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Music From The Motion Picture The Assassination Of Jesse James B

by Nick Cave

Music From The Motion Picture The Assassination Of Jesse James B by Nick Cave

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Music From The Motion Picture The Assassination Of Jesse James B

by Nick Cave

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Label: Mute
Nick Cave and Bad Seed Warren Ellis have a history with soundtracks. From working with director Wim Wenders to their score of Cave's own directorial debut on The Proposition, there's a beautiful heaviness to their music that lends itself to celluloid. Their score of The Assassination of Jesse James... shows the two at their safest. While Cave's Dracula-like fingers tickling piano keys can spawn myriad dark emotions, the album's over-reliance on simple violin and cello instrumental arrangements doesn't convey the catharsis that we've come to expect from the thin black duke.

About This Album

Nick Cave and Bad Seed Warren Ellis have a history with soundtracks. From working with director Wim Wenders to their score of Cave's own directorial debut on The Proposition, there's a beautiful heaviness to their music that lends itself to celluloid. Their score of The Assassination of Jesse James... shows the two at their safest. While Cave's Dracula-like fingers tickling piano keys can spawn myriad dark emotions, the album's over-reliance on simple violin and cello instrumental arrangements doesn't convey the catharsis that we've come to expect from the thin black duke.

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About This Album

Nick Cave and Bad Seed Warren Ellis have a history with soundtracks. From working with director Wim Wenders to their score of Cave's own directorial debut on The Proposition, there's a beautiful heaviness to their music that lends itself to celluloid. Their score of The Assassination of Jesse James... shows the two at their safest. While Cave's Dracula-like fingers tickling piano keys can spawn myriad dark emotions, the album's over-reliance on simple violin and cello instrumental arrangements doesn't convey the catharsis that we've come to expect from the thin black duke.