The Last Great Wilderness

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The Last Great Wilderness
Soundtrack album by The Pastels
Released 12 August 2003
Genre Indie pop
Label Geographic/Domino
Producer John McEntire, The Pastels
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The Last Great Wilderness is a soundtrack album by the Scottish band The Pastels, containing music from the movie 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 & 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 a lead vocal line is "I Picked a Flower", which features the vocals and songwriting of Jarvis Cocker.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Wilderness Theme"
  2. "Winter Driving"
  3. "Vincente's Theme"
  4. "Flora's Theme"
  5. "Charlie's Theme"
  6. "Everybody Is a Star"
  7. "Flora Again"
  8. "Dark Vincente"
  9. "Wilderness End Theme"
  10. "I Picked a Flower"


  • Stephen McRobbie (or Stephen Pastel) – guitar, keyboards, vocals
  • Katrina Mitchell - drums, vocals, percussion, keyboards
  • Bill Wells - guitar
  • Colin McIlroy - guitar
  • Gerard Love - guitar
  • Allison Mitchell - trumpet
  • Tom Crossley - vocals
  • Richard Hawley - guitar
  • Jarvis Cocker - vocals
  • Annabel Wright - artwork