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  • 1.  	Dream Away (04:38) Performed by Babyface & Lisa Stansfield 2.  	Whatever You Imagine (03:27) Performed by Wendy Moten 3.  	Main Title (02:27) 4.  	A Stormy Ride To The Library (02:52) 5.  	The Library... The Pagemaster... (04:41) 6.  	Meeting Adventure And Fantasy (05:12) 7.  	Horror (03:20) 8.  	Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde (05:05) 9.  	A Narrow Escape (02:04) 10.  	Towards The Open Sea... (07:01) 11.  	"Pirates"! (04:07) 12.  	Loneliness (03:11) 13.  	The Flying Dragon (03:10) 14.  	Swallowed Alive! / The Wonder In Books (07:56) 15.  	New Courage / The Magic Of Imagination (04:03)

    1.  	Main Title (02:30) 2.  	Dad Builds Treehouse* (00:23) 3.  	A Stormy Ride To The Library (02:51) 4.  	Library Card* (01:17) 5.  	The Library… The Pagemaster… (04:42) 6.  	Meeting Adventure And Fantasy (05:11) 7.  	Baskerville Hound* (00:21) 8.  	Horror (03:20) 9.  	Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde (05:07) 10.  	A Narrow Escape (02:05) 11.  	Towards The Open Sea… (07:03) 12.  	“Pirates!” (04:06) 13.  	Loneliness (03:11) 14.  	Fire Breathing Dragon (03:10) 15.  	Swallowed Alive! / The Wonder In Books (07:55) 16.  	New Courage / The Magic Of Imagination (04:11) 17.  	Whatever You Imagine (03:29) Performed by Wendy Moten Produced by Keith Thomas for Yellow Elephant Music, Inc. Executive Producer: Jay Landers 18.  	Dream Away (04:42) Performed by Babyface & Lisa Stansfield Produced and Arranged by David Foster for Chartmaker, Inc.  ADDITIONAL MUSIC 19.  	Main Title (Alternate Ending)* (02:18) 20.  	Loneliness (Alternate)* (02:20)


  • Recording Dates: April 8, 9, 11, 12 and 13, 1994

    Orchestrations: Don Davis, Thomas Pasatieri
    Sound engineer: Shawn Murphy

    Music preparation: Steven L. Smith
    Music editor: Jim Henrikson
    Assistant music editor: Helene Lea
    Orchestra: The
    London Symphony Orchestra
    Choral director: Nick Curtis
    Choir: Universal Voices London
    Studio:
    AIR Studios, London

    Whatever You Imagine
    Performed by Wendy Moten
    Music: James Horner, Barry Mann
    Lyrics: Cynthia Weil

    Produced by Keith Thomas
    Executive Producer: Jay Landers
    The song Whatever You Imagine was nominated for Grammy Awards.

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