Jaws by John Williams

Jaws
1975
Film and TV

John Williams
Film and TV
Born: 8 February 1932, New York, United States
Nationality: American

Williams is a composer, pianist, and conductor regarded as the greatest film score composer of all time. He has composed some of the most popular, critically acclaimed, and most recognizable film scores in cinematic history and won 25 Grammy Awards, 7 British Academy Awards, 5 Academy Awards, and 4 Golden Globe Awards. Williams’ film scores include Star Wars, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, Schindler’s List, Jurassic Park, and Indiana Jones

12 thoughts on “Jaws by John Williams

      1. I actually collected the sound tracks for the last three Star Wars movies, even though i do not care for the movies themselves, and will not buy them under any circumstances. The musical score John Williams wrote for them is awesome. 🤓

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              1. I like to watch classic tv shows from the 60’s, 70’s 80′ s and 90’s as opposed to what is being produced today. The stories are better, actually make sense and the characters have more depth and are more realistic making it easier to suspend my belief system and enjoy the adventure. I also perfer the horror movies made in the 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s for the samd reason. Happy Thanksgiving! 🤓

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                1. Hope you Thanks Giving was a good one. I couldn’t agree more with what you are saying, I like the older stuff too. One of my first horror memories was Quatermass – still one of my faves now. Late 70’s, I think. Probably more sci-fi thriller than horror but at the time scared the living stuff out of me.

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