Yep, I felt that it was one of the best pieces in the show, well slowness and emotional wise.
But the soundtrack just featured songs from series 1 and 2 (correct me if I am wrong) and the music changed and changed through series 4 and 5 and eventually when the show kind of started a fresh as you might say in series 6, the music completely turned and a whole new soundtrack was written! I was surprised Simon Brint wrote the series 6/7 music! I thought he might have left, the series 6/7 music was nowhere near as good as the series 1/2 music, so I feel it is best to sacrifice one song (used for the final scene) for the entire incredible original soundtrack
I know what you mean, Maddie. I get so involved in the story that the music really is just in the background (as it should be). I tend to only notice the music when I remember to actually pay attention to it, or if I'm in another room for a moment, away from the action, so to speak. Do love listening to the cd in the car though.
Post by ilovemotgtobits on Oct 17, 2007 5:52:56 GMT
Hmm, i haven't bought the CD but i especially like the song in the very last episode ni the very last few moments when hector is there (he looks like he's put on quite a bit of weight!) and its like really sad, then it matures to a really happy tune, its always so emotional. They played it in other episodes too =D
The soundtrack was released long before Series 7 - shortly after Series 2. So later stuff would not be on it, which is unfortunate for folks who came to the show later and identify more with the "Paul years" than the earlier seasons.
Post by ilovemotgtobits on Jan 12, 2008 14:35:08 GMT
Haha, erica, 'The Paul years'. I like 'The Train to Glenbogle' (well the first few bits, but it does get a tad bit annoying as it repeats itself) and 'Sally Gardens'- sad but wonderful music, i loved the music from the episodes, but the one on the soundtracks sounded a bit...off? I also liked the 'modern' addition-Duncan driving Bonnie's lament-Archie Reflects isn't bad either, its sort of a different version to the one i was describing above, a sort of sad tune, but happy?