Lakeshore Records has released The Stand—Original Series Soundtrack with music by Nathaniel Walcott and Mike Mogis—both members of the band Bright Eyes. The score ranges from intimate acoustic guitar-based themes to menacingly droning cues that encompass the wide range of moods in the series based on the book by Stephen King. Walcott and Mogis also collaborated with Durand Jones (of Durand Jones and the Indications) to create a new version of the song “Baby, Can You Dig Your Man”, the hit single for the character Larry Underwood (Jovan Adepo).
The Stand is available to stream now on CBS All Access, with new episodes dropping weekly on Thursdays.
The score crafted by Nathaniel Walcott and Mike Mogis (the musical duo known for Stuck in Love and The Fault in Our Stars) is just as epic as the grand story being told onscreen. – Josh Weiss, Forbes
Ahead of the soundtrack release of The Stand, composers Nathaniel Walcott and Mike Mogis have debuted two tracks from the album, “Stu Swears To Try” and “Queen Nadine.” Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack digitally on Friday, February 5, 2021 on all major music services. Listen to the tracks below and read the full story originally published at Forbes.
“Working on a score for a show of the magnitude and scope ofThe Stand was a daunting but exciting process, made all the more surreal by watching the events of 2020 unfold, as we holed up scoring a show about a pandemic during a pandemic.”
“The Stand” is the CBS All Access Series based on the classic Stephen King book, starring James Marsden and Amber Heard. Have you been watching “The Stand” on CBS All Access?
There’s nothing like hearing the Star Trek universe come alive via Jeff Russo’s Star Trek: Picard score on vinyl! Lakeshore Records previously took pre-orders via the webshop, but now you can also purchase this fine record at major retailers in the US, and coming soon worldwide. This Limited Edition record is pressed on 140-gram “Transparent Green With Splatter” vinyl, complete with printed inner sleeves featuring a gatefold jacket. See purchase links and more details below. What are your favorite cues from the score?
On a separate but related note, have you tuned in for the Season 3 premeire of Star Trek: Discovery? Watch now on the CBS All Access app.
Jeff Russo is one of Hollywood’s most in-demand composers today. He recently carved out some time to speak with Gold Derby about his masterful Star Trek: Picard Season 1 score. Fans of the soundtrack and the Star Trek franchise can tune in to the video interview in which he references the legacy of the scores and how he pays homage to past composers’ work, such as Jerry Goldsmith and the various composers of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Check out the full interview over at Gold Derby.
Listen to all 55 tracks from Star Trek: Picard, Season 1 (Original Series Soundtrack) below.
The “Complete My Picard” offer has been extended to June 30, 2020, per Lakeshore Records. For fans who purchased Star Trek: Picard Chapter 1 before the Star Trek: Picard Season 1 complete soundtrack can still get the tracks they’re missing from the full season soundtrack release.
Send your Chapter 1 purchase receipt by June 30, 2020 to email@example.com and they’ll send you a download code.
For people who haven’t had a chance to get the complete album, the soundtrack is out now on all major digital music services: [Download/Listen]
And as for the critically-acclaimed series, CBS All Access is offering two free months (previously it was one month) so you have time to stream the entire series as well as Star Trek: Discovery and all the Star Trek television series offered on the streaming service! According to The Verge, you start your free trial with code GIFT, and as long as you’re set to renew, you can enter code ENJOY for your second free month. See the original post at The Verge.