healing And Stealing 3:11
7 Nuns With Guns 3:41
8 The Necklace 2:19
9 The Wreath 1:24
10 Cathedral Of Boston 2:28
11 Fenway 3:09
12 Who Called 911? 3:07
13 Making The Switch 2:38
14 Sunny Days 2:27
15 Leaving 2:54
16 The Letter 2:47

1. Harry Gregson-Williams (Composer)
Date of Birth: 13 December 1961- United Kingdom
Date of Death: Still Living

2. David Buckley (Composer)
Date of Birth: 7 June 1976 - United Kingdom
Date of Death: Still Living

In closing there is a thematic center in the score, Gregson-Williams and Buckley brings it into the musicality as easy as slicing a piece of cake --- With a solid electronic message the orchestra strings blend in giving this another world sense of being in all the action sequences --- There is much energy to this soundtrack and the two composers are up for their game.

Total Time: 41:50 min on 16 Tracks ~ Silva Screen 1343 ~ (9/14/2010)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Town score is as riveting as its film. 24 mai 2011
Par Waide Riddle - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Personally, the film, The Town, was my favorite of 2010. I was very disappointed that the Academy did not nominate it in more catagories... like, Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinemaphotography and Best Score. Alas, it was nominated for Best Supporting Actor: Jeremy Renner, who, in my opinion, is one of the best actors in the world today. Now, for the film's score. This is a soundtrack of electrifying sounds from start to finish. You feel every emotion the music has to offer. Deep, rich, dark... often creepy. The film is pure adrenaline. So is the score. I 100% recommend this classic score to a classic film. [...]
5.0 étoiles sur 5 NOT a plagiarism of Band of Brothers soundtrack 29 mars 2012
Par justinlee - Publié sur
Format: CD
To those who are quick to say this is a blatant copy of Band of Brothers soundtrack............these are really 2 different pieces. there aren't that many ways to make notes sound good together. It's all pretty mathematical and most songs have the same chord progressions, intervals, etc.

This isn't even an example of unintentional plagiarism. I highly doubt this was even influenced in the least by the band of brothers soundtrack.

Just listen to Trevor Rabin/Randy Edelman's The Last of the Mohican's main theme (promentory) and Thin Red Line "Journey to the Line" by Zimmer. they are like THE exact same chord progression throughout. Maybe there was a little influence here in this case. Or even a tiny bit of influnece with Journey to the Line and the movie Shame...but I still don't think it was a copy at all.

I am a huge fan of scores and even Michael Kamen's work--i.e. Robin Hood Prince of Thieves.

If you want an actual example of plagiarism which I, myself, was the first to spot and notify the rightful owner--I'll gladly do that for you. I agree with the other reviewers and many other people who have praised this movie and score. Both are truly GREAT.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Four Stars 19 novembre 2014
Format: CD Achat vérifié
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