ramin djawadi


Months later, and I’m still obsessed with the Westworld version of “Paint It Black”

Since we’ve been talking about the Game of Thrones soundtrack (composed by Ramin Djawadi)/Jonerys themes, here are some of my favorite Jon and Dany music pieces from seasons 1-6. If you haven’t heard them before I highly suggest you listen to them because the music of Game of Thrones is stellar.

Season 1:
Goodbye Brother (Jon)
Love in the Eyes (Dany)
Jon’s Honor (Jon)
The Night’s Watch (Jon)
Finale (Dany)

Season 2:
Mother of Dragons (Dany)

Season 3:
Dracarys (Dany)
You Know Nothing (Jon)
Wall of Ice (Jon)
Mhysa (Dany)

Season 4:
Breaker of Chains (Dany)
The Watchers on the Wall (Jon)
The Real North (Jon)
The Children (technically an Arya song, but I had to put it on the list anyway because I love it so much)

Season 5:
Blood of the Dragon (Dany)
Kill the Boy (Jon)
Dance of Dragons (Dany)
*Hardhome Parts 1 and 2 (Jon-not necessarily two of my personal favorites but I put them on anyway because Hardhome is such an important moment in the series and the music is definitely worth a listen)

Season 6:
Blood of My Blood (Dany)
My Watch Has Ended (Jon)
Khaleesi (Dany)
Reign (Dany)
Trust Each Other (Jon)
Winter Has Come (Jon)
The Winds of Winter (Dany)
The Tower (Jon)

Not a complete list, but these were a few I thought of off the top of my head


“Light of the Seven” - side-by-side of Sabine Nehls, The Rock Center For Dance, mini contemporary/specialty solo:
 • 7th overall, Nuvo Anaheim, January 2017
 • 2nd overall, 24 Seven Las Vegas, April 2017
★ Choreography by Quinn Callahan
Light of the Seven, from Game of Thrones ~ Ramin Djawadi



This is just brilliant. One of the things I look forward to in S7 is Ramin Djawadi’s soundtrack. I cannot say for any other show or movie. 


Everyone stop what you’re doing and look at this fabulous motherfucker.

This is Ramin Djawadi. He is a Grammy-nominated orchestral composer of Iranian and German descent, born in Duisburg, Germany. He graduated summa cum laude from Berklee College in Massachusetts and then got recruited to Remote Control Productions.

Yeah, that’s right. Hans Zimmer’s film score company.

Where he worked with Klaus Badelt.

You know.

The two guys who scored the fucking Pirates of the Caribbean movies.

What else has Ramin Djawadi done? Blade: Trinity. Clash of the Titans. Red Dawn. Iron Man. Prison Break. Game of Thrones. Pacific Rim.

The awesome guitar soundtrack of Iron Man? Ramin Djawadi. That brilliant opening to Game of Thrones you all love so much? Ramin Djawadi. The fucking amazing theme in Pacific Rim that makes you feel like you could literally take on a kaiju yourself?

Ramin. Fucking. Djawadi.

Thank this guy for your lives, okay, because he is fucking amazing.