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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | April 24, 2018 |

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  • 1.  	Main Title (04:55) 2.  	Night Visitors (08:47) 3.  	Hamburger Rhumba (03:39) 4.  	New Babies (03:45) 5.  	Cafe Swing (03:32) 6.  	Times Square And Farewell (06:06) 7.  	Arson (06:08) 8.  	A New Family/End Credits (08:28)

  • Orchestrations: Greig McRitchie, Billy May
    Sound engineer: Shawn Murphy
    Musical Editor: Jim Flamberg, Else Blangsted
    Fairlight: Ian Underwood
    French Horn: James Thatcher

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    Intrada has released James Horner’s score to the Roger Rabbit cartoon Tummy Trouble. It is featured as an extra on the new expanded release of Who Framed Roger Rabbit by Alan Silvestri. After Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the title character was featured in three short cartoons. Tummy Trouble was released together with Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. Intrada’s 3-CD release features Alan Silvestri’s full score, several alternate cues, the original album, and the scores to all three of the Roger Rabbit shorts (one by Horner, and two by Bruce Broughton).   James Horner recorded Honey, I Shrunk the Kids in December 1988, six[...]


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