In Brazil, Michael Kamen achieves what few composers in any medium have done: fuse a stunning variety of forms (ranging from symphonic to jazz to 30's pop), stuff them with allusions (everything from Maurice Ravel to Woody Woodpecker) - and make the final result as gloriously, giddily romantic as it is heartbreaking. With Brazil, Michael Kamen has created one of the greatest dreamscapes in music. Bonus Material: exclusive interview with Terry Gilliam, discussing Brazil's music, his role as the film’s director and his perspective on film music today.
01. Central Services / The Office 02. Sam Lowry's 1st Dream / "Brazil" 03. Ducts 04. Waiting For Daddy / Sam Lowry's Wetter Dream "The Monoliths Erupt" 05. Truck Drive 06. The Restaurant (You've Got to Say the Number) 07. Mr Helpmann 08. The Elevator 09. Jill Brazil / Power Station 10. The Party (part I) / Plastic Surgery 11. Ducting Dream 12. Brazil Geoff Muldaur 13. Days & Nights In Kyoto The Party (Part II) 14. The Morning After 15. Escape? 16. The Battle 17. Harry Tuttle "A Man Consumed By Paperwork" 18. Mothers Funeral / Forces of Darkness 19. Escape! No Escape! 20. Bachianos Brazil Samba BONUS TRACK: Terry Gilliam Exclusive Interview
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