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Season 2 Episode 14 | Nathan Barr rescued the iconic Fox organ

July 16, 2019

 

 

Robert and Kenny begin the show by discussing the announcement of Settling The Score: David Arnold vs. Michael Giacchino concert and upcoming hot releases including The Lion King and The Art of Self-Defense.

 

Then award-winning composer Nathan Barr (True Blood, The Americans, The House with a Clock in Its Walls, Carnival Row) joins to share the story of starting his path to film music world with a crazy trip of driving a school bus from New York to Brazil, restoring the original Wurlitzer organ from the Fox scoring stage that was used by Bernard Herrmann in Journey to the Center of the Earth and John Williams in Empire of the Sun and Home Alone, breaks down his writing process for The Americans and building the amazing Bandrika Studios.

 

This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio

 

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Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes
Executive Producer: Matt Schrader
Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto

 

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