List of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Snubs


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About Rush, Enigmaticus wrote:
Today is the 24th of May, a date which had been made famous by a lyric from 'Lakeside Park' from "Caress Of Steel," from 1975, arguably Rush's first full blown prog album.
Wednesday, 05.24.17 @ 10:37am


About The Song Project, Gassman wrote:

Bernard Herrman - Psycho (1960)
Brad Fiedel - Theme from The Terminator (1984)
Danny Elfman - The Batman Theme (1989) (from Batman)
Elmer Bernstein - The Magnificent Seven: Main Title (1960)
Ennio Morricone - The Ecstasy of Gold (1966)
Henry Mancini - The Pink Panther Theme (1964)
Jerry Goldsmith - Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Main Title) (1979)
John Barry & His Orchestra - James Bond Theme (1962)
John Williams - Flying Theme (E.T. The Extra Terrestrial) (1982)
John Williams - Raiders of The Lost Ark (Main Theme) (1981)
John Williams - The Imperial March (1980)
John Williams - Theme from Jaws (1975)
John Williams - Theme From Jurassic Park (1993)
Tomoyasu Hotei - Battle Without Honor or Humanity (2000)
Vangelis - Titles (Chariots of Fire) (1981)
Tuesday, 05.23.17 @ 20:46pm


About The Song Project, Tom H. wrote:
For the record just about everything on this list was a painful cut. As previously stated John Williams is my favorite composer of all time and deserves his own artist vote but at the same time I did not want to overload my ballot with his music in order to spread the wealth. I will be the first one to nominate this genre when it becomes eligible again as every one of these nominees deserves to go in and I can think of at least a dozen pieces of music off the top of my head that could show up on a future genre vote.
Tuesday, 05.23.17 @ 16:34pm


About The Song Project, Tom H. wrote:
Bernard Herrman- Psycho (1960)
Danny Elfman - The Batman Theme (1989) (from Batman)
Elmer Bernstein - The Magnificent Seven: Main Title (1960)
Ennio Morricone - The Ecstasy of Gold (1966)
Henry Mancini - The Pink Panther Theme (1964)
James Horner - Hymn to the Sea (1997)
Jerry Goldsmith - Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Main Title) (1979)
John Barry & His Orchestra - James Bond Theme (1962)
John Williams - Flying Theme (E.T. The Extra Terrestrial) (1982)
John Williams - Raiders of The Lost Ark (Main Theme) (1981)
John Williams - Theme from Jaws (1975)
Max Steiner - Now, Voyager (1942)
The Outatime Orchestra - Back to the Future (Main Theme) (1985)
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross - Soft Tree Breaks The Fall (2010)
Vangelis - Titles (Chariots of Fire) (1981)
Tuesday, 05.23.17 @ 16:18pm


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