Ghostbusters (Original Motion Picture Score, Remastered) Elmer Bernstein
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- Elmer Bernstein (1922 - 2004):
- 1Ghostbusters Theme03:02
- 5The Best One in Your Row01:08
- 6Get Her!02:04
- 8Dana's Theme03:32
- 9Fridge and Sign01:59
- 12Dana's Apartment01:39
- 13Same Problem01:10
- 14We Got One02:06
- 15Zuul Part 100:46
- 16Meeting 100:36
- 17I Respect You00:57
- 18Who Brought the Dog00:58
- 19Zuul Part 204:17
- 20Steel Drum01:28
- 21Cross Rip02:18
- 23Judgment Day01:19
- 28Meeting 201:13
- 32Let's Go01:15
- 33We're Going to Save the World01:27
- 34Mr. Stay Puft00:34
- 35Final Battle01:33
- 37Zuul (Album Version)03:13
Info for Ghostbusters (Original Motion Picture Score, Remastered)
Sony Music Classical are celebrating the 35th anniversary of Ivan Reitman 1984 blockbuster film Ghostbusters.
One of the seminal action comedies of the 1980s, Ghostbusters teamed together three of television’s greatest improvisational comedy geniuses – Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis – in a story about three failed parapsychology professors in New York who, after losing funding for their scientifically-debatable experiments, set themselves up as paranormal investigators catching and containing all manner of spectral nasties across the Big Apple. Things get a little more serious, however, when professional cellist Dana Barrett (Sigourney Weaver) contacts the trio after having a strange experience with her refrigerator, and before long they are knee deep in a fight to save the world from an ancient Sumerian god who may be trying to bring about the apocalypse. The film co-starred Rick Moranis, Ernie Hudson and Annie Potts, and was directed by Ivan Reitman, hot from his success with the comedies Meatballs and Stripes a few years before.
Of the 35th anniversary edition, Peter Bernstein says, “As one of the original orchestrators on Ghostbusters, it has been very satisfying and also very moving to work on this soundtrack release 35 years down the road. It is a great movie with great music and we had a whole lot of fun creating it. I am very pleased to see it released in its original form.
In the history of film music, Elmer Bernstein (1922-2004) is among the iconic and the legendary. With a career that spanned an unparalleled 5 decades, he composed more than 150 original movie scores and nearly 80 for television, creating some of the most recognizable and memorable themes in Hollywood history: the driving jazz of The Man With the Golden Arm, the rousing Western anthem of The Magnificent Seven, the lyrical and quietly moving music of To Kill a Mockingbird, and the jaunty, nose-thumbing march of The Great Escape. His impact is still felt, and his presence still missed, by moviemakers and moviegoers alike.
was a composer for film and television, who was known for music to Ghostbusters (1984), Devil in a Blue Dress (1995), Michael Jackson: Thriller (1983), Twilight (1998), Wild Wild West (1999), Trading Places (1983), My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown (1989), Far from Heaven (2002), The Grifters (1990), An American Werewolf in London (1981), Animal House (1978).
Elmer Bernstein’s life could have been set to music, and for many, it was. Affable, fearless and genuine, the man behind the music that has already surpassed the test of time was a man with a golden touch. His contribution to film music is celebrated. His contribution to new generations of aspiring musicians continues. His exuberance for life is still felt. In the history of film music, Elmer Bernstein (1922-2004) is among the iconic and the legendary. With a career that spanned an unparalleled 5 decades, he composed more than 150 original movie scores and nearly 80 for television, creating some of the most recognizable and memorable themes in Hollywood history: the driving jazz of The Man With the Golden Arm, the rousing Western anthem of The Magnificent Seven, the lyrical and quietly moving music of To Kill a Mockingbird, and the jaunty, thumb-nosing march of The Great Escape. His impact is still felt, and his presence still missed, by moviemakers and moviegoers alike.
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