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Passion Cover
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The Feeling Begins
Gethsemane
Of These, Hope
Lazarus Raised
Of These, Hope (Reprise)
In Doubt
A Different Drum
Zaar
Troubled
Open
Before Night Falls
With This Love
Sandstorm
Stigmata
Passion
With This Love (Choir)
Wall Of Breath
The Promise Of Shadows
Disturbed
It Is Accomplished
Bread And Wine

Passion

£19.99

Available 23 July 2017

Passion is the music, composed by Peter, for the Martin Scorsese film The Last Temptation of Christ.

This 3LP release is Half-Speed Remastered and cut to lacquers at 45rpm.

The vinyl was cut by Matt Colton at Alchemy Mastering, mastered by Tony Cousins at Metropolis and overseen by Peter’s main sound engineer Richard Chappell.

The LP looks amazing with a gatefold sleeve utilising imagery from the original LP + additional images from the film and also contains printed inner bags. All images are newly re-scanned. Limited edition and numbered.

The vinyl LP album also contains a download card with a choice of digital download (Hi-Res 24bit/96k or 16bit/44.1k).

“It has been heart warming to see the return of vinyl. Even though I loved being free of its limitations in the digital world, there is still a warmth and presence to vinyl that somehow makes it a more natural human companion. It is great to see a new generation learning the secrets of the grooves” – Peter Gabriel

Released a year after Martin Scorsese’s controversy-laden film first hit the big screen in 1988, Passion tends to be regarded as a work in its own right rather than just being a movie soundtrack. It features additional music than was included in the film; this extra material was the result of Peter continuing to record and to resolve “unfinished ideas”, hence the later arrival of the record.

“In my research for Passion, many people mentioned the wonderful resources of the National Sound Archive and in particular introduced me to Lucy Duran, who both understood what I was hoping to achieve and made lots of great suggestions. Scorsese had asked for a new type of score that was neither ancient nor modern, that was not a pastiche but had clear references to the region, traditions and atmospheres, but was in itself a living thing.”

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