PATTON by Jerry Goldsmith & FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX by Frank DeVol BEST SCORE OF THE COMPOSER!!.
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The audio quality throughout is excellent, and there's no questioning the value of any or all of the music, though strangely enough, despite the fact that Patton is the better and greater of the two scores, it is Flight of the Phoenix that will most interest listeners, if only because it is not otherwise represented on CD, whereas Goldsmith has done two. other versions of the Patton score.
Patton, The Flight of the Phoenix. The collaboration between director Franklin J. Schaffner and composer Jerry Goldsmith produced several fantastic films and scores, but none have been more memorable than 1970's Patton. Goldsmith's grandiosely constructed marches and echoing trumpets express both the essence of the complex general as well as Schaffner's visual imagery. These trumpets find their way into nearly every part of the film's score, lending an aura of timelessness and invincibility to the conflicts that lay ahead.
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|2||The Battle Ground||2:14|
|12||An Eloquent Man||1:42|
|14||A Change In The Weather||1:24|
|15||Pensive Patton / End Titles||2:33|
|The Flight Of The Phoenix|
|18||Windy / Heartbreak||2:41|
|24||Let's Get Back To Work||1:38|
|30||The Big Pull||1:36|
|31||Rest Stop / The Ground Run||3:12|
|33||Swimming Hole / Finale||1:11|
- Composed By, Conductor – Frank De Vol (tracks: 16 to 33), Jerry Goldsmith (tracks: 1 to 15)
NotesLimited edition of 3000 copies.
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