Find out what’s new on Lakeshore Records: the CBC/Netflix mini-series, Alias Grace (score by Mychael Danna and Jeff Danna), M.F.A. (score by Sonya Belousova & Giona Ostinelli), Nude (score by Reza Safinia), LBJ (score by Marc Shaiman), Sundance Award Winner The Force (score by Justin Melland), and The Glamour & The Squalor various artists soundtrack! See details below.
Mike McCready, the guitarist of one of the iconic bands featured in the documentary, The Glamour & The Squalor, composed the score to the documentary about visionary tastemaker Marco Collins. As a Seattle DJ, Marco was instrumental in breaking some of the most successful bands in history and bringing the music that defined a generation to the airwaves. Download your copy of The Glamour & The Squalor (Original Motion Picture Score) — out now digitally, and pre-order the CD before it hits shelves on September 29. Check out the story at Mike’s band Website, Pearl Jam online.
The movie’s score got a lift from one of the decade’s most acclaimed musicians, Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready. – Jeff Giles, Ultimate Classic Rock
Ahead of the release of The Glamour & The Squalor score album, the good folks over at Ultimate Classic Guitar has the exclusive song premiere of Mike McCready’s track, “Young-ish.” “I love this one because it just sounds kinda crunchy and plodding with guitar riffs and solos all over it,” says Music Supervisor Kevin Moyer. Lakeshore Records will release The Glamour & The Squalor (Original Motion Picture Score) digitally on Friday, September 1. Hear the full song now at Ultimate Classic Rock.
The track shows McCready’s prowess with six string melodic precision that includes hummable hooks, reminding listeners of the aching wail of the Seattle’s scene’s most compelling vocal storytellers. – Glide Magazine
Listen to the track, “Sean Mac on a Horse on a Boat” by Mike McCready, off the forthcoming The Glamour & The Squalor (Original Motion Picture Score), out Friday, September 1 on Lakeshore Records! Hear the full song now at Glide Magazine!