The Accountant | El Contable | Mark Isham | 2016 | AAC


The Accountant | El Contable | Mark Isham | 2016 | AAC
 Artist: Mark Isham
Title: The Accountant (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: WaterTower Music
Genre: Soundtrack
Quality: AAC 256 Kbps
Total Time: 67:35 min
Total Size: 137 MB
1. At the Ravenite Social Club
2. Harbor Neuroscience
3. Do You Like Puzzles?
4. Accountant
5. Rice Farm
6. Specialized Training
7. Famous Mathematicians
8. Panama Pump
9. ZZZ Accounting – You Don’t See That Everyday
10. Trial of Solomon Grundy
11. Were You a Good Dad?
12. Break You Should’ve Been Looking For
13. Justine
14. End of Solomon Grundy
15. Brothers
16. Unique & Remarkable Young Man
17. To Leave Something Behind
Trumpeter/synth programmer Mark Isham was not only an important part of the Windham
Hill stable, but also a successful and versatile composer for film and
television, garnering equal acclaim for both his new age and soundtrack
work. Born September 7, 1951, to a musical family in New York, Isham
began studying classical music (specifically trumpet, piano, and violin) as a child. His family later moved to San Francisco, where Isham played with several local orchestras. However, he was also interested in jazz, pop, and rock music, and moonlighted with a wide variety of local
bands; during the “70s, he also learned to program synthesizers.
Eventually, he left classical music behind and became a touring and
session musician for both jazz (Pharoah Sanders, Charles Lloyd) and pop
(the Beach Boys, Van Morrison) artists. He joined jazz pianist Art
Lande”s Rubisa Patrol quartet, where he displayed a strong Miles Davis
influence, and founded a band called Group 87 that played what was
essentially contemporary instrumental music years before the term
existed as a new age subgenre (they released two albums, the first in
1980). The “80s also saw Isham continue his sideman activities, going on to play with the likes of David Sylvian, Was (Not Was), the Rolling
Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Suzanne Vega, XTC, Joni Mitchell, and Willie
Nelson, among many others. 1983 was a pivotal year for Isham: he
released his solo debut on Windham Hill, Vapor Drawings, and scored his
first film, the Disney release Never Cry Wolf. The first Windham Hill
release to emphasize electronics, Vapor Drawings established Isham as a
composer adept at blending synthetic and acoustic timbres and became a
progressive electronic classic. Meanwhile, Never Cry Wolf quickly led to numerous other soundtrack assignments, demonstrating Isham”s facility
with a wide variety of musical styles and instrumental settings. Seeking wider exposure by the late “80s, Isham began recording for Virgin,
although he continued to release material on Windham Hill as well. He
was nominated for Grammys for Best New Age Performance for his albums
Castalia (1988) and Tibet (1989), and finally won for 1990″s Mark Isham. In 1992, Isham premiered his first commissioned orchestral work, Five
Stories for Trumpet and Orchestra, with the St. Louis Symphony, also
serving as the soloist. The same year, he was nominated for an Academy
Award for his score for A River Runs Through It, which increased
Hollywood”s demand for his services even further; among his
highest-profile assignments in the years to come were Short Cuts, Quiz
Show, Kiss the Girls, Blade, the Grammy nominated Men of Honor, Save the Last Dance, Don”t Say a Word, Life as a House, and The Majestic. Isham
also won an Emmy for his scoring work on the television show EZ Streets, and earned nominations for Chicago Hope and Nothing Sacred. In 1995,
Isham released his first album for Columbia, Blue Sun, which found him
moving into full-fledged contemporary jazz. He continued in that
direction with his next non-soundtrack project, the In a Silent Way
tribute/reinterpretation of Miles Remembered: The Silent Way Project,
issued in 1999. ~ Steve Huey.
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