Plug-in, kick-back, and fall back into Autumn with this new release from the composer of “Mad Men”.
It includes the single “Bossa Sixteen” an upbeat Nu Bossa that’s plugged-in with electronics that’s driving the production. The album is built around a traditional a jazz sextet, but with plenty contemporary digital effects running throughout the album. Inspired by my love for great trumpet players, especially of the 60s and 70s such as Freddie Hubbard, Blue Mitchell, and Miles, “Back to One” features trumpeter Kye Palmer along with saxophonist Brian Scanlon.
Check out the whole album on today on your preferred streaming services by clicking the album cover to the right 👉
David Carbonara is the composer of the critically acclaimed series Mad Men, winner of multiple awards including three Golden Globes and four consecutive Emmys for Outstanding Drama Series, and multiply album releases. Recent releases include the album “Back to One” which includes singles: “Blues Orbit”, “Selling Me On…”; and the popular “Bossa Sixteen”. read more
The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe (Original Soundtrack Recording)
So there’s much talk of the latest Marilyn Monroe film hitting theaters this fall, “Blonde”, starring Ana de Armas, Adrien Brody and Bobby Cannavale. Which brought me to revisit my 2015 score to “The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe”, also based on a best-selling book, and is just about the same running time, 2:58 compared with the new film at 2:47. Although the earlier aired in two installments, it is still streaming, as is my score, which you can check out here!
I primarily recorded my soundtrack at Conway Recording Studios in Hollywood, CA on April 28th, and May 6th. However, the main title track, “I Want To Be Loved By You” performed by the fabulous Kelli Garner was recorded with the band at Capitol Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA on May 4th, 2015.
Orchestrations by Geoff Stradling
Additional music by Alex Ruger
Recorded and mixed by James T. Hill
The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe is a 2015 American drama miniseries based on The New York Times bestseller of the same name by J. Randy Taraborrelli. It first aired on Lifetime on May 30 and 31, 2015, and received mixed reviews. Brian Lowry of Variety writes, “What sets this latest rehash of the star’s existence apart, marginally, is a knockout performance by Kelli Garner and, to a lesser degree, Susan Sarandon’s turn as her mentally disturbed mother.” And Jordan Appugliesi of US Weekly seems surprised when he states, “Surprise! It’s Actually Good.” And Kelli’s “Marilyn” charmed most reviewers.
Series Main Cast:
Kelli Garner as Marilyn Monroe
Susan Sarandon as Gladys Pearl Baker, Marilyn’s mother
Emily Watson as Grace McKee, Marilyn’s foster mother, later called “aunt”
Jack Noseworthy as Alan DeShields, Marilyn’s therapist
Giacomo Gianniotti as Jimmy Dougherty, Marilyn’s first husband
Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Joe DiMaggio, Marilyn’s second husband
Stephen Bogaert as Arthur Miller, Marilyn’s third husband
Matthew Bennett as Whitey, Marilyn’s makeup artist
Embeth Davidtz as Natasha Lytess, Marilyn’s acting coach
Peter MacNeill as Mr. Schenck, Chairman of Fox Studios
Tony Nardi as Johnny Hyde, Marilyn’s agent
Barry Flatman as Mr. Zanuck, Studio Head of 20th Century Fox
Angela Vint as Patricia Newcomb, Marilyn’s publicist
Tamara Hickey as Patricia Kennedy Lawford
The two night mini-series was directed by Laurie Collyer.