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Todd Boekelheide | 3-1/2 Minutes Ten Bullets (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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3-1/2 Minutes Ten Bullets (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

by Todd Boekelheide

Haunting, jazz-inflected music for a film about the "stand your ground" killing of a young black man in Florida in 2012.
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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1. 3-1/2 Minutes
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2. Evidence
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3. Black Friday
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4. Crime Scene
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5. Remembering Jordan
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6. Day Two
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7. Perseverance
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8. Candlelight Vigil
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9. Ray of Hope
4:04 $0.99
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10. Make Another Day
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11. Stay Strong
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12. A Measure of Justice
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is music I wrote for a documentary film directed by Marc Silver called "3-1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets." On Black Friday 2012 at a gas station in Jacksonville, Florida, Michael Dunn, a white middle-aged male, exchanged angry words with Jordan Davis, a suburban black teenager, over the volume of the music in the boy's car. Dunn fired 10 bullets at Davis' car and then fled, leaving Jordan Davis to die at the scene. Arrested the next day, Dunn claimed he shot in self defense. The film chronicles the events that followed, interweaving gripping footage of Dunn's trial, phone calls between Dunn and his fiancé, and the efforts of Jordan's grieving parents to see justice done. The film is a powerful plea for understanding and tolerance in an increasingly divided and tense America. Featured soloists are Bass: Bill Ritchen, Trumpet: Chris Grady, Violin: Rick Shinozaki, Viola: Charlton Lee, and Cello: Kathryn Bates.

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