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Peter Gabriel - Passion: Music for The Last Temptation of Christ album mp3
Film Music,Soundtracks,World Fusion,Art Rock,Original Score
  • Performer:
    Peter Gabriel
  • Title:
    Passion: Music for The Last Temptation of Christ
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Film Music,Soundtracks,World Fusion,Art Rock,Original Score
  • Date of release:
    June, 1989
  • Recording date:
    February, 1988 - March, 1989
  • Duration:
    01:05:53
  • Recording location:
    real World Studios, England
  • Size FLAC version
    1956 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1433 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1447 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    789
  • Formats:
    ASF DXD MP2 DMF MOD MPC

Passion (re-released as Passion: Music for The Last Temptation of Christ) is an album released in 1989 by the English singer-songwriter Peter Gabriel. It was the first Peter Gabriel album to be released on Real World Records. It is his second soundtrack and eighth album overall.

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Credits

Louis Allen - Assistant
Said Mohammad Aly - Percussion, Percussion Programming
Antranik Askarian - Doudouk, Duduk
Mustafa Abdel Aziz - Arghoul, Drones, Percussion Programming
James Bell - Back Cover
Marc Bessant - Graphic Design
Norma Bishop - Assistant
Dan Blore - Sleeve Restoration
David Bottrill - Drones, Engineer, Mixing, Slide Guitar, Tambourine
Robin Canter - Cor Anglais, Oboe
Richard Chappell - Assistant, Engineer, Photography
Billy Cobham - Drums, Guest Artist, Percussion, Tambourine
Ian Cooper - Mastering
Djalma Corrêa - Percussion
Tony Cousins - Remastering
Aaron Denson - Assistant
Massamba Diop - Drums, Talking Drum
Nathan East - Bass
Manny Elias - Drums, Octoban, Surdo
Kudsi Erguner - Flute, Ney Flute, Turkish Flute
Richard Evans - Assistant, Engineer, Tin Whistle
Fatala - African Percussion, Percussion, Percussion Programming
Peter Gabriel - Audio Frame Systems Operator, Bass, Composer, Doholla, Double Bass, Drums, Emulator, Fairlight, Flute, Flute Sample, Keyboards, Liner Notes, Mixing, Percussion, Piano, Primary Artist, Producer, Prophet 5, Roland D50, Sampling, Shaker, Surdo, Synthesizer, Vocals, Vocals (Background), Voices, Whistle (Instrument)
Julian Grater - Cover Art
Edel Griffith - Assistant Engineer
Jon Hassell - Trumpet
Vatche Housepian - Doudouk, Duduk
Manu Katché - Percussion
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan - Guest Artist, Qawwal
Michael Large - General Manager
Baaba Maal - Guest Artist, Vocals
Steve McLaughlin - Program Assistant, Programming
Susie Millns - Design Coordinator
Mouat - Design
Youssou N'Dour - Guest Artist, Vocals, Voices
Anne Parsons - Assistant
Hossam Ramzy - Cymbals, Finger Cymbals, Mazhar, Surdo, Tabla, Tambourine, Triangle
David Rhodes - E-Bow, Guest Artist, Guitar
Dan Roe - Assistant Engineer
Doudou N'Diaye Rose - Percussion, Percussion Programming
David Sancious - Arranger, Guest Artist, Organ (Hammond), Sampling, Synthesizer, Synthesizer Arrangements, Vocals (Background)
Martin Scorsese - Filmmaker
Shankar - Composer, Double Violin, Guest Artist, Vocals
Lakshminarayana Shankar - Violin
Gus Skinas - Audio Frame Systems Operator
Mic Smith - Research
David Taraskevics - Studio Manager
Mario Tursi - Photography, Still Pictures
Julian Wilkins - Choir Boy, Choir/Chorus, Vocals
Tabrizi Mahmoud Zadeh - Composer, Kemence

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Feeling Begins Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 4:00
2 Gethsemane Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 1:23
3 Of These, Hope Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 4:05
4 Lazarus Raised Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 0:36
5 Of These, Hope (Reprise) Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 1:06
6 In Doubt Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 2:07
7 A Different Drum Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 6:05
8 Zaar Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 4:44
9 Troubled Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 2:46
10 Open Peter Gabriel / Shankar Peter Gabriel 3:18
11 Before Night Falls Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 2:16
12 With This Love Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 3:36
13 Sandstorm Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 2:55
14 Stigmata Peter Gabriel / Tabrizi Mahmoud Zadeh Peter Gabriel 2:24
15 Passion Peter Gabriel / Tabrizi Mahmoud Zadeh Peter Gabriel 7:36
16 With This Love (Choir) Peter Gabriel / Tabrizi Mahmoud Zadeh Peter Gabriel 3:19
17 Wall of Breath Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 2:25
18 The Promise of Shadows Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 2:12
19 Disturbed Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 3:07
20 It Is Accomplished Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 3:30
21 Bread and Wine Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 2:23

Joni_Dep
When Martin Scorsese made the controversial The Last Temptation of Christ (1988), few would have thought that Peter Gabriel, a rock musician by trade, would compose the music for the picture. The result is a sensational, transcendent score that should be considered a masterwork. Winning the Grammy for Best New Age album, Gabriel’s Passion is more world music-esque in treatment, particularly his use of ethnic instruments (a look at the album booklet reveals a fascinating collection of more than twenty instruments used) such as the Armenian Doudouk, Kurdish Tenbur, Turkish Ney Flute, performed by world-class ethnic instrumentalists. The album features music from Scorsese’s film, but there is also additional music that completes the experience. I personally think that one needs to take into consideration that Gabriel’s work here is one of those rare moments in the history of cinema when an unlikely alliance yielded a perfect artistic endeavour. Scorsese was bold to tell Christ’s story (adapted from Nikos Kazantzakis’ novel) like never before, humanizing rather than deify him. The music, earthly and organic yet invigorating and inspiring, stems from the same school of thought. All 21 tracks in the album are top-notch and reward repeat listenings. I doubt there will be music created in this way for cinema ever again.Highlights:‘Of These, Hope’ – A track that starts with a cacophony of trumpet-like sounds that give way to a strong, rhythmic bass line. The ambient melody is simple but discernible, performed by synthesizers. This piece transports us across a vast land in search of hope, and perhaps, faith.‘A Different Drum’ – My favourite track. There’s a heavy use of percussion and ethnic vocalization that drives the music. But what gives me the chills is around the 1:30 mark, when the music soars to the skies with uplifting voice-work by Peter Gabriel. Stunning, to say the least. ‘Troubled’ – This piece features some of the finest drumming and percussion work of the whole album.‘It is Accomplished’ – Accompanying the final scene of the film into the end credits, this enlightening piece is full of rejoice and hope. With a repeating melody, the track brings us a sense of victory over sin, and of unwavering faith and commitment to the cause. One of the most inspiring pieces of the album.Reviewed on Luxman Stereo Integrated Amplifier A-383, Marantz Compact Disc Player CD-63SE, and a pair of 1973 New Advent Loudspeakers.Sound Quality: Astounding recording with dynamic soundRating: 5 stars
Tejar
"Passion" is like the "No Jacket Required" of world music. The album won a Grammy upon it's initial release, and is cited by some people as their introduction point into the world music genre. Peter Gabriel takes various "from the field" recording of world artists and adds his own blend of post punk sensibilities to the tracks. One of the stand-outs of the record would be the opening track ,"The Feeling Begins", with it's soaring violins and emotive wailing vocals. The rest of the record is some of Gabriel's best soundtrack work and musical work in general, bouncing from wedding like compositions to almost battle like cries of vocalization. "Passion" is a definite stand-out in Gabriel's long and varied discography with it's otherworldly vocals and incredible percussion heavy instrumentals.Final Ratin-8/10Stand-Out Tracks- "The Feeling Begins", "Zaar" and "In Doubt"