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This is the soundtrack to The Possibilities Are Endless, a film about Edwyn Collins and his journey finding his way back to music, life and understanding following his stroke in 2005. It features a stunning collection of music from the film by Carwyn Ellis, Sebastian Lewsley and Collins himself, alongside previously released tracks and new original soundtrack recordings produced at West Heath Studios in London. The results are beautiful and affecting, much like the film itself. 

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The Possibilities Are Endless by Edwyn Collins, Carwyn Ellis & Sebastian Lewsley
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 06 November 2014

Weeping myself into a sodden mess just watching the trailer, the film 'The Possibilities are Endless' about Edwyn Collins recovery from a stroke is sure to be one of this years must-see documentaries. This soundtrack is equally moving, made up of music written and played by Edwyn, Carwyn Ellis and Sebastian Lewsley.

As you may expect it contains tracks from the more acoustic heartfelt end of Collins ouvre interspersed with incidental pieces and instrumentals. Some tracks are taken from Collins albums ‘Home Again’, ‘Understated’ and ‘Gorgeous George’ but there are plenty of new pieces. If you don’t get a shiver down the spine when Collins rich chocolate brown voice appears deep into the gentle finger picked beauty of ‘Quite Like Silver’ then you must have a heart of steel. Gorgeous, affecting stuff.


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