Winning Slowly

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episode 9: 3.09: Many Beautiful Things


In which we spend some time talking with Ryan O’Neal of Sleeping at Last about his soundtrack for the film Many Beautiful Things, and then branch out to discuss business and distribution models for artists in the 21st century.
Links

  • Many Beautiful Things:
    • The score
      • Stream it
    • The documentary about Lilias Trotter
      • trailer
  • Sleeping at Last
    • on television
    • Kid President
    • Notes on making “Mercury”
    • Yearbook
      • Box set
      • iTunes
    • Atlas: Year One
    • Atlas: Year Two subscription
  • Hans Zimmer
    • The Buggles
  • Rotten Tomatoes
  • Previously on the show:
    • 2.11: Encoding Quality: Potato
    • 0.11: Only Acceptable Cream Cheese
Before You Go
  • Charity water:
    • Overview
    • Ryan’s campaign
  • Narcos
Music
  • All music from Many Beautiful Things by Sleeping at Last. Used by permission. Go buy this fantastic album!
    • Intro: “Overture (Instrumental)”
    • 5:38–6:58: “Almost Idyllic”
    • 17:07–18:58: “Seeing”
    • 27:10–28:28: “Ill Equipped”
  • “Winning Slowly Theme” by Chris Krycho, who wishes he were cool enough to write 36 songs in a year.
Sponsors

Many thanks to the people who help us make this show possible by their financial support! This month’s sponsors:

  • Jeremy W. Sherman
  • Jeremy Cherfas
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