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  1. Ennio Morricone Regrets Not Writing Music for Clint Eastwood

    12:58 am 12/19/2014

    The legendary composer says he turned down the chance out of respect for Sergio LeoneRead more

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  2. A Tangerine Dream Conquers Television

    5:02 pm 6/24/2014

    Paul Haslinger, ex-member of the groundbreaking German band, now is composer of AMC’s new show "Halt and Catch Fire," capturing that period '80s sound. Read more

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  3. Dr. Luke, Pitbull, Pharrell, Ken Ehrlich Top Music Picks for 2015 Hollywood Walk of Fame

    12:56 pm 6/19/2014

    Will Ferrell, Snoopy, Seth MacFarlane, Sofia Vergara, Melissa McCarthy, Christoph Waltz and Ennio Morricone are also on tap for stars on fabled street.Read more

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  4. Ennio Morricone Postpones Two Events in L.A.

    10:50 am 3/12/2014

    A back operation delays the famed composer’s public conversation with Quentin Tarantino and a concert with 200 musicians and singers at the Nokia Theatre. Both had been scheduled for next week.Read more

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  5. European Film Awards: Ennio Morricone Wins Best Composer Honor

    4:30 am 10/28/2013

    "Fill The Void," "Anna Karenina" and "The Great Beauty" are among the other tech winners for this year's European Film Awards.Read more

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  6. 'Star Wars' Theme Tops U.K. Ranking of Favorite Movie Soundtracks

    4:17 am 9/27/2013

    "The Good, The Bad And The Ugly," "Vertigo" and Hans Zimmer's "Dark Knight Rises Suite" also rank in the top 10 of the BBC poll.Read more

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  7. Metallica: Through the Never: Toronto Review

    5:12 pm 9/12/2013

    The thrash metal overlords star in a head-banging, ear-bashing, sense-swamping 3D concert film with added horror elements.Read more

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  8. Marco Beltrami's 'World War Z' Score: Pig Skulls and Emergency Sirens

    5:30 pm 6/21/2013

    The composer deconstructs his music for the Brad Pitt zombie odyssey.Read more

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  9. Italian Composer Ennio Morricone: I'll Never Work With Tarantino Again

    7:43 am 3/15/2013

    The 84-year-old conductor, who has worked with the "Django Unchained" director on four films, says he uses music "without coherence." Read more

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