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The Soundtrack Show is a weekly look at film scores and soundtracks for some of the most popular movies, TV Shows, Video Games and Theater pieces of all time.

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    • 4.9, 908 Ratings

The Soundtrack Show is a weekly look at film scores and soundtracks for some of the most popular movies, TV Shows, Video Games and Theater pieces of all time.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
908 Ratings

908 Ratings

DonnaFrances ,

Spaghetti Westerns

I have always enjoyed going to the movies, AND loved music soundtracks but when you started the Dollars Trilogy I perked up. To me, a female, the MUSIC in those movies were all that captured my attention. Those movies were boring to me, the lack of conversation, but the music got me through them. Your descriptions and breakdown of it all were so good. That was the best way to relive that Trilogy. And back to your beginning comments in Episode 1 —what soundtracks were before Morricone my memory took me to How the West was Won—the big orchestral music—one of my favorites. Thank you for your show. I love it. Some of your programs have made me want to see a movie I never saw just because of the soundtrack. Good work.

SPI-tv RO ,

So Good, It’ll Make You Cry!

Music is an integral character in many films. David has created such an amazing podcast and I look forward to each episode. The show breaks down theme and mood in such a brilliant way. Just listen to Empire Strikes Back episodes and you’ll see a deep level of understanding here in how music plays a pivotal role in the success of a movie. Thanks for your wonderful podcast David!

blurbler ,

*whistling solo*

Just when you thought this podcast couldn’t get any better, David tackles Morricone’s spaghetti westerns as the Mandalorian mines that rich vein of cinema! I would listen to 30 episodes of “Oxygen”-level analysis of these, but maybe I’m atypical. Kudos!

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