Shame. David Arnold, more than any other composer, truly captured the essence of John Barry's classic style. All the others seemed to feel the need to abandon the tradition in favor the style of music "popular" for the times. (And Monty Norman barely had
a score for Dr. No
Barry was timeless. And Arnold retained that quality, for the most part: the brass, the stings, the style
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