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Gravity (Orginal Film Score) CD

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  • Audio CD (October 1, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: WaterTower Music
  • ASIN: B00ER23V1W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,470 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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There has never quite been a film like Gravity. In terms of plot, it's fairly thin - two astronauts, played by George Clooney and Sandra Bullock, suffer a disaster while repairing the Hubble space telescope, and are left floating stranded in space, desperately trying to find a way to safety, and to home. Instead, it is the scope and majesty of Alfonso Cuarón's film that takes audiences to a completely new sensory place. Space has never seemed so vast, so vivid, so beautiful, so terrifying. The cinematography and design of the film makes the viewer feel like it was genuinely shot in space, such is the sense of realism. Much more will be written about the film to convey how stellar it is, but I'm here to talk about the music, which also plays an enormous part in the success of the entire project.

The score for Gravity is by English composer Steven Price, and this is the second of his two major scores in 2013 (the other being the comedy The World's End) - truly his breakout year. Price is a guitar player by trade, who first cut his teeth in the film scoring world working with Trevor Jones on scores such as Dinotopia and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. A sideways move into music editing led him to working with composers as varied as Howard Shore, Anne Dudley, Patrick Doyle, Hans Zimmer and David Arnold - not a bad pedigree! - before he made his feature composing debut in 2011 with the British sci-fi comedy Attack the Block. With these two scores in 2013, and Gravity in particular, Price has announced himself as major new talent in the film scoring world with a bright future ahead of him.

Price's major problem in scoring Gravity was self-imposed.
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"Gravity" is a fantastic score, one of my favorites of the year. The early tracks have a lot of variety - some evoke a sense of thrills/danger, while others are very calm and fill the listener with a sense of wonder. The tracks near the end of the album (particularly the final three tracks) seem to tie all the themes and emotions together in a way that is dazzling to the ears. I've rarely enjoyed a film score this much on a first listen; and I feel the music will only get better the more you listen to it.

At nearly 72 minutes in length, "Gravity" is a bit longer than most other soundtrack albums. I say the more music the better. In fact, since the movie is just over 90 minutes long, I'd guess we're getting a score here that's probably just about complete.

At the time of this review, I haven't seen the film yet - but after hearing the soundtrack I'm even more excited to do so.

EDIT: Have now seen the movie, it is fantastic. The music has a very prominent role in the film, given the decision to use almost no sound effects. Steve Price's score works very well in the film, but it's just as great to listen to on its own.

FAVORITE TRACKS
[3] The Void
[9] Parachute
[15] Shenzou
[16] Gravity
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Few films in recent memory have affected me as profoundly as Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity. Walking out of the cinema, I was absolutely awestruck. Giddy, thrilled far beyond my high expectations, and bursting with a slew of emotions, I knew that what I had just witnessed was something special, perhaps even unprecedented in the history of film. An original, technical marvel that took cinema-goers by surprise, the pureness of Cuarón's creation was regarded by many as a breath of fresh air for the film industry. Even the most hardened of critics could not debate the power of this achievement as it opened in August to unanimous critical acclaim, praising the film's direction, visual effects, acting, screenplay, cinematography, sound design and even 3D. "Believe the hype!" many proclaimed and, indeed, audiences did, blasting the film into the box-office stratosphere. Truly, Gravity was a forceful, physical, cinematic experience to be reckoned with.

I could easily go on a lengthy diatribe about the film's technical mastery but it might be just as effective to say that Gravity is a feat of cinematic storytelling. Each of the film's elements, complex in their own right, merge perfectly to tell a suprisingly minimalistic story: Dr. Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock), a brilliant medical engineer, is being accompanied by veteran astronaut Matt Kowalsky (George Clooney) on her first spacewalk. When a Russian missile strikes a defunct satellite and hurls a cloud of debris their way, Stone and Kowalsky are disconnected from their space shuttle Explorer and lose contact with Earth.
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Gravity is, without question, one of the best movies I've ever seen in my life, which certainly isn't what I was expecting when I strolled into the theater this past weekend. I have officially been blown away. Every aspect of this movie has been crafted with an attention to detail and a sense of perfectionism that ensures the moviegoer that this project was an absolute labor of passion, and not some big budget cash-in. In my opinion, Gravity has completely changed the definition of what an "action movie" or a "sci fi movie" or a "drama" can be.

That level of perfectionism and attention to detail extends to the soundtrack, which fits the mood and on-screen action like a glove. As the protagonist, Ryan, is subjected to a wild array of powerful emotions, the orchestral soundtrack perfectly matches her feelings, further amplifying them and putting the spectator in her shoes (or space boots, in this case). Whether Ryan is fighting for another breath of oxygen, attempting to survive a wave of space debris, or desperately trying to escape from yet another deteriorating device, the music elevates the mood masterfully- I found myself holding my breath along with her. Gravity is a work of art, and it wouldn't be the same without this terrific soundtrack. It's not so much a movie, it's more like an event or a journey - and it has left me stunned.
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