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Brazil

Brazil

Silver Screen Edition
Milan Records (M2-36151)

Release Date: January 31, 2006

Conducted by Michael Kamen

Performed by
The National Philharmonic Orchestra of London

Formats: CD, Digital

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1. Central Services / The Office

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 1:41
2. Sam Lowry's 1st Dream / "Brazil"

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 2:10
3. Ducts

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 0:42
4. Waiting for Daddy / Same Lowry's Wetter Dream "The Monoliths Erupt"

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 3:00
5. Truck Drive

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 1:15
6. The Restaurant (You've Got to Say the Number)

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 1:33
7. Mr. Helpman

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 1:14
8. The Elevator

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 0:45
9. Jill Brazil / Power Station

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 2:07
10. The Party (Part 1) / Plastic Surgery

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 1:05
11. Ducting Dream

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 1:51
12. Brazil - Geoff Muldaur

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 3:26
13. Days & Nights in Kyoto - The Party (Part 2)

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 1:17
14. The Morning After

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 1:46
15. Escape?

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 1:03
16. The Battle

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 4:30
17. Harry Tuttle - "A Man Consumed By Paperwork"

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 1:50
18. Mothers Funeral / Forces of Darkness

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 1:44
19. Escape! No Escape!

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 2:26
20. Bachianos Brazil Samba

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 2:58
21. Terry Gilliam Interview (bonus)

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 11:07
  Total Album Time: 49:30

From the Manufacturer

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.

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