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Welcome, everyone, to the next episode of the podcast! In this episode, I revisit a sub-series of the show called "Now Playing", during which I showcase recent soundtrack albums to which I’ve been listening. This can include music for both current fi... more
Hello again and welcome back to the podcast! In this somewhat "super-sized" installment of my multi-part trek through the music of Science Fiction cinema, I attempt to close out the decade of the 1980's. The previous installment in this series focuse... more
Welcome to the next new episode! I am pleased to be joined once more by soundtrack album producer and editor, Neil S. Bulk. As heard in previous years, which long-time listeners may recall, I’ve invited Neil back to reflect on his notable projects fr... more
This show is a true gem and well worth listening to if you have even a passing interest in film music. The Evolving Sound of Science Fiction Cinema subseries, specifically, is truly exceptional and functions as a good primer on classic sci-fi films one might have missed out on over the years. Keep up the excellent work!
I’ve been a casual listener of this podcast for the past few years. The new series entitled “The Evolving Sound of Science Fiction Cinema” is a real treat. I’m old enough to remember watching most of the films in part one (and I’m guessing part two, too!) on my local TV late night and Saturday afternoon SciFi creature features (Thank You ‘Houlihan
Excellence and accessible podcast about film and television music, that doesn’t go for the obvious and overplayed.
I’m enjoying this podcast more and more. Latest episode covers music Stu Phillips wrote for the original Battlestar Galactica. These scores stand the test of time and have really interesting back stories. more
I'm new to this podcast, but I've got to say that it's really interesting and entertaing. Brian McVickar has a genuine enthusiasm for film music and it really shows in his presenting style. It is also really wonderful how we get excerpts of the soundtracks and comparisons with some of the composers that many of the greats were inspired by.
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A Score To Settle launched 5 years ago and published 47 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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