“Star Trek: Live in Concert” is coming your way.
I’m not a huge fan of concert movies, though, mostly because those movies spend a lot of time showing you how cool and/or normal the performers are and don’t spend enough time letting you actually see the concert. Or they’re stultifying dull. So, it’s no surprise that I fall on the Help! side of the movie concert house. As in, I like a fun, fictional story to go along with the musical performance.
The music video, directed by Tim Grey, takes Sonya Belousova and her piano on a musical journey through the kingdoms of Westeros, with stunning visual effects and costumes that are simply amazing.
Composer Bear McCreary is no stranger to creating music for space dramas. He wrote the music for Battlestar Galactica and Caprica, so why not the fanfare for the space shuttle’s final mission?
If you’re like our news director and own a copy of Jon Pertwee’s “Spearhead from Space,” you may be wondering if the upcoming special edition release is worth buying the story again.
Composer Ron Jones has composed some of the most memorable incidental music featured in modern “Star Trek.”
Fans have been able to purchase a few selected highlights of his work over the years, but this month Film Score Monthly offers a 14 CD set, covering Jones’ work on “Star Trek: The Next Generation.”
The set is limited to 5000 copies and runs $149.95. You can hear samples and order HERE.
Marian’s currently on her Western swing, so if you’ve never caught her show, there’s a chance she’s coming to a town near you!