New thriller at Olympus is 100% Bajan: Including its soundtrack… What’s the score? Wesu Wallace 1, Sleep? Nil!

When a film has a narrow setting of 3 cast members or less, everything has to be in place exactly so or it can all fall apart. Therefore, when a soundtrack was needed for “Two Smart,” a locally crafted thriller looking at love gone sour, so no ‘canned‘ or pre-packaged music could do – it had to be fresh and prepared right here… Thus, Wesu Wallace was brought in…

Wesu at the Rotary launch, seen sharing his celebration with his closest companion

Wesu at the Rotary launch, seen sharing his celebration with his closest companion

At times tender, other times menacing yet all the time captivating – the music helped to tell the story – and sometimes sleep was the enemy as Bajan Reporter learned from Wesu {CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING ICON FOR FULL AUDIO – SMARTPHONE & TABLET USERS PLEASE CLICK ON Wesu Wallace‘s NAME FOR THE LINK}

While some folks may feel the score was based on this or that, in fact, Wesu stayed away from music while composing and recording – unless playing at prior commitments and other gigs. This challenge was one Wesu enjoyed but does not necessarily wish to perform so quickly againĀ {CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING ICON FOR FULL AUDIO – SMARTPHONE & TABLET USERS PLEASE CLICK ON Wesu Wallace‘s NAME FOR THE LINK}

Two Smart (The title derives from an old Barbadian adage) featuring Saran Lashley, George Gill with Alison Hinds in a strictly dramatic role is now on at the Olympus Theatres at Sheraton Mall.

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