Music Produced by John Powell & Martin Brest Executive Producer for Varese Sarabande: Robert Townson Executive in Charge of Music for Columbia Pictures: Lia Vollack Music Editor: John Finklea Conducted by Gavin Greenaway Orchestrated by Bruce Fowler & Suzette Moriarty Recording Engineer & Mixer: Erik Zobler Orchestral Scoring Mixer: Shawn Murphy Strings: The Hollywood Studio Symphony Concert Master: Clayton Haslop
Organ: Greg Mathieson Piano: Randy Kerber, Greg Mathieson & Jim Cox Guitar: George Doering & Dean Parks Bass: Paul Bushnell Drums: Vinnie Colaiuta Percussion: Luis Conte Flutes: Dave Shostac, Steve Kujala, Geri Rotella & Jim Walker
Additional Recording: Marnien Scoring Operator: TJ Lindgren Assistant Engineer: Erik Swanson Digital Score Editor: David Channing Music Contractor: Sandy DeCrescent Music Preparation: Julian Bratolyubov, Tim Rodier, Germaine Franco, Stuart Balcomb, Rob Skinnel, Terry Bonnell, Ron Vermillion, Zinovy Goro, Misha Morgovsky & Darren Otero Assistant to John Powell: Daniel Lerner Score Production Coordinator: Germaine Franco Additional ProTools Operators/Editors: Mark Valentine & Justina Powell 2nd Engineers: Jaime Sickora & German Villacorta 3rd Engineer: John Berkowitz Score Mixed at Henson Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
Score Album Edited & Compiled by Daniel Lerner Score Mastered by Pat Sullivan-Fourstar
John Powell wishes to thank: Marty Brest, Casey Silver, John Finklea, Julie Monroe, Billy Weber, Lia Vollack, Raul Perez, Laura Engel, Richard Kraft, Jeff Light, John Thomas, Husky Hoskulds, Jerry Peters, Tim Pierce, Dave Palmer, Chris Bruce, Eric Schemerhorn, Carla Azar, Patrick, Warren, James Hutchinson, Buster & Shavoni, Ann Nesby, Tonéx, & all the musicians who played on this soundtrack
Special thanks to Melinda & Oliver
Release date : 08/19/2003
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I must admit, this is a nice, pleasent sounding score. The film was awful, but I remember the music having gentle moments. I'm surpised Powell got that much inspiration out of the film to actually write this.