Chris Field Film Score
So many words can be used to describe Chris Field film scores: rich, powerful, mysterious, enchanting. Music means a little something different to everyone. To Chris Field, music is the harbinger of emotion. It represents the mystery of healing. His music has life to it, and every track on his new release, "Sub-Conscious," is full of life.
He has utilized his full arsenal on this album, combining dozens of different sounds together. The result is a master blend of his unique and beautiful view of the world. Chris Field film scores include Vlad, a major release, and the trailers for dozens of big-budget Hollywood films like Seabiscuit, Cold Mountain, and Austin Powers.
His music is simultaneously confusing and entrancing because it cannot be easily categorized by the ear. For example, when one hears rock-and-roll, it is easily identifiable. Blues, classical music, Jazz, Flamenco: these styles are instantly categorized by the brain. But when you hear music that does not instantly fall into one of these predetermined categories, it causes you to stop and think. What are these interesting melodies? How are they composed?
One could argue that his arrangements and melodies are classically structured, but with a modern orchestration. His music has a tendency to inhabit the mind, and at the same time it can easily be relegated to the background. That is the power of Chris Field film scores. You can hear more at CDBaby.com, where a full sampling of Chris' new album, "Sub-Conscious," can be heard.