Gabriel "Naim" Amor - Soundtracks FLAC album
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Soundtracks by Gabriel Naim Amor, released 01 October 2001 1. Valse Sentinelle 2. Close Up 3. Le Wepler 4. Galaxie 5. Frame Up 6. L'amie partie 7. Iris Imaginary soundtracks for films that never existed. This one was the first of what was gonna become a series. is a French born, Parisian musician who moved to Tucson, Arizona in 1997 where he lives with his family. Then, as part of the experimental avant pop Amor Belhom Duo with drummer Thomas Belhom, he met and recorded with Joey Burns and John Convertino of the band Calexico.
Soundtracks Vol IV by Naïm Amor, released 01 August 2011 1. Naïm Amor - Naming The World 2. The Hate 3. On The Move 4. Undocumented (Pricila theme) 5. A Matter of Life and Death 6. Crystal Theme 7. What Nobody talks About 8. En Lak Ech 9. Running For Our Lives 10. We Are Not afraid 11. The Seed 12. Confusion 13. Hutzilopochtli-The Will To Act 14. Xipe 15. Tezcalipoca-Self Reflection 16. s Knowledge Fourth volume of the Soundtracks series, the new Soundtracks vol IV features the original score of award winning documentary motion picture film Precious K. .
GABRIEL NAÏM AMOR (Tucson, USA) Naïm Amor has been living and playing music in Tucson since 1997, after a move from his native Paris. He has constantly shifted in and out countless musical scenarios over the past twenty years, from solo act to leading small combos to leading big bands; from playing jazz to French pop to southwestern themed originals to rock n' roll and his signature 'Soundtracks' recordings
Gabriel Naïm Amor is a French born, Parisian musician who moved to Tucson, Arizona in 1997 where he lives with his family. Known as Naïm Amor, he recently switched to his full name Gabriel Naïm Amor. A new album "Moments Before"will be released in Japan and Europe by spring 2018. Gabriel Naïm Amor also composes film/short film soundtracks between recording his albums. He completed the score for the PBS documentary film "Precious Knowledge - which has won two awards at the San Diego and Los Angeles Latino Film Festival. The film was screened in various festivals including the New York HBO Latino Film Festival, And aired nationwide on PBS in May 2012.
Naim Amor – Soundtracks Volume II. Label: OW OM Finished Recorded Products – OW OM 012. Format: CD, Album, Enhanced. Country: US. Released: 2004. Soundtracks Vol. II is a tribute to downtown Tuscon musicians that see downtown as their practice space, social club, kitchen, home.
Gabriel Naïm Amor, Category: Artist, Albums: Moments Before, Biography: Gabriel Naïm Amor is a French born, Parisian musician who moved to Tucson, Arizona in 1997 where he lives with his family. Monthly Listeners: 45, Where People Listen: Paris, Montreuil, Tokyo, Stockholm, London. During 2013 Gabriel Naïm was ready to record a new album and went into the studio to create this current music project, which is a combination of electric guitar, string ensemble and vocals, entitled 'HEAR THE WALLS'. When you turn the music off, you can hear the walls, the sound of one specific place, it's nude ambiance that makes it so unique.
Parisian expatriate Gabriel Naïm Amor relocated from his native France to the saguaro-strewn landscape of Tucson, AZ in 1997, seeking to augment his cinematic French avant-pop with particles of Sonoran Desert dust. Amor's unique fusion of classic film scores, spaghetti western jangle, and Seine-influenced subtlety has colored several Tucson recording projects since his arrival in the American Southwest. In 2000, Amor joined Belhom, Burns, and Convertino for the recording of Tete a Tete under the collective name ABBC; the album was released in North America on Wabana Records. Amor's solo debut, the seven-song instrumental collection Soundtracks, appeared in autumn 2001 on Portland, OR's FILMguerrero label.
Moments Before by Jakob Baekgaard.
Amor's unique fusion of classic film scores, spaghetti western jangle, and Seine-influenced subtlety has colored several Tucson recording projects since his arrival in the American Southwest. With its running time of 29 minutes bridging the chasm that separates EP and LP, the reflective, graceful Soundtracks was composed, performed, and recorded in Tucson almost entirely by Amor (save token appearances by Burns, trumpeter John Mueller, and a sampled Belhom).
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