The Musician Behind Over 800 Film Soundtracks: George Doering

Do you know anyone who can say they played on both the Star Trek soundtrack and an Oasis album? Now you do: George Doering! Join John and George as they sit down and discuss breaking into the music industry in Los Angeles, working with film directors to discover the sound of a movie, and much more.

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George Doering

George Doering

Since 1978, Los Angeles studio veterans and multi-instrumentalist, George Doering has been recorded in more than 800 original movie scores.

Some of his credits include: Ghost on the Canvas by Glen Campbell, Genius Loves Company by Ray Charles, Mr. C by Norma Connors, Painted from Memory by Elvis Costello with Burt Bacharach, Earth Songs by John Denver, Primitive by Neil Diamond, Amore Infinito by Placido Domingo, Folklore by Nelly Furtado, Harry for the Holidays by Harry Connick Jr., It’s Your Night by James Ingram, Dynamite by Jermaine Jackson, Recollection by k.d. Lang, Looking Back With Love by Mike Love, Switch by Henry Mancini, I Wanna Do It With You by Barry Manilow, Muppet Beach Party by The Muppets, Juice by Juice Newton, Fool in Love With You by Jim Photoglo, Inamorata by Poco, So Excited! by The Pointer Sisters, Snake Bite Love by Zachary Richard, Duets by Linda Ronstadt, Pure Country by George Strait, Christmas Memories by Barbra Streisand, A Christmas Album by James Taylor, Street Fighter by Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, That’s Why Hollywood Loves Me by Geno Washington, Swing When You’re Winning by Robbie Williams, Storytone by Neil Young and the soundtracks of American Beauty, The Bourne Identity, Conspiracy Theory, Erin Brockovich, Jurassic Park, The Green Mile, Hoot, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, Out for Justice, Police Academy,  Seabiscuit, The Devil Wears Prada, Tootsie, The Village and xXx.