Will and Wend are joined by host and producer of Cinematic Sound Radio, Erik Woods, to discuss their favourite score of this century in our Halloween Score Guide of 2016!
The trio discuss the 2002 sci-fi thriller Signs by James Newton Howard. Guiding you through this sensational, supernatural film score, track-by-track, in the most entertaining and informative way they can, they cut back the crops to explore themes, motifs, instrumentation, textures, and those marvellous musical moments that leave them giddy with excitement!
Don’t be afraid…it’s time to board up your windows, lock your pantry door, head down to the basement, and talk film music!
Signs Hollywood Records (2002)
06:59 – 1. Main Titles
11:15 – Camille Saint–Saëns ‘Danse Macabre’
13:38 – 2. First Crop Circles
22:05 – 3. Roof Intruder
31:05 – 4. Brazilian Video
36:15 – 5. In the Cornfield
43:38 – 6. Baby Monitor
48:29 – 7. Recruiting Office
53:36 – 8. Throwing a Stone
59:38 – 9. Boarding Up the House
1:07:18 – 10. Into the Basement
1:12:52 – 11. Asthma Attack
1:18:28 – James Newton Howard on Creating the Score
Hello the internet! This is episode 52 of Sideshow & Tell, your mini newscast, which marks the show’s one year anniversary! For this special occasion we’re doing something a little different, joining your host Ian Crabb for today’s unscripted SAT is Sideshow godfather Will Dodson!
In this week’s SAT, the duo inform you all of the latest film and television music releases including a special 2-disc extended release of The Rocketeer by James Horner, from Intrada Records, The Huntsman: Winter’s War by James Newton Howard, and X-Men: First Class by Henry Jackman on limited edition vinyl from Music On Vinyl, Suicide Squad by Steven Price, from Sony Classical, Ice Age: Collision Course by John Debney, from Varèse Sarabande, and finally, Supergirl by Blake Neely, from La-La Land Records. Ian also brings us the news that composer Cliff Martinez is scoring James Mangold’s currently untitled Wolverine sequel, and composer Rob Simonsen is to score Marc Webb’s drama, ‘Gifted’. Ian’s pick of the week comes from the wonderful team over at WaterTower Music and to finish up this week’s SAT we let you all in on what exactly has been happening over the last few months at Sideshow HQ and what glorious content is on the way!
Welcome lovely people of the Internet. It’s a very different show this week… obviously. And our thoughts are with you.
But in this weeks show Ian discuses the vinyl release of FARGO: YEAR TWO by Jeff Russo by Music On Vinyl… The return of John Powell to composing for JASON BOURNE for Back Lot Music… Carter Burwell’s score for CAROL on an amazing vinyl release from Varese Sarabande…
The news that John Williams is committed to Indiana Jones 5… Also his work on the upcoming READY PLAYER ONE, both for Steven Spielberg…
JNH has THE HUNGER GAMES SAGA … Lorne Balfe has been confirmed as scoring THE BATMAN LEGO MOVIE…
And finally Ian brings us his Pick Of The Week from Sony Classical…
Avast there ye olde internet! Welcome to episode 44 of Sideshow & Tell, your weekly film music newscast presented by Ian Crabb! In this week’s newscast, your host discusses the latest film and television music releases including first, Undercover by Vince Pope, Independence Day: Resurgence by Harald Kloser and Thomas Wander, from Sony Classical, the full score of Collateral by James Newton Howard from Intrada Records, and finally, Pete’s Dragon by Daniel Hart, by Walt Disney Records. Ian also brings us the news that composer Nate Walcott is scoring the upcoming indie drama by Zack Whedon, ‘Come and Find Me’, composer Jed Kurzel is scoring the upcoming movie adaptation of the hugely successful video game ‘Assassin’s Creed’, composer David Hirschfelder is going to be scoring the upcoming British drama, ‘A Street Cat Named Bob’, and composer Danny Elfman will be scoring ‘Fifty Shades Darker’. Ian concludes this week’s SAT with not one, but TWO picks of the week on vinyl, from the ever-magnificent Mondo Records!
Nerds, geeks, the internet, lend us your ears! Welcome to episode 42 of Sideshow & Tell, your weekly film music newscast presented by your loyal host Ian Crabb! In this week’s newscast, Ian discusses the latest film and television music releases including first, The Huntsman: Winter’s War by James Newton Howard, from Back Lot Music, Game of Thrones by Ramin Djawadi, on 2-disc vinyl from Varèse Sarabande, Love by Lyle Workman, Confirmation by Harry Gregson-Williams, and The Family Fang by Carter Burwell, from Lakeshore Records, and finally, from Walt Disney Records, The Jungle Book by John Debney. Ian also brings us the news that composers Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard are returning to score the upcoming sequel ‘John Wick Chapter 2’, composer James Newton Howard will receive the BMI Icon Award, and composer Patrick Doyle is to score the upcoming period drama ‘A United Kingdom’. Ian closes this week’s SAT with a rather chilling pick of the week on vinyl from Waxwork Records, scored by one of Sideshow’s favourite composers!
Wahey the internet! After a week’s break, Sideshow & Tell is back to bring you this week’s film music news brought to all you lovely listeners out there by the one they named Ian Crabb! In this week’s newscast, Ian discusses the latest film and television music releases including first, on 2-disc limited edition vinyl, Kung Fu Panda 3 by Hans Zimmer, from Music On Vinyl, John Wick by Tyler Bates, on 2-disc vinyl from Varèse Sarabande and from the same company on vinyl, How To Train Your Dragon by John Powell, Florence Foster Jenkins by Alexandre Desplat, from Decca Records, and finally, Sky by François-Eudes Chanfrault, from OPUS. Ian also brings us the news that Sony Classical are to release the soundtrack album for the recent UK television series ‘Home Fires’ by composer Samuel Sim, ‘American Pastoral’ is to be scored by composer Alexandre Desplat, and composer James Newton Howard has been tasked to score the upcoming Harry Potter spinoff/prequel Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. To finish this week’s SAT Ian gifts you with his pick of the week from the amazing team over at Lakeshore Records!
In this week’s newscast, your host Ian discusses the latest film and television music releases including In the Heart of the Sea by Roque Baños, from WaterTower Music, Deep Web by Pedro Bromfman, from Lakeshore Records, and finally, from Republic Records, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Pt. 2 by James Newton Howard. Ian also brings us the news that TV composer Bear McCreary has been hired to score the upcoming supernatural thriller ‘The Forest’, and finishes this week’s edition of SAT with his pick of the week from Intrada Records!
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!