Goliath: Jon Ehrlich and Jason Derlatka Release Their Amazon Original Series Score!

Both tracks perfectly embody the score evolution of Goliath throughout the seasons. “The Theme of Billy McBride” showcases the distinct sound and palette of this upcoming season with its classic film noir vernacular, while “Special Delivery” is more representative of the contemporary, looming Goliath sound. – ComingSoon.net

 

The wait is over: Lakeshore Records has released Goliath—Amazon Original Series Soundtrack available digitally now on all major music services worldwide!  Fans of the legal drama will be happy to know the score album by Jon Ehrlich and Jason Derlatka encompasses all four season of the entire Prime Video series starring Oscar winner Billy Bob Thornton.  Keep reading to view the album tracklist, learn more about the co-composers, and more.

The fourth and final season of “Goliath” premiered on September 24th on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide.

Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Listen]

Track List
01. Trust Me
02. The Theme of Billy McBride – S4 Credits (feat. Or Oren)
03. Knock at the Door
04. My Wife Is Dead
05. Good Work
06. I Didn’t Say Goodbye
07. Confronting Marisol
08. Special Delivery
09. Sam Bathes in Torment
10. Post Traumatic Hallucination (feat. Or Oren)
11. Goliath S1 Main Theme
12. Patty’s Birth Mother
13. A Train to Catch (feat. Or Oren)
14. Kate on the Ledge
15. Billy Pleads His Case (feat. Or Oren)
16. Barking Dogs (feat. Or Oren)
17. The Lion’s Den
18. To the Rising Sun
19. From the Heavens
20. Tom True Trails Billy
21. We Call William Hamilton McBride
22. Tunnels
23. Billy Spins Out (feat. Or Oren)
24. The Verdict
25. Into Billy’s Arms (based on Tchaikovsky’s ‘None but the Lonely Heart’) [feat. Or Oren]
26. Nowhere to Go
27. Chinatown In The Rain (feat. Or Oren)
28. Laying Out the Case
29. Dog Has to Stay Down
30. Sam’s Emotional Breakdown (feat. Or Oren)
31. Levels Beyond Acceptable
32. Wasn’t Supposed to Be this Way
33. Thinking of Marisol
34. Through the Looking Glass (feat. Or Oren)
35. Young Kate Visits Frank
36. Central Valley
37. Politics
38. Prostituting the Virgin
39. Photographs
40. Behind Closed Doors
41. Once A Client, Always A Client
42. Prison Window
43. You Visited Me Last Night
44. Marisol Surfaces
45. I Think I’m Going Crazy
46. Diana’s End
47. I’m Going to Die Soon
48. Better Get That / Brittany’s Valet (feat. Or Oren)
49. Billy Looks Beyond the Waves

 

In the final season, Billy returns to his Big Law roots after Patty (Nina Arianda) takes a job at a prestigious white-shoe law firm in San Francisco. Together, they try to take down one of America’s most insidious Goliaths: the opioid industry. As Billy deals with his own chronic pain and Patty can’t shake the feeling she’s being used, their loyalties will be tested, putting their partnership on the line. In a world where money can buy anything, even justice, they’ll have to risk everything to do what’s right. Goliath is from Amazon Studios, with executive producers Lawrence Trilling (Parenthood), Geyer Kosinski (Fargo), and Jennifer Ames and Steve Turner (Boardwalk Empire).

Says Ehrlich: “We’re incredibly proud of the work we did on ‘Goliath.’ In season four we had a really special opportunity to score in the classic film noir vernacular, as the season is visually dripping with classic noir associations and references. It was such a rare gift to be inhabiting that melodic and harmonic space, and to be able to develop those themes and ideas across an entire season.”

Says Derlatka: “We’ve had such a great time putting our heads together each season to develop a distinct sound and palette that reflects that season’s setting, visual language and legal case, while also maintaining the looming ‘Goliath’ sound which evokes that dark, shadowy, and, at times, twisted force that’s out there hanging over Billy.”


 

ABOUT JON EHRLICH
Three-time Emmy nominated composer Jon Ehrlich has accrued, over the years, a prolific list of scoring credits encompassing a broad range of projects.

Ehrlich co-scores with Jason Derlatka Amazon Studios’ drama series Goliath, starring Billy Bob Thornton, William Hurt, Dennis Quaid, and J.K. Simmons, which has its 4th season premiere slated for September 24th; and Fox’s medical drama, The Resident, starring Matt Czuchry and Emily VanCamp, which returns September 21st with its season 5 premiere.

Ehrlich received an Emmy nomination in the “Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)” category for his score on Fox’s adventure/fantasy series Roar, starring Heath Ledger; and has received two additional nominations, with co-composer Jason Derlatka, for their work on Fox’s Emmy Award-winning and Golden Globes Award-nominated drama series House, M. D., starring Hugh Laurie; and on CBS’s drama/thriller series The Agency, starring Beau Bridges.

Ehrlich’s music can also be heard on hit series such as NBC’s Parenthood, starring Peter Krause, Lauren Graham, Dax Shepard, and Craig T. Nelson; About A Boy, starring Minnie Driver; The Slap, starring Brian Cox, Lucas Hedges, Peter Sarsgaard, and Uma Thurman; and Life, starring Damian Lewis; CBS’s The Guardian, starring Simon Baker; USA Network’s Graceland, starring Daniel Sunjata and Aaron Tveit; and White Collar, starring Matt Bomer; Fox’s Golden Globes-nominated series Party of Five, starring Neve Campbell and Scott Wolf; its spinoff series Time of Your Life, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt and Jennifer Garner; and Pitch, starring Kylie Bunbury and Mark Consuelos; ABC’s Invasion, starring Eddie Cibrian; and Karen Sisco, starring Carla Gugino; and more.

Ehrlich’s unconventional path to becoming a scoring composer calls back to his former life in the theater. Ehrlich studied music and theater as an undergrad at Yale University where he graduated Scholar of the House. He spent his early years writing musicals, and got his start at Warner Bros. Feature Animation writing a musical film called The Jester, with collaborator Stephen Lloyd.
Ehrlich is also a founder of Qwire, a collaborative, cloud based, web platform that streamlines workflows across every aspect of the music to picture ecosystem, while managing music assets and all associated music metadata

ABOUT JASON DERLATKA
Two-time Emmy nominated composer Jason Derlatka has written music for multi-platinum selling recording artists, countless national ad campaigns and some of the most popular
television shows of the past decade.

Derlatka co-scores with Jon Ehrlich Amazon Studios’ drama series Goliath, starring Billy Bob Thornton, William Hurt, Dennis Quaid, and J.K. Simmons, which has its 4th season premiere slated for September 24th; and Fox’s medical drama, The Resident, starring Matt Czuchry and Emily VanCamp, which returns September 21st with its season 5 premiere.

Derlatka received two Emmy nominations in the “Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)” category for Fox’s Emmy Award-winning and Golden Globes Award-nominated drama series House, M. D., starring Hugh Laurie; and CBS’s drama/thriller series The Agency, starring Beau Bridges; both of which he co-scored with Jon Ehrlich.

In addition to scoring hit television shows, Derlatka tours with Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
band Journey on keyboards, backing and lead vocals. Derlatka became an official band member in 2020.

Derlatka’s music can also be heard on hit series such as NBC’s Parenthood, starring Peter Krause, Lauren Graham, Dax Shepard, and Craig T. Nelson; About A Boy, starring Minnie
Driver; and The Slap, starring Brian Cox, Lucas Hedges, Peter Sarsgaard, and Uma Thurman; USA Network’s Graceland, starring Daniel Sunjata and Aaron Tveit; and White Collar, starring Matt Bomer; Fox’s Pitch, starring Kylie Bunbury and Mark Consuelos; and Tru Calling, starring Eliza Dushku; and more.

Derlatka started playing piano at age four. By age 11, he was studying at the University of Montana, where he would later receive a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a major in music. While earning his degree, Derlatka met renowned record producer David Foster, who gave him the opportunity to orchestrate and perform with him. This experience would inspire him to move to LA and pursue a career in music.

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