In this episode we feature music from: Walter Kubiczeck, Ennio Morricone, John barry, Bernard Ebbinghouse, Peter Thomas, Edwin Star, Henry Salomon, J.P. Decerf and more!
This new episode is the first in a new series of special episodes where we meet and discuss the careers of composers and filmmakers. In this episode we were lucky enough to spend time with the great James Kenelm Clarke. James was kind enough to let us stay with him and to tell us all about his life and career. James has had an amazingly rich and varied career in Music, Film and Television. From writing library music for the likes of KPM, Bruton, Amphonic, Chappell, Themes International and more, to directing and producing iconic and important television documentaries, to writing, directing and producing exploitation films including Exposé with Udo Keir and Linda Hayden, Sexploitaion films with Paul Raymond featuring his muse Fiona Richmond. James has had an incredible life and is still working on music today aged 75.
Many thanks to James for his time and hospitality.
In this episode we feature music from: Bruno Nicolai, Augusto Martelli, Daniele Patucchi, Stanley Myers, Kalyanji Anandji, Stelvio Cipriani, Jean-Pierre Mas, Gene Page, Alberto Baldan Bembo and more!
This episode is a library music special. Not just any library music, but library music that is featured in films that take all or most of their score from library music LPs. Fans of Jess Franco and classic golden age adult films should especially enjoy this trip through the wonders of library music. We will feature music from Daniel J. White, Alan Hawkshaw, H. Tical (Armando Sciascia), Mike Vickers, Brian Bennett, Jean-Michel Lorgere (Jean-Bernard Raiteux), Keith Mansfield and many more. Films featured in this episode include: Rabid, Female Vampire, Take an Easy Ride, Erotic Rites of Frankenstein, Maraschino Cherry, Zombie Lake, Barbara Broadcast, Black Samurai and more!
This show we feature music from: Franco Micalizzi, Henry Mancini, Bappi Lahiri, Carlos Peron, Ennio Morricone, François De Roubaix, Lalo Schifrin, Maurice Jarre, Vladimir Cosma and many more.
In the TV Special part III, we feature music from: Herbie Hancock, Jeff Wayne, Alan Parker, Bob Cobert, Lou Donaldson, Chas & Dave, Eddy Mers, Riz Ortolani, Ruud Bos, Ennio Morricone, François De Roubaix, Hans Günther Bunz, John barry, John Schroeder, Laurie Holloway and more!
A new special with guest Vincent Price expert Peter Fuller. Peter has been writing about Vincent Price for many years, recently publishing the diaries of the young Vincent on his blog: My First Trip Abroad, Vincent Price More Vincent Price goodies can be found on Peter’s other site The Sound of Vincent Price