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English Portuguese 1. Additional Product Features Signal Standard. One thumb up and one thumb down Good but not great, entertaining but nothing to write home about. Awesome movie. Blues DVD. Net Search Register Login. Music From Deep Blue Sea Music By Trevor Rabin. Track Listing 1. Aftermath Get this album or track at:. Get this album or track at:. Rate this Album.
George Fenton's score continues in the same vein, capturing the images and feel of the sea with his full orchestrations: often majestic, often quiet, and both dark and energetic when necessary.
Without a doubt, there are some truly beautiful and extraordinary cues that will make you pause and go back to play them again, just to make sure you heard everything you thought you did to find that you probably even missed a little on your first listen.
There are a few motifs that filter through much of the album, the same motifs from the original, but as with Blue Planet , the score still reflects the track titles more than any specific cohesive theme; the score functions to capture the essence of each unit within the film rather than tie it together musically the way, for example, that Howard Shore unified The Lord of the Rings trilogy not, certainly, to suggest that Fenton should have followed Shore's lead.
The main "theme" first appears here in track three, "The Beach In Patagonia" and is again a descending two note motif that drops a fifth; one of the best moments of this score is the full brass cue at this track's end. An aspect that I like of this score is that Fenton offsets his majestic orchestrations with a solo oboe, the presence of which is almost more prevalent than any one motif; this sound color is a marked contrast to the more energetic cues and captures the feel of the sea as well.
There are also solo trumpets "Bounty Hunters", "Showtime" and French horns for sound color. The horns in "Flying Emperors" actually mirror a three-note descending motif in the strings almost the way you might sing a round. And perhaps the best rendition of the main motif is in the title track at the end of the album, much in the same way that the first track of Blue Planet established the motif.
Service was correct but lacked warmth. It was an amazing experience to visit Deep Blu Seafood. Then Julio our server proceded to serve us and made many recommendations on the menu, while clarifying all of our doubts. They are very attentive to details, and will make sure that you feel great and comfortable even if it is your first time fine dining.
The waitress was very disconnected and only offered alcohol beverages. She never asked him if he would like something besides that. She never went over the special menu for the night, which we did not understand how it worked and it would have been nice to have an explanation. She seemed very impatient even though the restaurant was not busy. The food came pretty quick, but it was just mediocre for the price.
The salmon my husband had needed to be done more and had no flavor to it. My crab cakes were good only when dipped in their white sauce that was slathered all over the bottom of the plate. Then when after we paid she sat the check on the corner of the table behind both of us we never saw her and said have a good night, quickly and walked away.
We seemed to be an inconvenience for her. As a server for a long time during college, this was not what I expected from an upscale restaurant. When we arrived they handed me a long stem rose and seated us at our table. I thought that was a really nice touch. The calamari was good, and the drinks were a bit too strong. For the main course, he had the signature blu crab grouper meal, I had the 8oz filet mignon, and we shared the hasselback potato and mushrooms as sides. The entrees were delicious.
It was extremely tender and tasty, with a perfectly seared crust. For dessert we ordered the flourless chocolate cake. But I love almond flavor so I was obsessed! Our waiters were extremely helpful, kind, and attentive! In my opinion, for the incredible service, food, and intimate environment it was well worth it and a fair price. We have been enjoying Deep Blue for the last 7 years. Julio was our server on this visit. He did not provide the experience we are accustomed to having.
Very hard to understand, seemed like he was disorganized. He did not offer to take a cocktail order, just wanted to start with the food order. We had to ask to order drinks.
We asked for a bit more time to enjoy our drinks and it seemed like he forgot about us. My daughter and I ordered the Local Greens salad to share as a 1st course and my husband ordered the same salad. Julio came to the table a second time to review our order. The food was excellent and we really enjoy the menu of the current chef. My dad was celebrating his 94th birthday as well as Valentines Day.
A lovely birthday desert was served to my dad. We had to request the check and when it arrived we noted that instead of 2 glasses of Rose wine we were charged for the bottle, which was ultimately corrected. Reviewing the bill today, we found 2 charges for something we have no idea what it is and are relatively sure we did not have. We will definitely return to Deep Blu, but definitely request that Julio is not our server. One of our best dining experiences ever!
The food was fantastic! Our waiter, Cesar, did an excellent job. He was attentive and personable.The soundtrack to the action-thriller Deep Blue Sea features two new songs from LL Cool J (who also appears in the movie), "Deep As Blue Is (Shark's Fin)" and "Say What." More hip-hop comes from artists like Hi-C, DJ Quik, and new artists like AMyth and Divine make their debut here.