Tag: John Murphy

Podcast interview with LES MISERABLES’ John Murphy

Podcast interview with LES MISERABLES’ John Murphy

May 2, 2019 | By

Podcast interview with composer John Murphy and his recently-scored BBC mini-series LES MISERABLES (2018).

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Digital: LES MISERABLES (2018)

Digital: LES MISERABLES (2018)

May 2, 2019 | By

Victor Hugo’s massive 5-volume epic tale of life in France between 1815-1832 was originally published in 1862, and has spawned a blockbuster musical, many film adaptations and several TV productions, but this 6-part, 2018 BBC mini-series…

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Soundtrack Reviews

Soundtrack Reviews

February 19, 2015 | By

Soundtrack reviews of John Murphy’s Anonymous Rejected Filmscore (Taped Noise), Antonio Sanchez’ Birdman (Milan Records), Frederik Wiedmann’s Dying of the Light + James Newton Howard’s Nightcrawler (Lakeshore Records), and Tyler Bates & Joel J. Richard’s John Wick + Keep on Keepin’ On (Varese Sarabande).

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CD: Anonymous Rejected Filmscore (2014)

CD: Anonymous Rejected Filmscore (2014)

February 19, 2015 | By

Having scored a hefty share of horror (28 Days Later) and action films (Armored), John Murphy’s next work was reportedly more in the drama genre, but in spite of crafting demo versions for the pleased director, the music was eventually rejected in favour of a different approach…

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Vinyl Docs, Part 1 + a Smattering of Nostalgia

Vinyl Docs, Part 1 + a Smattering of Nostalgia

February 11, 2015 | By

Reviews of three docs on records – the extreme collector in Alan Zweig’s Vinyl (2000), the history of the 7″ record and 12″ LP in the respective BBC docs The Joy of the Single and When Albums Ruled the World.

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John Murphy’s Anonymous Rejected Filmscore

John Murphy’s Anonymous Rejected Filmscore

February 5, 2015 | By

Podcast with composer John Murphy regarding his latest album, Anonymous Rejected Filmscore (Taped Noise).

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JOHN MURPHY

JOHN MURPHY

October 20, 2010 | By

Return to: Home / Exclusive Interviews & Profiles / Composers   John Murphy is a bit of an enigma in that he’s recognized for a sound that inarguably made some of the most popular films by Danny Boyle and Michael Ritchie successful with audiences. Whether it’s music for hip or slightly daft criminals, astronauts trying to stop the […]

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