Miriam Cutler | One Bad Cat - The Soundtrack

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One Bad Cat - The Soundtrack

by Miriam Cutler

A blues and African tinged soundtrack for a film about an African American \"Outsider artist\". Traditional blues guitars, harmonicas, African balafons and dejembes accompany the colorful and racy story of a prolific artist.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Introducing the Reverend
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2. Enter his world
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3. Where I been...
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4. Wagner's ark
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5. Crooked Mile
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6. Goin to Cleveland
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7. Safe with faith
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8. Naked lady
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9. Home is good
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10. Wagner's sin
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11. The Reverend is saved
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12. Clergyman's Certificate
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13. Sing Sergio
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14. Wagner's Bible
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15. Face it
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16. Through the door
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17. USA Today front page
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18. The real US History
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19. Self-hate
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20. Internal Racism
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21. Car Ride Through the hood
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22. Michaelangelo
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23. Amy Smart
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24. The art sale
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25. Terry's house
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26. Rage painting
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27. The knot
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28. Not guilty
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29. Black Moses
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30. Faith
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31. Outrageous
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32. He loved that
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33. Name
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34. To the Hospital
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35. You made it
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36. Bonita Sings Wade in the Water (Bonita Wagner Johnson)
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37. Primal
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38. Museum music/Bonita Sings One Bad Cat Intro
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39. Epilog/Bonita Sings One Bad Cat/Credits
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the soundtrack album for the documentary film, ONE BAD CAT.

Through intimate verite scenes and candid interviews of outsider artist Albert Wagner, his family members, and art patrons, the documentary explores whether a driving passion coupled with a divine intervention can really redeem a man with many past indiscretions.

Further, the film explores Albert\'s past of growing up in a segregated south and how those experiences shape his often controversial messages and \"lessons\" on race and religion. By examining the community that purchases \"Visionary\" or \"Outsider\" art the documentary investigates how racism in American has not only effected one man, but how it continues to affect our society at large. Punctuating the film, Albert’s paintings and sculptures, illustrate not only scenes from Albert\'s history, but lend a unique lens to how he views the world.

The lively score combines blues, African elements, and jazz to compliment the colorful and outrageous art of the Reverend Albert Wagner.


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