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Bill Conti - Going The Distance (Rocky)

The point of a music score is to illustrate what's going on in a character's head and in their heart. This is why when we hear Bernard Herrmann's "Psycho" strings we immediately feel panic; when we listen to Ennio Morricone's harmonica strains from "Once Upon A Time In The West," we feel the tension of an approaching gunfight. And when we hear Bill Conti's stirring theme from "Rocky" we feel passion, we feel inspiration, and the confidence to beat the odds. To go the distance.

Bill Conti - Going The Distance (Rocky)

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Sylvester Stallone's original concept for Rocky, and the character Rocky Balboa, was inspired by his viewing of a fight between Muhammad Ali and Chuck Wepner. The idea of an underdog boxer going the distance and putting up a fierce fight against all odds appealed to Stallone. Stallone then wrote the screenplay Paradise Alley. After reading that script, producers Irwin Winkler and Robert Chartoff invited Stallone to meet them. Stallone brought up his idea for Rocky, Chartoff was impressed with the concept and he and Winkler agreed to support Stallone financially while he wrote the script, with the understanding they would get to see the script first. 041b061a72


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