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|Entertainment - Music|
|Friday, 23 March 2012 03:02|
I think Beck is one of the most important artists and diverse music has today. The artist can significantly change and innovate style from one disk to another and this time was called, and agreed to participate in the new film Jeff Who Lives at Home, in which they operate Jason Segel and Ed Helms.
As part of the official soundtrack of the film the artist made "Looking for a Sign" this is a song a bit away from what we hear from the U.S. but it is still an outstanding issue. It's a song that comes closest of all the country, with an acoustic guitar, a peaceful pace and as you can not miss in any country track, a good harmonica am in the middle. But all at the touch alternative usually has our great Beck.
Jeff Who Lives at Home is an indie film is in theaters right now, at least in U.S. theaters, and was directed by Mark Duplass, who also worked on Cyrus or Baghead.
In addition to a Beck song soundtrack is also confirmed by, among others, Spin Doctors, respectable, Robert Walter and Acorn. So we can expect very good music.