#19 | Dave Jordan, The Inside Track with Dr. Siu-Lan Tan & Name That Score
Published August 28, 2018
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    Robert and Kenny begin the show explaining the crucial role of a “music supervisor” in modern filmmaking, before interviewing Hollywood’s most in-demand music supervisor, Dave Jordan, responsible for some of the biggest Marvel projects and soundtracks of the last decade, including Guardians of the Galaxy and Black Panther.

    Robert and Kenny debate several “long overdue sequels/reboots” they’d like to see, including Robert’s “Sit and Deliver” and Kenny’s post-Breaking Bad/Jesse Pinkman spinoff "Science, Bitch!"

    Then Dave Jordan comes in to discuss his comic book collection and how it led him to a job as the preeminent music supervisor for Marvel films.

    In The Inside Track, music psychologist Dr. Siu-Lan Tan discusses the role of music and sound design on manipulating audiences, including a fascinating music psychology study.

    Then Dave talks about his work on Black Panther with Ryan Coogler, Ludwig Goransson and Kendrick Lamar, and delivering an entire soundtrack instead of just a few songs, and the incredible way the Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack was born.

    Lastly, Dave joins us to play a “Famous Movie Songs 2.0” edition of Name That Score, where you — yes, you — could be a winner!

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    Hosts: Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes
    Executive Producer: Matt Schrader
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