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The Buzzword Walks Among Us

By Scott Ross

It is, I suppose, a measure of how out of step I am with my time that I care, not only about how I express myself, but how others speak, and write, as well. 1,614 more words


The music of Glory (1989)

The music of the motion picture Glory (1989) is a masterpiece, and is one of James Horner’s best scores.  I think this score is more closely tied to the movie than some others from Horner, and mellow overtones and crisp tunes are sung by the Boys Choir of Harlem, who do a great job.  811 more words


My Favorite Scene: Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) "Musical Conversation"

While I give Steven Spielberg plenty of flak for the turn his career has taken over the last 15 years, that in no way diminishes from his early masterpieces.  233 more words


Mike's Favorite Film Scores of 2017

I make it a point to write this article every year because it forces me to listen to film scores. Like the movie poster, the art of film music writing is something that has been slowly deteriorating over the past twenty years. 3,433 more words



Hello folks, how ya doing tonight.
I thought I would do up another post tonight but this one is a bit different, this one isn’t about my writing that I keep posting about this is about another type of media that I do. 246 more words


Evangelicals and Art: Jerry Goldsmith (The Sum of All Fears)

Jerry Goldsmith was an American composer who did a lot of work for television and film. He did the work for many hit films in the 1990’s and early 2000’s. 57 more words

Evangelicals And Art