Seven Psychopaths [Soundtrack]

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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Playwright, screenwriter, and director Martin McDonagh's second feature film, the kinetic, absurdist comedy Seven Psychopaths, boasts a soundtrack that matches its maverick spirit, employing Carter Burwell Fargo, In Bruges for the score along with a handful of offerings from the likes of Hank Williams "Angel of Death", the Stone Poneys feat. Linda Ronstadt "Different Drum", Josh T. Pearson "Country Dumb", Deer Tick "Dirty Dishes", and the Walkmen "Angela Surf City," "Stranded". Burwell can conjure up dread and tension with the best of them, and his work here is stellar as usual, especially when sandwiched between works from Berlioz and Carl Orff, but it's Seven...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Playwright, screenwriter, and director Martin McDonagh's second feature film, the kinetic, absurdist comedy Seven Psychopaths, boasts a soundtrack that matches its maverick spirit, employing Carter Burwell Fargo, In Bruges for the score along with a handful of offerings from the likes of Hank Williams "Angel of Death", the Stone Poneys feat. Linda Ronstadt "Different Drum", Josh T. Pearson "Country Dumb", Deer Tick "Dirty Dishes", and the Walkmen "Angela Surf City," "Stranded". Burwell can conjure up dread and tension with the best of them, and his work here is stellar as usual, especially when sandwiched between works from Berlioz and Carl Orff, but it's Seven Psychopaths' pacing that ultimately wins out, striking the perfect balance between beauty and mayhem.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/19/2012
  • Label: Lakeshore Records
  • UPC: 780163430721
  • Catalog Number: 343072
  • Sales rank: 55,805

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Carter Burwell Primary Artist, Conductor
Linda Ronstadt Vocals
Stone Poneys Group
P.P. Arnold Vocals
Hank Williams Vocals
John Eliot Gardiner Conductor
Monteverdi Choir Choir, Chorus
The Walkmen Group
Deer Tick Group
Philharmonia Chorus Choir, Chorus
Jean-Paul Fouchécourt Tenor (Vocal)
Wolfgang Sawallisch Conductor
Orchestre Revolutionnaire et Romantique Performing Ensemble
Philharmonia Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Catherine Robbin Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal)
Teresa Holloway Vocals
Josh T. Pearson Vocals
Technical Credits
Hector Berlioz Composer
Carl Orff Composer
Michael Nesmith Composer
Carter Burwell Composer, Producer, Orchestration
Walter Martin Composer
Hank Williams Composer
Yusuf (Cat Stevens) Composer
John Bergin Art Direction
Matt Barrick Composer
Peter Bauer Composer
Paul Maroon Composer
Skip Williamson Executive Producer
Hamilton Leithauser Composer
Dean Parker Composer's Assistant
Josh T. Pearson Composer
John J. McCauley III Composer
Brian Macnelis Executive Producer
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