Executive in Charge of Music for Relativity Media: Bob Bowen Senior VP of Music & Soundtracks for Relativity: Jason Markey Additional Arrangements: Beth Caucci Music Editor: David Metzner Score Recorded by: Nick Wollage Score Recorded at Air Lyndhurst Studios, London
Score Mixed by Alan Meyerson Additional Recordings: John Traunwieser & David Metzner Score Technical Assistants: Alex Belcher, Beth Caucci, Victor Chaga Score Assistant Engineers: Chris Barrett & Michael Srisuwan Score Mixed at Remote Control Productions, Santa Monica
Score Mix Assistant: Christian Wenger Supervising Orchestrator Stephen Coleman Additional Orchestrators: Tommy Laurence, Jonathan Saks, John Ashton Thomas & Andrew Kinney
Featured Soloists: Drums: Danny Carey Guitars & Bass: David Metzner Saxophones: Chris Beckstrom Solo Winds: Papa-Ginou Flute: Karen Jones Mariachi Trumpet: John Barclay Female Vocals: Dee Fredericks Male Vocals: Dominic Lewis Solo Cello: Caroline Dale
Overdubs Recorded at 5 Cat Studios & Apples & Oranges Music Score & Choir Conducted by Gavin Greenaway Orchestra Leader: Gabby Lester Choir: Metro Voices Choir Master: Jenny O'Grady Music Preparation & Librarian: Jill Streater Orchestral Contractor: Isobel Griffiths Assistant Orchestral Contractors: Lucy Whalley & Victoria Lewis Music Production Services: Steven Kofsky Studio Managers: Czarina Russell, Alison Burton & Germaine Franco Album Mastered by Stephen Marsh at Stephen Marsh Mastering
Dominic Lewis would like to thank: Jimmy Hayward, Scott Mosier, Aron Warner, David Stern, Craig Mazin, Bob Bowen, David Metzner, John Powell, Hans Zimmer, Henry Jackman, Rupert Gregson-Williams, Nick Glennie-Smith, Alan Meyerson, Gavin Greenaway, Matthew Margeson, Beth Caucci, Stephen Coleman, Tommy Laurence, Jonathan Saks, Chris Beckstrom, Alex Belcher, Vivian Buff, Robbie Burrell, Danny Carey, Victor Chaga, Al Clay, Ray Costa, Jack Dolman, Germaine Franco, Dee Fredercks, Frank Garcia, Papa-Ginou, Isobel Griffiths, Steven Kofsky, Victoria Lewis, George & Joyce Lewis, Amos Newman, Daniel Pinder, Rae Lynn, Bret & Gregory Price. Czarina Russell, Bradley Rainey, Shalini Singh, John Traunweiser, Seth Waldmann, Ken & Doreen Wells, Christian Wenger, Lucy Whalley, Nick Wollage
And a special thanks to Erin, Mum, Dad, Vicki & Scribbles
Additional thanks: Christopher Austin, Bob Badami, Robin Bailey, Chris Barrett, James Berish, Jeff Biggers, Sean & Patricia Black, Luiz Augusto Buff, Alison Burton, Olly Buxton, Brandon Campbell, Jon Chapman, Chuck Choi, Chris DiGiovanni, Ramin Djawadi, David Dresher, Rayna Ferner, John Finklea, David Fleming, Jeffrey Chandler Gadd, Anni & Will Harpur, Josh Hayward, Stephen Hilton, Tom Holkenborg, Ana Lopez, Chrisitina Mansky, Tim and Sandy McConnell-Wood, Ariane Metzner, Rik Michul, Satoshi Noguchi, Maurice Patiste, Sadie Reid, Gary Rizzo, Cliff Rosenthal, Jerry Salthazar, Valerie Serna, Tom Skyrme, Emlyn Singleton, Jason Soudah, Sara Stump, Cathy Thomson & Mark Wood
Release date: 10/28/2013
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I wasn't sure where to post this, but I just noticed under Dom Lewis' composer page a cue from X-Men: Days of Future Past. That's really interesting, especially considering the ghostwriting rumors that have always surrounded John Ottman. I wonder how that happened?
You're right, Edmund! It seems to be the first half of "Do What You Were Made For". Thanks for pointing this out.
I found this at BMI, surprising indeed... He just helped out for a week on it, working on a couple of cues, which then got rearranged by Ottman...
Cool, hanks for that info Hybrid! Do you know if there's any other credits?
For Days of Future Past ?
From what I saw yeah looks like the additionals are getting royalties lol... But just go to BMI.com, the repertoire search section, search Ottman John V, and have fun...
Ya I found a bunch! Thanks! :D
and how we can hear the tracks from BMI ?
You can't it's just cue sheets... not cues... lol
polob, you don't need to anyway! Every track on the OST is listed on BMI :)
Has anyone noticed how much the main theme of this sounds like the Jade theme from The Rock? Just listen to "Ocellata Turkeys" - it sounds exactly like "Jade" if orchestrated by John Powell.
Wow. You're right! That's really funny.
Things like this make me wonder why Hans Zimmer got accused of plagiarism with the Gladiator Waltz, while stuff like this, much more blatant, are able to slide by undetected. Maybe it's because Zimmer is more popular than Lewis, but it's weird either way (or another example is the Luke and Leia theme from National Treasure 2....lol).
Maybe it's because the Gladiator Waltz is a lengthy piece that's clearly written in the style of Holst, whereas this cue has a melodic similarity, but a very different "feel" to it.
I think the Gladiator/Holst thing is a little overblown, though. Sure, the similarity is there, but it's not exactly lawsuit-worthy...
Yeah just like Broken Arrow and that Edelman thing was no lawsuit-worthy either... But it nearly happened...
Anyway the Jade thing is real but you know, it's not like it's intentional, yeah the melody is the same but 2 composers can come up with the suite of notes, can't they ? :P
Did Edelman have issues when that theme popped up again in Pirates of the Caribbean? :p
If you ask me Edelman can go f... himself big time ! ;)
Sorry to be such a nitpicker, but if Beth Caucci is only credited for "additional arrangements," what does that mean for the cues where she's credited? Did she do any actual composing?
The cues are Dom... She just added some things to it (string sections, percs, whatever)...
Ah, okay. So if I understand it correctly, the "architecture" of the cues is pure Dom, but some of the embellishments/orchestrations/whatever are put in by Beth. All right. I think I'll go with a 75%/25% split then (don't ask...my ratings system is ridiculous and it's the reason why I ask all these questions).
Fun score by the way! Helps make up for Powell's absence. Although the theme makes me think of The Rock ("Jade")...
Actually such a rating system does exist in cue sheet to determine royalties !
I've seen it very rarely but for instance some Wreck-It Ralph cues, which are Jackman 75% Lewis 25% or whatever...
Really? What other RCP scores have those? That could be interesting to know for folks like MacArthur... ;) No offense, MacArthur.
First Dom Lewis score, can't wait to hear that ! :)
If this score doesn't sound very, very much like John Powell and Henry Jackman I'll be quite surprised. :p
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Sounds amazing. Can't wait for this. :)
Actually, this score REALLY is love child of Powell & Jackman !
95% Orchestral only.
Very nice effort... :)
I concur Hybrid Soldier's statement. Fans of John Powell's works for Blue Sky Animated Studio's movies will certainly be pleased with this. (Personally, I am digging all the wordplay in track titles too!)
This got a CD Release, finally. I'm very glad to see that it got a release like that. It needed a proper release.