In this episode of the podcast, film & TV editor Marshall Harvey takes time to talk with me about the role of music in his editing process, his favorite film music and composers as well as editing the films of director Joe Dante, specifically THE BURBS, MATINEE, SMALL SOLDIERS and LOONEY TUNES: BACK IN ACTION. We also discuss discernible shifts in movie music styles in recent years and Marshall shares some stories involving the late, great composer Jerry Goldsmith when working on the aforementioned Dante films.

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In this episode, I turn my "Listening To..." focus towards the inimitable composer Jerry Goldsmith and specifically, his music for films released in 1982. In that year alone there were five theatrical releases which featured his eloquent accompaniment - POLTERGEIST, NIGHT CROSSING, THE SECRET OF N.I.M.H., THE CHALLENGE and FIRST BLOOD. It was a typically busy year for Goldsmith and he produced several of his strongest, most celebrated scores, resulting in an Academy Award nomination for POLTERGEIST. I examine the aural connections between these efforts, a bit of the concert classical influences and their place in Goldsmith's overall canon.

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