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Night At the Museum (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Alan Silvestri

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Who's this Alan?

Are you serious, cause if you are that's just plain sad. Yes I know the tone is a little mean but come on! This "Alan" guy has only composed some of the best movies scores of all time. Here's just a few of this "Alan's" work, Back to the Future (ALL THREE MOVIES), Forest Gump, The Abyss, Romancing the Stone, The Mummy Returns & the list goe's on & on & on. Please don't ever make this mistake again, he's one of the great's. Right up there with John Williams, Danny Elfman, Elmer Bernstien, Jerry Goldsmith, John Barry & well you get the picture. The man deserves his prop's. Oh and yes this score great, not bad for some guy named "Alan"!

Review of Night at the Museum

Well I am going to have to give it to Alan Silvestri, the arist, for putting together some of the best written music ever.

Beautiful, But Why Must the Entire Album Be Purchased?????

I really wanted "Night at the Museum" and "Tour of the Museum" but the whole album has to be purchased in order to get any song. Why can't the songs be purchased individually? I thought that iTunes was all about allowing songs to be individually purchased..... (Anyway, this music is very pretty; I highly recommend it. Especially the two mentioned above.) :)

Biography

Born: March 26, 1950 in NY

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Of composer Alan Silvestri's many film scores, he is perhaps best-known for his work with director Robert Zemeckis, starting with their first movie project, Romancing the Stone, and continuing through the next decades with many more blockbuster classics. Silvestri began playing music at a young age while growing up in Teaneck, NJ, and was already considering a music career by the age of 15. He attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston, but after only two years moved out to Las Vegas and started...
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