An ”under the hood” look at scores from films starting with the James Bond series. In these episodes composer Jason Frederick and professional trumpeter and the man behind ”Q The Music” (the world‘s leading James Bond Tribute Concert) and Film Score lecturer and historian Gergely Hubai attempt to explain the techniques, secrets, methods and mastery behind the scores you love so much. The aim is to dive deeply in an almost documentary style to explain these scores in depth as well as how they are created musically to non-musicians.
006: No Time To Die Soundtrack Review
2:11:40Well, we've waited long enough for a new soundtrack to discuss, so we're gonna make the most of it! Join Warren, Gergely and Jason as we give our thoughts and observations on the music from No Time To Die. Lots of work goes in to these, so if you like it, please let us know, but definitely let others know too!
005: Playing on the No Time To Die Soundtrack
1:03:58Today we are delighted to be joined by Mike Lovatt - Lead Trumpet on the latest James Bond film soundtrack for No Time To Die. What was it like to play on this hotly anticipated and long awaited Bond film? How does one end up on the session? What was it like working under Hans Zimmer? We find out on today's episode! We'll be back with a soundtrack review next week!
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004: The James Bond Theme - A look at the Orchestration
1:28:17Welcome back, and this one is all about the Orchestration and Composition of the James Bond Theme. Join Jason and Warren as they break down the Theme's compositional elements, looking at aspects often overlooked and welcome guest Steve Down to give a real in depth look into how the most iconic Guitar sound ever was created. We're still working on the legal episode on the JBT, and it is likely to be a two parter next month!
003: Dr No (Part 2) - Dialling into the Cues
1:16:41We're back to wrap up our look at the Dr No. soundtrack - this time delving deeper into the cues themselves. * Who really sang Mango Tree and why are there several people claiming it? * Did you know one cue on the soundtrack often labelled as "not used in the film" actually WAS used in the French print? Gergely shocks us by revealing which. * We take a closer look into the origin of the "bleeps and blops" of the opening credits * Is Monty Norman actually a genius for incorporating subtle Chinese references into his writing? Join us to find out! We'll be returning for one more month to Dr No next month with a double part release on the James Bond Theme - the court case and the orchestration and composition. Don't forget to leave us a review and if you enjoy it, please recommend it to someone else who might...
002: Dr No (Part 1) - The Soundtrack
1:27Well, we are finally back and launched properly for 2021. 2 (presenters) are now 3 with the addition of Gergely Hubai - a Soundtrack expert... Today we dive into Dr. No - * What is the true story behind why various parts of the score sound so different? * Why do the orchestral parts of this score sound dated compared to future Barry scores? * What was the writ brought against the Bond producers by Carlos Malcolm, who claimed Monty Norman "stole" his scores? * Is this score Golden Age or Silver Age? Find out this and much much more in this first part on Dr No! Don't forget to leave us a review and if you enjoy it, please recommend it to someone else who might...
001: No Time To Die Song
1:40:20In a brand new podcast looking "under the hood" of scores and songs, we start our journey with Billie Eilish's song for the James Bond film No Time To Die. We'll be back later in the year with a look at Bond scores: What techniques are employed? What is the Barry/Bond sound, and how is it created? What is the Bond chord exactly? Do subscribe and join us on our Facebook Page!