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Brother Bear Track Listing

Discussion in 'Archive' started by Dr. Know, Oct 13, 2003.

  1. Dr. Know

    Dr. Know Member

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    1. Great Spirits - Tina Turner
    2. Transformation - The Bulgarian Women's Choir
    3. Welcome - The Blind Boys Of Alabama Featuring Phil Collins, Oren Waters
    4. On My Way - Phil Collins
    5. No Way Out (Theme) - Phil Collins
    6. Look Through My Eyes - Phil Collins
    7. Transformation (Phil Collins Version) - Phil Collins
    8. Welcome (Phil Collins Version) - Phil Collins
    9. No Way Out (Theme) (Phil Collins Version) - Phil Collins
    10. Three Brothers - score
    11. Wakes As A Bear - score
    12. Wilderness Of Danger And Beauty - score

    Release date 10/21

    Dang! Only three tracks of Mark Mancina's score...
     
  2. GrizzlyHall

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    Thanks! Do characters sing (as in, a musical number) in the film?

    (Please say yes! :- )
     
  3. Michael Zielski

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    Thanks, Dr.! It is unfortunate that, like the Lilo and Stitch CD, minimal score is represented, which I think is disrespectful to the composer and to those of us who truly enjoy the music; would it be too much of a financial risk to the Walt Disney Company to simply release a separate CD of the score(in recent memory, they did that for Princess Diaries, John Debney's score).

    Ah, Grizzly, you harken back to a favorite topic of mine, covered in a thread some time back--I'd LOVE to hear the characters sing again, but it looks as though Phil will be doing the singing, as he did in Tarzan(Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas doing a number--that could've been good!).

    Mike
     
  4. Dr. Know

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    Probably the best we can hope for is a composer/agency promo of the score... fortunately, there is a good track record for those (Mulan, Tarzan, Atlantis, Dinosaur, etc.).
     
  5. Michael Zielski

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    The only complete score I have is Mulan--wonderful, a Jerry Goldsmith classic--ebay, of course.

    Mike
     
  6. Gurgitoy2

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    Yeah, other than Ebay, where can one get ahold of these?
     
  7. Dr. Know

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    Composer or agency promos are sometimes "For Your Consideration" (ie, Oscar promos), and sometimes just put out by a composer to publicize himself. If you go to John Debney's website, for instance, you will see a whole section of composer-issued promos. These are strictly non-commercial releases, and available only to industry insiders, but they do leak out, and many are available from specialty soundtrack retailers (like Intrada, Screen Archives Entertainment, Footlight Records).
     

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