The soundtrack currently spans seventeen volumes, and is available for download via BitTorrent Lol Torrentspy disabled. Link doesn't work. With few exceptions, each song is presented in its full radio or album edit, not the shorter looped excerpts that are common on most YTMND sites. Each release is accompanied with a voice promotion by YTMND user Dasyati, along with a promotional animation made by fyrestorm. The promotional audio is also included within each soundtrack torrent.
From this seemed to spring a fair torrent of replies, all (I think)naming Carl Orff's \"Carmina Burana\" as the alleged \"theme\". From theresprung fervent diversions that brought up \"Les Noces\" [Stravinsky] asthe \"model\" for Orff's work (with a few inuendos toward Orff's \"Nazi\"() affectations () ). If I've read the thread properly I'd like to advise EVERYONE who isinterested that the film \"Glory\" contained NO MUSIC by Carl Orff, andwas, in fact, a film-score by James Horner (surprisingly reminiscent ofvarious such scores by John Williams (\"Empire of the Sun\" came to mindseveral times)). The final \"battle scene\" of this film DID expose strong suggestions of\"O fortuna!\" (from 'Carmina Burana') (MUCH in the same way that JohnWilliams exposes his eclectisism (above his \"genius\")). And from thisI can begin to suppose that James Horner (I've seen the name, butcan't remember any other specific scores/works of his off-hand) isfollowing in the footsteps of Williams. Don't misunderstand me: I do have a certain respect for John Williams'film scores (despite the many criticisms I have), and though the score of the powerful film \"Glory\" was fine, I must admit I was a bit letdown in the long run due to the almost \"clone-like\" similarity to JohnWilliams' style, which is itself a deft cloning of, shall I say \"greatcomposers\"......So in regard to \"Carmina Burana\" and \"Les Noces\" let us remain indubious contention; however, let not these works be associated withthe film \"Glory\".SJH--------------------------------------------------- Stephen Heller - Music Technician In transit from CSNET -> mu...@batman.moravian.edu the center of UUCP -> ...!rutgers!liberty!batman!music Time & Space... INET -> music%batman.mo...@relay.cs.net ---------------------------------------------------
\"Brainstorm\" has sort of a mediocre plot and is best known as the movie on whose set Natalie Wood died. It's not a bad movie by any stretch. It portrays a device that lets a person get inside another person's mind, but what if the device gets used for unethical purposes Christopher Walken and Louise Fletcher play the people designing the device, and do good jobs with their roles. Natalie Wood plays Walken's estranged wife.Of course, watching this movie, it's hard - for me at least - to think about anything except the fact that Natalie Wood drowned right before they finished filming. Too bad that she couldn't have finished her career with something slightly more than this. She was such a beautiful woman.
The first \"Gidget\" (1959) hit the sand running, with sweet 'n' sexy Sandra Dee in the title role and James Darren (as Jeff \"Moondoggie\" Matthews) making as many groins throb. In that outing, Ms. Dee seemed too Holly-worldly for the part, which results in the opposite sort of problem as \"Gidget Goes Hawaiian\". Herein, cute 'n' perky Deborah Walley (as Frances \"Gidget\" Lawrence) takes the lead, in a script that appears to have been written with Dee in mind - she would have been more likely than Ms. Walley in attracting every hunk on the beach. Also, Dee would have been more believable as a rival for beautiful dark-haired Vicki Trickett (as Abby Stewart), who should have attracted more attention. No wallflower, Ms. Trickett's legs go on forever...Conversely, Walley would have done better with the original film's script. Yet, on balance, this picture is a little bit more fun, with its appealing young cast, and older veterans like Carl Reiner and Peggy Cass lending some shtick. The plot is that \"Gidget Goes Hawaiian\" and is mistaken for a tramp. The story suggests a young woman having sexual intercourse faces a battle more daunting than drug addiction. The main men vying for Walley's attention, Mr. Darren and Michael Callan (as Eddie Horner), handsomely hold the camera's spotlight, with dreamy singing and dancing numbers. Both men were named \"Stars of Tomorrow\" by Quigley Publications, in 1960 and 1962, due to \"Gidget\" films. And, Walley received a \"Photoplay\" newcomer of 1961 award.***** Gidget Goes Hawaiian (6/2/61) Paul Wendkos Deborah Walley, James Darren, Michael Callan, Carl Reiner 1e1e36bf2d