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OT: America's Heart & Soul?

Discussion in 'Archive' started by TicketMediaGuy, Jun 24, 2004.

  1. TicketMediaGuy

    TicketMediaGuy Member

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    So I JUST saw the trailer for this movie....It just seems that with it's lush score, and inspiring biographies of americans that they should find a way to produce a shorter verson for Disneyland.... maybe somewhere on Mainstreet (I'm NOT saying to replace a very tall man...)?

    What do you guys think?
     
  2. Dr. Know

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    Joel McNeely composed the fine score to this film. Unfortunately, only one track of the mixed orchestral and synth score was included in the commercially release... this seems to be par for the course for Disney.

    Fortunately, a composer-produced promo exists, with 20 tracks of McNeely's score and a running time of 40:34:

    01 Riding the Ridge (0:58) *
    02 Freedom (1:50)
    03 To Appalachia (1:11)
    04 Minnie the Weaver (2:08) **
    05 Weirton Steel Mills (2:19)
    06 Making Things Montage (3:04)
    07 The Vinyard (2:13)
    08 Bike Messenger 1 (2:16)
    09 Bike Messenger 2 (2:46)
    10 Bike Messenger 3 (1:17)
    11 Junk Art (2:30)
    12 Oil Well Firefighters (1:47)
    13 Dairy Farmer/Breakfast in Vermont (1:53)
    14 Art Cars (2:57)
    15 Bandaloop Cliff Dancers (4:32)
    16 Native Americans (1:54)
    17 Blind Mountain Climber (1:30)
    18 Marathon and Finale (0:34)
    19 Aerobatic Flying (1:25)
    20 Telluride Mountains (1:30)

    * this track plays in the background on Disney's official website (http://disney.go.com/disneyvideos/liveaction/heartandsoul/flash.html)

    ** included as track 12 on the commercially released cd ("Score for Minnie Yancey"), with dialogue

    The film is also now available on DVD.
     

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