Randy Edelman does it again with this Bruce Lee movie. An all around great score with trademark Edelman sounds, his usual combination of orchestra and synths, with an eastern feel to it. There are 2 themes that occur in the score, along with other thematic material. The first is the main theme heard in "Dragon Theme/A Father's Nightmare", "The Premiere of the Big Boss", and "The Dragon's Heartbeat". It is a 5 note orchestral theme played with confidence and assurance. The other theme or the love theme and the far better one is heard in "Bruce and Linda", "Victory at Ed Parker's", "The Premiere of the Big Boss", and the best track "The Dragon's Heartbeat". This theme has been used in many TV ads for sporting events and figure skaters have skated to it successfully. Other thematic material occurs throughout such as in "Yip Man's Kwoon", "Sailing on the South China Sea", and "Brandon" (the only track that contains my name that i'm aware of), among others. The end of "Yip Man's Kwoon" and "Chopsaki" are 2 of those martial arts cues with sixteenth note xylophone rhythms and percussion. Overall, a great score that would make Bruce Lee proud and Edelman fans as well.