I was completely inspired by Danny Boyle's SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE. In many, many ways: Form and content aligned; Not only was it about the world today, it was about film history and where it can go; It had total respect for the audience and desired to both please, inform, and encourage. We all need to reach higher.
The list could go on and on for me, but a key thing was the soundtrack. Man, did it rock. And take me to other places. Immediately it went to the top of my wish list. And now I can listen to it free. Legally, too. That's something to be thankful for.
Rhapsody has added it to it's library. Rhapsody allows you to listen to 25 tracks for free a month. So that means you can listen to the Slumdog soundtrack right now. It may be early morning, but we are dancing in our house. This soundtrack is to me what Last King Of Scotland's soundtrack was previously. Why is it that when Brits go to other countries to make great films, they come back with great soundtracks?
Any way, you can join the party and listen to it by just clicking here. Just then add each song to your player and let your ass do all the rest. Happy Thanksgiving!