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Brian Tyler: Truth [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

Track List

>Truth: Asking Questions - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Truth Main Title - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Documents - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Three Hours - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Culmination - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Fea - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Transcendence - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Duty and Honor - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Needle in a Haystack - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Humble Beginnings - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Mistake and Misunderstanding - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Pursing the Truth - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Uncovering Lies - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Hodges Confirm - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: 60 Minutes - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Indiscretion - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Let's Start From the Beginning - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Oetr - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: I Am What I Am - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: Public Apology - (with Brian Tyler)
>Truth: End of an Era - (with Brian Tyler)

Album Notes

Personnel: Brian Tyler (programming); John Carey , Robert Lydecker, Evan Duffy, Pakku Hui (programming).

Audio Mixers: Greg Hayes; Brian Tyler.

Recording information: The Simon Leadley Scoring Stage, Trackdown Studios.

Best known for blockbuster action films like The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Furious 7, and Iron Man3, composer Brian Tyler branches into high-stakes drama with 2015's Truth, about the muddled controversy that led to the retirement of popular U.S. TV anchorman Dan Rather, portrayed in the film by Robert Redford. Truth is based on news producer Mary Mapes' book Truth and Duty: The Press, the President, and the Privilege of Power, which recounts events surrounding a 2004 TV news report on alleged past dereliction of military duty by then-president George W. Bush, and the broadcast's aftermath. The orchestral score persistently pulses and tenses, evoking a newspaper pressroom and reflecting a simmering newsroom immersed in a life-changing story. Strings, brass, and drums lead the nearly hour-long soundtrack, which also counts guitar ("Culmination"), voice ("Transcendence"), and piano ("Public Apology") among its timbres. ~ Marcy Donelson



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