"Red's Theater Of The Absurd" Written & Produced by Jack White Performed by Pokey LaFarge & The South City Three Band Members: Pokey LaFarge, Joey Glynn, Adam Hoskins & Ryan Koening
Score Composed & Produced by Hans Zimmer Executive Soundtrack Album Producers: Jerry Bruckheimer & Gore Verbinski Executive in Charge of Music & Soundtracks for The Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Group & The Disney Music Group: Mitchell Leib
Additional Music by Geoff Zanelli, Rupert Gregon-Williams, Steve Mazzaro, Andrew Kawczynski, Jasha Klebe & Lorne Balfe
Music Business/Legal Affairs for The Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Group: Scott Holtzman, Sylvia Krask & Don Welty Music Production for The Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Group: Monica Zierhut Supervising Music Editor: Kenneth Karman Music Wrangler: Bob Badami Music Editors: Pete Oso Snell & Katie Greathouse Sample Development: Claudius Bruese, Ben Robinson, Raul Vega & Taurees Habib Digital Instrument Design: Mark Wherry
Featured Musicians: Nico Abondolo, Jason Bonham, Ann Marie Calhoun, Anthony Clarke, Mike Einzinger, Pedro Eustache, Aleksey Igudesman, Arturo Sandoval & Tristan Schulze
Supervising Orchestrator: Bruce Fowler Orchestrations by Walt Fowler, Kevin Kaska, Suzette Moriarty & Carl Rydlund Music Preparation by Booker White, Walt Disney Music Library Score Recorded by Joel Iwataki Score Mixed by Daniel Kresco & Satoshi Noguchi Album Mixed by Daniel Kresco Digital Workstation Operators: Kevin Globerman & Vincent Cirilli Orchestra Conducted by Nick Glennie-Smith Scored Recorded at Sony Scoring Stage, The Newman Scoring Stage Scored Recorded & Mixed at Remote Control Studios Orchestra Contractor: Peter Rotter Assistant Orchestra Contractors: Megan Wintory & Yvonne Tranne-MacDonald Concert Master: Belinda Broughton Music Production Services: Steve Kofsky Score Coordination for Remote Control Productions: Czarina Russell Technical Assistants: Chuck Choi, Brian Wherry & Phill Boucher Digital Instrument Design: Mark Wherry Assistant Engineers: Christian Wenger, Tim Lauber & Adam Michalak
Hans Zimmer would like to thank: Gore Verbinski, Jerry Bruckheimer, Morgan Des Griseillers, Mitchell Leib, Monica Zierhut, Amy Robinson, Michael Breidenbrücker, Pat Sandston, Craig Wood, James Haygood, Shari Hanson
Bonnie Abaunza, Jillian Abood, Lorne Balfe, Tiffany Bordenave, Chris Boyes, Candace Carlo, Jordi Vazquez Cecilia, Leland Cox, Nick Douillard, Mike Einziger, Ariel Emanuel, James, Trish & Max Golfar, Peter Gorges, Michael Hein, Axel Henson, Elizabeth & Martin Holdgate, Kai Krause, Chaz Labrecque, Amy Magrish, Christina Mansky, Paul Massey, Amos Newman, Albert Nolasco, Ryan Ouchida, Kathy & Stephen Paine, Bradley Rainey, Catherine Sanderson, Shalini Singh, Chris Strong, Stéphane Vidali, Brigitte Zimmer, Zoë Zimmer, Jake, Annabel, Max & Suzanne Zimmer, and the entire staff at The Walt Disney Studios Music Department and the Disney Music Group
Release date : 07/02/2013
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Excelent score by Hans Zimmer, here mix correctly his style, with the morriconian style, the result is amazing, themes like "Absurdity", "Ride", "For God and For Country". And that way finish with that homenaje in "Finale", just spectacular
Hmm, here's an interesting "interview". He actually has nice things to say about this one. ;)
Five words, friend: his praise of Rob Marshall. ;)
Who is conducting the orchestra?
True Mike, true. :)
Russel, that is Nick Glennie-Smith.
you do know that Gore directed this movie?
Yes, I know that. What I meant by my comment was this: Hans Zimmer might very well make it look like he had a pleasant time working on The Lone Ranger (even though we know he didn't), just like Hans praised Rob Marshall to no end in a POTC4 interview (even though Rob Marshall gave him a lot of trouble and made him dislike the experience). Moral of the story: never trust official interviews. ;)
To be fair it sounds like it was less Rob Marshall causing trouble and possibly more from the producer side of things. Why would R.M., a talented, musically astute guy insist on a score made up of reheated collection of snippets from previous scores.
I don't know how the production went but I'd wager he's prob low down on the list of people responsible for the complete arse that is the POTC4 score.
Good point. I'm sure Hybrid Soldier can clarify... ;)
Home reminds me of the first part of the Patriot theme by John Williams for some reason
Please listen to "Slight Night Shiver" by the French Band M83. It is very similar to "Home".
to me, the theme for "Home" was probably inspired and potentially temp-tracked to a loop of the finale piece for Field of Dreams by James Horner.
another clear temp-tracking source example in the lone ranger would be the music heard when we see the train for the first time at the beginning of the film: this clearly "inspired" by a track in Henry Jackman's score for Kick-Ass.
is Home a suite or a cue? i haven't seen the film to know
I'd say kinda both.
For this reason In the film some of the cues in ride. hold Home just faster:)
Absurdity, Silver & Home are theme suites.
Hybrid, was there a suite for the 'Ride' track? The beginning of it is very Zimmerish so presumably he did that bit himself.
Home IS the suite for Ride, NM.
Nah, I'm not talking about the bits from 'Home' or 'Silver', I'm talking about the very start of the track with the guitars and stuff.
Ah, well...You know, NM, lotsa stuff sounds like Zimmer in these scores but isn't him, necessarily. It's supposed to sound like Zimmer, regardless of who wrote it, so that the score is cohesive.
Assume it is until told otherwise. :)
For once MacArthur speaks sense.
For me, I often assume the opposite: that it's NOT Zimmer by himself, unless I hear otherwise. :P There are exceptions, like "Flight" from Man of Steel and "Prologue/Gotham's Reckoning" from TDKR, both of which just scream Zimmer to me, however.
"What Are You Going To Do...etc" is another one that sounds like Zimmer himself did it (not just because it's almost exactly the same in his suite, but also because it seems like he often handles opening/closing scenes in movies).
Awww, man. Zanelli's website was finally updated, so now you can click on "The Lone Ranger" poster and listen to his music from there, but sadly, the only track he has listed is "Finale". We already knew you did Finale, man!!!! Oh well. Guess some more concrete crediting will have to wait for this one.
Is the "Finale" track really only by Geoff Zanelli? On 1:53 a familiar Sherlock Holmes sample is used and Zanelli wasn't involved with in that one. Also, there's an interview where Zimmer talks about the Willhelm Tell ouverture.
Simple, buddy: Zanelli used Zimmer's music in Finale. ;)
Or Hans used his music in it.. He is a composer.. obviously ;)
Pardon my stupidity, Radik, but I don't follow you.
No it's not that simple. The part around 1:53 is taken from the Willhelm Tell ouvertue, so it's nothing Zimmer composed for the movie. And right there the Sherlock Holmes sample appears which could mean that Zimmer was at least involved in this part. On the other hand it's clear that Zanelli and Gregson-Wlliams have to have soemthing to do with the score, since they are credited.
Well of course Zimmer was somehow involved with it. He has to give it a pass before it's used in the score he's been hired to compose. But just because a Sherlock Holmes sample is used doesn't mean Zanelli didn't put it in there. I'm sure he has access to all the samples he needs for a given cue, regardless of whether it was Zimmer's in the first place or not.
Sure it can be, but isn't it more likely that Zimmer used this sample here, he probably even created that sound and I believe I heard it in another Zimmer score as well.
The most likely thing is that either Zanelli asked Zimmer if he could use the sample, or else that sample can be found in some giant central Remote Control library that is open to all the composers to use. You hear different samples from different scores by different composers all the time, it doesn't mean Zimmer had a hand in the cue at all.
You'd have to ask Hybrid. ;)
"...or else that sample can be found in some giant central Remote Control library that is open to all the composers to use".
That's my thinking, Edmund
There is a giant central server... And when HZ decides to close THIS sample library and open THAT one, it takes HOURS to load ! lol
The Lone Ranger Complete Score(Edit) PUBLISHED! :) Track List 1:Logo 2:Make Trade 3:This is a Damn Bank Robbery!! 4:Colby Texas, 1869 5:The Future is just Around the bend 6:This is My Bible 7:Hanson Place (Shall We Gather At The River) 8:Almost Hanging Time Butch 9:Market Stall (Music Box) 10:Right on Time 11:Butch Escapes 12:Butch's Gang Arrives 13:Nothing Comes Next 14:Time Has Come Wendigo 15:A Lawyer and a Crazy Indian 16:The Railroad Waits For No Man 17:Just Taking This Man Into Custody 18:It's My Home 19:Tonto Scares Danny 20:Silver 21:No Cover 22:The Canyon 23:Ambush 24:You've Looked Better 25:Spirit Horse 26:Manure Hair 27:Visions 28:Don't Look Down 29:Why Are You Talking to That Horse 30:Silver Bullet 31:Kemosabe 32:Red's Theater of the Absurd 33:Wendigo Getting Away 34:Escape From Red's 35:Rebecca Sees Scout 36:'Indians' Attack Reid Home 37:Was not Indian 38:Our Horse Can Fly? 39:Wrong Brother 40:Butch's Camp 41:The Valley of Tears 42:Lost in the Desert 43:I Understand You Have An Indian Problem 44:Death Dance 45:The Tent 46:Never Taste Other Man's Drink 47:Tonto's Tale 49:Nature Is Out Of Balance 50:Where The River Begins 51:Bye Frank 52:You're Just A Man In A Mask 53:It Could Be All Yours 54:Is This The Man You've Been Looking For (Silver) 55:Twitchy Finger 56:The Truth Revealed 57:Nothing Is Accomplished Without Sacrifice 58:It Was A Good Plan 59:Finale 60:Up to you, Kemosabe 61:End Credits Part 1 62:End Credits Part 2
SamFisher, 2 things :
1st = What have you not understood about the rules ? Too small brain perhaps ?
2nd = What the f... is that thing ?
Hybrid I did not know im'so sorry
SFX-ridden crap is what it is. Pass.
That's the funniest thing I read all day...
Thanks for that bit of humor.
I'll take an SFX laden score right now over nothing...
Could be a while before the real deal comes down the pike.
What's wrong with the Main score (This one) I didn't necessarily hear anything in the film that wasn't on the soundtrack.
Garage hits the road once more! Yip-Yip-Hooray!
I absolutely can't stand SFX-ridden boots, so until the real deal does leak, it IS "pass" and the original album for me. Sorry if you find that amusing. I didn't mean to be super dismissive of this or anything, but I do have certain standards. :p
Hybrid Soldier, you are an asshole. If it's against the rules, fucking remove it. You webmasters are always bitching about people posting tracklists and NEVER removing them. So instead of whining, do something about it
And to everyone else: the guy worked hard on it. He posted the list to advertise it and let people know it's out there until the real deal becomes available. Like putting a house on the market. It's available, come and look, see if you like it. The list may be removed from here (if the webmasters will even do something about it - drum roll, let's see if they do!!) but it will certainly remain at it's current location.
Please remove this list from these site immediately.
It's "this site", not "these site", and I doubt if Intrada were to actually want the list down that they would post it in the comments section under a misspelled handle. :p
I don't like when Hybrid Soldier is angry.
Yes, but unlike the Hulk, Hybrid is ALWAYS green, even when he isn't angry.
Everybody just calm down, a list of only.. lol
Are you sure this is new tracklist from Intrada?New special limited edition?
D A R T H
it's a dvd/bluray rip with sfx...
no it's not a limited edition :-|
D A R T H
it's a dvd/bluray rip with sfx...
no it's not a limited edition :-|
Jesus Christ you people act as if this score was THE most anticipated score of the year!
Actually from what I gathered it wasn't....SO I don't see what the fuss is about.
@Intada Store: They used to be called Intrada with a "r". So try again.
Actually Man of Steel was probably the most anticipated score This year from what I have read.
Hybrid, since when is it forbidden to post a tracklist? This is just a list, with no link attached to it.
I am not against posting a complete listing (without link of course) but a DVD rip...
Please don't use bad language in this site. It will be bad thing if Mr. Zimmer ever see the curses in here. This is his site to share with his fans, his music, and because his is one of the best composers and a great man, I believe we must careful our words in here. Mr. Hybrid sorry for this comment, but I felt bad for the "asshole" word in here.
this is a very easy case I think. Hans was bored sitting next to disney bosses watching Johnny Depp playing the silly / dump pirate. after four pirates suddenly he realized he's watching Johnny Depp playing the silly / dump indian again with disney bosses. and after rango he was not so intrested in western. (also Depp playing the silly / dump chameleon)
about not going to lone ranger event: don't forget that Hans smiled really proudly at the opening of potc 4.
I'm waiting for Hybrid to update the who-did-whats on this score and to see Zanelli's name next to all of the other tracks as well as the "Finale"... ;)
I don't think that will happen cause Zimmer did it.
lol, same, Edmund. I really have no idea who did what here, though, besides Hybrid repeatedly saying Zanelli was the no. 2 composer on it. I suspect Absurdity and Silver will be credited solely to Zimmer, though, because they sound like suites.
And sadly, the Lone Ranger image on Zanelli's website is just that: an image. No link to click on, and thus no music. This is purely conspiracy, but I wonder if maybe it's not clickable because Zanelli doesn't want us to know just how much he did?
And please don't jump on that comment, anyone. I really like this score, whoever wrote it, and that comment has nothing to do with its quality.
It's just Geoff put it long before the release, so he indeed couldn't share music, but no doubt he'll add cues in the future... :)
And no, there's a cuesheet available, which isn't detailed... :)
Why is he even bothered to take these assignments if he doesn't care? If it is a favor for Verbinski then this kind of attitude doesn't quite complement his motives. Unless, of course, Verbibski too didn't enjoy this ride either.
Well the important is the result. Did this score deliver ? Apparently everyone says yes, so what's the problem ?
That's obviously not what "e" here is looking for. I'm guessing it's the first half of the end credits, which is like an extension of the best parts of the Finale with all of the themes presented over the William Tell rhythm. It's an awesome cue and I can't believe they couldn't find room for it on the album! :/
It's understandable HZ dropped it, since the material is basically a mix between William Tell and the Silver suite.
And even if the arrangement is cool, I don't think HZ care...
And if it was him only, he wouldn't have released a soundtrack at all...
Actually he didn't care at all about that score... Give him MOS & Rush ANYTIME !
Hybrid Do you know Hans
You haven't been on that site for a very long time apparently, but already flooding like crazy ! (evil)
To be more serious, I wouldn't consider I "know" him, let's just say I "exchange" with him for 3/4 years now... ;)
Hybrid, what you're saying is pretty harsch. If Hans didn't care, why the hell did he take the full credit? He could have co-credited Geoff Zanelli... or given him the whole thing. Geoff needs visibility and recognition because he's one of the most talented RCP composers these days.
I agree with you but... Doesn't EVERYONE know Geoff did the key cue to that score, the most praised one ? ;)
Wait your saying Zanelli did the score
Certainly not, though he's by far the n°2 guy here... :)
Yeah Hybrid, we all know that. But people with a bit less interest in film music have no idea who Geoff is, but they all know HZ... Seriously, can't Hans tell Versbinski & Bruckheimer "sorry guys, i have no time/no interest in doing this score, but you know Geoff from Rango & Pirates, he's highly competent and will be glad to work on your movie". There would've been NO difference, just maybe a bit less Pirates/Sherlock rip-off :p
I personally thought that this score was very good and in an interview with Zimmer he said he was glad to do this score
I really enjoy this film score, but I can tell Zimmer doesn't really care about it. Almost no interviews on it, and the one interview he did do was awkward and barely dealt with the score.
And MacArthur, my friend, NEVER trust official interviews. Hans also gave high praise to Rob Marshall, POTC4's director, but Hans hated working on that movie.
Yeah I didn't care to much for that score. some of it was ok but overall didn't care for it
I wonder if Zimmer is going to score POTC5
According to our friend Hybrid here, Zimmer doesn't want to. I really feel like Geoff Zanelli, the number 2 guy on all the other Pirates films, will do it.
Funny that a score that Hans apparently considered beneath him and didn't pay much attention to is, IMO, easily the best thing he's done in the last four years. Whereas Man of Steel...yeah.
I quite liked Man of Steel as a whole (even though its use in the movie was disappointing), but I agree with Edmund: TLR is one of Zimmer's best in a while.
Hybrid, could you take a stab at the credits for this one?
Nothing available I'm afraid. For now... If there is you'll be the first ones to know !
and i think that Zimmer would do POTC5 because in the last one, the score was not that great now i think he will do it again just to please audiences and you never know maybe this one will be the best one of all the POTC scores. I guess we won't know till it comes out.
Hans "didn't care at all for the score?" That surely cannot be good publicity, what do you mean exactly? He didn't have a good experience, he wasn't happy with his work?
trent easton navarro
typical, Zimmer's best score in ages and he doesn't care for it...
Did you see HZ do PR for Lone Ranger ? No... Barely a couple interviews, no premieres...
While he's travelling the world for Rush & 12 Years A Slave and did so for MOS.
Says it all... :)
"Says it all" indeed. And the one Lone Ranger interview there was, Hans totally fudged his way through it.
Well, based on what Ive heard much of it doesnt really sound like his music anyway, more like Geoff Zanelli's music....
I can only think that the Absurdity track is his...
He probably did the same for this movie that he did for the original Pirates, only he put his name on this release...
I'd be sad if I was a director and Hans didn't care for the score to my film.
Yeah, it would be interesting to see how his relationship with Gore is now. I'm thinking it's more of a Bruckheimer issue than it is an issue with Gore. Hm, we'll see.
Does "Home" remind anyone else of John Williams? It reminds me in a way of War Horse. It's a departure from Zimmer's usual style and, in my opinion, one of his best pieces of music in a while.
And for the life of me, I can't figure out why Zimmer didn't necessarily like this score...It's hugely enjoyable, in my opinion, and in a way seems more heartfelt than Man of Steel was. I like Man of Steel also, but it's a typical big, epic Zimmer score. The Lone Ranger seems more modest.
Actually Home sounds like a retooled version of the Time theme from Inception...
I think Hans simply didn't really like this movie. it's really a betrayal to this genre. basically on paper this is a western and within that it's a revenge movie. what a joke... for some reason disney thinks the bad guys can't be directly and personally killed by the poor good guys in a revenge story. look at the final train chase. jesus fuck... what is this? the Miranda act in a western?? so the question is why Hans agreed to do this after he saw the movie? and why Verbinski agreed to this? I really believe that he doesn't like it too. and the funny thing is that disney thinks,this way, younger audiences can learn about western. so what they do is important and cool and fun. and during this, slowly and surely star wars is coming...
Loved the score not the movie the score was fantastic and moving. The movie not so much. It was Anti-American and lacked Character development. But like I said, the score was amazing Zimmer did a fantastic job.
because a movie is a anti american it's a bad movie? mmmh that argument is really weird.
Well The Lone Ranger does strike me as an American thing. Not sure, since I'm not familiar with it, but it seems to be that way; and if that is indeed true, then wouldn't it be odd for an American thing to be anti-American?
The Movie was basically about Tonto the Lone Ranger was a buffoon and it was anti capitalist in which the Greedy white people stole the indians land which if you read the right history books is not true. not the Revisionist history books but such is hollywood.
In That sense it was anti American Because it slammed white people in general and it slammed industry which was one of the things that made this country great. Now that is not to say that there where not greedy white people in those days. but for the most part the government and settlers in those times usually paid for their land. it also made the Presbyterians look like idiots who couldn't think their way out of a paper bag. and i know for a fact that the christians who came to settle the west were very smart and willing to work with the Indians. and were very helpful to them. but all in all the score that Zimmer made was a very good score i enjoy it a lot.
As an European, I don't think the movie is "anti-american". The greedy railway boss, the gangsters attacking people to make them believe Indians violated the treaty, the interaction with the US army, the silver mine... are all reminiscent themes not only in Western movies, but also in Western cartoons like Lucky Luke. This movie's never pretended to be historical, it's more like a big mash-up of Western-y elements.
I totally agree DS... Maybe cause I'm European too... But I hardly see this movie as "anti-american"... Quite the opposite. You know, for every single country on this planet, History is basically ugly. EVERY SINGLE ONE. No fairy tales, just tons of bad decisions leading to other bad decisions leading to even worse.
So basically, depicting some parts of the history on a movie will always be harsh on the people depicted... No need to try to find "anti" this or "pro" that or politics/messages everywhere... Just enjoy the ride.
I Know that they where just trying to make a fun movie but i wish that they would at least stick to the facts a little more because i really didn't enjoy the fact that the christians where buffoons thats just what got me. I did enjoy Johnny Depp's performance i just thought that the casting for Armie Hammer could have been different. I think Chris Evans would have been better. Oh and did i mention that the score was the thing that rocked the film.
WOW. What a horrible movie. Barely any music in there, honestly if a complete score leaks maybe 10 minutes of good unreleased stuff, at best. Shame on the producers for not using more, Silver and Absurdity are quality tracks, should have been used. (I didn't even stay for the credits, that's how bad the film was)
also the film was a disorganized mess and the acting was goofy and incongruous
The End Credits Consist of a 3:00 remix of the principal themes for the film, followed by the track "Home".
Aside from this, what's missing are just extended versions of themes already presented on the album (Tonto's theme with the piano, his backstory, etc). And you're right - it's about 10 minutes or so of extra stuff...
I'm surprised the movie was so disjointed, but then I realized that werewolves were initially intended, but scrapped, so I rolled my eyes at the final product...
In all seriousness I think they should have kept in the werewolves...I know that's not in line with the Lone Ranger, perse, and all that supernatural stuff is more in tune with the Pirates franchise,
But considering most viewpoints of this film were describing this as a "Western version of Pirates of the Caribbean" anyway? Plus the fact that they DID include some supernatural elements in there, despite axing the werewolves?
They should have just kept the damn werewolves in there...At this point it sure as Hell wouldn't have hurt the production...And at the very LEAST it would have made Cannibal Butch, the silver fetish, and that goddamn silver bullet issue make so much more sense...
Just my two cents...
Joe: Absurdity and Silver are theme suites, that's why they aren't in full length in the movie. But these themes are present in many other tracks...
um... there definitely is WAY more than 49:36 of score in this film -.-
There may be way more...one scene I can point out as an example is the Tonto gets arrested scene...
but most all of what's left are just variations of the themes already presented on the album...and most those other variatons are not really varied, so I never really caught any significance to them...
theeaglesfan005, I said maybe 10 minutes of GOOD stuff, most of the rest was ambient or uninteresting
Best 10 minutes of missing score:
End Credits 1 Tonto's back story Old Tonto scenes
Joe: you said the movie was an "disorganized mess". I just saw it, it's absolutely not "disorganized". It's just unconventionnal, the story's told in a very original way. If you paid enough attention, you'd have realized that the storytelling is actually brilliant. I recognize it might lose younger audiences, but i had a great time seeing, for once, a blockbuster doing things differently.
Plus, photography and score were gorgeous.
But I didn't want different for this type of film. I expected unconventional in terms of acting and plot, not production and editing. Too many random things happened. Hollywood is getting worse, and the films with great actors are paying the price :(
I found the story very unconventionnal, at least in comparison with the average hollywood sci-fi blockbuster we get these days...
trent easton navarro
@Joe - Hollywood is indeed getting worse. But The Lone Ranger isn't one of the reasons. It's actually one of the more innovating films of this year. While I agree that the film is a bit uneven. The brutal violence doesn't always match with the goofy and absurd tone of the film. But visually the film is stunning. The action scenes are great and Zimmer's music is excellent, his best in years. Most importantly, this film is FUN! Which can't be said from the crapfest that is Man of Steel (and The Dark Knight Rises for that matter).