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Entertaining & Informative

By Gordy SR - Feb 16 2012
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I love this show, hope they keep it up! Really nice balance of accessibility - they reference a lot of popular movies and songs, composers, and at the same time Andy and Jesse know their stuff, so they bring you in to some really great new music, movies, or just looking at something differently. definitely worth the price of... free!!!

iTunes Ratings

30 Ratings
Average Ratings
15
3
7
2
3

Entertaining & Informative

By Gordy SR - Feb 16 2012
Read more
I love this show, hope they keep it up! Really nice balance of accessibility - they reference a lot of popular movies and songs, composers, and at the same time Andy and Jesse know their stuff, so they bring you in to some really great new music, movies, or just looking at something differently. definitely worth the price of... free!!!
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FilmTracks

Latest release on Dec 08, 2013

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

Updated by OwlTail 7 days ago

Rank #1: Trevor Rabin, Jacaranda, and Film Music – FilmTracks Ep. 16

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Today on FilmTracks, Andrew and Jessie are very pleased to have Trevor Rabin on the show – a very accomplished guitarist, musician, and film composer. Born in South Africa, he is best known as a guitarist, vocalist and songwriter for the British progressive rock band YES from ’82-94, but now as a film composer for [&hellip

Jun 06 2012

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Rank #2: Indie Artists & Scores – FilmTracks Ep. 3

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Independent artists have always been at the forefront of social and cultural change, and it was only a matter of time before someone recognized that combining film and this style of music could transcend film to unimaginable heights. In this week’s episode, Andrew and Jessie will dive into some obscure and overlooked albums composed by [&hellip

Feb 15 2012

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Rank #3: Best Movie Scenes – FilmTracks Ep. 5

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No matter what time period, genre, or aesthetic, the films that stand out in our memory are the ones that give us an experience we will never forget.  Some of the time, these experiences are dictated by a subconscious emotional response, while others are just the plan exclamation, “.. this is so awesome.”  It’s no [&hellip

Feb 29 2012

1hr 9mins

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Rank #4: Austin Wintory & ‘Journey’ (PS3) – FilmTracks Ep. 9

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With advancements in technology, video games have become an immersive experience. Twenty years ago, orchestral scores and high def video in a video game was an outrageous thought, but everyone knew it was coming. Think of ‘Myst’, or ‘Wing Commander’ – these games scratched the surface of what was to become normal in every game [&hellip

Apr 18 2012

1hr 13mins

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Rank #5: Deborah Lurie, Footloose & Unfinished Life – FilmTracks Ep. 4

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It is difficult to imagine a composer that knows how to perfectly define moments on film with music, yet each time I watch a film scored by Deborah Lurie, I realize her abilities as a composer give her the great gift of creating movie magic. Blending a perfect balance of melody and color, Deborah Lurie [&hellip

Feb 22 2012

1hr 2mins

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Rank #6: Avengers, Dark Shadows, New Music and Tributes – FilmTracks Ep. 12

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Taking a break from our extensive guest list, Andrew and Jessie are back with a full-fledged discussion of upcoming awesome soundtracks, in addition to some very important artists that passed away over the past few weeks. In addition to showing clips, they will talk about their upcoming slate of guests and dig deeper into the [&hellip

May 09 2012

1hr 15mins

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Rank #7: The Music of Documentaries – FilmTracks Ep. 7

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Documentaries are often though of as short films that literally document a specific time and place in history. The Discovery Channel, National Georgraphic, The History Channel – they all give us a slice of information in a narrative sense. Voiceover narration, a very informative style. In the broad sense, many documentaries follow this suite, however [&hellip

Mar 14 2012

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Rank #8: Lucas Vidal – Composer for THE RAVEN – FilmTracks Ep. 11

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At only 27 years of age, Lucas Vidal quickly moved from the Berklee College of Music to some of the world’s most respected soundstages. He is already composing scores for The Cold Light of Day (Bruce Willis, Segourney Weaver) and The Raven (John Cusack), directed by James McTeigue (V For Vendetta). He was the youngest [&hellip

May 02 2012

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Rank #9: Rich Ragsdale, A Composer and Director – FilmTracks Ep. 14

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Andrew and Jessie were very pleased to have composer/director Rich Ragsdale. Co-founder of KNR Productions, Rich’s career began as a composer for film (Edmond, Eight Legged Freaks), television (King of Queens, According to Jim, Will and Grace), and video games (Aliens vs. Predator, No One Lives Forever). In 2003, Rich crossed over into the directing [&hellip

May 23 2012

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Rank #10: News, Monsters, and The Hunter – FilmTracks Ep. 8

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After a three-week ‘spring break’, FilmTracks is back with cool film music news and a critique and discussion of two recent films – ‘The Hunter’ and ‘Monsters’. Sci-fi seems to be taking a new turn as character-driven ‘indie’ films are being made with a unique sci-fi foundation. Not only does it provide a unique narrative, [&hellip

Apr 11 2012

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