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Blackfish (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Amazing.

Although I haven't even seen the movie I love this score. It's haunting and makes you feel as if you're underwater. It clearly stands alone from the movie, and has caused me to want to check it out.

Chilling

I got this album before I was able to see the movie and found it haunting, now that I have seen the film the music is all the more powerfull.

Five Star Movie.

I definitely recommend this movie. Its the most powerful movie I've ever seen before, that couldn't stop crying at moments.. Captivity KILLS!!

Biography

Born: June 20, 1963 in Haywood, CA

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Trumpeter and composer Jeff Beal's music, much of it done for film and television enterprises, encompasses threads of jazz, classical, and new age sounds, and his best compositions feature a logically arranged synthesis of both improvisatory and composed elements. Beal was born June 20, 1963 in Hayward, California, and began studying the trumpet in the third grade, writing his first long-form composition while he was a student in high school, developing the merging of improvisation and classical...
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Blackfish (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), Jeff Beal
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Soundtrack, Music
  • Released: Jul 17, 2013

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