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Throwback Thursday: Legion Season 1 Soundtrack By Jeff Russo

We can’t celebrate the release of Jeff Russo’s score to Lucy In The Sky without a tip of the hat to another Noah Hawley production, FX’s critically-acclaimed Legion series!  If you’re paying attention, you’ll also notice that Legion star Dan Stevens also has a role in Lucy In The Sky as husband Drew Cola.  And, like Legion, Lucy In The Sky features an iconic cover song.  Check out the soundtrack to Legion, Season 1.  Listen to the album and see if you aren’t transported to the astral plane. 

And in case you missed it, EMMY® Winner Jeff Russo was named No. 1 Composer of 2018 by TuneFind!

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Throwback Thursday: Clint Mansell’s Award Winning Black Mirror: San Junipero Score

In celebration of the Out Of Blue soundtrack release, Lakeshore Records dedicates this edition of Throwback Thursday to one of Clint Mansell’s most beloved releases: the score to double EMMY®-winning San Junipero episode (Season 3, Episode 4) of the wildly popular Black Mirror series on Netflix! The two Primetime EMMY® wins were for Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Special and Outstanding Television Movie. The episode also won two BAFTAs TV Awards, among others.

Clint Mansell’s San Junipero score was listed on numerous year-end Best Scores lists of 2016 such as these:

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Throwback Thursday: Barry Jenkins’ Best Picture Academy Award Winner, ‘Moonlight’

In celebration of the theatrical premiere of If Beale Street Could Talk (Annapurna Pictures) this week, we take a look back at Moonlight, Composer Nicholas Britell and Director Barry Jenkins’ previous collaboration — last year’s Best Picture Academy Award®-winning film!  This collaboration earned three Oscars®: Best Picture, Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor!  Nicholas also earned an Academy Award® Best Score nomination for Moonlight.  

Moonlight’s Academy Award® Nominees James Laxton (Best Cinematography) and Joi Mcmillon (Best Editing) also team up once again with Jenkins on If Beale Street Could Talk.  With the buzz of critical acclaim for the forthcoming Beale Street theatrical opening on Friday, this is the perfect time to be reminded of the magic created once before with this winning team!

Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Listen/Buy]


A24 presents MOONLIGHT, available now on iTunes (rent it here), Amazon Prime (watch now here), and on Blu-ray/DVD (order here).

Throwback Thursday: The Jigsaw and What Keeps You Alive Connection You May Have Missed

In this edition of Throwback Thursday, we offer a bit of movie trivia for those fans out there who may have noticed some familiar faces in What Keeps You Alive, starring Brittany Allen and Hannah Emily Anderson.  Last year, both actresses appeared in Jigsaw, although they never shared scenes together.  If you’re not already cueing up Jigsaw to verify this fact, you can watch the film on iTunes Movies and Amazon Prime Video now.  Lakeshore also released Charlie Clouser’s score to Jigsaw, which you can download and listen to here.  


Throwback Thursday: Revisiting Alexandre Desplat’s Score To ‘The Light Between Oceans’

This week, we revisit The Light Between Oceans featuring score by Alexandre Desplat.  The Academy Award®-winning composer who is releasing his latest score to The Sisters Brothers on Lakeshore Records, is known for such scores to acclaimed films as The Shape of Water, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Imitation Game, The King’s Speech and many more!  Take a listen to The Light Between Oceans (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) below.

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The film, based on the 2012 novel by M. L. Stedman tells the story of a lighthouse keeper and his wife living off the coast of Western Australia who raise a baby they rescue from an adrift rowboat. Years later, the couple discovers the child’s true parentage and are faced with the moral dilemma of their actions.