Angelo Badalamenti

Reesman, Bryan
January 2006
Mix;Jan2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p54
The article reports on career background of Italian-American film composer Angelo Badalamenti. Badalamenti's composition is best identified with haunting, eerie synthscapes that get under the skin, reminiscent of ambient Brian Eno, Harold Budd or early Tangerine Dream. It includes the works and influence of Badalamenti in the motion picture industry.


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