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TEXAS RISING – John Debney and Bruce Broughton

Original Review by Jonathan Broxton

The American cable TV channels A&E and History have, in recent years, been branching out of their usual comfort zone and producing a number of epic mini-series chronicling important events or people in American history. 1,305 more words


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Having watched the devastation unfold in Nepal over the last week I am calling upon the amazing and fully supportive film music community to once again help those in need. 468 more words

Broken Horses (John Debney)


John Debney, 2015, Lakeshore Records
32 tracks, 62:16

Don’t worry horse lovers, this is not a film about our equine companions, though it does feature a horse. 569 more words


Screen Composer John Debney's 'La Pasión Oratorio'

John Debney’s “La Pasión Oratorio,” inspired by the composer’s Oscar-nominated score for The Passion of the Christ, was recently performed at the Mosque Cathedral of Córdoba, Spain – appropriately during Holy Week. 79 more words


Walk of Shame

By Mikko Ojala

Walk of Shame is a 2014 comedy starring Elizabeth Banks and James Marsden. The movie’s plot revolves around a female reporter whose dream of becoming a news anchor is compromised after a one-night stand leaves her stranded in downtown L.A. 886 more words


Houdini (Vol. 1 & Vol. 2)

By Mikko Ojala

Title: Houdini (Vol. 1 & Vol. 2)

Composer: John Debney (additional music by Sebastian Arocha)

The Film: Houdini is a two-part, four hour History channel miniseries written by Nicholas Meyer starring Adrien Brody and directed by Uli Edel, which follows the story of Harry Houdini as he emerges as America’s first bona fide world-renowned superstar. 440 more words


John Debney: The Passion of the Christ Original Soundtrack Recording (La La Land)

One of the most successful films of all time is also one of the most controversial films of all time. In spite of the controversy, 519 more words

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