Music Composed & Produced by Harry Gregson-Williams
Executive Album Producer: Robert Townson Executive in Charge of Music for Sony Pictures: Lia Vollack Music Editor: Richard Whitfield Orchestrations: Ladd McIntosh Strings Recorded by Brad Haehnel Score Mixed by Mal Luker Score Engineer: Jamie Luker Strings Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony Concertmaster: Endre Granat Orchestra Contractor: Peter Rotter Electric Guitars: George Doering & Peter DiStefano Electric Cello: Martin Tillman Electric Violin: Hugh Marsh Piano: Harry Gregson-Williams Programming: Hybrid, Justin Burnett & Phil Klein Score Coordinator: Monica Zierhut Synths Recorded by Paul Thomason Pro Tools Operators: Abhay Manusmare & Paul Thomason
Harry Gregson-Williams would like to thank: Antoine Fuqua & John Refoua, Jason Blumenthal & Todd Black, Lia Vollack & Raul Perez, Vlad Podgoretsky, Esther McIntosh, Gretchen O'Neal, Sam Schwartz, Halli Cauthery & Erin, Jessie, Joshy, Jude & Gracie G-W.
Special Thanks: Tim Ahlering, Dan Brescoll, Shelly Bunge, Valerie Caton, Stephen Knapp & Jennifer Rick.
Release date : 09/23/2014
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Does anyone know a general chronological order to put this score in for a playlist? It seems most tracks are suites but listening to it it seems to be out of order. And where would the Justin Burnett soundcloud tracks go in the same playlist as well?
Can anyone help at all with this?
Here's the ''cue sheets''.
Equalizer Opening [1M1] Alone At Home [1M2] McCall Contemplates [1M3] Doughnuts [1M8] Alina & McCall [1M11] Slavi Shows Up [1M12] She's At ICU [1M13] Hospital [2M14] McCall's Decision [2M15] Killing Slavi [2M19] Teddy Arrives [2M21] Yes I Understand [3M24] Little John's [3M25] McCall & Ralphie Talk [3M27] Teddy's Tattoos [3M28] Corrupt Cops [3M30] Teddy Kills Mandy [3M32] Baseball [3M33] Homemart Robbery [3M33A] Sledgehammer [4M34] The Ring [4M34A] It's All A Lie [4M35] Is It Just You [4M36] McCall Escapes [4M37A] CCTV [4M37B] The Country [4M38] You Were Dead [4M38A] Susan Returns [4M39] Susan's Intel [4M40] Go Be Him [4M41] Torturing Frank [5M42] For Permission [5M42A] Meat Packing [5M43] Taking Andre's Gun [5M44] Do The Right Thing Frank [5M45] Dinner With Teddy [5M47] Tanker Blowup [5M49] Empty Bus [6M50] McCall In Action [6M51] McCall Hiding [6M53] Buck 90 My Ass [6M54] Killing The Russians [7M55] Alina Thanks Robert [7M57]
Thank you very much Anonymous. I do not suppose you know which cues made their way onto the score do you? For one example, Concerned Citizen is a title that does not appear in the cue sheets list you supplied so I am assuming that the score title is some kind of compilation of cues?
watched the movie yesterday, i loved it. BUT, the whole movie and the score to it, screamed so much "Man on Fire".
"A Quiet Voice" is almost the same as "You Betrayed Me" from Man on Fire. All the sound design and effects the same over and over again.
i enjoyed it, because i liked man on fire very much, but then again... doesn't this man have any other ideas? making millions to score for a hollywood movie and giving all the years the same thing?
yeah, same thoughts here. interesting also to hear AGAIN a track from zack hemsey. first the inception trailer, where he stole zimmer the attention, then the transformers fiasco and then again here a cue.
why don't they just hide zack? he would be a great part of the rcp.
So according to IMDB, Harry is no longer scoring Southpaw, it's now James Horner?!?
It is James Horner.
Do we know why it went to Horner? Harry said in Sept that we was just about to start working on it.
I hope it's not because he had to take an extra time to work on Blackhat. :-/
Horner seems like a really bizarre pick for Antoine Fuqua. To be honest I wouldn't be too surprised if he gets rejected yet again. Still, I hope he stays and I'm curious to see how it turns out - maybe an extension of the most MV/RC-sounding parts of Avatar, which would be awesome IMO!
This is an example of how to use a score in a movie. Audible throughout, fitting the mood of each scene and the overal tone of the movie, it's a work perfectly done. I enjoyed the movie a lot, and the score was a big part of it!