IN THE MUSIC OF JOHN CARPENTER

THIS IS MY MUSICAL RECAP ABOUT JOHN CARPENTER MUSIC IN THE YEARS

IN THE MUSIC OF JOHN CARPENTER

LATELY SPEAKING ABOUT JOHN CARPENTER MEANS MUSIC, THE LAST WORK A DEBUT STUDIO “LOST THEMES “(SACRED BONE RECORDS) WAS PUBLISHED ONE YEAR AGO , AND WAS ABOUT MUSIC NOT TURN IN TO SOME SOUNDTRACKS;MUSIC PERFORMED BY HIM; HIS SON CODY AND FRIEND DANIEL DAVIES. TO TELL THE TRUTH ABOUT THIS ALBUM I LOVED JUST VORTEX,WRAITH and NIGHT 3 over 9 ,I GREW UP WITH ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK SO I THINK THIS IS NORMAL…I CAN’T LEAVE THIS CLICHE’..(FOR ME VORTEX IS AMAZING) HOWEVER…ENJOY THIS GREATEST HITS( I TRY TO BE UNEXPECTED) FOR UNDERSTAND THE GENIUS ON THE BACKGROUND.

 

 

THE HATEFUL THING

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From John Carpenter’s THE THING Soundtrack composed by ENNIO MORRICONE , 3 tracks ETERNITY,BESTIALITY and DESPAIR(Discovering the flying saucer scene from the Thing) used on Quentin Tarantino’s HATEFUL EIGHT .

Remastered version by Larry Hopkins from THE THING  Soundtrack BSXCD 8895

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LOST AND FOUND SOUNDTRACKS : THE LOVELY BONES

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THE LOVELY BONES Some Of The Unreleased Soundtrack


SMALL CRAFT ON A MILK SEA – COMPLEX HEAVEN – EMERALD AND STONE

BRIAN ENO From the Album SMALL CRAFT ON A MILK SEA

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BRIAN ENO From AMBIENT 1: MUSIC FOR AIRPORTS

THE THIRD UNCLE

BRIAN ENO From TAKING TIGER MOUNTAIN BY STRATEGY

THE BIG SHIP

BRIAN ENO From ANOTHER GREEN WORLD

THE FIRST LIGHT

BRIAN ENO HAROLD BUDD From AMBIENT 2 THE PLATEAUX OF MIRROR

ALICE

COCTEAU TWINS From VIOLALINE Disc Four of 4AD ‎– CT BOX 2 EP Box Set LULLABIES TO VIOLALINE

SONG TO THE SIREN

THIS MORTAL COIL From 4AD IT WILL END IN TEARS

CELTIC SWING

VAN MORRISON From INARTICULATE SPEECH OF THE HEART

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SOME EXHIBIT HAD DISPLAY WORKS OF MINE (2011-2016)

RECAP

    IO ESPONGO XIV  20 APRIL 2011

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“THE BLEEDING LADY”

IO ESPONGO XVII MARCH 2014

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PHOT’OUT FOTOGRAFIA CINEMATICA – BIBLIOTECA NATALIA GINZBURG TORINO JULY 2014

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PARATISSIMA #10 November 2014 N.I.C.E “ALTROVE”

Special Project

 

PARATISSIMA #11 November 2015 N.I.C.E “CITTA’ESPANSA”

Special Project

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IO ESPONGO XVIII 6 DECEMBER 2015 – MARCH 2016

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THE WAVE“The Wave”

To Be Continued… –つづく…

 
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VOL 86(2005) FROM ASC CLOSE UP-BEST PROFESSIONAL ADVICE RECAP

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From ASC CLOSE UP american-cinematographer-logo Vol 86(2005)

What’s The Best Professional Advice you’ve received?

GERALD PENNY FINNERMAN , ASC

Harry Stardling Said to me ,”Make Everyone on the set like you.The Rest will be easy for you.Remember that.”

TONY ASKINS , ASC

Philip Lathrop said “Always be on time,dress nicely,leave your ego home,treat everyone equally and with respect,and always be positive,no matter how hard it gets”

STEPHEN LIGHTHILL , ASC

Experienced filmmakers always reminded me to wear comfortable shoes while shooting.They were right, and they inspired in me a lifelong love of good shoes

ISIDORE MANKOFSKY , ASC

Be bold, and take chances-Advice I have not always followed,much to my regret. Also,following your intuition is usually the smart thing to do.

RUSS ALSOBROOK , ASC

“Tell the story and make your stars look great.”

JON FAUER , ASC

“The only reason to be late for a call is being dead.” This was drilled in to me by Mel London or Freddie Young, BSC

DON McCUAIG , ASC

While shooting newsreel for the Canadian Broadcast Corporation , producer Allan Clapp told me I should analyze every frame of film or videotape I shot.It has been tremendous help .Also ,Woody Omens, ASC told us at Panavision workshop that it was important to examine laserdisc,freeze a perfect frame, and dissect the lighting.What a Great gift.Other important advice was three words: “Prep,Prep,Prep”

LEVIE ISAACKS , ASC

I Was told that Hollywood was a work-ethic town:do the work the very best you can and that will count the most.I have found it to be true.

DENIS LENOIR , ASC

“But Denis,This is flat! That was said by corporate-movie director(and former cinematographer) Georges Pessis on my first day with him,after I had lit part of a Nestlè factory with a few Mini-Brutes and Redheads.It just blew my mind:light could be flat and therefore also not flat”

RICHARD EDLUND , ASC

Don’t Look Back : Bob Dylan

HENNER HOFMANN , ASC

Gabriel Figueroa, AMC told me one day, “Your Negative needs to look like an avocado skin, not like a light onion skin.” I found that to be exquisite advice for both cinematographers and chefs.

RALPH WOOLSEY , ASC

“Never Look Back.”- Karl Freund

To Be Continued… –つづく…

 

MONET @ TORINO

“..Sponsored by the City of Turin and Skira editore, the exhibition will be held at GAM – Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea of Turin, whose long-standing collaboration with the Musée d’Orsay has made it possible to bring forty of Monet’s masterpieces to the Piedmont capital..”

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CLAUDE MONET

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La Pie [La Gazza]

La Pie [La Gazza]

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SINCE VOL. 85 ASC CLOSE UP – BEST PROFESSIONAL ADVICE RECAP

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From ASC CLOSE UP american-cinematographer-logo Vol 85(2004) 

What’s The Best Professional Advice you’ve received?

ROY H.WAGNER , ASC

It Was Actually given by Ansel Adams.He Suggested that I previsualize in my head what I wanted an Image to look like and then determine what I needed technically to achieve that.That one piece of advice is the basic principle that has allowed me to be considered a very fast cinematographer

AMY VINCENT , ASC

I was Working as an assistant for Bob Richardson ,ASC, and he came to see my AFI Thesis Film.The Next day ,on set, he announced to everyone that it was my last day working for him.Then he told me that my lighting should never get too complicated and he pushed me out the door!

BILL DILL , ASC

Look at the big picture,and ask yourself, “What Made me want ot shoot this movie in the first place?” Don’t let your role sink into mere execution.Every Choice should have a specific,identifiable,underlying philosophical basis in the story.However , be careful with this.As soon as the basis becomes apparent to the audience ,you’ve moved into their consciousness.Our work has its greatest effect on the unconscious emotional involvement the audience has with the movie. The way I put this to my students is , ” Never let your metaphor become a metafive”

GEORGE SPIRO DIBE , ASC

I never forgot Jimmy Wong  Howe telling me , ‘Don’t screw with your negative’. He did not believe in putting a diffusion glass that cost a few dollars over a lens that had cost thousands.He also said, ‘We never make mistakes’.

ROBERT F. LIU , ASC

James Wong Howe told me once that no one can make every scene a masterpiece,but if you can make one scene or one shot outstanding within the whole picture,you have achieved uniqueness in your work with a trademark.

ANDY LASZLO , ASC

Learn what’s important to put up a fight for,and know when to say no

RON GARCIA , ASC

From Alfred Hitchcock : ” Stay out of Jail

OWEN ROIZMAN , ASC

Pay Attention and follow you Heart.That came from me.

DARYN OKADA, ASC

Trust your eye and not the light meter

CURTIS CLARK , ASC

Years Ago,Allen Daviau advised me to include commercials in my work as a  cinematographer.This is was great advice,and I have followed it

MICHAEL GOI , ASC

Always tell the truth.Say what you really believe.Telling people what you think they want to hear doesn’t you or them.Also,always photograph your lead actress like she’s your lover,but don’t date her.

RICHARD KLINE , ASC

From Harry Stradling: Make Sure that somewhere in each frame there is a proper exposure!

To Be Continued… –つづく…