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From the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con, audio from the “Behind the Music with CW3PR: Composing for Sci-Fi, Horror, and Fantasy Film & TV” panel, featuring Michael Giacchino, Wendy & Lisa Coleman, Nathan Barr, Jim Dooley, John Ottman, and Jeremy Zuckerman.
The official synopsis:
Award-winning composers Michael Giacchino (Lost), Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman (Heroes), Nathan Barr (True Blood), Jim Dooley (Pushing Daisies), John Ottman (Superman Returns), and Jeremy Zuckerman (Avatar: The Last Airbender) have all composed for Comic-Con’s fan-favorite movies and TV series and are here to share a behind-the-scenes perspective on creating music for television and film. Together they will discuss their respective projects and how they got their big break into the music composing industry. Q&A following the panel plus exclusive giveaways for attendees. Moderated by BMI executive Anne Cecere, director of film/television relations and CW3PR vice-president Chandler Poling.
From the archives. Jen’s appearance on Episode 47 of “HawaiiUP” for Oct. 8, 2006. We talked about Jen’s recent music buys: “Summertime” by Brother Love, “Greased Lightnin’” from Grease, “Ku’u Home o Kahalu’u” by Hui Ohana, “Love Comes Tumbling” by U2, “Wild Horses” by The Rolling Stones, Straight Outta Lynwood by “Weird Al” Yankovic.
From the archives. Jen’s appearance on Episode 44 of “HawaiiUP” for Sept. 2, 2006. We discuss Jen’s recent music purchases: “Hyperballad” by The Twilight Singers, “66″ by The Afghan Whigs, “Back of Your Car” by Ryan Starr, “Remember” by “Black Lab,” and “Enjoy the Silence” by Depeche Mode.
From the archives. Jen’s appearance on Episode 53 of “HawaiiUP” for March 11, 2006. “Shambala” by Three Dog Night, “Help” by Julian Coryell, “Summer in the City” by Lovin’ Spoonful, “Mama” by Country Comfort, “Whiplash” by Cake or Death.
From the archives. Jen’s appearance on Episode 36 of “HawaiiUP” for Jan. 1, 2006. We discuss concerts that Jen’s attended: AC/DC and King’s X, The Big Mele, Tony Bennett, and Motley Crue.
From the archives. Jen’s appearance on Episode 21 of “HawaiiUP” on Aug. 13, 2005. We discuss Jen’s Top Five Power Ballads. “Silent Lucidity” by Queensryche, “Don’t Cry” by Guns ‘N’ Roses, “Carrie” by Europe, “Sister Christian” by Night Ranger, and “I Remember You” by Skid Row.
From the archives. Jen’s appearance on Episode 18 of HawaiiUP on July 22, 2005. Our TiVo thinks Jen’s country.
From the archives. Jen’s appearance on Episode 17 of HawaiiUP on July 9, 2005. We discuss her Top Five Female Singers: Karen Carpenter, Joan Osborne, Ann Wilson, Bonnie Raitt, and Sade.
From the archives. Jen’s appearance from Episode #8 of HawaiiUP on April 15, 2005. We discuss her Top Five Favorite Male Singers: Prince, Toby Keith, Freddie Mercury, Al Green, and Tony Bennett. For the record, Jen wants to take back Toby Keith.