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Bill Conti

Bill Conti

He made Rocky Balboa a hit, gave the Karate Kid his kick, and had the Right Stuff for NASA. It’s the powerful music of the great Bill Conti, this time on FrameTrax.

One Offs

One Offs

This time on FrameTrax, we delve into the realm of one-hit wonders, shining a spotlight on composers who achieved extraordinary success with just one memorable score. Join us as we unravel the stories behind some iconic film soundtracks, including those from “2001: A Space Odyssey,” Toto’s “Dune,” Brad Fidel’s “The Terminator,” Daft Punk’s “Tron Legacy,” and Nino Rota’s “The Godfather.”

Basil Poledorius

Basil Poledorius

This time on FrameTrax, his name may be hard to pronounce but his music is timeless. From Conan, to Robocop, to Free Willy, Basil’s epic themes have played against some of the most iconic moments in cinematic history.

Ennio Morricone

Ennio Morricone

This time of FrameTrax, we’re listening to the wonderful scores by Ennio Morricone, who is credited with composing over 500 scores during his lengthy career. In the vast realm of film music, there are only a handful of composers who have left an indelible mark on the industry. One such luminary is the late Ennio Morricone – a maestro whose innovative and emotive compositions continue to captivate audiences worldwide. From the American West to the jungles of South America, and the gangster streets of 1930’s Chicago, Morricone’s music has transcended borders and genres, taking listeners on a mesmerizing journey through time.

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Andrew Lloyd Webber

This time of FrameTrax, we take a look and listen to the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber who has pushed the boundaries of theater entertainment for over 5 decades. By doing so, he has become the most successful composer of all time.

Hans Zimmer

Hans Zimmer

From his humble beginnings with Rain Man to his reign as captain of his own empire, Hans Zimmer is an enigmatic and often polarizing figure in the film music community. We take a listen to his music and learn a bit about the man and the controversy that surrounds him in this episode of FrameTrax.

John Williams: Redux

John Williams: Redux

For more than 50 years, John Williams has been composing remarkable scores for some of the biggest blockbusters of all time.

John Williams: The Sequel

John Williams: The Sequel

My first episode of this podcast was the John Williams episode, since he has always been my favorite. Recently, I revisited that first episode and re-recorded it to improve the sound quality. While doing so, I remembered that I had always intended to do a second episode on Williams, since I barely touched on the over 100 scores he’s composed.

Top 20

Top 20

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.

Jerry Goldsmith

Jerry Goldsmith

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.

Alan Silvestri

Alan Silvestri

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 FrameTrax.   Track Listings Romancing the Stone Back to the Future Crashing Crane Predator Avengers Eddie's Theme Battle Back to the Future III Cosmos Bud on the Ledge Ready Player One Avengers; Infinity War Forrest Gump Back to the Future II

Harold Faltermeyer

Harold Faltermeyer

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. Track Listings Axel F Fletch Wimbledown Kuffs Adrianos Diggin' In The Race is On Running Man Tango and Cash Shakedown Exotic Skates Racetrack Cop Out Top Gun

Star Trek

Star Trek

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.

Giorgio Moroder

Giorgio Moroder

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.

Michael Kamen

Michael Kamen

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.

Danny Elfman

Danny Elfman

From rock star to Hollywood icon. This time on frametrax, we’ll listen to the sometimes controversial, often parodied, and always entertaining, Danny Elfman.

Michael Giacchino

Michael Giacchino

Italian American composer Michael Giacchino has built a successful career by collaborating with Director/Producer JJ Abrams.

John Barry

John Barry

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.

Batman

Batman

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.

James Horner

James Horner

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.

John Williams

John Williams

For more than 50 years, John Williams has been composing remarkable scores for some of the biggest blockbusters of all time.

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