This episode I speak with Who Are Your People? filmmaker Jonathan Robinson and Coffee With Kenobi’s Dan Z, Mitch reviews The Call of the Wild, Joe and Keith revisit the Temple of Yearning, you have a chance to win a deluxe copy of Anne-Sophie Mutter’s Across the Stars album, we have a new Lost Delta update, Indiana Mic is back with a gear update and more of your great emails!
From Rural Ireland to Old Boston to the Oklahoma Territory with John Williams: To celebrate the release of La-La Land’s expanded Far and Away soundtrack, Laird and Ron (Longo not Howard) discuss the 1992 movie and music by the Maestro. Plus the latest news and another chance to win a copy of Across the Stars by Anne-Sophie Mutter and John Williams. [In Stereo]
In these uncertain times, you can count on the IndyCast showing up just like a bad penny! This episode Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock reviews the latest Indy pop vinyl, Joe and Keith review the Tomb of the Gods, Indiana Mic and John Penman talk bullwhips and Ron has more Indy trivia!
In this epic episode we had some shock news regarding Indy 5, Mitch is back with a new segment, Ron & Laird have a mini Magic of John Williams special, we have a Lost Delta roundup, Indiana Mic has a quick update, IJ in the UK returns, Joe and Keith speak with Tomb of the God’s writer Rob Williams, and lots more!
In our first regular episode for 2020, we hear some Indy 5 updates direct from Harrison Ford himself, you have a chance to vote for a unique Indy Lego set, the Indy Pop Vinyl makes a return, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock returns, Indiana Mic talks Indy fandom, Morgan and Rich return with another expanded Archive of Indiana Jones and lots more!
Laird and Ron risk disaster with a deep look at the recent La-La Land released Disaster Box Set including The Poseidon Adventure, The Towering Inferno and Earthquake. Plus, a listen-back feature on John Williams’ amazing 25 Grammy wins and the usual news roundup. [In Stereo]
Happy New Year IndyCast listeners! To begin 2020, Ron and Laird return to a long time ago in that far away galaxy. They dissect John Williams’ final score of the Skywalker Saga, Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker. Loaded with audio from the Original Soundtrack release, the Academy For Your Consideration tracks, and clips from the film itself, The Magic of John Williams Special 47 digs into the new themes, the old themes and how they all blend together as music, underscore and the rousing conclusion to 42 years of unprecedented (and never to be equaled) music-making. [In Stereo]
‘Twas the week before Christmas so Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock invites over Old Indy to share some eggnog and get in the holiday spirit!
This week, Official IndyCast correspondent Mitch Hallock and I do our annual look back at the year that was, Ron Longo has a taste of what’s ahead on the Magic of John Williams, the Further Adventures team is back looking at Indy’s comic exploits, we have more Indy trivia, another chance to with Anne-Sophie Mutter’s Across the Stars album and lots more!
Ron and Laird return with their 46th John Williams special, packed with interviews and audio from John Williams, David Newman, Stephane Deneve and James Ehnes and featuring John Williams conductor Lawrence Loh in Club Obi Wan for an exclusive conversation! The guys take a listen to concerts from across the country – Tanglewood to St. Louis to Seattle – as well as a quick conversation about Minority Report, newly released in expanded format. [In Stereo]