|1||–The Pastels||Wilderness Theme||2:46|
|2||–The Nu Forest||I Picked A Flower|
Performer – Alison Mitchell, Bal Cooke, David Mackenzie, Gerard Love, John McEntire, Katrina Mitchell, Richard Hawley, Stephen McRobbie, Steve Mackey, Tom CrossleyProducer [Additional Production] – John, StevenVocals – Jarvis CockerWritten-By – Jarvis Cocker, Katrina Mitchell, Stephen McRobbie
|3||–The Pastels||Winter Driving||1:06|
|4||–The Pastels||Wilderness End Theme||3:34|
|5||–The Pastels||Dark Vincente||3:03|
|6||–The Pastels||Charlie's Theme||3:04|
|7||–The Pastels||Vincente's Theme||2:48|
|8||–The Pastels||Flora Again||0:54|
|9||–The Pastels||Everybody Is A Star|
Written-By – S. Stewart
|10||–The Pastels||Flora's Theme||0:34|
|GEOG18LP||The Pastels||The Last Great Wilderness (LP)||Geographic||GEOG18LP||UK||2003|
|GEOG18CD||The Pastels||The Last Great Wilderness (CD, MiniAlbum, Dig)||Geographic||GEOG18CD||UK||2003|
|T004/SLG002-2||The Pastels||The Last Great Wilderness (CD, MiniAlbum)||Geographic, Slag Records||T004/SLG002-2||Brazil||2003|
|GEOG18CDP||The Pastels||The Last Great Wilderness (CD, Album, Promo)||Geographic||GEOG18CDP||UK & Europe||2003|
|5061362||The Pastels||The Last Great Wilderness (CD, MiniAlbum, Jew)||Geographic||5061362||Australia||2003|
- Artwork [Cover Painting] – Annabel Wright
- Design – Katrina Mitchell, Stephen McRobbie
- Engineer – Bal Cooke, John McEntire
- Liner Notes – David Mackenzie, Stephen McRobbie
- Mastered By – Nick Webb, Steve Rooke
- Performer, Arranged By – Alison Mitchell (tracks: 1 to 9), Bal Cooke (tracks: 1 to 9), Bill Wells (tracks: 1 to 9), Colin McIlroy (tracks: 1 to 9), Gerard Love (tracks: 1 to 9), James Rutledge (tracks: 1 to 9), John McEntire (tracks: 1 to 9), Katrina Mitchell (tracks: 1 to 9), Stephen McRobbie (tracks: 1 to 9), Tom Crossley (tracks: 1 to 9), Tori Kudo (tracks: 1 to 9)
- Producer – John McEntire, The Pastels
- Producer [Additional Production] – Bal Cooke
- Written-By – Katrina Mitchell (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 9), Stephen McRobbie (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 9)
Original soundtrack from the Sigma Films production, The Last Great Wilderness, directed by David Mackenzie.
Mastered at Abbey Road Studios.
#10: Additional production at Seven A.
For promotional use only. Not for sale. Made in the EU - LC 10192 - BIEM / MCPS
℗ & © 2003 The Pastels / The Last Great Wilderness Ltd under exclusive license to Geographic Music.
The Last Great Wilderness is a soundtrack album by the Scottish band The Pastels, containing music from the film The Last Great Wilderness. The music comprises mostly short and atmospheric pieces, while three of the songs Winter Driving, Flora's Theme, and Flora Again are brief fragments of eerie vocal loops and bells. Along with a cover of Sly and the Family Stone's Everybody Is a Star which had previously appeared on a Geographic label compilation in 2002, the only other track to feature. The Last Great Wilderness is a 2002 film directed by David Mackenzie. It stars Alastair Mackenzie and Jonathan Phillips. It was produced by Gillian Berrie at Sigma Films. Scottish band The Pastels provided the soundtrack, which was released as an album in 2003. Alastair Mackenzie as Charlie. Jonathan Phillips as Vincente. Ewan Stewart as Magnus. David Hayman as Ruaridh. Victoria Smurfit as Claire. Martin Bell as William. The Last Great Wilderness on IMDb. Songs in album The Pastels - The Last Great Wilderness 2003. The Pastels - Wilderness Theme. The Pastels - Winter Driving. The Pastels - Vincente's Theme. The Pastels - Flora's Theme. The Pastels - Charlie's Theme. The Pastels - Everybody Is A Star. The Pastels - Flora Again. The Pastels - Dark Vincente. The Pastels - Wilderness End Theme. The Pastels - I Picked A Flower. The Last Great Wilderness. The Pastels. Alternative 2003. Wilderness Theme. The Last Great Wilderness is the soundtrack to the movie of the same name. The Pastels provide background music and two songs. Pastels diehards might be disappointed at the lack of vocals and the fact that one of the two songs, a lilting cover of Sly & the Family Stone's Everybody Is a Star, is recycled from the Geographic label compilation from 2002 but will still be pleased at the typically affecting sounds found within. Listen free to The Pastels The Last Great Wilderness Wilderness Theme, Winter Driving and more. 10 tracks 26:48. Title: The Last Great Wilderness 2002. Last Great Wilderness. Pastels Format: Audio CD. 2003 release for the Pastels is an Original soundtrack from the Sigma Films production, the Last Great Wilderness, directed by David Mackenzie. Track 10 'I Picked a Flower' is performed by the Nu Forest featuring Jarvis Cocker and the Pastels. Produced by John McEntire Tortoise and the Pastels. Song Title. A wonderful album of haunting themes and beautiful motifs, mainly instrumental tracks as you'd expect from a film soundtrack with two 'songs' proper on the album. THE PASTELS The Last Great Wilderness 2003 CD Album Dream Pop Indie Rock Condition: Good. Time left: 3d 23h 6m 8s Ships to: Worldwide. The Pastels - The Last Great Wilderness UK 2003 Geographic LP Jarvis Cocker Condition: Used. Time left: 11d 45m 56s Ships to: Worldwide. The best album by The Pastels is Sittin' Pretty which is ranked number 5552 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 228. The Pastels album bestography. Higher ranked 64,161st This album 74,338th Lower ranked Truckload Of TroubleThe Last Great Wilderness-. Upcoming concerts. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for The Last Great Wilderness album. Random Article. Follow Us. Send a suggestion