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Björk - The Music From Matthew Barney's Drawing Restraint 9 Album

Björk - The Music From Matthew Barney's Drawing Restraint 9 Album
Performer:
Björk
Album:
The Music From Matthew Barney's Drawing Restraint 9
Style:
Abstract, Musique Concrète, Experimental, Ambient
Released:
02 Aug 2005
Country:
US
Label:
One Little Indian
Catalog:
OLI 459
FLAC size:
2492 mb
MP3 size:
2302 mb
WMA size:
2542 mb


Tracklist


1Bath
Piano [Treatments], Written-By – Akira RabelaisVocals, Edited By, Arranged By, Written-By – Björk
5:07
2Cetacea
Celesta – Jónas SenCrotales – Samuel SolomonHarp – Zeena ParkinsLyrics By – Matthew BarneyPercussion, Overtone Voice [Chanting] – Shonosuke OkuraProgrammed By, Arranged By, Edited By, Music By, Lyrics By, Mixed By – BjörkProgrammed By, Mixed By – Valgeir Sigurðsson
3:12
3Hunter Vessel
Arranged By [Brass & Woodwind], Written-By – BjörkHorn – Emil FriðfinnsonOboe – Alexandra Knoll, Christopher Gaudi, James Button, Kathy Halvorson, Scott Bartucca, Winnie LaiPercussion – Samuel SolomonProgrammed By, Keyboards – Valgeir SigurðssonTrombone – Bruce Eidem, Chris Washburn, Dan Levine, Dean Plank, Sigurður S. ÞorbergssonTrombone [Contrabass] – David BobroffTrumpet – Einar St. Jónsson, Eiríkur Örn Pálsson, Ásgeir H. Steingrímsson
6:36
4Holographic Entrypoint
Percussion, Overtone Voice [Chanting] – Shonosuke OkuraVocals, Score [Noh] – Shiro NomuraWritten-By – Matthew Barney
9:57
5Vessel Shimenawa
Arranged By [Brass], Written-By – BjörkHorn – Emil FriðfinnsonOboe – Alexandra Knoll, Christopher Gaudi, James Button, Kathy Halvorson, Scott Bartucca, Winnie LaiProgrammed By, Keyboards – Valgeir SigurðssonTrombone – Bruce Eidem, Chris Washburn, Dan Levine, Dean Plank, Sigurður S. ÞorbergssonTrombone [Contrabass] – David BobroffTrumpet – Einar St. Jónsson, Eiríkur Örn Pálsson, Ásgeir H. Steingrímsson
1:54
6Pearl
Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] – TagaqProgrammed By, Arranged By, Edited By, Written-By – BjörkSho – Mayumi Mayata
3:42
7Shimenawa
Harp – Zeena ParkinsHarp, Arranged By, Programmed By, Edited By, Written-By – BjörkSho – Mayumi Mayata
2:48
8Storm
Programmed By, Written-By – LeilaVocals, Arranged By, Edited By, Written-By – Björk
5:32
9Antarctic Return
Sho – Mayumi MayataWritten-By – Björk
10Gratitude
Celesta – Jónas SenChoir – Alisa Kikuchi, Eleanor Miceli, Henry Takizawa, Mai Kamio, Merrill Takizawa, Moe Sakurai, Raku Shigematsu, Shogo Senda, Shuhei Yamaguchi, Taro MiceliHarp – Zeena ParkinsKeyboards – Nico MuhlyProgrammed By – Valgeir SigurðssonProgrammed By, Arranged By, Edited By, Written-By – BjörkVocals – Will OldhamWritten-By – Matthew Barney
4:59
11Ambergris March
Glockenspiel, Crotales – Samuel SolomonHarpsichord – Guðrún ÓskarsdóttirProgrammed By, Edited By, Arranged By, Written-By – BjörkProgrammed By, Producer – Mark Bell, Valgeir Sigurðsson
3:57


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TPLP459CDBjörk The Music From Matthew Barney's Drawing Restraint 9 ‎(CD, Album)One Little IndianTPLP459CDUK2005
tplp459dualBjörk Drawing Restraint 9 ‎(Hybrid, DualDisc, Album, RE, Multichannel)One Little Indiantplp459dualUK2006
S/N: 10165Bjork Drawing Restraint 9 ‎(CDr, Promo)Samurai FMS/N: 10165Japan2005
IMS/2006Björk Drawing Restraint 9 [Original Soundtrack] ‎(CDr, Promo)Rhino Records , ElektraIMS/2006US2006
R2 77647Björk Drawing Restraint 9 ‎(Hybrid, DualDisc, Album, RE, Multichannel)Elektra, Rhino Records R2 77647US2006


Credits


  • Arranged By [Noh - Assistant], Other [Noh Translation - Assistant]Marcus Grandon
  • Arranged By [Noh], Other [Noh Translation]Kuniyoshi Ueda
  • Conductor [Score], Other [Score Preparation]Nico Muhly
  • Coordinator [Project Co-ordinator, Assistant]Clarice Jensen
  • Coordinator [Session Co-ordinator]Yuji Arai
  • DesignMatthew Barney, Tony Morgan
  • Design [Assistance]Alex Lee , Keith Riley, Luis Alvarez y Alvarez
  • Engineer [Assistance With The Noh Sessions]Ichiho Nishiki, Paul Fisher, Robert Garþas, Tom Hare, Yuki Kishi
  • Engineer [Tokyo Noh Sessions - Assistant]Ichiho Nishiki, Miyuki Umeda, Sturla Þórisson, Tom Webster
  • Engineer [Tokyo Noh Sessions]Takahiro Uchida
  • Mixed ByPaul 'P-Dub' Walton
  • Photography – Chris Winget
  • ProducerBjörk
  • Recorded By, EngineerValgeir Sigurðsson


Notes


℗ © 2005 One Little Indian Records.
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by One Little Indian Records and is distributed by Navarre Corporation, Minneapolis, MN 55128.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 827954045914


Companies


  • Record Company – One Little Indian US – OLI 459
  • Distributed By – Navarre Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – One Little Indian Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – One Little Indian Ltd.


Album


The Music from Matthew Barney's Drawing Restraint 9 is a soundtrack created by Björk in collaboration with her then-partner Matthew Barney for his film of the same title. For this project Björk traveled to Japan to study ancient Japanese music. Several tracks are made with the sound of the shō, a Japanese instrument which contains 16 various reeds the shō performances are from Mayumi Miyata, one of the world's greatest shō players. She also appears in the film, playing her instrument. The song. What we can report is that Matthew Barney and Björk work well together on the tracks they wrote together-both touch on root instincts and emotions, using surprisingly adept and modern tools. The advantage the listener has in this CD is a more straightforward narrative drive. The vocals on this album are outstanding, especially an early Will Oldham track that draws a great deal of inspiration from Captain Beefheart. Most surprising, Björks voice only shows up on two tracks. Without her superstar voice, the mood and feel of her compositions is allowed to come through, and it survives very well. Listen free to Björk The Music From Matthew Barney's Drawing Restraint 9 Gratitude, Pearl and more. 11 tracks 52:02. Though Björk has written music for films before, her collaboration with Matthew Barney on Drawing Restraint 9 is a much deeper and more natural pairing, which makes sense, considering that they're partners in life and now in art. Björk's pieces for the film reflect its fusions of the contemporary with the ancient, and the organic with the technological - themes that she has dealt with in her own work, especially on later albums like Medúlla. The Music from Matthew Barney's Drawing Restraint 9 is a soundtrack created by Björk in collaboration with her. to a melody by Matthew Barney. Björk's vocals feature only on the tracks Bath, Storm, and Cetacea. Gratitude, Shimenawa and Cetacea feature harp player a href pagesw108502515841511 Zeena Parkinsa , who previously collaborated with Björk on her 2001 album i a href pagesw109678005725632 Vespertinea i. Hunter Vessel was later re-used on her album i a. Other Björk albums: Medúlla. Björk 14 tracks Released in 2004 Electronic. Pleasure Is All Mine. Show Me Forgiveness. Where Is The Line. Listen full album. Björk 7 tracks Released in 2000 Electronic. View all Björk albums. The Music From Matthew Barneys Drawing Restraint 9. 11 tracks. Released in 2005. Drawing Restraint 9 is the soundtrack album by Björk in collaboration with her then-partner Matthew Barney for his film of the same title. For this project Björk travelled to Japan to study ancient Japanese music. Several tracks are made with the sound of the shō, a Japanese instrument which contains 16 various reeds. Hunter Vessel was later sampled on her 2007 album Volta for the tracks Vertebræ by Vertebræ and Declare Independence. Drawing Restraint 9 Q&A. Music from Matthew Barney's film 'Drawing Restraint 9' by Icelandic singer-songwriter Bjrk. Vinyl April 12, 2019. Please remember, Bjork did this album for her boyfriend Matthew Barney's art opus Drawing Restraint 9, so bear in mind, this is a soundtrack to an art film. I believe that in the exploration of sound and layering, Bjork has created a symbolic world of confusion, based upon the psychological implications of memory, restraint, and the ocean. This is not a good radio album, but if that turns you on, then feel free to lose yourself in the miasma of noise. Read more


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