George and Bridget | Nosferatu Single

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Nosferatu Single

by George and Bridget

Original Soundtrack for 1922 Silent Film "Nosferatu"
Genre: Rock: Glam
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It gets a little depressing in the fall in Juneau, with short days, colder weather and enough half-frozen rain to crush the human spirit. But George Kuhar has pounded through bigger obstacles than a little sleet. He decided to take autumn head-on and produce a new soundtrack to the uber-creepy 1922 silent-film vampire classic Nosferatu. On Halloween night in our local art-house cinema, Kuhar and his band play the music live while the movie is projected behind them, and Juneau rejoices. This track, titled "Why Oh Why," is a staple of KXLL and contains all the themes of the score. His wife, Bridget — formally of Velocity Girl, Unrest and Air Miami — plays keyboards and bass on this track. — Andy Kline, KXLL music director



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