Obscure Scores: Episode Three - Part 1


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OBSCURE SCORES WITH ROBERT DANIELS returns to CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO for the first time since April 2012. On this brand new episode you will hear music from two scores; A THOUSAND ACRES by Richard Hartley and BARABBAS by Mario Nascimbene. On part two (coming soon) you will hear music from A HANDFUL OF DUST by George Fenton, AN EYE FOR AN EYE by Marc Vaillo and SUPERSONIC MAN by Gino Peguri.

When Robert isn’t in search for obscure scores you can find him every Saturday morning from 12-2am (EST) on VISIONS IN SOUND at 98.5 FM in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada or at ckwr.com.

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Robert Daniels has spent the last 25 plus years working in various forms of media including TV as a Producer/Director/Editor, in Radio as a Music Director and Production Engineer, on the stage with Drayton Entertainment in “Twist and Shout” and “Legends Of Rock and Roll”.

Since 2000 Rob has been the host of a the movie, TV and video game soundtrack radio program VISIONS IN SOUND, which can be heard on FM 98.5 CKWR where he has also interviewed several composers including Howard Shore (The Lord Of The Rings), John Powell (Bourne Identity, How To Train Your Dragon), Lolita Ritmanis (Batman – The Animated Series, Batman: The Killing Joke) and several others.

In 2014 Rob also appeared briefly in The Asylum film “Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark”.

Rob currently works for FM 98.5 CKWR as their Production Engineer.

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