Original Score Composed & Produced by Henry Jackman
Executive Music Producer: Chris Montan Music Supervisor: Tom MacDougall Score Recorded & Mixed by Alan Meyerson Score Conducted by Nick Glennie-Smith Score Orchestrations by Stephen Coleman Music Editor, Production: Earl Ghaffari Music Editor, Score: Daniel Pinder Music Production Director: Andrew Page Music Business Affairs: Donna Cole-Brulé Music Production Coordinator: Ashley Chafin Executive Music Assistant: Jill Heffley Music Production Assistant: Jimmy Tsai
Music Preparation by Booker White - Walt Disney Music
Score Contracted by Peter Rotter Score Choir Contracted & Conducted by Jasper Randall Digital Score Recordist: Kevin Globerman Concert Master: Bruce Dukov Additional Music: Dominic Lewis & Paul Mounsey Additional Score Orchestrations by Andrew Kinney & Gernot Wolfgang Mix Assistant: John Chapman Score Technicians: Victor Chaga, Vivian Aguiar-Buff & Antonio Andrade Score Production Services: Tammy Saunt Score Coordinator: Matthew K. Justmann Assistant Music Editor: Daniel Waldman Scoring Stage Recordists: Tim Lauber & Damon Tedesco
Scoring Stage Managers: Tom Steel & David Marquette Scoring Stage Engineer: Denis St. Amand Additional Score Recorded by Chris Fogel Additional Score Recording Assistant: Bryan Carrigan Score Recorded at Fox Newman Scoring Stage, 20th Century Fox Studios Score Mixed at Remote Control Productions Soundtrack Mastered by Gavin Lurssen & Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering
Release date : 11/24/2014
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A very good score from Jackman. I hear bits from X-Men: First Class, but it's really enjoyable. The movie is incredible.
I haven't had a chance to listen to this yet. Looking forward to it, Jackman generally does better with films that have a "lighter" touch.
Also, thank GOD someone is talking about something that's not Interstellar.
Give it a month or so and the Interstellar stuff will fade... ;)
No it wont. In a month the uber deluxe special edition will come out and will feature all the tracks people don't want ;)
Also the only score I am realy hyped for now is the hobbit. I haven't heard it yet (only samples) but this will probably end up as my score of the year.
The movie is amazing, i think better than frozen. My daughter took me to the theater to see it 8 times, and the score is wonderful. Jackman had done and amazing job. The track "First Flight" is one of the best from Jackman, powerful, even my daughter hears the score every day, especially "First Flight". She knows what happened with the movie when she hears every track.
8 times in theatres is messed up. How much money is that
@Anonymous I don't think it was a waste of time or money. Every time we saw it we enjoyed the movie, and now she knows what happen in the movie with every track. When i saw her smile every time we saw the movie is when you realize that it wasn't a waste of money.
Jackman's animation OSTs are nearly always interesting :)
Animated Jackman good, action Jackman bad (except X-Men).
Kick-Ass bad ? :O
X-Men was good!!
I Love Kick-Ass Music... Henry is brilliant!
Kick-Ass is amazing!! Dah dah dah.....DAH DAH!!!!!
Puss in Boots is one outstanding score, let's see if he can top that.
Yeah, Kick-Ass is decent. If you can count either one as a Jackman score really, that is.
Abraham Lincoln isn't awful either, and what I have heard of This is the End sounds quite promising. So it's not as cut and dried as I made it sound. But in general, Jackman's animated scores and "lighter" projects turn out a lot better IMO than his straight action ventures.