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Known for his sweeping orchestral landscapes as well as wistful romantic themes and cosmopolitan finesse, French film composer Maurice Jarre provided the scores for such celebrated epics as Lawrence of Arabia (1962), Doctor Zhivago (1965), and A Passage to India (1984), all three of which were Academy Award winners for best score. With its memorable melody, recurring presence in the film, and Jarre's use of a distinctive 110-member orchestra featuring 24 balalaikas, Doctor Zhivago 's "Lara's Theme" became an enduring movie anthem; it was made into a U.S. Top Ten hit by Ray Conniff and a U.K. Top 20 charter for the Mike Sammes Singers with the addition of lyrics by Paul Frances Webster, both of them under the title "Somewhere My Love." The Doctor Zhivago score also resulted in Jarre's lone Grammy. Not restricted to historical dramas, and helping to usher in the use of electronics in scoring, he also composed the music for movies spanning the thriller Witness (1985), comedy-drama Dead Poet's Society (1989), and the romantic fantasy Ghost (1991), winning BAFTAs for the former two. I Dreamed of Africa, Jarre's final score for a theatrical release, premiered in 2000, nine years before his death from cancer at his home in Los Angeles.

Born Maurice-Alexis Jarre in 1924 in Lyon, France, Jarre was enrolled as an engineering student at the Sorbonne when he broke with expectations and instead entered the Conservatoire de Paris as a percussionist studying composition. After getting his professional start as musical director of the Théâtre National Populaire, he composed his first film score for the short Hôtel des Invalides in 1951. He worked mostly on short films through the mid-'50s before graduating to primarily full-length features by the end of the decade, when he began to attract international attention and assignments from British and American directors. His first Hollywood film, Crack in the Mirror, was produced by Darryl Zanuck for Twentieth Century Fox and released in 1960.

Jarre's first major international success came with British director David Lean's 1962 epic Lawrence of Arabia. Comprising the composer's appropriately ambitious, soaring orchestral score featuring uncommon instruments like early electronic device ondes Martenot and the ancient stringed instrument cithara, the soundtrack album just missed topping the American LP charts. When the film swept the Academy Awards in 1963, Jarre received his first Oscar for best original score. The following year, he was nominated for best adapted score for the French film Sundays and Cybèle. He repeated his success with Lawrence of Arabia by scoring Lean's next mammoth production, Doctor Zhivago (1965). Again, he won the best original score Oscar; the soundtrack album, helped by Ray Conniff's Top Ten vocal recording of "Lara's Theme" under the title "Somewhere, My Love" (with lyrics by Paul Frances Webster), topped the U.S. charts and went gold. A Grammy for Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Show followed in 1967 alongside nominations for Album of the Year, Best Instrumental Performance (Other Than Jazz), and Song of the Year (with Webster).

Jarre had his third soundtrack album in the charts in March 1967 with Grand Prix, the music for director John Frankenheimer's 1966 racing film, which spent more than six months among the LP best-sellers, and though the disappointing critical response to David Lean's 1970 effort Ryan's Daughter probably cost Jarre another Oscar nomination, the soundtrack album did get onto the charts and garnered a Grammy nomination for best original score. He did receive Oscar nominations for The Life & Times of Judge Roy Bean in 1973 (for original song "Marmalade, Molasses & Honey," with lyricists Marilyn & Alan Bergman) and The Message in 1977 (for his score). Some other highlights of his work in the '70s included director John Huston's The Man Who Would Be King and Elia Kazan and Harold Pinter's adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Last Tycoon. Jarre eventually won a third Academy Award for his music for David Lean's return to filmmaking and final work, 1984's A Passage to India. Based on a play that was in turn based on the E.M. Forster novel of the same name, that film also resulted in his first BAFTA nomination for score. The 1980s proved to be even busier for Jarre than the '70s had been, and he adapted to the expanded opportunities offered by technological innovations, composing and performing electronic music for Peter Weir's The Year of Living Dangerously (1983) and Witness (1985). The latter earned him a second BAFTA win and seventh Oscar nomination, while Jarre's music for Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985) produced a soundtrack album that reached the Top 40. He followed it with work on films such as the jungle adventure The Mosquito Coast (1986) and high-voltage thriller Fatal Attraction (1987) before receiving an eighth Academy Award nomination for the Dian Fossey biopic Gorillas in the Mist (1988). Jarre won his third of three BAFTAs for 1989's Dead Poet's Society and his final Oscar nomination for the next year's Ghost.

The composer slowed his busy pace after turning 70 in 1994, only scoring a half-dozen more features, among them the World War II-era romance A Walk in the Clouds (1995) and the Kenya-set I Dream of Africa (2000). His final film, a World War II made-for-TV movie titled Uprising, aired in 2001. Maurice Jarre died at home of cancer on March 28, 2009. Among his survivors were his two sons, electronic music pioneer Jean-Michel Jarre and screenwriter/actor Kevin Jarre. ~ Marcy Donelson

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Unchained Melody [From Ghost]

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Unchained Melody: Ghost the Musical

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Release Date: June 11, 2012

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10 Songs That Have Become Synonymous With Specific Movies

  • Songs in movies can create strong associations and bring forth images from the film they were featured in.
  • Songs used in movies are different from scores, which are orchestral arrangements composed specifically for the film.
  • Some songs, like "All Star," "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'," and "Hooked On A Feeling," are strongly associated with the movies they were featured in and have benefited both the film and the artist who performed the song.

A song can mark a memorable moment in a movie, and the right music can cause an irreversible connection between the two. A song can earn its association with a movie for various reasons . For example, it could add atmosphere to a montage or fight sequence, but sometimes a piece can be performed by the characters themselves. Regardless of how the song works its way into the fabric of a film, hearing it can often bring forth images from the movie in which it was featured. There are even movies where the soundtrack is the best part of the production.

Songs used in movies are not the same thing as a score , which is bespoke and often orchestral arrangements that have been composed to augment large portions of the film in question. It's not unheard of for a song to be written to be used in a specific movie. However, many of the best cinematic moments involve a song that pre-dates the movie in which it appears.

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"all star" by smash mouth, shrek (2001).

Release Date 2001-05-18

Director Vicky Jenson, Andrew Adamson

Cast Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz, Eddie Murphy, John Lithgow

Genres Family, Animation, Comedy, Adventure, Fantasy

A fresh take on the fairytale genre, Shrek opens up with a bait-and-switch from dreamy strings to late-90s pop-rock. "All Star" sets the backdrop for Shrek's morning routine of bathing in mud and brushing his teeth with similarly vile substances. The tone and lyrical content of the song suit the scene well, unintentionally chronicling how content the title character is with being alone.

Smash Mouth released "All Star" in 1999. So, given the length of time it takes to make CGI movies like Shrek , the movie was likely in production long before then. The inclusion of the song benefited not only the movie, but also Smash Mouth's career. As a result, "All Star" isn't just strongly associated with Shrek , but rather the band as a whole. Part of the reason for this was the movie's huge success, along with the fact that Smash Mouth also contributed a cover of The Monkees' "I'm a Believer" for the movie's closing sequence .

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Top gun (1986).

Release Date 1986-05-16

Director Tony Scott

Cast Val Kilmer, Kelly McGillis, Tom Skerritt, Tom Cruise, Anthony Edwards

Genres Drama, Action

"You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" didn't need a single note of the original recording in order to play a part in one of cinema's most iconic musical moments . Instead, Tom Cruise's a cappella performance as Maverick for Kelly McGillis' Charlotte Blackwood takes center stage . The Top Gun scene hits its crescendo as the rest of the bar's partons lend their voices to the rendition. Maverick's ploy is successful, and Charlotte asks him to sit with her following the display.

"Danger Zone" is another song that has become strongly associated with Top Gun .

"Hooked On A Feeling" By Blue Swede

Guardians of the galaxy (2014), guardians of the galaxy.

Release Date 2014-08-01

Director James Gunn

Cast Djimon Hounsou, Benicio Del Toro, Michael Rooker, Bradley Cooper, Lee Pace, Zoe Saldana, Karen Gillan, Glenn Close, Chris Pratt2, John C. Reilly, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel

Blue Swede's 1974 hit is used in James Gunn's first MCU movie, and the upbeat feel of the track juxtaposes the misery of Peter Quill and his fellow Guardians as they're processed by Nova Corps prison guards. Guardians has a carefully curated soundtrack that also serves as Quill's mixtape that he received from his mother as a child. "Hooked on a Feeling" is one of the more memorable songs to feature in the movie, but not just because of its placement. The energetic chanting in the song's introduction makes it stand out from the crowd too.

"Hooked on a Feeling" is a cover of a 1968 song by B.J. Thomas.

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"send me on my way" by rusted roots, matilda (1996).

Release Date 1996-06-28

Director Danny DeVito

Cast Pam Ferris, Danny DeVito, Mara Wilson

Genres Family, Comedy

Considering how short and simple the pancake scene is in Matilda , it stands above the rest as one of the most iconic parts of the movie. This could arguably be due to Matilda's culinary prowess being accompanied by Rusted Roots' "Send Me on My Way." Its repetitive lyrical content and the unorthodox vocal style of Michael Glabicki make the song a difficult one to forget, and the memorable image of freshly made pancakes has locked the piece into the minds of many.

"Send Me On My Way" was also used in 2002's Ice Age , a movie with which the song is also commonly associated.

"Afternoon Delight" By Starlight Vocal Band

Anchorman: the legend of ron burgundy (2004), anchorman: the legend of ron burgundy.

Release Date 2004-07-09

Director Adam McKay

Cast Paul Rudd, Steve Carell, Will Ferrell, David Koechner, Christina Applegate

Genres Comedy

When Ron Burgundy's news team asked him what love is in this 2004 cult classic, they were obviously aware of the possibility of him giving his answer in the form of a song. The rest of the Anchorman stars quickly join in with Ron to create a four-part harmony , impressively performing an a cappella version of Starlight Vocal Band's, "Afternoon Delight." The numerous deceptions regarding when the performance is over keep the audience on its toes as well as adding to the comedy of the scene. Starlight Vocal Band may have performed the original, but Will Ferrell and company make the song their own in the scene.

Will Ferrell often does his own singing in movies, including an operatic rendition of Andrea Bocceli's "Por Ti Volaré" in 2008's Step Brothers .

"Eye Of The Tiger" By Survivor

Rocky iii (1982).

The go-to song for a training montage tends to be Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger" due to its hugely influential use during Rocky III . The piece was written to be the theme song of the 1982 Sylvester Stallone movie , and the synergy between both parties helped elevate their respective levels of success. The song is very relevant to what's happening on screen, but that makes sense when it's considered why it was created in the first place.

"Unchained Melody" By The Righteous Brothers

Ghost (1990).

Mentioning the movie Ghost brings to mind the same scene for many , and part of the reason is the perfection of the song that was chosen to play alongside it. Although "Unchained Melody" is actually playing within the world of the movie , it eventually transitions into being the soundtrack for the famous love scene between Patrick Swayze's Sam Wheat and Demi Moore's Molly Jenson.

"Sunflower" By Post Malone And Swae Lee

Spider-man: into the spider-verse (2018).

A movie character singing along to a song is bound to draw attention to the piece, which is what happens in Into the Spider-Verse . Miles Morales, voiced by Shameik Moore, is shown trying his best to rap along to "Sunflower," but not quite being able to get the words right. The relatable performance of "Sunflower" helps solidify the song's presence in the world of the show, with the Post Malone and Swae Lee effort perfectly fitting the vibe of the movie.

"Stuck In The Middle With You" By Stealers Wheel

Reservoir dogs (1992), reservoir dogs.

Release Date 1992-10-09

Director Quentin Tarantino

Cast Quentin Tarantino, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Chris Penn, Steve Buscemi, Harvey Keitel

Genres Thriller, Crime

A torture scene can be a difficult thing to forget, which is especially true when it's paired with an inappropriately joyous 1972 pop song. This was what Quentin Tarantino did in his debut as a professional director, which created an immovable link between Reservoir Dogs and the Steelers Wheel hit. Tarantino has always had a unique approach to film music , opting to soundtrack his films with songs rather than a traditional score. The use of this technique in Reservoir Dogs contributed to his impressive streak of success and was one of the best uses of music in a Tarantino movie .

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"you've got a friend in me" by randy newman, toy story (1995).

Release Date 1995-11-22

Director John Lasseter

Cast Tim Allen, Jim Varney, Don Rickles, Tom Hanks, Annie Potts

Main Genre Animation

Randy Newman's musical footprint was instrumental in establishing the success of this Pixar franchise. The veteran musician was not only responsible for writing the movie's orchestral scores, but also for every song that appears in Toy Story . Of these pieces, the very first to rear its head is the most memorable. "You've Got a Friend In Me" has become a companionship anthem , inspired by the platonic love that exists between Andy and Woody. This piece of music sets the tone for the movie's opening sequence, as well as becoming forever associated with not just the film, but the Toy Story franchise at large.

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    A lovely classic from Ghost on the #piano: Unchained Melody by the Righteous Brothers! Check this link:

  18. Unchained Melody

    Origin of song In 1954, Alex North was contracted to compose the score for the prison film Unchained (released in 1955). North had a melody he had written in the 1930s and composed and recorded the score when he was asked to write a song based upon the movie's theme. [10] North asked Hy Zaret to write the lyrics.

  19. Unchained Melody (From "Ghost") (Orchestral Version)

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  20. Misc Soundtrack

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  21. Hy Zaret

    Hy Zaret. Soundtrack: Ghost. Academy Award-nominated songwriter and lyricist ("Unchained Melody", 1955, with composer Alex North for the film "Unchained") and attorney, educated at West Virginia University and the Brooklyn Law School (LL.B). He practised law for several years, then joined the United States Army in World War II, serving in the Special Services where he wrote special material ...

  22. Unchained Melody (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

    Listen to Unchained Melody (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - EP by Mythos 'N DJ Cosmo, Alex North, Hy Zaret, Alex Kilb, Ingo Kunzi & Thomas Godel on Apple Music. 1999. 5 Songs. ... Unchained Melody (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - EP Mythos 'N DJ Cosmo, Alex North, Hy Zaret, Alex Kilb, Ingo Kunzi, Thomas Godel. DANCE · 1999 Preview ...

  23. 10 Songs That Have Become Synonymous With Specific Movies

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