HMHS 168 - There's a lot you can do in one minute (7/30/09)

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Re: HMHS 168 - There's a lot you can do in one minute (7/30/09)

Post by lucas » Thu Aug 06, 2009 3:30 pm

Grandma Melonhead wrote:To be clear, I wasn't talking about his soundtracks but about his songs for musicals. I quite liked the songs he wrote (and sang) for "Willy Wonka", but I couldnt hum a one of them after watching the movie. That's all I mean.
yes, I guess I'd have to agree.
in fact I didn't remember that there were any songs in the burton version.

BTW, if you'd like to check out the tracks I mentioned, they're available here:
http://www.last.fm/music/Oingo+Boingo/BOI-NGO
other LPs and songs are available there as well.
just remember, it was the 80's
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Re: HMHS 168 - There's a lot you can do in one minute (7/30/09)

Post by Chris C » Thu Aug 06, 2009 10:40 pm

tonyoci wrote:For everyone's information there is no reason to stop sending 1 minute songs, we do have another collection to play and more are welcome.

Cool. I'm working on my 1 minute song with a place in the title.
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Re: HMHS 168 - There's a lot you can do in one minute (7/30/09)

Post by Grandma Melonhead » Fri Aug 07, 2009 2:31 pm

lucas wrote:BTW, if you'd like to check out the tracks I mentioned, they're available here:
http://www.last.fm/music/Oingo+Boingo/BOI-NGO
other LPs and songs are available there as well.
just remember, it was the 80's
Thanks. I'll check that out.
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Re: HMHS 168 - There's a lot you can do in one minute (7/30/09)

Post by chckn8r » Sat Aug 15, 2009 2:32 pm

I'm about half-way through this episode and you guys go and release another one! ARGH! I hate vacations and catching up on all these podcasts!

Geez, what a great show! I think I'm up to Melon's third tune or maybe Albert's tune about now - I've been just floored by the quality, creativity and general fun sonic yumminess of this episode! What a great idea. I gotta say, I think you guys have unlocked some really cool thing here.

Re: the Elfman debate. I'm, personally a big fan of Danny, but I gotta agree with GM, that his score writing is a bit formulaic and can be unmemorable. I liked the Wonka stuff, but my all-time favorite score/musical that he wrote has to be Nightmare Before Christmas - THOSE are catchy tunes.

Check out the Oingo Boingo stuff - not really textbook songwriting, but lots of ear-candy in there. They were the musician's cult band of the '80's with a couple of "hit" songs....

More later!

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