Friday, July 31, 2009
Babe: Pig In The City/ Nigel Westlake
This is another one of my all time favorite movies and it features a Bull Terrier as well.
The score by Nigel Westlake adds to the often overwhelmingly doom and gloom feel of the feature.
Being that this sequel was directed by the dude who did the Mad Max films, it isn't surprising this took a slightly violent turn.
There are moments of dialog sprinkled throughout the soundtrack just like the first one. It would be nice to have the score without these elements but at the same time it doesn't seem out of place and is often amusing.
01. That'll Do - Peter Gabriel Feat. Paddy Maloney And The Black Dyke Mills Band
02. Babe: A Pig In The City - E.G. Daily
03. The Returning Hero - Mice & Cast
04. Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien - Edith Piaf
05. Chattanooga Choo-Choo - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra With Tex Beneke & The Modernaires With Cast
06. Scram, This Is Not A Farm! - Mice & Cast
07. That's Amore - Dean Martin
08. Three Blind Mice - Cat Chorus
09. A Pig Gets Wise - Mice & Cast
10. Are You Lonesome Tonight - The Mavericks
11. Protected By Angels - The Chieftains Feat. The Black Dyke Mills Band
12. The Big City (Two Step Nadya) - The Terem Quartet
13. Babe's Lament - E.G. Daily
14. A Heart That's True - E.G. Daily
15. The End - Mice & Cast
16. That'll Do (Instrumental) - James Watson And The Black Dyke Mills Band
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