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A Home at the End of the World [Soundtrack]

Duncan Sheik Audio CD

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1. Something Somewhere - Duncan Sheik
2. There's A Home (Instrumental) - Duncan Sheik
3. Wishin' And Hopin' - Dusty Springfield
4. Only You - Yaz
5. Soave Sia II Vento From Cosi Fan Tutte (Mozart) - Slovak Philharmonic Chorus And Capella Istropolitana
6. Leaving - Duncan Sheik
7. Because The Night - Patti Smith
8. Somebody To Love - Jefferson Airplane
9. Look Out Cleveland - The Band
10. Brothers - Duncan Sheik
11. There's A Home - Duncan Sheik
12. I Shall Be Released - Mack James And The Broadway Inspirational Voices
13. Section VI From Music For 18 Musicians - Steve Reich

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With score composed by famed singer/songwriter Duncan Sheik, A Home At The End Of The World also features songs from the '60s and '70s through the '80s, including tracks by Jefferson Airplane, Bob Dylan, The Band, Yaz, Patti Smith, Paul Simon, Leonard Cohen, Laura Nyro and more. Sheik's emotional score captures the essence of the characters' journeys through their lives and the relationships they develop along the way.

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74 of 76 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars What is Up? Aug. 13 2004
By MICHAEL ACUNA - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
For two of Laura Nyro's songs, that play such a big part of the overall soundscape of "A Home at the End of the World" NOT to be on the soundtrack CD is utterly ridiculous. "Desiree" and "Gonna Take A Miracle" are Bobby's (Colin Farrell) favorite songs and they are prominently featured in two long scenes in this movie.
Duncan Sheik is fine but Laura Nyro has withstood the test of time: if she were alive today she would be beaming that two of her songs from the early 1970's are included in a film made this year. But for those of us who are fans, this is as it should be, for her music is timeless.
As Bobby says: "She (Laura Nyro) is a goddess." Amen brotha, Amen.
(both "Desiree" and "Gonna Take a Miracle" are on Nyro's CD, "Gonna Take a Miracle")
22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars missing some tracks, but a stellar soundtrack overall... Nov. 3 2004
By Jacob Gomez - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I bought this soundtrack yesterday hoping it would serve as the perfect companion to this beautiful and unforgettable film. It comes pretty close. Though like others have mentioned, it's missing some key songs like 'It's Gonna Take A Mirale' or 'Desiree', it still captures the essence of the film quite beautifully. After listening to the half-dozen Duncan Sheik compositions, it made me re-discover his breathtaking music and realize how truly underrated he is. I can't remember the last time a movie and the soundtrack have effected me the way this one has. Dissapointiingly,this didn't fair well at the box office but I hope that more people, straight, gay, whatever, will watch this film,and perhaps like it so much that they will pick up this wonderful soundtrack. It will definitely have a long shelf-life.
31 of 37 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Unforgivable absences Nov. 2 2004
By Pedro Corbett - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
No matter who's to blame for the absence of the tracks by Leonard Cohen, Laura Nyro and Paul Simon, amongst others - it's just unforgivable. This is the first movie I've ever watched to feature 'Suzanne' performed by the song's author Leonard Cohen. Moreover, in the scene just before the song plays, Jonathan (Dallas Roberts) enters the room and hands Bobby (Collin Farrel) an original vinyl recording of Leonard Cohen's 'Songs Of Leonard Cohen' album (which contains 'Suzanne') he had just bought. Being a huge Leonard Cohen fan, of course I have all of his albums, so my disappointment stems from the fact that the inclusion of his song in the soundtrack album might have helped to introduce his music to a new generation of listeners. So here's to everybody who watched the movie and wants some more of that late sixties/early seventies feeling: go get the 'Songs Of Leonard Cohen' album, and the albums by the other artists who were left out, and leave this soundtrack album on the shelf, where it deserves to be.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Content Outstanding Feb. 8 2005
By J. Rausch - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Ok, ok, yes the soundtrack is missing some music which was integral to the movie-but taken on its own merits this is a gem of a collection. A few timeless classic (Patti Smith, Jefferson Airplane, and Yaz) mixed with some lovely new stuff from Duncan Sheik (an oft-unnoticed talent) combine to provide the best soundtrack cd, actually the best overall cd I have purchased in a while.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars COMPELLING July 27 2005
By R. Penola - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
With its flavorful mix of new and original music (but sadly lacking the poignant Laura Nyro songs that made the movie so emotionally resonant), this disc is absolutely worth listening to -- and it has a power all its own. Recalling the sweetly, deceptively simple movie, it has a folky, sublime, melancholy quality.

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