Saturday, March 7, 2015

Episode 80 - The 2014 Cue Awards

Episode 80 - The 2014 Cue Awards 

The 7th Cue Awards are finally revealed!  Christopher Coleman, Marius Masalar, Edmund Meinerts, Richard Buxton, Thomas Medina, and Steven Sharrat, are joined by award-winning composers and record industry professionals to accept their awards.  All eleven award categories are announced as well as the winners of The Genius Choice Vote!  Additionally, Richard Buxton's spotlight on scores and composers from Asia returns with The Monkey King Award.

Episode Highlights

00:00 — Opening and Welcome to the 2014 Cue Awards
04:08 — How the Cue Awards Work
06:36 — Best Action Score: Cue Award and Genius Choice Award Winner
22:58 — What is The Genius Choice Vote?
23:35 — Best Dramatic Score: Cue Award and The Genius Choice Vote Winner
35:55 — Best Score for Television: Cue Award
38:11 — Best Score - Television: The Genius Choice Winner
45:10 — Best Score - Video Game: Cue Award and Genius Choice Winner
01:03:04 — Best Score - Animation: Cue Award and Genius Choice Award Winner
01:13:37 — Best Cue - Cue Award and Genius Choice Award Winner
01:22:55 — The Monkey King Award
01:26:31 — Record Label of the Year: Cue Award and Genius Choice Award Winner
01:36:06 — Best Theme: Cue Award and Genius Choice Award Winner
01:46:00 — Composer of the Year: Cue Award and Genius Choice Award Winner
01:50:05 — Best Overall Score: Cue Award and Genius Choice Award Winner
01:57:43 — Wrap Up and Spotlight Titles from 2014
02:11:14 — Credits and Thanks

Music Selections

00:01 — Cue the Orchestra by Marius Masalar
06:59 — Sun Wukong, The Monkey King (The Monkey King) by Christopher Young
11:35 — Niu Wo Wang, the Buffalo Demon King (The Monkey King) by Christopher Young
23:59 — Main Title (The Field of Lost Shoes) by Frederik Wiedmann
32:09 — The Imitation Game (The Imitation Game) by Alexandre Desplat
36:17 — Main Theme (Gunshi Kanbee) by Yugo Kano
38:34 — Main Theme (Game of Thrones) by Ramin Djawadi
45:50 — The Seeding (Civ. Beyond Earth) by Michael Curran, Geoff Knorr, Grant Kirkhope, Griffin Cohen
47:06 — Planetfall (Civ. Beyond Earth) by Michael Curran, Geoff Knorr, Grant Kirkhope, Griffin Cohen
47:46 — The Signal (Civ. Beyond Earth) by Michael Curran, Geoff Knorr, Grant Kirkhope, Griffin Cohen
51:49 — Planetfall Ambient Late 2 (Civ. Beyond Earth) by Michael Curran, Geoff Knorr, Grant Kirkhope, Griffin Cohen
54:49 — Xeno Titan (Civ. Beyond Earth) by Michael Curran, Geoff Knorr, Grant Kirkhope, Griffin Cohen
01:03:33 — Dragon Racing (How To Train Your Dragon 2) by John Powell
01:14:06 — The Future of Mankind (Civ. Beyond Earth) by Geoff Knorr
01:17:38 — Flying With Mother (How To Train Your Dragon 2) by John Powell
01:17:38 — Naoki Sato Suite - Arranged by Richard Buxton
01:17:38 — Son of Batman (Son of Batman) by Frederik Wiedmann
01:36:35 — A New Beginning (Civ. Beyond Earth) by Geoff Knorr
01:40:18 — Maleficent Flies (Maleficent) by James Newton Howard
01:46:24 — Opening Titles (Monuments Men) by Alexandre Desplat
01:50:43 — Two New Alphas (How To Train Your Dragon 2) by John Powell
01:50:43 — Should I know You? (How To Train Your Dragon 2) by John Powell


Notes:

Special thanks to:  Albert Tello (Costa Communications), Laura Engel (Kraft/Engel), Maria Klienmann (Walt Disney Music),  Dan Berry (Gorfaine Schwartz Agency)



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