Raise The Red Lantern - Raise The Red Lantern album FLAC
Raise the Red Lantern is a 1991 film directed by Zhang Yimou and starring Gong Li. It is an adaption by Ni Zhen of the 1990 novel Wives and Concubines by Su Tong. The film was later adapted into an acclaimed ballet of the same title by the National Ballet of China, also directed by Zhang. Set in the 1920s, the film tells the story of a young woman who becomes one of the concubines of a wealthy man during the Warlord Era. It is noted for its opulent visuals and sumptuous use of colours
Title: Raise the Red Lantern (1991). I can certainly understand why this film is so critically acclaimed. Raise The Red Lantern is one of the only Chinese movies I've seen, but I'll definitely admit that it's unusual to see a film this stylistically masterful come out of Hollywood (although it can happen - The Thin Red Line, for example). A lot of what makes this film work is Zhang Yimou's outstanding directorial style; his use of color against bleak background is especially effective.
Album Name Raise the Red Lantern. Released date October 2009. Labels At A Loss Recordings. Music StyleSludge Metal. Members owning this album0. 5. Deliver Us/Deliverence.
About Raise the Red Lantern (Original Soundtrack Album). This is the soundtrack for Zhang Yimou’s 1992 historical epic about a woman (Gong Li) who becomes a concubine for a rich man in the 1920s. A number of tracks on the album contain wordless vocalizing from a chorus or soloists. Others use traditional Chinese instruments. Raise the Red Lantern (Original Soundtrack Album) Q&A. More Zhao Jiping albums.
Raise the Red Lantern's first eponymous release, on At a Loss Recordings, is more tamely-titled than past offerings - unlike titles such as 'Thunderf--' and 'Breathe Fire. Adding to the subtlety is the lack of band name and album title on the cover art, which was done by designer/artist Rick Leech. But what the cover lacks in identification it makes up for in weirdness: a crowned, hairy being with (vaguely) one eye and skeletal arms descend upon a pile of skulls at sunset.
BPM Profile Raise the Red Lantern. Album starts at 82BPM, ends at 93BPM (+11), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
Raise the Red Lantern is a 1991 film directed by Zhang Yimou and starring Gong Li. It is an adaption by Ni Zhen o. .Arriving at the palatial abode, she is at first treated like royalty, receiving sensuous foot massages and brightly lit red lanterns, as well as a visit from her husband, Master Chen (Ma Jingwu), the master of the house, whose face is never clearly shown.
|2||Thick As Thieves||6:31|
|5||Deliver Us / Deliverance||3:00|
|6||No Man's Land||4:53|
|8||Seduction Of Slumber||7:11|