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  1. Thomas Newman has been confirmed to be scoring Pixar's 2014 movie "The Good Dinosaur", as confirmed by Film Music Reporter, which I am about to quote. But pay attention to the part I bolded http://filmmusicreporter.com/2013/03/15/thomas-newman-to-score-pixars-the-good-dinosaur/ What the heck is the other major film he is scoring this year?
  2. I am happy to announce the latest collaboration between the London Symphony Orchestra, the European FilmPhilharmonic Institute and conductor Frank Strobel: "Tribute to Steven Spielberg" December 10, 2017 @ Philharmonie de Paris, France London Symphony Orchestra Frank Strobel, conductor Repertoire to include excerpts from BACK TO THE FUTURE by Alan Silvestri BRIDGE OF SPIES by Thomas Newman INDIANA JONES AND THE LAST CRUSADE by John Williams JAWS by John Williams JURASSIC PARK III by Don Davis POLTERGEIST by Jerry Goldsmith
  3. Don't think we have a thread for this yet, but this will be out next week. Amazon has cover art and tracklist up. 1. Kelpcake (Thomas Newman) 2. Finding Dory (Main Title) (Thomas Newman) 3. Lost at Sea (Thomas Newman) 4. One Year Later (Thomas Newman) 5. Migration Song (Thomas Newman) 6. "O, We're Going Home" (Thomas Newman) 7. Jewel of Morro Bay (Thomas Newman) 8. Gnarly Chop (Thomas Newman) 9. Squid Chase (Thomas Newman) 10. Sigourney Weaver (Thomas Newman) 11. Hank (Thomas Newman) 12. Nobod
  4. I mentioned this over in the Skyfall review thread, but wanted to create a new thread for discussion as the film goes through production. Apparently, Mendes is 75% sure he'll return to direct, and is waiting for the final script to be turned in. Craig, Fiennes, Harris, and Wishaw are all signed on to reprise their respective roles. If Mendes returns, surely we'll get Deakins and Newman again as well. This has suddenly become one of my most anticipated films.
  5. Tom turns 60 today. He's had quite a career so far and a very busy month! Can't wait for SPECTRE to be released later this week: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8ghVSwQenU And some of his other stuff: (one of his finest themes in that last clip) Karol
  6. This might come a bit late in the game since the Academy Awards came and went already but Jim Svedja of KUSC Classical interviewed John Williams before the Oscars and here is the 30 minute talk they had. Also on the same site are the interviews with other three of the five Oscar nominees of 2014 and of course all the older KUSC programmes, including previous year's Oscar nominee interviews. John Williams is his humble and gracious self in the interview but what shines through very clearly during this talk is his truly deep appreciation for his colleagues, musicians and music itself. A fine lis
  7. As you all know, and if the thread title doesn't clue you in, I don't like Thomas Newman's music. It's all ambient and sparkly but it rarely has that underbelly of substance that I want from my music. It's part of what I like about John Williams. Even in his most cheery and sparkly pieces, he writes with a darker (almost sad?) voice, a fullness, and weight you don't get elsewhere. It's the same case with Jerry Goldsmith. Yet you all seem to love this Snoozeman fellow. I can't seem to connect the line from Williams fandom to Snoozeman fandom. So your mission, should you choose to accept it,
  8. This is the new Disney film coming out this December about Walt Disney trying to get the movie rights to Mary Poppins from the book's author, and the subsequent production of the film. Here's the trailer Anyways, Thomas Newman is scoring it, and the CD comes out December 10th on Walt Disney Records. I assume there will be a standard AND deluxe edition, but right now only a 2CD Deluxe Edition is up for pre-order on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DYOGQ4S/
  9. The OST to Skyfall composed by Thomas Newman will be released on Monday October 22nd (International) / Tuesday November 6th (USA) by Sony Classical. More info as soon as I get it. UPDATES: Amazon UK link with Monday October 22nd release date: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0096233ZW/ Amazon US link with Tuesday November 6th release date: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009FBX5M0/ Cover art:
  10. The Good German Music by Thomas Newman A review of the soundtrack album by Mikko Ojala The Good German by Thomas Newman is a strangely compelling listening experience and a younger composer's journey in the footsteps of his father and the other great masters of the Golden Age of Hollywood. Thomas Newman was to my mind an unlikely candidate to score this Steven Soderbergh's reverent homage to the film noir genre but he pulled it off with convincing panache and skill. Here he seems to channel the past masters in style but still retains his own unmistakable touch sound
  11. Only in the film score world would there be a CD with track titled "Eve Masturbates"
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