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  • Ep. 61 - Nina Simone's 'The Thomas Crown Affair'

    With an original score actually composed by Bill Conti, the variety of jazz arrangements within the score fit perfectly with the famous track, 'Sinnerman' performed by none other than the great Nina Simone. Nothing compares to the original 1968 film with Steve McQueen, however John McTiernan did ...

  • Ep. 60 - John Williams & John Powell's 'Solo: A Star Wars Story'

    This clip features three cues from the Deluxe Edition of the soundtrack, featuring "Meet Han (1M1)” composed by John Williams & John Powell, with the two others ("Bunk / Proxima", "Corellia Chase") composed by John Powell. One can say it must be exceedingly difficult to follow in the footsteps of...

  • Ep. 58 - Jerry Goldsmith's 'Total Recall'

    We consider this to be one of the best intros ever, composed by the incredible Jerry Goldsmith. Performed by the National Philharmonic Orchestra, this score in particular is hailed as one of Goldsmith's best. If you have the chance to grab the Deluxe Edition released by Varèse Sarabande, you abso...

  • Ep. 59 - James Newton Howard's 'Wyatt Earp'

    We absolutely love this classic James Newton Howard score, which is filled with beautiful orchestral swells and adventure motifs. "The Wagon Chase" is wonderful in that it goes from a poignant moment between young Wyatt and his father (the great Gene Hackman) to a present day wagon chase getaway....

  • Ep. 57 - Junip's 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty'

    "The Life of Walter Mitty" is all about the "quintessence of life”, and taking the courageous leap to become the person you've always wanted to be. With a fun score by Theodore Shapiro, the soundtrack also features Junip a.k.a José González performing a variety of songs throughout that are heartw...

  • Ep. 56 - John Barry & A-ha's 'The Living Daylights'

    This continues the great 007 tradition with John Barry at the helm, but this time collaborating with the great A-ha to compose the title track, "The Living Daylights". This was the eleventh and final Bond soundtrack to be scored by Barry, and the soundtrack introduced sequenced electronic rhythm ...

  • Ep. 55 - John Barry & Duran Duran's 'A View to a Kill'

    Who can forget the fourteenth James Bond film featuring Roger Moore, Grace Jones, and Christopher Walken? The opening credit sequences for every Bond film have become an iconic moment for every one in the franchise, where sound & image can have full uninterrupted gravitas. For the earlier films, ...

  • Ep. 54 - Michael Kamen's 'Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves'

    Who can forget Bryan Adams' unforgettable song "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You" from the 1991 American action film, "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves"? That combined with incredible performances and a great score by Michael Kamen made this film a massive box office success, and in fact, was the s...

  • Ep. 53 - Kenny Loggins' 'Footloose'

    There is nothing more iconic than Kevin Bacon's journey to overturn a ban on dancing instituted by the efforts of a local minister, especially using Kenny Loggins' iconic tune 'Footloose' to do it. The track itself hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and received 1985 Academy Award nominations for...

  • Ep. 52 - John Cale's 'American Psycho'

    There is no question that 'American Psycho' is controversial for a variety of reasons, however the music is what we are most interested in. While the regular soundtrack features a variety of hits from artists like David Bowie, The Cure, and New Order, and Huey Lewis and the News, John Cale's subt...

  • The Pinball Concerts - Highballs & Brass, Pt. 1

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    Grab yourself a drink, sit back, and join us for something new! CineConcerts founder and producer Justin Freer leads 14 Los Angeles-based, renowned brass players and brings you a concert with highballs, interviews, a fun rehearsal, arcade games, and more!

  • Ep. 48 - Jerry Goldsmith's 'Planet of the Apes'

    Justin discusses two scenes from the sci-fi classic Planet of the Apes, scored by Jerry Goldsmith.

    Where to watch: https://letterboxd.com/film/planet-of-the-apes/

  • Ep. 25 - Christopher Willis Interview, Part 2

    In the second part of our interview series with Christopher Willis he talks about his experience working with Rupert Gregson-Williams on VEEP, what it was like to score comedy in a serious way, how he got the job on Disney's The Lion Guard, and MORE!

    Where to watch:
    VEEP- https://www.justwatch.c...