Sorry again for the large time between updates — been on the road again after having left SXSW. Will be back in L.A. on Monday, rheumatologist but hopefully I’ll get in one or two more posts before then.

MICHAEL KAMEN – “BRAZIL” soundtrack (1985)

There’s not much to say about the steady genius of Terry Gilliam’s “Brazil” that hasn’t already been said, but it should be noted that Michael Kamen’s score is just as great as the film is itself.

I originally hunted this one down specifically for the rendition of the title song that appears over the first few moments of the opening credits — and then I found out that the rest of the disc is breezy, pleasing and downright tickling.

Michael Kamen – “Brazil” soundtrack (ZIP file)

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542 Responses to BRAZIL

  1. caleb says:

    i had no idea that was kate bush’s voice. but listening to it now it’s so obvious.

  2. Creatured says:


    Since this is a Terry Gilliam post, I was wondering if you have the Tideland soundtrack? I watched it,again, last week and forgot how much I love the soundtrack or at least soem parts of it and the movie itself. I’ll have to check out Brazil again too.
    Thanks for all the great posts!

  3. meikokaji says:

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