John Williams - The Accidental Tourist (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) album mp3
We have attempted to preserve, as closely as possible, the sound of the original recording. Because of its high resolution, however, the Compact Disc can reveal limitations of the source tape.
The Accidental Tourist remains one of John Williams' most unusual but appealing film scores. An understated and lyrical effort far, far away from more renowned works like Star Wars, it communicates melancholy with uncommon eloquence. Like Lawrence Kasdan's film, which tells the story of a divorcee (William Hurt) coming to terms with the premature death of his only child, Williams eschews heart-tugging dramatics and mawkish melodies in favor of a mature, understated approach that captures the true depths of human sorrow
Album · 1986 · 12 Songs. More By John Williams. See All. Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Home Alone (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Jurassic Park (20th Anniversary).
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BAFTA Award for Best Film Music Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Composition (The Empire Strikes Back - Soundtrack) Grammy Award for Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special Nominated-Academy Award for Best Original Score Nominated-Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score Nominated-Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Composition ("The Imperial March").
The Accidental Tourist soundtrack from 1988, composed by John Williams. Released by Warner Bros. Records in 1989 (22P2-2957) containing music from The Accidental Tourist (1988). The Accidental Tourist. Release Date: December 23, 1989. Conducted by John Williams. Formats: CD, Digital. The Accidental Tourist (1988). Music By. John Williams. Rate This Soundtrack.
The Book Thief (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Director Steven Spielberg and composer John Williams have forged a remarkable partnership over the past 20 years, one that's evolved in recent years into a very practical balance of art and commerce. The Spielberg/Williams team followed the blockbuster Jurassic Park with the risk-taking Schindler's List, the bloated Jurassic sequel The Lost World with the moralistic Amistad. Williams admirably rises to the challenge again, underplaying the volatile emotions involved and utilizing African rhythmic and modal influences with surprising subtlety.
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|3||Trip To London||1:55|
|4||The Healing Process||5:10|
|5||Fixing The Plumbing On A Rainy Afternoon||3:14|
|6||A Second Chance||3:12|
|8||Back With Sara||4:04|
|10||Rose And Julian||2:08|
|11||A New Beginning||3:27|
|12||End Credits (A Second Chance)||3:13|
- Composed By – John Williams
- Conductor – John Williams
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|1-25846||John Williams||The Accidental Tourist (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP)||Warner Bros. Records||1-25846||US||1989|
|9-25846-4||John Williams||The Accidental Tourist (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Cass, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||9-25846-4||US||1989|
|925 846-1||John Williams||The Accidental Tourist (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||925 846-1||Europe||1989|
|22P2-2957||John Williams||The Accidental Tourist (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||22P2-2957||Japan||1989|
|9-25846-2||John Williams||The Accidental Tourist (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||9-25846-2||US||1989|