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  • From Rocky to Rudy, Jerry Greene names his fab five sports movie songs, soundtracks

    When I was a kid midway in a previous century, I loved background music in motion pictures. In fact, I dreamed of how neat it would be if we all had background music playing in our lives. And now, mere decades later, we are living that dream.
  • Essential tracks: John Carpenter's 'Lost Themes' gives off eerie, futuristic sounds

    Essential tracks: John Carpenter's 'Lost Themes' gives off eerie, futuristic sounds
    John Carpenter, "Lost Themes" (Sacred Bones). Horror movie master John Carpenter is best known for his classic screamers including "Halloween," "Escape From New York" and "They Live," but many may not realize that the director also scores his own movies,...

    Demis Roussos dies at 68; popular Greek singer had a global following

    Demis Roussos dies at 68; popular Greek singer had a global following
    Greek singer Demis Roussos, whose high-pitched pop serenades won him household recognition in the 1970s and '80s across Europe and beyond and who sold more than 60 million records, has died. He was 68. An Athens hospital confirmed the singer died Monday...

    Jazz Trio Bad Plus Bringing Its Personal Aesthetic To Iron Horse

    Jazz Trio Bad Plus Bringing Its Personal Aesthetic  To Iron Horse
    The piano trio format — acoustic piano, double bass and drums — has been a part of jazz for decades. Bill Evans' modest output from 1959-61 with bassist Scott LaFaro and drummer Paul Motian, spanning only two studio recordings and a pair...

    Composers Add Layer of Drama to Oscar Hopefuls

    TRENT REZNOR "Gone Girl" (Fox) "Disarming" was the watchword for Trent Reznor as he scored "Gone Girl." The music often lies about what's really happening, much like the film's central couple -- before the truth eventually erupts like a violent geyser....