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Thursday, December 13, 2007

Music and Movies

Does the name Sondre Lerche mean anything to anyone except those of us who were lent his CDs or drink Starbucks coffee?

At any rate, I suspect this article, written, it appears, by Adam Sandler (but not that one), will appeal to only a few of you.

But we all know what they're talking about: how music is changing movies. I remember a couple years ago the VT Mrs. wrote a guest article here about Elizabethtown. While Cameron Crowe's music isn't usually original to the soundtrack, he still uses it in a powerful way, making it part of the storytelling.

Or something like that. This article says it better.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Molly McGee said...




Yes, good music has a powerful impact on movies.

Too bad the music was the only good thing about Elizabethtown. Cameron Crowe's Almost Famous? The soundtrack was just the cherry on top of a great movie sundae.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

 
Blogger Hobster said...




Well, I thought the article was a little on the light side...but, it did take care of a nagging question...every time I saw an ad for Once I thought I recognized the lead...now I know, he was Outspan! Thanks :)

Friday, December 14, 2007

 

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