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The High Sign/One Week: Music for the Films of Buster Keaton Studio album by Bill Frisell Released 1995 Recorded 1995 Genre Downtown music, Film soundtrack Length 36:59 Label Elektra Nonesuch Producer Lee Townsend Professional reviews Allmusic link Bill Frisell chronology Go West: Music for the Films of Buster Keaton (1995) The High Sign/One Week (1995) Live (1995) The High Sign/One Week: Music for the Films of Buster Keaton is the seventh album by Bill Frisell to be released on the Elektra Nonesuch label. It was released in 1995 and features performances by Frisell, Kermit Driscoll and Joey Baron.[1] The album is designed as accompaniment to Buster Keaton's the first two silent films classic, The High Sign (1921) (tracks 1-9) and One Week (1920) (tracks 10-19). It was released at the same time as another album by Frisell of Keaton soundtracks, Go West: Music for the Films of Buster Keaton (1995). Track listing "Introduction" - 0:37 "The High Sign Theme/Help Wanted" - 0:42 "Target Practice" - 1:16 "The Blinking Buzzards" - 1:06 "Good Shot/Swearing In/Shooting Gallery" - 2:30 "Chase/Cop" (5:43) "The High Sign Theme/At The Home Of August" - 1:10 "Chase/Caught" - 3:21 "The High Sign Theme" - 1:56 "One Week Theme/The Wedding" - 0:27 "Reckless Driving" - 1:39 "Construction" - 0:49 "Oh, Well/The Piano" - 1:42 "Fight" - 5:12 "Oh, Well/Bath Scene" - 2:05 "Housewarming Party and Storm" - 2:52 "One Week Theme/Aftermath" - 2:19 "Here Comes The Train" - 0:44 "Oh, Well" - 0:49 All compositions by Bill Frisell Recorded at Möbius Music, San Francisco 1995 Personnel Bill Frisell: acoustic and electric guitars Kermit Driscoll: acoustic and electric basses Joey Baron: drums and percussion References ^ Nonesuch Records album info accessed 12 September, 2008. This 1990s jazz album-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e