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Bryce Dessner & Alejandro G. Inarritu

Bardo - Soundtrack From the Netflix Film

Milan Records - Sony Masterworks
Release Date: December 9, 2022

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1 Back to the Womb  
2 Boulevard Of Broken Dreams – Esquivel  
3 Mateo’s Freedom  
4 Absurd Metals  
5 El Día De Mi Suerte – Orquesta Pavel Urkiza & Luis Bofill  
6 Liminal  
7 Father Ghost  
8 Let’s Dance – David Bowie  
9 Dreaming a Dream  
10 Migration Dreams  
11 Aguanile – Orquesta Pavel Urkiza & Luis Bofill  
12 Lost Silbido  
13 Mi Niña (Acapella Version) – José José  
14 Silbido Tlayacapan  
15 Silverio Last Train  
16 La Pava Congona – Andrés Landero  
17 In the Cage (Excerpt) – Genesis  
18 Aquarium  
19 Salsa y Bembé – Joe Cuba Sextet  
20 Bardo Finale  
21 Juanga  
22 Qué Lio – Willie Colón & Héctor Lavoe  
23 Mirror Lamento  
24 Los Aretes de la Luna – La Sonora Mantacera  
25 Silbido Arpa Jarocha / Silbido a Cappella  
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Milan Records today announces the release of BARDO (SOUNDTRACK FROM THE NETFLIX FILM), an album of music from five-time Academy Award®-winner Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s latest film by BRYCE DESSNER and ALEJANDRO G. IÑÁRRITU. Available Friday, December 9, the album features an original score co-composed by Dessner and Iñárritu to accompany the profoundly moving journey of a Mexican journalist and filmmaker returning to his native country. The project is the latest collaboration between Dessner and Iñárritu, the duo having previously worked together on The Revenant soundtrack in 2015.

Of the soundtrack’s inception, composer BRYCE DESSNER says, “Early in the process of Bardo and before shooting began, Alejandro and I began talking about what the music for the film could sound like. What might the melody of the film be? What sounds would we hear in the world of Bardo?  We started exchanging ideas, including field recordings and melodies Alejandro would whistle to himself, first on scouting locations and later on set as he began to shoot the film. These fragments of melodic ideas along with the sketches I had begun making would start to take seed and grow into the vast musical landscape that envelopes the film. Eventually we met in Los Angeles to work directly as we finished the details of each composition.”

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