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Joe Bonamassa

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OMG!!!  This is so good . . . 

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Sampled a few times for Rap songs in the last couple of years and still sounding great on its own.

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V for Vendetta

 

Astralwerks Records

 March 21, 2006

 

1 Remember remember See All 2 6:39  $1.29 (Available)
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2 Cry Me A River      
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3 Governments Should Be Afraid of Their People See All 2 3:09  $1.29 (Available)
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4 Evey's story See All 2 2:46  $1.29 (Available)
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5 Lust at the abbey See All 2 3:16  $1.29 (Available)
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6 Red Diary See All 2 7:32  $1.29 (Available)
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7 Valerie See All 2 8:48  $1.29 (Available)
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8 Evey Reborn See All 2 3:49  $1.29 (Available)
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9 I Found a Reason      
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10 England Prevails See All 2 5:42  $1.29 (Available)
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11 Dominoes Fall See All 2 5:22  $1.29 (Available)
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12 Bird Gerhl      
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13 Knives and Bullets (and Cannons Too) See All 2 7:29  $1.29 (Available)
 

 

 

 

 

Hot off two critical successes (Pride & Prejudice and The Brothers Grimm), Dario Marianelli went all dark and moody with his score for James McTeigue's dystopian thriller V for Vendetta. Marianelli occasionally bursts out with powerful cues such as "Governments Should Be Afraid of Their People," but he mostly focuses on building a sense of pervasive dread and growing tension. Interspersed among his cues are three songs which in the film are part of V's personal jukebox of "forbidden" tunes; all three are intimate and lovely, and it's striking to see how well contemporary artists like Cat Power and Antony & the Johnsons sit next to Julie London's 1950s croon. Finally, many viewers of the movie have been struck by the powerful setting of the final scene to Tchaikovsky's memorable 1812 Overture. It's hard not to be. That piece is actually incorporated in "Knives and Bullets (and Cannons Too)"; the track starts with a nice-enough dramatic build-up by Marianelli, but when the overture (originally written to celebrate the Russian victory against Napoleon's troops) comes in, marking the disc's final two minutes, its sheer power and grandiose bravura make everything that preceded sound diffident. --Elisabeth Vincentelli

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Solo lute played by Hopkinson Smith

 

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Just found this on iTunes and find it amazing.

 

Artist:  Glenn Zervas

Album:  New Heaven New Earth

 

Look it up and give it a listen.

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Thats an oldy remember that one 

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