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Bronx Gothic (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Ian Hultquist

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1
Still as Stone
Ian Hultquist
1:35
2
A Gift
Ian Hultquist
3:53
3
The Daughter
Ian Hultquist
1:37
4
The Mother
Ian Hultquist
1:30
5
Fragments
Ian Hultquist
1:04
6
Parkchester
Ian Hultquist
1:31
7
Privilege of Bliss
Ian Hultquist
3:27
8
Cherry
Ian Hultquist
1:28
9
Those Bodies
Ian Hultquist
2:08
10
Invisible
Ian Hultquist
5:30
11
Home
Ian Hultquist
0:56
12
Where Does It Go?
Ian Hultquist
0:52
13
Approaching the Mirror
Ian Hultquist
2:59
14
Saying Goodbye
Ian Hultquist
1:31
15
A Gift (Reprise)
Ian Hultquist
3:01
Total Playing Time    33:02
Andrew Rossi's documentary Bronx Gothic tells the story of performer Okwui Okpokwasili and her powerful, autobiographical one-woman show Bronx Gothic, based on her memories of growing up as an African American teenager in the 1980s. This album features the film's soundtrack by composer Ian Hultquist, one of the film's executive producers.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rubrio Pictures Studio Masters

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