Merry Christmas and happy holidays internet! A hearty welcome to episode 69 of Sideshow & Tell, our second annual holiday special! We start off the final episode of the year with your host bringing you news of the latest film music releases including Passengers by Thomas Newman, from Sony Masterworks, a deluxe edition of Star Trek Beyond by Michael Giacchino, from Varèse Sarabande, news of who’s eligible for the 2017 Academy Awards, TWO Home Video Picks, a Pick of the Week from Walt Disney Records but also guest appearances from the Sideshow team with their favourite holiday films and scores!
The second half of the show features Ian, Will, Drew & Todd discussing the most recent addition to the Star Wars Saga, Rogue One by Michael Giacchino. We shall be taking our customary short break over the Christmas period but will be back in the new year with more amazing content! Thank you all so much for listening, supporting and contributing to Sideshow in 2016, we wouldn’t be here without you! We wish you all the very happiest of holidays and we’ll see you in the new year!
3:17 Todd Horan – Gremlins by Jerry Goldsmith
11:19 Star Trek Beyond
13:24 2017 Academy Awards
16:26 Wendell Jones – Die Hard by Michael Kamen
19:45 Home Video Pick
21:58 Ian Crabb – Batman Returns by Danny Elfman
24:54 Andrew Steele – Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Greetings internet to episode 66 of Sideshow & Tell, your weekly mini newscast where the amazing Ian Crabb brings you all the latest news from the world of film and television music, composers and movie news! This week Ian, amazing as ever, discusses the latest releases including first, on vinyl, Fright Night by Brad Fiedel, from CBS Records, Nocturnal Animals by Abel Korzeniowski, by Silva Screen Records, Finding Dory by Thomas Newman, from Walt Disney Records, Angel by the Wings by Sia and Greg Kurstin, by Monkey Puzzle Records, and finally, Allied by Alan Silvestri, from Sony Classical. Ian wraps up SAT66 with a super special pick of the week from Intrada Records by one of our faves, composer Danny Elfman!
Welcome foolish mortals to episode 9 of Mouse Music, the podcast celebrating the music and history of the Walt Disney Company! Here at Sideshow HQ we don’t take our Halloween decorations down until December 1st at the earliest, so today we are finally going to talk about the greatest theme park attraction in all the land, The Haunted Mansion!
Joining ghost host Will Dodson and his macabre partner in crime Wicked Wendell Jones in the dimly lit and cobweb-strewn Sideshow Sound Studio is our lovely co-host from the west coast, resident voice actor, puppeteer and Muppet expert, Rachel Herrick, and making his Mouse Music debut, a very talented podcaster and good friend, Sideshow’s newest member, Terrifying Todd Horan! The team of podcasting ghosts take an objective look at one of the more divisive films in the Disney catalog, discussing their favourite moments from the 2003 Walt Disney Pictures’, ‘The Haunted Mansion‘.
Next up, in our insidious intermission, Wend and our resident Disney professor Creepy Chris Lyndon creak the crypt door open and head down to the Sideshow Vault for a spooktacular instalment of the Disney Music Archives. Chris chooses a spinechilling selection for today’s eerie episode, reminding us all of one of the top-selling Disneyland Records of all time, the 1964 bestseller, ‘Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House‘ narrated by Laura Olsher featuring sound effects compiled by Jimmy MacDonald.
Finishing on an absolute high, the ghoulish gang embark once more upon their doombuggies to chat about The Haunted Mansion! Starting with a little Disney history, they gush over their favourite section and characters in the ride, explore the differences between each iteration in the Disney parks, dive into the various renditions of ‘Grim Grinning Ghosts‘, and share their thoughts and experiences on the best attraction in history!
What did you make of The Haunted Mansion movie? We’d be so happy to hear your memories of The Haunted Mansion, as well as your thoughts on ‘Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House’! Contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tweet us: @sideshowsound or chat with us on Facebook: SideshowSoundTheatre
2:28 – The Haunted Mansion
1:01:23 – Disney Music Archives – “Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House”
In the finale of the mini-series “Meet the Team“, and last piece of his serial killeresque podcasters collection, your host Ian Crabb interviews Rob Dodson, the so-called Dark Side of Sideshow. The younger brother of Will, he’s a multi-instrumentalist, computer genius, doting father and all-round fantastic bloke!
Rob talks to Ian about growing up with Will, his wrestling song, the colours of math, bandlife, discovering one instrument at a time, programming 24/7, becoming a father, being a giant Lord of the Rings fan, his favourite film of all time & heaps more!
21:31 Rictus Grin
26:08 He’s a Pirate – Drum Cover
59:57 What I’ve Done – Vocal Cover
1:02:00 Final Night – Written by Robert Dodson in Partnership with Sideshow Sound Theatre and William Dodson Lyrics Written by Robert Dodson, Wendell Jones and Giovanni Baez Produced by Robert Dodson and Giovanni Baez
In episode 56 of Sideshow & Tell, our weekly mini newscast, Ian brings you what’s happening in the world of film music, composers, movie news, and even human sound effects! In this week’s SAT, your host informs you of the latest film and television music releases including Before I Wake by Danny Elfman and The Newton Brothers, from Varèse Sarabande, Warcraft by Ramin Djawadi, from Music On Vinyl, and finally, a limited edition release of Legends of Tomorrow by Blake Neely, from La-La Land Records. Ian also brings us the news that composer Theodore Shapiro is going to be scoring ‘Office Christmas Party’, and composer Matthew Margeson is to score the forthcoming horror/thriller ‘Rings’. Finishing this week’s SAT with his pick of the week by composer Blake Neely from La-La Land Records!
Hello the internet! Congratulations are in order, for Ian has reached his 50th episode of Sideshow & Tell! In this week’s film music news, your amazing host discusses the latest film music releases including The Legend of Tarzan by Rupert Gregson-Williams, from WaterTower Music, The Neon Demon by Cliff Martinez, from Milan Records, Ben-Hur by Marco Beltrami, from Sony Classical, The BFG by John Williams, from Walt Disney Records, The Secret Life of Pets by Alexandre Desplat, from Back Lot Music, and finally, Now You See Me 2 by Brian Tyler, from Varèse Sarabande. Ian also brings us the news that composer Danny Elfman is currently scoring the upcoming dramatic thriller ‘The Girl on the Train’, and finishes this week’s SAT with a pick of the week from Lakeshore Records and composers Andy Hull and Robert McDowell!