"Letting Go" Written by Terence Trent D'Arby & Hans Zimmer Produced by TTD Recorded & Mixed by Steve Churchyard Keyboard Programming & Sequencing, Electric Bass & Digital Sample Editing: Michael Bradford Guitar: Louis Metoyer
Composed by Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer, Adam Smalley & Ryeland Allison Music Editor: Adam Smalley Music Conducted by Harry Gregson-Williams Orchestrated by Bruce Fowler
Solo Cello: Steve Erdody Guitars: Bob Daspit Electric Cello: Martin Tillman Sounds: Ryeland Allison Vocal Samples: Phil Roy & Slamm
Scored Recorded & Mixed by Alan Meyerson Recording Assistants: Gregg W. Silk, Brian Richards, Slamm (MV) & Andy Bass (TAO)
Additional Engineering: Marc Streitenfeld Music Contractor: Sandy DeCrescent Music Preparation: JoAnn Kane Music Services Score Wrangler: Emma Burnham Assistants to Hans Zimmer: Justin Burnett & Lynn Asma Score Recorded at Media Ventures, Santa Monica, CA & Todd-AO Scoring, Studio City, CA
Album Cut Complied by Marc Streitenfeld
Executive Music Producer: Sharon Boyle Music Coordinators: Ed Segaul & Michele Kohan Executive in Charge of Soundtracks for TVT Soundtrax: Patricia Joseph
Very special thanks to: Wendy Finerman, Peter Guber & Tony Scott
Special thanks to: Randy Frisch, Steve Gottlieb, Mike Gorfaine, Peter Haefner, John Houlihan, Michael Lippman, Tim McDaniel, Marc Picken, Dwight Raymond, Jay Rifkin, Jeff Rona, Danny Saber, Sam Schwartz, Peter Toumasis, Chris Wagner, Suzanne Zimmer, Zoe Zimmer & the Media Ventures Gang, Pacifique Studios & Joe Deranteriassian
Release date : 08/20/1996
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I asked this question in some other thread. But no one replied. So I am asking it here again.
Please can anyone tell me what are those numbers in front of track names? Like 1m1x, 2m4. What is the meaning of those numbers?
@Isildur: these are the "names" of the cues. The first number is the reel's number (so that the music editor knows in what reel the cue is used), the second number is the number of the cue as it is featured in the original cue list the composer and director/producer agree on in the first place. 2m6 is the sixth cue in the movie, used during reel #2. Sometimes, you have things like 2m6a and 2m6b or 2m6pt1 and 2m6pt2, this means the cue was split in two segments (sometimes segments are composed in a way so that they can be combined as one big cue, but were composed separately for some reasons).
These names are useful because, named this way, the track list appears in chronological order, and the composer doesn't have to find a name for each one.
"letting" go is a really beautiful song which I am still listening to years later - even more so lately - I would like to learn how to play this song on guitar - cannot find guitar chords anywhere and although can work it out to a degree - would like to know original chords - can anyone help? firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi. There is a piece of guitar music (instrumental) that plays during the scene where everybody has a moment of silence on the field for the guy that was killed (I think his name was Primo). I would really like to know by who that music is. I have listened to the whole soundtrack and more and I can't seem to find it.
I would love to get a hold of the instrumental version of 'letting go' cos darby ruins it when he sings, it sounds way better at the climax of the movie just instrumental. I'm guessing the producers wanted a one hit loser like Darby layeredd over top of Zimmer's piece, to sell mor records or something? How about the version the way it was intended to sound?