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THE RED CANVAS – James Peterson

May 8, 2009 Leave a comment

Original Review by Jonathan Broxton

When you hear as many film scores as I do, it’s remarkably easy to become jaded. The same old composers write the same old music for the same old films in the same old style; there is so little innovation or originality these days in the mainstream film music world that listening to the most banal new releases becomes more of a chore than a pleasure, something to be endured rather than embraced. It is for this reason that scores like The Red Canvas must be embraced and celebrated, and why young, massively talented composers like James Peterson need to be lauded; debuts as good as this don’t come along very often. Read more…