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The Goldsmith Odyssey

By Jens, Yavar, and Clark

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Description

A chronological journey through the filmography of composer Jerry Goldsmith.

Customer Reviews

Enjoyable first podcast episode.

I’m looking forward to this series on the work of my favorite film composer. I hope it will include guests who knew and worked with him. While other composers are better known or more prolific, Jerry had a unique ability to reach and connect with human emotions. His untimely death so affected me that I left the office mid-day and drove to his funeral service.

Great podcast and it’s about time!

I want thank you appreciate all three of you for putting this podcast together. Jerry deserves all the praise and I like all of the subjective and introspective look at his work. Especially his early work. I also love all the film history that follows along with his career. Looking forward to the next podcast. Nice job!

An Amazing Composer and a Worthy Podcast

Jerry Goldsmith is one of the best film composers in the medium. He has scored some memorable themes for some unforgettable movies. There is little doubt that his legacy is assured. But there is much more to Goldsmith than his greatest hits. This podcast attempts to explore all of his work in chronological order, allowing the listener to absorb the evolution of this master of the craft. The first two episodes provide some excellent pieces I’ve never heard before and go into some of Goldsmith’s history in radio and television. The three hosts do a wonderful job diving into the material, exploring the film (television show or radio play) and then the music itself. One cannot exist without the other, so it is a great way to start. They keep the discussion spoiler free, until the Blaster Beam sounds (which brought a big smile to this fan’s face) and then dive a bit deeper into the subject and its music. Looking forward to future episodes, as it seems that most folks these days seem drawn to Goldsmith’s later works, but I’d argue that his earlier work is his more experimental and interesting. But let’s be honest – it’s Goldsmith, so it is all good. Obviously I’m a bit biased when it comes to this podcast, but it is one I’ve been hoping for and so far it is turning out great.

The Goldsmith Odyssey
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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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