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V.A. - OST Blaze
V.A.
OST Blaze
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Cinewax)
27,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Film / TV
Preorder 23.11.2018
“This short life will soon be over, and my vision will be told, and songs will sound more sweeter, when those pearly gates unfold” – Blind Willie McTell, “Pearly Gates”The cornerstone of Blues and Country music is storytelling, but only the most able messengers can carry the words of another as their own. So goes the story of Texas singer/songwriter/poet Blaze Foley, whose vision has been kept alive by legendary artists like Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Lucinda Williams and John Prine. It’s in the spirit of this great musical tradition that writer/director Ethan Hawke and his cast and crew set out to create the first ever “Gonzo Indie Country-Western Opera” film, BLAZE.Hawke, an Austin native, understood the jury he’d likely face in making a film about Texas’ own drunken angels, Blaze Foley and Townes Van Zandt. An able messenger of this story, Hawke brought in the people that loved them most, including Foley’s partner Sybil Rosen (the film is based on her book Living In The Woods In a Tree…), longtime friend and bandmate Gurf Morlix, Charlie Sexton (portraying Van Zandt and overseeing music production). Alia Shawkat and Alynda Segarra (Hurray for the Riff Raff) already knew the words to Foley’s songs and went all in. Finally, songwriter and chef Ben Dickey was pulled out of the kitchen and placed in front of the camera to portray Foley, a performance by this first-time actor that couldn’t have been played by anyone else.As the cameras rolled, the actors began to sing and the singers began to act, and in many ways what’s captured in the film is the spirit of music itself. Found in the atmospheric noises of clinking beer bottles, birds, and the cast cheering each other on are the makings of any good album—a group of artists with a collective vision of creating something eternal, and doing it all, as Van Zandt put it best, “for the sake of the song.”Deluxe gatefold LP and booklet with extensive liner notes, lyrics and stills from the film. Includes essay by writer and director Ethan Hawke and a conversation with Ben Dickey & Sybil Rosen (author of Living in the Woods in A Tree: Remembering Blaze Foley). Features “Drunken Angel” (Lucinda Williams) performed by Alynda Segarra of Hurray for the Riff Raff and a duet of “Pearly Gates” (Blind Willie McTell) sung by Alynda Segarra and Ben Dickey. Includes the original song “Blaze and Sybil’s Lullaby” (Dickey) performed by Ben Dickey & Alia Shawkat. Ben Dickey – Winner Special Jury Award for Achievement in Acting – Sundance 2018
V.A. - OST Psychic Migrations
V.A.
OST Psychic Migrations
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Cinewax)
33,29 €* 36,99 € -10%
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Film / TV
Limited edition for Record Store Day 2017!For Record Store Day 2017, influential California-based board sports and lifestyle brand Volcom and Cinewax are teaming up to release the original soundtrack for their 2015 surf film “Psychic Migrations”. Directed by veteran surf filmmaker Ryan Thomas and shot on Super 16-mm film on location in the West Indies, East Indies, Australia, Polynesia, and the Americas, the highly acclaimed film builds on the rich history of surf flicks. To match the global scope of the film, the international cast of surfers includes Kelly Slater, Ryan Burch, Ozzie Wright, Dusty Payne and Carlos Muñoz, among others.To match the cinematic poetry of this psychedelic surf journey, a suitable soundtrack was necessary. Featuring proto-New Age piano music by Gurdjieff / de Hartmann, drone jams from Bitchin Bajas and Al Lover, and garage-psych from Thee Oh Sees, Cave and White Fence, the soundtrack and film are an artistic synthesis of timeless music, pulsating surf action, and breathtaking scenery. This official Record Store Day 2017 release is completed with a deluxe gatefold jacket, housing double “Pitted” pink vinyl and a digital download card for both the film and soundtrack. Includes also insert sleeves with stills from the film
Jerry Goldsmith - OST Chinatown Black Vinyl Edition
Jerry Goldsmith
OST Chinatown Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 1974 | US | Reissue (Cinewax)
26,99 €*
Release:1974 / US – Reissue
Genre:Film / TV
Sometimes, it doesn’t take very long to create something brilliant. When producer Robert Evans rejected Phillip Lambro’s original score for “Chinatown”, Jerry Goldsmith was hired to create another, from scratch, in just 10 days. Goldsmith, a 20-year veteran of the TV and movie industry with credits including “Dr. Kildare”, “Planet Of The Apes” and even “The Waltons” theme, turned in a work that was both a career peak for him and the saviour of Roman Polanski's masterpiece of neo-noir. It wasn’t quite straight Jazz, it wasn’t quite classical. It was identifiably a movie soundtrack, but an unusual one at that, leaning heavily on Uan Rasey’s mournful trumpet solos, sparingly using pianos, harps, strings and percussion, and employing sounds and crashes as overtures. It doesn’t try to speak to the film’s 1930s setting so much as to the mood and feel of the movie, a piece about political and moral corruption in a water-starved LA featuring Jack Nicholson at the absolute top of his game. Originally released as a soundtrack in 1974, and long out of print, Cinewax's reissue is remastered from the original tapes and is presented as an exact reproduction of the original album artwork featuring Jim Pearsall’s classic film art. Drop the needle and hear why Chinatown is, reportedly, David Lynch's favorite soundtrack. All material got newly remastered. Housed in a deluxe Stoughton tip-on jacket.
Jerry Goldsmith - OST Chinatown Gold Vinyl Edition
Jerry Goldsmith
OST Chinatown Gold Vinyl Edition
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Cinewax)
25,64 €* 26,99 € -5%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Film / TV
Sometimes, it doesn’t take very long to create something brilliant. When producer Robert Evans rejected Phillip Lambro’s original score for “Chinatown”, Jerry Goldsmith was hired to create another, from scratch, in just 10 days. Goldsmith, a 20-year veteran of the TV and movie industry with credits including “Dr. Kildare”, “Planet Of The Apes” and even “The Waltons” theme, turned in a work that was both a career peak for him and the saviour of Roman Polanski's masterpiece of neo-noir. It wasn’t quite straight Jazz, it wasn’t quite classical. It was identifiably a movie soundtrack, but an unusual one at that, leaning heavily on Uan Rasey’s mournful trumpet solos, sparingly using pianos, harps, strings and percussion, and employing sounds and crashes as overtures. It doesn’t try to speak to the film’s 1930s setting so much as to the mood and feel of the movie, a piece about political and moral corruption in a water-starved LA featuring Jack Nicholson at the absolute top of his game. Originally released as a soundtrack in 1974, and long out of print, Cinewax’s reissue is remastered from the original tapes and is presented with brand new artwork by acclaimed illustrator and painter Sterling Hundley, with layout by Jay Shaw.. Drop the needle and hear why Chinatown is, reportedly, David Lynch's favorite soundtrack. All material got newly remastered. Records are pressed on Gold wax, housed in a deluxe Stoughton tip-on jacket with folded 18”x24” poster of cover art. This exclusive Record Store/Black Friday release is limited to 2500 copies worldwide.Limited edition for Black Friday RSD 2016!
Dickon Hinchliffe (Tindersticks) - OST Winter's Bone
Dickon Hinchliffe (Tindersticks)
OST Winter's Bone
CD | 2010 | US | Original (Cinewax)
9,79 €* 13,99 € -30%
Release:2010 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie, Pop, Film / TV
Dramatic score by Dickon Hinchliffe (founding member of Tindersticks) … Winter's Bone is the Winner of 2010 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize!
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