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Page Artiste Daniel Lanois

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (26 novembre 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Bande originale, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000001EB7
  • Autres éditions : CD
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Asylum
  2. Jimmy Was
  3. Bettina
  4. Soul Dressing - Booker T. & The M.G.'s
  5. Lonely One - Tim Gibbons
  6. Blue Waltz
  7. Secret Place
  8. Darlin' - Bambi Lee Savage
  9. Shenandoah
  10. Orange Kay
  11. Smothered In Hugs - Local H
  12. Phone Call - Russell Wilson/Mark Howard
  13. Omni
  14. The Maker

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Format: CD
Comme le film, la bo est méconnue. Elle n'en reste pas moins tantôt entrainante tantôt touchante. Une vrai bande originale qui nous rapelle le film mais qui nous transporte à elle seule dans un univers de rêves et nous ramène à la réalité.
En bref, Sling Blade est un bijou à découvrir et à faire découvrir...
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HASH(0x97b22e40) étoiles sur 5 A personal favorite 4 juillet 2003
Par Bill Allison - Publié sur
Format: CD
I rarely buy soundtracks. I'm not sure why, but generally they don't appeal to me. There are a couple of exceptions. Neil Young's score to Jim Jarmusch's "Dead Man" is a classic in my book, as is "Sling Blade".
Yeah, this is my favorite film. It has been since I first saw it back in '98 and the reason I picked up the soundtrack was because the music was just so memorable. Millsberg (Benton Arkansas in real life) bears a striking resemblence to my own home town of Hamburg Arkansas. The music just does such a great job of catching that small-town feeling. Atmospheric would be an understatement and hearing this album once is not enough. It's easy to see why Billy Bob chose Daniel Lanois to score the music for his film. I can't think of anyone who could've done a better job. The music was just such a crucial part of this movie.
This album plays great late at night. It's also good for driving home in the rain and it's a perfect companion for a broken heart. It's even great to play while waking up with a cup of coffee.
Aside from Lanois' score, there're some great stand-alones here. "Soul Dressing" by Booker T. and The M.G.'s is incredible as is "Lonely One" by Tim Gibbons. "Darlin" is sweet but "Smothered in Hugs" by Local H nearly moved me to tears. Ironically, that one is nowhere to be found in the film, but when you hear the lyrics, you'll understand why it's here. I'm not a huge fan of these guys, but this is a truly beautiful song.
Last but not least is "The Maker" which closes the film. This one by Daniel Lanois is a classic and could make the album worth owning alone. Honestly, I DID cry from this song and that itself is a rare occurence.
My ONLY complaint here is that the album seemed to be missing one little tune that I really loved. It was the music from the scene where Karl and Frank meet for the first time and they're carrying the laundry bags together. I really wish that was here but still, it's not enough to take away from the rest of the album and it still gets a solid 10/10.
Reccommended for people who like atmospheric, emotional music.
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HASH(0x97b22a5c) étoiles sur 5 Sling Blade - not exactly what I expected 26 janvier 2002
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Format: CD
Listening to this soundtrack, I was somewhat disappointed to find tracks not played in the movie ("Blue Waltz", Soul Dressing", "Smothered in Hugs")on the album. What should have been on the album was the track that helped create the atmosphere of the scene when Karl revisits the shed he inhabited and the delapidated house and the father that rejected him. That track, in my opinion, set up the emotion experienced by Karl when he returns to that cruel place of his upbringing.
However, I am pleased that "Asylum" made it to the album as well as "Shenandoah" and "Orange Kay". In all, I think this album is average without the vital track that SHOULD HAVE been included.
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HASH(0x97b22c48) étoiles sur 5 Excellent soundtrack for an excellent movie. 28 juillet 1999
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Format: CD
This being my favorite movie of all time, I had to write a review for the soundtrack to match my review for the movie. The music is wonderful. It is very dark and moody, best when played on a cloudy evening. I have never heard anything that so perfectly captured the feeling of the rural south. Since I am from Hamburg Arkansas, and the movie was filmed in Benton, I get completely absorbed everytime I play it. It is great night music and it is perfect to listen to while driving. My two favorites would have to be "the Maker" and "Loneley One". They seem to define the movie. "Jimmy Was" is a little bit more up beat and "Darlin" is incredible. Daniel Lanois has incredible ways of capturing the right mood with his music. Any time I need a little bit of relaxation, I put this one in. If your a blues fan, there is some great picking also. Billy Bob Thornton really knew what he was doing with the film and the soundtrack is no exception to the film's brilliance.
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HASH(0x97b22738) étoiles sur 5 You can feel the echoes of the south's past on this one. 14 août 2002
Par Thaddeus Marcum - Publié sur
Format: CD
Maybe it was the way Daniel Lanois creates sound that made me love this cd. Most of the songs are deep and stir up the listeners thought process, an affect I've come to love when listening to music.
More than half of this cd features music by Lanois and while some of it's a bit on the rough side, tracks 1,2,3,6,7,8,13, and 14 are splendid. Emmylou Harris lovers will enjoy track #9, a track that is so enticing that it makes the listener crave another minute or two of her version of Shenandoah.
Track #14, 'The Maker', is a song that I've grown to love on this cd. I hope you will also find this cd to be the form of southern anguish I believe it is. You can almost hear the ghosts of the south calling out to you on a few of these songs.
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HASH(0x97b1d5ac) étoiles sur 5 A reawakening 8 août 2003
Par Linda McDougall - Publié sur
Format: CD
I bought this CD after the film first came out, so taken was I by the extraordinary magic it evoked. Then I lost it - until last week, in August 2003, when I found it again, and am even more impassioned not only by Lanois' originality and skill, but the brilliant way he crosses and mixes genres. Being from Quebec and living in Mexico, I suddenly felt a connection with my homeland - the only part of Canada that, like Mexico, has a patron saint: Jean Batiste, the hero of "The Maker". This CD, like the movie, is wonderful...energetic, soulful, tender, and above all, "musical" in the true sense of the word. Linda
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