"Johanna" Performed by Miles Kane Written by Mark Ronson, Miles Kanes, Ben Garrett & Geoff Zanelli
"Heart's A Liar" Performed by Rose Elinor Dougall Written by Geoff Zanelli, Mark Ronson & Rose Elinor Dougall
Music by Geoff Zanelli & Mark Ronson
Orchestra Contractor: Isobel Griffiths Assistant Orchestra Contractor: Lucy Whalley Score Conducted & Orchestrated by Alastair King Additional Orchestrations by Tom Richards, Richard Bronskill, David Butterworth, John Ashton Thomas, James McWilliam, Michael Leonhart Music Preparation: Jill Streater of Global Music Service Scoring Engineer: Peter Cobbin ProTools Operator: Toby Hulbert Engineer & ProTools Operator: Joshua Blair Engineers: Riccardo Damian & Rhys Downing Mix Engineer for Mark Ronson: Ben Baptie Assistant Engineers: Tim Marchiafava & Lewis Chapman Score Recording Assistants: Stefane Civetta, Matt Jones & Jon Alexander
Booth Readers: James McWilliam & Julian Kershaw Orchestra Leader: Thomas Bowes Russian Choir Performed by London Voices Choirmasters: Terry Edwards & Ben Parry Score Audio Editor: Kirsty Whalley Score Recorded at Abbey Road Studios Abbey Road Studio Manager: Colette Barber Score Mixed by Dennis Sands Music Mix, ProTools Operator: Adam Olmsted Score Mixed at Sound Waves SB Harpsichord Provided by Claire Hammett Technical Score Advisor: Phill Boucher Technical Score Assistant: Zak McNeil Vocals: Rose Elinor Dougall, Georgia Lee, Edie Langley, Joe Van Moyland & Miles Kane
Mark Ronson's Band: Guitars: Tommy Brenneck & Brian Vargas Drums: Homer Steinweiss & Steve Jordan Bass: Nick Movshon & Luques Curtis Keys: Victor Axelrod Trumpet 1: Dave Guy Tenor Sax: Ian Hendrickson-Smith Trumpet 2: Michael Leonhart Trombone: Ray Mason Baritone: Sax Martin Perna Percussion: Reinaldo Dejesus & Carlos Maldonado Piano: Zaccai Curties Writing: Ben Garrett
Executive Producers for La-La Land Records: MV Gerhard & Matt Verboys Album Mastered by Patricia Sullivan at Bernie Grundman Mastering Production Assistance: Frank K. DeWald & Neil S. Bulk
For Lionsgate: Executive in Charge of Film Music: Carter Armstrong General Manager & EVP, Music Business Affairs: Lenny Wohl Music Executive: Trevon Kezios Music Budget Supervisor: Chris Brown Director, Music Business Affairs: Karen Sidlow Music Coordinators: Ryan Svendsen & Nikki Triplett Assistant to Mr. Armstrong: Rona Rapadas Assistant to Mr. Wohl: Ally Wigmore
Geoff Zanelli wishes to thank: David Koepp & Mark Ronson for this incredible, fruitful collaboration, Christi Dembrowski, Johnny Depp, Monique Feig, Kenneth Kokin, Andrew Lazar, Patrick McCormick, Michael Paseornek, Gigi Pritzker, Sam Sarkar, Erik Feig, Eric Aronson, Carter Armstrong, Trevon Kezios, Ryan Svendsen, Hans Zimmer, MV Gerhard & everyone at La-La Land Records, Dan Goldwasser, Laura Engel, Richard Kraft & everyone at KEM, Emilie Erskine, Jordan von Netzer, Charley Walters & everyone at CW3, Jennifer Jardine for her never-ending love & support, Dick & MaryAnn Zanelli, Bill & Alberta Schmidt, & the Zanelli, Schmidt & Garcia families
Mark Ronson wishes to thank: David Koepp, for taking a chance on me & also introducing me to Geoff Zanelli (I couldn't think of a better sparring partner for my first scoring experience), Homer Steinweiss, Tommy Brenneck, Victor Axelrod & Nick Movshon, Dave Guy, Ian Hendrickson-Smith, Michael Leonhart, Martin Perna & Ray Mason (the dudes), Rose Elinor Dougall, Miles Kane & Ben Garrett, Josh Blair (whose knowledge & attention to detail kept my sessions from jumping the rails), Riccardo Damien, Rhys Downing, Phill Boucher, Zak McNeil, Carter Armstrong, Trevon Kezios, Katia Lewin - & every musician, copyist, fixer & recording engineer who contributed to this project
Release date : 01/20/2015
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What's it matter? Why are people so obsessed with wanting cue by cue breakdowns for every piece of music? It states the artists right there on the front cover. Stick those in your iTunes tags and enjoy the music. Simples.
Yes @Anonymous, but I would only like to know whitch track is by Geoff Zanelli or Mark Ronson?
My apologies to you, fair enough. I thought you were one of those people who wanted every single composer and additional composer and their granny credited on each and every track! Be well.
Can't people be curious about the process of writing ?
Does it really matter?
this score is serviceable to the movie, and thats about it...
This score is like Austin Powers with a Moustache...Scored by Hans Zimmer. Movie was dumb fare, and I'm talking Hudson Hawk.
Musicwise, I didn't hate it, but I wont remember any of it. I will remember Depp's Pringles Moustache, though.
First I want the "Who did what" for Kung Fu Panda 2. But that ain't gonna happen soon, y'all. :)
I already did that...
Really!? Hans is credited on every track, even on the expanded score.
Anyways, thanks for gathering the Info regarding additional music.
Had no idea Zanelli was doing this. The trailers for it look beyond awful.
"The trailers for it look beyond awful."
They really do. Then again, I think most trailers are awful, even for films that turn out to be good.
It has a 28 out of 100 at metacritic so the movie is probably atrocious. Anyways if Zanelli gets to do big movies like this now Pirates 5 doesn't seem out of reach for him. Hope he gets the job, he really deserves it considering his effort on the previous movies.
The film really wasn't my cup of tea... :/ :/
It's Johnny Depp at his career low, I don't think Pirates 5 will come close to its previous success. 1 billion is far out of reach by now. It seems, though, Depp is taking every role he's offered. Someone has bear the costs for his island, lol. Even Tim Burton is shooting without him now.
Btw, is Hans done with Disney because of Pirates 4 or is he still considering doing it a fifth time?
Hans is done with POTC... Because of POTC 4... Doesn't mean he has a problem with Disney (he doesn't lol), but POTC is a finished story... :)
I would have a problem if I was him. Disney has become a sort of Monsanto of the movie industry. All they're doing is exploiting the same concepts over and over again. There's no room for the once visionary magic they've accomplished. Frozen is basically a parody of themselves, lol.
Actually, what you described is pretty much what every major studio/comapny is doing these days - "McDonaldization" all around.
Unfortunately, the score was about as good as the movie :/