“…the soundtrack composed by Sarah Wallin Huff stands out as both a powerful album, taking its listener on an emotional journey of beauty, despair, and hope, as well as a fascinating study of the composer’s visceral and intellectual connection to the source material…the album is a stunning collection of gorgeous, orchestral selections comprised mostly of string instruments that are, at times, vividly haunting but always entirely engrossing.” (Barbra Dillon)
A musical interpretation of a man’s journey through self-discovery and, ultimately, to freedom, based on the novel, “The Book of I,” by Jorge Armenteros.
1) Faces in Foam
2) Phillipy is Fragmented
3) Sweet Camila
4) The Elusive Everyman and Her Majesty
5) I Know What Death Sounds Like
6) Solitude’s Hypocrisy
7) I Am Water
8) Born of Everyman
Plus, Album Notes!
Grabbed an album from Sarah, and promptly had to grab everything else I could find. An excellent variety, and excellent throughout… It’s been a long time since I’ve been moved by an entire body of work.