|re: New Project Suggestion|
||Jacqueline 09:32 pm MST 01/19/07|
|In reply to:||New Project Suggestion - John_Galt 07:35 pm MST 01/19/07|
|Grrr....I replied once and then my computer glitched!|
Now the short and sweet version...Jim would be motivated by ALL of these. My personal favs mentioned here are Highlander & Ladyhawke. I'll add Lost Boys...curious to see what others would add...especially Brian, the new Martin and Vin! xxx JD
> Let's each choose a favorite scene from a movie or novel
> that has a special or interesting emotional dynamic and
> Jim can write a song inspired by it for the new album in
> which he collaborates with Darren, the artist featured in
> Pud's recent blog entry.
> The rules: Jim does lead sheets and piano arrangements
> only and may not spend more than 10 hours on any given
> song. Jim may not borrow from his existing work for this
> effort -- even if older materia would make this new work
> better... a likely possibility. The song has to be
> internally consistent with the theme: no dark and evil
> imagery just because it's cool if it isn't consistent.
> Here are my entries for screen moments:
> (1) The scene in the film adaptation of Shadowlands where
> CS Lewis, the intellectual's Christian, succombs to
> sorrow, curses God, questions his life's purpose, and
> looses faith after finding out that Joy has cancer.
> (2) The scene in Highlander where Connor's girlfriend
> unwillingly plunges a dagger into her boyfriend's heart
> only to realize in the next scene that she is making love
> to a god.
> (3) The scene in Ladyhawke where the two almost meet, but
> can't quite touch during the sunrise in the snow.
> (4) The scene in Goonies when our asthmatic adventurer is
> placed through cosmic accident into his older brother's
> shoes to experience Andy's nervous teenage desire without
> her realizing it.
> (5) The scene in Flatliners when Kevin Bacon's character
> is winded by a blow of guilt dealt from the little girl he
> taunted as a child.
> For those laughing, I understand that Jim wouldn't
> actually use any of the above as inspiration for new
> songs. I understand that our urgining him to write a few
> sketches for a Broadway crossover artist is not going to
> make a new album. Nevertheless, I believe in dreaming
> big... and the conversation which may follow on this board
> has potential. I'd love to hear everyone else's
> -=John Galt=-
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