Episode 155 – Jeff Patterson and Movie Soundtracks

On August 6, 2013, in Podcast, by Patrick Hester

PattersonIn the 155th episode of the Functional Nerds podcast, Patrick Hester and John Anealio welcome back Jeff Patterson for part 2 of our conversation – this time, it’s personal…  Or about movie soundtracks.  Personal or movie soundtracks.. yeah… that sounds about right…

About Jeff:

Jeff Patterson is a writer, illustrator, blogger, mastermind of Bad Day Studio. He is the least-educated (but better-looking) third of the podcast team known as The Three Hoarsemen at SF Signal. His twitter handle is jeffpatterson11, and his new ebook, Don’t Tweet Where You Eat, is culled from his twitter feed. He blogs at Gravity lens which can be found at baddaystudio.com.

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This podcast contains original music by John Anealio.

© 2013 Patrick Hester and John Anealio

And before Paul Weimer gets all, “Ohhhh, you should add a list of the songs at the end, losers”, here’s a list of the songs at the end.  Sheesh.  Needy much?

  • Superman: Main Theme – John Williams
  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan: Enterprise Clears Moorings – James Horner
  • Raiders of the Lost Ark: Raiders March – John Williams
  • The Fellowship of the Ring: The Bridge of Khazad-Dum – Howard Shore
  • Harry Potter: Prologue – John Williams
  • Sherlock Holmes: Discombobulate – Hanz Zimmer
  • Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace: Duel of the Fates – John Williams
  • The World of Warcraft: Wrath Of The Lich King (Main Title) – Russel Brower, Derek Duke & Glenn Stafford
  • Stargate: Ra – The Sun GodNicholas Dodd & Sinfonia of London
  • The 13th Warrior: Old Bagdad – Jerry Goldsmith
  • Battlestar Gallactica: The Plan: Apocalypse – Bear McCreary
  • Highlander: Princes Of The Universe – Queen
  • Austin Powers: Theme
  • Goldfinger: Goldfinger – Shirley Bassey
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Main Title – The Breeders
  • Across the Universe: Come Together – Joe Cocker
  • Supernatural: Carry On Wayward Son – Kansas
  • Daredevil: Bring Me To Life – Evanescence
  • Oh Brother Where Art Thou? I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow – The Soggy Bottom Boys
  • James Bond: Theme – Monty Norman Orchestra
  • Flash Gordon: Theme
  • The Pink Panther: Theme – Henry Mancini
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6 Responses to Episode 155 – Jeff Patterson and Movie Soundtracks

  1. I am a fan of Stargate’s soundtrack in particular, too.

  2. And before Paul Weimer gets all, “Ohhhh, you should add a list of the songs at the end, losers”, here’s a list of the songs at the end. Sheesh. Needy much?

    Yes, yes I am 😉

  3. Jim says:

    I have to just throw this out there, when you guys talked about song driven soundtracks and movies that use the songs that are found on the sound track, like the crow, my mind rushed to Stacey Peralta and his two documentaries; “Dog Town and the Z Boys” and “Riding Giants” both are not reall “nerdy” by any means, but the soundtracks are so interwoven into the movies that it really is amazing. I really recommend Riding Giants, almost for the music alone. These documentaries would not be any good without the film and vice versa, and I think that can be said about few movies and sound tracks.
    I also have to mention that I love the fact you guys through out Flash Gordon and the sound track by Queen. That was one of the first ever sci-fi movies that I watched as a kid and had my mind blown by the music as well as the movie itself. It is honestly for me one of the best sci-fi sound tracks out there. Thanks for putting up this podcast!

  4. I liked the discussion of soundtracks, brief though it was. You might be interested in the internet radio station Cinemix. It’s based in France, and it’s selection of cuts is much broader than any of the other major internet stations. I’ve heard them play cuts from lesser-known European films, from TV shows (including Doctor Who), and from video games. It’s what I like to listen to when I write.

  5. Kevin Callum says:

    Just wanted to say that I have really enjoyed the musical additions at the end of the episodes.

    Thanks.

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