Thomas and the Magic Railroad

Thomas and the Magic Railroad

by Hummie Mann

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Overview

Thomas and the Magic Railroad

Here's a rather diverting hodgepodge of tunes from the feature film debut of preschool favorite Thomas the Tank Engine, called Thomas & the Magic Railroad. Leadoff track "Really Useful Engine," an orchestrated Broadway-style ditty, is charmingly performed by Steven Page of Barenaked Ladies (he has a child who's a Thomas fan, apparently). Another grown-up guest, iconoclastic singer-songwriter Joe Henry offers the sweet little ballad "Sometimes Things Never Leave You." Then there's the band Atomic Kitten, who render a dance floor-ready version of golden oldie "The Locomotion." Singers Maren Ord and Dayna Manning check in with a pair of ballads more generic than not, but the jazzy "Summer Sunday," performed by a quintet of guys (two of whom are named Dominic), makes up for that. The second half of the album is the winsome orchestral score from the movie. As kids' soundtracks go, this one's slight but undeniably enjoyable.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/01/2000
Label: Nettwerk Records
UPC: 0624284001128

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Hummie Mann   Primary Artist,Conductor
Joe Henry   Track Performer
Steven Page   Track Performer
Dayna Manning   Track Performer
Atomic Kitten   Track Performer
Gerard McLachlan   Track Performer
Rob Jenkins   Track Performer
Ben Wright   Track Performer
Dominic Goundar   Track Performer
Dominic Gibson   Track Performer
Maren Ord   Track Performer

Technical Credits

David Greene   Engineer
Ira Hearshen   Arranger
Hummie Mann   Arranger,Producer
Brad Dechter   Arranger,Score Orchestration
Don Nemitz   Arranger
Jacquie Perryman   Soundtrack Executive Producer

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