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Pirates of the Caribbean

Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl

Pirates of the Caribbean

Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl

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Great movie soundtrack!One of the better movie soundtracks available today. They really created some great music for the movie. Any fan of the movie should pick this up and listen to it often4A Couple of Good SongsIf you want background music to fill your space with pirate ambiance, this is the one. If you want an album to listen to for song after song of classic music, maybe not. I found the album to contain the one of two classic Pirates tunes which is what I would have expected, however the remainder of the album is filled with snippets of small sound bites that accompany the plot which can be disjointed and fragmentary when listened to straight through. I have many soundtracks that I can listen to that phonically walk me through the movie, but this isn't one of them. That's not to say it isn't good music, just not one that is as meaningful when listened to from beginning to end. Savvy?3Decent, but shortHaving loved the film through and through, I decided to get the soundtrack as background adventuring music for my D&D players. It's decent enough for that and has all of the good and memorable bits. That's the good news. But it's only 43 minutes -- none of the 15 tracks (which are mixed together well enough) are over 4:45, with only one reaching that exhausting length. Surely they could have gone over a couple of the major refrains a couple of more times with all of the blank disc that was left over... Additionally, many of the tracks sound muddied (they weren't joking about the score being "overproduced" in many places), occasionally jagged (shifts in the middles of tracks) and due to the surprisingly strong quality of the mix-to-flow, you won't be wanting to listen to these tracks shuffled in with anything else. But as a CD, it's a good CD.4Best music of all the "Pirate" moviesThe music is rollicking fun, brilliant with vivid use of motifs and abrupt shifts. This is 100% instrumental, there are no lyrics. I loved that because I use the music for inspiration - and I mean you do want to get crazy and dance to this. Makes the heart pound. Each selection has rhythmic changes I never noticed during the movie itself. The only slight negative to this CD is that it is a true soundtrack, not a collection of songs such as you might get from say a musical like The Sound of Music. That means the works all lead straight into the next one, which means having your mp3 player on shuffle makes a mess of it. Play it straight through for the best effect.5Awesome score for an awesome film!When I bought the Pirates of the Caribbean DVD despite not having seen it, I feared disappointment despite the recommendations of friends. Boy, was I wrong!The score by relative unknown Klaus Bedelt complements the movie's action almost to perfection. It does seem to have borrowed a bit from Zimmer's score for 'Gladiator', but has its own spectacular moments, including 'The Medallion Calls' as pirate Capt. Sparrow sails his near-sunken boat into a British port from atop a mast, and 'To The Pirates' Cave!' when Elizabeth escapes from the wily Barbossa into the hands of a living-dead crew of skeletons that man the Black Pearl.This is a score that will make a great addition to the collection of anyone who loves movie soundtracks.4Doesn't quite live up to the movieI LOVED this movie. I loved it so much that I wanted to have my very own swashbuckling soundtrack.For swashbuckling, this soundtrack does not disappoint. The music is unique and you find yourself reliving the film all over again. When I watched the movie, I found that the music complemented the action perfectly and, in fact, even enhanced it.On its own, the soundtrack is still impressive, but I found it slightly repetitive. My husband remarked that he felt like we were listening to the same song over and over again. My other disappointment was that there was no rendition of the pirate's song ("Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate's life for me..."). I guess I was naively hoping for some full-cast version of the song.Still, the soundtrack brings back great memories of the movie and the excitement of a more romantic time.4I enjoy this cd very much but I'm not sure it's ...I enjoy this cd very much but I'm not sure it's an original authentic copy. During Will and Elizabeth, the sound fades out for a couple of seconds, This shouldn't happen on an original sound track.. I have only listened to it on my computer so far. I will have to play it through my good speakers to see if it has other lesser flaws.5A Blasting Score For The EarsKlaus Badelt score for the first Pirates movie is amazing. Layered with interesting trills of strings and percussion, the score can reflect the heroism of Jack Sparrow and cast as they creep, sail and fight!I like the duel - between best friends the best. It heroic and fun and upbeat and rythmic all in one. The track or cue is called "Crossed Swords".His other scores include The In-Laws, The Time Machine (Remake), Hanibal, K-19, Catwoman and Constantine.Working with Hans Zimmer, Badelt contributed music to the Oscar-nominated scores for Ridley Scott's Gladiator (2000), Terrence Malick's The Thin Red Line (1998) and Dreamworks' The Prince Of Egypt. Klaus collaborated with Zimmer on the music for Mission: Impossible II (2000) with producer Tom Cruise and director John Woo, Ridley Scott's Hannibal (2001) and Jerry Bruckheimer/Michael Bay's Pearl Harbor (2001). He also co-wrote the score to Sean Penn's The Pledge (2001) with Zimmer.This is definately a passionate score - especially if you like strings and percussion.! 11-064Great Movie--Super Soundtrack for Repeat ListeningFirst, I'm not a professional reviewer by a long shot. That said, I do have things to share about a soundtrack I love.I love the movie, and I love the soundtrack. Of all five Pirates movie soundtracks, this is the first and the one that I will always remember for the distinctive themes that were introduced and continue to be heard with variations in the later films. This and the soundtrack from "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" are my favorite Pirates soundtracks and I can listen to them over and over.Notable tracks:1: Fog Bound - Starts with a smooth yet lilting tune which appears again within Track 6. I couldn't get this one out of my head, even tried whistling or humming it--playful but "pirate-y." This is followed by a dark melody of peril and dread, lightening near the end to transition into2: The Medallion Calls - Brief transition that leads into what the overarching, proud theme of the Pirates movies (Or is it Captain Jack Sparrow's theme? IMO, it should be). With French horns, brass, and strings abounding with great harmonies, I can't imagine who wouldn't love this theme!!! The music is majestic and yet can be varied to be sly, foreboding, forbidding, or sad. Great theme! Can be heard again within Tracks 3 and 4.5 & 10: Swords Crossed, To the Pirate's Cave, respectively - Driving theme introduced in Track 5 and variation of it in Track 10. Exciting and macabre and embodies the crew of the Pearl.6: Walk the Plank - I love the whimsy within this track. Playful peril?7: Barbossa is Hungry - Barbossa is a cool and scary dude...like him and/or hate him at the same time--he's very distinctive. A variation on the main theme is included within this driving, powerful track.8: Blood Ritual - Slow and beautiful, then relentlessly driving. It sounds like a new theme mingled with or a variation on the main theme. Love this one.9: Moonlight Serenade - Same theme, different feel and emotion.11: Skull and Crossbones - Combines and overlays themes. Love this one.12: Bootstrap's Bootstraps - Grim, urgent, exciting, then returns to main theme. Love it.13: Underwater March - A little eerie, with a very cool return to the main theme and then a lovely almost romantic feel, and finally the actual march underwater by the crew of the Pearl (creepy-ish).14: One Last Shot - Love the beginning of this track - whimsical and pirate-y! Very memorable. Transitions to a romantic theme and then the main theme. There is a triumphal finale feel to this track. Gives me goosebumps and a big smile.15: He's a Pirate - I'm not sure this theme is for Captain Jack or for Will, or for all pirates. Or maybe it is named for a line spoken in the movie. It just plain fits and completes the movie.Highly recommended, especially if you love themed music, or if you enjoy listening to music without the interruption of lyrics, as I often do.5One of the best out thereOne of the most entertaining and flawless film soundtracks out there. An enjoyable listen as a stand-alone experience, as the thematic material takes you back to moments from the film. The 2nd and 3rd films in the series have soundtracks that are equally as engaging and enjoyable. (The 4th lost the charm of its predecessors on many levels.) Hans Zimmer again shines, only this time with the assistance of his friend and colleague (read up on his collaboration with Klaus Badelt if you are curious). If you enjoyed the film, or even just like the ride in Orlando, then I would recommend this one.5
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