Executive Producer for Varese Sarabande: Robert Townson Executive Soundtrack Album Producer: James Mangold Score Music Editor: Tom Carlson Temp Music Editor: Ted Caplan Additional Arranging, Midi Orchestration & Programming by James McKee Smith, Paul Mounsey, Michael John Mollo & Beth Caucci Orchestra Conducted by William Ross Concert Master: Bruce Dukov Orchestral Contractor: Gina Zimmitti Assistant Orchestral Contractor: Chrissy Brantley Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony Lead Orchestrator: John Ashton Thomas Orchestrators: Dave Metzger, Rick Giovinazzo & Germaine Franco Music Preparation: Mark Graham, JoAnn Kane Music Service Score Recorded by Armin Steiner Additional Recording by Hugo Nicolson Mixed by Hugo Nicolson Mix Assistant: Marc Viner Score Recorded & Mixed at The Newman Scoring Stage, Eastwood Stage & 5 Cat Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Recordists: Tim Lauber & Tom Hardisty Engineers: Denis St. Amand & Ryan Robinson Stage Managers: Tom Steel, Greg Dennon & Jaime Olvera Scoring Editor: David Channing Scoring Digital Recordist: Larry Mah & Tom Hardisty Music Production Assistants: John Traunwieser, Grace Lai, Erin McAnally, Jacob Merryman, Oliver Schnee & Jason Waters
Featured Musicians: Guitars: Adam del Monte, Rodrigo y Gabriela, George Doering, Federico Ramos & Michael Ripoll Accordion: Nick Ariondo Piano: Doug Petty, Otmaro Ruiz & Randy Kerber Drums: Joey Waronker & Satnam Ramgotra Bass: Alex Al & Eliseo Borrero Percussion: Luis Conte
Mastered by Patricia Sullivan Fourstar Executive in Charge of Music for Twentieth Century Fox: Robert Kraft Music Supervised for Twentieth Century Fox by Amy Driscoll Business Affairs for Twentieth Century Fox: Tom Cavanaugh Music Production Coordinator: Rebecca Morellato
John Powell wishes to thank James Mangold, Cathy Konrad, Tom Cruise, Robert Kraft, Amy Driscoll, Rebecca Morellato, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Laura Engel, Richard Kraft, Jeffrey Light, Armin Steiner, Hugo Nicolson, Paul Massey, Tom Carlson, Bob Hunt, Gerhard Lengeling, & Manfred Knauff, Betty Bennet, Danny Haikin, Doug Rogers, Paul J. de Benedictis, Maarten Spruijt, Jeff Petersen, Erica McDaniel, Ozzie Sutherland, David Channing, Scott Wride, Doug Magyari, & Gino D'Auri
Dedicated to Melinda Lerner & Oliver Powell
Thank You: Alexander Beltran, Tom Carlson, Ted Caplan, Aaron Downing, Laura Engel, Chad Fischer, Germaine Franco, Ted Gagliano, Ellen Ginsburg, Erin Hamilton, Cathy Merenda, Michael Mollo, Jo Ann Orgel, Jeffrey Taylor Light, Kevin Teasley & Aerli Quirarte
Release date : 07/06/2010
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This is by far my facorite John Powell score. Truly, deeply epic (I mean... Rooftops is a masterpiece of musical score). It's an inspired piece of work and it keeps evolving all along with those amazing themes. Rarely have I liked a score that much.
favorite* but I believe you understood the point nonetheless.
Do you think it is possible that John Powell reunites with Doug Liman on the upcoming "Edge of Tomorrow"? They've always worked together. It could be an extremely nice return to the action genre.
This is kinda surprising for me, I thought Powell is doing it.
I sure hope so. I like the animation scores as much (or probably more) than the next guy but I hope he can keep the assignments a bit more varied than they have been in the past few years. Knight and Day here is his last live-action movie IIRC and that's over three years old by now.
1m3 At The Airport 1m4 Someday List 1m5 Plane Flight 1m6 A Kiss at 35K 1m7 Rough Landing 1m9 Woozy Lesson 2m10 Crazy Morning 2m12 Fitz Grills June 2m13 Trouble on I-93 2m13 I-93 Remix 2m14 Running From Roy 2m16 Hostage 3m18 Car Ferry 3m20 Worse Guys 3m21 Drug Montage 3m22 Drones 3m23 Kiss Predator 3m24 In Austria 4m25 Galley Fight 4m27 Five Star 4m29 June Spies 4m30 What's Your Price 4m31 He's a Spy 5m32 Believe in Luck 5m33 Rooftops 5m33 Rooftops Remix 5m34 June Returns Home 5m34 ALT #2 June Returns Home 5m38 5826 Amapola 5m39 He's Alive 6m44 Part 1 Running of the Bulls 6m44 Part 2 The Dock 6m45 Roy's Shot 6m46 June's Bust But Roy 6m47 Someday Kiss
Is it 100% legit?
Note something: No cue lengths.
Doesn't mean anything. Sometimes people delete them or bother typing them out, or a playlist generator does not include them. Even the slates mean nothing if you have nothing to compare it to.
01 At the Airport (4:39) 02 The Kiss (1:01) 03 Rough Landing (1:53) 04 Airplane Explosion (0:51) 05 Trouble on I-93 (4:02) 06 Running from Roy (2:19) 07 Car Ferry (1:32) 08 To the Island of Love (2:50) 09 Island Escape (1:27) 10 In Austria (1:28) 11 Galleryy Fight (3:37) 12 Salzburg (2:12) 13 June Spies Pt.1 (1:38) 14 June Spies Pt.2 (1:48) 15 He's a Spy (1:10) 16 Rooftop Chase (2:34) 17 Roy is Death (0:44) 18 Hostage (3:31) 19 Villa (2:25) 20 Reunion (4:23) 21 Bull Run (1:50) 22 Bull vs. Bike (1:03) 23 Bike Chase (0:21) 24 The Talented June Havens (1:00) 25 End Chase (0:33) 26 Going to Cape Horn? Take a Jacket (3:02) 27 Someday (performed by The Black Eeyed Peas (4:31)
I really enjoyed the movie but i want to know one thing: the music when june was drunk by roy in the workshop. the soldiers attacked them and june made mistake by firing randomly. can u tell me what it is?
Thanks for your review ! It makes me looking forward to listen to it !
According to IMDB, John Powell will be far from getting bored in the next months :
# Winnie the Pooh (2011) (in production) # Ice Age: Continental Drift (2012) (filming) # Kung Fu Panda: The Kaboom of Doom (2011) (filming) # Happy Feet 2 in 3D (2011) (post-production) # Rio (2011) (post-production) # Mars Needs Moms! (2011) (post-production)
After his masterpiece for HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON, I think he'll be the most wanted "animation movie composer" ! And he deserves it !
YES!!! This is the soundtrack all Powell fans have been waiting for. It's a wonderful mix of all the great Powell action scores. (look at Daren's post below, I agree 100% with him)
Thanks to iTunes, they already have this score available for purchase for $9.99, you can't get a better price for this piece of art :)
Personal favorite tracks: At The Airport: It's link the Tango song from Mr. And Mrs. Smith, and the theme for Knight and Day.
Rough Landing: A continuation of At The Airport and then a crazy action theme towards the end, reminiscient of John's earlier work on Paycheck especially the tracks Hog Chase .
Trouble On I-93: A great action piece. Reminds me a bit of Scooter Chase from Bolt and Hancock.
Running From Roy: A nice acoustic guitar piece, something familiar and different from John.
Five Star: Reminds me a lot of John and Jane's Identity, especially the string melody.
Rooftops: This is the BEST BEST BEST song on the entire score, this is John Powell's best!! It has a nice classical melody with those drums and fast action packed sequence. You can definetely picture Jason Bourne, Hancock, and Mr. And Mrs. Smith with this track. It starts off slow and then builds and never lets go until the very end.
Bull Run: Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, BAM this track comes. It's like Bim Bam Smash collided with the Mr. And Mrs. Smith and Paycheck. Excellent track!!
Overall a great soundtrack from Mr. Powell. Ashame there isn't anything else planned for him for a while :(
YES! This is going to be the next big score for John!!! It's like the score Mr. and Mrs Smith but with more of a kick!! The Bull Run song sounds like it's going to be one heck of an action packed track. I'm seriously excited.