Tag Archives: 60s

The MOST Ep02 Now On Mixcloud

If you missed Episode 02, you can now access it on MixCloud!

Plan­ning a heist? How about a mur­der? Attend­ing a love-in? Or is your bik­er gang plan­ning an out­ing? Have we got the show for you!

Ded­i­cat­ed to crime, spy, sus­pense, exploita­tion, and psy­che­del­ic movie and tele­vi­sion sound­tracks from the 50s, the 60s and beyond, The MOST — Music from the Orig­i­nal Sound Track — is the best accom­pa­ni­ment for all your police-blot­ter high-jinks. Susan­nah, your host,  spins hard-to-find and vinyl sounds by some of the best com­posers in the crime-jazz busi­ness. Music so good – it’s criminal!

Episode 2 includes movies and TV series like Iron­side, Sus­piria, and Bell Book and Can­dle, and fea­tures com­posers includ­ing Quin­cy Jones, Hen­ry Manci­ni and George Duning.

It’s the MOST — Music from the Original Sound Track

Plan­ning a heist? How about a mur­der? Attend­ing a love-in? Or is your bik­er gang plan­ning an out­ing? Have we got the show for you!

Join your host Susan­nah, on Vir­tu­al Com­mu­ni­ty Radio, Sat­ur­day Decem­ber 4th, at 12:30pm and 4:30pm Pacif­ic Time – that’s 8:30pm and half past mid­night in the UK – for the sec­ond show in our month­ly series, The MOST – Music from the Orig­i­nal Sound Track. Ded­i­cat­ed to crime, spy, sus­pense, exploita­tion, and psy­che­del­ic movie and tele­vi­sion sound­tracks from the 50s, the 60s and beyond, The MOST is the best accom­pa­ni­ment for all your police-blot­ter high-jinks.

Susan­nah will be spin­ning sounds by some of the best com­posers in the crime-jazz busi­ness. Episode 2 of The MOST includes tracks by Quin­cy Jones, Hen­ry Manci­ni, George Dun­ing and oth­ers, and includes music from films like Iron­side, Mr Lucky, Sus­piria and Blac­u­la.

Tune in Sat­ur­day Decem­ber 4th at 12:30pm and 4:30pm Pacif­ic Time  for The MOST – Music from the Orig­i­nal Sound Track! On Vir­tu­al Com­mu­ni­ty Radio. Music so good – it’s criminal!

We’re run­ning a pro­gramme of movie and TV music — “Sat­ur­day At The Movies” —  to coin­cide with the lat­est episode of The MOST. And don’t miss the lat­est edi­tion of “Where Have You Been?” at noon and 4pm Pacific/SLT, and “Engines of Our Inge­nu­ity” every four hours from 4am.

The MOST Ep01 Now On Mixcloud

If you missed Episode 01, you can now access it on MixCloud!

Plan­ning a heist? How about a mur­der? Attend­ing a love-in? Or is your bik­er gang plan­ning an out­ing? Have we got the show for you!

Join Susan­nah on Vir­tu­al Com­mu­ni­ty Radio, the first Sat­ur­day every month, at 12:30pm and 4:30pm Pacif­ic Time – 8:30pm and 12:30am in the UK – for the month­ly series, The MOST – Music from the Orig­i­nal Sound Track.

Ded­i­cat­ed to crime, spy, sus­pense, exploita­tion, and psy­che­del­ic movie and tele­vi­sion sound­tracks from the 50s, the 60s and beyond, The MOST is the best accom­pa­ni­ment for all your police-blot­ter high-jinks. Susan­nah spins sounds by some of the best com­posers in the crime-jazz busi­ness. Music so good – it’s criminal!

Today, Nov 6: The MOST — Music from the Original Sound Track

Plan­ning a heist? How about a mur­der? Attend­ing a love-in? Or is your bik­er gang plan­ning an out­ing? Have we got the show for you!

Join your host Susan­nah, on Vir­tu­al Com­mu­ni­ty Radio, Sat­ur­day, Novem­ber 6th, at 12:30pm and 4:30pm Pacif­ic Time – for this week only, that’s 7:30pm and 11:30pm in the UK – for the first show in a new month­ly series, The MOST – Music from the Orig­i­nal Sound Track. Ded­i­cat­ed to crime, spy, sus­pense, exploita­tion, and psy­che­del­ic movie and tele­vi­sion sound­tracks from the 50s, the 60s and beyond, The MOST is the best accom­pa­ni­ment for all your police-blot­ter high-jinks.

Susan­nah will be spin­ning sounds by some of the best com­posers in the crime-jazz busi­ness. Like Lalo Schifren, John Bar­ry, Elmer Bern­stein, and Keny­on Hop­kins. You’ll hear music from great TV shows like The Man From Uncle, Stac­ca­to, and Man­nix – as well as cool movies, like Bul­litt, Mod­esty Blaise and, of course, the James Bond series.

Tune in Sat­ur­day Novem­ber 6th at 12:30pm and 4:30pm Pacif­ic Time – and after that, the first Sat­ur­day in the month at the same time – for The MOST – Music from the Orig­i­nal Sound Track! On Vir­tu­al Com­mu­ni­ty Radio. Music so good – it’s criminal!

We will be run­ning a pro­gramme of movie and TV music — “Sat­ur­day At The Movies” — on the first Sat­ur­day in the month, to coin­cide with new episodes of The MOST. And don’t miss the lat­est edi­tion of “Where Have You Been?” at noon and 4pm Pacific/SLT, and “Engines of Our Inge­nu­ity” every four hours from 4am.

Coming Nov 6: The MOST — Music from the Original Sound Track

Plan­ning a heist? How about a mur­der? Attend­ing a love-in? Or is your bik­er gang plan­ning an out­ing? Have we got the show for you!

Join your host Susan­nah, on Vir­tu­al Com­mu­ni­ty Radio, Sat­ur­day, Novem­ber 6th, at 12:30pm and 4:30pm Pacif­ic Time – for this week only, that’s 7:30pm and 11:30pm in the UK – for the first show in a new month­ly series, The MOST – Music from the Orig­i­nal Sound Track. Ded­i­cat­ed to crime, spy, sus­pense, exploita­tion, and psy­che­del­ic movie and tele­vi­sion sound­tracks from the 50s, the 60s and beyond, The MOST is the best accom­pa­ni­ment for all your police-blot­ter high-jinks.

Susan­nah will be spin­ning sounds by some of the best com­posers in the crime-jazz busi­ness. Like Lalo Schifren, John Bar­ry, Elmer Bern­stein, and Keny­on Hop­kins. You’ll hear music from great TV shows like The Man From Uncle, Stac­ca­to, and Man­nix – as well as cool movies, like Bul­litt, Mod­esty Blaise and, of course, the James Bond series.

Tune in Sat­ur­day Novem­ber 6th at 12:30pm and 4:30pm Pacif­ic Time – and after that, the first Sat­ur­day in the month at the same time – for The MOST – Music from the Orig­i­nal Sound Track! On Vir­tu­al Com­mu­ni­ty Radio. Music so good – it’s criminal!

We will be run­ning a pro­gramme of movie and TV music — “Sat­ur­day At The Movies” — on the first Sat­ur­day in the month, to coin­cide with new episodes of The MOST.