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3:10 to Yuma
(2007)

  

La-La Land Records
SKU: LLLCD-1345
UPC: 8 26924 13452 8

Executive Album Producer
MV Gerhard and Matt Verboys

Release Date: April 21, 2015
                                                                                                   
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1. Main Title (1:07)
2. Ben takes the Stage/Dan's burden (5:45)
3. Man of his word (0:59)
4. Bisbygliando (1:23)
5. Barn burn (2:02)
6. Chinatown (1:39)
7. Indian Grounds (2:50)
8. Chinese Democracy (2:51)
9. One for the Road/Storm Clouds (4:12)
10. Trial by Fire (1:58)
11. Flight of the Princess (1:59)
12. Ben there done that (1:36)
13. Gang Arrives (1:52)
14. Ben Arrested (4:00)
15. It's time (1:02)
16. Hotel (0:41)

17. One man left (3:07)
18. William escapes (1:45)
19. Bible Study (2:35)
20. Who let the cows out? (1:32)
21. The 3:10 To Yuma (2:07)
  
Bonus tracks:
22. Stagecoach Crash (Alternate) (1:18)
23. Charlie Prince (1:16)
24. Where's the Doughbro? (4:04)
25. Wading into Bisbee (1:45)
26. Saving McElroy (0:59)
27. Fistfull of Dollars (3:09)
28. Bad to the Bone/Fireside Chat (2:54)
 
TT: 62:44


 

"This is not a big orchestral western, and I still have ideas about an orchestral western, but this was a more stylized piece. The thing I enjoyed doing is taking and coming up with whole environmental sounds and landscape of sounds that aren't necessarily part of a traditional orchestral thing. Working with that... I think you can have a lot of fun with it, in a western. These westerns have something, sort of slightly anachronistic about them. They're period pieces but they take liberties with that, musically I think it would have been a lot of fun to do that too and take instruments that were around during that period and use them in a modern way. That's what I ended up doing on this. In fact all the instruments on this were acoustic instruments that could have been used in the period. From the pump organ to the tack piano to the nylon guitars to the native Indian percussion stuff, to banjo and fiddle, tin flute and things like that. Even some sounds that weren't orchestral at all that we were able to use in a rhythmical way with everything else, such as a chime from a grandfather clock, a processed jaw harp and things like that. So it was, from that standpoint, something I've always wanted to do, and it's something that evolves, and I think the western provides a great template for doing this. "

- Marco Beltrami
Taking 3:10 to Yuma with Marco Beltrami, SoundtrackNet, January 2008


Music Composed by Marco Beltrami
Additional Music by Marcus Trumpp
Orchestra Conducted by Marco Beltrami
Orchestrated by Bill Boston, Rossano Galante, Dana Niu and Marcus Trumpp
Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London
Recorded and Mixed by John Kurlander
Performed by London Session Orchestra
Orchestra Contracted by Isobel Griffiths
Music Editor Jim Schultz
Produced by Marco Beltrami and Buck Sanders

 

 
 

Other Versions
3:10 to Yuma: Lionsgate Records, LGM2-0010, 21 tracks, TT: 47:10

 

Reviews and Links
Taking the 3:10 to Yuma with Marco Beltrami: SoundtrackNet, January 2008
Soundtrack page at Lionsgate
ScoreNotes interview
Soundtrack review: Movie-wave
Soundtrack review: SoundtrackNet
Soundtrack review: Movie Music UK

Soundtrack review: OSTweb (Czech)

 

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