Dead Man (Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture) (Remastered) Neil Young
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- 1Guitar Solo, No. 105:17
- 2The Round Stones Beneath the Earth03:31
- 3Guitar Solo, No. 202:03
- 4Why Dost Thou Hide Thyself in Clouds02:24
- 5Organ Solo01:31
- 6Do You Know How to Use This Weapon?04:25
- 7Guitar Solo, No. 304:31
- 8Nobody's Story06:35
- 9Guitar Solo, No. 404:22
- 10Stupid White Men...08:44
- 11Guitar Solo, No. 514:41
- 12Time for You to Leave, William Blake...00:50
- 13Guitar Solo, No. 603:22
Info for Dead Man (Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture) (Remastered)
Dead Man is the soundtrack to the 1995 Jim Jarmusch western-themed film of the same name starring Gary Farmer, and Johnny Depp as William Blake. Neil Young recorded the soundtrack by improvising (mostly on his electric guitar, with some acoustic guitar, piano and organ) as he watched the newly edited film alone in a recording studio. The soundtrack album consists of seven instrumental tracks by Young, with dialog excerpts from the film and Johnny Depp reading the poetry of William Blake interspersed between the music. The version of the main theme used over the film's beginning and end credits is not included, but was released as a promo single. The soundtrack differs from the film in that it uses background noises of a driving car while the whole plot is set in the 19th century (before cars were invented).
Neil Young, vocals, guitar
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