Alan Silvestri, 2015, Sony Music
15 tracks, 56:22
“The Walk” marks the 14th collaboration between Alan Silvestri and director Robert Zemeckis. Is the spark still there?
Harry Gregson-Williams, 2015, Columbia Records
17 tracks, 51:42
Ridley Scott returns to space; and returns to Harry Gregson-Williams. His work here is understated, but very stylish.
On October 24th, Alan Silvestri’s music will fill the hall of ‘t Kuipke in Gent during the 2015 World Soundtrack Awards. To commemorate the occasion, a special album has been recorded by the Brussels Philharmonic, conducted by Dirk Brosse. The album was crowd-funded earlier this year, and will be for sale during and after the festival. Synchrotones is proud to be a co-funder of this unique recording, which includes music from “The Polar Express”, “MouseHunt”, “The Quick and the Dead”, “Forrest Gump”, “Cast Away”, “The Mummy Returns” and several more. Of course, it also features “Back to the Future” which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.
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Ian Honeyman, 2015, Ian Honeyman
20 tracks, 57:20
A contemporary score, using ancient instruments such as the oud and rebec.