Song written by Barry Mann with lyrics by Cynthia Weil All songs produced by Barry Mann & Simon Greenaway except:
"Boom Shakalaka" Written by Hans Zimmer & Nick Glennie-Smith, Produced by Hans Zimmer & Adam Smalley "Boom Shakalaka" uses an excerpt from "I Want To Take You Higher" Written by Sylvester Stewart
Album Produced by Hans Zimmer & Adam Smalley Score Composed by Hans Zimmer Score Produced by Hans Zimmer & Jay Rifkin
Additional Music by Harry Gregson-Williams Music Conducted by Harry Gregson-Williams Orchestrated by Bruce Fowler, Suzette Moriarty, Ladd McIntosh, Walt Fowler, Steve Fowler, Conrad Pope & Elizabeth Finch Scored Recorded & Mixed by Paul Hulme Assisted by Gregg Silk, Slamm Andrews, Los Angeles ; Ben Georgiades, London
Music Editor: Adam Smalley Album Compiled by Slamm Andrews Assistant to Hans Zimmer: Marc Streitenfeld & Emma Burnham Music Recorded at Air/Lyndhurst, Air Edel, London
Mixed at Media Ventures, Los Angeles
Music Contractor: Tonia Davall Music Supervision: Maggie Rodford & Becky Bentham, Air Edel Associates, Ltd.
Music Production Services: Media Ventures Equipment: Euphonix, Steinberg, Yamaha & Korg Mastered by David Mitson at Sony Music Studios, Santa Monica
Thanks to: Jay Landers, Steve Murphy, Charles Koppelman, Amy Bilbija, Brian Henson, Martin Baker, Graham Preskett, Sam Schwartz, Michael Gorfaine, Mark Levy, Pete Coogan, Nancy Roof, Nancy Jeffries, Susan Saunders & Suzanne Zimmer
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And T-Mann don't forget this one as well for 1996... ;)
BTW I added some credits...
And there's also The Preacher's Wife, which is also an awesome score (for a terribly lame movie lol)...
So I guess the rumors I heard about this being a mostly HGW score were untrue...
I won't "fuggedaboutit", Soldier. Thanks.
Well Ed there's qui a lot of unreleased cues, but Harry did a lot... Surely not more than Hans, stuff like The Map or Rescue are just pure zimmerisms... :)
I remember I made some listing watching the movie last year :
TREASURE ISLAND SHIVER MY TIMBERS SOMETHING BETTER BLIND PEW (UNRELEASED) THE MAP HISPANIOLA (UNRELEASED) MEETING SILVER (UNRELEASED) ONE LEG (UNRELEASED) COMPASS (CAP SMOLLET) SETTING SAILS (UNRELEASED) SAILING FOR ADVENTURE PARTY NIGHT (UNRELEASED) NORTH & SOUTH WEST (UNRELEASED) TO THE CARIBBEAN (UNRELEASED) ABDUCTED (UNRELEASED) LOCK UP THE MAP (UNRELEASED) WAITING (UNRELEASED) CABIN FEVER LONG JOHN SILVER’S TRUE NATURE (UNRELEASED) LAND HO ISLAND PARTY SOURCE (UNRELEASED) A PROFESSIONAL PIRATE CAPTAIN SMOLLET (COMPASS) BOOM SHAKALAKA OLD GIRLFRIEND (UNRELEASED) EMPTY CHESTS (UNRELEASED) BLACK SPOT FOR SILVER (UNRELEASED) RETURN FROM THE SEA (UNRELEASED) OLD ACQUAINTANCES AND A GHOST (UNRELEASED) LOVE LED US HERE RESCUE HONEST, BRAVE & TRUE ZANZIBARBARIANS (UNRELEASED)
And in OST they mixed up Compass & Captain Smollet, they actually interverted the titles...
This score is so much fun.
CAPTAIN SMOLLET (COMPASS)
Does this mean it is Captain Smollet (cue title), which is Compass on the OST?
Haha Poe for a minute I didn't remember... It's not the cuesheet, just me doing titles watching the film... But yes, you are right !! ;)
Muppet Treasure Island is mu all-time FAVORITE musical. I got hooked (sorry) when my boys started watching as toddlers. I will never givie up my tape - unless I get the DVD. I can sing 'Profession Pirate', 'Cabin Fever', and 'Boom Shakalaka' in my sleep. (A skill I learned as a Mom - cap nap through the movies the kids are watching for the 23rd time.) I love it, love it, and will continue to love it. Perhaps 'Boom Shakalaka' could be played at my wake someday.