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Joe Dante's review of Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (Read 1627 times)
Gashade
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Joe Dante's review of Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid
08/11/15 at 7:05pm
 
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Re: Joe Dante's review of Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid
Reply #1 - 08/16/15 at 9:17pm
 
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"Dylan’s score (a selling point—though there is, amazingly, no soundtrack album) would have been more effective without the vocals."


It seems like he means the whole soundtrack and not just the "Knocking on Heaven's Door" sequence.
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Re: Joe Dante's review of Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid
Reply #2 - 08/16/15 at 10:15pm
 
My opinion is (totally subjective) that the score would have been better if Fielding would have complemented Dylan.
On one of the bootlegs of the score,you can hear Dylan saying that Fielding will be pissed off when he hears it. I'm a bit mad too actually, and I agree with Fielding that you can't base a good score on three chords.
Not much we can do about it now. Still glad we have the film as it is (with all its versions and controversies).
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