Yes, the atomic podcast is terrible. But more terrible still are the effects of atomic podcast mutation. Hello, we’re your humble hosts David, Yavar, and Clark, and we want to warn you about something that could happen… something that does happen in our latest podcast. Observe the Soundtrack Spotlight: a miniature marvel of focused conversation on a single CD release. But if a Soundtrack Spotlight and a large group of guests were exposed to radiation simultaneously, the result would be terrible indeed. What began life as a simple chat about Intrada’s expanded release of Jerry Goldsmith’s charming, intuitive score for Joe Dante’s “Matinee” was shockingly transformed into a wide-ranging conversation on the entire Goldsmith-Dante oeuvre. For this very special show, we’re joined by none other than director Joe Dante himself, along with Dante’s longtime editor Marshall Harvey, liner notes writer John Takis, and Douglass Fake and Roger Feigelson of Intrada Records. Suffice it to say this is a can’t-miss production. Presented in AtomoSound: the new podcasting miracle that puts you in the action!
As ever, here is your Matinee Odyssey Soundtrack Spotlight -Track List!
Get the new Matinee CD! It's really good.
Where can everyone be found?
Joe Dante's podcast: The Movies That made Me
Joe and Marshall (and others!) can be seen talking over movie previews at Trailers From Hell
John Takis writes liner notes for Quartet Records, La-La Land Records, Intrada and used to do the same for GNP Crescendo and Film Score Monthly Records.
Roger and Doug can be found on Intrada's website (and the old one is kinda fun!)
And here's a link to that Dick Jacobs CD Marshall used to score MANT!
The Goldsmith Odyssey?