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Soundtrack music from the first silent forward. If it was written for the moving image, we'll play it. Library music included; popcorn optional.

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Options February 27, 2018: Morricone Island's Oscar Party 2018
You and a guest are cordially invited to attend Morricone Island's annual Oscar Party. Black tie/formal attire required. Devon will revisit the highlights of the five Best Original Score nominees for 2018 -- JONNY GREENWOOD's "Phantom Thread" (the first nomination for the Radiohead guitarist's fourth collaboration with director Paul Thomas Anderson), HANS ZIMMER's "Dunkirk" (his eleventh nomination with one win for "The Lion King"), CARTER BURWELL's "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" (his second nomination with a recent win for "Carol" in 2016), JOHN WILLIAMS' "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" (his fifty-first nomination with five wins for "Fiddler on the Roof," "Jaws,""Star Wars," "ET" and "Schindler's List" as Williams is the most nominated person after Walt Disney's fifty-nine), ALEXANDRE DESPLAT's "The Shape of Water" (the 2018 Golden Globe winner's ninth Oscar nomination with one win for "Grand Budapest Hotel" in 2015) -- to help ensure an informed decision in the Best Score category in your Oscar pool for this Sunday night. Please RSVP.

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Jonny Greenwood  Phantom Thread II   Options Phantom Thread  Nonesuch 
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Jonny Greenwood   The Hem   Options Phantom Thread  Nonesuch 
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Jonny Greenwood  Phantom Thread III   Options Phantom Thread  Nonesuch 
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Music behind DJ:
Jonny Greenwood 

House of Woodcock   Options

Phantom Thread 

Nonesuch 

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Hans Zimmer  The Oil   Options Dunkirk  Water Tower 
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Hans Zimmer 

End Titles (Dunkirk)   Options

Dunkirk 

Water Tower 

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Carter Burwell   Going to War   Options Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri  Varese Sarabande 
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Carter Burwell   The Cough   Options Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri  Varese Sarabande 
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Carter Burwell   Deer   Options Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri  Varese Sarabande 
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Carter Burwell   Billboards on Fire   Options Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri  Varese Sarabande 
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Music behind DJ:
Carter Burwell  

Welcome to Missouri/The Letter/Countermove   Options

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 

Varese Sarabande 

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John Williams  The Cave   Options Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi  Walt Disney 
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John Williams  Escape Part 1   Options Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi  Walt Disney 
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John Williams  Fun with Finn and Rose   Options Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi  Walt Disney 
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John Williams  Rey Meets Master Skywalker   Options Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi  Walt Disney 
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John Williams  The Fathiers   Options Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi  Walt Disney 
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Music behind DJ:
Alexandre Desplat  

Overflow Of Love/Underwater Kiss   Options

The Shape Of Water 

Decca 

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Alexandre Desplat   The Shape Of Water   Options The Shape Of Water  Decca 
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Alexandre Desplat   The Creature   Options The Shape Of Water  Decca 
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Alexandre Desplat   The Silence Of Love   Options The Shape Of Water  Decca 
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Listener comments!

Avatar 7:00pm Linda Lee:

good evening Mr. Levins! lovely opener.
Avatar 7:01pm Linda Lee:

alas my tie is lime green. i'll sit in back.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:02pm Michael 98145:

yes
Avatar 7:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hello Cello.
  7:05pm debt collector:

A great soundtrack
A great movie.
Avatar 7:07pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Great pieces. Wonderfully performed & recorded as well.
Avatar 7:07pm Linda Lee:

pretty luscious!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:08pm ultradamno:

At this point, this Greenwood fella might want to quit his day job.
Avatar 7:08pm Number Six:

Good Evening, Devon & All! This is very good!
Avatar 7:09pm βrian:

How is it that Movie Music can be so interesting when movie trailers are uniformly bad?
Avatar 7:09pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Whiplash jolted into brilliant Composition after Micah's show!...
Because they're Ads Brian...
Avatar 7:11pm βrian:

Do I hear a Glenn Gould Groan?
Avatar 7:13pm βrian:

@RRabit: But I thought they were supposed to pay *us* to watch ads.
Avatar 7:14pm βrian:

In any case, I don't really care that they're ads. But I do care that they pre-contaminate the experience of watching a movie.
Avatar 7:14pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I listen to too many GarageRawk & vintage Horror/SciFi podcasts - that use old B-Movie trailers: so bad it's good...so my radar's all off anyhow...
Avatar 7:15pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Trailers apparently made by completely different people...
Avatar 7:16pm βrian:

@RRabit: I can see the appeal of old B-movie trailers for sure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:22pm dale:

hi kids - good sounds. my wife is from dunkirk ny - true fact!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:29pm Devon E. Levins:

This tuxedo is hot.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:30pm Devon E. Levins:

..but it IS the Oscar show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:33pm dale:

how's the goody bag devon?
Avatar 7:33pm Linda Lee:

i'd love hearing some of those podcasts myself, Rev!
Avatar 7:36pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@LL: Radio Mutation puts together many programs in one place
- & for Monsters: MonsterKidRadio - & giant monsters: Kaijucast & Kaiju Kingdom podcast...
Avatar 7:38pm Linda Lee:

lovely! thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:39pm Devon E. Levins:

It's pretty sweet it has Varese Sarabande's entire catalog.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:40pm Switchblade Batman:

Turned on the radio, and star wars was playing. It has officially been a pretty okay day.
Avatar 7:40pm Number Six:

Great music! Garbage film.
Avatar 7:43pm βrian:

I forgot the Star Wars had music.
Avatar 7:43pm βrian:

*that*
Avatar 7:44pm Number Six:

Just think, way back in the '60s "Johnny Williams" was writing music for Lost In Space.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:44pm common:

hey!
  7:44pm JakeGould:

Key idea of why “The Last Jedi” stunk: When Luke showed up in “The Empire Strikes Back,” he’s no longer a farmboy and wearing leg warmers and a caftan. But in “The Last Jedi” Rey is still wearing her “I’m a scavenger!” outfit. In fact nobody wore clothes the way adults do. They never changed outfits between the two films.

Disney is keeping these films in adolescence.

Also, I’m older than you.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:46pm dale:

john williams wrote the lost in space theme and incidental music? it makes sense now that you say it no. 6
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:47pm Switchblade Batman:

Wait really Six? That's something I didn't know but feel like I should.
Avatar 7:49pm Linda Lee:

everyone ready to march 4th for the marathon?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:49pm ultradamno:

I'm more interested in the Spirit Awards, not because I take it more seriously, but John Mulaney and Nick Kroll are hosting.
Avatar 7:50pm Number Six:

He wrote the theme and some of the incidental music. They used some studio tracks and I think had some other composers. But I think he did the bulk of it. And yes, he went by Johnny Williams then.
Avatar 7:51pm Linda Lee:

honestly. so far i like desplat.
  7:52pm JakeGould:

Everyone’s a winner!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:58pm Switchblade Batman:

I catch it in reruns really late at night every so often. I'll have to remember that.

But I think it's his Superman theme is my favorite.
Avatar 7:58pm slugluv1313:

@ Linda Lee -- me too!
embarrassed to say that i have yet to see "The Shape of Water" -- even though i have been intrigued ever since i saw the first ad for the film -- !
Avatar 7:59pm Number Six:

That theme seriously sold that whole film!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:59pm Zetti:

Thanks Devon.
Avatar 8:00pm slugluv1313:

wonderful show -- thank-you, Devon!
Avatar 8:03pm Linda Lee:

we should both see it. :-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:03pm Switchblade Batman:

I still play it when I need to be comforted Six
Avatar 8:08pm slugluv1313:

@Linda Lee -- oh gosh! i thought i was like the only person who had *not* seen it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:10pm tikbartok:

Are there any old time listeners who remember some programming from 1985-1986; there was a DJ team with a straight man named Paul and a very obnoxious character whose name I forget. Mainly punk and hardcore and comedy as they interacted with each other. Im sure their show was in the evening
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