Windows on the World Soundtrack Vinyl ***PREORDER*** - Shipping Aug

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Windows on the World Soundtrack Vinyl ***PREORDER*** - Shipping Aug

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“Inside Of Us All”
Music by Robert Mailer Anderson & Jay Walsh
Lyrics by Robert Mailer Anderson
Performed by David Hidalgo, Vincent Hidalgo, David Hidalgo, Jr., Charlie Musselwhite, Max Baca,
Miguel Govea, David Eugene Russo
Recorded at Sound Asylum, Santa Ana, CA
Engineered by Mike Troolines
Mixed by Michael Landolt
Courtesy of UpCal Entertainment

“Every Tear I Cry For You”
Music by Robert Mailer Anderson & David Russo
Lyrics by Robert Mailer Anderson
Performed by: Emily Braden, Eric Harland, Matt Penman, Taylor Eigsti and Sean Jones
Recorded at GSI Studios, NYC
Engineered by Josh Giunta
Mixed by Michael Landolt
Courtesy of UpCal Entertainment

“Fernando’s Theme”
Written by David Sánchez
Performed by David Sánchez, Obed Calvaire, Ricardo Rodrigues, Luis Perdomo, Mark N. Schwartz, Lage Lund
Courtesy of David Sanchez Melaza Music, Inc.

“Lou’s House”
Written by Eric Harland
Performed by: Eric Harland, Timothy Robinson, Josh Giunta, Dan Rovin, and Kaleta (Leon Ligan-Majek)
Recorded at GSI Studios, NYC
Engineered by Josh Giunta
Courtesy of Eric Harland

“Don’t Break My Heart Again”
Music by Robert Mailer Anderson & David Russo
Lyrics by Robert Mailer Anderson
Performed by Collective Quintet: Edward Simon, Obed Calvaire, Matt Penman, David Sánchez and Robin Eubanks
Recorded at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium
Engineered by Jeff Cressman
Mixed by Michael Landolt
Courtesy of UpCal Entertainment

“New York, New York”
Written by Abiodun Oyewole
Performed by Abiodun Oyewole, David Sánchez, Obed Calvaire, Ricardo Rodrigues, Luis Perdomo, Mark N. Schwartz, Lage Lund
Courtesy of Abiodun Oyewole & David Sanchez Melaza Music, Inc.

“Party People”
Music by Robert Mailer Anderson & David Russo
Lyrics by Robert Mailer Anderson
Performed by: The Live Wire
Engineered by David Russo
Courtesy of UpCal Entertainment

“Can You See Me Falling”
Music by David Russo
Lyrics by Robert Mailer Anderson
Performed by New World Order
Engineered by David Russo
Courtesy of UpCal Entertainment

“Black Lion Rap”
Music by Robert Mailer Anderson & David Russo
Lyrics by Robert Mailer Anderson
Performed by The Black Lion, David Russo, Lizz Vega
Engineered by David Russo
Courtesy of UpCal Entertainment

“Renaissance Man”
Music by Robert Mailer Anderson & David Russo
Lyrics by Robert Mailer Anderson
Performed by 26 Reds
Engineered by David Russo
Mixed by Michael Landolt
Courtesy of UpCal Entertainment

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“Windows on the World” is a dramatic love story about a Mexican son's search for his father – a missing, undocumented worker in The World Trade Center on 9/11. On the morning of September 11, 2001, Fernando (Ryan Guzman - “Step Up” franchise, “Boy Next Door") and his family in Mazatlan watch their TV in horror as the Twin Towers collapse. Fernando's father, Balthazar (Edward James Olmos) works in the Windows on the World restaurant. But he does not call to say he is safe. And there is no way to contact him. As the family grieves for his apparent loss, Fernando’s distraught mother swears she sees her husband on news footage – escaping from the building ALIVE!

Heroic Fernando decides to take the epic journey from Mexico to New York City to find his father and save his family. Along the way, he falls in love with empathetic Lia (Chelsea Gilligan), and befriends an eclectic group of international characters that help him restore his faith in humanity, as Fernando discovers the hard truths about his father, the melting pot of America, and the immigrant experience. The film also has memorable performances from Richard Cabral (“The Mayans”) Glynn Turman (“Cooley High,” “The Wire”) Julie Carmen (“In the Mouth of Madness,” “Gloria”) and Luna Lauren Velez (“Dexter,” “Oz.”) It was directed by Michael Olmos (“Filly Brown") - adopted son of Edward James Olmos, cinematography by Reynaldo Villalobos ("Risky Business,” “Urban Cowboy,” TV’s “Breaking Bad”), with a soundtrack that includes a new song with vocals and guitar by David Hidalgo (Los Lobos) and blues hall of famer Charlie Musselwhite on harmonica. Plus original jazz music from members of the SFJAZZ Collective (past and present), Eric Harland, David Sanchez, Edward Simon, Obed Calvaire, Robin Eubanks, Matt Penman, along with Taylor Eigsti and Ethan Iverson (The Bad Plus)...as well as rising star Emily Braden and a powerful performance from founding member of The Last Poets, Abiodun Oyewole. ***The Last Poets latest record, Trancending Toxic Times is available here at Ropeadope.com https://ropeadope.com/cds/transcending-toxic-times-by-the-last-poets***