Limited Edition of 1,500 Units
BSX Records (BSXCD 8857 )
Release Date: July 2, 2009
Conducted by Lee Holdridge
|1.||Brothers in Arms||3:35|
|4.||Childhood Montage I||1:21|
|5.||Childhood Montage II||2:01|
|6.||Los Angeles Airport||0:46|
|8.||Flying Into Baghdad||1:17|
|10.||Back At Camp||0:55|
|12.||Around the Camp||1:03|
|15.||Keep Going On||1:25|
|17.||Jake Comes Home||0:58|
|18.||Why Did This Happen? - Part I||1:11|
|19.||Why Did This Happen? - Part II||1:12|
|22.||Something Greater Than Themselves||1:00|
|Total Album Time:||33:41|
For Brothers at War, the producers were looking for a composer who could provide music that would compliment this exciting and terrifying journey to the edges of a modern battlefield but could also switch gears and navigate through the terrain of intimate family relationships.
They chose Lee Holdridge, a composer with a history of delicately highlighting the emotional moments of his subjects in a subtle manner. For the film, the composer has written a intimate acoustic score, augmented by strings, guitar and piano, including a song written and performed by John Ondrasik of Five For Fighting, inspired by the characters in the film, and based on the main theme.
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