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Album Review

Like the 2006 score The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, Marco Beltrami's previous foray into the Western genre, 3:10 to Yuma impresses the composer's unique stamp on the classic musical archetypes pioneered by Ennio Morricone and others — despite familiar ingredients like electric guitar, mandolin, barroom piano, and brass band flourishes, the music deftly avoids cliché thanks to some intriguing electronic elements, samples, and other contemporary effects. But while the dusty, slap-leather grit of the arrangements further underscores the score's roots in Western traditions, Beltrami's taut, propulsive melodies are very much a reflection of the modern-day action thriller. The music is suspenseful to the point of suffocation, with none of the spaciousness and atmosphere that signify Morricone at his own finest.

Customer Reviews

Ennio Morricone revisited

Great soundtrack. Feels like a Sergio Leone movie. Buy it.

3:10 to Heaven

Now that is equal to what i sometimes call Great Soundtrack, Should have gone to receive an Oscar

Great Job Marco Beltrami

Bible Study - THE archetypical genre tune!
Thereafter take your pick.


Born: 07 October 1966 in Long Island, NY

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Marco Beltrami is an American composer best known for his stirring orchestral horror, action, and science fiction film scores, which include multiple collaborations with director/producer Wes Craven. A Long Island, New York native, Beltrami attended Brown University and the Yale School of Music, eventually studying with Luigi Nono in Italy and Jerry Goldsmith in Los Angeles. He got his professional start in film and television in 1994, with his breakthrough coming on the 1996 Wes Craven blockbuster...
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