USA 1982 by We Stood Like Kings, released 22 September 2017 1. Holy Ghosts 2. Four Corners 3. Nuages 4. Heat Haze 5. 33 Eleven 6. Grand Illusion 7. Night Owl 8. Machines 9. Eldoradosis 10. I Like That 11. Atlas Centaur. The camera lurches from left to right following the course of turquoise waters that cut through a sandy landscape. Track Name: Heat Haze. An atomic bomb explosion rips the sky apart in a ball of shimmering flame. Track Name: 33 Eleven. Shot of bricks, the camera pulls out, tracks right and passes across a run-down neighbourhood. Figures sit in stairwells.
PopMatters correspondent Will Layman said "Marc Ribot really ought to.
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Showings of silent films almost always featured live music, starting with the guitarist, at the first public projection of movies by the Lumière brothers on December 28, 1895, in Paris. This was furthered in 1896 by the first motion-picture exhibition in the United States at Koster and Bial's Music Hall in New York City. At the height of the silent era, movies were the single largest source of employment for instrumental musicians, at least in the United States. However, the introduction of talkies coupled with the roughly simultaneous onset of the Great Depression was devastating to many musicians. A number of countries devised other ways of bringing sound to silent films.
Style: pop. Album year: 2013.
The album was partially inspired by his experience of playing live as accompanist to a screening of Charlie Chaplin's film The Kid. Some of these tunes were composed for Natalia Almada's documentary El General and others for Drunk Boat (unreleased). This is mostly the deeply melodic side of Ribot. Ribot employs both elegance and a specific rawness (not in technique but in the physicality of the guitar's sound) to get at the emotion in the melody as sung by the great vocalist.
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