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Long Walk Home: Music From The Rabbit-Proof Fence - Peter Gabriel


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Long Walk Home: Music From The Rabbit-Proof Fence (2002) - Peter Gabriel


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Peter Gabriel

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Jigalong
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 4:03
Stealing The Children
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 3:19
Unlocking The Door
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 1:57
The Tracker
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 2:47
Running To The Rain
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 3:18
  Comments: Includes performance from B'net Houariyat from the Real World Recording Week 1998
On The Map
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 0:59
A Sense Of Home
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 1:59
Go Away Mr. Evans
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 5:14
Moodoo's Secret
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 3:02
Gracie's Recapture
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 4:40
Crossing The Salt Pan
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 5:07
The Return
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 10:25
  Comments: (Parts 1, 2 & 3)
Ngankarrparni (Sky Blue - Reprise)
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 6:01
  Comments: Loops sampled from original Sky Blue recording
The Rabbit-Proof Fence
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 1:08
  Comments: Includes sampled Kaliuka flute from 'Slow Kaliuki (extract)' by Dmitri Pokrovsky taken from the album 'The Wild Field' (P) 1991 Real World Records Ltd
Cloudless
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 4:47
  Comments: Loops sampled from original Sky Blue recording
    Guest Appearances »

Adzido (Pan African Dance Ensemble), Fenella Barton, Jerzy Bawol, Dinah Beamish, Mark Berrow, Bird, Bird, Birds, Jimmy Carter, Sherry/Sheryl Carter, (Duchess) Nell Catchpole, Indi Chana, Richard Chappell, Ben Chappell, Roger Chase, Jas Daffu, David Daniels, Dingoes, Electra Strings, Richard Evans, Jon Evans-Jones, Babacar Faye, Clarence Fountain, Antonia Fuchs, Ganga Girl, Rosie Goodji, Peter Green, Steve/Stephen Hague, Peter G. Hanson, Sally Herbert, Rebecca Hirs(c)h, B'net Houariyat, Christine Jackson, Jewess James, Janganpa Group, Johnny Kalsi (Master Drummer), Manu Katche, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Patrick Kiernan, Boguslaw Kostecki, Tomasz Kukurba, Peter Lale, Chris Laurence/Lawrence, Ningali Lawford, Myarn Lawford, Julian Leaper, Martin Loveday, Ged Lynch, (Dominique) Mahut, Eric McKinnie, James McNally, Donald McVay, Chuck Norman, Jacqueline/Jackie Norrie, Claire Orsler, Bobby Panesar, Anthony Pleeth, Dmitri Pokrovsky, Jocelyn Pook, Yash Puri, Quantec, Vijay Rakkar, Hossam Ramzy, David Rhodes, Fred Rice, Doudou N'Daiye Rose, David Sancious, George Scott, Mary Scully, Mary Scully, (Lakshminarayana) Shankar, Jackie Shave, Jackie Shave, Robert Smissen, Assane Thaim/Thiam, The Blind Boys Of Alabama, The Dhol Foundation, The London Session Orchestra, Elsie Thomas, Cathy Thompson, Chris Tombling, Joey Williams, Gavyn/Gavin Wright, Gavyn/Gavin Wright

    Released »

2002-06-18

    Format »

Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

    Other Appearances »
Richard Evans (Songwriter), Peter Gabriel (Songwriter), David Rhodes (Songwriter), Melvin/Merv Bishop (Photography), Matthew Nettheim (Photography), Penny Tweedle (Photography), Real World (Design), Chuck Norman (Programming), Alex Swift (Programming), Paul Grady (Assistant Engineer), Edel Griffith (Assistant Engineer), Marco Migliari (Assistant Engineer), Dan Roe (Assistant Engineer), Richard Evans (Recorded By), Richard Chappell (Additional Recording By), Richard Evans (Mixed By), Steve/Stephen Hague (Mixed By), David Rhodes (Mixed By), Tony Cousins (Mastered By), Richard Evans (Arranged By), Steve/Stephen Hague (Arranged By), David Rhodes (Arranged By), Peter Gabriel (String Arrangement), Will Gregory (String Arrangement), Nick Ingman/Ingham (String Arrangement), Jocelyn Pook (String Arrangement), Jocelyn Pook (String Arrangement), Marc Bessant (Graphic Design), Richard Chappell (Drum Programming), Peter Gabriel (Drum Programming), Isobel Griffiths (Contractor), Susie Millns (Design Co-Ordination), Tchad Blake (London Session Orchestra Treatments By), Michael Brook (Additional Shankar Engineering), Michael Brook (Additional Shankar Recording), Steve/Stephen Hague (Bass Programming), Steve Orchard (Additional London Session Orches Engnrng), Steve Orchard (Additional London Session Orchest Rcrdng), Sarah Koschak (Birds Recorded By), Andrew Skeoch (Birds Recorded By), Sarah Koschak (Dingoes Recorded By), Andrew Skeoch (Dingoes Recorded By), Edel Griffith (Additional Real World Studios Recording), Edel Griffith (Additional Real World Studios Engnrng), Derek/Derke Zuzarte (Additional Blind Boys Of Alabama Recrdng), Derek/Derke Zuzarte (Additional Blind Boys Of Alabama Engnrng), Kevin Quah (Additional BBOA Recording Assisted By), Yang (Additional BBOA Recording Assisted By), Kevin Quah (Additional BBOA Engineering Assisted By), Yang (Additional BBOA Engineering Assisted By), Dorothy Napangardi (Front Cover Painting), Jimmy Pike (Back Cover Booklet Painting), Jimmy Pike (Inside Inlay Painting), Jimmy Pike (CD Face Painting)

    Record Label »
Real World

    Catalogue Number »

PGCD10 7243 8 12238 2 6

    Running Time »

58:55

    Liner Notes »

Additional Recording and Engineering:
Recorded and Mixed at Real World Studios, England
London Session Orchestra - Air Studios, England
Shankar - 'Lavanderia' USA
The Blind Boys Of Alabama - Hype Studios, Singapore

All tracks mastered at Metropolis.

Birds and Dingoes taken from 'Spirit Of The Outback' and 'Australian Ambience And Nature' Courtesy of Listening Earth

Rabbit-Proof Fence is the true story of Molly Craig, one of Australia's 'Stolen Generation'. Molly, a fourteen year old aboriginal girl, and her younger sister and cousin (aged eight and ten) had been taken fifteen hundred miles from their home and family to one of the government institutions that had been established to train aboriginal children as domestic workers for white society.

Molly led the girls in an escape. Pursued by trackers, they succeeded in finding the rabbit-proof fence that Molly knew could lead them all the way across Australia's outback to their home.

The Blind Boys Of Alabama appear courtesy of Real World Records Ltd

Special thanks to Phillip Noyce, Miranda Culley, George Acogny, Dieter van Denzel, Mike Large, Annie Parsons, Michael Thomas, Julie Merrifield, Eloise Hammond and evenyone at Real World.

HANWAY and the AUSTRALIAN FILM FINANCE CORPORATION present a RUMBALARA FILMS and OLSEN LEVY production
EVERLYN SAMPI TIANNA SANSBURY LAURA MONAGHAN NINGALI LAWFORD DAVID GULPILIL and KENNETH BRANAGH
RABBIT-PROOF FENCE
Music - Peter Gabriel
Production Designer - Roger Ford
Director of Phtography - Christopher Doyle
Executive Producers - David Elfick, Jeremy Thomas and Kathleen McLaughlin
Based on the book 'Follow The Rabbit-Proof Fence' by Doris Pilkington Garimara
Screenplay - Christine Olsen
Producer - Phillip Noyce and Christine Olsen
Director - Phillip Noyce
International Distribution by HanWay
(C) 2002 AUSTRALIAN FILM FINANCE CORPORATION LTD, THE PREMIUM MOVIE PARTNERSHIP, SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FILM CORPORATION AND JABAL FILMS PTY LTD
All rights reserved.

Further information from
www.rabbitprooffence.com.au
www.petergabriel.com

You can obtain more information on Real World recordings from:
Real World Records
PO Box 35
Corsham
Wiltshire
SN13 8SZ
UK
www.realworldrecords.com

(P) (C) 2002 Peter Gabriel Ltd
The copyright in this recording is owned by Peter Gabriel Ltd and licensed exclusively to Virgin Records Ltd

All rights of the producer and owner of the recorded work reserved. Unauthorised copying, public performance, broadcasting, hiring or rental of this recorded work prohibited.

Manufactured and distributed by the EMI Music Group, Australia

Printed/Made in Australia

Virgin

Africa
North America
Oceania
Europe
India

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LC 03098

    Reviews »
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It accented the movie well
Review written by Anonymous, March 18th, 2005

I thought that the music complimented and accented the story in the movie but never took away from it or overshadowed it

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Another masterpiece by Peter Gabriel
Review written by Lisa (larams@bellsouth.net), March 18th, 2005

This soundtrack allows me to relive the emotions that this movie stirred in me, again and again. It's a timeless piece that I will treasure forever. If you see the movie on DVD, be sure to hear the director's commentary to understand how and why Peter Gabriel composed this music.

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Predictable but most likely picture perfect soundtrack
Review written by John Fitzgerald, March 18th, 2005

The "World music" sound of this record is to be expected from Gabriel's film score work and sure enough, we get it on here. I must confess that I haven't seen the "Rabbit-proof fence" movie for which this is the soundtrack so I won't be able to comment on whether the pieces match the scenes in question well or not, I'll only be able to comment on them for what they are as musical snippets on their own. The two tracks with Peter Green are "Ngankarrparni (Sky blue - Reprise)" which starts with chanting that is unique to this release but then the "Blind Boys of Alabama chants" start which surfaced again on "Sky blue" from Gabriel's "Up" album later in 2002 for a little while and then gives way to piano rhythms and from roughly the 237-239 mark, you can hear a lick which I'm guessing could be Green (as guitarist David Rhodes also plays on this track) which you can't hear elsewhere followed by licks that can be heard on "Sky blue" from "Up" though they are quieter here. I'm guessing the guitar you hear at the four minute mark is Rhodes though. Just when the rhythm part fades out, there is some solo chanting for about 20 seconds when the song comes to it's abrupt ending and "Cloudless" is the other Green related track which is the shorter (and more commercial sounding) of the two which has a
"mix" feel with prominent drum machines etc. You can hear Gabriel's vocals best on this track as well joining in with the chanting by the Blind Boys of Alabama once again. It is very hard to tell if any familiar (or non familiar) Green guitar parts are on this theme variation though, they must be there, but hidden well unfortunately. As for the rest, a mixed bag of "parts" of tracks I liked but there's not really any particular full tracks I could call highlights. The opener "Jigalong" is a windy drone which works better before
and after the percussions make their presence felt. "Stealing the children" is a growling thumper while "Unlocking the door" is a meandering piece on which the second half works best. "The tracker" is suspenseful though the dog type grunts two minutes in to it mar it somewhat though it probably is indicative of what is happening in the film. "Running to the rain" is a builder. Two minutes in, you get a whipping drum sound which works best for dramatics once the high part comes in at the end. "On the map" is a quiet piece, less than a minute in duration which doesn't really amount to anything. "A sense of home" is another short track at less than two minutes but this rhythm driven track gives a nice uplifting feeling. "Go away Mr. Evans" moves in and out of a loud and soft dungeon type mood with the 145-215 mark working the best giving you a "light at the end of the tunnel" feeling. "Moodoo's secret" is a soft, cool whistler though oddly, when the rhythm kicks in, it reminds me slightly of The Zoo's "Voodoo". The beginning of the track is the best part despite the strange "stomach" sounds you will hear. "Gracie's recapture" is a sad watery lament which is one of the few tracks on which you can hear Gabriel's distinctive high vocals, but only just. "Crossing the salt pan" has snake charming rhythms which then give way to more droning meanderings, the rhythms work best on this one. "The return (Parts 1,2 & 3)" is a dramatic theme with various soft and loud swellings and "The rabbit-proof fence" is a short wander (compared to the last two tracks you've just heard I suppose) which ends with chants that get more familiar the closer to the end we get to those we heard on "Ngankarrparni (Sky blue - Reprise)" which then goes straight in to the
closing "Cloudless" (which I had spoken about already above). Not a bad recording as there are some very nice moments on here, but like many soundtracks of this kind, a specialist audience is required.

    Last Modified »
2011-01-02
    Tracklisting »
Discography entry submitted by Marty Adelson.