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Celebrating one of the most definitive and beloved partnerships in the history of motion pictures, John Williams & Steven Spielberg: The Ultimate Collection delivers an essential sampling of Williams's musical scores for Spielberg's films - a critically acclaimed, award-winning, chart-topping collaboration now in its fifth decade. Comprised of a three-CD set and bonus DVD, John Williams & Steven Spielberg: The Ultimate Collection is available from Sony Classical on March 17, 2017.
This collection brings together Williams's two previous discs of his music for Spielberg films, which he recorded with the Boston Pops Orchestra for Sony Classical: The Spielberg/Williams Collaboration (1991) and Williams on Williams: The Classic Spielberg Scores (1995). Those discs include music from Sugarland Express (1974) through Jurassic Park and Schindler's List (1993).
Bringing the collection up to date is an all-new third disc, recorded in 2016 with Williams conducting the Recording Arts Orchestra of Los Angeles, and with Spielberg as executive producer. It features the first release of brand new recordings of music from Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Amistad, The BFG, Lincoln, The Adventures of Tintin, Minority Report, Catch Me If You Can, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Saving Private Ryan, War Horse, The Terminal, Munich and Spielberg's 1999 documentary The Unfinished Journey.
The bonus DVD that accompanies this new three-CD collection presents Steven Spielberg & John Williams: The Adventure Continues, a new documentary by filmmaker and film historian Laurent Bouzereau, who has been documenting Spielberg's work for more than twenty years.
"I was very happy with the fact that when I was music director of Boston Pops, we were able to record a lot of the music that I'd written for Steven's films," Williams said about the first two discs in the collection. "So I said to him, 'Steven, wouldn't it be great if we could complete the Sony collection and put in all the things that we didn't have when the last disc was recorded, this time with our great orchestra here in Los Angeles?' To which Steven responded, 'This is a great idea. Let's do it!'"
When Steven Spielberg made his first theatrical feature The Sugarland Express (1974), he sought John Williams to compose the score. With two exceptions, all of Spielberg's films have featured a Williams score. In its continuity and its infinite range of style and expression, their partnership is unique, even in light of other such legendary collaborations in film history, including Bernard Herrmann with Alfred Hitchcock, Nino Rota with Federico Fellini, and Ennio Morricone with Sergio Leone.
"Oh, this has been a great adventure," Spielberg tells Williams at the end of Bouzereau's film. "This has been a greater adventure than all the Indiana Jones movies put together for me ... It's been an honor for me to work all these years with John and to have his friendship, his partnership, his brotherhood. When we made Sugarland Express, we didn't realize we'd set our paths to be partners and friends for the rest of our lives."
In his ongoing career, now in its sixth decade, Williams has won five Academy Awards (three for Spielberg films), seven BAFTA (British Film Academy) awards, four Golden Globes, and twenty-two Grammy Awards for his film scores. His fifty Academy Award nominations, as of 2017, are a record among composers, and he is second only to Walt Disney in holding the most Academy Award nominations by an individual artist. Fifteen of those nominations are for scores from Spielberg films.
Sony Music Masterworks comprises Masterworks, Sony Classical, OKeh, Portrait and Masterworks Broadway imprints.
John Williams & Steven Spielberg: The Ultimate Collection Tracklisting:
DISC 1 - CD
1 Raiders of the Lost Ark from "Raiders of the Lost Ark"
2 Theme from "Always"
3 Adventures on Earth from "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial"
4 Theme from "Sugarland Express"
5 Title Theme from "Jaws"
6 Out to Sea / The Shark Cage Fugue from "Jaws"
7 Exsultate Justi from "Empire of the Sun"
8 Parade of the Slave Children from "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom"
9 Over the Moon from "E.T. The Extra Terrestrial"
10 March from "1941"
11 Cadillac of the Skies from "Empire of the Sun"
12 Scherzo for Motorcycle and Orchestra from "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade"
13 Close Encounters of the Third Kind/When You Wish Upon a Star Medley
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Excerpts)
When You Wish Upon A Star (interpolated)
DISC 2 - CD
1 Flying from "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial"
2 Theme From "Jurassic Park"
3 Remembrances from "Schindler's List"
4 Flight to Neverland from "Hook"
5 The Battle Of Hollywood From "1941" (includes the Irish folksong "The Rakes of Mallow")
6 Smee's Plan From "Hook"
7 The Barrel Chase From "Jaws"
8 My Friend,The Brachiosaurus from "Jurassic Park"
9 Jim's New Life From "Empire Of The Sun"
10 The Dialogue From "Close Encounters Of The Third Kind"
11 The Lost Boys Ballet From "Hook"
12 Theme from "Schindler's List"
13 The Basket Chase from "Raiders Of The Lost Ark"
14 The Face Of Pan from "Hook"
15 The Banquet Scene from "Hook"
DISC 3 - CD
1 The Adventures of Mutt from "Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull"
2 Dry Your Tears, Afrika from "Amistad"
3 The BFG from "The BFG"
4 With Malice Toward None from "Lincoln"
5 The Duel from "The Adventures of Tintin"
6 A New Beginning from "Minority Report"
Escapades for Alto Saxophone and Orchestra from "Catch Me If You Can"
7 Movement 1: Closing In
8 Movement 2: Reflections
9 Movement 3: Joy Ride
10 Marion's Theme from "Raiders of the Lost Ark"
11 Hymn to the Fallen from "Saving Private Ryan"
12 Dartmoor, 1912 from "War Horse"
13 Viktor's Tale from "The Terminal"
14 Prayer for Peace from "Munich"
15 Immigration and Building from "The Unfinished Journey"
16 With Malice Toward None from "Lincoln" (Alternate Version)
“If there’s anyone I’d like to be it’s Bridget - a wanton sex goddess with a very bad man between her thighs” - Olly Alexander
Meteorite is a brand new track and the first piece of new music for over a year to come from the platinum selling, Wembley headlining, radio dominating tour de force that is Years & Years. An out and out incandescent slice of brilliant pop it was written for the upcoming ‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ Original Soundtrack. “We wanted to make something unashamedly disco and upbeat” says frontman Olly Alexander, “I can’t wait for people to hear it!”
Listen to ‘Meteorite’ HERE
Meteorite, which the band debuted live at Bestival this weekend, marks the end of an incredible 2 years for the London-based trio. Years & Years will start work on their next album later this year.
‘Meteorite’ will be released as past of the Bridget Jones Baby Original Soundtrack on September 13th
Tracklisting for Bridget Jones Baby Soundtrack:
01 STILL FALLING FOR YOU - ELLIE GOULDING
02 METEORITE - YEARS & YEARS
03 REIGNITE - KNOX BROWN X GALLANT
04 THINKING OUT LOUD (CAMPFIRE VERSION) - ED SHEERAN
05 HOLD MY HAND - JESS GLYNNE
06 SLAVE TO THE VIBE - BILLON
07 KING - YEARS & YEARS
08 RUN - TIGGS DA AUTHOR
09 FUCK YOU - LILY ALLEN
10 THE HURTING TIME - ANNIE LENNOX
11 JUMP AROUND - HOUSE OF PAIN
12 THAT LADY, PTS 1&2 - THE ISLEY BROTHERS
13 WALK ON BY - DIONNE WARWICK
14 JUST MY IMAGINATION - THE TEMPTATIONS
15 I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE - MARVIN GAYE
16 WE ARE FAMILY - SISTER SLEDGE
17 AIN’T NO STOPPIN’ US NOW - MCFADDEN & WHITEHEAD
18 RACE TO MARK’S FLAT - CRAIG ARMSTRONG
19 WEDDING - CRAIG ARMSTRONG
A new Syd Barrett film featuring substantial unreleased footage announced on the 10th anniversary of his passing
Cambridge Live has announced that it is teaming up with the Cambridge Film Trust to premiere a series of films about both Syd Barrett and the Swinging Sixties at the 2016 Cambridge Film Festival, as part of its celebrations of the life and work of Syd Barrett who passed away on the 7th July 2006.
The centre piece will be a film, entitled ‘Get All That Ant?’, a free form documentary filmed by a former school friend and fellow art student of Syd Barrett’s, Anthony Stern.
The documentary feature is made up of film footage, stills and archive footage taken during the 1960s and filmed in Cambridge, London and San Francisco. With the majority of footage having never been seen before, the film includes live performance footage and stills from The Rolling Stones, The Doors, Pink Floyd and Donovan as well as footage of friends and colleagues of Syd Barrett including Iggy Rose, the girl on The Madcap Laughs album sleeve and former girlfriends Libby Gausden and Jenny Spires.
The film will premiere as part of a series of film screenings about Syd Barrett and Pink Floyd on Friday 21st October at the Cambridge Guildhall as part of the 36th Cambridge Film Festival which runs from 20th – 27th October.
In addition to the film premiere, Cambridge Live has teamed up with ISpySydinCambridge.com who are offering Syd Barrett-themed walking tours of Cambridge on the weekend of the concert. Led by former school friends of Syd Barrett, Stephen Pyle and Warren Dosanjh, the tours trace some of the key places in the city relevant to the life of the former Pink Floyd guitarist including his former family home, his school, as well as David Gilmour and Roger Water’s ’s family homes.
The film premiere and walking tours are part of a series of previously announced celebratory events about former Pink Floyd member Syd Barrett centered around the unveiling of a piece of public art, commissioned in collaboration with Syd Barrett’s family, on Thursday 27 October inside the Cambridge Corn Exchange (the location of his final ever live performances). Following the art unveiling is a live concert entitled ‘Syd Barrett – A Celebration’ featuring Swedish group Men on the Border backed by the Sandviken Symphony Orchestra, with lighting from original Pink Floyd lighting designer Peter Wynne-Wilson.
Tickets for the fim screenings and the walking tours will be available from www.cambridgelivetrust.co.uk
Speaking about the premiere of ‘Get All That Ant? Filmmaker Anthony Stern said “The film came about after a diagnosis of Parkinson's encouraged me to make sense of the last fifty years of my life. Delving through my cellar, I found suitcases full of Nagra tapes, film reels and over 7000 still photographs from the period 1963 – 1970. This film is a homage to that time, capturing the dreams, memories and reflections that sprung from a moment when we really thought we could change the world. Fifty years on, I’m starting to think these values are starting to re-emerge”.
Cambridge Live Operations Director Neil Jones said “It’s great to link the world premiere of Anthony Stern’s film to this year’s Cambridge Film Festival. The footage in the film has locked away for over 4 decades and makes for an incredible documentary of the Swinging Sixties by a man who was at the very heart of the scene and captured it all first hand. Along with other films about Syd Barrett it should make for a fantastic evening”.
Having made his surprising appearance at this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, America's beloved pop son Justin Timberlake reveals his latest music video of his new single 'Can't Stop The Feeling'.
The single comes from Timberlake's forthcoming voice-over in the Dreamworks film Trolls due for releases 4th November of this year. Timberlake lends his voice to the character Branch alongside a whole plethora of well-known actors and actresses; and musicians from the streets of Hollywood including (but not limited to):- Anna Kendrick (Twilight Saga), Gwen Stefani, James Corden (Gavin & Stacey), John Cleese (Die Another Day), Russell Brand (Get Him To The Greek), etc.
Timberlake also serves as the official executive producer for the films' music and has secured the services of Gwen Stefani and Ariana Grande, more are on the cards.
Check out Timberlake's video above.
Watch P!nk's video for 'Just Like Fire' (From the Original Motion Picture 'Alice Through The Looking Glass')
Watch P!nk’s video for Just Like Fire (From the Original Motion Picture "Alice Through The Looking Glass") below.
"Alice Through The Looking Glass" is the sequel to the Tim Burton hit film 'Alice In Wonderland' which raked in over $1 billion worldwide at the box office.
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