In this edition, we take this time to appreciate Little Miss Sunshine, featuring one of our favorite on-screen moms, Toni Collette! The soundtrack released by Lakeshore Records back in 2006 features score by Alias Grace composer Mychael Danna, music by DeVotchKa, Sofjan Stevens, Tony Tisdale and Rick James! The album earned Mychael Danna and DeVotchKa GRAMMY® nominations, plus two Academy Award® wins for the film.
Grammy®-nominated Little Miss Sunshine (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) released by Lakeshore Records was selected an exclusive release selected for Record Store Day Black Friday (in Starburst yellow). This latest release in yellow color vinyl (limited to 500) has the same award-winning music and features DeVotchka, Mychael Danna, Sufjan Stevens and more. The two-time Academy Award®-winning film is an instant classic, and so is the album! See below for track listings and more.
It’s A Hit Weekend For ‘The Cobbler’ On iTunes, John Debney And Nick Urata Score Makes The Coveted Best Sellers List
The Cobbler is a hit on iTunes VOD right now at #5, and the soundtrack is on the Best Sellers list in Top Soundtracks! If you haven’t made your way to the theaters yet, then now is the time! Directed by Academy Award nominee Tom McCarthy (Best Writing, Original Screenplay for Up), his latest film is a comedy-fantasy starring Adam Sandler — now playing in theaters (check show times) and On Demand (rent it on iTunes). The Cobbler (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) features the score by Academy Award nominee John Debney and Nick Urata, the frontman of DeVotchKa (the band was nominated for a Grammy for their music in Little Miss Sunshine).
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The Cobbler (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack): iTunes
‘The Cobbler’ Opens In Theaters This Weekend, Critics Love John Debney And Nick Urata’s Score To Comedy-Fantasy Movie
The opening cue is John Debney like I’ve never heard him before: a delightfully infectious cabaret piece which makes me want to groove.
Nick Urata makes the score sound even more ethnic. “Test drive” is almost like gipsy music with a guitar twist. It stays just as amusing and blends with the rest of the composition. I can almost imagine the fun the two composers had recording the music of “The cobbler”. He also brings the first quiet and dreamy moments of the score, in “Ma’s wish” and “Pop’s soles”. –Soundtrack Dreams
Academy Award nominee Director Tom McCarthy’s The Cobbler film opens March 13 in theaters (check show times) and On Demand (rent it on iTunes)! The latest Adam Sandler film features the score collaboration between Academy Award nominee John Debney and Nick Urata (who received a Grammy nomination as DeVotchKa for Little Miss Sunshine). The film stars Adam Sandler, Method Man, Steve Buscemi, Ellen Barkin, Dan Stevens, and Melonie Diaz. The Cobbler (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is out now on iTunes — preview the album below and hear why the critics love the album.
The Cobbler (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
01. The Cobbler Main Title – John Debney
02. Lone Figures Meeting – John Debney
03. Fifty Large – John Debney
04. New Customer – John Debney
05. Magical Stitcher – John Debney
06. Home To Ma’s House – John Debney
07. Need Repairman – John Debney
08. Becoming Ludlow – John Debney
09. Test Drive – Nick Urata
10. Ma’s Wish – Nick Urata
11. Visiting The Crime Scene – John Debney
12. Bar Pick Up To Mom’s – John Debney
13. Showering With Kara – John Debney
14. Pop’s Soles – Nick Urata
15. Prepping For Dinner – John Debney
16. Date Night Reunion – John Debney
17. Date Night Dinner – John Debney
18. Ma Passes – Nick Urata
19. Becoming A Badass – John Debney
20. Ludlow’s Closet – John Debney
21. Ludlow vs. Ludlow – John Debney
22. Gotta Pee – John Debney
23. Stiletto To The Throat – John Debney
24. Max Goes To The Police – John Debney
25. What The Crap! – John Debney
26. Marsha Returns Money – John Debney
27. Old Man Albert – John Debney
28. Getting Involved – John Debney
29. Soloman’s Shoes Deal – John Debney
30. Mixed Bag Of Shoes – John Debney
31. New York – Nick Urata
32. Carmen Asks Max Out – Nick Urata
33. Also A Cobbler – Nick Urata
34. Cobbler Medley – John Debney
35. Step Into My Shoes – Arlan Feile