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August Rush

  • 1. Main Title
    2. Break - (Prelude From Partita No.3)
    3. Moondance
    4. This Time
    5. Bari Improv
    6. Ritual Dance
    7. Raise It Up
    8. Dueling Guitars
    9. Something Inside - (Cello Concerto In E Minor, Op.85, Adagio-Moderato)
    10. August's Rhapsody - (Includes an Interpolation Of 'Moondance')
    11. Someday
    12. King of the Earth
    13. God Bless the Child
    14. La Bamba
    15. Bonus Track 1
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 87796

  • Credits
    ProducerCharles Mack; Jamal Joseph; John Legend; John Ondrasik; Mark Mancina; Phil Ramone; Robbie Buchanan; Bill Bottrell; Curt Schneider; Bobby Colomby; Richard Barton Lewis (Compilation); Gaby Jerou (Compilation)
    EngineerChris Latham; Frank Filipetti; Gabe Moffett; Steve Kempster

    Personnel: Paula Cole (vocals); Heitor Teixeira Pereira, Doug Smith , James Harrah, Mark Mancina, David Levita, George Doering (guitar); Dean Parks (acoustic guitar); Carol Webb-Sortomme, Elena Barere (violin); Desiree Elsevier, Robert Rinehart (viola); Stephen Erdody, Jeanne LeBlanc, Richard Locker (cello); Rick Mitchell, Steve Kujala (flute); William Gallison, Scott Gordon (harmonica); Don Markese (clarinet); Andrew Radford (bassoon); Chris Botti, John Fumo (trumpet); Bruce Otto (trombone); Richard Bullock (bass trombone); Charles Mack, John Ondrasik, Randy Waldman (piano); Robbie Buchanan (keyboards, drums); Joey Waronker, Shawn Pelton, Vinnie Colaiuta (drums).
    Audio Mixers: Frank Filipetti; Mark Endert ; Steve Kempster.
    Recording information: Legacy Studios, New York, NY.
    Arrangers: Dave Metzger; Rob Mathes; Robbie Buchanan; Gil Goldstein.
    For the soundtrack to the 2007 drama AUGUST RUSH, the filmmakers enlisted an impressive array of talent to enhance the story of a musical prodigy and his long-lost parents. Highlights of the collection include the gentle, folk-tinged "This Time," one of a few tracks performed by actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and "Ritual Dance," a deft six-string number by Kaki King, who served as a guitar-playing double for actor Freddie Highmore.

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