Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | October 23, 2016 |

Scroll to top


(1 review)

  • 1.     Main Title / The Murder Scene / Drive To The Airport (03:59) 2.     Walk To The Governor's Office / Katrina Gets Matt's Flowers * (02:07) 3.    Flight To Pacifica / Walk Into Chinatown / Chinese Opera Chase (02:38) 4.   Car Flip / Second Trip To Pacifica (02:50) 5.   Matt Gets Turned On * (04:45) 6.    Stalking Patrice * (03:59) 7.   Pier Pressure / Governor's Boy Visits (01:40) 8.    Home Video 2 (02:57) 9.     Piece Of The Puzzle / Katrina In Park House * (01:58) 10.   Hargrove Dies / Final Surveillance ** (02:10) BONUS TRACKS : 11.    Chinese Parade Sequence (Traditional Version) (04:37) 12.   Purple Bamboo (Traditional Version) (03:36) 13.     Step By Step Up (Traditional Version) (02:47) 14.   Le Sacre Du Printemps (03:35) excerpt from "Le Sacre Du Printemps" - seconde partie: "Le Sacrifice : Action Rituelle Des Ancetres" composed by Igor Stravinsky & performed by The London Philharmonic Orchestra 15.     The Mystic's Dream (07:43) performed by Loreena McKennitt


  • Percussions: Michael Fischer, Ronald Aston, Don Williams
    Guitar: Charles Jonkey
    Shakuhachi: Kazu Matsui
    Musical Editor: Jim Henrikson, Joe E. Rand
    Sound engineer: Shawn Murphy

  • Special Recent Posts


    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: Source:     [...]


    © 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[...]

  • 3 Users (1 review)
    What people say... Login to post a review
    Sort by:

    Be the first to leave a review.

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

    Show more
    {{ pageNumber+1 }}

This post is also available in: French, Spanish