Filmworks (he shoots he scores)

by Jim Hickcox

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This is the complete soundtrack to "the Rise of Kenji Gojira", along with some related materials that are weirder.

Also there is music from films I've scored or written tracks for in the last few years. These are also all films I directed, because who else would hire me to make music?

You can learn more about any of these and see most of them at www.jimhickcox.com/film.html

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released November 26, 2013

Except where noted, all tracks performed and written by Jim Hickcox.

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Jim Hickcox Austin, Texas

Jim makes music under many different monikers, in many different ways, in many different places. Some of it is worthwhile. A lot of it is by himself. That part is what's on here.

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Track Name: the Capital of the Kingdom
the capital of the kingdom at the center of the world
is the only place that I want to be
because my heart beats in time with the heart of the earth, in
Track Name: Emperor Meiji
Performed by Aryn Geier, Gemma Harris, Jim Hickcox, Wawonenuo.
Track Name: Where Did You Go To? (Kyoto?)
Where did you go to, Kyoto?
Where did you go to my friend?
You were right here, but now
you have left me somehow
just as I've come home again.

Why did you leave me, my city?
And why take my emperor along?
Where did you go to Kyoto?
And where did it all go so wrong?
Track Name: Meiji 88
Performed by Aryn Geier, Gemma Harris, Jim Hickcox, Wawonenuo.
Track Name: Defending the City
Defending the city.
I am defending the city.
I am defending my country.
I am the defender of Japan.
Track Name: Haul Boys, Haul
Haul boys haul
and soon we'll get us all
(way back to England)

Tug boys tug
and we'll get us to the pub
(way back in England)