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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | December 10, 2016 |

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  • 1.  	Returning Home (06:05) 2.  	Taking Bernie To The Beach (04:31) 3.  	Joe's Gift (08:06) 4.  	Remembrances/The Break-In (08:24) 5.  	Basketball Swing (06:58) 6.  	Jack's Future (02:44) 7.  	Growing Old (01:55) 8.  	Good Friend (03:16) 9.  	Rescue/The Ascension (11:29)
     


  • Orchestrations : Greig McRitchie, Billy May
    Sound engineer : Shawn Murphy
    Music editor : Jim Henrikson
    French horn : James Thatcher
     

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