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  1. C6047 Caldera Records is proud to present Guy Farley’s score for the motion picture “There’s Always Hope”, directed by Tim Lewiston. The drama tells the story of Hope and her parents who split up after her father – Jonathan, played by Colm Meaney – discovers his wife has had an affair with a colleague, smarmy Luke. In her youthful naivety, Hope refuses to accept the termination of her parents’ relationship and makes it her mission to fix it. She does so by joining her father in his holiday home in Portugal to which he has fled. There, she starts playing the good fairy as if in a Shakespearean play. Can she succeed? Director Tim Lewiston had already worked with composer Guy Farley on his directorial debut “The Hot Potato”. Ten years later, they reconnected when Lewiston set out to make his next film. For the composer, it was a dream project, also because he was encouraged to channel some of his musical heroes. In this case, Michel Legrand was an inspiration as Lewiston asked Farley to re-record the classic “The Windmills of Your Mind” from “The Thomas Crown Affair”. But his rich score has much more to offer besides an elegant new rendition of a legendary hit: Freed from the shackles of temp-tracks, Farley developed several themes for the different characters in the film. Chords and inflections from “The Windmills of Your Mind” found their way into the underscore – subliminally, as Farley later noticed when he listened back to his score. Legrand’s suave string-writing is noticeable, for instance, in “Jonathan”, which also introduces Jonathan’s theme. In its elegance and finesse, it perfectly captures the protagonist’s character, the intellectual, often melancholic writer. Hope’s theme is derived from Jonathan’s theme, sweet and old-fashioned, equally gentle and elegant – and remarkably different from Luke’s theme, the leitmotif for Sam’s affair who serves as the antagonist in the film. Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, “There’s Always Hope” is one of Guy Farley’s most refined, elegant scores, and we could not be prouder to offer it on CD. The 47th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Stephan Eicke and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was mastered by Richard Moore and produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Guy Farley Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke For more information and sound clips, please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/theres-always-hope/gallery/soundtracks/ There’s Always Hope 1. The Windmills of Your Mind (2:27) 2. Rodrigo (1:57) 3. Jonathan (1:21) 4. Luke (1:54) 5. Run Off (3:10) 6. Moonlight/Rigo & Hope (2:19) 7. Jonathan’s Side (4:09) 8. I Drove Her Away (2:02) 9. The Hack (1:08) 10. The Car Thing (1:08) 11. Sam & Jonathan (0:55) 12. Let’s Go Outside (2:08) 13. What Love is (1:20) 14. Truth (2:46) 15. Come Back (1:27) 16. Luke’s Theme (1:06) 17. Amelia (1:45) 18. Last Chance (1:02) 19. Luke And Samantha (1:44) 20. Harry (2:00) 21. The Boat (1:55) 22. The Windmills of Your Mind (2:14)
  2. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the motion picture “That Good Night” from 2017, directed by Eric Styles, featuring music by Guy Farley. The film, based on the stage play by N.J. Crisp, tells the story of Ralph, a successful writer whose life is full of regrets. With a curious personality that’s both charming and rude, Ralph has built a number of “love him or hate him” relationships over his life – unfortunately, his family seems to fall into the latter group. Now in his seventies and terminally ill, Ralph sets out two goals before entering that good night: he wants to mend his relationship with long-abandoned son Michael and also make sure that he is not a burden to his much younger second wife, Anna. “That Good Night” marks the last screen performance of John Hurt who passed away in January of 2017. Hurt is joined by Charles Dance and Sofia Helin in a stellar cast. The music for “That Good Night” was written by Guy Farley (“Modigliani”, “Maria di Nazaret”). Farley provided an elegant underscore, recorded with a small orchestra of strings, woodwinds, harp, piano, and world instruments such as a Cavaquino, Spanish guitars, an accordion and ethnic percussion which capture the Mediterranean flavour of the Portuguese Algarve, while the chamber orchestra works its magic on the emotional element of the story. The score, one of Farley’s best to date, is filled with memorable themes and motifs that are both uplifting and touching, paying tribute to the character’s struggles and the film’s hopeful message. The 24th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Music Composed and Conducted by Guy Farley Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke That Good Night 1. That Good Night (2:22) 2. The Horizon (1:41) 3. The Villa (1:57) 4. Reynaldo (2:14) 5. Try Harder (1:28) 6. I Love Portugal (1:16) 7. The Fee (1:49) 8. An Injection (1:36) 9. Call Your Dad (2:05) 10. Terminal (2:37) 11. Birth (3:07) 12. How Soon? (0:54) 13. You’re Despicable! (1:46) 14. John, Michael and Cassie (2:46) 15. Symposium (1:05) 16. His Beloved Rolex (1:21) 17. You Can Be So Nasty (1:22) 18. Trust Me (2:32) 19. October (1:45) 20. We Call it ALS (1:07) 21. A Grandfather! (1:37) 22. Reformed Character (0:55) 23. Death and Poetry (1:28) Bonus: 24. Audio Commentary by Guy Farley (6:45) For more information please visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/that-good-night/ For an exclusive 5 min audio clip please visit: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/that-good-night-guy-farley
  3. Caldera Records is proud to present its newest CD with a deluxe edition of “Modigliani” by Guy Farley.”Modigliani” is probably the best known score by the British composer whose scores “Secret Sharer”, “Maria di Nazaret” and “L’uomo che sognava con le aquile” were already released on Caldera. Indeed, the score for the 2004 movie by Mick Davis starring Andy Garcia has a special place in the heart of its composer and is without doubt his richest work as it combines sensual symphonic compositions, ethnic music and arrangements of songs by Sasha Lazard. The main theme from “Modigliani” is a favourite of many soundtrack fans and probably Farley’s most beloved composition to date. The soundtrack was released ten years ago by Milan Records but the CD sold out quickly and can be found rarely on eBay and only for high prices. Because of that, we not only decided to re-release the score but also to give it a special treatment. The CD features a different presentation of the score than the Milan CD as we were never happy with the sequencing of it. Furthermore, it offers lots of special bonuses and a running time of over 70 minutes. The 14th CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Gergely Hubai and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Bonus Features - different sequencing than the Milan CD - including several cues never released before - an extensive essay by the films director Mick Davis about working with Guy Farley - an arrangement for violin and piano as written score - a new recording of the key themes for cello and piano, recorded at AIR Studios in London - the handwritten score for the main theme included in the booklet - an audio commentary by Guy Farley - complete new mastering resulting in better audio quality - the first 100 copies are signed by Guy Farley, every retailer (who wanted them) has a certain amount available as indicated on their website Music Composed and Conducted by Guy Farley Album Produced by Stephan Eicke Executive Producers for Caldera Records: John Elborg, Stephan Eicke Recorded at AIR Studios London Orchestrated by Andrew Pearce Theme from Modigliani Arrangement for cello and piano Cello: Josephine Knight Piano: Huw Watkins Modigliani 1. Jeanne’s Death (1:40) 2. The Hat (1:39) 3. Ancient Law (0:53) 4. Unfit Mother (1:43) 5. Opening Titles (1:07) 6. Confession (1:20) 7. To Renoir (1:35) 8. No Eyes (1:05) 9. 5000 Francs (1:30) 10. You’re Gonna be Hung (0:48) 11. The Competition (1:08) 12. Never Again (1:19) 13. Opium Den (1:54) 14. Sleep Modi Sleep (1:50) 15. Wait for Me (1:33) 16. My Empty Life (2:06) 17. Am I Dying (1:28) 18. To Hospital (1:19) 19. It’s Wonderful (1:39) 20. Rich Beyond Belief (3:48) 21. Opium Trip (3:11) 22. Call the Police (4:19) 23. Work in Progress (1:38) 24. Baptism (0:49) 25. Picasso’s Party (1:28) 26. Sanie Cu Zurgalai (2:07) 27. Chilvatu (1:22) 28. The Meat Burglary Tango (0:49) 29. Ode to Innocence (4:51) 30. Angeli (6:01) Bonus: 31. Main Theme for Cello and Piano (4:53) 32. Audio Commentary by Guy Farley (14:00) http://www.musicbox-records.com/en/cd-soundtracks/3518-modigliani.html http://www.rosebudbandasonora.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=1_432&products_id=22416 For more information visit our homepage: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/modigliani/
  4. Caldera Records is proud to present the original score for the television movie Maria di Nazaret from 2012, directed by Giacomo Campiotti. The two part movie was a huge success in Italy as it recounts the story of Jesus’ mother Maria and accompanies her throughout the life of the son of God until his death on the cross. Maria was played by internationally acclaimed actress Paz Vega who rose to fame after her role in the Adam Sandler movie Spanglish. The music for Maria di Nazaret was written by British composer and conductor Guy Farley (Secret Sharer, Modigliani) who delivers probably his most diverse score to date, featuring lush orchestral melodies for orchestra and choir as well as female vocals and solos for ethnic instruments, played by Tony Hinnigan (Braveheart). Additionally, we included another score by Farley on the CD: L’uomo che sognava con l’aquile was written for an extensive Italian television production with Terence Hill which gathered raving reviews after its premiere in 2006. Also, we present a bonus cue with the much beloved track Reunited from the Jean Claude van Damme movie Wake of Death which receives its premiere release here. The tenth CD-release of Caldera Records features a detailed booklet-text by Stephan Eicke and elegant artwork by Luis Miguel Rojas. The CD was produced by Stephan Eicke and John Elborg. Maria di Nazaret 1. Maria’s Theme (1:29) 2. Maria – Titles (2:11) 3. The Serpent (1:39) 4. Mary’s Journey (1:40) 5. Shepherds (2:04) 6. The Game (2:19) 7. Elizabeth’s Dance (2:12) 8. Maria at Prayer (2:40) 9. Anger and Apparition (2:11) 10. A Place to Stay (2:12) 11. Israel (1:19) 12. Birth (2:56) 13. The Census (2:08) 14. Magi (1:39) 15. Premonition (1:44) 16. My Son (2:03) 17. Lost and Found (2:13) 18. Denial (2:26) 19. 39 Lashes (4:19) 20. The Cross (2:36) 21. Calvary (4:11) 22. He Will Live (1:21) 23. Memories (2:02) 24. End Titles – Maria’s Theme (1:42) Wake of Death 25. Reunited (2:27) L’uomo che sognava con l’aquile 26. Titles (2:33) 27. To the Mountains (1:10) 28. Roberto Explores (1:10) 29. Rocco and Roberto (2:08) 30. At Home (1:15) 31. Roberto’s Theme (2:01) 32. Return (2:19) 33. To the Mayor (1:34) 34. Animals Away (1:51) 35. Money Rolling in (1:12) 36. Celebrations (1:50) Bonus Track: 37. Audio Commentary by Guy Farley (3:17) Listen to an audio clip here: https://soundcloud.com/alderaecords/mary-of-nazareth-guy-farley First Reviews: "This is a score not to be missed at any cost. It should be cherished and universally loved. It’s the type of score that I thought was just a part of the past, but turns out there’s hope for our younger generations too if more scores like this is allowed to be released. Needless to say, this is a stunning score that ticks all the right boxes. Buy this CD and a box of tissues and you’ll be a happy camper." http://www.soundtrackgeek.com/v2/soundtrack-review-maria-di-nazaret/ "“Maria di Nazaret” is one of the most intimate and beautiful score I’ve heard in a while. The subtle and melodic piano strokes are like drops of rain in the desert. You almost can’t believe they are real. The female choral parts give me shivers and the ambient moments are soft and intense like a prayer. Guy Farley wrote a musical fairytale that I just want to put in a glass globe and have with me all the time. I stand by the two names I mentioned in the beginning: this is a score John Barry would have written after a meeting with Ennio Morricone and it’s amazing to find a composer worthy of that legacy. Get this score and welcome it into your life…" http://www.soundtrackdreams.com/2015/07/soundtrack-review-maria-di-nazaret-guy-farley-2012/ For more information visit: http://caldera-records.com/portfolio/maria-di-nazaret/gallery/soundtracks/
  5. Mitte Februar erscheint bei "Caldera Records" der Score von Guy Farley für den Film "Secret Sharer"
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