Dear John [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

Dear John [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

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Dear John [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

The soundtrack to Dear John features the songs "Paperweight" by Joshua Radin/Schuyler Fisk, "The Moon" by the Swell Season, as well as brand new music from Donovan Frankenreiter, Amanda Seyfried, and a new duet from Dan Wilson/Rachel Yamagata.

Based on the bestselling novel by Nicholas Sparks, Dear John stars Amanda Seyfried, Channing Tatum, and Richard Jenkins. From the Label

Product Details

Release Date: 02/02/2010
Label: Relativity Music Grp
UPC: 0854727002065
catalogNumber: 70020

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Tim Davies   Conductor

Technical Credits

311   Producer
Dan Wilson   Composer,Producer
Peter Seibert   Arranger
Casey Stone   Score Mixer
Marshall Altman   Arranger,Composer,Producer
Andy Barlow   Producer
Blair Mackichan   Composer
Glen Hansard   Composer
Anthony Lukens   Composer
Rachael Yamagata   Composer
Deborah Lurie   Composer
Jason Markey   Executive Soundtrack Producer
Jamie Hartman   Composer
Schuyler Fisk   Composer
Chad Fisher   Producer
Chris Westlake   Arranger
Lasse Hallstrom   Executive Soundtrack Producer
Joshua Radin   Composer
Abraham Libbos   Orchestration
Joseph "Jo Jo" Hookim   Producer
Amanda Seyfried   Composer
Guy Whittaker   Composer
Zack Ryan   Arranger
Ryan Kavanaugh   Executive Soundtrack Producer
Timothy Thornton   Composer
Fin Greenall   Composer
Nick Hexum   Composer
Tim DeNardo   Composer
Jessie Gulati   Composer
Sam Sprague   Composer
Tucker Tooley   Executive Soundtrack Producer
Winston Matthews   Composer
Marty Bowen   Executive Soundtrack Producer
Rosi Golan   Composer

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Dear John [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Best soundtrack I've honestly purchased in a while. All the tracks were carefully handpicked and played brilliantly during each scene. One of my personal favorites would have to be "This Thing Is It" by Fink. Simple yet beautifully written. Also persuaded me to purchase his latest album "Sort of Revolution".
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