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Interview with Bruce Broughton

In the latest exciting interview brought to you exclusively by Sideshow Sound Radio, Ian proudly sits down to chat with the incredibly kind, charming and talented Bruce Broughton.

Bruce Broughton is a an award-winning composer and conductor of some of the most legendary scores for film and television, Young Sherlock Holmes, Monster Squad, Silverado, The Rescuers, Tiny Toon Adventures, Stay Tuned, Homeward Bound, The Boy Who Could Fly, Baby’s Day Out, Tombstone, just to name a few. Bruce has just finished composing for Seth McFarlane’s new sci-fi dramedy ‘The Orville‘ and talks with Ian about the many projects he’s worked on over the years, answering listeners questions along the way, and giving us a few surprises on the piano!

Thank you so much for listening, enjoy the show!

Links

Bruce’s Website

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Sideshow & Tell 10/03/17

Hello the internet and welcome to episode 76 of Sideshow & Tell, your weekly newscast where your amazing host, Ian Crabb brings you all the latest appetisers of what’s happening in the world of composersfilm music, and movie news! First of all, Ian discusses the latest film music releases including Baby’s Day Out by Bruce Broughton, from Intrada Records, The Belko Experiment by Tyler Bates, from Lakeshore Records, and finally, Power Rangers by Brian Tyler, from Varèse Sarabande. Ian also brings us the news that Oscar-winning composer Justin Hurwitz will conduct his score with a 100-piece orchestra, choir and jazz ensemble for a live-to-film celebration of La La Land at the Hollywood Bowl, delivers his weekly Home Video Pick scored by composer Thomas Newman and wraps up SAT76 with his Disney Pick of the Week!

Timestamps

0:47 Baby’s Day Out

3:13 The Belko Experiment

5:19 Home Video Pick

8:20 Power Rangers

11:10 La La Land

13:40 Pick of the Week

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Sideshow & Tell 12/05/16

Greetings internet to a sort of festive episode 67 of Sideshow & Tell, your weekly mini newscast where the amazing Ian Crabb brings you all the musical delights out now from the world of film musiccomposers and movie news! This week your host discusses the latest releases including All I Want for Christmas by Bruce Broughton, from Intrada Records, The Legend of Ben Hall by Ronnie Minder, by Esperanto Records, Beverly Hills Cop by Harold Faltermeyer, The French Connection Collection, and a limited edition 4CD set of The John Williams Jurassic Park Collection, from La-La Land Records, Dead Rising 4, by Sumthing Else Music Works, Titanic by James Horner, on vinyl, by Music On Vinyl, and finally, Black Mirror – San Junipero by Clint Mansell, from Lakeshore Records. After a new feature, Home Video Pick by composer Roque Baños, from Lakeshore Records, Ian concludes SAT67 with yes, another Pick of the Week from Intrada Records, this time by the amazing composer Basil Poledouris!

Timestamps

0:58 All I Want for Christmas

3:18 The Legend of Ben Hall

05:12 Beverly Hills Cop

07:46 Dead Rising 4

10:29 The John Williams Jurassic Park Collection

12:20 Home Video Pick

14:28 Titanic

17:23 The French Connection Collection

20:34 Black Mirror – San Junipero

25:15 Pick of the Week