To me, the Ennio Morricone kind of sound is a derivative of soul music. A lot of Ennio Morricone’s music, it’s very soulful, very cinematic and very psychedelic. So, the sounds that were used: … the chimes, the bells, the fuzz guitar, it’s something that’s nostalgic and speaks to a listener in a different way. You don’t usually hear those types of sounds in today’s music, but when you hear those sounds it takes you back to the music I like the best: organic music that is composed by real composers at a time when recording was at its height, which I believe was around like ‘68 to ‘73.
“I do not know what it was about that boy but just looking at him, even I wanted to clout him on the head. It was a head that invited violence.” ― Patrick deWitt, The Sisters Brothers
Bon Iver - Skinny Love. Little Rock, 6.3.12.
I was at this show last night, and it was incredible. In this video, everyone starts yelling about 2 minutes in because it started raining. The whole show, lightning was flashing in the background and sometimes it was hard to tell if you were seeing lightning or stage lights. The moody weather was great for the show’s atmosphere.