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Gypsies Are Found Near Heaven OST by Yevgeni Doga (1975)


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Gypsies Are Found Near Heaven (Tabor Ukhodit V Nebo) – Soundtrack (By Yevgeni Doga) (1975)
Format: Mp3 256 kbps
Size: 84.1 MB

Some wonderful mad music here!

Tracklisting

01_Prolog.mp3
02_Brichka.mp3
03_Pod Zvezdanim nebom.mp3
04_Doroga.mp3
05_Sare Patrya.mp3
06_Jabloko.mp3
07_Vsadnik.mp3
08_Nane Zokha.mp3
09_Chereshnya.mp3
10_Kay Ene.mp3
11_Vstrecha.mp3
12_Ya Umirayu Mama.mp3
13_Malyarkiza.mp3
14_Scena U Cerkvi.mp3
15_Ay Mato.mp3
16_Final.mp3

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October 24, 2008 Posted by | Music_OST, Music_WorldMusic, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

VA – The Man Without A Past OST

VA – The Man Without A Past OST (2003)


A wonderful film from Finnish auteur Aki Kaurismäki!

We fucking love Aki!

As well as producing off-kilter, minimalist masterpieces of cinema, Aki always gets the music spot on!

A typically eclectic array of artists here. From classic Blues (Blind Lemon Jefferson) to Pop (The Renegades) to mad Finnish music to classical.

This great film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2003 and won the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival!

Check the masterful film out too! We’ve posted it HERE!!


Links:

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Tracklisting

01. Do the shake – The Renegades
02. Bandoneon – Antero Jakoila
03. Lokki – Tapio Rautavaara
04. That crawlin’ baby blues – Blind Lemon Jefferson
05. Symphony No.3 in A major Op.55 (Adagio) – Oulu Symphony Orchestra
06. Paha vaanii – Marko Haavisto
07. Hawaii no yoru – Crazy Ken Band
08. Veto – Antero Jakoila
09. Valkoiset linnut – Markus Allan
10. Thunder And lightning – Marko Haavisto
11. Muistatko monrepos’n – Poutahaukat
12. My heart must do the crying – The Renegades
13. Motto wasabi – Masao Onose
14. Stay – Marko Haavisto

Here she be:

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October 22, 2008 Posted by | Aki Kurismaki, Finland, Music_OST, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Assorted Soundtracks

An assortment of OSTs to various types of movies;

  • Magnificent film and Magnificent OST i.e. There Will Be Blood
  • Magnificent film and good OST e.g. Eastern Promises, 21 Grams
  • Good movie e.g. Cassandra’s Dream
  • OK movie but good OST e.g. Juno
  • Poor movie but OK OST e.g. Vantage Point
  • Abysmally bad movie e.g. Da Vinci Code, Patch Adams, La Vita e Bella etc
  • Others

There Will Be Blood

1.- Open Spaces
2.- Future Markets
3.- Prospectors Arrive
4.- Eat Him By His Own Light
5.- Henry Palinview
6.- There Will Be Blood
7.- There Will Be Blood
8.- Oil
9.- Proven Lands
10.- Hope of New Fields
11.- Stranded The Line
12.- Prospectors Quartet

http://rapidshare.com/files/144733636/There_Will_Be_Blood.rar

Eastern Promises

01. Eastern Promises (05:04)
02. Tatiana (05:11)
03. London Streets (01:56)
04. Sometimes Birth And Death Go Together (01:53)
05. Trafalgar Hospital (01:33)
06. Vory v Zakone (00:4
07. Slavery And Suffering (02:00)
08. Nikolai (01:19)
09. Kirill (02:09)
10. Anna Khitrova (03:25)
11. Eagle And Star (01:25)
12. Nine Elms (06:15)
13. Like A Place In The Bible (01:22)
14. Trans-Siberian Diary (02:24)

http://rapidshare.com/files/145908255/BSO__Eastern_Promises_-_Shore__Howard__2007_.rar


21 Grams

1.: Do We Lose 21 Grams
2.: Can Things Be Better
3.: Did This Really Happen
4.: Cut Chemist Suite – Ozomatli
5.: Should I Let Her Know
6.: Can Emptiness Be Filled
7.: Shake Rattle And Roll – Santaolalla, Gustavo & Benicio Del Toro
8.: Can I Be Forgiven
9.: Low Rider – War
10.: Is There A Way To Help Her
11.: Does He Who Looks For The Truth Deserve The Punishment For F
12.: You’re Losing Me – Sexton, Ann
13.: Can Dry Leaves Help Us
14.: Can We Mix The Unmixable (remix)
15.: Can Light Be Found In The Darkness
16.: When Our Wings Are Cut Can We Still Fly – Kronos Quartet

http://rapidshare.com/files/144701225/21_Grams.rar


Cassandra’s Dream

1. Cassandra’s Dream
2. Buying The Boat
3. Sailing
4. The Cockney Brothers
5. A Drive In The Country
6. Angela
7. Howard’s Request / In The Apartment
8. The Pursuit & Murder In The Park
9. Suspicion
10. The Plot Unravels
11. Death On The Boat
12. Cassandra’s Dream Finale

http://rapidshare.com/files/144695675/BSO__Cassandra_s_Dream__2008_.rar

Juno

1.- Barry Louis Polisar – All I Want Is You
2.- Kimya Dawson – Rollercoaster
3.- The Kinks – A Well Respected Man
4.- Buddy Holly – Dearest
5.- Mateo Messina – Up The Spout
6.- Kimya Dawson – Tire Swing
7.- Belle And Sebastian – Piazza, New York Catcher
8.- Kimya Dawson – Loose Lips
9.- Sonic Youth – Superstar
10.- Kimya Dawson – Sleep (Instrumental)
11.- Belle And Sebastian – Expectations
12.- Mott The Hoople – All The Young Dudes
13.- Kimya Dawson – So Nice So Smart
14.- Cat Power – Sea of Love
15.- Kimya Dawson y Antsy Pants – Tree Hugger
16.- The Velvet Underground – I´m Sticking With You
17.- The Moldy Peaches – Anyone Else but You
18.- Antsy Pants – Vampire
19.- Ellen Page and Michael Cera – Anyone Else But You

http://rapidshare.com/files/146102198/Juno.rar

Batman Begins

1. Vespertilio (2:52)
2. Eptesicus (4:20)
3. Myotis (5:46)
4. Barbastella (4:45)
5. Artibeus (4:19)
6. Tadarida (5:05)
7. Marcrotus (7:35)
8. Antrozous (3:59)
9. Nycteris (4:25)
10. Molossus (4:49)
11. Corynorhinus (5:04)
12. Lasiurus (7:27)

http://rapidshare.com/files/144774474/Batman_Begins_-_Hans_Zimmer_y_James_Newton.rar

La Vita e Bella

1 Buon Giorno Principessa
2 La Vita E Bella
3 Viva Giosue
4 Grand Hotel Valse
5 La Notte Di Favola
6 La Notte Di Fuga
7 Le Uova Nel Cappello
8 Grand Hotel Fox
9 Il Treno Nel Buio
10 Arriva Il Carro Armato
11 Valse Larmoyante
12 L’uovo Di Struzzo-Danza Etiope
13 Krautentang
14 Il Gioco Di Giosue
15 Barcarolle
16 Guido E Ferruccio
17 Abbiamo Vinto

http://rapidshare.com/files/144707755/La_Vida_es_Bella.rar

Vantage Point

1.Vantage Point Main Title (2:42)
2.Motorcade (1:36)
3.Enrique And Veronica (2:54)
4.Run Enrique Run – Atli Örvarsson And Ryeland Allison (2:33)
5.Lewis And Anna (1:19)
6.President And Decoy (1:38)
7.The Chase Begins (2:50)
8.Serendipity (4:39)
9.Epilogue (1:54)
10.Tightening Circle – Atli Örvarsson And Henry Pryce Jackman (3:18)
11.Clockwork (5:08)
12.The President Is Safe (1:15)
13.Explosion Aftermath (3:38)
14.Suarez’ Plan (3:57)
15.Vantage Point End Title (2:01)

http://rapidshare.com/files/144714068/BSO_Vantage_Point__2007_.rar

En el valle de Elah (In the Valley of Elah)

1. A Journey Begins (02:1
2. The Morgue 5 (02:15)
3. Body Parts (04:40)
4. The Morgue 22 (02:15)
5. Killing Field (01:34)
6. Photos (01:10)
7. A Family’s Grief (03:10)
8. Emily Provokes (02:53)
9. Viewing (03:00)
10. You’re A Good Father (01:26)
11. Bobby Ortiz (03:0
12. Bonner’s Dead (02:33)
13. A Murder (04:03)
14. Torture (01:54)
15. New Evidence (01:4
16. Apology (01:46)
17. We Killed A Dog (03:02)
18. Upside Down (03:21)

http://rapidshare.com/files/145036476/BSO_In_the_Valley_of_Elah__2008_.rar

3:10 To Yuma

01. Main Title
02. Ben Takes the Stage/Dan’s Burden
03. Man of His Word
04. Bisbygliando
05. Barn Burn
06. Chinatown
07. Indian Grounds
08. Chinese Democracy
09. One for the Road – Storm Clouds
10. Trial By Fire
11. Flight of the Princess
12. Ben There Done That
13. Gang Arrives
14. Ben Arrested
15. It’s Time
16. Hotel
17. One Man Left
18. William Escapes
19. Bible Study
20. Who Let the Cows Out?
21. The 3: 10 to Yuma

http://rapidshare.com/files/146077753/BSO_310_A_Yuma__2008_.rar

10,000 BC

01.Front Titles (02:47)
02.Mountain Of The Gods (01:57)
03.Spoken Truth (03:03)
04.Passage Of Time (02:44)
05.The Hunt (02:09)
06.Celebrating (01:27)
07.Never Brave (01:51)
08.Eve Of The Tiger (01:42)
09.A Leader Comes (02:28)
10.Terror Birds Attack (03:24)
11.The Blood Of Hunter (01:52)
12.Food Found (01:58)
13.Moving (01:15)
14.Oceans Of Sand (02:42)
15.Wisdom Earned (01:42)
16.My Father (01:07)
17.Sign Of The Hunter (02:48)
18.The Mannaks (01:50)
19.End Credits (02:58)

http://rapidshare.com/files/144741507/BSO_10000_AC__2008_.rar

Charlie Wilson’s War

1. Charlie Wilson (03:03)
2. Telex Machine (01:32)
3. Jailbait (01:06)
4. Refugee Camp (05:11)
5. It’s Up To Me (02:4
6. The Belly Dancer (02:41)
7. Turning The Tide (08:33)
8. Where’s It At, Charlie? (01:12)
9. Balcony (01:29)
10. Honored Colleague (06:09)

http://rapidshare.com/files/144721836/BSO_Charlie_Wilson_s_War-_James__Howard__2007_.rar

Elizabeth – The Golden Age

1. Opening
2. Philip
3. Now You Grow Dull
4. Horseriding
5. Immensities
6. Bess and Raleigh Dance
7. Mary’s Beheading
8. End Puddle / Possible Suitors
9. War / Realisation
10. Destiny Theme
11. Smile Lines
12. Bess to see Throckmorton
13. Dr Dee Part 1
14. Horseback Address
15. Battle
16. Love Theme
17. Divinity Theme
18. Storm
19. Walsingham Death Bed
20. Closing

http://rapidshare.com/files/146091501/BSO_Elizabeth_-_The_Golden_Age__2007_.rar

Da Vinci Code

1. Dies Mercurii I Martius (06:03)
2. L’esprit Des Gabriel (02:48)
3. The Paschal Spiral (02:49)
4. Fructus Gravis (02:50)
5. Quodis Arcana (06:07)
6. Malleus Maleficarum (02:19)
7. Salvete Virgines – Written by Hans Zimmer and Abhay Manusmare (03:14)
8. Daniel’s 9th Cipher (09:31)
9. Poisoned Chalice (06:19)
10. The Citrine Cross (05:22)
11. Rose of Arimathea (08:12)
12. Beneath Alrischa (04:23)
13. Chevaliers De Sangreal (04:07)
14. Kyrie for the Magdalene (03:55)

http://rapidshare.com/files/145868274/Codigo_Da_Vinci_-_Hans_Zimmer.rar

Patch Adams

01. Faith Of The Heart – Rod Stewart
02. Let It Rain – Eric Clapton
03. Only You Know And I Know – Dave Mason
04. Carry On – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
05. Bell Bottom Blues – Derek And The Dominoes
06. Good Lovin’ – The Rascals
07. The Weight – The Band
08. People Got To Be Free – The Rascals
09. Stand! – Sly And The Family Stone
10. Main Title – Marc Shaiman
11. look Beyond The Fingers – Marc Shaiman
12. Childrens’ Ward – Marc Shaiman
13. Ranch Reveal – Marc Shaiman
14. Hello – Marc Shaiman
15. Speech / Children’s Reprise – Marc Shaiman
16. Front Porch – Marc Shaiman
17. Butterfly / Noodle Pool – Marc Shaiman
18. The Ruling / Graduation – Marc Shaiman

http://rapidshare.com/files/144757186/1998_Patch_Adams.rar

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October 21, 2008 Posted by | Hans Zimmer, Johnny Greenwood, Music_OST, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Nick Cave, Blixa Bargeld & Mick Harvey – To Have And To Hold




Blixa Bargeld, Nick Cave & Mick Harvey – To Have And To Hold
Label: The Fine Line
Catalog#: IONIC 15 CD
Format: CD
Country: Europe
Released: 1996
Genre: Electronic
Style: Experimental

A rare find! This one’s a fine score composed by , with from and one-time Bad Seed , as the soundtrack to Aussie director ‘s 1996 film, To Have And To Hold.

also directed 2 amazing recent movies, The Proposition and Ghosts of the Civil Dead, with which Cave was highly involved.

All plus a rare performance from the great ! The great man performs a cover of Dylan’s I Threw It All Away as arranged by one-time Bad Seed !

Of course, we already have a shitload of posts pertaining to one of our long time favourites and and, Nick’s earlier group, the wild and fucked-up .

Even some stuff from the earliest days, from the short lived,

I didn’t know what to expect when I bought this except that the music was composed by Nick Cave and a couple of his Bad Seeds. But when I first listened, one thing became abundantly clear:if you are looking for a traditional Bad Seeds album, you should pass on this. On the other hand, if you enjoy Cave’s work beyond the confines of what you are used to, To Have and To Hold may prove to be a surprise.

Cave and bandmates Blixa Bargeld and Mick Harvey have here woven together a seamless series of mostly instrumental pieces that SOUND like they belong in a movie. This pleasant and relaxing soundtrack climaxes in the song I Threw It All Away, rendered here by the enigmatic Scott Walker.

The only discordant note is sounded by the cacophonous Gangstar Bone. I didn’t see the film, so I have no idea what its place is, but it will rudely shake you from the reverie induced by the rest of the CD.

To Have and To Hold will likely only appeal to Cave completeists or to the musically adventurous. If your tastes are limited to more mainstream music, then you will probably want to avoid this.

Three stars for effort and originality.

By Kurt Harding

Tracklisting

1. Mick Harvey – To Have and to Hold (3:04)
2. Mick Harvey – The Jungle of Love (2:27)
3. Mick Harvey – Candlelit Bedroom (0:59)
4. Mick Harvey – Luther (0:55)
5. Mick Harvey – A House in the Jungle (1:13)
6. Mick Harvey – Delerium (0:44)
7. Mick Harvey – The River at Night (1:55)
8. Raun Raun Theatre – Mourning Song (2:48)
9. Blixa Bargeld – Romantic Theme (3:40)
10. Blixa Bargeld – Snow Vision (1:26)
11. Blixa Bargeld – Rose (1:37)
12. Blixa Bargeld – The Clouds (0:48)
13. Blixa Bargeld – Noah’s Funeral (0:53)
14. Blixa Bargeld – The Flight (1:42)
15. Blixa Bargeld – Kate Leaves (1:11)
16. Blixa Bargeld – We’re Coming/The Riot (1:21)
17. Blixa Bargeld – Murder (1:16)
18. Blixa Bargeld – The Red Dress (1:25)
19. Scott Walker – I Threw It All Away (song arranged by Barry Adamson) (Dylan) (2:14)
20. Blixa Bargeld – To Have and to Hold/End Titles (3:49)
21. Gangster Bone – performed by Keety General (Darkman, Keety General)


Here she be:


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October 21, 2008 Posted by | Barry Adamson, Blixa Bargeld, John Hillcoat, Mick Harvey, Music_OST, Nick Cave, Scott Walker, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

W. (Oliver Stone’s Bush Biopic) [OST] (10/2008)

W. (Oliver Stone’s Bush Biopic) [OST] (10/2008)

“I want a fair, true portrait of the man. How did Bush go from an alcoholic bum to the most powerful figure in the world? It’s like Frank Capra territory on one hand, but I’ll also cover the demons in his private life, his bouts with his dad and his conversion to Christianity, which explains a lot of where he is coming from. It includes his belief that God personally chose him to be president of the United States, and his coming into his own with the stunning, preemptive attack on Iraq. It will contain surprises for Bush supporters and his detractors.”

-Oliver Stone

Another Stone biopic, this time about the dumbest asshole this side of a troop of jungle monkeys! Or this side of Sarah Palin!

A moron whose tenure as President, amongst many other atrocities, dug America into a needless, unwinnable war for oil, and oversaw the tumbling of world economies back towards the great Depression.

Interesting soundtrack though. Artists such as Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, and Willie Nelson along with portions of the original score by Paul Cantelon.

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W. is the new biographical film based on the life and presidency of George W. Bush. The film was produced and directed by Oliver Stone, written by Stanley Weiser, and stars Josh Brolin as Bush.

Stone compares his goal for W. to the approach of The Queen (2006) and his own Nixon (1995).

Filming began on May 12, 2008, in Louisiana with the release date being set for October 17, 2008.

The Motion Picture Association of America rated the film PG-13 in the United States for “language including sexual references, some alcohol abuse, smoking and brief disturbing war images.”

More here: wiki/W._(film)

Tracklisting

01. War Introduction – from the W. original film score (Paul Cantelon)
02. The Whiffenpoof Song – Collegians Male Chorus
03. Claudette – Roy Orbison
04. Chattahoochee – Alan Jackson
05. Shotgun Boogie – Hank Thompson
06. Bayou – from the W. original film score (Paul Cantelon)
07. Mammas Don t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys – Willie Nelson
08. Wasted Days and Wasted Nights – Freddy Fender
09. Delta Waltz – from the W. original film score (Paul Cantelon)
10. Robin Hood – Dick James with Stephen James and His Chums
11. Deep In The Heart of Texas – Gene Autry
12. The Differencemaker – from the W. original film score (Paul Cantelon)
13. What A Wonderful World – Eddy Arnold
14. Yellow Rose Of Texas – Mitch Miller
15. War – from the W. original film score (Paul Cantelon)
16. I m Winging My Way Back Home – The Blackwood Brothers
17. With God on Our Side – Bob Dylan

Here she be:

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October 12, 2008 Posted by | Music_ClassicRock, Music_Country, Music_Folk, Music_OST, Paul Cantelon, Roy Orbison, Willie Nelson, _BOB DYLAN, _CARTOON, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Nick Cave, Blixa Bargeld, Mick Harvey – Ghosts of the Civil Dead OST (1989)

Nick Cave, Blixa Bargeld and Mick Harvey – Ghosts of the Civil Dead
Released: 1989
Soundtrack / Alternative
Mp3@ 320/ 83mb/RS

One of lil Nicky’s earliest forays into movie soundtracks. This time for a movie co-written by Nick with director John Hillcoat. The two teamed up again last year to great effect with the wonderful, Cave-scripted, Outback Ozzy Western “The Proposition”!



I remember seeing Ghosts of the Civil Dead back in the day, and very impressive it was too. A very dark portrait of a fucked-up futuristic high-security prison somewhere in the wilds of Australia with Mr Cave excellent as a demented psychotic inmate!


The film’s score was actually written by and , (of great German band and , all then members of Cave’s band,

– another long time Cave collaborator, and indeed one time paramour – is involved here, singing (and, on video, in the movie itself) A Prison In The Desert.

This is an excellent and eclectic soundtrack, matching the dark realness of the movie.

A good review of the movie can be had here; sensesofcinema/ghosts



Tracklisting

01.The News
02.A Prison in the Desert
03.I’ve Been a Prison Guard Since I Was 18 Years Old
04.I Was 16 When They Put Me In Prison
05.You’re Dangling Like A Bunch Of Meat On A Hook
06.Pop Mix
07.We Were United Once
08.The Day Of The Murders
09.Lilly’s Theme (”A Touch Of Warmth”)
10.Maynard Mix
11.What I’m Tellin’ Is The Truth
12.The Free World
13.One Man Released So They Can Imprison The Rest Of The World


Here she be caverinos;


GHOSTS



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October 6, 2008 Posted by | Anita Lane, Blixa Bargeld, John Hillcoat, Mick Harvey, Music_Alternative, Music_OST, Nick Cave, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Hirano Yoshihisa & Taniuchi Hideki – Death Note OST I

Hirano Yoshihisa & Taniuchi Hideki – Death Note OST I
Artist – Hirano Yoshihisa & Taniuchi Hideki
Album – Death Note OST I, II and III
Year – 2006-2007
Genre – Instrumental Experimental Post-rock (A mix of everything!)

A wonderful score by Yoshihisa Hirano & Taniuchi Hideki for the acclaimed Death Note. This is the score for the first movie in the series.

Yoshihisa Hirano (平野義久) is a Japanese composer, born in 1971. He is known for his very orchestral feeling when it comes to his musical style used for anime scores.

In the past he has created musical scores for Midori Days, Air Master, Strawberry Panic, Ouran High School Host Club; his most recent work was done for the hit movie Death Note.


タニウチヒデキ, Taniuchi Hideki,
born on November 15th in Hokkaido, is a Japanese musician and composer, best known for his work on composing soundtracks to anime series.

Aside from his work as composer, Taniuchi also plays guitar in the Japanese Rockband Shocking Lemon.

In recent years, his popularity was increased due to his works for various anime series, such as Otogizōshi, Akagi, Kaiji and not least due to the worldwide hit DEATH NOTE.

For the latter, Taniuchi composed the 3 OSTs in collaboration with 平野義久 (Yoshihisa Hirano).

Tracklisting

01 Death note
02 Jiken
03 Light’s Theme
04 L’s Theme
05 Kinchou
06 Senritsu
07 Kodoku
08 Tomonari
09 Kitai
10 Tokusou Kira han
11 L’s Theme B
12 Shunjun
13 Tsuiseki
14 L no Nakama
15 Tokusou
16 Shinigami kai
17 Taikutsu
18 Rem
19 Death note Theme
20 Kyrie
21 Domine Kira
22 Teloelogy of death
23 Low of Solipsism
24 Requiem
25 Immanence
26 Dirge
27 Light Lights up light
28 Alert
29 the WORLD (Tv Size)
30 Alumina (Tv size)

Here she be:

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October 3, 2008 Posted by | Hirano Yoshihisa, Japan, Music_Ambient, Music_OST, Taniuchi Hideki, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson and Sigur Ros – Angel Of The Universe

Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson and Sigur Ros – Angel Of The Universe
Year – 2001
Genre – Instrumental/ OST / Ambient

Wonderful OST by Icelandic composer Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson for Angel Of The Universe.

Sigur Ros contribute a few good tracks too.

Review from http://www.popmatters.com/

Sigur Rós fans take note: although the Icelandic art-rockers get prominent billing on this film soundtrack, they contribute only two songs. The bulk of Angels of the Universe comes from film composer Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson, who adopts a suitably melancholy, tormented tone for the most of the disc, as befits the soundtrack to a dark film about mental illness. I haven’t seen Angels of the Universe, but by all accounts it’s a very powerful but relentlessly bleak affair. It’s also become one of Iceland’s most successful films of all time, which probably says as much about the national character of that frigid little island country as it does about the quality of the film.

Since most listeners will skip right to the end for Sigur Rós’ two closing tracks, let’s start the review there, as well. “Blum blum bambalo” finds the band in mournful mode, with the solemn march of a bass drum punctuating the drone of Jonsi Birgisson’s bowed guitar and melancholy, choir boy vocals. Although unmistakably a Sigur Rós track, “Blum blum bambalo” achieves a kind of solemn grandeur I haven’t heard from the band before, and it’s by far the most interesting thing Angels of the Universe has to offer. After a sweeping finish, the track segues into the churchy rock melodrama of “Death Announcements and Funerals”, a noisy instrumental based on a popular Icelandic funeral hymn. It will probably leave all but Sigur Rós’ most ardent fans scratching their heads — they sound less here like the future of Icelandic music and more like the past of British prog rock. Not since Jethro Tull’s heyday has anyone taken folk music themes and puffed them up into such headbanging bombast.

The rest of Angels in the Universe is mostly sobbing strings and the occasional plaintively plucked guitar; Hilmarsson’s music has the quiet emotiveness of all good soundtrack music, but outside the context of cinema it’s simple and fairly repetitive. He does inject some interesting, avant-garde tonalities, the like of which you’ll never hear in a Hollywood soundtrack — the layered strings of “Memory” and “Degradation” echo the work of other maverick film composers like The Piano’s Michael Nyman. Occasionally Hilmarsson jolts his listeners with something different — “Over the Bend”, for example, erupts mid-way into an ominous rumble of acoustic and electronic percussion that rises and falls in volume against the dark backdrop of those slightly off-key strings that are Hilmarsson’s signature sound. Other tracks that stand out for their sheer disturbingness are “Journey to the Underworld”, in which a single violin saws gnat-like through a series of atonal chords, and “Relapse”, which uses a distorted drum solo to create a very fair sonic approximation of a nervous breakdown. But for the most part the pleasures in Hilmarsson’s music are subtle and small — this is not catchy stuff, even by the offbeat standards of Icelandic music.

Still, Angels of the Universe has its moments. In addition to the mournful majesty of Sigur Rós’ “Blum blum bambalo”, there are at least two Hilmarsson tracks, that surpass their status as soundtrack fragments and stand on their own as striking compositions: the Steven Reich-like “Schiller in China” and the achingly beautiful “Te Morituri . . .”. For fans of this kind of dissonant yet romantic string music, Hilmarsson is certainly a composer worth getting to know, either here or on his other major motion picture soundtrack, Children of Nature. As for fans of Sigur Rós — well, for a band that takes as many risks as they do, one out of two ain’t bad.

Tracklisting

01. Approach-Dream
02. Memory
03. The Black Dog And The Scottish Play
04. Degradation
05. Over The Bend
06. Colours
07. Journey To The Underworld
08. Shave
09. On The Road
10. Another Memory
11. Relapse
12. Coma
13. Schiller In China
14. Helpless
15. Te Morituri…
16. Bium Bium Bambalo
17. Death Announcements And Funerals

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Ennio Morricone – Ennio Morricone Cronicles (1999, 10CD-BoxSet)


Ennio Morricone – Ennio Morricone Cronicles
Japanese release ,1999
10CD-BoxSet,
Mo3 / 256~320 kbps

A rare and wonderful find this!

From a limited limited edition of 1,000 copies, here are 10 CDs containing some unbelievable music from the maestro!

Here we find lots of stuff one would not associate with Ennio – remakes and improvements to US pop classics etc.

That’s almost 300 individual tracks! So put down that bottle of Chianti and get downloading now motherfuckers!!

This box is a must for the Morricone fan, especially those unfamiliar with the pop recordings for BMG/Ricordi that he arranged, conducted, and/or composed from 1959 until the early 1990’s.

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The 10-disc set is broken down thematically, although the impressive book is completely in Japanese, except for the title listings and the lyrics, which are in both Japanese and Italian.

Before shelling out the big bucks for this set, however, go purchase the Pop Music volume of Bear Family Records’ CANTO MORRICONE set. Although only a tiny portion of this box set is represented on the CANTO collection (Mina’s SE TELEFONANDO, etc.), it gives a good overview of his early career.

There are very few remakes of US pop songs, although the few that are present typically surpass their American counterparts with regard to arrangements, the best being a cover of the Shangri-Las’ “Dressed In Black” entitled “Non e mai tardi”.

It will take some close scrutiny to figure out the reasoning behind the set’s layout, but the first disc appears to be songs arranged, composed, and conducted by Morricone, while subsequent discs cover each of the areas idividually.

There are Italian songs by Peggy March and several by Chet Baker (plays and sings). Others include Miranda Martino, Catherine Spaak, Rossi, Jimmy Fontana, and Rita Monico.

Film music is included as well, with the 10th disc devoted entirely to his Western scores for Leone and others. The set also includes an exact facsimile of the 45″ “Go-Kart Twist”, which is also on the 6th disc.

The only drawback to the set is a lack of an English or Italian translation for the Japanese book.

There are many tracks that I’m very curious about but can’t read the copious annotations given for each individual song.

Regardless, it’s still a great set for those Morricone fans like myself who wanted something meatier after purchasing the CANTO MORRICONE volumes.

Grab it now before it’s out of print (limited edition of 1,000)!!

Tracklisting

Disc: 1
1. Donna Che Vale: Dal Spettacolo Teatrale “Il Lieto Fine”
2. Faccio Finta Di Dormire: Dal Film “1 Generale E 1/2”
3. Ornella
4. Arianna
5. Ciciona Cha Cha
6. Tho Conosciuto
7. Tho Coonsciuto
8. Pel Di Carota
9. Quello Che Conta : Del Film “La Cuccagna”
10. Nel Corso
11. Penso a Te
12. Questi Vent Anni Miei
13. Scirocco: Dal Spettacolo Teatrale”La Manfrina”
14. Amore Gira
15. Se Telefonando
16. Ridevi
17. Metti Una Sera a Cena
18. Melodie
19. Di Più

Disc: 2
1. Maraviglioso Momento: Dal Film “Il Rosseto”
2. Paura: Dal Film “Il Rossetto”
3. Trust Me: Dal Film “L’Avventura”
4. Semina Seminatore
5. Dedico a Te: Dal Film “Il Ferroviere”
6. Milord
7. Una a Te, Uno a Me
8. Nun E’ Peccato
9. S’e’ Fatto Tardi
10. Estate
11. Nessuno Al Mondo
12. Quando Finisce un Amore
13. Una Fra Mille
14. Mamma
15. Tornerai
16. Exodus
17. Perdono
18. Perdono
19. Il Poeta Pianse
20. Piano Piano
21. Lungo Treno del Sud
22. Indovina Indovina
23. Due Lune

Disc: 3
1. ‘E Spingole Frangese
2. O’ Sole Mio
3. Meglio Stasera
4. Quando Vedrete il Mio Caro Amore
5. Mille Gocce Piccoline
6. Era Piu’ Di un Anno
7. Acqua Amare
8. Anche Se
9. Anche Se
10. Che Cosa C’e’
11. Che Cosa C’e’
12. Sapore Di Sale
13. Quello Che Conta
14. Perche’ E’ Cosi’
15. Funiculì, Funiculà
16. Santa Lucia Luntana
17. Bugiarda: Dal Film “Gli Italiani E le Vacanze”
18. Lei Sta con Te
19. Ogni Volta
20. Ogni Volta
21. Notte Infinita
22. Pastures of Plenty
23. Se Puoi Uscire Una Domenica Sola con Me
24. So Turnato Cu’tte

Disc: 4
1. Passo Su Passo
2. Cielo
3. Ora Che Sai
4. Ave Maria
5. Vado da Lei
6. Mia Vita
7. Deguello
8. Il Mondo
9. Quelli Che Si Amano
10. Adesso Che Hai Parlato
11. Allora Si
12. Plip
13. Andiamo a Mietere il Grano
14. Luce Della Luna
15. Quando E Settembre
16. Restero da Sola
17. Tu da Una Parte Io Dall’altra
18. Stasera con Te
19. Il Giorno Mio
20. Fratello Mio
21. Supercalifragilisticespiralidoso
22. Il Pontile
23. C’era un Ragazzomchecome Me Amava I Beatles E I Rolling Stones

Disc: 5
1. Se Perdo Anche Te
2. Carta Vetrata
3. Il Cortello
4. Non E’ Mai Tardi
5. Gocce Di Mare, Gocce Di Sole
6. Il Coraggio Di Dire Ti Amo (Have I the Courage to Say I Love You)
7. E Ancora le Dirai Ti Voglio Bene
8. Una Sera d’Estate
9. Il Mio Domani
10. Chetty’s Lullaby
11. So Che Ti Perdero
12. Motivo Su Raggio Di Luna
13. Bevete Piu’ Latte
14. Ugoletta d’Oro
15. Estate E Fumo
16. Stessa Spiaggia, Stesso Mare
17. Ballata Dei Berretti Verdi
18. Ora Tocca a Te
19. Il Momento Giusto
20. San Francesco
21. Trio Per Violoncello. Tromba E Lastra Di Cristallo
22. Cantata
23. Ninna Nanna ’65
24. Mundial

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Disc: 6
1. Go Kart Twist: Dal Film “Diciotenni Al Sole”
2. Donna da Morire: Dal Film “Diciottenni Al Sole”
3. Twist No. 9 : Dal Film “Diciottenni Al Sole”
4. Nicole: Dal Film “Diciottenni Al Sole”
5. Viva il Jump Upc: Dal Film “La Voglia Matta”
6. Tua Stagione : Dal Film ” I Motorizzati”
7. Twist Dei Vigili : Dal Film “I Motorizzati”
8. Corri, Corri: Dal Film “I Motorizzati”
9. Fidanzata del Bersagliere : Tratta Dalla Commedia ” la Fidanzata …”
10. In Ginocchio da Te
11. Quando Sarai Lontana
12. Mi Vedrai Tornare : Dal Film “Mi Vedrai Tornare”
13. Non Son Degno Di Te
14. Se Non Avessi Piu’ Te
15. Tra Tanta Gente : Dal Film ” la Cuccagna”
16. Ora Incantata : Dal Film “I Basilischi”
17. Mia Mania : Dal Film “I Maniaci”
18. Exultate Deo : Del Film ” el Greco”
19. Il Ragazzo Di Ghiaccio : Dal Film “Altissima Pressione”
20. Algeri I Novembre 1954 : Dal Film “La Battaglia Di Algeri”
21. Tema Di Ali : Dal Film “La Battaglia Di Algeri”

Disc: 7
1. Cosa Piu’ Importanti : Dal Film ” Idoli Controluce”
2. Sophisticated Boy : Dal Film “Idoli Controluce”
3. Rendez-Vous : Dal Film ” Idoli Controluce”
4. Relax in Solitude Track #1 : Dal Film “Idoli Controluce”
5. Relax in Solitude Track #2 : Dal Film “Idole Controluce”
6. Cose Piu’ Importanti : Dal Film “Idole Controluce”
7. In Fondo Al Miei Occhi : Dal Film “Menage All’italiana”
8. Menage All’italiana : Dal Film ” Menage All’italiana”
9. Ho Messo Gli Occhi Su Di Te: Dal Film Menage All’italiana”
10. Fiore E Nato Te : Dal Film ” Menage All’italiana”
11. Thrilling : Dal Film “Thrilling”
12. Uccellacci E Uccellini: Dal Film “Uccellacci E Uccellini”
13. Scuola Di Ballo Al Sole : Dal Film “Uccellacci E Uccellini”
14. I Pugni in Tasca : Dal Film “I Pugni in Tasca”
15. Una Stanza Vuota : Dal Film “Svegliati E Uccidi”
16. Una Tromba a Dallas : Dal Film “Svegliate E Uccidi”
17. Pioggia Sul Tuo Viso
18. Avventuriero : Dal Film “L’Avventuriero”
19. Adonai : Dal Film “Il Giardino Delle Delizie”
20. Sei Corde : Dal Film “L’Harem”
21. Punto E Basta : Dal Film “Ad Ogni Costo”
22. Vai Via Malinconia : Dal Film ” Ad Ogni Costo”

Disc: 8
1. E’ Grande ‘Sta Citta : Dal Film Televisivo “Geminus”
2. Beat Boat : Dal Film Televisivo “Geminus”
3. Metello (Titoli Finale) [From” Metello”]
4. Tema Sciopero (Solenne Triste): Dal Film “Metello”
5. Citta’ Violenta : Dal Film “Cita’ Violenta”
6. Rito Finale : Dal Film “Citta’ Violenta”
7. Disperatemente : Dal Film “Citta’ Violenta”
8. Classe Operaia Va in Paradiso
9. Speranze Di Liberta’ : Dal Film “Sacco E Vanzetti”
10. Here’s to You : Dal Film “Sacco E Vanzetti”
11. Piccola Ouverture
12. Proprieta’ Non E’ Piu’ un Furto: Dal Film “La Proprieta’ Non E’ …”
13. Ostinazione Al Limone : Dal Film ” Cosa Avete Fatto a Solange?”
14. Cosa Avete Fatto a Solange? : Dal Film “Cosa Avete Fatto a Solange?”
15. Incontro: Dal Film “Il Maestro E Margherita”
16. Ultimo Uomo Di Sara : Dal Film “L’Ultimo Uomo Di Sara”
17. Giordano Bruno: Dal Film “Giordano Bruno”
18. Reprisal: Dal Film “Rappresaglia”
19. Bambole: Dal Film “Spasmo”
20. Rabbia E Tarantella: Dal Film “Allonsanfan”
21. Solo Per Amore: Dal Film ” Gente Di Rispetto”
22. Per le Antiche Scale: Dal Film “Per le Antiche Scale”
23. Carneval: Dal Film ” Per le Antiche Scale”

Disc: 9
1. Gusto Di Vendetta (A Taste of Vengeance) [Dal Film ” il Giustiziere”]
2. Incontro a Venezia [Per Amore]
3. Partenza: Dal Film “Per Amore”
4. Suspicion: Dal Film ” Stato Interessante”
5. Tappin’ to the Beat: Dal Film “Stato Interessante”
6. Cavallina a Cavallo: Dal Film “Dedicato Al Mare”
7. Laringomania: Dal Film ” Dove Vai in Vacanza”
8. Uomo Nello Spazio: Dal Film “L’Umanoide”
9. Estasi Stellare: Dal Film “L’Umanoide”
10. Train: Dal Film Televisivo “Orient Express”
11. Il Ladrone: Dal Film ” il Ladrone”
12. Debora: Dal Film “Il Ladrone”
13. Once Upon a Time in America: Dal Film” Once Upon a Time in America”
14. Cockeye’s Song: Dal Film “Once Upon a Time in America”
15. Ilsegreto del Sahara [From il Segreto del Sahara]
16. Saharan Dream: Dal Film Televisivo ” il Segreto del Sahara”
17. Come Sail Away: Dal Film Televisivo “Achille Lauro”
18. Lauro: Dal Film Televisivo “Achille Lauro”
19. Song for Elena: Dal Film ” Nuovo Cinema Paradiso”
20. Amore E Regia: Dal Film ” Legami ! “
21. Legami !: Dal Film ” Legami ! “
22. Amor E Affari: Dla Film Televisivo “Il Barone”
23. Temptation: Dal Film Televisivo ” il Barone”

Disc: 10
1. Gringo Like Me [Dal Film ” Duello Nel Texas”]
2. Titoli: Dal Film ” Per un Pugno Di Dollari”
3. Per un Pugno Di Dollari: Dal Film Per un Pugno Di Dollari”
4. Per Qualche Dollaro in Piu’: Dal Film ” Per Qualche Dollaro in Piu'”
5. Il Vizio d’Uccidere: Dal Film ” Per Qualche Dollaro in Piu'”
6. Occhio Per Occhio: Dal Film ” Per Qualche Dollaro in Piu'”
7. Marcia Dei MacGregor [From “Sette Pistole Per I MacGregor”]
8. Santa Fe’ Express: Dal Film ” Sette Pistole Per I MacGregor”
9. Una Pistola Per Ringo: Dal Film” Una Pistola Per Ringo”
10. Angel Face: Dal Film “Una Pistola Per Ringo”
11. Strage: Dal Film ” Una Pistola Per Ringo”
12. Sette Donne Per I MacGregor: Dal Film ” Sette Donne Per I MacGregor”
13. Psichedlico No. 2: Dal Film ” da Uomo a Uomo”
14. Uomo a Uomo: Dal Film ” da Uomo a Uomo”
15. Uomo Dell’armonica: Dal Film “C’era Una Volta il West”
16. Addio Cheyenne: Dal Film “C’era Una Volta il West”
17. Morton: Dal Film ” C’era Una Volta il West”
18. Finale: Dal Film ” C’era Una Volta il West”
19. Vita a Volte E’ Molto Dura, Vero Provvidenza?: Dal Film: “La Vita …”
20. Ci Risiamo, Vero Provvidenza?: Dal Film “Ci Risiamo, Vero Provvidenza?”
21. Bocca a Bocca: Dal Film ” Ci Risiamo, Vero Provvidenza?”

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Here she be:

Track-Listing and details
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CD1
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CD2
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CD3
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CD4
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CD5
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CD6
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CD7
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CD8
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CD9
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CD10
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September 30, 2008 Posted by | Ennio Morricone, Italy, Music_Classical, Music_OST, Music_Pop, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist [OST] (09/2008)



Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist
[OST] (09/2008)
We know fuck all about this movie.

Isn’t that the kid Michael Cera from “Arrested Development” and the annoying “Juno” and every other new fucking teen comedy?

The soundtrack does have a few good bands and tracks in it though!

Seems like the score was written by of Devo and OSTs fame!

We are surprised, but happy, to see Irish musician Paul Tiernan with a track here! Paul seems to have been on the music scene forever. Hopefully, this gets him a breakthrough into the commercial !

The soundtrack to the upcoming film, Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist, (in theatres everywhere on October 3rd)

The Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist soundtrack features music from mostly indie bands and artists. Participating musicians include Devendra Banhart, We Are Scientists, Band of Horses and Bishop Allen.

The movie is about the quest of two teenagers who want to attend a secret concert by their favorite band. They are total opposites of each other, but share a common interest in music.

Tracklisting

* 1. Speed of Sound – Chris Bell
* 2. Lover – Devendra Banhart
* 3. Middle Management – Bishop Allen
* 4. Ottoman – Vampire Weekend
* 5. Riot Radio – The Dead 60s
* 6. Fever – Takka Takka
* 7. Xavia – The Submarines
* 8. After Hours – We Are Scientists
* 9. Our Swords – Band Of Horses
* 10. Silvery Sleds – Army Navy
* 11. Baby You’re My Light – Richard Hawley
* 12. Very Loud – Shout Out Louds
* 13. How To Say Goodbye – Paul Tiernan
* 14. Last Words – The Real Tuesday Weld
* 15. Nick & Norah’s Theme – Mark Mothersbaugh

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September 28, 2008 Posted by | Band of Horses, Bishop Allen.Mark Mothersbaugh, Devendra Banhart, Music_Alternative, Music_OST, Paul Tiernan, Vampire Weekend, We Are Scientists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Easy Rider – OST [1969]

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Easy Rider – OST [1969]

Released August 1969

Genre Soundtrack

Length 37:38

Label Dunhill

Producer Steve Barri, Steve Blauner

mp3 – 320kbs – 94.5mb – covers

Billy: We did it, man. We did it, we did it. We’re rich, man. We’re retirin’ in Florida now, mister.

Wyatt: You know Billy, we blew it.

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Here’s the wonderful OST for the ground-breaking film Easy Rider …. a movie radical in its production, direction and primarily its themes, and one which changed the movie business.

This is a seminal soundtrack from the perspective of using pre-existing songs and matching these to the individual scenes! It was a little unusual too in the high level of chart success it attained, peaking at #6 on the Billboard album charts in September 69.

The OST contains a number of very decent individual songs that meshed magnificently with the images in the movie and with the athmosphere and themes it was trying to portray.

An interesting Dylan cover too by Roger McGuinn and half a Dylan original!!

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Both The Band and Crosby, Stills, & Nash (CSN) were considered for the soundtrack. However, during editing, Dennis Hopper decided to use various music from his own record collection. When CSN viewed a rough cut of the film, they assured Hopper that they could not do any better than he already had!

Bob Dylan was asked to contribute music, but was reluctant to use his own recording of “It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)”, so a version performed by Byrds frontman Roger McGuinn was used instead. Also, instead of writing an entirely new song for the film, Dylan simply wrote out the first verse of “Ballad of Easy Rider” and apparently told the filmmakers, “Give this to McGuinn, he’ll know what to do with it.” McGuinn completed the song and performed it in the film.

The songs on the soundtrack album are sequenced in the same order as they appear in the film, with the following differences:

  • “The Weight,” as originally recorded by The Band for their 1968 debut album Music From Big Pink, was used in the film but could not be licensed for the soundtrack. To deal with this, ABC-Dunhill commissioned Smith, who recorded for the label at the time, to record a cover version of the song for the soundtrack album.
  • Two songs used in the film, Little Eva’s “Let’s Turkey Trot” and The Electric Flag’s “Flash, Bang, Pow,” were omitted from the soundtrack album.
There was a remastered version of this with some different tracks released a few years back. If anyone’s got that, please do let us know! Thanks friends!

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Tracklisting

1. “The Pusher” (Hoyt Axton) – 5:49

* Steppenwolf – Steppenwolf (1968)

2. “Born to Be Wild” (Mars Bonfire) – 3:37

* Steppenwolf – Steppenwolf (1968)

3. “The Weight” (Robbie Robertson) – 4:34

* Smith (1969)

4. “Wasn’t Born to Follow” (Carole King/Gerry Goffin) – 2:03

* The Byrds – The Notorious Byrd Brothers (1968)

5. ” If You Want to Be a Bird (Bird Song)” (Antonia Duren) – 2:35

* The Holy Modal Rounders – The Moray Eels Eat the Holy Modal Rounders (1969)

6. “Don’t Bogart Me” (Elliot Ingber/Larry Wagner) – 3:05

* Fraternity of Man – Fraternity of Man (1968)

7. “If 6 Was 9” (Jimi Hendrix) – 5:35

* The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Axis: Bold as Love (1967)

8. “Kyrie Eleison/Mardi Gras” (When the Saints) (Traditional, arranged by David Axelrod) – 4:00

* The Electric Prunes – Mass in F Minor (1968)

9. “It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)” (Bob Dylan) – 3:39

* Roger McGuinn (1969)

10. “Ballad of Easy Rider” (Roger McGuinn/Bob Dylan) – 2:14

* Roger McGuinn (1969)



Here she be:

ezyRIDER

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September 27, 2008 Posted by | Jimi Hendrix, Music_OST, Roger McGuinn, The Byrds, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | 9 Comments

Yeong Wook Jo – Old Boy OST

Artist – Yeong Wook Jo
Album – Old Boy OST
Release Date – 2003 Audio CD – 2005
Genre – Modern Classic / Experimental / OST

Yeong Wook Jo is a Korean composer who has created upwards of 15 film scores.

At least three of them were for s great movies, including Oldboy.

This is an Asian exclusive soundtrack to the award winning South Korean film Oldboy.

We’ve already posted this film where the high-level plot therein is that an average man is kidnapped and imprisoned in a hotel room for 15 years without explanation. He is then released, equipped with money, a cell phone and expensive clothes. As he strives to explain his imprisonment and get his revenge, he soon finds out that not only does his kidnapper still have plans for him, but that those plans will serve as an even worse fate than 15 years of imprisonment.

This great movie was directed by and released in 2003.

We’ve already posted Chan-wook Park’s great Vengeance Trilogy which comprised Chan-wook Park’s Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (2002) , Oldboy (2003) and Sympathy For Lady Vengeance (2005)!

This is wonderful music. A piece of art that stands alone in its ownright as well as enhancing the film for which it was composed.

The majority of the songs are relatively short from one and a half to two minutes and there is a great variety between the pieces!

You will notice that most of the song titles on the film’s soundtrack reference a classic noir movie or novel: The Big Sleep, Farewell My Lovely, Out of the Past, Point Blank, etc. (and maybe the odd John Ford masterpiece western … Searchers!)

Tracklisting

1. Look Who’s Talking
2. Somwhere in the Night
3. Count of Monte Cristo
4. Jailhouse Rock
5. In a Lonely Place
6. It’s Alive!
7. Searchers
8. Look Back in Anger
9. Four Seasons [Concerto RV 297 Winter in F Minor 1ST Movement: ..]
10. Room at the Top
11. Cries and Whispers
12. Out of Sight
13. For Whom the Bell Tolls
14. Out of the Past
15. Breathless
16. Old Boy
17. Dressed to Kill
18. Frantic
19. Cul-De-Sac
20. Kiss Me Deadly

Here she be:

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September 26, 2008 Posted by | Chan-wook Park, Music_OST, Yeong Wook Jo, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis – The Proposition

Artist – Nick Cave and Warren Ellis

Album – The Proposition Year – 2006

Genre – OST, Classical

Wonderful soundtrack to the -written 2006 movie – a metaphysical outback western!

Like the great Jesse James OST, Cave is greatly helped on this music by Warren Ellis of , and also of the and .

Written and performed by Nick Cave, with Ellis, this album is the soundtrack to the film ‘The Proposition’, which is set in the Australian Outback during the 1880’s. Cave, who also co-wrote the script for the film, delivers here a blues period sound that both accompanies the film perfectly and stands on its own.

A powerful western drama set in the savage Eden of 1880s Australia, The Proposition is an elemental story of family conflict and primal violence, destructive love and divided loyalties. Featuring an international superstar cast including Guy Pearce, Ray Winstone, Emily Watson and Danny Huston, it is directed by John Hillcoat from a specially commissioned script by the globally acclaimed singer-songwriter Nick Cave.

Cave has also composed the film’s soundtrack in conjunction with Warren Ellis, his longtime Bad Seeds collaborator and multi-instrumentalist frontman of The Dirty Three.

Incorporating soft chamber pieces, ghostly moodscapes and whispered laments, these 16 tracks are as starkly beautiful as the landscape of the film. Story and music are closely intertwined.


Tracklisting

1. Happy Land
2. Proposition
3. Road To Banyon
4. Down To The Valley
5. Moan Thing
6. Rider
7. Martha’s Dream
8. Gun Thing
9. Queenie’s Suite
10. Rider
11. Proposition
12. Sad Violin Thing
13. Rider
14. Proposition
15. Rider Song
16. Clean Hands Dirty Hands

Here she be:

NICKCAVEproposition_ost.rar



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September 26, 2008 Posted by | John Hillcoat, Music_OST, Nick Cave, The Dirty Three, Warren Ellis, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

‘Le Cyclope de la Mer’ – scored by Yann Tiersen

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Le Cyclope de la Mer (The Cyclops from the sea)
Un film de Philippe JULLIEN
(France – 1998)
Musique de Yann TIERSEN
Poupées animées

FIPA D’OR Programmes courts – Biarritz 1999
Prix du Film d’Animation – Festival du Film Court – Douarnenez 1998
Prix du Public – Festival de Beaune – Beaune 1998

We already posted a massive 21 LP discography for Yann Tiersen

And Joe Le Taxi kindly sent us links to another Tiersen related nugget! The beautiful, award-winning animated short made by French director Phillipe Jullien , ‘Le Cyclope de la Mer’ with a score by Yann Tiersen !

Here’s the high-level synopsis;

To escape loneliness, Ro, a Cyclops lighthouse keeper, invents a colony of wood and cork characters to which he gives voices and movement. This is Ro’s life, until the day he finds a goldfish on the lighthouse platform.

This is a two part video clip of this animated short film, running time: 13 min, posted by headlessbird ;


Le cyclope de la mer, part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuBkAE7Qo3I


Le cyclope de la mer, part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xtxg1P04Dkk

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September 22, 2008 Posted by | France, Music_Chanson, Music_OST, OTHER_CINEMA, Yann Tiersen_music, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Yo La Tengo – They Shoot, We Score (09/2008)

Yo La Tengo – They Shoot, We Score (09/2008)

A wonderful collection of quite diverse YLT soundtrack work.

This includes their rather good score for OLD JOY, the subtle low budget masterpiece starring , which we’ve already posted HERE!

Matador Records and Yo La Tengo have decided that it’s high time put Yo La Tengo’s film score work on to a handy, all-in-one compilation. Titled They Shoot, We Score, it will feature 27 pieces of music with artwork from the films.

“Nearly an hour of instrumental music. 27 tracks — 26 of them previously unreleased. Eight-page booklet features posters from around the world. Four different front covers, one for each movie. Don’t collect them all, and don’t ask for a specific one — they will be sent out according to a random-number generator by our blindfolded mail-order crew,” reads the announcement from Matador.

They Shoot, We Score was released on September 5th via the Egon imprint.

Old Joy:

01 Leaving Home
02 Getting Lost
03 Path to Springs
04 Driving Home
05 Leaving Home (alternate version)
06 Old Joy: End Credits

Junebug:

07 Ashley
08 Meerkats
09 Madeline
10 A Roomful of Ladies (outtake)
11 David Wark
12 Aftermath (outtake)
13 George

Game 6:

14 This Could Be It
15 The Phantom Who Haunts Broadway
16 Game Time
17 Pharaoh Blues
18 Zoo Chant
19 Love Chant
20 Asbestos
21 Return of the Pharaoh
22 Spec Bebop
23 Buckner’s Boner

Shortbus:

24 Isolation Tank
25 Panic in Central Park (outtake)
26 Panic in Central Park
27 Wizard’s Sleeve

Here be YLT

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September 16, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_OST, Will Oldham, Yo La Tengo, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

Darjeeling Limited Soundtrack (2007)


Darjeeling Limited Soundtrack (2007)
Released September 25, 2007
Genre Film Score / Rock / Classical
Length 55:48
Label ABKCO
Producer Wes Anderson and Randall Poster

We do like Wes Anderson’s films! We’ve posted a lot of his OST and other stuff before – including the DVD for this filmHERE!

He’s a genius at placing music within his works.

And here once more is another quirky, disjointed, excellent soundtrack from a Wes Anderson film. A wonderfully eclectic album!

A lot of Indian music here …. unsurprisingly!

Most of the album features film score music composed by great Bengali filmmaker Satyajit Ray and other artists from the cinema of India. The works include “Charu’s Theme”, from Ray’s acclaimed 1964 film, Charulata.

The album also features three songs by The Kinks, “Powerman”, “Strangers” and “This Time Tomorrow”, all from the 1970 album Lola versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One,

The album also features “Play With Fire” by The Rolling Stones. This is actually the first Wes Anderson soundtrack album to feature a song by The Rolling Stones – since, although Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, and The Royal Tenenbaums all featured Rolling Stones songs, contractual reasons prevented the songs from appearing on the soundtrack albums!

Warning! There is one vile Peter Sarstedt track here!

The film is the first of Anderson’s not to feature music by Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh.

Tracklisting

1. “Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)” (Peter Sarstedt) – 4:38
2. “Title Music” (Vilayat Khan) – 2:25
* From Satyajit Ray’s Jalsaghar
3. “This Time Tomorrow” (The Kinks) – 3:25
4. “Title Music” (Satyajit Ray) – 1:25
* From Satyajit Ray’s Teen Kanya
5. “Title Music” (Jyotitindra Moitra) – 1:37
* From Merchant Ivory’s The Householder
* Performed by Jyotitindra Moitra and Ali Akbar Khan
6. “Ruku Room” (Satyajit Ray) – 0:49
* From Satayajit Ray’s Joi Baba Felunath
7. “Charu’s Theme” (Satyajit Ray) – 1:01
* From Ray’s 1964 film, Charulata
8. “Title Music” (Shankar Jaikishan) – 2:33
* From Merchant Ivory’s Bombay Talkie
9. “Montage” (Satyajit Ray) – 1:15
* From Nityananda Datta’s Baksa Badal
10. “Prayer” (Jodphur Sikh Temple Congregation) – 1:07
11. “Farewell to Earnest” (Jyotitindra Moitra) – 1:59
* From Merchant Ivory’s The Householder
12. “The Deserted Ballroom” (Satyajit Ray) – 0:46
* From Merchant Ivory’s Shakespeare Wallah
13. “Suite Bergamasque: 3. Clair de Lune” (Claude Debussy) – 4:57
* Performed by Alexis Weissenberg
14. “Typewriter Tip, Tip Tip” (Shankar Jaikishan) – 4:37
* From Merchant Ivory’s Bombay Talkie
15. “Memorial” (Narlai Village Troubador) – 1:26
16. “Strangers” (The Kinks) – 3:20
17. “Praise Him” (Udaipur Convent School Nuns) – 0:43
18. “Symphony No. 7 in A (Op. 92): Allegro Con Brio” (Ludwig van Beethoven) – 6:48
* Performed by Fritz Reiner and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
19. “Play With Fire” (The Rolling Stones) – 2:15
20. “Arrival in Benaras” (Vilayat Khan) – 1:44
* From Merchant Ivory’s The Guru
21. “Powerman” (The Kinks) – 4:19
22. “Les Champs-Élysées” (Joe Dassin) – 2:39

Here she be:

Darjeeling_Limited



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September 16, 2008 Posted by | Mark Mothersbaugh, Music_ClassicalModern, Music_ClassicRock, Music_OST, OTHER_CINEMA, Rolling Stones, Satyajit Ray, The Kinks, Various Artists, Wes Anderson, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Irmin Schmidt (CAN) – Anthology: Soundtracks 1978-1993 (3CD) .. @320 kbps

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Irmin Schmidt (CAN) – Anthology: Soundtracks 1978-1993 (3CD)
Mp3 @320 kbps:
Irmin Schmidt was the leader of CAN, the hugely influential, avant-garde rock group of the 70s. He has over the past 30 years also been involved in scoring numerous films. Some of his earlier work in this field – typically eclectic and challenging – is nicely compiled here.

After the Can years the keyboardist Irmin Schmidt’s career is largely deal with soundtracks. In this 3-CD set, the best of his soundtracks are all covered.

Disc 1 is the best, “verdi prati valse” the accordian work is excellent, and other tracks “pauline”, “rote Erde”, “qui sait” and “ritas’ tune” are extremely romantic work. Other pieces are synthesizer instrumentals occasionally supported by Can’s guitarist Michael Karoli. Some works “mountain way” shows the spontaneity of Can.

Disc 2 is more 80’s feel, with lots of synthesizers and sometimes with merits, for example, “morning in berlin”, “Balance”.

Disc 3 contains his late 70’s materials which are more experimental, for example, “wallenstein”, “Messer im kopf”, etc. “Flachenbrand” is very impressive, too.

More details; http://www.irminschmidt.com/

Tracklisting

CD 1:
1-01 Verdi Prati Valse (3:30)
1-02 Pauline (4:49)
1-03 Rote Erde (Titelmusik) (4:11)
1-04 Qui Sait (4:56)
1-05 Heimkehr (6:28)
1-06 Valse Meringue (4:53)
1-07 Es Geht Ein Schnitter (3:14)
1-08 Bohemian Step (6:26)
1-09 Zocker (3:55)
1-10 Nut’s N News (3:10)
1-11 Gesicht Im Dunkel (5:41)
1-12 Mountain Way (2:31)
1-13 Ritas’s Tune (4:41)
1-14 G. String (2:59)
1-15 Baal (6:05)
1-16 Mzungu (1:47)

CD 2:
2-01 Roll On Euphrates (Titelmusik) (3:52)
2-02 You Make Me Nervous (4:08)
2-03 Mary In A Coma (5:49)
2-04 Kein Schöner La La (4:25)
2-05 Zombie Mama (4:47)
2-06 Stille Thränen Walzer (2:22)
2-07 City Of Magic (10:48)
2-08 Ultimate City Limit (5:52)
2-09 Morning In Berlin (3:12)
2-10 Aller Tage Abend Walzer (13:52)
2-11 Asagrai (4:59)
2-12 Mörderlied (6:13)
2-13 Balance (3:32)

CD 3:
3-01 Wallenstein (9:02)
3-02 Vision (3:51)
3-03 Fürst Von Atlantis (6:05)
3-04 Man On Fire (14:57)
3-05 Solo (5:36)
3-06 Messer Im Kopf (Titelmusik) (4:46)
3-07 Endstation Freiheit (Titelmusik) (3:37)
3-08 Der Tote Bin Ich (Titelmusik) (3:08)
3-09 Lurk (2:24)
3-10 Loony’s Walk (1:14)
3-11 Flächenbrand (Titelmusik) (2:17)
3-12 Decision (3:50)
3-13 Der Elch (5:01)
3-14 Koto (1:47)
3-15 Im Herzen Des Hurrican (Titelmusik) (5:15)

Tracklisting / Credits

CD 1:
Irmin Schmidt p, keyb
Michael Karoli g
Max Lasser g (#2–7)
Jaki Liebezeit dr (#1,8–16)
John Marshall dr (#2,3,5)
Trilok Gurtu perc (#8–12)
Frank Ema Outu b (#9–12)
Manfred Schoof tp (#2,3,5)
Gerd Dudek sax (#2,3,5,9)
Barney Wilen sax (#13)
Serge Ferrara accordeon (#1–7)
Steve Baker harmonica (#2–8)
Egon Stegemцller violin (#14)
Scott Terzaghi cello (#4,6,7)
David Johnson fl (#2,3,5)
Serge Feral oboe (#2,3,5)

CD 2:

Irmin Schmidt p, keyb
Michael Karoli g
Jaki Liebezeit dr
Jean-Luc Danna dr (#4,5)
Trilok Gurtu perc (#1,3)
Reebob Kwakuba perc (#2,7,9,11)
Gaetan Massabo perc (4,5)
Frank Ema Outu b (#1)
Manfred Schoof tp (#2,6–9,11,13)
Gerd Dudek sax (#1,6,8,10,13)
Serge Ferrara accordeon (#2,7,9–11)
Egon Stegemцller violin (#6,8,13)
David Johnson fl (#10)

CD 3:
Irmin Schmidt p, keyb
Michael Karoli g (#1–12,14)
Max Lasser g (#13,15)
Jaki Liebezeit dr
Walter Keiser dr (#13,15)
Trilok Gurtu perc (#1)
Rosko Gee b (#7,10,12)
Holger Czukay b (#9,11)
Peter Keiser b (#13,15)
Manfred Schoof tp (#9,11)
Gerd Dudek sax (#2)
Bruno Spoerri sax (#5,8)
Peter Aussem accordeon (#9,11)
Steve Baker harmonica (#1)
Egon Stegemцller violin (#2,4)

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September 8, 2008 Posted by | Can, Irmin Schmidt, Music_Electronica, Music_Experimental, Music_OST, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Bob Dylan – Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid (1973)


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Bob Dylan – Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid (1973)
Mp3 160kbps
Released July 16, 1973
Recorded January – February 1973
Genre Country / Soundtrack
Length 35:23
Label Columbia
Producer Gordon Carroll

Mama, put my guns in the ground
I can’t shoot them anymore.
That long black cloud is comin’ down
I feel like I’m knockin’ on heaven’s door.

An excellent, yet, strangely, much maligned, work by Bob Dylan and a fine soundtrack to the great Sam Pekinpah’s seminal western, which of course starred Dylan in the role of “Alias”.

As described in his wonderful memoir “Chronicles vol 1”, Dylan was in this period desperately trying to seek normality and escape the shackles of his celebrity past, a past that was constantly causing problems for him and his young family.

Dylan was trying to destroy the image that the mass public still held of him i.e. angry young protest singer with a political conscience; the provider of big answers.

One of the things Dylan did in that regard was to get involved in this great film, which also starred his acolyte and friend Kris Kristofferson in the role of Billy the Kid.

Initially hired only to write the title song, Dylan eventually wrote the full score and acted in the role of “Alias.” Apparently, Peckinpah had never heard of Bob Dylan (well, Sam was drinking a crate of whisky every day!), but was reportedly moved by hearing Dylan play the proposed title song and hired him immediately!

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Some background about Dylan’s involvement in this project.
Sometime in 1972, an old friend of Dylan’s, Rudy Wurlitzer approached Dylan about contributing music to Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. Wurlitzer had written the film’s original screenplay.

“Rudy needed a song for the script,” Dylan said in an interview taken in 1973. “I wasn’t doing anything. Rudy sent the script, and I read it and liked it and we got together. And then I saw The Wild Bunch and Straw Dogs and Cable Hogue and liked them. The best one is Ride the High Country…So I wrote [‘Billy’] real quick.”

Soon, Dylan was interested in contributing more than just the title track “Billy” (described by Clinton Heylin as “a fine return to the ballad form he had forsaken after John Wesley Harding”). Therefore, Dylan asked Wurlitzer if acting in the film was possible, an idea Wurlitzer was reluctant to support.

Around Thanksgiving Day, 1972, Dylan and his wife travelled to Durango, Mexico, where Peckinpah was filming Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. Dylan had always expressed an interest in Mexican culture, and he was more than willing to make the trip.

After his arrival, Dylan met with Peckinpah and played him “Billy” and “Goodbye Holly,” both written specifically for the picture.

According to Kris Kristofferson and James Coburn – each of whom were cast in one of the title roles – Peckinpah had not originally been enthusiastic about Dylan’s participation.

“Sam says, ‘Who’s Bob Dylan?,'” recalls Coburn. “‘Oh yeah, the kids used to listen to his stuff. I was kinda thinkin’ of that guy Roger whatsisname, King of the Road guy, to do it.’ And we all said, ‘What!! You gotta see Dylan,’… He said, ‘Okay, bring Dylan down.’

Coburn continues “… So the night we were over at Sam’s house and we were all drinking tequila and carrying on and halfway through dinner, Sam says, ‘Okay, kid, let’s see what you got. You bring your guitar with you?’ They went in this little alcove. Sam had a rocking chair. Bobby sat down on a stool in front of this rocking chair. There was just the two of them in there … And Bobby played [his songs]. And Sam came out with his handkerchief in his eye: ‘Goddamn kid! Who the hell is he? Who is that kid? Sign him up!'”

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Peckinpah then offered Dylan a role in film, but it was left to Wurlitzer to find one that was suitable. Wurlitzer ultimately suggested ‘Alias.’

Dylan would later claim “that there was nobody in that story that was the character I played.” However, as Heylin reports, “not only did Alias appear in Wurlitzer’s original version of the script, but he was a real historical character, mentioned by Garrett himself in his own Authentic Life of Billy the Kid. More than merely a member of Billy’s gang, he was Billy’s right-hand man.”

However, Dylan would spend two and a half difficult months in Durango, Mexico, filming his role.

During the course of production, his part was severely reduced. Wurlitzer claims this was done at Dylan’s request, but Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid was also plagued with conflict between Peckinpah and MGM Studios. This resulted in MGM refusing Peckinpah’s request to reshoot a substantial amount of footage lost to technical error.

“Somebody dropped the main camera and for a while we had focusing problems,” recalls Coburn. “The left and right of the screen were fine, but the bottom wasn’t in focus. We needed to reshoot when we finally got the camera fixed.” Peckinpah attempted to reshoot a portion of the tainted footage, but a majority of it was ultimately left lost.

The stress also took its toll of Peckinpah, and it would ultimately impact Dylan’s role in the film as well. “[Peckinpah] was never able to sit down and figure out what Dylan was in the movie,” recalls Kristofferson. “Bob kept sayin’ to me, ‘Well, at least you’re in the script.'”

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As Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid neared completion, Dylan held a recording session on January 20 at Columbia’s recording studio in Mexico City. Filming had been so difficult, both of the film’s stars and Wurlitzer accompanied Dylan out of Durango. Wurlitzer said at the time, “Sam knows he’s losing to Dylan … but I don’t care, man. I’ve got to get away.”

Backed by local Mexican musicians and members of Kris Kristofferson’s band, Dylan had difficulty recording a satisfactory take of “Billy.” Eventually, he began paring down the arrangement , and by the last take, he was backed only by bassist Terry Paul. This final take was used for the film and later included on the soundtrack album as “Billy 4.” A brief instrumental, “Billy Surrenders,” would also be featured in the film. The session would continue until 4 a.m., but it would not produce anything else that would be considered usable.

Meanwhile, Peckinpah hired Jerry Fielding to advise Dylan on his work. Fielding was experienced in film scoring, but he held very conservative views regarding popular music. Dylan was fully aware of Fielding’s opinions regarding his work (“a lot of nonsense which is strictly for teenyboppers”), but he did not resist Fielding’s recommendations on how to score the film.

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On Fielding’s advice, Dylan sang “a relevant verse” of the “Billy” ballad “as it fit the story at [four] separate points throughout the picture.” Fielding had also heard Dylan’s new composition, “Goodbye Holly,” which was written for an important scene involving the character, Holly. Fielding recommended dropping this song and writing a new one for a scene involving the death of Sheriff Baker.

“I set up two dubbing sessions,” recalls Fielding. “Dylan had this song [‘Billy’] he’d written for which he had a limitless number of verses that he would sing in random order… So I had to tape Dylan’s song, because he had nothing written down, and have it transcribed … At the same time I asked that he write at least one other piece of music because you cannot possibly hope to deal with an entire picture on the basis of that one ballad. So finally he brought to the dubbing session another piece of music – ‘Knock-Knock-Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.’ Everybody loved it. It was shit. That was the end for me.”

Dylan recorded the final version of “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” at a session in February, this time on Warner Bros. Records’ soundstage in Burbank, California.

“It was very early in the morning,” recalls drummer Jim Keltner. “I think the session was 10 a.m. and again it all fell into place … There weren’t any overdubs on that, the singers were singing live, little pump organ, Roger McGuinn I think played [guitar]. This was for a particular scene in the movie when Slim Pickens is dying and that’s the first time I ever cried while I played. It was the combination of the words, Bob’s voice, the actual music itself, the changes, and seeing the screen … In those days you were on a big soundstage, and you had this massive screen that you can see on the wall, [with] the scene…running when you’re playing. I cried through that whole take.”

The sessions at Burbank lasted several days. Though they were much more relaxed and amiable than the Mexico City session, the process was still irritating to Dylan. At one point, he told producer Gordon Carroll that “this is the last time I work for anyone in a movie on the music. I’ll stick to acting.” Though Dylan would produce his own films and later contribute songs to other soundtracks, he would never take sole responsibility for an entire soundtrack again.

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We’ve already posted the extended sessions for this album in the boot Pecos Blues, where we get 24 outtakes from the sessions for the Billy soundtrack. Very nice!

Grab it HERE!

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As well as Dylan, there are some amazing musicians on here – the likes of Jim Keltner, Roger McGuinn and Booker T! Some guy called Jolly Roger also made his way into the studio!

The obvious highlight here is one of Dylan’s best known songs, the simple yet immensely powerful Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door, a timeless track that even the awful Axl Rose couldn’t fuck up!

However, as well as this masterpiece, the LP has some lovely and delicate instrumentals. Pared down pieces, in a style well ahead of its time.

Post-modern bands in the nineties were being gushed over by so-called critics for producing instrumental music of similar ilk!

Well, I say fuck those critics and their post-modern, post-rock darlings, and – much like the masterful film itself – let’s give this fine album the proper credit it so well deserves!

The film too was much maligned by dumb critics for years, until Peckinpah’s director’s cut, released in 1988, initiated significant reevaluation. Now, most film critics hail Peckinpah’s Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid as a classic of the western genre and one of the era’s best films!!

One of the problems with these herds of critic sheep is the heap of sheep shit that quickly builds up around them!!


Tracklisting & Credits

Main Title Theme (Billy)

Booker T, Bruce Langhorn, Bob Dylan
Tambourine — Russ Kunkel

Cantina Theme (Workin’ For The Law)

Roger McGuinn, Bruce Langhorn, Bob Dylan
Bongos — Russ Kunkel

Billy 1

Booker T, Bruce Langhorn, Bob Dylan

Bunkhouse Theme

Carol Hunter & Bob Dylan

River Theme

Booker T, Bruce Langhorn, Bob Dylan
Voices — Donna Weiss, Priscilla Jones, Byron Berline

Turkey Chase

Fiddle — Byron Berline
Banjo — Jolly Roger
Acoustic Guitar — Bruce Langhorn
Rhythm Guitar — Bob Dylan
Bass — Booker T

Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Terry Paul, Roger McGuinn, Jim Keltner, Bob Dylan
Voices — Caroll, Donna, Brenda Patterson
Harmonium — Carl Fortina

Final Theme

Guitars — Roger McGuinn, Carol Hunter, Bob Dylan
Voices — Donna & Brenda, Terry Paul
Recorder/Flute — Gary Foster
Harmonium — Carl Fortina
Cellos — Fred Katz & Ted Michel
Bass — Terry Paul
Drums — Jim Keltner

Billy 4 (Recorded In Mexico City)

Bob Dylan & Terry Paul

Billy 7

Jim Keltner, Roger McGuinn, Terry Paul & Bob Dylan


Music Published by Ram’s Horn Music (ASCAP)
Booker T and Priscilla Courtesy of A&M Records
Brenda Patterson Courtesy of Playboy Records

Songs by Bob Dylan
Produced by Gordon Carroll
Engineered by Dan Wallin
The Burbank Studios
Photography — Manuel Palomino.
Art Direction & Design — John Van Hamersveld
Dedicated to Sam Peckinpah

Here she be:

Bob, Pat and Billy

September 2, 2008 Posted by | Music_ClassicRock, Music_OST, Roykeanz, Sam Pekinpah, _BOB DYLAN, _CARTOON, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Bob Dylan – Pecos Blues

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Bob Dylan – Pecos Blues Type: CDR (1974)

From Bobsboots;

Source: Pat Garrett soundtrack sessions
Mexico City, Mexico January 20, 1973
Burbank, CA February 1973
Manufacturer / Catalog No. Spank / SP 107
Released: 1991
Quality
: 9½ stars

Bob’s Boots ref # BB-p05

Mama, put my guns in the ground
I can’t shoot them anymore.
That long black cloud is comin’ down
I feel like I’m knockin’ on heaven’s door.


We’ve written of our love for the much neglected Dylan Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid OST. An insanely under-rated Dylan album and a wonderful score. Check it out here!

The obvious highlight on the Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid OST is one of Dylan’s best known songs, the simple yet immensely powerful Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door, a timeless track that even the awful Axl Rose couldn’t fuck up!

However, as well as this masterpiece, the LP has some lovely and delicate instrumentals. Pared down pieces, in a style well ahead of its time.

Post-modern bands in the nineties were being gushed over by so-called critics for producing instrumental music of similar ilk!

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Now, on this wonderful boot, we get 24 outtakes from the sessions for the soundtrack of Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid!

The sound from these February 1973 sessions is excellent, taken from the master or a source that was close to the master itself.

You get multiple versions of vocal and instrumental numbers from the soundtrack, including three takes of the most famous track to emerge from the project “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.”

Dylan sounds earthier here than he did on most of his 1970s recordings, and there’s an agreeable backyard-hootenanny informality to the proceedings.

About half the tracks includes contributions from notable guests Roger McGuinn and Jim Keltner.

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This is a must have disc for all fans of studio outtakes, and/or the Pat Garrett material. As with the released version, there is a lot of instrumentals. There’s also a lot of Bob talking and interacting with the engineer.

The songs are direct from the studio mixing consoles, in incredible quality. The cover is Rex Features’ classic ‘Alias’ photo. The photo on the back is the ferrotype that is believed to be of Henry McCarty who would change his name to Bill Bonney aka ‘Billy The Kid’. The CD title is the result of a grammatical error. The true title of the song does not include an apostrophe. Also released as ‘Lucky Luke’.

” Incredible glimpse of Dylan in the studio. Recorded Jan & Feb, 1973. It is a stripped down bare bones & all look of some great music. The recording is excellent in quality of performance & sound. The between takes chat is quite revealing. Recommended to everyone!!!”

-Tom Fischer


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Tracklisting

Mexico City:

Billy 1
Billy 2
Turkey
Tom Turkey
Billy Surrenders
And He’s Killed Me Too
Good-bye Holly
Pecos Blues 1
Pecos Blues 2
Billy

Burbank:

Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door 1
Sweet Amarillo
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door 2
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door 3
Final Theme 1
Final Theme 2
Rock Me Mama 1 (A. Crudup)
Rock Me Mama 2 (A. Crudup)
Billy-7 1
Billy-7 2
Instrumental
instrumental
Final Theme 3
Final Theme 4
Dylan Talking


Here be Bobby and Pat and Billy … only moreso! :

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September 1, 2008 Posted by | Jim Keltner, Music_Bootleg, Music_ClassicRock, Music_OST, Roger McGuinn, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Planes, Trains and Automobiles Score and Custom Soundtrack

Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Score and Custom Soundtrack
Mp3 various kbps / RS

I want a fucking car RIGHT FUCKING NOW!

There seems to have been two separate soundtracks released for this movie;

  • the “songs only” soundtrack, and
  • the Ira Newborn score / soundtrack

We’ve already posted the excellent “songs only” soundtrack HERE! which includes a track by our favourite Irish band ever, THE STARS OF HEAVEN!

Catch the movie in DVD rip here …. Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Now, we have come across the Score- based soundtrack on the great theinfernomusiccrypt

This version contains the Ira Newborn score, together with a few songs from the “songs only” soundtrack but also a few songs not on “songs only” soundtrack!!


Posted there too is a Custom Soundtrack, made by a guy called Fritz!

So that’s three soundtracks in all! Confusing enough for ya?!


Planes, Trains and Automobiles Score/Soundtrack

1. Rush Hour (2:52) – Ira Newborn
2. The Automobile (1:48) – Ira Newborn
3. Behind the Wheel (1:53) – Ira Newborn
4. Beds (0:23) – Ira Newborn
5. Bathroom (0:32) – Ira Newborn
6. Guilty Conscience (0:46) – Ira Newborn
7. Cold (2:35) – Ira Newborn
8. Morning After (0:18) – Ira Newborn
9. Making Progress (0:40) – Ira Newborn
10. The Ride (0:24) – Ira Newborn
11. Travel (1:23) – Ira Newborn
12. Thinking Back (1:53) – Ira Newborn
13. Cars (1:23) – Ira Newborn
14. Bad News (0:21) – Ira Newborn
15. Power To Believe (5:15) – Dream Academy
16. Everytime You Go Away (5:24) – Blue Room
17. I Can Take Anything (3:51) – E.T.A.

Total Duration: 00:31:31
Total Size: 38.2 MB
Bitrates – 192, 128 (in that order)

Here she be:

Custom Soundtrack OST (Compiled By Fritz)

1. I Can Take Anything (3:53) – E.T.A.
2. Ba-Na-Na-Bam-Boo (3:03) – Westworld
3. Six Bucks (0:09) – Del Griffith *
4. I’ll Show Show You Something (3:31) – Balaam & The Angel
5. Modigliani (Lost In Your Eyes) (3:57) – Book Of Love
6. Pick-Up Sticks (0:13) – Neal Page & Del Griffith *
7. Mess Around (2:43) – Ray Charles *
8. Power To Believe (5:16) – The Dream Academy
9. Whopper (0:21) – Del Griffith *
10. Six Days On The Road (3:11) – Steve Earl And The Dukes
11. Gonna Move (3:37) – Dave Edmunds
12. I’ve Been With Del Griffith (0:32) – Neal Page *
13. Lost Again (4:23) – Yello *
14. Back In Baby’s Arms (2:05) – Emmylou Harris
15. Welcome To Marathon (1:12) – Neal Page & Marathon Agent *
16. Red River Rock (3:30) – Silicon Teens
17. Wheels (3:13) – The Stars Of Heaven
18. Continental Trailways Blues (3:12) – Steve Earle *
19. Everytime You Go Away (4:32) – Paul Young **
20. Blue Moon of Kentucky (2:10) – Bill Monroe **
21. Three Coins In The Fountain (3:07) – Frank Sinatra **
22. Flintstones (0:25) – Del Griffith *

* – not on original soundtrack

** – inspired by the film (SEE BELOW)

Fritz says “The ones that are inspired by are two that are sung in the film (Neal sings “Three Coins In A Fountain” on the bus and Neal and Del both sing “Blue Moon Of Kentucky” when they get pulled over by Mike McKean) and I could not, for the life of me, find “Everytime You Go Away” by Blue Room, so I added the version by Paul Young instead (because the Blue Room version soundS virtually identical).”

Total Duration: 00:58:00
Total Size: 53.2 MB
Bitrate: 128 – But Encoded In Superior Format “M4A” Great Quality!

You should have no problems running on your computer or mp3 player!

Here she be:

Custom

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Big thanks to Fritz and theinfernomusiccrypt

August 20, 2008 Posted by | Emmylou Harris, Music_AltCountry, Music_ClassicRock, Music_Country, Music_OST, OTHER_CINEMA, Stars of Heaven, Steve Earle, Various ArtistsThe Dream Academy, _MUSIC | Leave a comment