We love Films On Wax’s “short and sweet” soundtrack roundup podcast! This week, they’ve featured selections from five Lakeshore Records album releases: Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates (score by Jeff Cardoni), Carnage Park (score by Giona Ostinelli), Dough (score by Lorne Balfe), The Stanford Prison Experiment (score by Andrew Hewitt) and Septembers Of Shiraz (score by Mark Isham).
So much music, so little time. This week, we feature Best Score Academy Award® nominee The Hurt Locker, and Best Compilation Soundtrack Album Grammy® nominee Napoleon Dynamite, and more! For your convenience, here’s a handy list (below) of what’s out now on Lakeshore Records, from digital, CD, vinyl and Spotify! Which soundtracks are you planning to download, order or stream?
Download ‘Septembers Of Shiraz’ Soundtrack: [iTunes]
Lakeshore Records is very pleased to release Septembers of Shiraz (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), available now digitally and coming soon on CD (pre-order here). The album features score by Academy Award® nominee and EMMY® and GRAMMY® winner Mark Isham. See full album details below.
Momentum Pictures presents SEPTEMBERS OF SHIRAZ, available now on Digital (rent it on iTunes here).
Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to Septembers of Shiraz, starring Academy Award® Winner Adrien Brody (The Pianist) and Academy Award® Nominees Salma Hayek-Pinault (Once Upon A Time In Mexico) and Shohreh Aghdashloo (Syfy’s “The Expanse”). The album features score by Academy Award® Nominee Mark Isham (TV’s “Once Upon A Time”, Crash). More soundtrack details are forthcoming.
Directed by Wayne Blair, the film is adapted by screenwriter Hanna Weg from the best-selling novel, The Septembers Of Shirazby Dalia Sofer.