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Bruce Broughton - Composing and Orchestrating Films vs. Concerts
03:18:29

Bruce Broughton - Composing and Orchestrating Films vs. Concerts

ASMAC Premier Master Class – recorded March 27, 2021 Bruce Broughton, shares insights from his successful career on the small screen, the silver screen and the concert stage alike. Topics covered will include composing and orchestrating music for film vs. concert music with examples of music scores and recordings. Bruce Broughton is best known for film scores such as Silverado, Tombstone, The Rescuers Down Under, The Presidio, Miracle on 34th Street, Homeward Bound, and Harry and the Hendersons; his television themes to The Orville, JAG, Dinosaurs, and Tiny Toon Adventures; TV mini-series and movies (The Blue and Gray, Warm Springs, O Pioneers!); as well as countless episodes of TV series such as Dallas, Quincy and Hawaii Five-O. He has been nominated for an Oscar, a Grammy, and twenty-three Emmys, having won the latter award ten times. He has composed music for many of the Disney theme park attractions throughout the world, as well as the first orchestral score for a game, Heart of Darkness. In 2020, he released an album of arrangements for Seth MacFarlane, Great Songs from Stage and Screen. Broughton’s concert music includes numerous works for orchestra, symphonic winds, and chamber groups, commissioned and performed by ensembles such as the Chicago Symphony, the Cleveland Orchestra, and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. A Board member of ASCAP, he has served as chair of the Music Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and has served as a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Board. He is a past president of The Society of Composers and Lyricists and has been a taught music composition and orchestration at both USC and UCLA. He is currently composer-in-residence at the University of North Texas.
Sammy Nestico - The Complete Arranger Part 1
02:16:30
Kim Richmond – Advanced Big Band Arranging
03:15:10

Kim Richmond – Advanced Big Band Arranging

Part two of Kim's big band series, featuring guests JIM McNEELY, SCOTT HEALY and KEVIN VAN DEN ELZEN These are some of the topics covered in this class: * Review of basics, including sounds of the sections, voicing rules, transparency, form * Textural and unusual voicing devices * Harmonic devices, including parallelisms, pedals, chord choices, intros and endings Jim McNeely was born in Chicago, moving to New York City in 1975. In 1978 he joined the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra. He spent six years as a featured soloist with that band and its successor, Mel Lewis and the Jazz Orchestra (now The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra). 1981 saw the beginning of Jim’s 4-year tenure as pianist/composer with the Stan Getz Quartet. From 1990 until 1995 he held the piano chair in the Phil Woods Quintet. At the present time, he leads his own tentet, his own trio, and he appears as soloist at concerts and festivals worldwide. Jim’s reputation as composer/arranger and conductor for large jazz bands continues to flourish, and has earned him ten Grammy nominations. In 1996 he re-joined The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra as pianist and Composer-in Residence. He is also chief conductor of the Frankfurt Radio Big Band, where he has collaborated on projects with great artists such as Dave Holland, John Scofield, Luciana Souza, Branford Marsalis, Dave Douglas, Ambrose Akinmusire, and many others. Other recent work includes projects with the Danish Radio Big Band (where he was chief conductor for five years), the Metropole Orchestra (Netherlands), the Swiss Jazz Orchestra, and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra. The New York Times has called his writing “exhilarating”; DownBeat has said that his music is “eloquent enough to be profound”. And he won a Grammy for his work on the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra’s “Monday Night Live at the Village Vanguard” on Planet Arts Records. Jim has appeared as sideman on numerous recordings led by major artists such as Thad Jones, Mel Lewis, Stan Getz, Bob Brookmeyer, and Phil Woods. He has numerous albums under his own name. The latest is the Grammy-nominated “Barefoot Dances and Other Visions”, with the Frankfurt Radio Big Band on the Planet Arts label (“a powerful suite…superb…demonstrates a feeling for arranging orchestral colors that is magical”—All About Jazz.com) Teaching is also an important element of Jim’s work. He is on the faculty of Manhattan School of Music. He was involved with the BMI Jazz Composers Workshop for 24 years, including 16 years as musical director. He has appeared at numerous college jazz festivals in the U.S. as performer and clinician. He has also done clinics and major residencies at dozens of institutions in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Japan, China, Australia, New Zealand, and Egypt. Kim Richmond is an active and versatile musician based in the Los Angeles area. His first love is jazz, and his primary jazz voice is the alto saxophone. He has, however, been involved in nearly every facet of the professional music industry, both as a player and as a composer/arranger. His instruments are alto, soprano, tenor and baritone saxes, clarinet, bass clarinet, and flutes. Kim has been a member of the orchestras of Stan Kenton, Louis Bellson, Bob Florence, Bill Holman, and Vinny Golia among others. His own Kim Richmond Concert Jazz Orchestra is a workshop for his writing, conducting and leading. His Ensemble (sextet) is a platform for more free-form expression and improvsation with the members playing and Kim's writing being the key factors. His current group is The KIM-PROJECT, co-led with vocalist Kimberly Ford, and is a tribute to the music of Herbie Hancock and Joni Mitchill. Kim is also a consummate educator. He was for 12 years an adjunct professor in the Jazz Studies department of University of Southern California (teaching combos, composition and saxophone), and does numerous jazz camps and clinics in the Spring and Summer of each year. He is on staff at many of the Jim Widner Summer Jazz Camps, and is involved in running the Northwoods Jazz Camp for grown-ups and the Santa Barbara Jazz Workshop (with co-director Kimberly Ford). He most recently was an instructor in the Jazz Department of California Institute of the Arts, and at California State University, Fullerton. For many years Kim served as Music Director for Los Angeles Music Center's Spotlight Awards, where he directed his orchestra and did arrangements for young students' performances. Kim is a past-President of ASMAC (American Society of Music Arrangers and Composers), which provides masterclasses and avenues of learning for all interested. Whatever his mode of expression, be it instrumental performance, composition, arranging and conducting, KIM RICHMOND is striving to express a uniquely original voice, combining his extensive experience with the new sounds of our evolving musical world. Kim is a Selmer artist and endorses all Selmer saxophones and other woodwinds. He is also a Vandoren artist, and uses Vandoren reeds, mouthpieces and other accessories. In spite of his busy schedule in the professional music world, KIM RICHMOND enjoys keeping in touch with the educational music field by serving as guest lecturer, conductor and guest soloist at college music festivals and workshops around the country. Composer, arranger and pianist Sylvester Rivers has recorded with numerous hit artists including Lionel Richie, Diana Ross, The Jacksons, Sammy Davis, Jr., Dionne Warwick, Nancy Wilson, Kenny Rogers, Johnny Mathis, Aretha Franklin, New Edition, Smokey Robinson, The Temptations, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Barry White, Marc Bolan & T. Rex, Ray Parker, Jr. & Raydio, Deniece Williams, The Fifth Dimension and many others. Composing, arranging and orchestrating for television and film, as well, such as the television series Fame, songs for the Kevin Bacon/Laurence Fishburne film Quicksilver, Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo, The Arsenio Hall Show and numerous others, he has been prolific in producing music throughout a wide spectrum.

NEW AND FEATURED ASMAC MASTERCLASS VIDEOS

Sammy Nestico - The Complete Arranger Part 1
02:16:30
Kim Richmond – Advanced Big Band Arranging
03:15:10

Kim Richmond – Advanced Big Band Arranging

Part two of Kim's big band series, featuring guests JIM McNEELY, SCOTT HEALY and KEVIN VAN DEN ELZEN These are some of the topics covered in this class: * Review of basics, including sounds of the sections, voicing rules, transparency, form * Textural and unusual voicing devices * Harmonic devices, including parallelisms, pedals, chord choices, intros and endings Jim McNeely was born in Chicago, moving to New York City in 1975. In 1978 he joined the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra. He spent six years as a featured soloist with that band and its successor, Mel Lewis and the Jazz Orchestra (now The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra). 1981 saw the beginning of Jim’s 4-year tenure as pianist/composer with the Stan Getz Quartet. From 1990 until 1995 he held the piano chair in the Phil Woods Quintet. At the present time, he leads his own tentet, his own trio, and he appears as soloist at concerts and festivals worldwide. Jim’s reputation as composer/arranger and conductor for large jazz bands continues to flourish, and has earned him ten Grammy nominations. In 1996 he re-joined The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra as pianist and Composer-in Residence. He is also chief conductor of the Frankfurt Radio Big Band, where he has collaborated on projects with great artists such as Dave Holland, John Scofield, Luciana Souza, Branford Marsalis, Dave Douglas, Ambrose Akinmusire, and many others. Other recent work includes projects with the Danish Radio Big Band (where he was chief conductor for five years), the Metropole Orchestra (Netherlands), the Swiss Jazz Orchestra, and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra. The New York Times has called his writing “exhilarating”; DownBeat has said that his music is “eloquent enough to be profound”. And he won a Grammy for his work on the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra’s “Monday Night Live at the Village Vanguard” on Planet Arts Records. Jim has appeared as sideman on numerous recordings led by major artists such as Thad Jones, Mel Lewis, Stan Getz, Bob Brookmeyer, and Phil Woods. He has numerous albums under his own name. The latest is the Grammy-nominated “Barefoot Dances and Other Visions”, with the Frankfurt Radio Big Band on the Planet Arts label (“a powerful suite…superb…demonstrates a feeling for arranging orchestral colors that is magical”—All About Jazz.com) Teaching is also an important element of Jim’s work. He is on the faculty of Manhattan School of Music. He was involved with the BMI Jazz Composers Workshop for 24 years, including 16 years as musical director. He has appeared at numerous college jazz festivals in the U.S. as performer and clinician. He has also done clinics and major residencies at dozens of institutions in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Japan, China, Australia, New Zealand, and Egypt. Kim Richmond is an active and versatile musician based in the Los Angeles area. His first love is jazz, and his primary jazz voice is the alto saxophone. He has, however, been involved in nearly every facet of the professional music industry, both as a player and as a composer/arranger. His instruments are alto, soprano, tenor and baritone saxes, clarinet, bass clarinet, and flutes. Kim has been a member of the orchestras of Stan Kenton, Louis Bellson, Bob Florence, Bill Holman, and Vinny Golia among others. His own Kim Richmond Concert Jazz Orchestra is a workshop for his writing, conducting and leading. His Ensemble (sextet) is a platform for more free-form expression and improvsation with the members playing and Kim's writing being the key factors. His current group is The KIM-PROJECT, co-led with vocalist Kimberly Ford, and is a tribute to the music of Herbie Hancock and Joni Mitchill. Kim is also a consummate educator. He was for 12 years an adjunct professor in the Jazz Studies department of University of Southern California (teaching combos, composition and saxophone), and does numerous jazz camps and clinics in the Spring and Summer of each year. He is on staff at many of the Jim Widner Summer Jazz Camps, and is involved in running the Northwoods Jazz Camp for grown-ups and the Santa Barbara Jazz Workshop (with co-director Kimberly Ford). He most recently was an instructor in the Jazz Department of California Institute of the Arts, and at California State University, Fullerton. For many years Kim served as Music Director for Los Angeles Music Center's Spotlight Awards, where he directed his orchestra and did arrangements for young students' performances. Kim is a past-President of ASMAC (American Society of Music Arrangers and Composers), which provides masterclasses and avenues of learning for all interested. Whatever his mode of expression, be it instrumental performance, composition, arranging and conducting, KIM RICHMOND is striving to express a uniquely original voice, combining his extensive experience with the new sounds of our evolving musical world. Kim is a Selmer artist and endorses all Selmer saxophones and other woodwinds. He is also a Vandoren artist, and uses Vandoren reeds, mouthpieces and other accessories. In spite of his busy schedule in the professional music world, KIM RICHMOND enjoys keeping in touch with the educational music field by serving as guest lecturer, conductor and guest soloist at college music festivals and workshops around the country. Composer, arranger and pianist Sylvester Rivers has recorded with numerous hit artists including Lionel Richie, Diana Ross, The Jacksons, Sammy Davis, Jr., Dionne Warwick, Nancy Wilson, Kenny Rogers, Johnny Mathis, Aretha Franklin, New Edition, Smokey Robinson, The Temptations, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Barry White, Marc Bolan & T. Rex, Ray Parker, Jr. & Raydio, Deniece Williams, The Fifth Dimension and many others. Composing, arranging and orchestrating for television and film, as well, such as the television series Fame, songs for the Kevin Bacon/Laurence Fishburne film Quicksilver, Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo, The Arsenio Hall Show and numerous others, he has been prolific in producing music throughout a wide spectrum.
Gordon Goodwin - Jazz Arranging Part 1
01:02:02

Gordon Goodwin - Jazz Arranging Part 1

“Whenever I hear your music, I get the sudden urge to retire!” That’s what legendary Jazz arranger Sammy Nestico once said to our featured guest: Gordon Goodwin, GRAMMY-winning arranger, composer, musician and last but definitely not least, founder of Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band. In this first first of two parts, Gordon takes you on an exhilarating journey through the world of arranging for Big Band. Specifically, he recounts and analyzes the arrangements for his Big Phat Band around the re-recordings of existing tracks by Art Tatum and Oscar Peterson. Discover how Gordon placed the instruments around the piano as to not intrude upon the Jazz giants’ work, how his live performance once brightened the day of Tatum’s widow who had been suffering from dementia, and which of his instruments he would save from a fire (and which other instruments are not so lucky). Hear him play tenor sax as well as piano and share the most important lessons he learned in his long and colorful career—lessons that, he acknowledges, have had a lasting effect on him as an arranger, a business owner and a human being. Goodwin’s ability to combine jazz excellence with any musical style makes his writing appealing to fans across the spectrum. That’s why both beboppers and headbangers dig Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band. The keyboardist and woodwind player has built a larger-than-life reputation throughout the music industry for his composing, arranging and playing skills. Ray Charles, Christina Aguilera, Johnny Mathis, Toni Braxton, John Williams, Natalie Cole, David Foster, Sarah Vaughan, Mel Tormé, Brian McKnight and Quincy Jones are just a few of the artists who sought out his multi-hyphenate skills. The GRAMMY winner has also conducted world-renowned symphony orchestras in Atlanta, Dallas, Utah, Seattle, Toronto and London. His cinematic scoring and orchestration craft can be heard on such films as The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Escape to Witch Mountain, Get Smart, Glory Road, National Treasure, The Incredibles, Remember the Titans, Armageddon, The Majestic, Con Air, Gone In 60 Seconds, Enemy of the State, Star Trek Nemesis and even the cult classic Attack of the Killer Tomatoes. Goodwin’s soundtrack to Bah HumDuck! – a wacky Looney Tunes riff on the classic A Christmas Carol – also features the Big Phat Band’s patented sound.
Bruce Broughton - Composing and Orchestrating Films vs. Concerts
03:18:29

Bruce Broughton - Composing and Orchestrating Films vs. Concerts

ASMAC Premier Master Class – recorded March 27, 2021 Bruce Broughton, shares insights from his successful career on the small screen, the silver screen and the concert stage alike. Topics covered will include composing and orchestrating music for film vs. concert music with examples of music scores and recordings. Bruce Broughton is best known for film scores such as Silverado, Tombstone, The Rescuers Down Under, The Presidio, Miracle on 34th Street, Homeward Bound, and Harry and the Hendersons; his television themes to The Orville, JAG, Dinosaurs, and Tiny Toon Adventures; TV mini-series and movies (The Blue and Gray, Warm Springs, O Pioneers!); as well as countless episodes of TV series such as Dallas, Quincy and Hawaii Five-O. He has been nominated for an Oscar, a Grammy, and twenty-three Emmys, having won the latter award ten times. He has composed music for many of the Disney theme park attractions throughout the world, as well as the first orchestral score for a game, Heart of Darkness. In 2020, he released an album of arrangements for Seth MacFarlane, Great Songs from Stage and Screen. Broughton’s concert music includes numerous works for orchestra, symphonic winds, and chamber groups, commissioned and performed by ensembles such as the Chicago Symphony, the Cleveland Orchestra, and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. A Board member of ASCAP, he has served as chair of the Music Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and has served as a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Board. He is a past president of The Society of Composers and Lyricists and has been a taught music composition and orchestration at both USC and UCLA. He is currently composer-in-residence at the University of North Texas.
Alex Wurman - Deep Dive Into Theme, Variations and Delivery
02:16:49

Alex Wurman - Deep Dive Into Theme, Variations and Delivery

Deep Dive Into Theme, Variations and Delivery ASMAC International Masterclass Online Series from June 13th, 2020 featuring composer Alex Wurman, moderated by Sylvester Rivers. ● Chord by chord and phrase by phrase, Alex deconstructs his favorite theme from the EPIX original show, Perpetual Grace LTD (starring Jimmi Simpson, Ben Kingsley, Jacki Weaver). ● Using the final mix ProTools session from the show, Alex demonstrates his approach to writing the theme and how he writes thematic material that can be used in many different ways. ● A deep dive into Alex's process, which is a hybrid of traditional composition and contemporary recording techniques. ALEX WURMAN EMMY® Award-winning composer Alex Wurman is highly versatile with a broad musical palette. He is able to work with directors in many different genres. Whether writing critically-acclaimed music for an Oscar®-winning film, supporting comedy with musical punctuation for box office giants, or capturing the essence of brainy ideas for indie films, Wurman traverses the film-score landscape with ease. This is exemplified by his eerie piano melodies of Confessions of A Dangerous Mind, groovy ’70’s themes for Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, contemporary interpretations of French impressionism for Thirteen Conversations About One Thing, and soulful melodies combined with ethereal orchestrations for March of the Penguins. Most recently, Alex scored Perpetual Grace LTD starring Sir Ben Kingsley and Jimmi Simpson, and Between Two Ferns The Movie, starring Zach Galifianakis. SYLVESTER RIVERS Composer, arranger and pianist Sylvester Rivers has recorded with numerous hit artists including Lionel Richie, Diana Ross, The Jacksons, Sammy Davis, Jr., Dionne Warwick, Nancy Wilson, Kenny Rogers, Johnny Mathis, Aretha Franklin, New Edition, Smokey Robinson, The Temptations, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Barry White, Marc Bolan & T. Rex, Ray Parker, Jr. & Raydio, Deniece Williams, The Fifth Dimension and many others. Composing, arranging and orchestrating for television and film, as well, such as the television series, “Fame,” songs for the Kevin Bacon/ Laurence Fishburne film, “Quicksilver,” “Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo,” “The Arsenio Hall Show” and numerous others, he has been prolific in producing music throughout a wide spectrum.
Conrad Pope - The Craft of Orchestration 1930 to Now
02:28:28

Conrad Pope - The Craft of Orchestration 1930 to Now

Join us for a fantastic journey with a legend, Conrad Pope, the premier orchestrator in Hollywood and an award-winning composer. In this classic 2012 ASMAC Master Class hosted by Ira Hearshen, Conrad Pope presents a historical look at music orchestration for films. Conrad has worked on virtually every style of production, from the Harry Potter series and Star Trek, to Pirates of the Caribbean and Marilyn Monroe films. He goes into deep detail working as an orchestrator in Hollywood, and does a deep dive into specific cues of composers such as John Williams and Alexander Desplat. The tidbits of life and rich anecdotes from musical Hollywood are endless in this 2 ½ hour masterclass. About Conrad Pope: Among his peers, Award-winning composer Conrad Pope is not only regarded as a "musician's musician," but he is recognized as an imaginative musical dramatist, able to contribute a meaningful dimension to a film's story. Pope's passionate commitment to telling a film's story with persuasive and compelling music has made him one of the most "in demand" scoring professionals. He was Supervising Orchestrator and Co-Producer for the scores to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Parts I and II. Such canny composers as John Williams, Alexandre Desplat, James Newton Howard, Jerry Goldsmith, James Horner, Alan Silvestri, Danny Elfman, John Powell, Hans Zimmer, and Mark Isham have all called upon his gifts as an arranger, orchestrator and conductor. He has contributed to more than a hundred movies. He has worked on films of every genre and budget, making scores that “work" in almost every style. This "in the trenches" music making, working side by side with Hollywood's top professionals---including Joe Johnston and Walter Murch on Universal's The Wolfman, Scott Hicks on No Reservations and Gary Ross on Seabiscuit--has honed his ability to see films as a filmmaker does. It is Conrad's unique work experience and dramatic perspective that has made him a valuable collaborator, able to effectively and concretely communicate with a director about the contribution music can make to their film. Conrad's musical qualifications are rare in today's Hollywood. Classically trained at some of the world's finest music conservatories, he arrived in Hollywood with abilities to recreate with uncanny precision different styles of music. This talent was immediately seized upon by the industry's top musical professionals, leading to many arranging assignments of "source music" for diverse films, guiding him, ultimately, to the orchestrating and "ghost writing" of many major motion pictures. Today, few music professionals are as esteemed as Conrad for his first-hand, comprehensive command of the many facets of film scoring and, his reputation for consistently delivering "the goods." The iconic hits and contemporary classic films Pope has contributed to are too numerous to list. A small sampling includes: the most recent installments of the Star Wars films (The Phantom Menace, The Attack of the Clones, The Revenge of the Sith) the Harry Potter series, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Trek X, the Matrix films. Memoirs of a Geisha, Julie and Julia, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, A Christmas Carol and The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn.
 Among the awards his work has received are the prestigious Leonard Bernstein Fellowship and Fulbright Fellowship, while grants include: the New York State Arts Council, the MacDowell Foundation, the Alice Ditson Foundation, the Massachusetts Artists Foundation, the Whiting Foundation and Meet the Composer. Pope was also awarded First Prize by the Pacific Composers Forum Composition Competition.
Gordon Goodwin - Jazz Arranging Part 2
01:13:59

Gordon Goodwin - Jazz Arranging Part 2

“Whenever I hear your music, I get the sudden urge to retire!” That’s what legendary Jazz arranger Sammy Nestico once said to our featured guest: Gordon Goodwin, GRAMMY-winning arranger, composer, musician and last but definitely not least, founder of Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band. In this first first of two parts, Gordon takes you on an exhilarating journey through the world of arranging for Big Band. Specifically, he recounts and analyzes the arrangements for his Big Phat Band around the re-recordings of existing tracks by Art Tatum and Oscar Peterson. Discover how Gordon placed the instruments around the piano as to not intrude upon the Jazz giants’ work, how his live performance once brightened the day of Tatum’s widow who had been suffering from dementia, and which of his instruments he would save from a fire (and which other instruments are not so lucky). Hear him play tenor sax as well as piano and share the most important lessons he learned in his long and colorful career—lessons that, he acknowledges, have had a lasting effect on him as an arranger, a business owner and a human being. Goodwin’s ability to combine jazz excellence with any musical style makes his writing appealing to fans across the spectrum. That’s why both beboppers and headbangers dig Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band. The keyboardist and woodwind player has built a larger-than-life reputation throughout the music industry for his composing, arranging and playing skills. Ray Charles, Christina Aguilera, Johnny Mathis, Toni Braxton, John Williams, Natalie Cole, David Foster, Sarah Vaughan, Mel Tormé, Brian McKnight and Quincy Jones are just a few of the artists who sought out his multi-hyphenate skills. The GRAMMY winner has also conducted world-renowned symphony orchestras in Atlanta, Dallas, Utah, Seattle, Toronto and London. His cinematic scoring and orchestration craft can be heard on such films as The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Escape to Witch Mountain, Get Smart, Glory Road, National Treasure, The Incredibles, Remember the Titans, Armageddon, The Majestic, Con Air, Gone In 60 Seconds, Enemy of the State, Star Trek Nemesis and even the cult classic Attack of the Killer Tomatoes. Goodwin’s soundtrack to Bah HumDuck! – a wacky Looney Tunes riff on the classic A Christmas Carol – also features the Big Phat Band’s patented sound.
 

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