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Even though John Williams won the Golden globe for Best Original Score - Motion Picture, Santaolalla won his Golden Globe for Best Original Song - Motion Picture. Please, stop deleting that. official nominaitons - official results. Mariano(t/c) 06:50, 18 January 2006 (UTC)
One of the main motifs in Babel is a song ("Iguazu") from an earlier album (Ronroco) used several times, most notably in the HBO show Deadwood (it is also used on the Deadwood DVDs as music that plays during the menus). I believe it is this album that directly led to his current film scoring career RoyBatty42 19:52, 1 February 2007 (UTC)x
Into the Wild soundtrack is all by Eddie Vedder, according to the Eddie Vedder and Into the Wild wikipedia pages. Santaolalla is not listed as a contributing artist. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Itsdew (talk • contribs) 05:58, 28 June 2011 (UTC)
This section is POV. I think it might need to be removed, unless it is referenced and rewritten. Nationalparks 20:04, 26 February 2007 (UTC)
Yep, POV was still there, even if the section header wasn't. Removed again, and will continue to be. Give up the edit wars.
If there's a good source (a notable music critic etc) that wrote an article disagreeing with the Oscar results, that opinion can be mentioned and cited. Wikipedia is meant to represent both sides, with appropriate references. Groove1279 15:22, 18 April 2007 (UTC)
Is this correct?
From the first paragraph: "He has won two Academy Awards for Best Original Score in two consecutive years, for Brokeback Mountain in 2005, Babel in 2007, and most recently, video game The Last of Us."
Later it says under awards: 2006: "Best Original Score – Babel". Which is correct? 2006 or 2007? 2006 would make sense ("consecutive years").
Also, "two Academy Awards" - "Brokeback Mountain", "Babel" and "most recently, video game The Last of Us".... ?
- Fixed in this edit. This comment was originally removed with an acknowledgement of thanks, but I've put it back because that's not the way comments are dealt with on Wikipedia. Graham87 14:14, 12 July 2014 (UTC)