Man, Woman and Child
Limited Edition of 1,000 Units
Release Date: August 2013
Conducted by Georges Delerue
|1.||Man, Woman and Child Theme||2:44|
|5.||Flashback / Monfleur||1:41|
|12.||Trash to Chicken||1:09|
|14.||Clean the Table / Medical Center||1:18|
|15.||I'm Your Father||3:23|
|19.||Never Gone (Vocal: Edie Lehman)||2:44|
|20.||BONUS TRACKS: Main Title (Alternate A)||3:53|
|21.||Main Title (Alternate B)||3:20|
|22.||Plaisir D'Amour (Alternate)||1:45|
|23.||Never Gone (Alternate)||2:44|
|24.||Never Gone (Demo)||2:59|
|Total Album Time:||61:28|
The perfect choice for scoring this sensitive film was Frenchman Georges Delerue, composer of some of the most romantic and bittersweet film scores ever written. The music written for Man, Woman and Child is undoubtedly one of the most memorable of these American scores, and an absolute treat for all Delerue fans.
The album contains Delerue's complete scoreincluding the beautiful song "Never Gone," performed by Edie Lehmannand a few alternate cues. The entire album was assembled from original multi-track stereo session masters vaulted at Paramount Pictures. The packaging includes a 12-page full color booklet with informative liner notes by Tim Greiving. Man, Woman and Child contains the essence of Delerue's giftbeauty, sadness, romanceand remains an essential work from one of the finest composers who ever wrote for the screen.
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Released: March 13, 2001