- Guitar Solo, No. 1
- The Round Stones Beneath The Earth...
- Guitar Solo, No. 2
- Why Does Thou Hide Thyself, Clouds...
- Organ Solo
- Do You Know How To Use This Weapon?
- Guitar Solo, No. 3
- Nobody's Story
- Guitar Solo, No. 4
- Stupid White Men...
- Guitar Solo, No. 5
- Time For You To Leave, William Blake...
- Guitar Solo, No. 6
Dead Manby Neil Young
Even within the unpredictable Neil Young discography, this qualifies as one of his most unpredictable efforts. This soundtrack to the Jim Jarmusch film Dead Man is entirely instrumental, with the exception of some poetry read by Johnny Depp (who stars in the film) and a bit of/a>/i>/a>/a>… See more details below
Even within the unpredictable Neil Young discography, this qualifies as one of his most unpredictable efforts. This soundtrack to the Jim Jarmusch film Dead Man is entirely instrumental, with the exception of some poetry read by Johnny Depp (who stars in the film) and a bit of dialogue. What's more, these untitled instrumental passages are dominated by subterranean guitar rumbles that manage to sound both grungy and subdued. Young also takes care to vary his approach a bit, switching occaionally to pump organ, detuned piano, and acoustic guitar. The results not only evoke the hostile, desolate landscapes of the film's Old West, but work on their own terms as ambient mood music for the non-new age crowd, creating an atmosphere of restless disturbance with subtlety and grace. It's not necessarily for the typical Neil Young fan (whoever that might be), but it's certainly one of his most successful experimental efforts.
- Release Date:
- Vapor Records
Performance CreditsNeil Young Primary Artist
Johnny Depp Talking
Technical CreditsNeil Young Composer,Producer
William Blake Liner Notes
Gary Burden Art Direction
John Hanlon Producer,Engineer
Johnny Depp Contributor
Jim Jarmusch Liner Notes
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I find this cd to be really relaxing and promotes thought. Its also a good cd to just kick back and trip out on. With excerpts from the movie and poetry read by Johnny Depp this soundtrack is impressive.