July 25, 2020

16. School's Out! High School Movie Soundtracks

16. School's Out! High School Movie Soundtracks

Welcome back to the latest episode of BETWEEN THE NOTES...

Your hosts, Tony Black & Sean Wilson, are this week celebrating the end of the strangest school year in living memory and discussing the soundtracks of high school movies as the kids break...

Welcome back to the latest episode of BETWEEN THE NOTES... Your hosts, Tony Black & Sean Wilson, are this week celebrating the end of the strangest school year in living memory and discussing the soundtracks of high school movies as the kids break up for a long, unusual, Covid-centric summer. Along the way, they choose 10 songs from an array of different films, composers and in this case recording artists as they unpick what makes a great high school movie score. Don't forget to enjoy our playlists compiled for your enjoyment alongside our film music discussion. 0:00-09:48 - Intro 09:49-18:17 - Theme from Lady Bird (Jon Brion) 18:18-26:16 - Rock Around the Clock from Blackboard Jungle (Bill Haley & His Comets) 26:17-33:35 - Don’t You (Forget About Me) from The Breakfast Club (Simple Minds) 33:36-39:34 - Webbed Surveillance from Spider-Man: Homecoming (Michael Giacchino) 39:35-47:05 - Danke Schoen from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (Wayne Newton) 47:06-56:37 - You’re the One That I Want from Grease (cast 56:38-1:03:55 - In Your Eyes from Say Anything (Peter Gabriel) 1:03:56-1:09:58 - Main Theme from Carrie (Pino Donaggio) 1:09:59-1:19:09 - Are You Man Enough? from Superbad (The Four Tops) 1:19:10-1:27:17 - Oh Baby from Booksmart (LCD Soundsystem) 1:27:18 - Outro Host / Editor Tony Black Co-Host Sean Wilson School's Out! on Spotify playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3SVNIktZ3r9AbgMpsQobf4?si=ZmHru6RMTb-i4a7DTaQ1Lw Sean talks to Michael Giacchino for Den of Geek: https://www.denofgeek.com/movies/michael-giacchino-interview-the-art-of-scoring-movies/ Twitter: @btw_notes We Made This on Twitter: @wemadethispod / www.wemadethispod.com Title music 'Milky Way' (c) Peter Sandberg/Epidemic Sound