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Browncoat1984
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Just as his father, Jerry left a great legacy through Star Trek and movies like Alien, Joel left a great legacy through Stargate Sg-1. I often wonder if Rick Berman hadn’t been so uptight about music during the TNG era if TNG music would have been more memorable like the stuff Joel or Bear McCreary (I know I probably spelled that right) did for their shows.

Rambosmurf
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Funny that you guys talk about subtle music when there’s incredibly dramatic and not at all subtle music playing over it. Which took away from the interview.

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I enjoyed the interview. My favorite Joel Goldsmith is the theme to Stargate:Atlantis. I know that he did it in the style of David Arnold, but he also, in the chorus, reminded me of Debussy’s Engulfed Cathedral. And, I loved the music in Continuum, esp. the music when they are trekking across the Artic and New Identities. These were truly epic themes…just gorgeous and poignant.

Daxmaryrussel
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#133 is not available for download on the Podcast page https://www.gateworld.net/gateworld_podcast.shtml Can you please upload it there?
Thanks

Daxmaryrussel
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Hi again, managed to figure out the link myself :)
http://stream.gateworld.net/podcast/media/GateWorld-Podcast_2012-05-23.mp3

Flickshtain
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Do not forget to vote for Stargate Universe. The show can be revived by Netflix.
http://www.giantfreakinrobot.com/scifi/10-cancelled-scifi-tv-shows-netflix-bring-terra-nova.html