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Pulse: A Stomp Odyssey


  • 1. Beat Box - Various Artists
    2. Candyall Beat - Carlinhos Brown/Timbalada/Os Zarabe
    3. Xlao Tshao - Qwii Music Arts' Trust Khoi San Music
    4. American Indian Dance Theatre
    5. Les Percussions de Guinee
    6. Click Song - Glina Mkhize
    7. Keralan Procession - Pallavur Sreedharan/Panchavadyam/Peruvanam kuttan Marar
    8. Flamenco - Eva Yerbabuena
    9. Brooklyn Bridge - The Jersey Surf Drum & Bugle Corps/The Jackie Robinson Steppers
    10. Grain Song - Tswana Village
    11. Tswana Dance - Moremogolo Tswana Traditional Dancers
    12. Underwater - STOMP
    13. Rooftop - STOMP
    14. Tsweretswere - Qwii Music Arts' Trust Khoi San Music
    15. Stomp House - STOMP
    16. Qwii Music Arts' Trust Khoi San Music - (By Mr. Bill And Mr. Ben remix)
    17. Candyall Beat - Carlinhos Brown/Tambalada & Os Zarabe (Mr. Bill And Mr. Ben remix)
    18. Pulse, The - Various Artists/Keith Wildchild Middleton
    19. Village Voices - (Mr. Bill And Mr. Ben remix)
    20. India - Shafaatullah Khan (Karsh Kale remix)
    21. Candyall Beat - Carlinhos Brown/Timbalada & Os Zarabe (Stewart Copeland/Emiiio remix)
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 1084

  • Credits
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    Engineer

    Producers: Luke Cresswell, Steve McNicholas.
    Most successful soundtrack albums either work because they happen to be collections of great songs, or because the original instrumental music they contain does a good job of evoking the moods and images of the film. Pulse: A Stomp Odyssey suffers a bit because the film it accompanies is such an intensely visual experience: The film follows the dancers from the celebrated touring show Stomp around the world as they collaborate with musicians and dancers from Spain, Brazil, South Africa, and many other countries and cultures (including a number of diverse North American traditions). The film must be wonderful, but the soundtrack leaves you feeling strangely blind. It's great, for example, to hear the massed feet and horns of the Jackie Robinson Steppers and the Jersey Surf Drum & Bugle Corps, but it's hard not to wish you could see what they were doing. That feeling recurs throughout the album. Still, on tracks like "Pulse" (featuring Keith "Wildchild" Middleton) and on a flamenco showcase featuring Spanish dancer Eva Yerbabuena, the music holds its own quite well. And the remixes at the end of the program, which feature the talents of Karsh Kale, Stewart Copeland, and others, are all lots of fun. The thing to do is not choose between the movie and the soundtrack -- you should probably get both. ~ Rick Anderson

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