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Nick Urata: Paddington [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

Track List

>Paddington: Marmalade Harvest - (with Nick Urata)
>Paddington: Journey from Peru - (with Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School Choir/Nick Urata)
>London Is the Place for Me - (with Tabago Crusoe/D Lime)
>I Got You (I Feel Good)
>Paddington: Arrival in London - (with Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School Choir/Nick Urata)
>Paddington: This Will Do Nicely - (with Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School Choir/Nick Urata)
>Paddington: Duel with Facilities - (with Nick Urata)
>Paddington: The Letter Home - (with Nick Urata)
>Paddington: Millicent's Lab - (with Nick Urata)
>Paddington: Gruber's Story - (with Nick Urata)
>Paddington: Thief Chase - (with Nick Urata)
>Born to Be Wild - (with Steppenwolf)
>Paddington: Bear Bath - (with Nick Urata)
>Hello
>Paddington: The Explorer's Film - (with Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School Choir/Nick Urata)
>Paddington: Millicent Invasion - (with Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School Choir/Nick Urata)
>Gerrard Street - (with Tabago Crusoe/D Lime)
>Paddington: Ringing Doorbells - (with Nick Urata)
>Paddington: Museum Chase - (with Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School Choir/Nick Urata)
>Blow Wind Blow - (with Tabago Crusoe/D Lime)
>Paddington: Escape from Millicent - (with Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School Choir/Nick Urata)
>Savito - (with Tabago Crusoe/D Lime)
>Paddington: He Is Family - (with Nick Urata)
>Paddington: Epilogue - (with Nick Urata)

Album Notes

Composer Nick Urata (Ruby Sparks, Crazy, Stupid Love, I Love You Phillip Morris) turns in a charming original score to the 2014 film adaptation of Michael Bond's beloved children's character Paddington. The live action film about a young Peruvian bear seeking a new home in London was produced by David Heyman, who brings the same whimsical touch he delivered to the Harry Potter films. Mixing a cinematic English wistfulness with upbeat Latin themes, Urata has managed to create something that is both playful and, at times, disarmingly tender. The gentler themes, like the lovely waltzing "Journey from Peru" and "The Letter Home," blend austere piano melodies with subtle strings, while the more exuberant Latin-inspired tracks are bursting with percussion, brass, and Spanish guitars. A handful of additional songs featured in the movie, like Lionel Richie's "Hello" and Steppenwolf's "Born to Be Wild," pad the soundtrack, but don't detract too much from what is largely a fun and heartfelt original score. ~ Timothy Monger



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