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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | October 24, 2016 |

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  • 1.  	Main Title (02:33) 2.  	Lunar Dreams (02:39) 3.  	"All Systems Go" / The Launch (10:19) 4.  	Docking (02:21) 5.  	Master Alarm (03:04) 6.  	Into The L.E.M. (05:08) 7.  	The Darkside Of The Moon (05:17) 8.  	Carbon Dioxide (05:42) 9.  	Manual Burn (01:52) 10.  	"Four More Amps" (03:20) 11.  	Re-Entry & Splashdown (09:06) 12.  	End Credits (06:59)
    1.  	Main Title (02:28) 2.  	One Small Step (00:43) Movie Dialogue Excerpt 3.  	Night Train (03:27) Performed by James Brown 4.  	Groovin' (02:26) Performed by The Young Rascals 5.  	Somebody To Love (02:54) Performed by Jefferson Airplane 6.  	I Can See For Miles (04:09) Performed by The Who 7.  	Purple Haze (02:45) Performed by Jimi Hendrix 8.  	Launch Control (00:27) Movie Dialogue Excerpt 9.  	All Systems Go / The Launch (10:03) 10.  	Welcolme To Apollo 13 (00:26) Movie Dialogue Excerpt 11.  	Spirit In The Sky (03:50) Performed by Norman Greenbaum 12.  	House Cleaning / Houston, We Have A Problem (00:54) Movie Dialogue Excerpt 13.  	Master Alarm (03:36) 14.  	What's Going On? (00:51) Movie Dialogue Excerpt 15.  	Into The Lem (04:18) 16.  	Out Of Time / Shut Her Down (00:33) Movie Dialogue Excerpt 17.  	Darkside Of The Moon (04:49) 18.  	Failure Is Not An Option (00:23) Movie Dialogue Excerpt 19.  	Honky Tonkin' (02:42) Performed by Hank Williams 20.  	Blue Moon (04:01) Performed by The Mavericks 21.  	Waiting For Disaster / A Privilege (00:29) Movie Dialogue Excerpt 22.  	Re-Entry & Splashdown (08:52) 23.  	End Titles (07:01)

  • Orchestrations: James Horner, Steve Bramson
    Vocalist: Annie Lennox
    Trumpet Solo: Tim Morrison
    Sound engineer: Shawn Murphy
    Assistant music engineer: David Marquette
    Supervising Musical Editor: Jim Henrikson
    Music editor: Thomas S. Drescher
    Music preparation: Robert Bornstein
    Music contractor: Sandy DeCrescent
    Synthesizer programming: Ian Underwood, Randy Kerber
    French horn: James Thatcher
    Music nominated for Oscars in 1995 with Braveheart

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