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Stan Ridgway & Pietra Wexstun - Music For Mark Ryden's "Blood" Download

  • Performer: Stan Ridgway & Pietra Wexstun
  • Title: Music For Mark Ryden's "Blood"
  • Genre: Electronic / TV
  • Country: US
  • Record source: CD, Album, Reissue, Limited Edition
  • Released: 2007
  • Style: Soundtrack, Dark Ambient, Modern Classical
  • Label: A440 Records
  • Cat#: 0001
  • MP3 album: 2679 mb
  • FLAC album: 2119 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 965
Stan Ridgway & Pietra Wexstun - Music For Mark Ryden's "Blood" Download

Tracklist

1Manus Christi2:02
2Weeping2:20
3403:01
4Night Visit6:21
5Fountain2:42
6The Cloven Bunny2:00
7Baptism Of Jajo4:49
8Exit3:28
9Entrance5:50
10Blood Suite In Four Movements6:27
11Rose3:08
12Wound4:53
13Lincoln's Head3:59
14Drips2:59


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
0001Stan Ridgway & Pietra Wexstun Stan Ridgway & Pietra Wexstun - Music For Mark Ryden's "Blood" ‎(CD, Album)A440 Records0001US2003
0001Stan Ridgway & Pietra Wexstun Stan Ridgway & Pietra Wexstun - Music For Mark Ryden's "Blood" ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, S/Edition, Sig)A440 Records0001US2016
SFTRI 732Stan Ridgway & Pietra Wexstun Stan Ridgway & Pietra Wexstun - Music For Mark Ryden's "Blood" ‎(CD, Album, Ltd)Sympathy For The Record IndustrySFTRI 732US2003


Credits

  • Art Direction, DesignBrian Jackson , Mark Ryden
  • Brass, ReedsAlvin Fike
  • Cello, Violin, ContrabassLazlo Vickers
  • Executive-ProducerSean P Riley
  • Mastered ByBob Demaa
  • Painting [Paintings]Mark Ryden
  • Score, Composed By, Producer, Guitar [6 String], Twelve-String Guitar, Harmonica, Synthesizer [Prophet 5], Sampler [Samples], Keyboards [Chamberlin]Stan Ridgway
  • Score, Composed By, Producer, Piano, Organ, Synthesizer [Juno 106], Mellotron, Autoharp, Sampler [Samples], Voice [Voices]Pietra Wexstun


Notes

Blood (Miniature Paintings of Sorrow & Fear)

Recorded at Impala Digital, Venice, CA.

2007 limited jewel case edition.
Limited edition of 500 copies.


Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 7 24101 89022 2
  • Barcode (String): 724101890222


Companies

  • Recorded At – Impala Studios


Album

Stan Ridgway and Pietra Wexstun: Entrance, Drips, Baptisim Of Jajo и другие песни. Album 2003 14 Songs. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2003 CD от Music For Mark Ryden's Blood на latest release by Stan Ridgway pairs him with vocalist Pietra Wexstun, of Hecate's Angels. For those unfamiliar with Ryden, he is the now notorious painter whose work is an obsessed amalgam of pop culture kitsch, surreal darkness, and what appears to. Blood is a collaborative album by American singer-songwriter Stan Ridgway and electronic musician Pietra Wexstun. It was released on September 23, 2003 by Sympathy for the Record Industry and A440 Records. All music is composed by Stan Ridgway and Pietra Wexstun. Adapted from the Blood liner notes. Listen free to Stan Ridgway & Pietra Wexstun Blood Entrance, Drips and more. 14 tracks 53:59. Blood Suite In Four Movements. Stan Ridgway and Pietra Wexstun are now on BandCamp. New directions in music for your listening pleasure. Music and Song, Soundtracks for Film. Electronic experiments. Obscure song covers. its all part of their weird world. yeah gee. Join them. Resistance is futile. February 14, 2006. Exclusive Prime pricing. Cd Soundtrack for Mark Ryden's the Blood Show. Please retry. The soundtrack is amazingly creepy and gives life to Mark Ryden's Blood Show. Definitely worth buying if you want to evoke a greater feel when admiring Ryden's art. Read more. My respectful homage to the master painter Mark Ryden, with music composed and produced by Stan Ridgway and Pietra Wexstun for the score of Blood


Reviews of the Stan Ridgway & Pietra Wexstun - Music For Mark Ryden's "Blood" (1):
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This limited edition album comes with two covers, and sees the pairing of Stan Ridgway [late of Wall of Voodoo] and Pietra Wexstun [of Hecate’s Angels], where together they composed a soundtrack of sorts for a series of paintings by Mark Ryden entitled “Blood,” where the music was part of the installation at the Earl McGrath Gallery in New York back in 2003.

With the music be released as a limited [7,500 copies] edition triptych package that features the work of Ryden’s art, meaning that with so many copies, finding one should be rather easy, though no doubt a bit pricey.  It was a natural fit for Wexstun and Ridgway to collaborate here, as their work musically parallels that of Ryden, who’s stylistic approach is obsessed with an amalgam of pop culture and kitsch, filled with surrealistic haunting darkness, and what appears to be the face of Christina Ricci* painted over and over again in differing variations and themes.

If one is aware of the work by Stan Ridgway, you’ll instantly recognize that Blood is drawn from the work Stan did with a company named the Acme Soundtracks, prior to joining Wall of Voodoo, with this thematic soundtrack aspect being a recurring theme on many of his albums.  The music presented is lush and spooky, often hypnotic and flowing, and deeply atmospheric and melodic.  This is not the sort of ambient music one would associate with say Brian Eno, Blood is essentially quietly relentless and completes a hazed musical story within each song.

It would be easy to wave this release off as simply an ambient effort, yet it compellingly draws you in, and when you do walk through that door for a second time, you’ll find yourself ever more deeply immersed and surrounded by wordless whispers that are flanked by undefined voices featuring Pietra Wexstun that sound delightful and intoxicating, yet sinister in the same breath, where a cohesive soundtrack ushers you down a gallery of both the images of Ryden, and the dense intensity of a musical production that quietly unwraps itself, with a surprise within each package.

*** Christina Ricci (born February 12, 1980) is an American actress who began her acting career appearing in commercials and received early recognition as a child star. Her debut performance in Mermaids (1990) was followed by a breakthrough role as Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family (1991) and its sequel Addams Family Values (1993).  Following her success with the Addams Family films, she earned somewhat of a teen icon status thanks to appearances in various big budget productions, notably Now and Then (1995) and Casper (1995), which were marketed for younger audiences, before making a successful transition into adult-oriented roles with the art house drama The Ice Storm (1997).

Review by Jenell Kesler

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