Bear McCreary’s haunting score accents the incredibly visual nature of a show about blindness. Well, See is not exactly about blindness purely from a visual sense but also how blind we can be in our beliefs and fear of change – Alex Maidy, JoBlo
Lakeshore Records is proud to release See – Apple TV+ Original Series Soundtrack, debuting Friday, November 1, the same day of the new Apple TV+ streaming service launch! The album features score by EMMY® winner Bear McCreary (“The Walking Dead”, “Outlander”). The soundtrack is currently available exclusively on Apple Music, but you can listen to “Witch Finders” now only at Dread Central! The soundtrack will be available on iTunes on December 6, and all other services on February 7, 2020.
“The film bubbles and bursts with blues, rock, and soul from the likes of cats like John Lee Hooker, Memphis Minnie, Memphis Slim, Big Bill Broonzy, Paul ‘Wine’ Jones, and more. It’s a good’un.” – Consequence Of Sound
We’re featuring Mississippi Grind Complete Edition (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Double LP vinyl album For Vinyl Month atLakeshore Records! If you haven’t listened to this ultimates blues road trip album, read further for more album details and to preview the music by various artist!
Who can resist a soundtrack full of well-chosen blues and country-and-western songs, many of which offer further testimony to the place of cards, poker chips, dice and racehorses in our national mythology? – New York Times
Mississippi Grind Vol 1: Gerry’s Road Mix (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) and Mississippi Grind Vol 2: Curtis’ Road Mix (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) released by Lakeshore Records is a two-volume blues compilation soundtrack featuring esteemed legends of Blues such as Memphis Slim, Furry Lewis and John Lee Hooker. Each volume is a musical reflections of the state mind of an individual character. A rare look into the deeper motivations of such complex and vivid men as Gerry (Slow West’s Ben Mendelsohn) and Curtis (Green Lantern’s Ryan Reynolds) each volume is different as are the fates and choices of the gambling men they represent. Through the songs of Big Bill Broonzy, Memphis Minnie and Joe Callicott, amongst others, the actions and choices of Mississippi Grindare illuminated all the more. Marshall Chapman, who plays Curtis’ mom, contributes the track “Rainbow Road”, while Leo Welch’s original track, “I Don’t Know Her Name” is also featured on the “Curtis’ Road Mix” recording. Read further for more album details!
A24 & DIRECTV present MISSISSIPPI GRIND in theaters on September 25 (find a theater).