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 Sideshowsters to episode 45 of SAT, your regular film music newscast presented by Ian Crabb! In this week’s newscast, “the amazing one” discusses the latest film music releases including first, on 2-disc vinyl, Star Wars: The Force Awakens by John Williams, and Alice Through the Looking Glass by Danny Elfman, from Walt Disney Records, source music from The Nice Guys from Lakeshore Records and a 2-disc vinyl from iam8it, and finally, Hollywood in Vienna: The World of James Horner, on Blu-Ray, from Varèse Sarabande. Ian also brings us the news that Nick Cave and Warren Ellis have composed the music for the upcoming heist thriller ‘Hell or High Water’, and composer Michael Giacchino has announced on Twitter that he’s scoring the upcoming Marvel movie ‘Doctor Strange’. Ian finishes this week’s SAT with a very cool 2-disc limited edition pick of the week from the fantastic team over at La-La Land Records!
1:06 Star Wars: The Force Awakens
2:37 Hell or High Water
4:12 Doctor Strange
6:00 Alice Through the Looking Glass
8:11 The Nice Guys
10:28 Hollywood in Vienna: The World of James Horner
11:46 Pick of the Week
Howdy internet! Welcome to episode 33 of Sideshow & Tell, your weekly newscast from Sideshow Sound Radio, brought to you this week by MC Crabb! In this week’s news, Ian discusses the latest film and television music releases including The Boy by Bear McCreary, from Lakeshore Records, a special 2-disc collector’s edition of The Blue Max by Jerry Goldsmith, from Tadlow Music, Zootropolis by Michael Giacchino, from Walt Disney Records, and finally, a digital release from Varèse Sarabande, Misconduct by Federico Jusid. Ian also brings us the news that composer Nathan Whitehead has been hired to score Akiva Goldsman’s upcoming horror “Stephanie” and composer Ruth Barrett will be scoring the upcoming BBC 5-part series “Love, Nina”. This week’s SAT ends of course, with Ian’s pick of the week, by composer Rachel Portman, from the fantastic folks over at Back Lot Music!
0:23 The Return of MC Crabb
3:19 The Boy
4:54 The Blue Max
10:56 Love, Nina
14:14 Pick of the Week
In this week’s newscast, your host Ian discusses the latest film and television music releases including The 33 by James Horner, from WaterTower Music, a 2-disc edition of The Martian by Harry Gregson-Williams, from Columbia Records, and Truth by Brian Tyler, from Varèse Sarabande. Ian also brings us the news that film composer Michael Giacchino is currently scoring Zootopia for Walt Disney Animation Studios and finishes this edition of SAT with his pick of the week from Silva Screen Records!
0:59 The 33
2:24 The Martian
7:00 Thunder Bay Hotel
8:13 Star Wars Score Guides
9:21 Pick of the Week
In this week’s 20th anniversary newscast, congratulations are in order! The Sideshow team join in celebration with our amazing host Ian for the greatest SAT to date! Ian discusses the latest film and television music releases including a vinyl release of The Amazing Spider-Man by James Horner, from Spacelab9, a 25th anniversary edition of Home Alone by John Williams, from Sony Masterworks, Season 2 of The Knick by Cliff Martinez, from Milan Records, The Crow by Graeme Revell, on vinyl from Varèse Sarabande, and also on vinyl, Jurassic World by Michael Giacchino, from Mondo Records. Ian finishes this special show with his pick of the week from WaterTower Music!
Link to Ian’s interview with cinematographer James Clarke
2:40 The Amazing Spiderman
6:13 Home Alone
9:00 The Knick
12:50 The Crow
14:26 Jurassic World
19:25 Hollywood Music in Media Awards Nominations
28:03 Pick of the Week
Join Will, Wend, Xander, Ian and Jonathan at Jurassic Park as they discuss all four film scores. First, we start with John Williams’ Jurassic Park scores and the masterful music he introduced to the film franchise, we later discuss the admirable Jurassic Park III score by Don Davis and finally, we finish off the episode by discussing the recently-released Jurassic World score by Michael Giacchino.
Sideshow Sound Radio welcomes you to Jurassic Park!
4:46 – Jurassic Park
25:56 – The Lost World: Jurassic Park
41:11 – Jurassic Park III
57:52 – Jurassic World
In this week´s newscast, Ian discusses the recent The Virgin Suicides soundtrack release by French band Air, music for the mini-series Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell by composers Benoit Charest and Benoit Groulx, Trevor Rabin´s Max score, the latest releases from Walt Disney Records, including Inside Out by Michael Giacchino, and The Legacy Collection releases Toy Story by Randy Newman and Cinderella, and to top it all off, Ian’s pick of the week!
Finally, this week the film music community was deeply saddened to learn of the tragic passing of film composer James Horner. We end the news with our thoughts on James Horner, as well as some words from our listeners and what his music meant to all of us. James has left us with an incredible musical legacy and helped inspire many of us in the Sideshow camp to become film composers ourselves and appreciate film music for the skilled craft it is.
Thank you for all you´ve given us James. You will be missed but not forgotten.
0:32 The Virgin Suicides
1:15 Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell
2:49 Inside Out
3:14 Toy Story
4:34 Pick of the Week
5:20 Thoughts on James Horner
In our first newscast, Ian discusses two of the latest offerings by Michael Giacchino, Jurassic World and Tomorrowland, recent releases including ‘Somewhere in Time: The Film Music of John Barry Vol. 1′, Murray Gold’s Doctor Who Series 8 soundtrack, a newly remastered version of Tangerine Dream’s Legend from BSX Records, Bear McCreary’s Outlander Volume 1 on vinyl and finally, Ian’s pick of the week!
0:56 Jurassic World
1:24 John Barry
2:02 Doctor Who Series 8
4:30 Outlander Vol. 1 on Vinyl
5:00 Pick of the Week
Happy New Year and welcome to the inaugural episode of Mouse Music, a podcast celebrating the music and history of the Walt Disney Company. In our first episode we combine two of our great loves, Star Wars and Disney!
We have a blast talking with our friends Richard and Sarah Woloski from Skywalking Through Neverland about the recent Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser trailer and irresponsibly speculating about the new movie.
Also, Wendell chats with Chris Lyndon about his time working at the Disney parks and to debut their new ongoing segment, the Disney Music Archives. Keeping with the space-travel theme, Chris presents us with a comical song from a 1955 episode of the Disneyland anthology series titled “Man and the Moon”, composed by the musical legend George Bruns.
Finally, in celebration of the 28th Anniversary of Star Tours, we start another new segment In the Parks by diving in to the history of the attraction and exploring the incredible music created for it by Richard Bellis and Michael Giacchino.
We invite you to share with us your reactions to the new Star Wars teaser trailer, your experiences riding the Starspeeder 1000, as well as your favourite music by George Bruns! Contact us via email: email@example.com or tweet us: @sideshowsound.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the show!
3:30 – Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser trailer reaction
47:07 – Disney Music Archives – “Man and the Moon”
1:00:38 – In the Parks – Star Tours
Links from this episode:
Interview with RIchard Bellis on composing for Star Tours at Endor Express
Interview with Michael Giacchino on composing for Star Tours: The Adventures Continue at Endor Express
The Music of Star Tours: The Adventures Continue Disney Vlog
Skywalking Through Neverland – a Star Wars/Disney, fan-focused podcast
Disney Chris´s Website – the most comprehensive collection of audio from the original Disneyland park found on the web
In our 4th episode, we discuss the incredible filmography and music of Disney’s Pixar. We each bring one of our favourite film scores to the table including Michael Giacchino’s The Incredibles (his first Pixar film) and Academy Award-winning score Up, Finding Nemo by Thomas Newman, and lastly, Monsters, Inc. by the underappreciated film composer Randy Newman.