آلبوم موسیقی متن فیلم Fast & Furious 8 منتشر شد. ⬇️
2 Chainz, Travis Scott, Wiz Khalifa, G-Eazy, Migos, Jeremih, Ty Dolla $ign, Sage The Gemini, 21 Savage, Lil Yachty, Kehlani, Kevin Gates, PnB Rock, Post Malone, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, Pitbull, J Balvin, Quavo, Kodak Black, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie & YoungBoy Never Broke Again.
The GIGI soundtrack appeared briefly on the cover of the first pressings of Pink Floyd's UMMAGUMMA lp. Then it was yanked, replaced by what some people believed was The Beatles' WHITE ALBUM.
Anyway I saw a copy at a thrift store and bought it. I doubt if I'll listen to it. I'll just display both covers side by side in my rock room. #gigi#soundtrackalbum#pinkfloyd#ummagumma#banned#recall#mgmrecords
This Town Has Secrets: The Soundtrack Album is NOW AVAILABLE for streaming. LINK IN BIO.
17321 March, 2019
Soundtrack From Twin Peaks - Angelo Badalamenti
This is a fantastic Soundtrack album by American composer Angelo Badalamenti, a series of fantastically haunting set of Jazz and Ambient songs which Carry a great eerie vibe to them, Composed of fantastic electronic keys, otherworldly wobbly sounding guitars and some amazing Brass melodies, complemented by the 3 beautiful and vocally great songs, courtesy of Julee Cruise, this album is truly one of the best, if not the best soundtrack albums out there.
Overall this album is almost perfect sonically and it carries a beautifully uncanny atmospheric vibe, it’s a truly enriching and fulfilling experience in which watching the show is not required to understand and feel exactly just what is trying to be conveyed with this music, and it’s bloody brilliant.
A brilliant intro which makes you feel the gray matter every second as you listen, here’s The Jackal’s intro, a movie that was made in 1997, starring Bruce Willis and Richard Gere and directed by Michael Caton-Jones.
It starts with Varshavianka, an originally Polish socialist anthem and then continues with a brilliant choice of Carter Burwell that reflects almost all of what is Soviet: Massive Attack - Superpredators.
Superpredators here definitely represents a combination of dark industriousness, shady things happening and a ruthless steel will. One thing to notice is that when the guitar distorts, the Stalin’s picture simultaneously is seen on the screen.
Review by: @seckindemirok
Her saniyesinde gri maddeyi hissettiren muhteşem girişiyle, ‘97 yapımı olan ve başrollerinde Richard Gere ile Bruce Willis’in oynayıp, Michael Caton-Jones’un yönettiği Çakal filmini şöyle bırakalım.
Aslen Polonyalı sosyalistlerin marşı olan Varşavyanka ile başlayan giriş, Carter Burwell’ın, Sovyet olan neredeyse her şeyi ifade eden şahane seçimiyle devam ediyor: Massive Attack - Superpredators.
Superpredators; karanlık bir azmi, yaşanan gölgeli olayları ve merhametsiz bir çelik iradeyi temsil ediyor. Gitar sesleri cayırdadığında Stalin’in ekrana geliyor oluşu düzenlemeyi çok farklı kılıyor. Dikkate değer.
Per i miei 40 anni appena compiuti avevo pensato di mettere un album che mi ha cambiato profondamente la vita... pensandoci su ho pensato che questo è l’album, appena regalatomi, adatto ad oggi.. perché in fondo in fondo è l’amicizia, quella VERA, che ti accompagna per tutta la vita. GRAZIE!!!!
Bohemian Rapsody -soundrtack album 2lp gatefold. #bohemianrhapsody#queen#soundtrackalbum#liveaid
26128 February, 2019
I don't usually buy soundtracks but I must admit I really am tempted. It does look like a really nice set and with the added quirk that it's on vinyl and has some gorgeous artwork tied in to the film. I think it could be a nice investment but I really don't know what to do. Thoughts anywayone?
I’m very excited to share Aqsa Altaf's short film 'The Long Farewell' with a score-only isolated audio track 🎧 🎥 To listen to the single now available on all download and streaming platforms, check out link in my bio 🤗
From the liner notes: "In this reflective exploration of childhood, filmed in Peru under the guidance of Werner Herzog, director Aqsa Altaf patiently and lovingly tells the story of two souls on their last day together.
With no dialog and minimal sound effects, the film relies on music to create a profoundly poetic atmosphere. Written primarily for synthesizers with piano solos performed by the composer, the score sometimes blends with the director’s bigger-than-life shots of the luxurious surrounding landscape (thick forests, tall trees, wide rivers, big gray skies…). At other times, it reaches for the ethereal by opening up the emotional range to depict what is only merely suggested on screen—the deep, everlasting bond between the two main characters.
While the film’s pacing is purposefully peaceful, its title gives away a certain apprehension within the story. “There’s a very interesting process of emotional tension going on,” remarks the composer, “in the sense that we know from the film’s title that a separation is bound to happen, but nothing in the storytelling itself gives the idea that this separation is indeed coming.” Leroy adds, “Everything about the relationship as we witness it feels calm and at peace… almost eerily so.” To match that feeling of serenity, the music was written freely, without a constant tempo or a bar structure to box the music in. Harmonies start softly and grow slowly, and eventually disappear back in the ether. Various textures and instruments are layered in over time to lead the story to its climatic point, and ultimately pull back to leave the audience reflecting about childhood, friendship, and the loss of innocence."
Reponemos de nuevo en CANDILEJAS la edición doble VINILO de color azul de la banda sonora del film de 2000 "O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU?" de lo hermanos Coen y música de varias bandas y solistas ... Tenemos además... otras bandas sonoras emblemáticas... @discoscandilejas
Reponemos de nuevo en CANDILEJAS la edición VINILO de la banda sonora del film de 2014 "GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY : Awesome Mix Vol 1" del director James Gunn y música de VARIOS ARTISTAS ... Tenemos además... otras bandas sonoras emblemáticas... @guardiansofthegalaxy@discoscandilejas@davidbowie
#FlashGordon is the ninth studio album and first #soundtrackalbum by the British rock band #Queen , released on 8 December 1980 by EMI Records in the UK and in February 1981 by Elektra Records in the US. It was one of two film soundtracks that they produced along with Highlander. It is the soundtrack to the science fiction film Flash Gordon, and features lyrics on only two tracks. "Flash's Theme" was the only single to be released from the album under the title "Flash". ⚡️
Unlike most soundtrack albums, audio from the film is prominently used in the songs. ⚡️
In The Space Capsule (The Love Theme)
Ming's Theme (In The Court Of Ming The Merciless)
The Ring (Hypnotic Seduction Of Dale)
In The Death Cell
Execution Of Flash
The Kiss (Aura Resurrects Flash)
Arboria (Planet Of The Tree Men)
Escape From The Swamp
Flash To The Rescue
Vultan's Theme (Attack Of The Hawk Men)
The Wedding March
Marriage Of Dale And Ming (And Flash Approaching)
Crash Dive On Mingo City
Flash's Theme Reprise (Victory Celebrations)
Flash's Theme (1991 Bonus Remix By Mista Lawnge)⚡️
Released today: my score from the animated short film Dear Alice! Now available on all download and streaming services—link in my bio!
Directed by @_animatt.abc at @svacomputerart in New York, Dear Alice is an animated short film that tells the story of Anthony, an unconfident artist, who must inspire a wide-eyed young girl, Alice, to see the beauty in her sketch before the bus they’re in reaches his stop.
The film, which was completed in 10 months time and included a team of 15 artists in production, deals with artistic growth through self-doubt then reassurance, thanks to a chance meeting with someone dealing with the same issue as yours. The director’s ultimate goal was to pull at the heartstrings of anyone watching, to make them shed a tear when the little girl felt completely abandoned, or crack a smile when she lit up as Anthony nodded for her to give it another try.
The score, written as a duet between solo violin (performed by @viopatti) and solo cello (performed by @michellepackmanmusic), plays on this newfound relationship where each character inspires the other. Both instruments are featured first by themselves, then start answering and supporting each other, to finally join together in a warm and uplifting ending. Harp (performed by @laraharp), piano, and strings provide the emotional backing.
The last and final and NUMERO UNO entry on our top 25 Movie Music moments and in all honesty here, it wasn’t even close. This movie so perfectly sums up such a magical era in music and it utilized music itself to convey that vibe. This scene, this song...this is the magic of music, this is why we do what we do.
This is a very, VERY tough one for us. We’re doing our best to avoid spoilers here, but let’s just say at this part of the movie with all that happened, and THIS song coming on...we tear up every time. Even if we actively try to choke them back...just….can’t. So perfect.
40226 January, 2019
VINYL FRIDAY. The Greatest Showman: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack album to the film The Greatest Showman. It was released on December 8, 2017 by Atlantic Records. The album became a global success following the release of the film, topping the charts in several countries including the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom and Japan. The album also reached number one on iTunes in over 77 countries. It was the best-selling album of 2018 in the United States, with 1,491,000 in pure album sales, and is Certified as 2X Platinum. The album's single "This Is Me" won Best Original Song – Motion Picture at the 75th Golden Globe Awards, and Best Original Song at the 90th Academy Awards. Featured here, is the album’s title track, “The Greatest Show”, with lead vocals sung by actor Hugh Jackman. The Vinyl LP packs plenty of punch and is a very hard album to stop playing once the needle drops. Included with the album is a full color souvenir booklet with photos and song lyrics, and a digital download card. #greatestshowman#hughjackman#zacefron#zendaya#soundtrackalbum#moviemusicals#thegreatestshowmansoundtrack
14112 hours ago
Back to Quentin Tarantino in our Musical Movie Moments journey and this one is about as iconic as it gets. By the time you get to this particular scene in the movie, your mind has already been blown multiple times and you’re basically saying “Okay QT, what next!”. This perfectly timed song was a hint at what was to come and it….was….WILD. Also fun fact, this is @hannahmehlin’s favorite movie scene of all time. #lifeisboring
63413 hours ago
So we love this movie and it’s high on our all-time Top’s list. We get that it’s not everyone’s cup of tea and totally respect that, but if you want a perfect example of how a score can COMPLETELY change the intensity of a movie scene, here you have it! I mean it's not like this scene needed any help in the intensity department, but when it's combined with this music...instant involuntary goosebumps for us.
So we get that Matthew McConaughey is like a big huge actor right now and with good reason, he’s a good actor! Although as of late he’s been playing some seriously intense and heady roles, it’s worth noting that he got his start playing basically the coolest “a bit too old to hang out with High School kids” stoner in this 1993 cult classic. If you’re not sure what made Wooderson so cool, watch him walk into the pool hall with just about the perfect song playing in the background. It’ll make sense pretty quickly!
61423 January, 2019
Here’s the score that I wrote to the animated short film Yuanfen! It is now available for your listening pleasure on all download and streaming services—link in my bio! ***
Inspired by @svacomputerart student director @amanda_sparso personal story, Yuanfen is a heartwarming tale of adoption as seen through a child’s eyes. It takes us through the beautiful and emotional journey of a young infant who travels thousands of miles from her birthplace in China to her adoptive parents in the United States.
This is one of those scenes that there was potentially 1000 songs that would have “fit” and made sense. We are of the (correct) opinion that there was only ONE song that fits perfectly and that helped make this one of the most memorable scenes from one of the greatest movies ever. Also @hannahmehlin@emily_gursky the Wolfpack lives on!
55422 January, 2019
We would be remiss and painfully mistaken to not include a track from this magnum opus of a musical drama. We are of the opinion that if you are any kind of music fan, you should make this required watching. The marriage of film and audio here is just something that has never been pulled off at this level before or since. Being basically a musical, there are TONS of amazing moments along the way, but the timing, the visuals, and the delivery of this one is just about as perfect as it gets.
59720 January, 2019
So with the sheer volume of musical movie moments to choose from, you HAVE to know that if a movie made it in here twice, that’s saying a lot. Fact is that in our opinion, this is the greatest opening scene of any movie ever. Would it have been good with some other song? Probably yeah. Would it have been perfect with some other song? Nope.
47120 January, 2019
<2001 A Space Odyssey - Also sprach Zarathustra (Peter Strauss)>
So when we first announced this feature we made it a point that there weren’t going to be any/many like “classic” move score moments. The reality of it is that if you’re having ANY kind of discussion with regards to movie music, this movie, this scene, this score absolutely must be included. This would be a close second to Apocalypse Now as far as greatest opening sequence. Like….a VERY close second.
47119 January, 2019
Listen, @ethanmehlin@hannahmehlin and I probably watched this movie...oh, I don’t know, 131 times back in the day? I mean theatrical powerhouse or not, this thing was our favorite animated movie of all time hands down. Great storyline, amazing voice acting, and just a ridiculously strong soundtrack. This scene was kind of the sad point of the movie, and the track they picked made it even harder to hold it together. Spoiler alert: I teared up a few times...like 17 at the most.