Musicians: Bobby McFerrin: The Voice
Walt Fowler: The Horn
Kathy Lenski: The Violin
Kyle Eastwood: The Bass
Kirke "Rhythm King" Godfrey: The Beats
Bruce Fowler: The Bones
Hans Zimmer: The Keys
Album Produced by Hans Zimmer & Jay Rifkin Executive Album Producer: Mike Nichols Recorded by Jay Rifkin at Media Ventures, Los Angeles
Additional Engineering by Mike Stevens Assisted by Nico "trust me" Golfar And somehow mixed, against all odds, at Right Track in New York
Orchestrated by Bruce Fowler Mastered by Stephen Marcussen, Precision Mastering, Hollywood, CA
Equipment by Akai, Steinberg & Yamaha
My thanks to the indefatigable Mike Nichols, especially for the transcontinental rescue mission launched at the very last minute to save this composer (sic) from certain disaster while doing battle with the elusive End Title piece. My thanks to Scott Rudin, who stayed calm, made the impossible happen & fed my troops in the middle of the night. And to J.J. Abrams, auteur & fellow musician for letting me play in his band. Many thanks to the very brilliant Bobby McFerrin for his great contributions to this sound-trac. Thanks to Suzana Peric & Nick "The Diceman" Ratner, music editor extraordinaire & New York tour guides par excellence. The very-honest Gorfaine-Schwartz Agency always deserves my gratitude, well at least 10% of it. For Zoe Zimmer
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The soundtrack of Regarding Henry is georgeus for mi, I like very much, I from Peru and It is very difficult to obtain this type of music in my country please if they can order me some electronic direction(address) where to be able to listen to this song the agradeceria much
Saludos desde Peru,e escuchado los tracks de esta pelicula en castellano y son muy muy buenos,el problema aca es donde encontrar esta pelicula y su cd de sundtracks,me gustaria comprarlos,saludoss
1) Walkin' Talkin' Man (3:36) 2) A Cold Day In NY (2:25) 3) Blowfish (3:13) 4) Ritz (4:51) 5) Henry Vs. Henry (3:16) 6) Ritz Part II (3:14) 7) I Don't Like Eggs (3:21) 8) Gotta Get Me Some Of That (3:34) 9) Central Park, 6 PM (4:25) 10) Buddy Grooves (6:14)
Truly, one of Zimmer's forgotten masterpieces. A wonderful early soundtrack. I enjoy listening it from start to finish. I don't understand why it has such a low rating. I really loved and I have to say that it is one of the most beautiful Zimmer soundtracks.
When I listened to this beautiful music in the cinema, I could'nt stop crying. This heartwarming score could be the most important one in his career. I hope the lavel will release this disc again for funs wishing to listen with tears and great impressions.