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Best Of 2014: The 15 Best Movie Soundtracks Of 2014
Last week we kicked off our end-of-year coverage ( all of which to date you can find here) in fine style by celebrating our 15 favorite scores of the year, but that's only half the story in regards film music.
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The Greatest Movie Soundtracks: A Celebration | Empire |
23 Oct 2015: In depth looks at all the movies that matter as well as quizzes, fun and games from the world's leading film magazine.
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The Sound of Music Rodgers & Hammerstein, 1965 Was there ever a more complete soundtrack? Probably not. From the goofy Lonely Goatherd to the elegiac Edelweiss, via the soaring title song, The Sound of Music is as invigorating as an Alpine climb.
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The 25 Greatest Soundtracks of All Time
From Elvis gyrating in prison stripes in Jailhouse Rock to Prince putting Apollonia on the back of his bike in Purple Rain, rock & roll and movies have been inseparable for going on 60 years.
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The latest in Bill O'Reilly's bestselling "Killing" series.
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1.A Hard Day's Night (1964) - The Beatles It was the G7sus4 heard 'round the world. You may not recognize that chord by name, but you'd instantly know it as the ringing opening salvo of ''A Hard Day's Night,'' the soundtrack that turned a nation into a glee club.
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Two major soundtrack releases -- last week's "Inside Llewyn Davis" and "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" -- take two different tacks in regards to their tracks. Like "O Brother, Where Art Thou?", the Coen Brothers' latest film integrates its songs firmly into the story, shy of a musical, but without meaning if not for its songs.
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