William Ryan Key (Yellowcard) - EP16
58 min

New friend Ryan and Jim talk about all the places one receives an education in music ... institutions and bus lounge interventions. Huh, Institutions and Interventions kind of sounds like a good name for an album. Dibs. 


 

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Animations and Logo: Tonianne Tartaro @tonianaro and Emily Argiro @em_argiro

Credit Sequence Music:  “Flying On By” by Jackson, Finn and Jim Adkins. Published by Red Pods Of Fire Music (Kobalt)

 

Produced and Edited by Jim Adkins
 

METAL UP YOUR PODCAST - All Things Metallica
METAL UP YOUR PODCAST - All Things Metallica
Clint Wells & Ethan Luck
Episode 204 - Rob and Kirk Doodles (pt. 1)
On this episode Clint is joined by Alphabetallica host, Tom Kwei, while Ethan is away on vacation to break down every Rob and Kirk doodle on the US arena leg of the World Wired tour. Clint also reads listener mail, talks Metallica recording a new album and gives an exciting update on Lunar Satan. You can pre-order the Lunar Satan limited edition vinyl and/or cassette here: LUNAR SATAN Here's a breakdown of what was discussed in this episode: - the philosophy of doodles - American vs. European audiences - production value - Stupid Girl (Garbage) - Shirley Manson - When Doves Cry (Prince) - Dan Wilson and Semisonic - the Minneapolis music scene - Le Freak (Chic) - Jungle Boogie (Kool and the Gang) - arena names - Indigenous (Things We Do) - metal tales from the road - Metallica podcasts - Dylan and Beatles podcasts - Taking Care of Business (BTO) - Arcade Fire - Springsteen and the E Street Band - Devil’s Dance and Spit Out the Bone - Tom Sawyer (Rush) - Steely Dan vs. Rush - Death Magnetic vs. Hardwired - Bob Schneider and Austin, Texas - Telephone Song (SRV) - Whiskey River (Willie Nelson) - getting the crowd on your side - Gone Daddy Gone (Violent Femmes) - Freddie’s Dead (Curtis Mayfield) - Gillette stadium - Donnie Iris (Ah! Leah!) - The Nittany Lion - American sports obsession - Just A Bullet Away - Ben Folds Five - Metalliclaus - For The Love of Money (The O’Jays) - getting into Judas Priest - Cannibal Corpse - Zero the Hero (Black Sabbath) - the album art for Born Again - Stand Up And Shout (Dio) - Rockstar the movie - Dave Matthews Band and Tom Waits If you think Metal Up Your Podcast has value, please consider taking a brief moment to leave a positive review and subscribe here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/metal-up-your-podcast-all-things-metallica/id1187775077 You can further support the show by becoming a patron. All patrons of Metal Up Your Podcast at the $5 level receive volumes 2-4 of our Cover Our World Blackened EP's for free. Additionally, patrons are invited to come on the show to talk about any past Metallica show they've been to and are given access to ask our guests like Ray Burton, Halestorm, Michael Wagener, Jay Weinberg of Slipknot and members of Metallica's crew their very own questions. Be a part of what makes Metal Up Your Podcast special by becoming a PATRON here: http://www.patreon.com/metalupyourpodcast Official Website here: http://metalupyourpodcast.com Purchase Cover Our World Blackened, Volume 1 here: https://music.apple.com/us/album/cover-our-world-blackened-vol-1/1442721389 Purchase Cover Our World Blackened, Volume 2 here: https://music.apple.com/us/album/cover-our-world-blackened-vol-2/1464606181 Follow us on all social media platforms. Write in at: metalupyourpodcastshow@gmail.com
1 hr 56 min
Art of the Score
Art of the Score
Andrew Pogson, Nicholas Buc and Dan Golding
Episode 32: The Mummy
It’s Episode 32, and we come back to you from the city of the lockdown with the crown jewel of 1990s action adventure: Jerry Goldsmith’s wonderful score for The Mummy. Goldsmith has for some time been one of Art of the Score’s most requested composers, so join us as we journey to 1920s Egypt and scheme among the pyramids with Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, and that incredible music. Episode notes: 5:05 – That’s Goldsmith, Jerry! Goldsmith! 8:04 – Podcast recommendation: The Goldsmith Odyssey 10:04 – The Universal history of the Mummy 19:03 – Hamunaptra theme 24:18 – A brief introduction to the film’s other themes 26:58 – Hamun it up 32:40 – Hamajor Hamontage 36:58 – Jerry’s percussion 39:11 – Imhotep’s motif 44:21 – Nick comes clean about his bullying ways 47:01 – The love theme 52:20 – Luteish love and handy hand percussion 56:41 – The power of French Horns propels you 1:00:06 – A romantic finale 1:05:12 – Rick’s theme 1:12:27 – Here come the baddies 1:15:47 – The Mummy Strut 1:18:47 – A sourcey rag 1:22:14 – The Musicians of the Nile 1:27:26 – Hollywood’s sound of Egypt 1:34:44 – Do camels have scales? 1:38:21 – The key is octatonic 1:46:13 – Frightening mummy 1:53:52 – Imhotep’s death (or, that’s a wrap folks!) We love to hear from our listeners – get in touch via Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and if you like The Art of the Score, please take a moment to subscribe, rate and comment.
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