Broken Trail


Movie | Released: 2008 | Film release: 2006 | Format: CD
Limited edition: 1000 copies
 

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# Track   Duration
1.Prologue: Chinatown3:15
2.Ritter Arrives / Branding and Roping3:22
3.The Drive2:26
4.Cross River0:58
5.Go to Town1:17
6.Hard Times0:54
7.Spiking the Whiskey / Clouds2:04
8.At the Saloon1:33
9.Tom Rides / Tracking the Thief2:34
10.Hung Man / Chinese Camp2:52
11.Funeral1:19
12.Gold Dust Town1:10
13.Ed Bywater0:53
14.Leaviní Cheyenne1:21
15.Nola0:34
16.Shootout / Gathering the Bodies2:52
17.Da Yue2:07
18.Taking the Girls to Town1:06
19.Tie Him Up2:35
20.Nervous Nola / Attempted Rape4:12
21.Maybe a Tuba0:50
22.Ed Finds Dink / Dinkís Death2:55
23.Wanna Go Danciní ?2:44
24.Romantic0:36
25.Second Funeral1:25
26.Old and In the Way2:15
27.Edís Gang Rides1:14
28.The Leading Man1:55
29.The Indians Leave1:03
30.Up the Hill / The Horses Are Corraled2:39
31.Skeeters3:07
32.Croquet / Prarie Schooner1:27
33.Edís Hostages0:51
34.End of the Trail1:24
 63:49
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Original soundtrack from epic Emmy Award-winning Walter Hill mini-series for Sony Pictures Television, starring Robert Duvall, Thomas Haden Church, Greta Scacchi. Evocative, sensitive Emmy-nominated score by David Mansfield, Van Dyke Parks melds music both Chinese, American, spotlights unusual ethnic colors of shakuhachi flute, erhu, dizi, qudi, xun, mandolin with western colors of banjo, hammer dulcimer, cello, violin, piano, percussion. Detailed recording by Daegal Bennett, Matt Cartsonis brings everything alive. Entire album supervised, produced by David Mansfield & Van Dyke Parks.

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