"Here I Am (End Title)" Written by Bryan Adams, Gretchen Peters & Hans Zimmer Produced by Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc. Engineered by Steve Hodge & Kevin Globerman
"I Will Always Return" Written by Bryan Adams, R.J. Lange & Hans Zimmer Produced by Patrick Leonard & BA Additional Production by Gavin Greenaway Engineered by Michael Verdick, Kevin Globerman & Kevin Churko Additional Engineering by David Channing & Terry Manning Assisted by Katrina Leigh & Brian Vibberts
"You Can't Take Me" Written by Bryan Adams, Gavin Greenaway & R.J. Lange Produced by Gavin Greenaway & BA Engineered by Slamm Andrews
"Brothers Under The Sun" Written by Bryan Adams, Steve Jablonsky & Gretchen Peters Produced by Steve Jablonsky & BA Engineered by Kevin Globerman, Slamm Andrews & Phil Western
"Don't Let Go" (with Sarah McLachlan)
Written by Bryan Adams, Gavin Greenaway, R.J. Lange & Gretchen Peters Produed by Gavin Greenaway & BA Engineered by Kevin Globerman, Joel Richard, Chris Potter & Kevin Churko Drums: Ashwin Soop Acoustic Piano: Sarah
"This Is Where I Belong" Written by Bryan Adams, R.J. Lange & Hans Zimmer Produced by Gavin Greenaway & BA
"Here I Am" Written by Bryan Adams, Gretchen Peters & Hans Zimmer Produced by Gavin Greenaway & BA
"Sound The Bugle" Written by Gavin Greenaway & Trevor Horn Produced by Gavin Greenaway
"Nothing I've Ever Known" Written by Bryan Adams, Eliot Kennedy & Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer, Gavin Greenaway & BA
"I Will Always Return (Finale)" Written by Bryan Adams, R.J. Lange & Hans Zimmer Produced by Gavin Greenaway & BA
Music by Hans Zimmer Executive Film Music Producer: Jay Rifkin Music Supervisor: Marylata E. Jacob Additional Music: Steve Jablonsky Supervising Music Editor: Slamm Andrews Music Editor: Robb Boyd Music Recorded by Slamm Andrews Songs Mixed by Bob Clearmountain Assisted by Kevin Harp Film Score Mixed by Alan Meyerson Studio Assistants: Kevin Churko, Kevin Globerman & Gregg W. Silk Technical Music Advisors: Kazimir Boyle, Trevor Morris, Melissa Muik & Joel Richard Music Production Services: Tom Broderick, Media Ventures, Los Angeles
Orchestra Recorded at Air Lyndhurst Studios, London
Orchestra Recorded by Geoff Foster Assisted by Michael Price, Jake Jackson & Adam Noble Orchestra Conducted by Gavin Greenaway Concermaster: Perry Montague Mason Music Copyist: Tony Stanton Music Business Affairs: Lenny Wohl London Musician Contractor: Tonia Davall Orchestral Score Recording Supervised by Maggie Rodford, Air-Edel Associates Ltd. Additional Arrangements: Jim Dooley, Rupert Gregson-Williams & Mel Wesson Assistants to Hans Zimmer: Moanike'ala Nakamoto & Clay Duncan Music Coordination: Julie Imboden Soundtrack Coordination: Anthony Seyler
Musicians: Bass, Acoustic & Electric Guitar: BA Guitar: Keith Scott Drums: Mickey Curry Acoustic & Electric Guitar: Heitor Pereira Electric Guitar: Davey Johnstone 12 String Guitar: David Channing Electric Cello: Martin Tillman Fiddle: Craig Eastman Background Vocals: Pointless Brothers Keyboards & Programming: Gavin Greenaway, Pat Leonard, Steve Jablonsky, Hans Zimmer & Mel Wesson
Hans Zimmer would like to thank: Kelly Asbury, Lorna Cook, Jeffrey Katzenberg, David Geffen, Steven Spielberg, Max Howard, Mireille Soria, Bryan Adams, Guy Babylon, Klaus Badelt, Anna Behlmer, James Beshears, Tim Chau, Ronni Chasen, Craig Eastman, Nick Fletcher, Stacey Gellert, Nick Glennie-Smith, Michael Gorfaine, Gavin Greenaway, Harry Gregson-Williams, Bart Hendrickson, Vicki Hiatt, Todd Homme, Trevor Horn, Marylata "Duchess of Music" Jacob, Will Jennings, Jewel, Chris Johnson, Davy Johnstone, Robyn Klein, Costa Kostelas, Adrian Lee, Henning Lohner, Andy Nelson, Terry Press, Phil Roy, Manfred Rürup, Denis St. Amand, Sam Schwartz, Martin Tillman, Diane Warren, Jake Zimmer, Suzanne Zimmer, Zoe Zimmer, Mini-Z's, Jay Rifkin & The Media Ventures Team
Thank you very much (from Bryan): Jeffrey Katzenberg, Mutt Lange, Hans Zimmer, Gavin Greenaway, Gretchen Peters, Eliot Kennedy, Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis, Steve Hodge, Slamm Andrews, Pat Leonard, Joey Issa, Kelly Asbury, Lorna Cook, Mireille Soria, Marylata Jacob, Jimmy Iovine, Ron Fair, Michael Ostin, Don Passman, Gregg Harrison, Bob Clearmountain, Tony Seyler, Jay Rifkin, Sam Schwartz, Shania Twain, Henning Lohner, Evil Wenches, Jody Perpick, Roy Lamb, Toe, Robert Nevalainen, Lance Stadnyk, Kim Blake, Sandee Bathgate, Randy Berswick, Nancy Emery, Manu Luyton, Heather McRitchie, Teri Trachuk, Sarah McLachlan, Ashwin Sood, Terry McBride, Vicki Hiatt, Stacey Gallert, Matt Damon, Martin Kierszenbaum, Tomoko Itoki, David Rose, Lucian Grainge & all the staff at DreamWorks & Media Ventures for their huge efforts in putting this film & soundtrack together
Release date : 05/14/2002
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This spirit soundtrack is literally the best ,all the time I search for new melodies but yet I cannot find anything better than the long road back by hanz zimmer . It beats all. My aunt had this for her wedding for the introduction and it was amazing this is the best out there it's so emotional for a wedding . It's great choice!! The best score out there❤
Why does it seem like nobody ever talks about this score? It's really good!!!
lol, right now there's an amazing color assortment in the "Fan Comments" box. Red-orange with Mission: Impossible 2, this, and Backdraft, bright green with Skylanders, tannish-brown with Gladiator...All we need now is someone to post on How To Train Your Dragon for blue, and we'll be set!
Wow...someone did it xD My life is complete.
Better name would be "Spirit: Stallion of the Zimmeron". Fantastic score.
It amazes me how complex the "Run Free" cue is.
It's a great shame that classic 2D animation is now thing of the past. Ironically, the purity of the stories and emotions in those traditionally animated films were perfect for creating incredibly powerful scores. Lion King, El Dorado, Tarzan, Spirit... you name it.
Macejko i partially agree with you... but you forget How To Train Your Dragon, which is 3D but still has a lot of emotion and an incredibly powerful score! In a lesser extent, Kung Fu Panda 2 also got a really epic score.
I would say that perhaps it's not a matter of animation method, but rather who composes the music and how the music is composed. But still, I can see the point.
For those of you in the US celebrating Independence Day, I have uploaded a video for you all to enjoy of last year's Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular finale that features Hans Zimmer's "Run Free" track from this album. This is the official CBS broadcast video so it looks and sounds really good!