Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass - Theme From "Close Encounters Of The Third Kind" / San Francisco (You Have Got Me) download mp3 album
Since Close Encounters was filmed anamorphically, the visual effects sequences were shot on 70 mm film to better conform with the 35 mm film used for the rest of the movie . Although not included on the original soundtrack album, a 7" single of a disco treatment of the five-note motif, titled, "Theme from Close Encounters of the Third Kind", was included with the album as a free bonus item. Despite being a giveaway, Billboard chart rules at that time allowed the single itself to chart, and it peaked at on the US Billboard Hot 100 in March 1978.
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In ufology, a close encounter is an event in which a person witnesses an unidentified flying object. Categories beyond Hynek's original three have been added by others but have not gained universal acceptance, mainly because they lack the scientific rigor that Hynek aimed to bring to ufology.
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The Close Encounters score was a masterful mixture of eerie suspense and tremendous emotive bombast, complete with hair-raising moments and the great, big playful musical conversation between the mothership and the humans. Although the soundtrack album was a shoddy affair - poorly mixed and sequenced, and missing most of the conversations - the music portions remain essential.
With the startling hit that opens the film and the CD ( Opening: Let There Be Light ) we are instantly aware that things aren’t going to be wine and roses. Roy’s First Encounter gives us what could be considered classic Williams: a chase scene with swirling strings. When the spaceships disappear from view and we see little Barry running in the road, the low-end bass is almost the calm before the storm, before a flourish of strings is heard when Roy almost runs into Barry. No Williams score would be complete without a motif or two, and amidst all the atonality it is easy to recognize several themes.
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