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Filmworks 6

John Zorn (ジョンゾーン)

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カタログNo
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7308
組み枚数
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1
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オリジナル盤発売年
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1996
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CD
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Cyro Baptista(Percussion),  Greg Cohen(Bass),  John Zorn(Sax (Alto)),  Marc Ribot(Guitar),  Mark Feldman(Violin),  Erik Friedlander(Cello),  Jason Baker(Voices),  John Zorn(Sound Effects),  Ikue Mori(Drum Machine),  Jason Baker(Engineer),  Jim Anderson(Engineer),  John Zorn(Arranger),  John Zorn(Producer),  Allan Tucker(Mastering),  Dina Waxman(Director),  Jason Baker(Mixing),  Jim Anderson(Mixing),  John Zorn(Liner Notes),  Kimsu Theiler(Design),  Maria Beatty(Director),  David Newgarden(Associate Producer),  John Zorn(Sound Design),  Kazunori Sugiyama(Associate Producer)

商品説明

This volume of the Film Works series contains the scores for three films: Anton, Mailman, which was a short film directed by Dina Waxman that was never completed due to loss of funding in its final stages; Mechanics of the Brain directed by Henry Hills, who had worked with Zorn in the past on his sharply edited, meticulous, and sometimes gruesome films; and The Black Glove, a lesbian noir S&M film that was given a moody, subtle feel by its director and star, Maria Beatty. The three scores differed as much as the films for which they were intended. The tracks for Anton, Mailman are upbeat, swingy tunes that sound like they belong behind singing cowboys. The sections for the Henry Hills film are short, sharp, occasionally atmospheric, and definitely darker. And, perhaps most interestingly, instead of revisiting tired, old dungeon themes, the score for The Black Glove stepped even further into the realm of atmosphere by staying within only three sound reproductions: fire, water, and wind. The result is a soundtrack that evokes fear, discomfort, rest, and creepiness without rehashing the cliches of yore. Overall, these compositions are a fine addition to the Film Works series. ~ Stacia Proefrock, Rovi

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  • 01. Opening Credits/Hawaiian Postcard (02:57)
  • 02. Work-A-Day World (Anton's Theme) (03:30)
  • 03. Seductress (04:18)
  • 04. End Titles (03:11)
  • 05. Fireworks (01:51)
  • 06. Surgery Montage (01:46)
  • 07. Brain Scan (01:05)
  • 08. Witches' Cauldron (03:46)
  • 09. Houdini (03:11)
  • 10. Subliminal Perceptions (01:44)
  • 11. Measuring (01:33)
  • 12. Macbeth (03:04)
  • 13. Pendulum (02:05)
  • 14. Mechanics of the Brain (02:02)
  • 15. Part One (Hot) (19:46)
  • 16. Part Two (Cool) (07:43)

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John Zorn

The one word virtually everyone can agree on in any discussion of the work of composer John Zorn is prolific in the strictest sense of the definition. Though he didn't begin making records until 1980, the recordings under his own name number well over 100, and the sheer number of works he has performed on, composed, or produced easily doubles that number. Though now an internationally renowned mus

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