(3 reviews)


1.  	Main Title / A Clear And Present Danger (05:24) 2.  	Operation Reciprocity (03:25) 3.  	The Ambush (09:50) 4.  	The Laser-Guided Missile (03:51) 5.  	Looking For Clues (03:32) 6.  	Deleting The Evidence (04:41) 7.  	Greer's Funeral / Betrayal (06:21) 8.  	Escobedo's New Friend (05:28) 9.  	Second Hand Copter (02:15) 10.  	Truth Needs A Soldier / End Title (05:48)

1.  	Main Title/Clear And Present Danger (05:24) 2.  	President's Mission (01:16) 3.  	Jack's New Office (01:40) 4.  	Greer Signs Memo (00:47) 5.  	Cortez Arrives In U.S. (01:13) 6.  	Jack Briefs FBI/President (01:00) 7.  	Operation Reciprocity (03:22) 8.  	Blow Up Narcotics Plane (01:59) 9.  	Try Lindo Brand (01:23) 10.  	Fire In The Hole (01:53) 11.  	Moira's Fatal Phone Call (01:43) 12.  	Ambush (09:53) 13.  	Casket Arrival (02:46) 14.  	The Laser-Guided Missile (03:55) 15.  	Jack Sees Bombing (00:59) 16.  	Looking For Clues [Film Ending] (03:39) 17.  	Cortez Is Watched (02:46) 18.  	Greer's Last Hospital (01:43) 19.  	Deleting The Evidence (04:43)   1.  	Greer's Funeral/Betrayal (06:22) 2.  	Chavez Sees Prisoners (01:30) 3.  	Escobedo's New Friend Part 2 (03:21) 4.  	Second Hand Copter (02:14) 5.  	Rebuffed [Not In Film] (01:08) 6.  	Escobedo's New Friend Part 1 (01:40) 7.  	Cortez Kills Escobedo (02:50) 8.  	Finding The Prisoners [Film Version] (01:27) 9.  	Jack Creates Diversion (01:35) 10.  	Woodroom/Finale (04:35) 11.  	Escobedo's New Friend Part 3 (02:02) 12.  	Truth Needs A Soldier/End Title (05:48)

Recording dates: 14–17, 20–24, 27–29 and July 13, 1994,
Orchestrations: Don Davis
Music preparation: Bob Bornstein
Sound engineer: Shawn Murphy
Music Editor: Joe E. Rand
Supervising Music Editor: Jim Henrikson
Musicians: Michael Fisher, Ralph Grierson, Tony Hinnigan, James Horner, Randy Kerber, Mike Taylor, Ian Underwood, Kazu Matsui
Studio: Todd-AO Scoring Stage, Studio City
Music contractor: Nathan Kaproff
French horn: James Thatcher





Special Recent Posts


James Horner always focused on story and especially character. Famously (within the Horner community at least), he once stated in the context of his two Star Trek scores that it was always about Spock and Kirk and that “the action would take care of itself”. It should come as no surprise that this focus on characters and their humanity has been the obvious guideline for a series of articles such as this. I have always selected music cues I believe James Horner would have wanted to see discussed. For this episode, however, the reader’s attention is directed toward three cues[...]


Being a major voice in the world of films scores, Intrada agreed to open their doors to us, virtually speaking, so as to tell more about their business. Since 2009, the record label has considerably contributed to the extension of our James Horner collection, with multiple releases, the latest being Clear And Present Danger. Q&A with Roger Feigelson, marketing director of the house.     Could you tell us about the creation of Intrada? Originally Intrada started as a soundtrack retailer in the 70s, joining forces in San Francisco with a movie poster shop called Cine Monde. Owner Doug Fake had wanted to start issuing[...]


While Intrada released a 2-CD set of Clear And Present Danger a few days ago, La-La Land Records has just announced the very soon release of another Horner 2-CD album. But not any new album, as it concerns the previous opus of Jack Ryan's adventures, Patriot Games. In this score, James Horner is very close to the spirit and colors of Thunderheart in his approach on both Celtic traditional instruments (violin, flute, bodhran, drum) and synthetic materials. Maggie Boyle's voice depicts the Irish culture and the synths performed by Ralph Grierson and Ian Underwood serve the tension and the action of[...]


Intrada's release of Clear And Present Danger is a true surprise. As the core content of the score was on the Milan soundtrack album released the same year as the film (1994), we never thought that a complete score album would pop up any time soon. After the various releases in 2009 of Walt Disney Pictures soundtracks (Something Wicked This Way Comes, Honey I Shrunk The Kids, Natty Gann) and of the long-awaited In Country a few months ago, Intrada confirms its affection towards James Horner with the creation of this double CD album for Clear And Present Danger. As Douglas[...]


After the release of In Country last February, Intrada treats us nicely again with a double CD release of a 1994 James Horner score: Clear And Present Danger. Said to be composed in fourteen days only, it has got a vibrant patriotic main theme, a pinch of Americana with a pan flute and a shakuhachi, and solid action cues (Operation Reciprocity, Ambush). Some action cues premiere here, such as the finale action scene (Woodroom/Finale).   Tracklist of the 2-CD album:   CD 1 - 53:00 01. Main Title/Clear And Present Danger 5:24 02. President's Mission 1:16 03. Jack's New Office 1:40 04. Greer Signs Memo 0:47 05. Cortez Arrives In[...]


Kazu Matsui (born in Tokyo June 5, 1954) is a master of the shakuhachi (traditional Japanese bamboo flute). After traveling through Europe and India, he studied ethnic arts at UCLA before returning to Tokyo to teach. Meanwhile he participated in the music of Willow, Legends of the Fall and Jumanji. He also produced recordings of his wife, keyboardist Keiko Matsui and has published many solo albums.  Official site: kazumatsui.com Source: Artistdirect.com     [...]


© keiko matsui Ian Robertson Underwood (born May 22, 1939) is an outstanding multi-instrumentalist, best known for being a member of The Mothers of Invention after being drafted by Frank Zappa. He is a graduate of Yale University with a degree in composition in 1961, and an MA in composition of the University of Berkeley in 1966. He began his career playing in San Francisco cafes and bars in the Bay Area with his group of jazz improvisation. In 1967 he became a member of Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention for their third solo album. In 1973 he pursued a career as[...]


© http://www.dondavis.net/ Donald Romain Davis (born February 4, 1957) is an American composer, conductor and orchestrator. A native from California, he was interested in music very early on, learning to play the trumpet at the age of nine and started to write short pieces by twelve. It was, above all, the jazz and rock genres that attracted him. After high school, he joined the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and continued his studies in composition with Henri Lazarof. Besides this, he learned orchestration with Albert Harris, who, during their sessions, presented him to the composer Joe Harnell (composer of the miniseries[...]


Gage Skidmore [CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons Phillip Noyce (born 29 April 1950 in Griffith) is an Australian film director. He directed his first short film at 17 years old and won awards for his documentaries 50 min and Castor and Pollux (1974). He is noted for the thriller Dead Calm in 1989, in which he directs Nicole Kidman, Sam Neill and Billy Zane. His films adapted from Tom Clancy's novels, Patriot Games (1992) and Clear and Present Danger (1994) were major commercial successes. He realized the thriller Sliver (1993), which starred Sharon Stone.    Source: Wikipedia       [...]



{{ reviewsOverall }} / 5 Users (3 reviews)
What people say... Leave your rating
Order by:

Be the first to leave a review.

User Avatar User Avatar
{{{review.rating_comment | nl2br}}}

This review has no replies yet.

Show more
Show more
{{ pageNumber+1 }}
Leave your rating

Your browser does not support images upload. Please choose a modern one





Scroll to Top