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: What was your first reaction to the quirkey, but exceptional Morricone score upon first hearing?
Didn't like it, still don't like it.   -0 (0%)
Wasn't crazy about it but gradually grew on me.   -11 (42.3%)
LOVED IT, had to have the soundtrack ASAP.   -14 (53.8%)
Thought it was ok, not Morricone's best.   -1 (3.8%)
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« #15 : August 02, 2007, 04:58:57 PM »

hearing Juan's theme made me think "Did someone fart?? :-\

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« #16 : August 02, 2007, 07:11:04 PM »

hearing Juan's theme made me think "Did someone fart?? :-\

No way. I love this theme. It's so unique.




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« #17 : August 02, 2007, 08:07:52 PM »

hearing Juan's theme made me think "Did someone fart?? :-\

That was actually intentional.

Juan's theme is called "March of the Beggars" and Leone asked Morricone to add burping and farting into it to give it a peasant-like atmosphere.


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« #18 : August 02, 2007, 08:26:11 PM »

That was actually intentional.

Juan's theme is called "March of the Beggars" and Leone asked Morricone to add burping and farting into it to give it a peasant-like atmosphere.

Yeah, I read something like this before but I never had that feeling when I listened to it. But, that's just me I guess.  ???




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« #19 : August 03, 2007, 04:55:50 PM »

If not his best then certainly one of the best.




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« #20 : August 03, 2007, 05:55:44 PM »

I think his best.    :)


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« #21 : August 03, 2007, 08:47:11 PM »

And what a great Username you have SeanSeanSean! O0

I agree, great username and after seeing Duck You Sucker for the first time a few weeks ago Sean could be right up there as one of my fav. characters. By the end of the movie I was hooked..




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« #22 : August 05, 2007, 05:03:38 AM »

The first time I heard it was from a cover CD, there I didn't like it much, but ever since I heard it in the film, in the original form, I loved it. How does this count? ???

Sean could be right up there as one of my fav. characters. By the end of the movie I was hooked..

Yeah... :'(

I wanted to write something else and forgot it. >:(

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« #23 : August 05, 2007, 08:19:37 AM »

The first time I heard it was from a cover CD, there I didn't like it much, but ever since I heard it in the film, in the original form, I loved it. How does this count? ???

Yeah... :'(

I wanted to write something else and forgot it. >:(

It'll come back to you marmota, just think really hard.  ;)




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« #24 : August 06, 2007, 03:04:43 AM »

It'll come back to you marmota, just think really hard.  ;)

My experiences usually are, that it doesn't come back when I think hard, it comes back when I don't think about it...

Moreover, I HAD to have the soundtrack, but I don't have it. How does that count?
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« #25 : August 08, 2007, 07:58:10 AM »

Yeah moviesceleton. I gotta be honest. At first the "Sean, Sean, Sean"  track was a bit annoying but after awhile with repeated viewings, I fell in love with the music! I'm obsessed with it now. I think the initial listening to it shocked us all for the most part.

In the interview with Leone's executive producer Claudio Mancini (Bronson's brother in the arch scene in OUTITW) which I have posted in the OUTITW forum, Claudio Mancini said that when Morricone played the music on his piano for Sergio the first time, Carla - Sergio's wife - was also present. According to Mancini, it was Carla Leone who told Morricone that it would be nice to have "some vocals, like some names" in the score. Morricone thought about it and then the SeaSeanSean bit was created.
So for those of you who do not like the SeanSean theme (don't think there are many), well, you know now who to blame.... ;)

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« #26 : August 08, 2007, 11:48:16 AM »

In the interview with Leone's executive producer Claudio Mancini (Bronson's brother in the arch scene in OUTITW) which I have posted in the OUTITW forum, Claudio Mancini said that when Morricone played the music on his piano for Sergio the first time, Carla - Sergio's wife - was also present. According to Mancini, it was Carla Leone who told Morricone that it would be nice to have "some vocals, like some names" in the score. Morricone thought about it and then the SeaSeanSean bit was created.
So for those of you who do not like the SeanSean theme (don't think there are many), well, you know now who to blame.... ;)

Interesting stuff Leonardo! Thanks for posting that. That god Carla suggested that. I think it was a brilliant choice.




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« #27 : September 26, 2007, 02:34:30 PM »

I liked it, but for me it got better near the end.

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« #28 : September 26, 2007, 06:22:58 PM »

Yeah, I read something like this before but I never had that feeling when I listened to it. But, that's just me I guess.  ???
I didn't get that feeling either. But coming back to it, it might explain why it was such a weird track. It was good, though

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« #29 : September 30, 2007, 12:12:17 AM »

  I voted that over time it grew on me.  It's still not my favorite score of Morricone's, OUATITW and GBU still rank #1 and 2 for me, but DYS has really grown on me on repeated viewings.  Then, seeing the movie on DVD this summer and downloading the soundtrack really put it over the top for me. 



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