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Jed Kurzel (The Mess Hall): Slow West [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] [Digipak]

Track List

>Slow West: Orion's Belt
>Slow West: Jay's Theme - (with London Contemporary Orchestra/Jed Kurzel)
>Slow West: Let's Drift
>Slow West: Let's Drift Theme - (with London Contemporary Orchestra/Jed Kurzel)
>Mbanza Congo - (with Tawanda Manyimo/Sam Manzanza/Pasi Jo)
>Slow West: The Trading Post - (with London Contemporary Orchestra/Jed Kurzel)
>Slow West: The Swedes - (with London Contemporary Orchestra)
>Slow West: In Where?
>Slow West: Rupert's Death - (with London Contemporary Orchestra/Jed Kurzel)
>Slow West: Am Bata Uaine - (with Ali MacLeod)
>Slow West: Jay Alone Theme - (with London Contemporary Orchestra)
>Slow West: A New World (For Them)
>Slow West: After Werner - (with London Contemporary Orchestra/Jed Kurzel)
>Slow West: Fly to Rose
>Aeolian Arietta
>Slow West: Rose Ross Is Her Name
>Slow West: Absinthe Theme - (with London Contemporary Orchestra/Jed Kurzel)
>Slow West: A Falling Angel
>Minstrel's Song, The
>Jupiter and Mars [Instrumental] - (with Lone Pigeon and the Kittens)
>Slow West: Not Bad Kid
>Slow West: The Washing Line - (with London Contemporary Orchestra/Jed Kurzel)
>Theme From the Orkestra of the Dead - (with Bryan Michael Mills)
>Slow West: Kill That House
>Slow West: The Shoot Out - (with London Contemporary Orchestra)
>Slow West: Jay Alone Theme (Revisited) - (with London Contemporary Orchestra)
>Slow West: I Am a Soldier of the Cross
>Slow West: A New World (For Us) - (with Jed Kurzel)
>Slow West: Slow West - (with Django Django)

Album Notes

Composer: Jed Kurzel .

Recording information: Air Studios, London.

Arranger: Jed Kurzel .

The 2015 western road film Slow West, about a teenaged boy searching for a lost love in 19th century America, features a yearning score by Jed Kurzel (The Snowtown Murders, The Babadook). The unsettled tone of most of the music emerges from sparse, staccato arrangements that include, sometimes alone and sometimes together, acoustic guitar, plucked strings, hand percussion, and small string ensembles performed by the London Contemporary Orchestra. The soundtrack also contains several dialogue cues and other diegetic tracks such as "Theme from the Orkestra of the Dead," performed by a whistling and strumming Bryan Michael Mills as the Minstrel, as well as a closing instrumental title song performed by English experimental rock band Django Django. ~ Marcy Donelson



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