True Blood: Season Two (Nathan Barr)
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1. Vampire Love (3:56) 2. Unpacking Gran (2:09) 3. Ride And Slash (2:53) 4. The Proposal (4:08) 5. Sookie Dreams (3:19) 6. House Party (2:16) 7. EricÂ's Grief / The Bleeds (3:54) 8. Eric The Viking (1:22) 9. Hoyt And Jessica (3:04) 10. Sam Visits (1:52) 11. Pray With Me (2:18) 12. FamilyÂ's Gone (2:39) 13. Goodbye Godric (4:50) A Note From The Creator Nate never ceases to amaze me with his gorgeous score for True Blood. The intricate ways in which he intertwines motifs for characters and relationships the way he marries themes of suspense and dread to deeply heartfelt romantic yearning Â- itÂ's magical. And the sheer amount of music he writes for each episode is astounding! I cannot imagine True Blood without NateÂ's score which has become a character in its own right. Â- Alan Ball A Note From The Composer Season Two of True Blood is completely insane in the very best of ways. Whether itÂ's blackeyed orgies cannibalism or an oversize pig all roads lead back to Maryann! And if we learn anything at all we learn that with a Maenad on the loose absolutely anything is possible. Musically a detuned plucked Psaltery seemed to me just the thing for Maryann coupled with some slippery gourd cello lines and my own wailing vocals to top it off. In addition to the bizarre Season Two also introduces us to SamÂ's tragic past to a growing bond between Sookie and Eric to EricÂ's maker Godric and to BillÂ's maker Lorena all of which provided for wonderful musical explorations. As always my experience working with Alan Ball and his creative team has been a blessing and as I near completion on Season Three I keep wondering when IÂ'm going to wake up from this beautiful dream! Enjoy Â... Â- Nathan Barr
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