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Dead Man Walking by Original Soundtrack (CD) Rock Popular Folk Rock Soundtrack

Dead Man Walking by Original Soundtrack (CD) Rock Popular Folk Rock Soundtrack



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Additional Information about Dead Man Walking [Original Soundtrack] [1996] by Original Soundtrack (CD, Jan-1996, Sony Music Distribution (USA))
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Album Features
UPC: 074646752227
Artist: Original Soundtrack
Format: CD
Release Year: 1996
Record Label: Sony Music Distribution (USA)
Genre: Folk Rock, Rock & Pop

Track Listing
1. Dead Man Walkin'
2. In Your Mind
3. Woman on the Tier (I'll See You Through)
4. Promises
5. The Face of Love
6. The Fall of Troy
7. Quality of Mercy
8. Dead Man Walking (A Dream Like This)
9. Walk Away
10. Ellis Unit One
11. Walkin Blind
12. The Long Road

Playing Time: 46 min.
Distributor: Sony Music Distribution (
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a

Album Notes
MUSIC FROM AND INSPIRED BY THE MOTION PICTURE DEAD MAN WALKING contains 12 songs, all written and recorded exclusively for this album. A portion of the royalties from the sales of this album are being donated to Murder Victims Families For Reconciliation, Inc. and Hope House, Inc.Producers include: Bruce Springsteen, Chuck Plotkin, Ry Cooder, Mitchell Froom, Suzanne Vega.Engineers include: Toby Scott, Allen Sides, Tchad Blake.Includes liner notes by Tim Robbins.Bruce Springsteen's "Dead Man Walkin'" was nominated for a 1997 Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance.Personnel: Steve Earle (vocals, guitar, harmonium); Eddie Vedder, Johnny Cash, Tom Waits, Bruce Springsteen (vocals, guitar); Lyle Lovett, Mary Chapin Carpenter (vocals, acoustic guitar); Farrukh Fateh Ali Khan (vocals, harmonium); Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (vocals); Ry Cooder (guitar, electric guitar, background vocals); Larry Taylor (guitar, upright bass); David Robbins , Joe Gore, Tom Verlaine, Wah-Wah Watson (guitar); John Jennings (acoustic guitar, acoustic bass, programming); Dean Parks (electric guitar); Roland White (mandolin, background vocals); Ralph Carney (bass clarinet, hand claps); Jim Dickinson (piano); Danny Federici, Mitchell Froom (keyboards); Joachim Cooder (drums, dumbek, tombak); Gary Mallaber, Jerry Marotta (drums, percussion); James Gadson (drums); Dildar Hussain (tabla); Gene Libbea, Harold Johnson , Alan O'Bryant, Stuart Duncan, Pat Enright (background vocals).Audio Mixers: Bob Dawson; Allen Sides; Tchad Blake; Toby Scott.Liner Note Author: Tim Robbins .Recording information: 16th Avenue Sound, Nashville, TN; Conway Studi; Sunset Sound Factory, LA, CA; Thrill Hill Recording, LA, CA.Not quite a soundtrack, MUSIC FROM AND INSPIRED BY THE MOTION PICTURE DEAD MAN WALKING is the result of director Tim Robbins sending a rough cut of the film to his favorite singer-songwriters and asking them to respond in song. Not all the songs were used in the movie, but on disc they form a separate and equally powerful meditation on the same basic subjects: sin, redemption and the thoughts that run through a man's head as he awaits execution. The performers may be the most awesome group of Dylan disciples ever collected in one place--Bruce Springsteen, Johnny Cash, Patti Smith, Tom Waits and Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder (who does two mystical duets with Pakistani singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan) among them--and the sum is something like Springsteen's NEBRASKA re-seen through a chimera of eyes. The music is nearly as stark, but much more varied--plainspoken folk from Springsteen and Lyle Lovett, defiantly sassy blues from Waits and Michelle Shocked, spiritual, droning tones from Smith, Vedder and Khan. And while hopelessness and resignation flow through all of the songs, there is a gospel undercurrent as well--a suggestion that while love may not conquer all, it may somehow still survive even after all is conquered.


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