“Music Got Me Here” is a new documentary from filmmaker Susan Koch and looks at the extraordinary power of music and how it helped save the life of snowboarder Forrest Allen. – Variety
Lakeshore Records has released Music Got Me Here (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), available now digitally on all major digital music services! The album features an original score by Stephen Endelman, Grammy®-nominated composer, arranger, and producer known for his scores to De-Lovely, Jawbreaker, Home of the Brave, and more. See the album tracklist and purchase links below.
Lakeshore Records has released The Vigil (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – music by Michael Yezerski (The Tax Collector, Blindspotting). The soundtrack releases alongside the U.S. theatrical debut of the horror film, now in theaters and on demand from IFC Midnight.
Lakeshore Records is set to release Superintelligence—Original Motion Picture Soundtrack featuring music by Fil Eisler (“Empire”, “Shameless”), digitally on February 26. Eisler has created a vivid orchestral backdrop that illuminates the emotional themes of the technological comedy thriller. The film directed by Ben Falcone and starring Melissa McCarthy, Bobby Cannavale, Brian Tyree Henry, and James Corden is available now on HBO Max.
Ahead of the album release, we are thrilled to premiere the track, “End of Days/Saving George.” Listen below.
Lakeshore Records releases Paul Leonard-Morgan’sMy Psychedelic Love Story (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)! The 34-track album comes off the Showtime film which documents Timothy Leary through the eyes of Joanna Harcourt-Smith and the lens of Academy Award-winning Director Errol Moris. Why did Timothy Leary, the High Priest of LSD, become a narc in 1974—abandoning the millions he urged to turn on, tune in, and drop out?
See album purchase links and more film details below.
Lakeshore Records has released I Care A Lot—Music From The Netflix Film featuring an electronic score by Marc Canham, is available now digitally! Directed by , J Blakeson, I Care A Lot is now a New York Times Critic’s Pick film.