To All the Boys: Always and Forever

I produced one song for the soundtrack of Netflix’s To All the Boys: Always and Forever, which released today on the streaming service. The featured song is All Right Now, a 1970 classic rock track by the English rock band Free. The twist on this production is that it needed to be a high school marching band cover version. So that’s me you hear, busting out my old high school trumpet and trombone, to nail those parts. That, plus some added marching snares and percussion. Once in the film, the scene is an homage to the 80’s classic Say Anything, complete with the boom box (iPhone) held over the head, outside the bedroom window.

This movie contains nearly fifty songs within its two-hour length, many of them classics from the past. The film was brilliantly supervised by Laura Webb and Lindsay Wolfington. For more details on the rest of the soundtrack, check this Screenrant article or this Popbuzz article.

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ICYMI: 1 of my most popular #choral arrs ever is this SAB of Pierre Passereau's playful Il Est Bel Et Bon (16th century). Traditionally 4-part SATB, Perfect for emerging choirs to tackle vocal technique & part independence. #choir

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I think it’s safe to say when Instagram tries to launch their nth new feature copied from another rival platform, their chances of success now become 1/n.

An interesting comment in light of the fact that the work of millions of human creators has been vacuumed up by OpenAI without consent or compensation.

Happy birthday to this dude (@aaronscottlazar) who is working on a project of a lifetime in the middle of a battle of a lifetime and is making everyone stronger for it. Thank you for being in my life bro and so glad we get to make some magical music together. @youralsnetwork

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