A video essay on the music of Nic Roeg’s film The Man Who Fell to Earth

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3 thoughts on “A video essay on the music of Nic Roeg’s film The Man Who Fell to Earth”

  1. Amazing! One of my favorite films, and though I like John Phillips contributions, it’s a bummer that Bowie’s unused original scoring was declared, “too spacey for a film set in the Southwest”. Stomu Yamashta’s compositions, and Desmond Briscoe’s electronics, somehow weren’t too alien? I wanna hear those Bowie cuts! Also, had to repost this.

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