Podcast interview with Cary E. Mansfield, Varese Sarabande’s V.P. of A&R, regarding the label’s recent release of soundtrack LPs, including John Powell’s The Bourne Identity (2002), which is reviewed in detail.
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The first film in the enduring franchise gave John Powell the perfect opportunity to write what remains both his definitive action sound, and the definitive action score of that decade, blending large orchestral sounds with layers upon layers of electronics…
Soundtrack reviews of Orbital’s Pusher (Silva Screen) and Ramin Djawadi’s Red Dawn (Sony Classical), plus some thoughts on the recent sale of veteran soundtrack label Varese Sarabande to the Cutting Edge group for $100 million smackadoodles (which is about the same in Canadian smackadoodles).
Return to: Home / Soundtrack Reviews / C . Rating: Excellent Label: Quartet Records (Spain) / Released: February 28, 2012 Tracks & Album Length: CD1: 33 tracks / (58:40) + CD2: 13 tracks / (33:58) . Special Notes: 8-page colour CD booklet / 64-page colour booklet with extensive liner notes / slip case / Limited to 1500 copies […]
Return to: Home / Soundtrack Reviews / C . Rating: Excellent Label: Kritzerland Records/ Released: January 18, 2011 Tracks & Album Length: 30 tracks / (69:31) . Special Notes: 8-page colour booklet with liner notes by Bruce Kimmel and Gergely Hubai / Limited to 1000 copies.. . Composer: Burt Bacharach . . Review: While Charles K. Feldman’s […]