Greig McRitchie (1914-1997) is best known for being an orchestrator in many soundtracks such as the famous Conan, Krull, Aliens, An American Tail, The Land Before Time, Dances With Wolves, Starship Troopers… He was also a composer for films and television, especially in the 60s and 70s, where he worked on projects as diverse as Charlie's Angels, Dynasty, Starsky & Hutch, and The Love Boat.
Source : Variety
Fond Memories is our step-by-step overview of James Horner’s career. We aim for it to be as comprehensive as possible. If you have additional information that is relevant to this episode, please do not hesitate to contact us. This seventh episode covers the year 1983 and especially Brainstorm and Krull, two early highlights of James Horner’s career. This episode covers the following scores: Krull (1983) Brainstorm (1983) The success of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (see episode 6) and 48 HRS, the two movies entrusted to the young James Horner by Joel Sill, vice-president of Paramount Pictures’ music department, were seminal influences in
Many thanks to Regina Fake, for giving us the opportunity to write this article in the best possible conditions. “There is no such thing as an absolute masterpiece. For my part, I like Cocoon, In Country and The Spitfire Grill very much indeed.” James Horner – 1998. We can never be sufficiently grateful to Douglass Fake and Roger Feigelson for finally releasing such a favourite Horner score, for which a place in our CD shelves had been reserved for a long time. For two decades we were certain that the brilliant music of Norman Jewison’s film deserved an album release. Intrada’s