Christopher North | A New High (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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A New High (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

by Christopher North

Original Score Composed and Performed by Multi-instrumentalist Christopher North for the 2015 film (LAFF, SIFF, DOCNYC), on itunes, netlfix, etc.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Outreach (The Union Gospel Mission)
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2. Orientation
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3. 4th Floor Testimonials
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4. Mike Johnson / I Choose Joy
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5. The Steps
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6. Rappel
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7. Towards a Gradual Change
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8. And You Will Never Be the Same
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9. Foss
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10. Wednesday
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11. Dawn / Mt. Si
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12. Rick
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13. Snow School
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14. Drug Test / Shane
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15. Brad (I Have No One)
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16. Six Inches from Death (North Face of Hood)
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17. Van to Hood (Sparrow Underscore)
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18. Where Privacy Ends
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19. Bivuouac
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20. Delirum
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21. Snowy Peaks
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22. Hood Summit
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23. Dawn Didn't
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24. See My Son / Cause to Move On
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25. Ladder
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26. Show Me Something I Get to Take with Me
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27. High Camp
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28. To 10,000
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29. 50lb Pack on Your Back
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30. Dawn Is Strong
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31. I'm Going / The Storm
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32. Can't Keep Up
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33. Fear and Awe over the Crevasse
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34. Rainer Summit
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35. Reflections
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36. Lowest to the Highest
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37. I Don't Have a Home (Bonus Track)
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38. Climb up and Out (Bonus Track)
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39. How Strong You Are (Bonus Track)
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40. Feels Good to Feel (Bonus Track)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Christopher North loves making music, especially for films and collaboration with film makers. A NEW HIGH was a special journey.
The multi-instrumental composer and Sundance Fellow created touching themes and new sounds for this feature documentary that follows recovery addicts on a year long program, including very low lows as they reach for a better life and climb Mt. Rainer's Summit.

Post on Release Day 9.21.17
A New High screens Sept 22-25 at the Cape Town Recovery Film Festival (taking place there & in Johannesburg.) I'm so proud of this film, directed by Sam Miron & Stephen Scott Scarpulla and produced by Eamon Downey.

I’m thrilled to release the soundtrack today, during Rosh Hashanah & the eve of the autumnal equinox - a good time for many to take a few moments to reflect.

This feature doc (LA Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival DOC NYC) has been out since June 1st (dist'd by The Orchard, with high rankings on iTunes & Netflix. I’ve been struggling with getting the soundtrack out. Mostly due to normal reasons (other projects, etc) but mostly to due an abundance of riches, editing down from the 8+ hours of music created for the film (hour plus in final film,) somehow honing that music to a manageable size OMPST, that represents the best stuff.

Upon announcement of this particular festival screening, I saw the light at the end of a long tunnel.
It’s my hope that this music and the care with which I’m presenting this album (in some part reflected in titles & sequencing) offers some solace and support. It's a soundscape with moments of jubilation and awe, along with humbling acknowledgement of dark times, fear and disorientation. Perhaps, it can facilitate meditation on the journey we’re all on. And specifically for those in the program, well, this is for you.

Climb your mountain. It sure feels good to feel.

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