Score Composed, Arranged & Produced by Hans Zimmer
Executive Music Producer: Ridley Scott Music Supervisors: Dody Dorn & Marc Streitenfeld Much more than just additional arrangements & wicked programming by Geoff Zanelli Other bits of significance arranged & programmed by James Michael Dooley Orchestra distracted by Bruce Fowler
Soloists: Satnam Singh Ramgotra: Human Beatbox & Drums
Heitor Pereira: Guitar & Typewriter
Frank Marocco (no, really!! THE Frank Marocco): Accordion
Hans Zimmer: Piano, Organ & Suzanne's Spaghetti Pots
Mel Wesson: Ambient Music Design (?)
James O'Leary: Rap
The Band: Flute: Greg Huckins & Jim Walker Oboe: Phil Feather & John Yoakam Clarinet: Bill Liston & Donald Shelton Saxophone: Dan Higgins, Joel Peskin & Bob Shepherd Baritone Sax: Kurt McGettrick Bassoon: John Mitchell & Dave Riddles Trumpet: Rick Baptists & Walt Fowler Marimbas & Vibraphone: Emil Richards Percussion: Michael Fisher Whistling: Rick Riccio Vocals: Jennifer Nash & James O'Leary Oh, and Craig Eastman stopped by...
Orchestrated by Bruce Fowler, Suzette Moriarty, Ladd McIntosh & Walt Fowler Scorepion: Marc Streitenfeld Assistant Music Editor: Del Spiva Orchestra Recorded by Slamm (Bamm, Thank You Ma'am) Andrews Band Recorded & Mixed at Media Ventures by Big Al Clay & Slamm (Spam) Andrews Assistant Engineers: Gregg Silk & Jeff Biggers Team Zimmer, Good Taste Ambassadors: Trevor Morris & Melissa "Bunny" Muik Orchestra: The Hollywood Studio Symphony & The Santa Monica Synthphonia Concert Masters: Andre Granat & Syd Page Orchestra Recorded at Sony Pictures Studios, Culver City, CA
Sony Stage Engineers: Pat Weber, Adam Michalak, Mark Eshelman & Jason Lloyd Musician Conractor: Sandy "Devine" DeCrescent Music Copyist: Jo Ann Kane Executives in Charge of Music for Warner Bros. Pictures: Gary LeMel & Doug Frank Album Compiled by Melissa "Bunny" Muik Album Mastered by Bruce Maddocks, Cups 'n Strings Assistants to Hans Zimmer: Moanike'ala (Me Mo Mom) Nakamoto & Bettina Lynch Executive Producer for Varese Sarabande: Robert Townson Cuts 4, 5, 7, 11, 16 & 20 include "La Dolce Vita" from La Dolce Vita written by Nino Rota
Hans Zimmer would like to thank: Ridley Scott, Giannina Facio, Robert Zemeckis, Ted Griffin (III), Nick Griffin, Sean Bailey, Jack Rapke, Charlie Schlissel, Steve Starkey, Nicolas Cage, Sam Rockwell, Alison Lohman, Klaus Badelt, David Baerwald, Mark Berger, Danny Bramson, Tom Broderick, Emma Burnham, Ronni Chasen, Clay Duncan, Gelfand-Rennert-Feldman, Michael Gorfaine, Gavin Greenaway, Harry Gregson-Williams, Per Halberg, Axel Hartmann, Bart Hendrickson, Todd Homme, Alan Horn, Steve Jablonsky, Teresa Kelly, Klaus Kirschner, Robyn Klein, Michael Levine, Jimmy Levine, Henning Lohner, Michael Lozano, Murphy Lynch, Kevin McCormick, Mike Minkler, Myron Nettinga, Che Pope, Jay Rifkin, Sam Schwartz, Jordan Scott, Jordan Sheehan, Steinberg, Gore Verbinski, Sridhar Yalamanchili, Suzanne Zimmer & the Mini-Z's, Zoe Zimmer, The Media Ventures Sleep Is For Wimps Team & my Mom
Warner Bros. thanks: Mark Berger, Kevin Carson, Dirk Hebert, Lisa Margolis, Mary Lee Ryan, Ridley Scott, Steve Starkey, Don Terbush, Bobby Thornburg & Keith Zajic
Release date : 09/12/2003
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The early parts of "Weird is Good" sound a lot like the ideas John Powell later incorporated in Mr. & Mrs. Smith. Maybe Powell helped with this cue here? Or maybe this cue was among the stuff Mr. & Mrs. Smith was temp-tracked with.