Welcome to an emergency episode of In Defence Of! We don’t typically talk about movies still in theaters, but today we make a special case for a special movie. In episode 14 of IDO, the team discuss and defend the second instalment of the Star Wars sequel trilogy, The Last Jedi!
Your temper-tantrum-throwing, bare-chest-showing host, Andrew ‘Kylo Ren’ Steele/Darth Steelius is joined by the hotshot flyboy, cantina space cowboy, Billy ‘Poe’ Dodson and his sidekick BB-Kitty-8, and a man not afraid to rough it with the boys, kick it with the droids, or fight his way through a whole Imperial Army, Todd ‘Leia/Organa/Skywalker/Solo’ Horan.
Join Will & Wend for their first ChristmasScore Guide! In their final episode of 2017 they merrily explore a childhood classic, the 1990 comedy chrimbo movie, Home Alone, composed and conducted by masterful maestro, John Williams.
Your festive hosts shall be pulling back the composer’s christmassy curtain for you our loyal listener, to reveal themes, identify leitmotifs, and gush over instrumentation and all those sparkling musical moments that make this soundtrack so well-loved the world over.
Crowbars up, snow shovels at the ready, let’s feel that gingerbread feeling!
Merry Christmas everyone!
Home Alone 25th Anniversary Limited Edition La-La Land Records (2015)
Intro Tag: Xander Stobbs
6:15 – 1. Home Alone (Main Theme)
9.57 – 2. Go Pack Your Suitcase/Introducing Marley/In Good Hands
In the first episode of 2017, In Defence Of is back with a hot cup of positivi-tea. Your host Ian Crabb is joined by the fedora-wearing, snake-fearing action man, Indiana Will, and the one who doesn’t seem to age, Mr. Drew Ravenwood.
In episode 10 of IDO, the team discuss the fourth film in one of Steven Spielberg‘s most popular franchises, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull scored by who other than composer John Williams!
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
Howdy there internet and welcome to episode 68 of Sideshow & Tell, your weekly mini newscast where the amazing Ian Crabb brings you all the latest info on composers, film music, and movie news! This week your dutiful host discusses the latest film and television music releases including Collateral Beauty by Theodore Shapiro, and Westworld: Season 1 by Ramin Djawadi, from WaterTower Music, Before the Flood by Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, Mogwai and Gustavo Santaolalla, by Lakeshore Records, Seven Years in Tibet by John Williams, from Sony Classical, and finally, on vinyl, Star Trek Beyond by Michael Giacchino, by Varèse Sarabande. Ian also brings us the news that composer Bryce Jacobs has taken over scoring duties for the upcoming third season of ’12 Monkeys’, and delivers not one but TWO Home Video Picks! Ian finishes off SAT68 with his Picks of the Week, the first by composer John Paesano, the second, from composer Sean Callery, both from the magnificent Mondo Records!
Welcome internet to episode 64 of Sideshow & Tell, your weekly-ish mini newscast where the amazing Ian Crabb brings you all the juicy gossip from the world of film and television music, composers and movie news! This week Ian discusses the latest releases including first, a vinyl reissue of Trainspotting, Far Cry 3 by Brian Tyler, from Ubisoft, and finally, Bates Motel by Chris Bacon, from Lakeshore Records. Ian also brings us the news that composer Michael Giacchino has announced he is to be scoring the upcoming ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’, composer Nicholas Britell is to score the upcoming comedy thriller ‘Ocean’s Eight’ and is currently scoring the upcoming drama ‘Battle of the Sexes’, and composer Rupert Gregson-Williams has just signed on to score Wonder Woman. SAT64 finishes in the world of animation with a pick of the week by composer Christophe Beck!
A huge bidding of welcome to you internet to episode 63 of Sideshow & Tell, your weekly-ish mini newscast where the amazing Ian Crabb brings you all the hubbub, shenanigans and tomfoolery from the world of film and television music, composers and movie news! This week Ian discusses the latest releases including The Crown by Rupert Gregson-Williams with a main theme written by composer Hans Zimmer, from Sony Music and Madison Gate Records, Jason Bourne by John Powell and David Buckley, from Music On Vinyl, Planet Earth II by Hans Zimmer, Jasha Klebe and Jacob Shea, from Silva Screen Records, Penny Dreadful: Seasons 2 and 3 by Abel Korzeniowski from Varèse Sarabande, Nocturnal Animals by Abel Korzeniowski, from Back Lot Music and physically from Silva Screen Records, and finally, Arrival by Jóhann Jóhannsson, from Deutsche Grammophon. Ian finishes up SAT63 with a cracking pick of the week from the gaming world and the musical talents of the brilliant composer Sarah Schachner and there’s a brief appearance by scallywags Will and Wend to announce more Star Wars Score Guides and how you can be a part of them!
Welcome peeps of the interwebs to the 61st episode of your favourite weekly mini newscast, Sideshow & Tell, where host and producer of the show Ian Crabb brings you all the juicy goings-on from the world of film music, composers and movie news! In this week’s live, unscripted and unedited SAT, your host is joined by some bloke called Wend to discuss the latest releases including American Pastoral by Alexandre Desplat, from Lakeshore Records, and a limited edition vinyl release of The Fountain by Clint Mansell, from Mondo Records. The two Englishmen also have a proper chinwag about composer Michael Giacchino replacing Alexandre Desplat on Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Finally, Ian delivers the news that composer Johan Johansson is to score the new film by director Darren Aronofsky, and concludes SAT61 with a pick of the week by our very own Sideshow Sound Theatre. Wend announces details of SST’s new Halloween album, They Landed on Halloween, which will be digitally released on Bandcamp on October 24th!
Welcome to episode 58 of Sideshow & Tell, the show where Mr. Crabb brings you all the latest happenings in the world of film music, composers and movie news in the most entertaining way possible! In this week’s SAT, (come on, you all know the acronym by now!), your flippin’ amazing host leads you all through the latest releases including Storks by Mychael Danna and Jeff Danna, from WaterTower Music, Hacksaw Ridge by Rupert Gregson-Williams, by Varèse Sarabande, My Blind Brother by Ian Hultquist, from Little Twig Records, and finally, on vinyl, Suicide Squad by Steven Price, from Music On Vinyl. Also, Ian brings us the news that composer Rupert Gregson-Williams is going to be scoring the upcoming thriller ‘Terminal’, and yes, Michael Giacchino has in fact replaced Alexandre Desplat as the composer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story! Ian finishes up with a phenomenal pick of the week on two-disc limited edition vinyl no less, from the good folks over at Sony Classical. Thanks for listening, we hope you have the BEST weekend possible!
Welcome everyone to episode 48 of SAT! Ian is back after a birthday break, batteries recharged, to present your regular film music news! In this week’s newscast, “the amazing one” discusses the latest film music releases including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows by Steve Jablonsky, by Paramount Music, Warcraft by Ramin Djawadi, from Back Lot Music, a limited gold edition of Star Wars: A New Hope by John Williams, from Sony Classical, and finally, The Angry Birds Movie by Heitor Pereira, from Atlantic Records. Ian also brings us the news that composer Yann Tiersen has scored the documentary ‘Ouragan’, and composer Chris Hajian is to score the Crackle original series ‘StartUp’. Ian finishes this week’s SAT with a pick of the week from Walt Disney Records and the ever-wonderful film composer Thomas Newman!
0:56 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows