"Sgt. MacKenzie" Composed by Joseph Rizza Kilna Performed by Joseph Kilna MacKenzie Produced by Joseph Kilna MacKenzie & Seoras Wallace
"The Mansions Of The Lord" Written & Produced by Nick Glennie-Smith & Randall Wallace Lyrics Written by Randall Wallace
Music Composed, Arranged & Conducted by Nick Glennie-Smith
Album Produced by Nick Glennie-Smith & Malcolm Luker Recorded, Mixed & Compiled by Malcolm Luker Recorded at Studio One Abbey Road, London, Assisted by Chris Clark & Chris Bolster & The Snake Ranch, London, Assisted by Phil Harmer & Paul Richardson & The Usma Cadet Chapel, West Point, USA, Assisted by Blair Ferrier & David Hershey Mixed at Front Page, Los Angeles, CA, Assisted by Jason Brennan & Craig Nepp Compiled at Planet Studios, Perth, West Australia, Assisted by Les Williams & Ben Luker Mastered by Pat Sullivan at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA
Sound Design on Track 12 by Malcolm Luker Orchestration: Ashley Irwin Orchestra Contractor: Isobel Griffiths Orchestra Leader: Gavyn Wright
Solo Trumpet: Maurice Murphy Solo Cello: Anthony Pleeth Solo Woodwinds: Andy Findon Solo Erhu: Karen Han Solo Viola: Peter Lale Throat Singing: Michael Ormiston Solo Sopranos: Catherine Bott & Carmen Daye
Choirs: Usma Cadet Glee Club, West Point, USA
Director: Constance Chase Metro Voices, London
Director: Jenny O'Grady
Music Editor: Laura Perlman Copying: Vic Fraser of Global Music Service Hard Disk Digits Guru: Ian Silvester Composed on Steinberg Cubase Recorded on Tascam MX2424 & Euphonix R1
Many thanks to all the incredible musicians/singers whose performances enriched our lives!
Special thanks to Randall Wallace, Bill Hoy, Mal, Rich Jacobellis, Gretchen O'Neill, Isobel, Dani & Steve, Laura, Steingerg's Cubase, Tascam, Biff Vincent, Trevor Spencer, Major Fountain, Jan, Haley, Seth, Joss & Fern, Glen Brunman, Jeff Jones, Debbie Patton, Laura Grover & The Gang at Avenue L & 8th Street
Release date : 03/01/2002
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Glennie-Smith is good. Too bad his scores aren't that good. He's amazing conducting the orchestras for the scores from many of his collegues like John Powell, Hans Zimmer, Harry Gregson-Williams and even the puppy Steve Jablonsky, but his own scores aren't that great.
Fortunately, this is one of his works and deserves to be recognized.