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    Erik Woods reacted to Bespin in CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO PODCAST SUPER THREAD   
    Nice suggestion on your latest podcast!
     
     
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    Erik Woods got a reaction from Jurassic Shark in Jerry Goldsmith's AIR FORCE ONE - 2019 2CD Varese Deluxe Edition   
    Ok, but NO ONE is thinking about shuffling playlists when remixing these albums.
     
    -Erik-
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    Erik Woods got a reaction from Jurassic Shark in CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO PODCAST SUPER THREAD   
    Update: I had to take down the Goldsmith program. I have to correct some of factual errors in my read. Sorry about that. The show will be back up later today or tomorrow.
     
     
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    Erik Woods got a reaction from Bayesian in CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO PODCAST SUPER THREAD   
    I'm just going to dump all of my podcast notifications in this thread from now. I assume you'll like that because you guys like to keep things tidy around here which I can appreciated.
     
    Ok... here's my update for today.
     
    TWO NEW SHOWS WENT UP THIS WEEK
     
    THE FLAGSHIP SHOW: FAVOURITE SCORES OF 2020 – PART 1
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/the-flag-ship-show-fav-scores-2020-pt1/
     
    On today’s new episode of THE FLAGSHIP SHOW on CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK, Erik Woods selects his ten favourite scores of 2020. This is part one of a two-part series. Today, you’ll hear selections 10 – 6 which includes music by Dan Romer, Benh Zeitlin, Ralf Wengermayr, John Powell, Thomas Clay, and Austin Wintory.
     
    NEW EPISODE - RE-RECORDING GOLDSMITH
    http://www.cinematicsound.net/re-recording-goldsmith/
     
    On today’s episode of THE FLAGSHIP SHOW on the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO PODCAST NETWORK, we’ll be paying tribute to legendary composer Jerry Goldsmith. Goldsmith was born on February 10th, 1929 and would have turned 92 years young today.
     
    Goldsmith passed away on July 21, 2004, have scored hundreds of feature films, TV shows, TV mini-series’, concert works, commercials, film studio logos, theme park rides and radio programs. He was the recipient of one Academy Award, five Emmy’s and one Satellite Award.
     
    To honour Goldsmith on his birthday, we have put together a program called RE-RECORDING GOLDSMITH which is part of an ongoing series of re-recording programs here at CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO. RE-RECORDING GOLDSMITH features new recordings of some of Goldsmith’s best scores and some rarities as well. You’ll hear selections from CHINATOWN, RUDY, HOOSIERS, A GATHERING OF EAGLES, FANFARE FOR OSCAR, SEVEN DAYS IN MAY, SUPERGIRL, THE WIND AND THE LION, and many more featuring performances by The City of Prague Philharmonic, The Royal Philharmonic, The Kanagawa Philharmonic, The London Symphony, Dominic Hauser, Seattle Symphony and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
     
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    APPLE
    https://apple.co/2YMYnMN
     
    SPOTIFY
    https://open.spotify.com/episode/78RTBYtL8x2SC22k5UoNg4
     
    MERCH STORE
    https://www.teepublic.com/stores/cinematic-sound-radio
     
    Enjoy!
     
    -Erik-
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    Erik Woods reacted to Jurassic Shark in New Podcast! The Baton: A John Williams Musical Journey   
    Not bad - even I have heard of that guy!
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    Erik Woods reacted to Trumpeteer in New Podcast! The Baton: A John Williams Musical Journey   
    I would love that, but unfortunately no. The biggest celebrity I could get for this show was @Erik Woods.
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    Erik Woods reacted to Edmilson in The International Film Music Critics Association (IFMCA) list of nominees for excellence in musical scoring in 2020   
    It's his best score since Interstellar, and the most enjoyable to listen since At World's End.
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    Erik Woods got a reaction from Edmilson in The International Film Music Critics Association (IFMCA) list of nominees for excellence in musical scoring in 2020   
    All I can offer at this moment is Jon Broxton’s superb review of the score which mirrors my thoughts about the score.
     
    https://www.google.ca/amp/s/moviemusicuk.us/2020/12/29/wonder-woman-1984-hans-zimmer/amp/
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    Erik Woods got a reaction from TSMefford in The International Film Music Critics Association (IFMCA) list of nominees for excellence in musical scoring in 2020   
    Well, those two cues received the most votes so both get a nom. That's democracy!
     
    -Erik-
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    Erik Woods got a reaction from Romão in 2021 Academy Awards (for 2020 films)   
    If the Award bodies decided to look beyond their own noses they'd find a good helping of great films released last year.  Same goes for film scores. 
     
    -Erik-
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    Erik Woods got a reaction from TheUlyssesian in 2021 Academy Awards (for 2020 films)   
    I'm all for changing the rules because I honestly thinks they are stupid to begin with but if they are the rules NOW then you DO NOT make exceptions, especially if you AREN'T going to make exceptions for others.  That's the point.
     
    -Erik-
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    Erik Woods reacted to Alex in 2021 Academy Awards (for 2020 films)   
    Reznor and Ross winning their second Oscar when the likes of Newman, Powell, Elfman, Silvestri, Newton Howard have none is a travesty. Heck, even Goldsmith and Morricone only won one and it took Morricone almost 90 years to do so!
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    Erik Woods got a reaction from crumbs in 2021 Academy Awards (for 2020 films)   
    The Music Branch, The Academy and Disney are certainly making sure of this by bending the rules for them and them only. If I was a composer and my score had been DQ'd in the past I would be PISSED.  Why go to bat for R&R and not for anyone else? What a bunch of hypocrites. The Music Branch and the Academy have no integrity or principles whatsoever.  Soul is a mediocre score at best.

    I'm done with the Oscars. 
     
    -Erik-
     
     

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    Erik Woods reacted to Fabulin in 2021 Academy Awards (for 2020 films)   
    Don't worry. Williams would have lost to the political intrigue of the year, as he always does.
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    Erik Woods got a reaction from TheUlyssesian in 2021 Academy Awards (for 2020 films)   
    The Music Branch, The Academy and Disney are certainly making sure of this by bending the rules for them and them only. If I was a composer and my score had been DQ'd in the past I would be PISSED.  Why go to bat for R&R and not for anyone else? What a bunch of hypocrites. The Music Branch and the Academy have no integrity or principles whatsoever.  Soul is a mediocre score at best.

    I'm done with the Oscars. 
     
    -Erik-
     
     

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    Erik Woods got a reaction from Falstaft in Joe Kraemer: “I haven’t scored a single mainstream Hollywood movie since ‘Rogue Nation’”   
    Ugh... I hate doing home work for other people and I'm sure you'll just crap all over what ever I write because you already have your mind set but here we go anyway...

    And yes, Giacchino, Desplat, Powell, Silvestri, Howard, etc are still writing scores in that style you so covet. But there is a new crop of exciting composers that have been passed the torch and are doing great things in the film, TV and video game world...
     
    Look up people like Christopher Willis, Nami Melumad, Philip Klein, Austin Wintory, Gordy Haab, Marcus Paus, Federico Jusid, Fernando Velazquez, Eímear Noone, Chad Cannon, Marcus Trumpp, Anne Kathrin Dern,. Ralf Wengenmayr, Carlos Riveria, Amelia Warner, George Kallis, Alexander Cimini, John Paesano, Abel Korzenowski, Panu Aaltio, etc, etc, etc...

    All of them... extremely gifted and are currently crafting wonderful, varied scores that keep film music magical, nostalgic, fun, exciting and new.
     
    Now it's up to you to discover them for yourself.
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    Erik Woods got a reaction from Jurassic Shark in The Official Michael Giacchino Thread   
    Fun!!! but I cheated... I did 11 because I felt that JUPITER needs those two tracks.
     
    1. Married Life from UP
    2. Hunting For Jules from M:I3
    3. Dinner Rush from RATATOUILLE
    4. Peenemunde from SECRET WEAPONS OVER NORMANDY
    5. Pin-Ultimate Experience from TOMORROWLAND
    6. Sab Than Pursues The Princess from JOHN CARTER
    7. Parting Words from LOST: SEASON 1
    8. I Hate My Life from JUPITER ASCENDING
    9. The Shadow Chase from JUPITER ASCENDING 
    10. The Jet Aircraft Facility from MEDAL OF HONOR
    11. The Incredits from THE INCREDIBLES
     
    BTW, Rogue One is a fantastic score and if you want you can add the BRILLIANT "Confrontation on Eadu" as a bonus track.
     
    Enjoy!
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    Erik Woods got a reaction from TSMefford in The Official Michael Giacchino Thread   
    Fun!!! but I cheated... I did 11 because I felt that JUPITER needs those two tracks.
     
    1. Married Life from UP
    2. Hunting For Jules from M:I3
    3. Dinner Rush from RATATOUILLE
    4. Peenemunde from SECRET WEAPONS OVER NORMANDY
    5. Pin-Ultimate Experience from TOMORROWLAND
    6. Sab Than Pursues The Princess from JOHN CARTER
    7. Parting Words from LOST: SEASON 1
    8. I Hate My Life from JUPITER ASCENDING
    9. The Shadow Chase from JUPITER ASCENDING 
    10. The Jet Aircraft Facility from MEDAL OF HONOR
    11. The Incredits from THE INCREDIBLES
     
    BTW, Rogue One is a fantastic score and if you want you can add the BRILLIANT "Confrontation on Eadu" as a bonus track.
     
    Enjoy!
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    Erik Woods reacted to Edmilson in Joe Kraemer: “I haven’t scored a single mainstream Hollywood movie since ‘Rogue Nation’”   
    For everyone complaining that there isn't great film music being written, I think this may be helpful:
     
    https://moviemusicuk.us/2021/01/26/movie-music-uk-awards-2020/
     
    All the best film music that came out last year selected by a specialist.
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    Erik Woods reacted to The Big Man in Joe Kraemer: “I haven’t scored a single mainstream Hollywood movie since ‘Rogue Nation’”   
    Nothing Jay just listed made me wanna buy the albums.
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    Erik Woods got a reaction from Fabulin in Joe Kraemer: “I haven’t scored a single mainstream Hollywood movie since ‘Rogue Nation’”   
    It's as if you don't even listen to ANYTHING OTHER than Williams and Powell with a comment like that.

    MASQUERADE HOTEL, GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS, MIDSOMMER, SHAZAM!, TRAUMFABRIK, UNTAMED ROMANIA, MAX & ME, MARY SHELLEY, THE MIRCALE SEASON,  EL FOTOGRAFO DE MAUTHAUSEN, THE EMPEROR OF PARIS, WATERSHIP DOWN, BENJI, JIM KNOPF UND DIE WILDE 13, OUT OF THE SHADOWS, MARY POPPIN RETURNS, THE CLOVERFIELD PARADOX, BLACK PANTHER, READY PLAYER ONE, CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS, PHANTOM THREAD, THE DEATH OF STALIN, THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD, ALBION THE ENCHANTED STALLION, CELLO, REBEL IN THE RYE, A CURE FOR WELLNESS, THE RENDEZVOUS, 95, THE RED TURTLE, PETE'S DRAGON, GODS OF EGYPT, 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE, DARK WAVES, SWISS ARMY MAN, NERVE, MORIBITO: GUARDIAN OF THE SPIRIT, THE CAIRO DECLARATION, KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS, WONDER WOMAN 1984, FUKUSHIMA 50...
     
    Whoops... that was more than two. 
     
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    Erik Woods got a reaction from crumbs in Joe Kraemer: “I haven’t scored a single mainstream Hollywood movie since ‘Rogue Nation’”   
    Ugh... I hate doing home work for other people and I'm sure you'll just crap all over what ever I write because you already have your mind set but here we go anyway...

    And yes, Giacchino, Desplat, Powell, Silvestri, Howard, etc are still writing scores in that style you so covet. But there is a new crop of exciting composers that have been passed the torch and are doing great things in the film, TV and video game world...
     
    Look up people like Christopher Willis, Nami Melumad, Philip Klein, Austin Wintory, Gordy Haab, Marcus Paus, Federico Jusid, Fernando Velazquez, Eímear Noone, Chad Cannon, Marcus Trumpp, Anne Kathrin Dern,. Ralf Wengenmayr, Carlos Riveria, Amelia Warner, George Kallis, Alexander Cimini, John Paesano, Abel Korzenowski, Panu Aaltio, etc, etc, etc...

    All of them... extremely gifted and are currently crafting wonderful, varied scores that keep film music magical, nostalgic, fun, exciting and new.
     
    Now it's up to you to discover them for yourself.
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