- In this special episode, it's my first countdown! We'll listen to some of my favorite scores of all time, from Ennio Morricone to John Williams, this time on FrameTrax. Track Listings The Good,...
In this special episode, we’ll be listening to the works of one of the single greatest and prolific composers of ALL time with over 240 scores to his name including Star Trek, Gremlins and Patton! It’s the great Jerry Goldsmith, this time on FrameTrax.
He inspired Forrest Gump to “Run”, assembled Marvel’s Avengers and was the fuel that powered Doc Brown’s Delorean, that’s right. This time, we’ll be listening to the great Alan Silvestri, on...
He helped usher in a new era of movie scores with his 80's sounds. He gave a voice to both Axel Foley and Fletch. This time, we'll be listening to the music of Harold Faltermeyer, on FrameTrax....
50 years ago, the starship Enterprise changed the world of sci-fi forever. Over the years, it hasn’t slowed in it’s cultural influence.
He helped usher in the era of electronic movie scores. From disco king to soundtrack guru, we’ll be listening to the works of Giorgio Moroder.
He’s composed music with Pink Floyd, Eric Clapton and Queen during his illustrious career which includes scores for the Lethal Weapon series and Die Hard. This time on frametrax, we’ll listen the eclectic symphonic works of the late Michael Kamen.
From rock star to Hollywood icon. This time on frametrax, we’ll listen to the sometimes controversial, often parodied, and always entertaining, Danny Elfman.
If adventure has a name… it must be Indiana Jones.
Italian American composer Michael Giacchino has built a successful career by collaborating with Director/Producer JJ Abrams.
The film world has lost one of the greats, Composer John Barry. The man who was responsible for many of the most memorable James Bond themes composed over 100 scores during his career, winning him Academy Awards and critical praise at every turn.
For over 70 years, the Dark Knight has been a part of pop culture through comics, tv series, and films. This week, we explore the scores that were created for and inspired by the various incarnations of the Batman.
One of the most lyrical composers of our time is James Horner, whose movies have been the top grossing films of all time since 1997. This episode features work from Horner including Star Trek II, Cocoon, and Willow.
For more than 50 years, John Williams has been composing remarkable scores for some of the biggest blockbusters of all time.