This is me. The man had great music in the early sixties and died this century. I don't even know how many scores he completed...I just know I favor heavily the sixties and seventies (though he did plenty since that was extraordinary as well imo).Like being asked which of your children you love most
You got see that being recorded? That theme is amazing. That (viola?) countermelody if I remember correctly, makes it even better.Lovely theme in Medicine Man, but I might be biased because I was lucky enough to watch him record it in London. Basic Instinct haunts me for days after I hear it.
I did. The best part of all was following the score in the control room with Arthur Morton. The man was a true legend and... perfect host. He sat between me and a friend on the sofa at the now defunct Whitfield St studios (if memory serves!!) and we spread the score across our knees. I kept thinking that the man sitting next to me worked on the Laurel and Hardy films for some reason. We were briefly introduced to JG as he came in to listen to a take...he was conducting too....long below shoulder length grey hair in a pony tail.....even the greats have faults.....(just joking, especially as I had a pony tail once!)You got see that being recorded? That theme is amazing. That (viola?) countermelody if I remember correctly, makes it even better.