Justin Hurwitz – Whiplash (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Deluxe Edition] (2014/2020) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

(Last Updated On: August 6, 2022)

Justin Hurwitz – Whiplash (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Deluxe Edition] (2014/2020)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 01:26:15 minutes | 1,54 GB | Genre: Soundtrack
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © Music.Film

Expanded Package Includes Original Music by Justin Hurwitz Plus Bonus Tracks and Remixes by Timo Garcia, Opiuo, Murray A. Lightburn and More.

Whiplash is a battle of will between a young, possibly prodigiously gifted jazz drummer, and his drill sergeant conductor, who pushes the musician well past his comfortable limits. As portrayed by JK Simmons, Terence Fletcher believes jazz is all about precision – he dismisses drummers by saying the rhythm they’re playing is “not quite my tempo,” a phrase that draws blood in the course of the movie – which is a little odd for a music that’s often based on groove, feel, and improvisation, but it does somewhat fit for a tale of a drummer, as they rely on rudiments more than many of their peers. That precision can be heard throughout the soundtrack to Whiplash and that’s partially due to the construction of the record, which relies on music cues over full-length performances and often interjects snippets of dialogue pulled from the film. The album doesn’t mirror the progression of the film – the elegiac piano showcase “Fletcher’s Song in Club” appears very early on the record – and the quick succession of frenetic cues in the middle of the record mirrors the hard-edged, blindered approach of Miles Teller’s central figure Andrew Neiman. Consequently, the Whiplash soundtrack winds up playing more like a film than a jazz album: it has its own singular momentum and drama that wind up overshadowing whatever long-shaded pieces that reside on the record. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Tracklist:
1-1. J.K. Simmons – Snare Liftoff – I Want To Be One of the Greats (00:43)
1-2. Justin Hurwitz – Overture (03:19)
1-3. Tim Simonec – Too Hip To Retire (03:03)
1-4. Hank Levy – Whiplash (01:55)
1-5. Tim Simonec – Upswingin’ (02:12)
1-6. Tim Simonec – Rehearsal Medley: First Nassau Band Rehearsal / Rival Overbrook Chart / Second Nassau Band Rehearsal / Studio Band Eavesdrop / Studio Band Rehearsal After Breakup (01:52)
1-7. John Wasson – Caravan (09:14)
1-8. J.K. Simmons – What’s Your Name – If You Want the Part, Earn It (01:30)
1-9. Justin Hurwitz – Practicing (01:43)
1-10. Justin Hurwitz – Invited (00:54)
1-11. Justin Hurwitz – Call From Dad (00:40)
1-12. Justin Hurwitz – Accident (05:21)
1-13. Justin Hurwitz – Hug From Dad (01:14)
1-14. Justin Hurwitz – Drum & Drone (01:34)
1-15. Justin Hurwitz – Carnegie (00:36)
1-16. Justin Hurwitz – Ryan / Breakup (00:31)
1-17. Justin Hurwitz – Drum Battle (02:09)
1-18. Justin Hurwitz – Dismissed (02:46)
1-19. J.K. Simmons – Good Job – He Was a Beautiful Player (01:28)
2-1. Stan Getz – Intoit (03:19)
2-2. Justin Hurwitz & Nicholas Britell – No Two Words (01:41)
2-3. Justin Hurwitz – When I Wake (03:50)
2-4. Justin Hurwitz – Casey’s Song (01:57)
2-5. Justin Hurwitz – Fletcher’s Song In Club (01:28)
2-6. Dana Mary Williams – Keep Me Waiting (02:19)
2-7. Justin Hurwitz – Fletcher’s Song (01:37)
2-8. Justin Hurwitz – When I Wake – Reprise (feat. Jullanar Gamboa) (02:45)
2-9. Tim Simonec – Upswingin’ – Bad Drumming (01:22)
2-10. John Wasson – Caravan – Bad Drumming (01:41)
2-11. Justin Hurwitz – Fletcher’s Song In Club – Hälder Flip (02:23)
2-12. Justin Hurwitz – Overture – Opiuo Remix (04:16)
2-13. John Wasson – Caravan – Timo Garcia Remix (04:24)
2-14. Justin Hurwitz – New York City and You (feat. Murray A. Lightburn) (02:40)
2-15. Justin Hurwitz – Came To Win 9 (feat. Konrad OldMoney & Junoflo) (01:48)
2-16. Justin Hurwitz – Fletcher’s Song – DOWORK Remix (02:36)
2-17. Justin Hurwitz – Casey’s Song – The Tao of Groove Remix (03:08)

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