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A podcast from renowned silent film accompanist/historian Ben Model covering the techniques of creating and performing live scores to silent films, as well as a discussion of the language of silent cinema. Find what goes on in the mind of a silent film accompanist before, during and after playing for a show. Learn about the aesthetics of silent filmmaking and storytelling language.
 
Ever wondered how the music in movies is made? Why certain music for certain movies sounds the way it does? Or do you just love film music and want to learn more? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is the podcast for you! On Film Music Friday, I’ll be discussing specific film scores in-depth, highlighting our favourite scores and composers, and hearing from a few guests!
 
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In a world where most go to the movies for the story... we go for score. Rebecca Nunez and Teresa Kaye Powell are THE FILM MUSIC NERDS. Film Music Nerds is a monthly podcast for all things movie music. Every month, Rebecca and Teresa get together to discuss, analyze, and celebrate or castigate the film score of the newest, biggest film in theaters. Plus, movie music trivia games and so much more!
 
Say Something Nice Podcast covers movies, TV shows, music artists and albums, comic books, tech, pop culture news, film news, television news, film history, music history, Motown, Stax, soul music, R&B music, animation, Black & African-American films and filmmakers, and much more. Copyright Say Something Nice Podcast. All rights reserved.
 
#TFRPodcastLive is The Review of Film, how Music and Culture play in the making of Movies, and what Messages in movies say about the Societal Politic of that day and time. Live Streaming Sundays, Live From Las Vegas, Nevada, The Husband and Wife Team, Crazy Dee and Tracey-- take you through a critical breakdown of the latest movies and classics, to better give reviews, which save you revenue at the box office. #tfrapproved
 
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Just like music and film, comedy went through a transformation in the 1990s. Perhaps in reaction to the glut of mediocre and shallow comedians of the '80s, comedy shows like MR. SHOW, KIDS IN THE HALL, and SPACE GHOST COAST TO COAST upended expectations with their alternative brand of social commentary and changed the way we think about comedy toda…
 
The advent of the video rental store made a wide variety of films available for study and this changed the landscape of cinema. Video stores birthed a new breed of filmmaker in the '90s, including Quentin Tarantino and Kevin Smith. Were these auteurs the culture-bearers of film history or self-indulgent dude bros? Or both? Audra and Raymond take a …
 
Josh from Film Score And More is once again Lasses guest on Track Swap. This time, they talk about scores for family adventure movies, one from America by Alan Silvestri and one from Germany by Ralf Wengenmayr.Sideshow Sound Theatre
 
In this bonus episode, podcast co-host Kerr Lockhart talks with Rick Benjamin, musical director of The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra, about mood cues and photoplay music from the silent era.Ben Model
 
In this episode: Ben trusts his instincts and has a little magic happen during a show of “The Patsy”; makes a decision and tries something new when it comes to using a “characteristic” musical mode in scoring Keaton’s “The Cameraman” and “The General”; pays tribute to Gilbert Gottfried and talks about getting to do a comedy bit with him when Ben wa…
 
At the dawn of the '90s, a magical thing happened when MTV began diversifying their programming - they launched a cutting-edge animation show called LIQUID TELEVISION, which changed animation forever. AEON FLUX and BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD sprung from this fertile anthology show, bringing the avant-guard and the hilariously puerile into homes across th…
 
Wii Sports is back! Buddy is joined by Paul (Player2, Dev Diary) to discuss the spiritual successor to Wii Sports, Nintendo Switch Sports. The new sports, the online, customisation, the good, the bad and the Nintendo of it all. Then they talk about the implications of the latest video game industry acquisition. Embracer Group has purchased the west…
 
Occult, Self-Help, Personal Development...call it what thou wilt. Raymond and Audra delve into the New Age movement of the '90s from music to bookstores to community. Somewhere between PURE MOODS and THE CRAFT, lies the secret to the universe. Sail away, mutha fakkas!Audra + Raymond
 
A revival and a revival of a revival, Woodstock '94 and Woodstock '99 were fitting bookends to a culturally tumultuous decade. Boomer nostalgia and a new kind of voracious consumerism simultaneously meshed and clashed at these two benchmark events. The results ranged from sublime to tragic. Join Audra and Raymond as they sift through the dynamics o…
 
Edmund Meinerts returns to Track Swap. This time, him and Lasse focus on Video Game adaptations based on the works of Tolkien. How do those scores compare to the Howard Shore masterpieces? Tune in and find out!Sideshow Sound Theatre
 
On the newest Track Swap Special, Lasse introduces EARTH, the most recent and this time fully electronic album by composer Marcel Barsotti, available for purchase and streaming pretty much everywhere from March 28th on. https://www.marcelbarsotti.com/en/earth-das-neue-album/Sideshow Sound Theatre
 
Buddy & Paul rank, review and recap a crazy 2022 Oscars event! CODA upsetting the favourites and creating history by becoming the first Best Picture winner distributed on a streaming service (Apple TV+), Dune cleaning up with 6 Oscars from its 10 nominations, the peoples princess Kristen Stewart losing out and Will Smith slapping Chris Rock on stag…
 
Ben talks about: being a guest accompanist at the 25th annual Kansas Silent Film Festival; playing for Edward Everett Horton in a Cathedral, and the use of a “Bowery waltz”; introducing Marcel Perez to fans at the KSFF; playing for William S. Hart in Brooklyn; being able to turn on a dime in underscoring and have it make sense musically; live-scori…
 
Buddy & Paul rank, review and countdown the 10 films nominated for Best Picture at the 94th Academy Awards! They also discuss the Rachel Zegler controversy, "film" twitters distaste for CODA, the reactions to the presenters, who the Oscars snubbed, other predictions and more! HOST Buddy Watson - @BuddyWatson12 Radio Watson - https://linktr.ee/RADIO…
 
This time, the guest on Track Swap is German composer Christoph Zirngibl. The topic of the day: Superheroes! Christoph brought an often overlooked score by a true master, while Lasse took the chance and picked a track by a female composer! Can you guess what their choices are? Link: https://christophzirngibl.com/…
 
Buddy & Simon predict where each team will finish in the Constructors Championship and who will win the 2022 Drivers Championship. All teams and drivers ranked plus 5 other predictions each for the season. Headphones in and away we go! HOST Buddy Watson - @BuddyWatson12 Radio Watson - https://linktr.ee/RADIOWATSON GUESTS Simon Blackburn - @precisep…
 
On this year’s first regular episode of Track Swap, Edmund Meinerts joins Lasse as a guest. One of them brought a Video Game Score, while the other chose some music from an 80’s Family Fantasy Film.Sideshow Sound Theatre
 
Buddy & Paul review Matt Reeve's The Batman. We discuss the performances, Gotham as a character, the similarities to Fincher's Se7en and The Zodiac, the themes of fathers and everything else in this detective noir interpretation of Batman. We also read out some friends Letterboxd reviews and quiz Paul on a few movie riddles! HOST Buddy Watson - @Bu…
 
The 1990s saw a gigantic resurgence of "Classic Rock" from the late '60s and early '70s, as it was discovered by children of Boomers. Was this classic status deserved or was it a distraction from the music and culture of our own generation? Look what it did to Mike Watt!Audra & Raymond
 
Ben talks about: the process of scoring “Zander the Great” and “Beverly of Graustark” for home video release; a recent Kickstarter that funded super-quick; Marion Davies’s talents as a silent film actor; teaching in-person and on-campus again after two years; accompanying Edward Everett Horton shorts and “The Fire Brigade” at the Museum of Modern A…
 
Welcome back to Track Swap! Lasse Vogt is counting down his favorite scores of the previous year – nothing more, nothing less! Are some of your favorites among his choices? Were you familiar with all of them or did you discover something new? Tune in, sit back and enjoy some very entertaining recommendations by your friendly neighborhood German Guy…
 
PlayStation are buying Halo creator and Destiny developer Bungie! Buddy is joined by Paul (Player2, Dev Diary) to discuss the good, the bad and the ugly of yet another big gaming acquisition. The difference of strategies between Sony & Microsoft, what it means for exclusives, PlayStations portfolio and more! HOST Buddy Watson Radio Watson GUESTS Pa…
 
This is a re-posting “flashback” of episode 8, which originally posted on February 4, 2015. Welcome – News from January: composing and performing music for Parallel Exit’s “Everybody Gets Cake”, running off-Bway thru Feb 8, 2015 – Recording: instrumental from “Cake” show: “A Shakespearean Smoke Break” – the restoration of Georges Melies’ “A Trip to…
 
This is a re-posting “flashback” of episode 7, which originally posted on January 21, 2015. Welcome – News from the road – December 2014 recap: the Silent Clowns Film Series, Chaplin Mutuals, Library of Congress holiday party, the Powers kids in “The Skeleton” – Recording: live performance, accompaniment to “Peter Pan”, Peter saves Tinkerbell –Usin…
 
Bored teens, absent parents, and nowhere to go but the Christian rock show. This episode takes a look at "The Lost Children of Rockdale County," a documentary about an STD epidemic among suburban teenagers in 1996.Audra Wolfmann & Raymond Wiley
 
Ben relates the journey of playing piano as part of a full orchestra live accompanying Chaplin’s City Lights under the baton of the score’s restorer, Timothy Brock, during the Silent Film Days Festival in Tromsø, Norway. Ben also explores how he experienced Chaplin’s score “from the inside” and what he learned about making music to support silent f…
 
Xbox is buying Activision for almost $70 billion! Buddy is joined by Paul (Player2, Dev Diary) to discuss the good, the bad and the ugly. How it could change the industry and what it means for: Game Pass, Exclusivity, Retailers, PlayStation, Kotick, Other Publishers and more! HOST Buddy Watson Radio Watson GUESTS Paul James Player2 - http://www.pla…
 
This is a re-posting “flashback” of episode 6, which originally posted on January 7, 2015. Welcome — Mea culpa, and welcome to the podcast reboot — The Silent Film Sound and Music Archive — My new DVD label Undercrank Productions and the LoC — Live performance: “My Best Girl” at St. Francis College — Using pre-existing music in film accompaniment —…
 
This is a re-posting “flashback” of episode 5, originally posted on March 18, 2013. Welcome – A whirlwind week of performances and travel – 7 shows in 8 days Live performance: “The Mark of Zorro” at Central Baptist Church – Preparing for a performance: music prep, bench height, piano light, etc – Live performance: “My Best Girl” at Port Washington …
 
Buddy is joined by Simon from Take My Tone to review and countdown their Top 10 Albums of 2021! Includes 2021 in music overall, honourable mentions, disappointments and musical samples from all 20 albums! GET BONUS TOP 10 CONTENT When you’ve finished this episode, be sure to check out the ‘Take My Playlist’ special of Take My Tone where I join Simo…
 
This is a re-posting "flashback" of episode 4, originally posted on January 14, 2013. Welcome – Playing the organ at the Library of Congress theater – My Kickstarter project to release rare/lost silents on DVD and YouTube – Live performance: Raymond Griffith in "You'd Be Surprised" at Silent Clowns – Listening to a film's spoken intro can give clue…
 
Science fiction often looks forward to the future, but always contains elements of the era in which it was written. The 1990's were no different. By examining the sci-fi of the era, we step into the strange world of the 90's Future.Audra & Raymond
 
This is a re-posting "flashback" of episode 3, originally posted on July 12, 2012. Welcome – Playing for "The Avenging Conscience" and "Paths to Paradise" – Live performance: "Paths to Paradise" at Silent Clowns – Thoughts on scoring "The Saphead" and "The Devil's Needle & Other Tales of Vice and Redemption" on DVD from Kino Lorber – Downloadable m…
 
This is a re-posting "flashback" of episode 2, originally posted on June 29, 2012. Welcome – report on what was the first “Mostly Lost” film identification workshop – live performance recording "Ten Commandments" on Steere & Sons organ in Brooklyn – an ethical issue on uploading silents to YouTube from DVDs – on quoting popular songs of the day in …
 
This is a re-posting "flashback" of the very first episode of The Silent Film Music Podcast, originally posted on June 9, 2012. Welcome - score for "The Eagle" - new web series - Mabel Normand - Raymond Griffith at The Silent Clowns - score for "The Night Club" - playing for Ernie Kovacs - unidentified silents at Library of Congress - King Vidor's …
 
In the second half of this 2-parter, Ben Model recaps the past pandemic year: producing and releasing the Edward Everett Horton DVD set, a handful of DVD release projects in development, remembering MoMA's Eileen Bowser, and looking toward the future of silent film live-streaming in 2022.Episode 43 Show Notes: Announcement: Episodes 1 through 8 of …
 
For the last episode of the year, Jen Wolff joins Track Swap once again! Let us stay within the festive spirit of the holidays and listen to some wonderful seasonal music. We wish you a very Happy and hopefully successful New Year!Sideshow Sound Theatre
 
Titillating transgressive film genre or a dark window into the women-fearing anxieties of men? Audra & Raymond investigate the phenomenon, looking into its roots in film noir and the sexist media circus of the early 1990s. Up for debate are Paul Verhoeven’s BASIC INSTINCT and Barry Levinson’s DISCLOSURE. It's a Michael Douglas film festival this we…
 
"End of the Year 2021 Recap" – in the first half of this 2-parter, Ben Model recaps the past pandemic year of silent film live-streaming, rediscovering the meaning of providing entertainment for fans, the return to in-person accompaniments, and ponders the future of the silent movie virtual cinema.Episode 42 Show Notes: Live shows return in early s…
 
Raymond and Audra examine three prime time teen drama Halloween specials of the ‘90s – BEVERLY HILLS 90210, MY SO-CALLED LIFE, and FREAKS AND GEEKS. In all three, Halloween provides a crucible for the “teen mid-life crises,” or the struggle between childhood and teenhood.Audra & Raymond
 
Erik Woods returns to Track Swap! Although his pick is definitely christmassey, it is not exactly the kind of music you would want to play while the family is around. But that is the kind of stuff Lasse really enjoys having on the show! Fittingly, his choices are also a little bit unusual, even though they are from a Christmas movie. Sit back, enjo…
 
Buddy, Paul & Tom reunite to review the latest MCU movie, Spider-Man: No Way Home. We discuss the cameos, pitch some ridiculous rewrites and fan fiction for sequels and go over the good the bad and the shocking. Full spoilers ahead! HOST Buddy Watson - @BuddyWatson12 Radio Watson - https://linktr.ee/RADIOWATSON Paulie B - @DayRecluse Tom Higgins - …
 
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