HBO’s Sharp Objects Finale Features Led Zeppelin’s “In The Evening”

HBO’s new Southern Gothic psychological thriller mini-series event Sharp Objects concluded last night with a shocking twist ending. The acclaimed show starring Golden Globe winner and five-time Academy Award nominee Amy Adams featured an incredible, eclectic soundtrack featuring intense instrumentals, indie music artists, and rock legends like Led Zeppelin, Steve Miller, Sylvian Esso, and The Acid. In the series finale, Zeppelin’s late-era hit ‘In The Evening’ is heard over the closing credits, giving weight to the final moments of the series. The track which is the lead song from 1979’s In Through The Out Door (Atlantic) was actually teased several times earlier in the series. Check out this Spotify playlist for the show, perhaps hinting at an album release similar to other HBO shows like Game Of Thrones and Westworld. Continue reading

HBO’s New “Sharp Objects” Mini-Series Features Led Zeppelin, Steve Miller

HBO’s new Southern Gothic psychological thriller and mini-series event Sharp Objects features an incredible, eclectic soundtrack featuring intense instrumentals, indie music artists, and rock legends like Led Zeppelin and Steve Miller. From Sylvian Esso and The Acid’s lucid ethereal obtuse sounds, to lead character Camille Preaker (played by Golden Globe winner Amy Adams) and her broken iPod Classic Zeppelin playlist on repeat of Led Zepplin II and Led Zeppelin III classics such as ‘I Can’t Quit You Baby’, ‘Thank You’, and ‘What Is And Should Never Be’ among others, the music has almost acted as an extra character in the show. Suspensful, incredibly filmed, well-written, and a great performance from Adams in the lead role, the show has been amazing so far in the two episodes that have aired. Check out this Spotify playlist for the show, hopefully, a portend of a release similar to other HBO shows like Game Of Thrones and Westworld. Continue reading