Note On Scenitunes
Scenitunes is the combination of two words 'scene' and 'tunes'!
It is just my way of not using the term soundtrack!
No one wants to listen to a movie soundtrack per se.
There is, usually, too many sounds (and noise) in almost any given movie.
In other cultures they call it 'the accompanying dramatic music'
in a movie or 'descriptive music' or whatever.
Soundtrack is just a North American thing. Probably at one point
in time someone was trying to market a movie as sound and leave it
for the listner to imagine suitable scenes for it!
Soundtrack is everywhere now in the life of people. Everybody has
a soundtrack broadcasting internally for him. The other day a lady
said to me: "You have literally made the soundtrack of my day!"
Literally she said. I almost stopped thinking about soundtrack
to protest the term literally but I decided to remain focused.
When you hear a certain tune or song playing incessantly inside
your mind this used to be no soundtrack. It was thought of as a
sign of emotional or mental stress. Now it has this cinematic name:
Psychiatrists are probably happy fixing people's soundtracks.
Any way, it feels good to have running inside you such a track like
the one from "The good, the bad and the ugly" or the victorious one
I am going to build a highly selective list of the best movie
soundtracks for you to enjoy:
Here Is My Scenitunes List
- Scenitunes: Memorable Movie Scores
- Scenitunes: Petit Banjeois
- Scenitunes: Once Upon a Time Morricone (3)
- Scenitunes: Once Upon a Time Morriconne (2)
- Scenitunes: Once Upon a Time Morriconne (1)
- Scenitunes: Shaft and a whole lot of Reggae
- Scenitunes: The Magnificent Seven. Elmer Bernstein's music score.
- Scenitunes: Rocky music by John Williams
- Scenitunes: James Bond Theme-John Barry
- Scenitunes: Trevor Jones' Last of the Mohicans
- Scenitunes: Bill Conti's Rocky Theme
- Scenitunes: Japanese Joe Hisaiche's Departure (Okuribito)
- Scenitunes: Giorgio Moroder- The Chase/Midnight Express