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Ghost (Silver Screen Edition)

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Album Review

A collection of pop songs and incidental music used in the romantic fantasy film, the soundtrack to Ghost is a haphazard affair. Certainly "Unchained Medley," which is featured so prominently in the film, is a joy, as are some of the instrumental incidental pieces, but the whole album doesn't make for a cohesive listening experience.

Customer Reviews

Unchained Melody

You would think that this version would be able to be bought without buying this music soundtrack. This is the bestt version of this song on Itunes. Whats up with this album only stipulation. Bunch of junk.

Very Disappointed

I am so disappointed that you have to purchase the album to get 1 ringtone of the version of Unchained Melody. Not very customer service oriented.

One of the Greats!

Though it's based around the love theme "Unchained Melody" (the song you'd probably want to get), this wonderful soundtrack is sprinkled with suspense, humor, and accompaniment to the movie that would put more than a tear in your eye. I highly recommend this fantastically composed score to one of the most famous love stories of all time.

Biography

Born: September 13, 1924 in Lyon, France

Genre: Soundtrack

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

Film music composer Maurice Jarre attended the University of Lyons, then went to Paris, where he studied engineering at the Sorbonne before entering the Paris Conservatoire to study composition and percussion. He became musical director of the Théâtre National Populaire and composed his first film score for the short Hôtel des Invalides in 1951. He worked mostly on short films through the mid-'50s before graduating to mostly full-length features in the late '50s. By the early '60s, he had begun to...
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