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Cushing
07-14-2012, 06:54 AM
I haven't seen this here so I thought I'd share - it's an Amazon Download so whatever that usually translates to quality wise. Quite a nice John Scott soundtrack for an appalling film.

Enjoy

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My computer isn't letting me upload the image of the cover so if anyone else can then please feel free and I couldn't upload this via the link generator so it's a cut and paste url - sorry



TRACKLISTING
CD ALBUM (SILCD1374)
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Sacrificial Dance
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Promises
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Bonnie Scotland
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Evangelists
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Interesting
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Drive to the Inn
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - May Queen's Dress
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - The Raven
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Minerva of the River
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Lost Ring
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Lolly in Love
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Beth and Steve
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Son of a Bitch Cowboy
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Butler and Cat
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Donkey
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Morning of the Sacrifice
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Ancestral Portrait
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Hunt the Laddie
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Preparing the May Queen
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Arrival at the Castle
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - The Laddie's Throne
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - The Sacrifice
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Beth Escapes
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Death of Lachlan
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Wicker Tree Burns
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Take Me to Heaven
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - End Credits 1
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by John Scott - Follow Me
Keith Easdale, June Nelson, Gordon Wilson, Lucy Hutchison, Stuart Glasgow - The Wicker Tree Song
Brittania Nicol & Keith Easdale - I Know Where I’m Going
Brittania Nicol - The Magnificat
Brittania Nicol, Susan Gibson, Ann Baton & Stuart Glasgow - The Canticle
Brittania Nicol & Stuart Glasgow - Trailer Trash Love
Keith Easdale - The Braes of Balquhidder
St.Clair Leveaux & Stuart Glasgow - The Fruity Song
Keith Easdale, Brittania Nicol, John Paul McGillivary & Stuart Glasgow - Power in the Blood
Keith Easdale, Brittania Nicol - Time’s Passing Frame
Keith Easdale, June Nelson, Gordon Wilson, Lucy Hutchison, Stuart Glasgow & The Clydebank Male Voice Choir - The Wicker Tree Song (End credits)

WildwoodPark
07-14-2012, 08:48 AM
I have this as well a very nice CD.

Disc#2 is especially enjoyable.

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Sunderella
07-14-2012, 09:01 AM
Thank you.

Cushing
07-14-2012, 09:06 AM
I have this as well a very nice CD.

Disc#2 is especially enjoyable.

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Thanks for the artwork - it is on the whole a very enjoyable experience - the music was probably the only aspect of the movie I enjoyed and it's great to hear music by John Scott for a narrative rather than a documentary again.

tangotreats
07-14-2012, 09:49 AM
John Scott never ceases to amaze... I am literally speechless listening to this. The man is 82 years old. He hasn't been flavour of the month for thirty years. And here he comes, back again, with an instant classic. Minerva of the River - particularly the final minute - written in the twenty first century for a 2010 movie... does not compute... Scott stubbornly refuses to acknowledge the film music rot of recent decades and scores this picture like it's the 1950s all over again. Bonnie Scotland... Scott has lost nothing - a glorious melody. Drive To The Inn, pure Golden Age suspense. And the action cues... suspenseful, lyrical, hard hitting, all at once.

Just wonderful. Welcome back, Scott. The world of Western film music needed this score. My hopes that mainstream cinema will eventually rediscover this sort of music - and that when they do, there will still be gentlemen around like John Scott to write them - remain strong.

Isaias Caetano
07-14-2012, 10:16 AM
Obrigado

Tracklist

CD1
Score by John Scott
1. Sacrificial Dance (2:50)
2. Promises (2:45)
3. Bonnie Scotland (1:39)
4. Evangelists (1:08)
5. Interesting (1:24)
6. Drive to the Inn (2:48)
7. May Queen's Dress (2:30)
8. The Raven (1:20)
9. Minerva of the River (3:55)
10. Lost Ring (0:32)
11. Lolly in Love (1:00)
12. Beth and Steve (3:42)
13. Son of a Bitch Cowboy (1:33)
14. Butler and Cat (1:57)
15. Donkey (2:01)
16. Morning of the Sacrifice (2:08)
17. Ancestral Portrait (1:41)
18. Hunt the Laddie (5:10)
19. Preparing the May Queen (2:07)
20. Arrival at the Castle (0:57)
21. The Laddie's Throne (1:52)
22. The Sacrifice (3:41)
23. Beth Escapes (2:19)
24. Death of Lachlan (3:58)
25. Wicker Tree Burns (1:00)
26. Take Me to Heaven (2:16)
27. End Credits 1 (2:29)
28. Follow Me (2:56)



CD2
Songs by Keith Easdale
1. The Wicker Tree Song (2:07)
2. I Know Where I'm Going (2:22)
3. The Magnificat (1:48)
4. The Canticle (2:25)
5. Trailer Trash Love (2:45)
6. The Braes of Balquhidder (1:49)
7. The Fruity Song (2:25)
8. Power in the Blood (2:07)
9. Time's Passing Frame (2:02)
10. The Wicker Tree Song (End credits) (2:07)

Lhurgoyf
07-14-2012, 11:05 AM
The original Wicker Man has such a distinctive soundtrack (I'm not purposely writing score, because they were rather songs), that I'm quite curious how Scott handle this (sort of) sequel orchestrally. Thanks for the share!

Isaias Caetano
07-14-2012, 12:54 PM
Information on this site... [Only registered and activated users can see links] And Thanks for the Explication

Boris31
07-14-2012, 01:05 PM
Outstanding !!! Classic !!! Many, many Thanks !!!

WildwoodPark
07-14-2012, 01:46 PM
If anybody want's full size scans let me know I will PM them to you.

I re-sized these to fit the page.

tangotreats
07-14-2012, 03:34 PM
After listening more, oh God, what a magnificent piece of work this really is...! It's music. Hearing this score, and not having to make excuses for it -("Oh, you can't expect the composer to match his best work from the past / Well, it's better than most modern scores / He's made concessions to the modern scoring sound but there are still hints of genius buried under the electronica")... None of that. Just pure awe. In all seriousness, some of Scott's very best work - and yes, we're talking about a man who has been in the business for over fifty years - is in this score.

There is nothing sadder than a witnessing a great artist attempting a triumphant return to his artform after years of obscurity, and realising that he really is past it, or he's too old, or he's not trying any more, or he's trying to revisit an old technique that just isn't working now.

There is nothing more wonderful than when they absolutely succeed and come up with something every bit as good as their past glories.

HOW I HAVE MISSED THIS KIND OF MUSIC.

John Scott; a genius. A man with a heart made of passion, melody, music, and life.

I see Robin Hardy (83 years old himself) already has another film listed under his Directorship. I wonder if it's too much to hope that he will again hire John Scott...?

gk2011
07-14-2012, 04:10 PM
Thanks!! A nice addition...

octagonproplex
07-14-2012, 05:20 PM
Thanks!

WildwoodPark
07-14-2012, 10:35 PM
After listening more, oh God, what a magnificent piece of work this really is...! It's music. Hearing this score, and not having to make excuses for it -("Oh, you can't expect the composer to match his best work from the past / Well, it's better than most modern scores / He's made concessions to the modern scoring sound but there are still hints of genius buried under the electronica")... None of that. Just pure awe. In all seriousness, some of Scott's very best work - and yes, we're talking about a man who has been in the business for over fifty years - is in this score.

There is nothing sadder than a witnessing a great artist attempting a triumphant return to his artform after years of obscurity, and realising that he really is past it, or he's too old, or he's not trying any more, or he's trying to revisit an old technique that just isn't working now.

There is nothing more wonderful than when they absolutely succeed and come up with something every bit as good as their past glories.

HOW I HAVE MISSED THIS KIND OF MUSIC.

John Scott; a genius. A man with a heart made of passion, melody, music, and life.

I see Robin Hardy (83 years old himself) already has another film listed under his Directorship. I wonder if it's too much to hope that he will again hire John Scott...?

Very well put Tangotreats, I could not have put it better myself.

I have been a huge John Scott fan over the years and was not let down with this release.

xphile7777
07-14-2012, 11:36 PM
Thank you! :)

moviemusicsi
07-16-2012, 11:33 AM
oh my god!!! this score has themes ... full orchestra .... its listenable .... its a proper score!!!! .........WONDERFUL!! thanks Mr Scott and thanks for posting

f@b
07-16-2012, 11:11 PM
Thanks for this one, gonna gice it a try.

TheWaterboy
10-11-2012, 07:46 AM
Thank you so much, this is a fantastic score!

scoremaniatic
12-02-2012, 07:49 AM
Please re-up this beauty, thanks :)

Misteretc
12-02-2012, 08:49 AM
Thanks!

scoremaniatic
12-02-2012, 09:39 AM
Thanks it worked now !

cullen
12-03-2012, 05:05 AM
Will give a listen thanks..

thegrizz70x7
01-31-2013, 05:48 PM
Thanks so much! haven't heard this yet, but due to my love for John Scott's music and the grand canvas that this film seems to present (even though I've mostly heard horrible reviews of the film), plus all the fantastic comments above.... I'm drooling.

Petros
03-23-2013, 04:58 PM
Thank you very much, Cushing and WildwoodPark.

Jiksaw
03-23-2013, 06:43 PM
Big thank you!!

Sirusjr
05-02-2013, 11:11 AM
NEW mp3 link to go with the other john Scotts posted lately.
Download links for Wicker_T.rar - Mirrorcreator - Upload files to multiple hosts ([Only registered and activated users can see links])

WildwoodPark
05-02-2013, 11:20 AM
Thanks Sirius does your upload have the scans as well?

I have that Silva set if anyone needs the scans.

walles
05-03-2013, 11:31 AM
THANK YOU VERY MUCH

Sirusjr
05-04-2013, 01:49 PM
Thanks Sirius does your upload have the scans as well?

I have that Silva set if anyone needs the scans.

Nope, just disc 1 and no scans. I deleted disc 2 because it was worthless.

WildwoodPark
05-04-2013, 01:50 PM
Nope, just disc 1 and no scans. I deleted disc 2 because it was worthless.
No problem if anyone needs the scans just send me a PM.

tapoktro
09-05-2013, 05:48 AM
Mirror 320kbps:
WickerTree.zip (228,52 MB) - uploaded.net ([Only registered and activated users can see links])