Audio commentary with RZA and Andy Klein is an excellent listen. RZA really knows his stuff.
RZA: Live From The 36th Chamber was amazing! RZA did a live re-scoring of the 1hr 51min english language version of the film, drawing from his extensive catalogue of songs and instrumentals with the Wu-Tang Clan, including tracks from Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), Wu-Tang Forever, Method Man's Tical, Raekwon's Only Built 4 Cuban Links, and several other albums.
RZA's cuts were sharp and he brought the music in to accentuate fight scenes and other moments while muting it at…
The Coen Brothers early 60s period piece about a struggling musician in Greenwhich Village is subtle, sad, and it has a great feel to it. Similar in tone to Curtis Hansen's Wonder Boys, but without as many laughs and with a nice folk soundtrack.
There isn't much of a wow-factor, but it feels true to life and it's still lingering in my mind. Another fine film from the brothers Coen. I'm sure that like most of their flicks it will only improve on subsequent viewings.