In this week’s pharaohtastic episode of In Defence Of, your host Ian Crabb is joined by the daring and dashing Middle East adventurer, Will O’Connell, mysterious Medjai protector of the world’s ancient secrets, Ardeth Steele and finally, Sideshow’s very own firm but fair God, the great Scorpion King Dodson!
In listener-chosen episode 9 of IDO, the infidels discuss Stephen Sommers´ 2001 action adventure sequel The Mummy Returns scored by composer Alan Silvestri!
Welcome friends to episode 36 of Sideshow & Tell, your weekly film music news brought to you by Ian Crabb! In this week’s newscast, Ian discusses the latest film music releases including first, on vinyl, By the Sea by Gabriel Yared, and a 2-disc limited edition of Forrest Gump by Alan Silvestri, from Music On Vinyl, The Little Prince by Hans Zimmer and Richard Harvey, from WaterTower Music, Zoolander Number 2 by Theodore Shapiro, from Lakeshore Records, and finally, the 1952 Ivanhoe by Miklos Rosza, from Soundtrack Factory. Ian also brings us the news that friend of the show, the amazing composer Heather McIntosh is going to be scoring the upcoming indie drama, ‘Rainbow Time’, and this week’s SAT ends as always, with Ian’s pick of the week from a record label we all know and love, Varèse Sarabande!
In this week’s newscast, Ian discusses the latest film and television music releases including The Peanuts Movie by Christophe Beck, from Epic Records, Suffragette by Alexandre Desplat, from Back Lot Music, Alan Silvestri – World Soundtrack Awards, the live concert by Silva Screen Records, a 2CD limited edition of Basic Instinct by Jerry Goldsmith, and a 3-Disc special edition of Kiss the Girls by Mark Isham and Carter Burwell, from Quartet Records, Spectre by Thomas Newman, from Decca Records, and finally, from La-La Land Records, Arrow – Season 3 & The Flash by Blake Neely. Ian also brings us news of the hiring of film composer Frederik Wiedmann for the upcoming animated DC movie “Batman: Bad Blood” and to finish, presents his pick of the week, Sideshow Sound Theatre´s 4th Halloween Album, Thunder Bay Hotel, released on October 15th, which can be bought exclusively from theshop page on this very website for only £8!
In this week’s news, Ian discusses the latest film music releases including Beasts of No Nation by Dan Romer, Regression by Roque Baños, from Lakeshore Records, Bridge of Spies by Thomas Newman, from Hollywood Records, Legend by Jerry Goldsmith, on vinyl, from Silva Screen Records, and finally, from Intrada Records and Varèse Sarabande, 25th anniversary deluxe soundtrack releases for all 3 films of Back to the Future by Alan Silvestri. Ian also brings news of the AFI Life Achievement Award for John Williams, and the hiring of film composer James Newton Howard for the upcoming sequel “The Huntsman”. Finally, Ian´s pick of the week is revealed, brought to us from the marvellous people over at Mondo Records, and he informs all you incredibly supportive listeners out there of Sideshow Sound Theatre´s NEW Halloween Album, Thunder Bay Hotel, which can now be purchased digitally for £8 from our spooktacularshop page!
For our 10th newscast, Ian discusses the latest film music releases including Hitman: Ageny 47 by Marco Beltrami and the first ever album release of Michael Kamen´s The Last Boy Scout from La-La Land Records, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trails by John Paesano from Sony Classical, and on glorious vinyl, Alexandre Desplat´s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 from Music on Vinyl. Ian also brings us breaking news regarding the film “The Walk¨by Robert Zemeckis which is to be scored by long-time collaborator Alan Silvestri and the nominations for the World Soundtrack Awards. Finally, Will brings us an exclusive report on Disney´s D23 Expo and Ian finishes this week´s news with his amaaazing pick of the week from Intrada Records!
In this week´s newscast, Ian discusses the latest film music releases including the digital-only release of John Paesano’s soundtrack for the Netflix mini-series Daredevil, from Varèse Sarabande, Self/less by Antônio Pinto and Dudu Aram and Pixels by Henry Jackman and from Lakeshore Records, The End of a Tour soundtrack by Danny Elfman and Carter Burwell’s Mr. Holmes. Ian also gives his thoughts on the recent Emmy nominations and caps it all off with his pick of the week!
Will and Wend discuss composer Alan Silvestri‘s score to Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Moving through each track in turn, they’ll be identifying themes, exploring their favourite musical moments and providing you the listener with an entertaining guide to this toontasticfilm score!
Who Framed Roger Rabbit Walt Disney Records Reissue (2002)
00:00 – Intro Tag: Chad Hopkins
05:11 – 1. Maroon Logo
06:01 – 2. Maroon Cartoon
07:10 – 3. Valiant & Valiant
10:24 – 4. The Weasels
12:13 – 5. Hungarian Rhapsody (Dueling Pianos)
15:01 – 6. Judge Doom
16:35 – 7. Why Don’t You Do Right? (Performed by Amy Irving)
18:07 – 8. No Justice for Toons
19:59 – 9. The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down (Roger’s Song) (Performed by Charles Fleischer)
21:56 – 10. Jessica’s Theme
24:01 – 11. Toontown
26:29 – 12. Eddie’s Theme
30:04 – 13. The Gag Factory
33:13 – 14. The Will
34:08 – 15. Smile, Darn Ya, Smile! (Performed by Toon Chorus)
Will and Wend discuss composer Alan Silvestri‘s score to Beowulf. Discussing each track in turn, they’ll be identifying themes, exploring their favourite musical moments and having a boatload of fun being your guides through this amazing score.
We also announce the winner of last week’s competition!
Beowulf Warner Bros. Records (2007)
04:37 – 1. Beowulf Main Title
07:52 – 2. First Grendel Attack
11:19 – 4. What We Need Is a Hero
12:38 – 5. I’m Here to Kill Your Monster
14:29 – 6. I Did Not Win the Race
17:01 – 7. A Hero Comes Home (Performed by Robin Wright-Penn)
17:06 – 3. Gently As She Goes (Performed by Robin Wright-Penn)
18:03 – 8. Second Grendel Attack
19:59 – 9. I Am Beowulf
21:49 – 10. The Seduction
25:09 – 11. King Beowulf
27:00 – 12. He Has a Story to Tell
28:04 – 13. Full of Fine Promises
30:27 – 14. Beowulf Slays the Beast
32:04 – 15. He Was the Best of Us
33:38 – 16. The Final Seduction
35:52 – 17. A Hero Comes Home – End Credits Version (Performed by Idina Menzel)