Ep. 172 - Alan Silvestri's 'Back to the Future'
Score Cue Snapshots! • Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi, 06-Jul-2022
There is no question that Zemeckis' 1985 film is a masterpiece. After the successful collaboration between Silvestri and Zemeckis on 'Romancing the Stone', one of the main directions Silvestri received was, "It's got to be big". Boy, did we ever get one massively awesome score! Everything about the music in this film is perfection, and the theme is instantly recognizable. In our first entry into the Back to the Future trilogy, enjoy these two back-to-back cues in one of the best scenes of the film. Stay tuned for more!
Where to watch: https://letterboxd.com/film/back-to-the-future/
Listen to the score: https://music.apple.com/us/album/back-to-the-future-original-motion-picture-soundtrack/1440871200
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