Ain’t Them Bodies Saints : Album Review and Video Preview

Ain’t Them Bodies Saints Soundtrack Original Score by Daniel Hart is out now.  Read this wonderful review of the Soundtrack at FilmMusicMedia.com:

Ain’t Them Bodies Saints is a truly moving score. It starts off very warm almost with a heartfelt glow. There’s the slightest flutter of love moving underneath the music. The piece titled “Ruth And Sylvie” is a stunning meditation on the warmth of family. The clapping that acts as the percussion is not only unique but it gives a figurative and literal human touch that is very different than say a vocal. The sense of touch is translated into the sense of hearing, and I think that’s very amazing.

Download the album here: http://bit.ly/ATBSSoundtrack

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Ain’t Them Bodies Saints Track Listing:

01. ATBS Theme – Daniel Hart
02. Ruth and Sylvie – Daniel Hart
03. Freddy’s Dead/Sylvie’s Born – Daniel Hart
04. Fixer Upper – Daniel Hart
05. Bob Escapes – Daniel Hart
06. Ruth Tries to Write – Daniel Hart
07. Skerritt Reads the Letter – Daniel Hart
08. Do You Remember That Day? – Daniel Hart
09. Sweet Talk – Daniel Hart
10. The Last Shootout – Daniel Hart
11. Inside the Farmhouse – Daniel Hart
12. The Lights – Keith Carradine
13. Blue Jay – Curtis Heath
14. Ain’t Long Enough – Andrew Tinker
15. Here We Are – Greg Schroeder w/ Mara Lee Miller
16. He Never Told Me – Annell Brodeur
17. Been Waiting – Curtis Heath and John Graney
18. Appalachian Abduction – Curtis Heath
19. Siren Call – Aaron Kyle

Preview all of the tracks here:

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