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Spirit Stallion Of The Cimarr [Soundtrack]

Hans Zimmer Audio CD
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1. Here I Am
2. I Will Always Return
3. You Can't Take Me
4. Get Off My Back
5. Brothers Under The Sun
6. Don't Let Go
7. This Is Where I Belong
8. Here I Am
9. Sound The Bugle
10. Run Free
11. Homeland
12. Rain
13. The Long Road Back
14. Nothing I've Ever Known
15. I Will Always Return

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After a two-year gap, Bryan Adams chose the animated movie Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron to make his triumphant return. The soundtrack is by no means a solo effort, but he has cowritten and sings on eight brand-new songs. Two of them are deemed so good they appear twice. The first of these, "Here I Am", is an uplifting tune that plays as the film's end credits. The other is the film's finale, "I Will Always Return", which seems like a statement on the artists' career. Of the others, the most interesting is the duet with Sarah McLachlan on "Don't Let Go", lending it a particularly atmospheric air with their combined breathy vocal stylings. This being a story of a mystical heroic horse, the lyrics are consistently upbeat and optimistic. Behind those lyrics is a collection of composers providing the melodies. Leading the team is Hans Zimmer, who's now an old hand at the animated genre (cf The Lion King and The Prince of Egypt). Towards the end of the album are four cues totalling 20 minutes of his instrumental score. These are perfectly in keeping with both the songs and Zimmer's style, featuring big orchestral themes overlaid with electronic augmentation. All together it's an hour of exactly what both artists do best. --Paul Tonks

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Soundtrack for a Wonderful Movie July 16 2004
Format:Audio CD
When I saw the movie, I noticed Bryan Adams' music right away. I didn't realize how perfectly matched the soundtrack was for the movie until I bought the CD and listened to it, then watched the movie again. It's wonderful! You almost can't help but to sing along, and Adams' vocal performance is particularly poignant. Since the movie is largely about non-speaking characters, the music is particularly good at conveying the feeling behind certain scenes such as when Spirit is in the train car and imagines he sees his herd in the snowflakes. You'll listen to this cd over and over.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect Jan. 30 2014
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This item was a gift for my daughter, she loves this sound track. Would like to see an extended version in the future.
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5.0 out of 5 stars awesome Jan. 24 2014
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
my daughter loves this cd. she downloaded to her I-tunes account so now she can take it anywhere with her plus still play it on grandmas system.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good gift Jan. 9 2013
By C WIEBE
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
My wife really enjoys the music off the movie and mentioned getting the soundtrack. I ordered it for her, it came in time for Christmas, I gave it to her, and she was thrilled!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Moving, Emotional...Addictive June 12 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Music always enhances an atmosphere, and on occassion it can also digress one. In the case of this music, the atmosphere and the emotion surrounding the movie were by far intensified beyond what my words can describe. In many ways, I feel that of all the soundtracks that Hans Zimmer has written scores for, this is one of the top ranking ones. (...) I understand the power of music. This CD is beautiful. I bought it probably 2 years after I saw the movie, because I never actually got around to picking it up within good time of seeing the movie. This is by far one of the most grasping CDs I've ever bought. Once you start playing it, you can't help but want ot listen to the whole thing. It is beautiful.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I LOVE this CD, and it's movie... June 4 2004
Format:Audio CD
I recently got this CD after wanting it for about 2 years. I'm so happy the waiting is over! I listen to it all day, loving each moment of every song! When you're feeling down in the dumps, "Sound the Bugle" is there to lift your "Spirit"s! Feeling romantic? Try "Nothing I've Ever Known". When angry or under stress, why not listen to "Get Off My Back"? This CD has a song for everybody, and it's definetly worth every penny.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An amazing soundtrack for an amazing movie May 9 2004
Format:Audio CD
While I must give in and confess that it's a movie made for everybody, what really made the flick standout above the rest was how the story was told - through music. Music is a powerful weapon and can add greater emotion to any scene of any movie. If done right, the movie will become an even greater experience after it reaches the climax. Luckily, a good friend of mine had a copy, to which I borrowed for a few days and listened. I came out of the listening sessions with an aching desire to check out more works of Bryan Adams. Bryan Adams, along with Award-Winning composer Hans Zimmer, collaborated to bring the movie to life through music.
But before I even speak of the music and how beautiful it can be for the ears, I'll explain the story behind Spirit - Stallion Of The Cimarron. The movie is an animated flick and tells the story of a Kiger mustang named Spirit, who runs wild and free on the Cimarron (New Mexico) wilderness with his family and is determined to make sure they are kept away from enslavement. Unfortunately, a group of soldiers discover and capture Spirit, thus forcing Spirit to be away from his family, as the proud horse is taken to a U.S. Calvary fort, where they attempt to master the proud horse. Sick of seeing his kind being treated in a bad fashion, Spirit escapes the fort with a new goal in mind - to return home and be reunited with his family. Along the way, he encounters new friends and old enemies, not to mention falling for a beautiful paint mare named Rain.
Whereas most stories that you see in movies are told through dialogue, the movie's plot is told through a different standpoint - narration. Matt Damon was hired to convey Spirit's thoughts to the audience.
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4.0 out of 5 stars So Good That... April 23 2004
Format:Audio CD
Being a huge Bryan Adams fan since mid 80s, I have mixed feelings on this masterpiece soundtrack in 2002 featuring Canne winning title track HERE I AM. How I rejoiced when I found Bryan name on Billboard when this album came out. And I am glad to encounter great composer Hans Zimmer. I WILL ALWAYS RETURN is Bryan's best style of ballad which is used in two more versions in this album, and GET OFF MY BACK ,classic style uptempo rocker ,is my #1 favorite. It is good for Bryan Adams fans since 90s who love his ballad movie hits but for me it is a bit of frustrating because I still reminisce "The Summer of 69" Bryan. I bet he will return with his uptempo rockers that "Bang The Roof". Rick Springfield just did that in recent album why not Bryan?
Recommended for Bryan Adams, Hans Zimmer fans and soundtrack collectors.
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