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Rachel Portman - Infamous - Music From The Motion Picture Musikalbum

Rachel Portman - Infamous - Music From The Motion Picture Musikalbum Darsteller: Rachel Portman
Titel: Infamous - Music From The Motion Picture
Stil: Score, Soundtrack
Category: Bühne, Bildschirm
Datum der Freigabe: 2007
Land: US
Etikett: Milan
Katalognummer: M2-36189
Size MP3: 2476 mb
Size FLAC: 2590 mb
Rating: 4.6


1Broken Hearted Melody
Performer – Sarah Vaughan
2Truman Decides To Open Up / The Killings
Performer – Rachel Portman
3The Twist
Performer – Hank Ballard
4There's A Goldmine In The Sky
Performer – Daniel Craig
5Truman's Mother
Performer – Rachel Portman
6Porn Magazines
Performer – Rachel Portman
7What Is This Thing Called Love
Performer – Gwyneth Paltrow, Mark Rubin Band
Performer – Mark Rubin Band
9La Cote Basque
Performer – Rachel Portman
10How About You
Performer – Johnny Bond
11There I Go Dreamin' Again
Performer – Johnny Bond
12Safe Place
Performer – Rachel Portman
13Friend Truman / End Titles
Performer – Rachel Portman
14Truman & Perry Kiss
Performer – Rachel Portman
15Truman Tries Out Lines
Performer – Rachel Portman
16Clutter Home
Performer – Rachel Portman
17Yesterday When I Was Young
Performer – Dusty Springfield
18Perry's Story
Performer – Rachel Portman


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
399 109-2Rachel Portman Infamous - Music From The Motion Picture ‎(CD, Album, Comp)Milan399 109-2Europe2007


On Infamous, Portman doesn't need to move the plot along so much as freeze frame it in the brain of the viewer when seen onscreen. When heard, however, the effect is one of melancholy moments, bittersweet harmonic gestures, and poetic understatement. Of course there are some additions to the set as well as original music. Never Let Me Go Original Motion Picture Score. Rachel Portman. Country Strong Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Various Artists. Julie & Julia Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Alexandre Desplat. When Harry Met Sally. Music from the Motion Picture. Harry Connick, Jr. 60 million songs. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Формируйте собственную коллекция коллекцию записей Rachel Portman. Music from the Motion Picture is an album by 10,000 Maniacs. The album, their first full-length in 14 years, contains eleven original songs. This album is the first to feature guitarist Jeff Erickson since he took over for Robert Buck following his death in 2000, and the first Maniacs album to feature Mary Ramsey without her longtime music partner, John Lombardo. In addition to his guitar efforts, Erickson provides the first male lead vocals on a Maniacs song since John Lombardo's vocal on the Human. Rachel Portman: English composer who is best known for scoring films. Vianne Sets Up Shop, Bess' Sons, Minor Swing и другие песни. 2009 Music From The HBO Film. Never Let Me Go. 2010 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. The Human Stain. Music From The Motion Picture Only You. Alexandre Desplat's Greatest Hits Portman. conductor: Michael Kosarin. orchestrator: Jeff Atmajian and Rachel Portman. recorded at: Right Track Recording in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States. recording engineer and mixer: Richard King engineer with Sony Music Studios, NYC from 19922007. producer: Rachel Portman. Album Soundtrack. Status: Official. Language: English. Script: Latin. Rachel Portman is genius and her arrangements and choice of instruments is delightful. I highly recommend this soundtrack. Read more. Benny & Joon is one of my favorite movies of all time. It's a movie that makes me feel happy. I love the music so much that I purchased this DVD so I could listen to it more often. The score complimented the movie perfectly. The movie is a must watch and you will love the soundtrack. Listen free to Rachel Portman The Duchess Music from the Motion Picture The Duchess, Mistake of Your Life and more. 18 tracks 42:57

Describing his film about Truman Capote, Infamous, director Douglas McGrath says "it has both the bright and the blue of that sad and gifted man." The soundtrack follows suit. It is divided almost evenly between an intimate chamber score by the excellent Rachel Portman and pop, jazz, and country songs anchored in the 1950s. Portman veers effortlessly from the jazzy "La Cote Basque" (echoed later in "Porn Magazines") to the melancholy "Truman's Mother" and the atmospheric "Truman Decides to Open Up/The Killings." Among the songs, the biggest novelty coup is the album's opener, a cover of Cole Porter's "What Is This Thing Called Love" by Gwyneth Paltrow; Paltrow acquits herself far better here than on her tracks from 2000’s Duets, but she's still far from a great singer--especially when you can hear Dusty Springfield's heartwrenching take on Charles Aznavour's "Yesterday When I Was Young" elsewhere on the CD. Fellow actor Daniel Craig sounds lightweight on "There's a Goldmine in the Sky," showing music may not be in the new James Bond's arsenal. For the real thing, check out Johnny Bond's two previously unreleased Harlan Howard songs. Now that's singing! --Elisabeth Vincentelli