Joshua Gizelt (swashbuckler332) wrote,
Joshua Gizelt
swashbuckler332

They're not dolls, they're action figures!!!


Z A C H H E N G E

My chrain worked out quite well. I didn't do any of the experimentation that one of my co-workers were suggesting (adding wasabi, that sort of thing) as I wanted to try and get the 'classic' recipe as close as possible this time around. It wasn't my grandfather's chrain, to be sure, but it was very good in its own right. It certainly worked on the gefilte fish.


I didn't get anywhere near enough sleep last night.

Urgh.

But I did get my Karate Kid box set last night. I haven't had the chance to listen to them yet. I will on the way to work... I can't believe I finally have this music. Bill Conti's score for the first film was definitely a seminal one of the 80s, almost as associated with these films as Alan Silvestri's music was to Back to the Future. And I don't want to make too much of this, but if Amblin would circumvent Universal's monolithic apathy towards their own film music and let Intrada put out the Amazing Stories, perhaps...

Wow.

The more they give me, the greedier I get.

I might have to join Scoreoholics Anonymous or something...
Tags: alan silvestri, bill conti, cinema, film music, mel brooks, movie moments
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