Never Tell Me the Odds - Part II - The Old Gold
Published September 14, 2018
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    Full of Sith proudly presents this two-part podcast miniseries on the score to Solo: A Star Wars Story, focused on the music composed and created by John Powell, featuring original and new themes by John Williams

    Part two of this miniseries focuses on action music in film scores, Powell's unique approach to composing it, and the multiple uses of pre-existing themes and motifs throughout Solo, both as inspiration for his new work and through variations on the old Star Wars standbys.

    Music in this episode includes:
    Larger than Life (Captain America: Civil War)
    Origins (Thor: The Dark World
    Captain America March (Captain America: The First Avenger)
    End Credits (The Avengers)
    Warrior Falls (Black Panther)
    Why So Serious (The Dark Knight)
    Drink Up Me Hearties (Pirates of the Caribbean)
    Reminiscence Therapy
    Train Heist
    Krennic's Aspirations (Rogue One)
    The Imperial March (The Empire Strikes Back)
    Into the Maw
    L3 and Millennium Falcon
    Ben's Death and TIE Fighter Attack (Star Wars)
    Into the Superstructure (Return of the Jedi)
    The Battle of Crait (The Last Jedi)
    Forbidden Friendship (How to Train Your Dragon)
    A Man of Constant Sorrow (O Brother, Where Art Thou)
    Chicken in the Pot
    Lapti Nek (Return of the Jedi)
    Duel of the Fates
    Marauders Arrive
    Flying with Chewie
    Dice and Roll/End Credits

    Includes excerpts from the video essay "The Marvel Cinematic Universe" by Every Frame a Painting (Taylor Ramos & Tony Zhou), Solo: A Star Wars Story, and Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

    Written, produced & edited by Bobby Roberts

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