Charles Roland Berry
Scala & Kolacny Brothers
Easy Star All Stars
St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Easy Star All Stars
January, 10th 2017
Gambler, The album description:What could be more interesting of … no, not interesting – more attractive, than easy money? Hardly anyone would have refused the opportunity to enrich themselves in an instant, by chance, and at the same time, who would agree to risky scam? The answer is simple: the player. Those who cannot imagine his or her life without risk, without greed and without tickling own nerves.
The hero of this motion picture walks on the edge. He used to be lucky, used that money from card games themselves jump into his pockets – and not that he got relaxed, rather, simply believed in the lucky star. But there comes a time when the pockets are empty, when Fortune launches its wheel so that his teeth are completely knocked out. Then begins the most interesting part.
It is fascinatingly that, despite the catastrophic situation on the verge of failure, the film is full of jokes and funny scenes and moments when the hero openly enjoys life, though literally is one-step afar from death, because his life is at stake.
That will be the soundtrack – on the brink of a foul, which does not interfere with enjoying what is happening, seeing everything as one big adventure in which a chance of winning is one in a million, but he still possesses this chance.
Sound engineers came very toughly to love line – it's nice to see, or rather to hear how a story about forbidden love of student to a teacher with a double life is reflected in the music. Dinah Washington perfectly reflects with vocals in This Bitter Earth her personal opinion to the crazy life. The collection opens with St. Paul & Broken Bones with the That Glow product and we would like to draw particular attention to the track Outro, which is one of the final ones. Reference: "The Gambler": more info on IMDb, Wikipedia