Tracks 1, 2, 3, 5, 9, and 13 are wonderful. Suo Gan is a beautiful song. Of Williams' underscore, "Cadillac of the Skies" soars to truly majestic heights and is definitely one of the composer's finer moments. "Jim's New Life" is a highly enjoyable, jaunty piece. "Toyplanes, Home, and Hearth" introduces a subtler theme, very touching, but it doesn't really get the development it deserves. The choral piece, "Exultate Justi," is really entertaining if not entirely stylistically original. You don't get to hear too many full blown Williams choral pieces like this.
The rest of the CD, sadly, fails to live up to the potential hinted at by the cues I've pointed out. The rest consists of some really boring, unmemorable dramatic underscore that isn't as thematic or exciting. On the whole, it all adds up to only an average John Williams album. It's certainly not as great as some of the other scores for Spielberg films.