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Naked Lunch
by Howard Shore (Composer)/Ornette Coleman/London Philharmonic Orchestra

 
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More About Naked Lunch by Howard Shore (Composer)/Ornette Coleman/London Philharmonic Orchestra
 
 
 
Overview

Track Listing

1 Naked Lunch, film score: Naked Lunch
2 Naked Lunch, film score: Hauser and O'Brien / Bugpowder
3 Naked Lunch, film score: Mugwumps
4 Naked Lunch, film score: Centipede
5 Naked Lunch, film score: The Black Meat
6 Naked Lunch, film score: Simpatico / Misterioso
7 Naked Lunch, film score: Fadela's Coven
8 Naked Lunch, film score: Interzone Suite
9 Naked Lunch, film score: William Tell (Complete)
10 Naked Lunch, film score: Mujahaddin
11 Naked Lunch, film score: Intersong
12 Naked Lunch, film score: Dr. Benway
13 Naked Lunch, film score: Clark Nova Dies
14 Naked Lunch, film score: Ballad / Joan
15 Naked Lunch, film score: Cloquet's Parrots / Midnight Sunrise
16 Naked Lunch, film score: Nothing Is True; Everything Is Permitted
17 Naked Lunch, film score: Welcome to Annexia
18 Naked Lunch, film score: Writeman
19 Naked Lunch, film score: Hauser and O'Brien (Complete)
20 Naked Lunch, film score: Dual Typewriters
21 Naked Lunch, film score: Simpatico (Reprise)
22 Naked Lunch, film score: Martinelli
23 Naked Lunch, film score: Intersong (Take 2)
24 Naked Lunch, film score: Bugpowder (Take 9)

Genre: Easy Listening
 
Details
  • Genre: Soundtracks & Scores
  • Release Date: October 2014
  • Label: Howe Records
  • Format: CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio Format: Stereo
  • Producer: Howard Shore; Alan Frey (Reissue)
  • Engineer: James Sizemore; Alan Snelling
 
Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Down Beat (5/92, p.34) - 5 Stars - Excellent - "..the best use of the jazz soloist in movies since 1965, when Getz blew over Eddie Sauter charts for "Mickey One"...this is the hot new Ornette record.."

Musician (5/92, p.97) - "...like no score we've heard before...one of those rare soundtracks that increases in interest when decoupled from the film... Ornette Coleman sounds fresher than virtually all of what passes for contemporary jazz today...The sum effect is almost narcotic...beautiful..."

Village Voice (2/2/93, p.78) - "...it's hard to resist Coleman and strings...The music is better without the movie..."

 
Customer Reviews