phone call (cruel intentions) ... how is this even possible to compose such a beautiful melody ? it makes me sad... it makes me happy... it's a rollercoaster of different emotions. I can't even find the right words.
hello! could you vote here: http://www.lastfm.pl/music/Edward+Shearmur+%5BConductor%5D+&+Shearmur,+Ed+%5BComposer%5D to change this long and fake name into just "Edward Shearmur"? It'd mean a lot to me - I like all my scrobbles look nice :) (who doesn't?)
This may seem like a very stupid question but one I am nonetheless desperate to ask - could anyone specifically identify the style of music that Edward Shearmur uses frequently throughout this soundtrack. It is the same style of acoustic guitar playing used in the beginning of opening titles - a kind of melancholic, atmospheric and mournful style of simple acoustic plucking, obviously derived from american folk music. I ask this question because its a style I often hear being used in soundtracks (very fitting usually) yet I can't seem to identify the style so that I can track down some artists. I have come across the terms Bluegrass and Americana but this a very loose terms that seem to only vaguely relate to the style I am trying to identify! If anyone could help I would be very grateful!! thanks
although i was lukewarm about the movie,the skeleton key, i found the soundtrack amazing and evocative,very representative of the subject and the mood of the film.the conjure of sacrifice is art- the piece sums up the movie,taking you where your eyes might not.