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Randy Newman Toy Story

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CD Details

  • Released: February 6, 2006
  • Originally Released: 2006
  • Label: Emi Europe Generic


  • 1.Toy Story, film score: You've Got a Friend in Me
  • 2.Toy Story, film score: Strange Things
  • 3.Toy Story, film score: I Will Go Sailing No More
  • 4.Toy Story, film score: Andy's Birthday (Instrumental) - (TRUE instrumental)
  • 5.Toy Story, film score: Soldier's Mission (Instrumental) - (TRUE instrumental)
  • 6.Toy Story, film score: Presents (Instrumental) - (TRUE instrumental)
  • 7.Toy Story, film score: Buzz (Instrumental) - (TRUE instrumental)
  • 8.Toy Story, film score: Sid (Instrumental) - (TRUE instrumental)
  • 9.Toy Story, film score: Woody and Buzz (Instrumental) - (TRUE instrumental)
  • 10.Toy Story, film score: Mutants (Instrumental) - (TRUE instrumental)
  • 11.Toy Story, film score: Woody's Gone (Instrumental) - (TRUE instrumental)
  • 12.Toy Story, film score: The Big One (Instrumental) - (TRUE instrumental)
  • 13.Toy Story, film score: Hang Together (Instrumental) - (TRUE instrumental)
  • 14.Toy Story, film score: On the Move (Instrumental) - (TRUE instrumental)
  • 15.Toy Story, film score: Infinity and Beyond (Instrumental) - (TRUE instrumental)
  • 16.Toy Story, film score: You've Got a Friend in Me (Duet)

Product Description:

Original score composed by Randy Newman.
Producers: Frank Wolf, Don Davis, Jim Flamberg, Randy Newman.
Randy Newman wrote and sang three songs in his characteristic style for the soundtrack of the first computer-animated children's movie, Toy Story, along with a sprightly, stirring score that reflected the film's fun, adventurous spirit. "You've Got A Friend In Me," performed both as a solo by Newman at the start and as a duet with Lyle Lovett at the end (reflecting the theme of emerging friendship between toys Woody and Buzz Lightyear), earned an Oscar nomination; "Strange Things" was a comically ominous song used to express Woody's feelings about being supplanted by Buzz; and "I Will Go Sailing No More" was a wistful lament for Buzz when he made the agonizing discovery that he was a toy, not a space hero. Newman's winning score helped set the mood for the charming film that was a box office champion for Christmas 1995. ~ William Ruhlmann

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  • Sales Rank: 103,355
  • UPC: 094635104127
  • Shipping Weight: 0.22/lbs (approx)
  • International Shipping: 1 item

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