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Original Motion Picture Soundtrack podcast. Welcome! The OMPS podcast was created by Brad Watkins, Kurtis Watkins, and Alex Justinger to review and talk about original motion picture soundtracks, their composers, and the process of scoring music to movies. It is truly a diverse medium in the art of filmmaking. Did you know the Forrest Gump soundtrack has gone platinum twelve times?! Titanic eleven times! Footloose and Top Gun nine times each! O' Brother Where Art Thou seven times! The Big Chill six times! And don't forget, Purple Rain is a soundtrack! The most nominated composers in Hollywood have a combined total of 284 Oscar nominations! Film music is used in the Olympics, award ceremonies, and even Presidential events. New to the idea? Don't worry, we'll get you started. We'll give you all kinds of interesting facts to think about! Overviews of the scores, cool facts, and gossip-ey bits for the watering hole at work. Old to film scores, you say? Hardened veteran, you say? We guarantee there's something new here for you! Our mission is to bring film scores to anyone and everyone. So sit back. Relax. And enjoy all the possibilities that areOriginal Motion Picture Soundtracks!Disclaimer:This recording may contain copyrighted material, the use of which may not have been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. This material is available in an effort to explain issues relevant to the subject (educational, peer review, etc.). The material contained in this recording is distributed without profit for research and educational purposes. Only small portions of the original work are being used and those could not be used easily to duplicate the original work.

OMPS Podcast Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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    • 4.7, 6 Ratings

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack podcast. Welcome! The OMPS podcast was created by Brad Watkins, Kurtis Watkins, and Alex Justinger to review and talk about original motion picture soundtracks, their composers, and the process of scoring music to movies. It is truly a diverse medium in the art of filmmaking. Did you know the Forrest Gump soundtrack has gone platinum twelve times?! Titanic eleven times! Footloose and Top Gun nine times each! O' Brother Where Art Thou seven times! The Big Chill six times! And don't forget, Purple Rain is a soundtrack! The most nominated composers in Hollywood have a combined total of 284 Oscar nominations! Film music is used in the Olympics, award ceremonies, and even Presidential events. New to the idea? Don't worry, we'll get you started. We'll give you all kinds of interesting facts to think about! Overviews of the scores, cool facts, and gossip-ey bits for the watering hole at work. Old to film scores, you say? Hardened veteran, you say? We guarantee there's something new here for you! Our mission is to bring film scores to anyone and everyone. So sit back. Relax. And enjoy all the possibilities that areOriginal Motion Picture Soundtracks!Disclaimer:This recording may contain copyrighted material, the use of which may not have been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. This material is available in an effort to explain issues relevant to the subject (educational, peer review, etc.). The material contained in this recording is distributed without profit for research and educational purposes. Only small portions of the original work are being used and those could not be used easily to duplicate the original work.

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Kh333 ,

Top notch podcast!

You guys are great! This is a subject that is near and dear to my heart. I would often go to the music store with my brother and while he was picking up the latest Metallica or Motley Crue album, while I was over in the Soundtrack section looking for what ever movie score caught my eye. Some of my favorites are Christopher Drake’s “The Dark Knight Returns” score and James Newton Howard’s Score for “Unbreakable”. Thanks to your recommendations, I have been getting into the “Hellraiser” and “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” Scores! Keep up the great work!

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