Arnalds, Olafur: Another Happy Day (Original Soundtrack)

Arnalds, Olafur SKU: 16379923
Arnalds, Olafur: Another Happy Day (Original Soundtrack)

Arnalds, Olafur: Another Happy Day (Original Soundtrack)

Arnalds, Olafur SKU: 16379923

Format: CD

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Title: Another Happy Day (Original Soundtrack)
Artist: Arnalds, Olafur
Label: Erased Tapes
UPC: 4050486062043
Genre: Soundtrack

Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnald's releases his first Hollywood film score, the original motion picture soundtrack for Sam Levinson's feature film debut Another Happy Day, starring Ellen Barkin and Demi Moore. In his own words: "In mid December 2010, I was on a holiday in China when I received an email from Sam Levinson about the film. We got on the phone at, like, 4 in the morning Beijing time and ended up talking all through the night, instantly connecting. He told me that they had been listening to my music while making the film, so the film was already very influenced by my music. However, it was not until Ellen Barkin, the beautiful force that she is, had pestered the producers for a week, calling them every day about how I am the right one for this film, that they finally gave in. The only catch was that it had to be done two weeks later, in the first week of January. So I ended up scoring non-stop all throughout Christmas, making my mother mad in the process."

1.1 The Land of Nod
1.2 Through the Screen
1.3 Before the Calm
1.4 Lynn's Theme
1.5 Alice Enters
1.6 The Wait
1.7 A Family Stroll
1.8 Poland
1.9 Out to Sea
1.10 Autumn Day
1.11 Everything Must Change
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