Five Favorites

Melodic Treks 99: Isn't That What the Second Season of Discovery is Called? by Brandon-Shea Mutala

Five Favorites with Zach Moore. We talk about Zach's five favorite tracks from the score to Star Trek III: The Search For Spock, composed by James Horner. We also discuss why this is his favorite Trek film, and, as always, we have a few tangents along the way.

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Melodic Treks 17: Hot Hands by Trek fm

Five Favorites.

We all have a piece of music from Star Trek that we love—an introduction, a battle scene, or a haunting melody that we listen to over and over again. And while learning more about composers and the inspirations for their music is fascinating, learning which pieces connect with a given fan is equally so. In this episode of Melodic Treks we do just that as we're joined by Matt Warwick, an avid supporter of the podcast who is also a big lover of movie and television music. Matt selects his five favorite Star Trek compositions and tells us why they mean so much to him. We also delve into his overall love of music, reaching all the way back to Glenn Miller and the big band sound.

Running Time: 48 minutes 22 seconds


Colin Higgins



Matt Warwick



Leaving Drydock (5:00)
McCarthy Conversion (12:24)
Hot Hands (18:01)
Ron Jones Rules (25:31)
Canamar (32:50)
Closing (40:01)


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