Naim Amor – Soundtracks Volume II. Label: OW OM Finished Recorded Products – OW OM 012. Format: CD, Album, Enhanced. Country: US. Released: 2004. Soundtracks Vol. II is a tribute to downtown Tuscon musicians that see downtown as their practice space, social club, kitchen, home.
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Soundtracks Volume 2 is a 2003 album of film music by Marc Ribot released on Tzadik Records
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Coco official OST album tracklist, original motion picture score. Original release date: November 10, 2017 Label: Walt Disney Records. Listen to full score songs Original music composed by Michael Giacchino. 1. Remember Me (Ernesto de la Cruz) (Benjamin Bratt). 2. Much Needed Advice (Benjamin Bratt & Antonio Sol). 3. Everyone Knows Juanita (Gael García Bernal). 4. Un Poco Loco (Anthony Gonzalez & Gael García Bernal). 5. Jálale (Instrumental) (Mexican Institute Of Sound). 6. The World Es Mi Familia (Anthony Gonzalez & Antonio Sol).
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Parisian expatriate Gabriel Naïm Amor relocated from his native France to the saguaro-strewn landscape of Tucson, AZ in 1997, seeking to augment his cinematic French avant-pop with particles of Sonoran Desert dust. Amor's unique fusion of classic film scores, spaghetti western jangle, and Seine-influenced subtlety has colored several Tucson recording projects since his arrival in the American Southwest. Amor's solo debut, the seven-song instrumental collection Soundtracks, appeared in autumn 2001 on Portland, OR's FILMguerrero label. With its running time of 29 minutes bridging the chasm that separates EP and LP, the reflective, graceful Soundtracks was composed, performed, and recorded in Tucson almost entirely by Amor (save token appearances by Burns, trumpeter John Mueller, and a sampled Belhom).
|1||Naming The World|
|3||On The Move|
|4||Undocumented (Pricila Theme)|
|5||A Matter Of Life And Death|
|7||What Nobody Talks About|
|8||En Lak Ech|
|9||Running For Our Lives|
|10||We Are Not Afraid|
|13||Hutzilopochtli - The Will To Act|
|14||Xipe Totec - Transformation|
|15||Tezcalipoca - Self Reflection|
|16||Quetzalcoatl - Precious Knowledge|
- Drums – Andrew Colberg
- Harmonica – Tom Walbank
- Performer, Recorded By, Written-By, Mixed By, Arranged By – Naïm Amor
- Piano, Accordion, Saxophone, Clarinet, Clockenspiel – Marco Rozano
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