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The October edition of FSM ONLINE is now live. In this issue, we have two cover-stories for your reading and listening pleasure—an in-depth look at the Tom Tykwer, Reinhold Heil and Johnny Klimek's music to CLOUD ATLAS and an audio interview with none other than JAMES NEWTON HOWARD, discussing career highlights and his recent association with the Ghent Film Festival. Also in this issue Carter Burwell reins in the crazy on SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS; Christopher Young gets SINISTER with his latest score; an interview of JON BURLINGAME, covering his comprehensive new book THE MUSIC OF JAMES BOND; a report from the Academy's recent salute to the music of 007; coverage of the 50th NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL, including first looks at LINCOLN, FLIGHT and more; a look back at beloved Japanese composer KENTARO HANEDA’S music for Hayao Miyazaki’s 1984 TV show SHERLOCK HOUND (with lots of audio samples); a new installment of TORN PAGES, covering THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU and the ZBIGNIEW PREISNER score that never came to be; SOUNDTRACK OBSCURITIES’ limited-edition detox prescription; a Halloween-flavored EAR OF THE MONTH; plenty of reviews, more embedded audio clips, and more.
 
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Can't see even a paragraph about Golden Age film music. Not even a CD review.
I don't expect a Golden Age Special every month, but a regular bit of content for subscribers whose prime interest is Golden Age would be nice.

I'm afraid that's why I cancelled my subscription. I was finding little which matched my interest.


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Can't see even a paragraph about Golden Age film music. Not even a CD review.
I don't expect a Golden Age Special every month, but a regular bit of content for subscribers whose prime interest is Golden Age would be nice.


Wow. I may have to start subscribing again! :-D

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