“English film composer David Arnold, known for scoring James Bond films and ‘Sherlock’ TV series chooses his Tracks of My Years.”
The segment in today’s podcast (23 March) begins a little after 2hr 9min, with David’s first two choices of music and an interview in the middle.
He’ll be on the show with some more musical picks tomorrow and other days this week – see the schedule below for more information. I suspect that his choices will eventually make their way onto this playlist page too, possibly once the week is over.
Tracks of my years: David Arnold
- 23 March
- 24 March
- 25 March – didn’t find a link so assuming it’s a four day feature (but will keep checking just in case I missed it!)
- 26 March
- 27 March
David will also be performing his own music, with a great big orchestra, at the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester in a few weeks – if you’re nearby don’t miss this. I realise that as a fan I’m likely to be excited about his musical activities but an awful lot of people agree with me (have a look at the reviews of his London concert last year and the enthusiastic tweets about his Dublin concert in January this year). See? Exactly 🙂 Give us a D… Give us an A… etc *pom poms*
If you can’t get to Manchester there are some concerts in other English cities in April and June and see this post for an announcement about some musical soundtrack releases (hint: Sherlock on vinyl and Made in Dagenham original cast recording).