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Neil Finn Talks About "The Song Of The Lonely Mountain"

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Nov 20 2012, 7:50am


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Neil Finn talks to Andrew Dickens of News Talk ZB about recording "The Song of the Lonely Mountain" for the end credits of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.

Choice quote regarding the "anvils" used in the song:
"I'd love to paint a picture of a big, blacksmith's anvil sitting in the middle of the studio but, in actual fact, it was my son Liam [..] poised over an electronic keyboard."

Listen to the interview here.

(This post was edited by Earl on Nov 20 2012, 12:53pm)

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