Today on Soundtrack Alley You'll hear my interview with Israeli composer Sharon Farber. We'll discuss her career in film composing, how she got into composing with the legendary Shirley Walker and we'll delve into her documentary work as well as her concert work. I hope you enjoy this look back episode!
I think you'll enjoy this jazzy score to the great b movie of Ice Pirates which is a science fiction of the best caliber! Well in its own right. I still think you'll enjoy my discussion on the film and the score by Bruce Broughton.
Today I'm going into the video game world of Tron. This is an old episode and I wanted to revisit it and I hope sometime in the future I can re-record with new material to make it shine, but for now, I hope you can enjoy this special episode!
Today You'll hear as Tim Benson and I discuss Argo from back when we did Jack Kirby month on my podcast in preparation for the Kirby 100's project. I hope you enjoy the discussion on the actual event that took place that the film is based on and I hope you enjoy the score by Alexander Desplat.
Enjoy and relax.
This is another old interview I did with Jamie Christopherson who did the score to American Wrestler among lots of video game scores as well. You'll hear as we discuss his career and a lot more. Along with music by this very composer!
Today you’ll feel all nostalgic with my discussion about Transformers directed by Michael Bay. You’ll hear me discuss the cast, background and the great score by Steve Jablonsky. Sit back and relax. Enjoy
Today even though I’m traveling, I still want to share with you an old episode of Ghost in the Shell. It’s an amazing, fantastic film that inspired so much in the world of science fiction and fantasy. This anime is the inspiration for The Matrix. I hope you enjoy it.
Today I’ve got Clinton and Chris with me as we discuss the underrated Superman 3 from 1983. We talk about Richard Pryor, Annette O’Toole and Chris Reeves. We also discuss the great score by Ken Thorne. Please forgive the audio quality. There were some issues with the audio so normally this episode would be on Cinematic Sound Radio. However the next new episode will be held there.
Today marks a new beginning for Soundtrack Alley, all new shows will be on Cinematic Sound Radio and this show is the last of the new shows through the current podcast. Enjoy our discussion about the movie and the cast along with background info. We’ll enjoy moments of the score and I hope you can appreciate what we say!
This is part 2 of the tomb raider game discussion and the movies. This is a much longer episode. Take it in chunks. It’s meaty and long. Just warning you. However if you are a fan of Lara Croft Listen. You’ll enjoy it.
Today the poll on Twitter won! Raiders of the Lost Ark, this is Erik Woods favorite all time movie. We had a blast discussing the film. We went into the background, cast and of course the wonderful score by John Williams! Enjoy!
Check out this special show, the audio may not be great, but the conversation was. Check out the interview with Bruce Rowland, then stick around for the conversation about The Man From Snowy River, the 1984 classic.
Today on Soundtrack Alley Spotlight I’ve got Cullen Stapleton with me as we discuss one of my favorite films of all time. We discuss the background and of course the best Star Wars scores of all time by John Williams. Enjoy the show
In honor of May the 4th I’m doing Star Wars themed podcast this week. Today, it’s A New Hope Episode 4 of the Skywalker Saga. I’ve got Jerry McMullen from The Worst Comic Podcast Ever. We’ll talk the film and of course the score by John Williams. Enjoy!
Today Erik and I go back in time to the 1980s with the crew of the Enterprise, as they try to retrieve humpback whales from the past to save the future. We’ll discuss the film and the score by Leonard Roseman. Enjoy this show!
Today you’ll hear a classic episode with Erik Woods joining me for another look at Star Trek II and we delve deeply into the film and score and see how it holds up. Enjoy the music of James Horner. And enjoy our chatter.
Today on Soundtrack Alley Spotlight we complete the Back to the Future trilogy with the third installment that takes us into the old west. I’ll discuss the cast, background, and the Aaron Copeland inspired Alan Silvestri score all today!!!
Today on Soundtrack Alley Spotlight I'll be going back to discussing The Black Hole from 1977. I'll be discussing the cast, the darkness of the movie, how Disney almost stopped making live action films for a long time and of course the score by John Barry. It's all today and I hope you enjoy it!
On today's Soundtrack Alley Spotlight, I've got Lucas Cantor with me as we discuss the TNG episode of Star Trek - Best of Both Worlds, we'll look at the background on the show, the amazing transition that star trek became and the music that Ron Jones used. Lucas Cantor adds so much to the show. This is a long one, running over 2 hours. So sit back relax and enjoy this show!