The Great Gatsby Quotes by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Lana Del Rey - Young and Beautiful (Official Music Video)
Great Gatsby! Oscar Saboteur Targets Lana Del Rey Song ‘Young And Beautiful’: Video
However, my parents dragged me to see it, and watching it I was stunned. One of the components of the Luhrmann formula that I thought really hit the nail on the head was the great use of contemporary music in the film. If this is the last line of this post you read, please do yourself a service and give this song a listen. It was always going to be hard to incorporate the rap elements into a film about the jazz age, but on reflection, it may actually add another dimension to the text. One thing about this soundtrack did disappoint me though. Electro-Swing is a genre of music where producers take snippets of s jazz songs and remix them, and given that this is a whole musical genre, the two upbeat electro tracks on the album are really lacking. Oh, and Mr.
Scott Fitzgerald 's novel of the same name. Interscope Records released it on May 6, The soundtrack comprises fourteen songs, including new material and cover versions performed by various artists. It contains a mixture of genre, including hip hop, jazz, and alternative music. Luhrmann specifically selected these styles of music to better immerse the audience into the story of The Great Gatsby. The album received a mixed response, with the selection of songs and singers dividing critics. It peaked at number one on the U.
Remember when Lana Del Rey was controversial? Predictably, not much was learned or achieved from this. But something unexpected happened: Lana continued to release music that people sort of enjoyed or at least enjoyed talking about , and the blogosphere naturally found plenty of new issues to divide itself over. During their makeout session heyo! She once loved Tom, too. It is, depending on your tolerance for the big and dumb, a very touching moment. That Lana succeeded in creating an original piece of music deepened by its connection to the movie is also a flip from your run-of-the-mill corporate placement, where one product tries to cash in the established cachet of something cooler.