JAWS Commentary Feat. Michael McCormack, Composer/Co-Producer of The Shark is Still Working

For this commentary of the 1975 smash hit "Jaws," Heath is joined by Rondo-Award-winner Michael McCormack, the composer and co-producer of the 2012 documentary "The Shark is Still Working!" With this much excitement crammed into one video, one thing's for sure: "You're gonna need a bigger boat!"

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  1. Hi ~ Sorry, had a glitch above. As we discussed on Youtube, it is the sound of shrimp feeding we hear at the very top of JAWS, not the sound of birds from the Universal stock library and as heard at the top of Hitchcock's film THE BIRDS -- as you guys suggest in your commentary. Here is my source for this fact: https://books.google.com/books?id=Ga7pAwAAQBAJ&pg=PA197&lpg=PA197&dq=shrimp%20eating%20sound%20in%20jaws&source=bl&ots=zJiLQZ-piu&sig=ACfU3U3Bx8BGNMxh7LS9zx4gnhwJF-J32w&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiPwJz9hpvjAhUOG80KHSiVAEgQ6AEwG3oECAkQAQ&fbclid=IwAR092Ue5GbBYNhSXOz-HItGyOa9LXo7bt38Foy9XnXlGcF37jL3CN8ZkaHg#v=onepage&q=shrimp%20eating%20sound%20in%20jaws&f=false


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