"Your Time Will Come" Written by John Powell, Gavin Greenaway & Jeff Pescetto Vocal by Kudson Kai Background Vocals by Kudson Kai & Jeff Pescetto Produced by Gavin Greenaway & John Powell
Music Composed & Produced by John Powell
Additional Music by Nick Glennie-Smith, James McKee Smith & Geoff Zanelli Executive Producer for Varese Sarabande: Robert Townson Conducted by Adam Stern Score Recorded & Mixed by Malcolm Luker Music Editor: Bunny Andrews Orchestra Leader: Simon James Score Recorded at Bastyr University Chapel/Extreme Studios, Seattle, WA
Music Contractor: Simon James Orchestrated by Ladd McIntosh Music Preparation: DeRoche Music Scored Mixed at Front Page Recording Studios, Glendale, CA
London Choir Conducted by Gavin Greenaway London Choir Contractors: Isobel Griffiths & Jenny O'Grady Guitars by Heitor Pereira Music Production Services Provided by Media Ventures, Santa Monica, CA
Engineers for Media Ventures: Gregg Silk & Kevin Globerman
John Powell wishes to thank Jean-Marie Poiré, Ricardo Mestres, Patrice Ledoux, John Amicarella, Mike Stevenson, Laura Engel, Gretchen O'Neal, Nick Glennie-Smith, Gavin Greenaway, Bruce Fowler & Family, Bunny Andrews, Terry Delsing, Michelle Kuznetsky, Mary Ramos, The Angel, Robert Townson, Z, & all at Media Ventures
Special Thanks to Melinda & Oliver
Release date : 04/10/2001
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Huh, the credits on this one seem to have changed! I seem to recall a time when the NGS/McKee Smith/Zanelli cues were credited to those composers alone, now Powell also has a credit. Wonder when that happened...
Just like how those specialty record labels occasionally "unearth" stuff that no one previously thought existed in the first place, Hybrid here finds info that he previously didn't think was true (or existed!).
It must be really hard to know exactly who did what on these, even for composers themselves. JP might have a solo credit on cue, but that could have well been inspired by something, say, McKee-Smith was humming across the floor which JP overheard and went AHA!