Tag: Movie Music Week
Episode 307: Fan Mail – Movie Music, Part 2
More Fan Mail! More Movie Music! We read an email from Mike Wagner, who talks about the music of “Philadelphia” and “High Fidelity,” plus other fun stuff. Slayer? Pixies?
Episode 306: Fan Mail – Movie Music, Part 1
We got some great correspondence about our Movie Music Week. Here are a couple of calls, from George Singleton in Hong Kong (about “Almost Famous”) and EPJ in L.A. (about “Magnolia” and others).
Episode 294: Movie Music – The Who, Lindsey Buckingham
Jim picks a couple of favorite songs on movie soundtracks, from “Rushmore” and “National Lampoon’s Vacation.”
Episode 293: Movie Music – Van Morrison, Oscar Isaac
Patrick picks a couple favorite songs on movie soundtracks, from “The King of Comedy” and “Inside Llewyn Davis.”
Episode 292: Movie Music – Nick Drake
Tom Neuerburg calls in to talk about a favorite song in a movie. That movie is … “Serendipity.”
Episode 291: Favorite Film Scores
Day 2 of Movie Music Week. We talk about some favorite film scores, with composer Charlie Barnett. (He also plays in jazz combo Chaise Lounge.)
Episode 290: How to Score a Film
Charlie Barnett joins the show to talk about writing music for films and TV (he’s only written about 1,000 scores). One of his songs, “Jubilee” for the documentary “Paper Clips,” was sung by Alison Krauss. And thus we kick of Movie Music Week on Rockin’ the Suburbs.