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A FAR OFF PLACE
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  • 1.  	Main Title (05:17) 2.  	The Slaughter (04:35) 3.  	The Elephants (05:06) 4.  	Attacked From The Air (03:43) 5.  	Gembock gift (02:14) 6.  	The Swamp (03:46) 7.  	"Sandstorm" (06:58) 8.  	Death In The Mine (02:48) 9.  	Epilogue/End Credits (05:40)
    1. Main Title • 5:17 2. Nonnie’s Rescue • 0:38 3. Cat Food Pâté • 0:59 4. Night Departure • 2:47 5. Entering The Cave • 2:31 6. The Slaughter • 3:02 7. Nonnie Finds The Parents • 1:01 8. Revenge • 1:36 9. Nonnie Escapes* • 3:18 10. Impossible Plan • 1:18 11. First Night Out* • 0:52 12. The Elephants • 5:04 13. The Baobob Tree • 1:15 14. Attacked From The Air • 3:43 15. Plane Aftermath • 0:56 16. Inner Feelings • 1:38 17. Digging For Water • 2:49 18. Xhabbo The Poet • 2:02 19. Gemsbok Hunt • 1:21 20. Gemsbok Gift • 2:12 21. The Most Beautiful Gemsbok • 1:25 22. Memories • 1:41 23. The Swamp • 3:46 24. Scorpion • 5:17 25. Sandstorm! • 6:49 26. Reunion With Mopani • 1:56 27. Ricketts’ Death In The Mine • 2:47 28. Epilogue/End Credits • 5:32


  • Recording dates: January 25,26,27,28,29 and February 1,2 & 17, 1993

    Sound engineer: Shawn Murphy
    Scoring recordist: Andy Bass
    Assistant music engineer: David Marquette, Jay Selvester, Marc Gebauer, Steve Bartkowicz
    Music editor: Thomas S. Drescher
    Supervising music editor: Jim Henrikson
    Assistant music editor: Joe E. Rand
    Music preparation: Jo Ann Kane
    Music contractor: Nathan Kaproff
    French horn: James Thatcher

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