Back to the Future, Pt. 3 by Alan Silvestri (CD, Jun-1990, Varse Sarabande (USA))
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|Record Label:||Varse Sarabande (USA)|
1. Main Title
2. Pt. 2) It's Clara (The Train
3. Hill Valley
4. The Hanging
5. At First Sight
7. Goodbye Clara
8. Doc Returns
9. Pt. 3) Point of No Return (The Train
10. The Future Isn't Written
11. The Showdown
12. Doc to the Rescue
13. The Kiss
14. We're Out of Gas
15. Wake up Juice
16. A (The Train, Pt. 1) Science Experiment?
17. Doubleback - (acoustic instrumental version)
18. End Credits
|Playing Time:||45 min.|
All music written and conducted by Alan Silvestri.This disc does not contain the ZZ Top performance of "Doubleback."Recording information: The Burbank Studios, CA.Arranger: Alan Silvestri.Alan Silvestri's score for the final installment of the Back to the Future trilogy continues the mix of whimsical sweetness and dramatic action that marked his work for the first two films, but adds some elements from Western scores -- particularly on "We're Out of Gas" -- to reflect the movie's Old West setting. "It's Clara (The Train, Pt. 2)" spans all of these elements, while songs like "Hill Valley" manage to be playful yet menacing, both alternately and at the same time. One strange thing about this album is that it doesn't present some of the cues in the order in which they appeared in the movie: the music for "The Train" sequence, in which Marty McFly and Doc Brown rig the time-traveling DeLorean up to a train in order to return to the 20th century, is scattered throughout the album instead of appearing together. Overall, though, that's a minor quibble, as Silvestri's music is still quite engaging, particularly his instrumental take on ZZ Top's "Doubleback." ~ Heather Phares
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Alan Silvesrti is one of those composers that to some, may not feel as important when it comes to extreme populairty on a brilliant score. Having done some of Hollywood's most unique films such as Predator, Mouse Hunt and The Mummy Returns, he is nothing short of a well respected composer.
For Back To The Future, Alan was able to recreate for the sequels, yet not stray passed his familiar theme tone of trumpets. With the third film, it's simply a western twist along with a well written frantic piece for the climax sequence with the train and Delorean called Point Of No Return.
- kylethor777Mar 6, 2007by
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I love all the Back to the Future movies, so I loved the musical score. I decided to buy it, so I would have the musical score to enjoy.