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Jerry Goldsmith's score to the unexpectedly sentimental Sam Peckinpah film The Ballad of Cable Hogue is an inspired and offbeat interpretation of traditional Western themes and motifs, effortlessly weaving familiar genre elements like banjo, harmonica, and guitar to create an impressively lyrical and textured evocation of life in pre-industrial America. By turns playful and melancholy, this brief score manages to evoke the vast emotional panorama of Peckinpah's underrated but deeply personal feature. Richard Gillis' folksy performance of the main title theme "Tomorrow Is the Song I Sing" and stars Jason Robards and Stella Stevens' rendition of "Butterfly Mornin's" further underscore the music's weathered, lived-in charms. Essential listening for Goldsmith aficionados.


Born: February 10, 1929 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

For over four decades, Jerry Goldsmith ranked among the film and television industry's most highly-regarded and prolific composers; at the peak of his activity during the 1960s, he was estimated to have scored an average of about six films annually. Born in Los Angeles on February 10, 1929, Goldsmith studied music at the University of Southern California, and after accepting a job as an office clerk at CBS television later graduated to the network's music department in 1950. There he composed themes...
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