"My Beautiful Laundrette" Music by Stanley Myers & Hans Zimmer Words by Dominic Bugatti Sung by Rita Wolf
1 - 3 : Music Performed by Hans Zimmer & his Swinging Oscilators: Fairlight Series III - Moog 55 - Yamaha DX1 - TX816 - Emu Modular System - Oberhiem Xpander - Roland MKS80. Technical Assistance Dave "D" Smith, Roger Bolton, Steve Paine & Allan Martin (Yamaha), Steve Price (Fairlight, Australia). Music Recorded in London at Lillie Yard Studio & CTS Studios by Al Clay & Chris Dibble. Music Mixed at Lillie Yard by Al Clay & Hans Zimmer, assisted by Howard "JB" Bernstein. Film Sound FX Composed by Nigel Holland
2 - Recorded at Landsowne Studios & Lillie Yard Studios. Recording Engineers: Chris Dibble, Alan Snelling & Austin Ince. Remixed at Lillie Yard Studios by Howard "JB" Bernstein & Al Clay
3 - Vocals: Nicole Tibbles, Guitar: Alan Murphy, Trumpet: Guy Barker, Cello: Emily Burridge, Violin: Gavyn Wright, Keyboards: Fiachra Trench, Drums: Charlie Morgan
4 - Recorded at Lillie Yard Studio, CIS Studios, Landsowne Studios, Hot Foot Studio & Snakeranch Studios in London. Mixed at Lillie Yard Studios by Hans Zimmer & Al Clay
5 - Orchestrated by Fiachra Trench. Recorded at CTS Studios by Steve Price. Mixed at Lillie Yard Studio by Julian Hartings
Release date : 12/12/2005
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A good compilation of early Zimmer work. I agree that the end titles from A World Apart is the best track, but that had already been released so... I think that if you are after NEW material, the Burning Secret Suite is probably the best; features some great woodwind which Hans should use more of. As for My Beautiful Laundrette, it is very bizarre!
I really want to congratulate Milan for this awesome release. The fact that it contains previously unreleased material makes this one of the best Zimmer compilations on the market. I really enjoy listening this every time I punch it into my player. A World Apart End Title is by far the best song on the album. The other tracks are great. Altough they aren't the best early Zimmer tracks, it's worthing the listening. It's a good ocassion for Zimmer fans to listen some forgotten gems. I recommend this to every Zimmer collector.