The Goldsmith Odyssey

Episode 30 - Thriller - Mr. George (1961)

July 31, 2021 Yavar, David, and Clark / Leigh Phillips Season 4 Episode 11
The Goldsmith Odyssey
Episode 30 - Thriller - Mr. George (1961)
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The Goldsmith Odyssey
Episode 30 - Thriller - Mr. George (1961)
Jul 31, 2021 Season 4 Episode 11
Yavar, David, and Clark / Leigh Phillips

We're pleased to present our very first haunted episode! Returning guest Leigh Phillips joins your humble hosts Yavar and David for a discussion of the Thriller episode "Mr. George," which tells the story of a young girl's mysterious spectral guardian, and features a Goldsmith score built around an exquisitely tender main theme. Leigh has a good deal of unique insight into this one, having reconstructed and re-recorded selections from this score for the first volume of Tadlow's wonderful Thriller series. Additionally, using our groundbreaking new P.E.P. (Paranormal Editing Process) System, David is able to weave commentary from Ghost Clark (who is much like Regular Clark, but a ghost) throughout the episode. Click the "apparate" button on your listening device of choice and enjoy!

NOTE: early on, we mishear the name of an instrument called a "mark tree" due to Leigh's charming accent. Therefore, throughout most of the episode we refer to this chimes-like instrument as a "mock tree" — our apologies! Learn more about the mark tree here.

Here is your Goldsmith Odyssey - Thriller: Mr. George Track List

Send your correspondence to [email protected].

Show Notes

We're pleased to present our very first haunted episode! Returning guest Leigh Phillips joins your humble hosts Yavar and David for a discussion of the Thriller episode "Mr. George," which tells the story of a young girl's mysterious spectral guardian, and features a Goldsmith score built around an exquisitely tender main theme. Leigh has a good deal of unique insight into this one, having reconstructed and re-recorded selections from this score for the first volume of Tadlow's wonderful Thriller series. Additionally, using our groundbreaking new P.E.P. (Paranormal Editing Process) System, David is able to weave commentary from Ghost Clark (who is much like Regular Clark, but a ghost) throughout the episode. Click the "apparate" button on your listening device of choice and enjoy!

NOTE: early on, we mishear the name of an instrument called a "mark tree" due to Leigh's charming accent. Therefore, throughout most of the episode we refer to this chimes-like instrument as a "mock tree" — our apologies! Learn more about the mark tree here.

Here is your Goldsmith Odyssey - Thriller: Mr. George Track List

Send your correspondence to [email protected].