It’s back to school time and we’re in the mood for some higher learning and hijinks. Just take a look at some of these soundtracks out on Lakeshore Records while you’re at it and find out where you can rent or stream these classic movies!
Before Lyle Workman got us grooving to his score to Love: A Netflix Original Series, he made a name for himself scoring feature films such as Superbad, now a comedy classic! Hailed as an “iconic comedy… a true classic of its times” (Pete Hammond, Maxim), “Superbad is a laugh-out-loud masterpiece!” Lyle brings the funk on Superbad: watch this composer interview complete with an exclusive in-studio recording session!
Lakeshore Records received a Grammy® nomination for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media for the Napoleon Dynamite soundtrack, making this an ideal get for the serious soundtrack collector!
The album features classic hits like “Canned Heat” by Jamiroquai; “Forever Young” by Alphaville; “I Want Candy” by Bow Wow Wow; “Only You” by Yaz; “The Promise” by When In Rome; Cyndi Lauper’s “Time After Time” performed by Sparklemotion; and score by John Swihart (Nacho Libre, Staten Island Summer).
From the producers of Academy Award nominated Trumbo and The Age Of Adaline, Charlie Bartlett stars a young Anton Yelchin in this smart comedy about a rich kid who self-appoints himself as the school psychiatrist. Also starring Robert Downey, Jr., and Hope Davis, and score by Grammy nominee Christophe Beck (Frozen).
Musician Eef Barzelay (Rudderless) made his scoring debut on Rocket Science, the Sundance Film Festival winner directed by Jeffery Blitz (Spellbound). Starring Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates‘ Anna Kendrick in one of her first feature films, and Reece Thompson as Hal Hefner, a stuttering teen who joins the debate team and navigates coming-of-age challenges. The Playlist said, “Barzelay’s score is folky, orchestral and naturally quirky and wacky in moments (“Rocket Science” looks a little like “Rushmore” if thrown through the patented Sundance filter of indie-awkwardness and lovable eccentricity, i.e., “quirky”).
The Spectacular Now
The score album for The Spectacular Now, released by Lakeshore Records features a score by Rob Simonsen (Nerve, The Age Of Adaline, Foxcatcher), who embues the film with incredibly memorable and romantic music, and bonus tracks by Ariel Pink and Dam-Funk, and Kurt Vile.
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