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Back Water (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Kevin O’Connor

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

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1
Introduction
Kevin O’Connor
2:59
2
Reality of Bewilderness
Kevin O’Connor
1:27
3
Sunset Bird Swirl
Kevin O’Connor
0:36
4
Beaver Head
Kevin O’Connor
0:52
5
Agent Orange
Kevin O’Connor
2:06
6
Night Canoe
Kevin O’Connor
1:46
7
Mud Scene
Kevin O’Connor
1:35
8
The Tides
Kevin O’Connor
1:12
9
Heavy Wind Fire
Kevin O’Connor
3:43
10
Submarine Scene
Kevin O’Connor
1:18
11
Maps and Introductions
Kevin O’Connor
2:48
12
FBI Call Theme
Kevin O’Connor
1:03
13
Burning Grass
Kevin O’Connor
1:13
14
Nyc Tunnel
Kevin O’Connor
1:42
15
Flood Scene
Kevin O’Connor
2:38
16
Leaving Camp
Kevin O’Connor
0:55
17
Search for Agent Orange (Outtake)
Kevin O’Connor
1:26
Total Playing Time    29:19
New York-based composer Kevin O'Connor presents his minimalistic and atmospheric soundtrack to the 2017 documentary Back Water. Following a team of filmmakers and environmental researchers on a canoeing trip through the wetlands of New Jersey, O'Connor's score lends this moving exploration of North America's damaged waterways pathos and a reflective tone.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lucky Madison Studio Masters

Track 9 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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