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Original score composed by Michael Kamen.Producers: Michael Kamen, Christopher Brooks, Stephen McLaughlin, Robert John Lange Jeff Kamen.Proineers: Bobby Fernandez, Nigel Green, Richard Kamen.Proorded at Warner Brothers Burbank Studios, Los Angeles, California and Evergreen, Radford, Kamen.Proposer: Michael Kamen.Prosonnel: Jeff Lynne (vocals) Keith Scott (guitar) Bill Payne (keyboards) Jim Keltner, Mickey Curry (drums) Julianna Raye (background vocals).Audio Mixers: Richard Dodd Stephen McLaughlin Bob Kamen.Proer Note Authors: Pen Densham John Watson .Recording information: Evergreen, Radford Warner Brothers, Burbank, Kamen.Protors: Eric Reasoner Christopher Kamen.Protographer: David James . Most of the works are essentially what you'd expect from a Robin Hood movie -- horns, strings, and flutes, all played in a vaguely Old English manner. The rest is mood music. Given that it's a score, the music of course is meant to work well within the confines of the movie's background. Released on its own, it loses some of its power. Still, it sold well due to the Bryan Adams single, which probably needs little or no review of its own. To help capitalise on this single, one notices that the score occasionally returns to themes from the big song. Michael Kamen, known for his forays into mainstream (non-classical) music, while sticking with his full symphony, does some very good work here in evoking the moods of the movie. This is one of the few score-based soundtracks that could possibly stand on its own, though it's still relatively weak when compared to music written to stand alone.~ Adam Greenberg
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Album: Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves: Overture and a Prisoner of the Crusades
2)    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves: Sir Guy of Gisborne and the Escape in Sherwood
3)    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves: Little John and the Band in the Forest
4)    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves: The Sheriff and His Witch
5)    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves: Maid Marian
6)    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves: Training Robin Hood Prince of Theives
7)    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves: Marian at the Waterfall
8)    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves: The Abduction and the Final Battle at the Gallows
9)    (Everything I Do) I Do It for You
10)    Wild Times
 
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Performer Notes
  • Original score composed by Michael Kamen.
  • Producers: Michael Kamen, Christopher Brooks, Stephen McLaughlin, Robert John Lange; Jeff Lynne.
  • Engineers: Bobby Fernandez, Nigel Green, Richard Dodd.
  • Recorded at Warner Brothers Burbank Studios, Los Angeles, California and Evergreen, Radford, England.
  • Composer: Michael Kamen.
  • Personnel: Jeff Lynne (vocals); Keith Scott (guitar); Bill Payne (keyboards); Jim Keltner, Mickey Curry (drums); Julianna Raye (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixers: Richard Dodd; Steve McLaughlin; Bob Clearmountain.
  • Liner Note Authors: Pen Densham; John Watson .
  • Recording information: Evergreen, Radford; Warner Brothers, Burbank, CA.
  • Editors: Eric Reasoner; Christopher Brooks.
  • Photographer: David James .
  • Unknown Contributor Role: The Greater Los Angeles Orchestra.
  • This is primarily a score album, though there are a couple of non-orchestral songs represented, most notably Bryan Adams' "Everything I Do," which became a huge hit single around the same time. Most of the works are essentially what you'd expect from a Robin Hood movie -- horns, strings, and flutes, all played in a vaguely Old English manner. The rest is mood music. Given that it's a score, the music of course is meant to work well within the confines of the movie's background. Released on its own, it loses some of its power. Still, it sold well due to the Bryan Adams single, which probably needs little or no review of its own. To help capitalize on this single, one notices that the score occasionally returns to themes from the big song. Michael Kamen, known for his forays into mainstream (non-classical) music, while sticking with his full symphony, does some very good work here in evoking the moods of the movie. This is one of the few score-based soundtracks that could possibly stand on its own, though it's still relatively weak when compared to music written to stand alone. ~ Adam Greenberg
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