"Until The End Of The World rnMusic From The Motion Picture Soundtrack"
rnrn1. Opening Titles - David Darling rn2. Sax And Violins - Talking Heads rn3. Summer Kisses, Winter Tears - Julee Cruise rn4. Move With Me (Dub) - Neneh Cherry rn5. The Adversary - Crime & The City Solution rn6. What\'s Good - Lou Reed rn7. Last Night Sleep - Can rn8. Fretless - R.E.M. rn9. Days - Elvis Costello rn10. Claire\'s Theme - David Darling rn11. (I\'ll Love You) Till The End Of The World - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds rn12. It Takes Time - Patti Smith & Fred Smith rn13. Death\'s Door - Depeche Mode rn14. Love Theme - David Darling rn15. Calling All Angels - Jane Siberry rn16. Humans From Earth - T-Bone Burnett rn17. Sleeping In The Devil\'s Bed - Daniel Lanois rn18. Until The End Of The World - U2 rn19. Finale - David DarlingrnrnAll Musics 128 Kbps!rnrn Amazon.comrnThis 1991 companion to German director Wim Wenders\'s film sets a high water mark for the intelligent use of cutting-edge popular (and we\'re using that term in its broadest sense) music on film, deservedly cracking onto critical lists for the best releases of that year, period. The contemplative thriller\'s setting at the end of the millenium is answered by a remarkable repertory of artists including Talking Heads, Neneh Cherry, Lou Reed, Elvis Costello, R.E.M., Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Patti Smith, Jane Siberry with k.d. lang, T-Bone Burnett, Daniel Lanois and U2, a de facto dream team. Nearly all these performances rnwere unheard at the time of release, and beyond the evident marquee lustre there\'s an underlying cohesion to the sense of yearning that prevails. Both Cave and U2 build powerful songs around the title theme, Elvis offers a brilliant Ray Davies cover, and the Siberry/lang classic, "Calling All Angels," summarizes the spiritual underpinnings of this thoroughly modern, ultimately timeless classic in film music. --Sam Sutherland rnrnPosted by espantalhornhttp://www.makingoff.org