ESP INSTITUTE
artist:BRIAN ENO
title:

FILM MUSIC 1976 -2020 (2LP) -pre-order-

label:UMC (UK)


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A01. ‘Top Boy (Theme)’ from ‘Top Boy’ - Series 1, directed by Yann Demange, 2011
A02. ‘Ship In A Bottle’ from ‘The Lovely Bones’, directed by Peter Jackson, 2009
A03. ‘Blood Red’ from ‘Francis Bacon’s Arena’, directed by Adam Low, 2005
A04. ‘Under’ from ‘Cool World’, directed by Ralph Bakshi, 1992
A05. ‘Decline And Fall’ from ‘O Nome da Morte’, directed by Henrique Goldman, 2017
A06. ‘Prophecy Theme’ from ‘Dune’, directed by David Lynch, 1984
A07. ‘Reasonable Question’ from ‘We Are As Gods’, directed by David Alvarado / Jason Sussberg, 2020
A08. ‘Late Evening In Jersey’ from ‘Heat’, directed by Michael Mann, 1995
A09. ‘Beach Sequence’ from ‘Beyond The Clouds’, directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, 1995
B01. ‘You Don’t Miss Your Water’ from ‘Married to the Mob’, directed by Jonathan Demme, 1988
B02. ‘Deep Blue Day’ from ‘Trainspotting’, directed by Danny Boyle, 1996
B03. 'The Sombre’ from ‘Top Boy’ - Series 2, directed by Jonathan van Tulleken, 2013
B04. ‘Dover Beach’ from ‘Jubilee’, directed by Derek Jarman, 1978
B05. ‘Design as Reduction’ from ‘Rams’, directed by Gary Hustwit, 2018
B06. ‘Undersea Steps’ from ‘Hammerhead’, directed by George Chan, 2004
B07. ‘Final Sunset’ from ‘Sebastiane’, directed by Derek Jarman, 1976
B08. ‘An Ending (Ascent)’, from ‘For All Mankind’, directed by Al Reinert, 1989



Brian Eno's first soundtrack collection album! Unreleased material and more! The first collection album of Brian Eno's film and television soundtrack work. This collection contains the most famous and lesser-known songs Eno has created in the last 50 years. Seven of those songs have never been released. Hundreds of Eno's songs have been used in films, documentaries and television. He has also created more than 20 full-length soundtracks for world-renowned directors. Film Music 1976-2020 is a long-awaited collection of 17 of Eno's most celebrated film and television soundtracks and is the ultimate introduction to Eno's vast body of work. Eno's longstanding association with film began in 1970 with the soundtrack to Malcolm Legraith's experimental short film Berlin Horse. He then went on to soundtrack Sebastian in 1976 and the long-forgotten Greek B-horror film The Devil's Village - also known as The Devil's Men - The Sacrifice of the Demon God. This was followed by his own album, Music for Films, which led to Eno's even more energetic approach to film music. Some of Eno's early film scores include "Prophecy Theme" from David Lynch's Dune: Planet of the Sands, "From The Beginning" from Dario Argento's Opera: A Bloodbath, and "Force Marker" from Michael Mann's Heat " and "Late Evening In Jersey," "Under" from Ralph Bakshi's "Cool World," and "You Don't" from Jonathan Demi's "Beloved Mafia," an emotional cover of William Bell's soul classics in Jonathan Demi's "Beloved Mafia. Miss Your Water" and others.








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