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An Interview with 9513 Country Music
One of the most accurate interviews I have had; they took my words and used them correctly! … I erased the .wav file off the recorder. We got all the way up to November and several other songs later, and they called … Continue reading
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An Interview of Dickon Hinchliffe, from Light in the Attic
Here is an excerpt from Light in the Attic‘s interview with Dickon; “The original soundtrack for Winter’s Bone features quite a lot of songs interpreted/performed by Marideth Sisco (amongst other artists). In creating the score, did these songs have any influence … Continue reading →