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Various - Shut It! The Music Of The Sweeney FLAC album

Performer: Various
Genre: Jazz
Title: Shut It! The Music Of The Sweeney
Released: 2001
Style: Jazz-Funk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1174 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1649 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1952 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 265

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street: The Motion Picture Soundtrack is a soundtrack to the film of the same name, released on December 18, 2007.

Sweeney Todd is a fictional character who first appeared as the villain of the Victorian penny dreadful serial The String of Pearls (1846–47). The tale became a staple of Victorian melodrama and London urban legend, and has been retold many times since, most notably in the Tony award–winning Broadway musical by Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler. Claims that Sweeney Todd was a historical person are strongly disputed by scholars, although possible legendary prototypes exist.

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4513589X/ref sr 1 1?s books&ie UTF8&qid 1288613835&sr 1-1. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. Pat Gilbert's Shut It! is published by Aurum Press on the 25th November 2010.

Unlike the music of Scorpion, the sounds contained in Red Dead Redemption 2 lean towards instrumental roots music or pre-rock orchestral pop, with occasional vocal contributions from Rhiannon Giddens, Willie Nelson and D’Angelo at his most reflective. Banjo, harmonica, the jug, fiddle, cello and the Jew’s harp make sense in the context of a Western-themed outlaw game set in 1899. For Matthew Sweeney, a session guitarist (the Dixie Chicks, Neil Diamond, Adele) who helped craft music for the game in Nashville, one of the directives was to make a lot of things. Or it could be a Morricone-style thing, he adds. Writing music to soundtrack video game play has its own idiosyncratic rhythms. It’s a little bit of a movie, a little bit of a pop song, and then a little bit of The Twilight Zone, Jackson says.

The Sweeney broke the mould for British cop shows. Until it was broadcast, they'd been rather stolid, sometimes quaint, dramas like Dixon of Dock Green, Z-Cars and Softly, Softly about policemen - or even bobbies: not cops. They were about upholding the law: not breaking it: about smart blue uniforms, not kipper ties and long hair. They were about preventing or punishing violence - not about inflicting it with pleasure on villains. Then, in 1975, The Sweeney burst onto commercial television. Based on the notoriously corrupt activities of Scotland Yard's Flying Squad, it followed two.

Celebration Other Times & Places Reminiscing. Flower Power: The Music of the Love Generation. You know all these songs if you collect music from the era (or have watched a lot of television commercials or documentaries on the era), and more than likely have them, but for the price, it might be nice to have them all in one place. With hits from artists ranging from Sly & the Family Stone through Delaney & Bonnie, the Byrds, Janis Ian, the Lemon Pipers, Santana, Jefferson Airplane, Marvin Gaye, and many more, everything included here was a bona fide hit, and is regarded as historically inseparable from the period and as a key piece of rock & roll nostalgia.