Gypsy 83

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All Music Guide - Alex Henderson
Some soundtracks don't mean very much if you haven't seen the corresponding film; they're souvenirs of the movie and nothing more. But other soundtracks are able to stand on their own whether or not you've seen the movie, and the Gypsy 83 soundtrack is a perfect example. Even if you haven't seen the Todd Stephens film, this is a worthwhile compilation with strong goth rock leanings. Not all of the songs on this CD are goth, but many of them are. Claire Voyant's "Twenty-Four Years," Magenta's "Eccentricity," and Bauhaus' version of Dead Can Dance's "Severance" are state-of-the-art goth -- melodic, gloomy, shadowy, and darkly poetic. The Cure, meanwhile, is nicely ...
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All Music Guide - Alex Henderson
Some soundtracks don't mean very much if you haven't seen the corresponding film; they're souvenirs of the movie and nothing more. But other soundtracks are able to stand on their own whether or not you've seen the movie, and the Gypsy 83 soundtrack is a perfect example. Even if you haven't seen the Todd Stephens film, this is a worthwhile compilation with strong goth rock leanings. Not all of the songs on this CD are goth, but many of them are. Claire Voyant's "Twenty-Four Years," Magenta's "Eccentricity," and Bauhaus' version of Dead Can Dance's "Severance" are state-of-the-art goth -- melodic, gloomy, shadowy, and darkly poetic. The Cure, meanwhile, is nicely represented by "Doing the Unstuck." Not everything the Cure has recorded is goth, per se; nonetheless, the British band commands a lot of respect in the goth world and "Doing the Unstuck" fits right in on this soundtrack. So do two selections by the famous actress/singer Karen Black: "I Want a Lip" and "Walking in the Jungle" which was written by Venezuelan artist Irene Farrera. Neither of them are goth -- actually, Black's noir-ish, jazz-friendly performances are really torch singing. But they're moody and moody is obviously appropriate on the Gypsy 83 soundtrack. It should be noted that the native New Yorker who serves as assistant music supervisor for this CD is Athan Maroulis, an eclectic singer who is best known for his work with the goth/industrial band Spahn Ranch but has explored romantic '40s-like vocal jazz with his Blue Dahlia project. And if you know a lot about Maroulis' diverse background, it comes as no surprise that he would be part of a goth-heavy soundtrack that occasionally detours into torch singing. This soundtrack doesn't have an all-goth policy, but it's still an enjoyable disc for goth enthusiasts.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/7/2003
  • Label: Metropolis Records
  • UPC: 782388029728
  • Catalog Number: 297

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Pieces (4:34)
  2. 2 Talk to Me (3:42)
  3. 3 Doing the Unstuck - The Cure (4:23)
  4. 4 Walking in the Jungle (5:48)
  5. 5 Eccentricity - Magenta (3:33)
  6. 6 Nothing Special (4:25)
  7. 7 Twenty-Four Years (6:17)
  8. 8 I Want a Lip (2:42)
  9. 9 Severance - Bauhaus (7:17)
  10. 10 Dilaudid (Postponed) (5:53)
  11. 11 Suffer in Silence (5:51)
  12. 12 Iolite (5:51)
  13. 13 Voice So Sweet (3:12)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Jimmy Cleveland Drums
Marty Beller Percussion, Drums
Dan Petty Guitar
Doug Petty Keyboards
Dave Richards Electric Bass, Acoustic Bass
Alex Wurman Keyboards
Kenny Rampton Flugelhorn
Andy Middleton Tenor Saxophone
William Gallison Harmonica
Jeffrey Ryan Lipstein Percussion
Technical Credits
Dead Can Dance Composer
Nino Tempo Composer
Irene Farrera Composer
Perry Bamonte Composer
Marty Beller Composer, Producer
Simon Gallup Composer
Christopher Ross Composer
Robert Smith Composer
Porl Thompson Composer
Boris Williams Composer
Bryan Martin Engineer
Athan Maroulis Assistant Music Supervisor
Chas Sanford Composer
Scott Anthony Mastering
Bryan Erickson Composer
Russell Nash Producer
Ben Fargen Composer
Kitty Boots Costume Design
Anders Odden Composer
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