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Jean-Baptiste Martin

Jean-Baptiste Martin

Founder of JHFM / Webmaster

Posts By Jean-Baptiste Martin

THE ROCKETEER, EXPANDED RELEASE BY INTRADA

June 28, 2016 | | 1736 Views

Exactly 25 years after its release, Intrada gives us great pleasure in publishing an extended edition of The Rocketeer. The original album was released in 1991 by Holywood Records. This new edition offers an additional 24 minutes spread over 13 … Read More

FOND MEMORIES – EPISODE 6: 1982-1984 – JERRY GOLDSMITH AND STAR TREK

June 25, 2016 | | 1484 Views 2

This episode focuses on Star Trek II and III and Jerry Goldsmith’s influence on the early stages of James Horner’s career. If you have information that could supplement this episode, please do not hesitate to contact us.   This episode … Read More

IT’S LOGICAL – EPISODE 3: MAGICAL ENCOUNTERS

June 24, 2016 | | 1267 Views 1

"It's logical" is a series of articles about the logical construction, the coherence, the visual, narrative, symbolic and emotional dimensions of the many and significant allusions and quotes that James Horner always peppered his work with.     Beyond the … Read More

IT’S LOGICAL – EPISODE 2: FAREWELLS AND REUNIONS

June 23, 2016 | | 1093 Views 4

"It's logical" is a series of articles about the logical construction, the coherence, the visual, narrative, symbolic and emotional dimensions of the many and significant allusions and quotes that James Horner always peppered his work with.     Although it’ … Read More

THE 33, JAMES HORNER’S HYMN TO JOY

June 22, 2016 | | 1182 Views 3

Imagine that the tragic June 22, 2015 tragedy never took place. Would the response to Southpaw and The 33 by critics, listeners and fans have been different? Southpaw is about a man’s difficult road to redemption after the death of … Read More

FOND MEMORIES – EPISODE 5: 1981-1983 – SIX TWO-HOUR TV MOVIES

June 21, 2016 | | 1048 Views 3

This episode takes a look at the six TV movies James Horner scored between 1981 and 1983, and covers the following scores: Angel Dusted (1981) A Few Days In Weasel Creek (1981) PK and The Kid (1982) A Piano For … Read More

REMEMBRANCE WEEK 2016: INFORMATION FOR ADMIRERS OF THE MUSIC OF JAMES HORNER

June 20, 2016 | | 1228 Views 6

Courtesy of Universal Music Dear readers, For some weeks now you may have noticed the absence of new articles published on the site. This is due to several reasons: – Writing is a lengthy and convoluted process, especially if the … Read More

EXCLUSIVE: A CD FOR JAMES HORNER’S COLLAGE

June 2, 2016 | | 2197 Views 2

It has been a year now that so many of you have inquired about a release of Collage. We just received information that it will be physically released this fall. We cannot tell you more because the record label naturally … Read More

HOLLYWOOD IN VIENNA CONCERT BLU-RAY RELEASED BY VARESE SARABANDE

April 29, 2016 | | 1392 Views 7

When we published our 2013 article on the James Horner Symposium in Vienna, our readers asked us to provide the entire video of the event. We chose not to do so out of respect for the event organizers and also … Read More

FIRST TRAILER OF THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

April 20, 2016 | | 1979 Views 4

Finally, these are the first images of The Magnificent Seven, the last film with music by James Horner. Directed by Antoine Fuqua (Southpaw) the film features Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt.   James Horner composed the music shortly before his … Read More