American life – Primus In a town in southernmost Sicily Lived a family too proud to be poor In the year that fever took father away They hastened for American shores Now a mother and her son are standing in line It's a cold day on Ellis Isle And they look to the Statue of Liberty For the... Continuar Lendo →

Rainin’ in my heart – Slim Harpo Still rainin' in my heart Baby, we still apart Now I know that I was wrong I need you baby, come on home Since you been gone I been cryin' I've almost lost my mind So far I've cried for you in vain I need you baby, come on home, again Spoken: Honey, you... Continuar Lendo →

Jo-El Sonnier: Cajun blood

The True Detective soundtrack has been granting me so many musical delights, an intensive immersion and exploration of new artists and genres within the context of deep Americana. The next in line is Jo-El Sonnier's "Evangeline Special", a folk-country-like, uptempo, joyful song, sung in a language (obviously not English) that sounded at first absolutely incomprehensible... Continuar Lendo →

“I’m going home (to leave my troubles in the graveyard)”: Soundtracks for life (True Detective, Westworld)

Intensive immersion into 2 soundtracks, from 2 TV series, 2 passions: True Detective's and Westworld's. My life of soundtracks began with Truman Show (1998), therefore over 20 years ago. Soundtracks: such a great idea, take, "musical course" (always connected to a plot, a narrative, a story). Westworld's soundtrack only confirms that the direction/production transpose the... Continuar Lendo →

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