I'm sorry to speak out against such an apparently well liked soundtrack, but after reading the rave reviews, and getting this score, I was disapointed. Coming from Williams, it was not as good as I would have expected, and makes me wary of buying everything with his label on it that's tabbed as "pretty" by others. All this being said, it's not a "bad" score, just compared to the 60-some odd other soundtracks I have, it pales.
"Suo Gan" and "Exsultate Justi" are nice enough, although not as pretty as Williams' "Somewhere in my Memory" for the "Home Alone" scores. But they don't make the soundtrack in my opinion. I look for the songs to complement the musical score, not be the main high point. "Cadillac of the Skies" starts out very pretty, with typical Williams flourish, but then fades into a rather dull, monotonous theme. The rest of the score is decent, with the exception of track #4, which by the end is a very obnoxious, stressful, tense action cue. Some people may like that stuff, but it drives me nuts! I liken it to the dark "Gorky Park" score by James Horner, and was not expecting this from a master like Williams. It seemed a bit "below him". That track in particualr took a lot of the liking out of this soundtrack for me. However, I must say that the redeeming factor is track #9, which is the prettiest music on the CD in my opinion. The only thing with that though, is that it is at least partially taken off of the Chopin Mazurka Opus 17 No. 9, and not pure Williams. But it's very pretty nonetheless.
If you're going for anything Williams, than you may like this, and probably will. But all I can say is that as a big Williams fan myself, I was disappointed.