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The Man Who Heard Too Much

Daniel Olson
self published

This CD is a re-mix of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1946 film “The Man Who Knew Too Much” soundtrack. Most of the dramatic music and principal dialogue have been removed. The remaining sounds have been rearranged to create an atmosphere collage that include footsteps, buses, taxis, horse-drawn carriages, resturants, airports, cheering crowds, church bells, telephones and much, much more. The ensuing sound feels like an audio film where our ears follow an abstract narrative to let our minds wonder in and out of images.

  1. The Man Who Heard Too Much

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