Boxhead Ensemble - The Unseen Hand: Music For Documentary Film download mp3 album
The first incarnation of the Boxhead Ensemble dates back to 1991 in Los Angeles, where Michael Krassner assembled a group of local musicians to improvise a score to Braden King and Larry Stuckey's student documentary, The Original Pantry Cafe. In 1996, Krassner assembled a new incarnation of the Ensemble to score the lyric film documentary by Braden King and Laura Moya, Dutch Harbor: Where the Sea Breaks its Back. Shortly thereafter, the Ensemble embarked on tours with a rotating lineup providing live soundtrack to screenings of Dutch Harbor.
The unseen hand: music for documentary film. Post Rock/Math rock. Studio Album, released in 2014. Songs, Tracks Listing. 1. Western Wishes Intro (2:49) 2. Justin's Theme (5:05) 3. The Strip (1:32) 4. The Arena (5:56) 5. Mike's Theme (2:31) 6. Gone Too Far (3:47) 7. A Simple Prayer (4:35) 8. Eight Seconds (3:29) 9. Adriano's Theme (3:51) 10.
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Quartets is the second album by Boxhead Ensemble, released on October 7, 2003 through Atavistic Records. The Unseen Hand: Music For Documentary Film. The Last Place to Go. Extended plays.
Boxhead Ensemble is a musical collective founded by composer Michael Krassner. The project began in 1991 to record music for the independent film The Original Pantry Café. Krassner is the only consistent member and Lonberg-Holm has contributed the most frequently to the project.
His fourth Drag City album, The Visitor, is named for an album that appears within Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth, recorded by the film's protagonist Thomas Jerome Newton He scored Kyle Armstrong's 2012 documentary film Magnetic Reconnection (narrated by Will Oldham). He scored the 2014 British film The Creeping Garden. Drag City discography.
The best of the group Boxhead Ensemble has always been the sound of a band just tuning up, a band just on the verge of a song beginning to gain traction, but holding back as if by some tantric popular-music attenuation, the instruments - generally those of a homespun country outfit, all fiddle, harmonica, guitar, trap-set drums - slowly joining in unison, but. never quite proceeding to a proper song. That is no less the case than ever than on the recently released The Unseen Hand: Music For Documentary Film, which just popped up this week on Rdio, though not yet on this site
Music for Documentary. From music to politics, those that will turn you vegan to the explosion of true crime series over the last few years, documentaries are definitely part of the so-called ‘golden age’ of TV and film-making. We’ve picked a few of our favourites and offer advice on finding the best music for your documentary. How to choose background music for your documentary. Using home movies, notebooks and live sessions, together with unheard tracks and a blend of unseen and archive footage, Kapadia conducted more than 100 interviews with Winehouse’s friends and family to provide a narrative around her life and show a side of her the public never got to know – it’s by turns funny and heartbreaking. The film won an Oscar for Best Documentary Feature, together with the BAFTA for Best Documentary.
The Unseen Hand: Music for Documentary Film (2014). La Hora Magica (2015). Here: Chicago Sessions (2017). Dutch Harbor – Where the Sea Breaks Its Back is a soundtrack album by Boxhead Ensemble, released on March 11, 199. mage: Boxhead Ensemble Dutch Harbor.
|Western Wishes Intro||2:49|
|Gone Too Far||3:47|
|A Simple Prayer||4:35|
|Western Wishes Outro||6:24|
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