Exclusive! Download our free interview with Millennium composer Mark Snow!

Many of you have already spotted this download or seen the promo on Twitter. We felt we'd give Michael Perry's awesome written interview a day's grace before promoting this fantastic little contribution to the campaign from the wonderful, talented Mark Snow!

Millennium Group Sessions Special 02:
The Sound of Snow

BacktoFrankBlack: The Millennium Group Sessions, hosted by Troy Foreman and co-hosted by Jim McLean is now available for free download via our website AND on ITunes!
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BacktoFrankBlack: Millennium Group Sessions Special 02 - The Sound of Snow

In this special episode of the Millennium Group Sessions, Troy and Jim are proud and privledged to interview Millennium composer Mark Snow, who takes this opportunity to tell you dear listeners about his life, his work and his deep personal love for Millennium. He would very much like to see Millennium come back!

This free podcast is available on a fortnightly basis via ITUNES and BacktoFrankBlack.com. We'll naturally update you all on information on the podcast from this blog as well.

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10 Responses to "Exclusive! Download our free interview with Millennium composer Mark Snow!"

Jósef K. said... July 14, 2009 at 9:27 AM

I listened to it yesterday after I got home from work. Again, fantastic!

You guys are getting the scoops!

The things I've heard and read from your interviews surpasses the extras on the Millennium boxsets. But that is because of the intimate atmosphere you manage to create with your rapport.

Excellent podcast, I wish I had a DeLorian so I could go to next Sunday :D

Don't be dark!
Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

RSWehman said... July 14, 2009 at 11:11 AM

I have listened to this podcast twice now...well worth the time. Excellent interview with Mark Snow. Keep up the good work.

Rhonda Wehman

PS: I watched the B2FB videos created by Josef K....Excellent work!

Spooktalklaura said... July 15, 2009 at 10:00 AM

I very much enjoyed this podcast! Had fun listening to it! :) Mark Snow sounds like a very cool guy! :) Good Job Guys!

Russ said... July 20, 2009 at 12:59 AM

Some more (fairly loquacious) feedback...

The longer and relaxed formats of the interviews you hold are a great service to the fans by letting the guests take their time and provide a much more complete picture than most other outlets, such as NPR, media magazines, etc.

Some of the interviews, such as with Austin Basile almost have a "This American Life" feel to it, without the pretension.

Interviewing guest actor's like Michael Buie was a terrific decision. Even though his time spent on the show was not extensive as the main cast, his unique perspective and (like Mr. Basile) other life stories made for great radio.

Mr. Bell was possibly my favorite interview so far (although all were great... and believe it or not, there is no intentional pandering in the preceding sentences). Perhaps he might be willing to come back for a follow up as the campaign progresses further? (Although, I'd support repeats from everyone so far.)

This recent interview with Mr. Snow was no exception. It was tremendously entertaining and worth listening to twice.

All of the interviews have been fantastic to date (i.e, Ms. Scott). I really appreciate the casual/friendly/humorous tone of the show and think you both (Troy and Jim) are doing a fantastic job. I listen to a fair amount of podcasts throughout the week, but BacktoFrankBlack is the one I look forward to the most. The podcast page is checked throughout the week, just in case...

Thank you again for all of the hard work and providing us fans with such great stuff.

(P.S., for some reason I can't get the word verification letters to load in Firefox. Perhaps that is deterring some comments? Or, since most people probably surpass my level of competence... )

RSWehman said... July 20, 2009 at 11:03 AM

I had a problem getting the verification letters to load as well. Have you tried updating your Java to 6? That fixed my problem... Just a thought...Good Luck.

Rhonda Wehman

Anonymous said... July 27, 2009 at 3:17 AM

This was such a great Podcast, I'm a huge fan of Mark Snow and he was such a lovely, humble guest, the guy is a legend, this episode was a keeper, archived now to cd, fantastic interview btw, I'm now a James/Troy fan too !! you guys are just perfect at this I love the way you give the guests room to talk and as a result they seem to really go in depth in their answers etc, keep up the great work you're both doing, I'm so pleased there is a podcast dedicated to one of my favorite all time tv shows, Millennium & Space Above and Beyond, my all time favs.

Anonymous said... August 10, 2009 at 8:44 PM

I was really happy to hear Mark on your pod cast. I truly feel that both Millennium and X-Files were great shows due to the combination of the very talented people involved. Mark of course being one of them. The moods and textures his music brought to the productions was so awesome. I am still interested in his work on Ghost Whisperer and hope to hear him do something for 1013 Productions again soon.

Keep up the amazing listening pleasures!

The Old Man said... August 15, 2009 at 5:38 AM

I managed to catch up with Mark Snow's podcast interview this morning and it was excellent and thoroughly enjoyable!

This interview was incredibly informative and I loved the way you were quite happy to let Mark talk unhindered (as with all your guests so far), and it was great to hear him realise he had been getting nostalgic and thanked you for that.

One of the most talented individuals on the planet, his musical gift defined Millennium perfectly. If there is ever a Millennium movie (please God!), it would be a crime of monumental proportions not to have Mark along to compose the soundtrack.

Please bring Mark back for a second and perhaps even third time to discuss some of the fantastic themes he wrote for my favourite episodes, including Midnight of the Century and The Curse of Frank Black!

Its almost a criminal shame that Mark has no official website (hint hint!).

TN Kramer said... August 15, 2009 at 7:16 AM

This was another great interview for Millennium and X-Files fans. Mark Snow really is a music genious. I still enjoy every second of his soundtracks, especially last year's IWTB and Millennium release. Can't wait for the 4-disc X-Files set next July.

Sean Stubblefield said... August 16, 2009 at 5:37 PM

I adore the music of Mark Snow-- especially on Millennium. I have several of his CDs and always get excited when i see his name in the credits of TV shows. I have a TV series concept i'd love to do, and he is the only composer I ever had in mind if it ever got produced.
it amazing-- but not exactly surprising that so many people involved in making Millennium not only think so highly of it, want want a return. I really enjoyed the Snow interview.
i'm impressed with the quality, respectable material you guys provide on this site.

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