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Chris Burton Jacome | Just the Vampire Hunter (Official Soundtrack)

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Just the Vampire Hunter (Official Soundtrack)

by Chris Burton Jacome

Suspense filled Flamenco guitar and rhythms colored with an occasional homage to the film's 1973 era, create a soundtrack that titillates the mood of it's listener.
Genre: World: Flamenco
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1. They're Real (Intro)
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2. Just's Theme
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3. On the Hunt
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4. Discovering Carla
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5. Larson Arrives
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6. The Recovery
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7. Remembering Sarah
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8. Back On the Hunt
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9. Larson's Everywhere
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10. The Story of Just
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11. Live to See the Light
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12. Vampire Party
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13. Carla Confronts the Truth
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14. Are Those Vampires?
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15. Now Sam Knows
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16. Path to Blood
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17. Confronting Larson
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18. A Hunter Is Born
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Album Notes
Album Credits:

All Guitars by Chris B. Jacome
Bass Guitar by Adrian Goldenthal
Drums and Percussion by Emerson Laffey

Recorded and Mixed by Dustin James Leighton at The Artist's Den, Inc
Mastered by Abbott Miller at AMP Studios

Special thanks to Drum Record Engineer Sam Esparza at Big U Music

Synopsis:

Director Dustin James Leighton redefines the vampire genre with his $25k independent arthouse film, Just the Vampire Hunter. “This isn’t a Hollywood low budget where the studio dumped an extra half a million in post and then used the byline ‘Low Budget’ as a sales pitch. This is a true, home grown film made with one camera, a laptop computer and an outdated version of Final Cut Pro”, says Dustin.

Winner at the International Honolulu Film Awards, Just the Vampire Hunter is The Artist's Den's production debut. What began as a Youtube Series concept on a plane ride from Los Angeles to Phoenix, quickly went viral earning itself feature funding and a fan base in the ten-1000's.

Is JTVH a great film??? The year was 1973 . . . Justin Thomas Wilson was hunting the fallen with an axe and a shotgun. Sam, his young disciple, documented their adventures with the first 8mm camera ever to record sound. Sam knows the rules, "Hunters are a breed of men that keep the balance. They hunt the vampires that are killing more than they should." Driven by revenge for his murdered love, Just' s intentions aren't always clear. Soon Sam finds he might be faced with an enemy that lingers close by. Or, is it his enemy that is about to teach him his most important lesson?

Just the Vampire Hunter team members included Grammy Nominated Flamenco Composer, Chris Burton Jacome and Master Sound Engineer, Abbott Miller of AMP Studios. Writer, Director Dustin James Leighton strived to create an original composition with over 450 hours of custom color correction, a soundtrack captured via digital and analogue recording mediums, and a filming and editing style based solely on the limitations of Canon's first 8mm camera.

If the idea of both evil and sexy vampires, a rough around the edges hunter, suspense mixed in with fight segments that are topped with breakdancing clowns, all wrapped in a stylistic 8mm film stock catches your attention, then it’s certainly a must watch. One thing’s for sure, there’s no other film like it. Join the hunt!

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Nathan Giles

Excellent composition and execution of guitar styles expands the pallet!
Well known for his flamenco expertise, Chris Burton Jacome shows incredible depth as a composer in the movie soundtrack for Just The Vampire Hunter. Mixing the unique sounds of acoustic, electric and classical guitar, with his incredible flamenco skills, all expertly arranged, Chris takes us through the emotions of the story. Beginning with subtle mysterious tones that gently bring us into the story, to rhythmic driven adaptations of flamenco flurries that raise expectations and excitement, to balladic story telling and even a quick romance with seventies style peace, love and rock and roll Chris shows tremendous ability with every genre.
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Tony M.

Brilliant!
Jacome' showcases his talents through the creation of a sound track that incorporates the tension and raw emotion of flamenco, blended with just enough contemporary flare to grab the attention of his diverse audience while brilliantly arranged to support the independent film JUST the Vampire Hunter.
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Michelle A.

Absolute raw, chilling suspense...
This rock-infused flamenco score carries you through a plot laden with dark twists and melodies. Terrific!
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Davis

GREAT score!
This score is perfect for the film! It paints an awesome canvas that connects with the plot and setting perfectly! JTVH is an awesome independent film but this soundtrack is just the cherry on top. Get it ASAP!
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Gene Hauenstein

Vampires and flamenco music? Awesome score!
Vampire movies? Flamenco music? They just don’t go together, or do they?
Chris Burton Jacome, a professional flamenco guitarist, based out of Arizona has delivered a stunning flamenco
based sound track for the movie, Just The Vampire Hunter.
Chris skillfully interweaves the darker side of flamenco music with other ethereal sounds including some searing 70’s style electric rock guitar, to invoke the ambient mood of the movie. What a unique fusion of styles and it works! An interesting combination of flamenco’s fast paced strumming and articulate fingerpicking creates both dark and bright sounds that helps to create the ominous and foreboding nature of the movie. A sure sign of professionalism, the soundtrack has open spaces, to allow the music (and the movie) to “breathe”.

For the last several days I have had this soundtrack on constant rotation both at home and in my car. Despite its foreboding feeling it is very enjoyable to listen to. Congratulations to Mr. Jacome on a flamenco/vampire movie sound track tour de force!
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