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  1. He didn't have an official thread and I wanted to post this fairly recent video interview with Burlingame. I'll probably be the only one to ever bump this thread, haha. Me and @Marian Schedenig appear to be the biggest fans of his on the board. Randy Newman Interviewed by Jon Burlingame from Patrick Russ on Vimeo.
  2. Two cues have been released from Randy Newman's score for the upcoming Netflix film Marriage Story, directed by Noah Baumbach. This is very different from Randy's music for Baumbach's last film, The Meyerowitz Stories, which was just 20 minutes of solo piano noodling. For one thing this is orchestral (although a pretty small one)! The cues are a bit meandering and don't really build to anything, which probably suits the apparently subdued tone of the film, but it really sounds like classic Randy. My anticipation of this score just shot up 100%!
  3. It's now up for pre-order on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B9JDBCA/
  4. Hi. I just posted my transcription and piano solo of most of the end title to Randy Newman's beautiful "Awakenings' soundtrack on Youtube. Type "Hal Dickens" and you'll find it. Let me know what you think.
  5. I was watching Toy Story 3 yesterday, and I was really impressed with the score. I enjoy listening to the other two scores, so I was expecting a decent score from Newman at the very least, but some moments really stood out. Track 14 is just epic, and one of my favourite cues this year. I won't spoil it for anyone who hasn't seen the movie, but those who have will know exactly what scene it's from. The first half reminds me so much of Goldsmith, especially at 0:38 when the strings play a ferocious little action melody, then it's immediatly passed to the trumpets. The rest of the score is enjoyable if you liked the other scores. The third track is another good action cue, and there are some unexpected Spanish influences dotted throughout a few tracks P.S. The link above is for track 14 on YouTube. The track name contains a spoiler, as do the comments. What do you guys think of the score, especially track 14?
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