V/A feat. Danger Mouse ft. Run The Jewels and Big Boi – Baby Driver Volume 2: The Score For A Score (LP, US)

14 April 2018 30th Century Records / Columbia Y4LP3C23
SIDE A:
01. Steven Price – Robbery Arrival
02. Danger Mouse Feat. Run the Jewels and Big Boi – Chase Me
03. Ennio Morricone – Secondo Intermezzo Pop
04. Steven Price – Candy From Baby / What’s In There Is Ours
05. The Foundations – Harlem Shuffle
06. Steven Price – Sunset That Ride
07. Lily James & Ansel Elgort – You’re Back!
08. Barbara Lewis – Baby I’m Yours
09. Unloved – Cry Baby Cry
10. Steven Price – Keep Driving and Never Stop
11. The Steve Miller Band – Threshold
12. Boga – Nowhere to Run (Baby Driver Mix)
13. Vinnie Maniscalco – TaKillYa (Baby Driver Mix)

SIDE B:
01. Run the Jewels – Run the Jewels
02. Steven Price – Bananas
03. Boards of Canada – Ready Let’s Go
04. Steven Price – Dumb-Ass Excuse
05. Kid Koala – Debora
06. Jon Hamm – What Did You Do?
07. Focus – Hocus Pocus (Baby Driver Mix)
08. Ansel Elgort – My Name Is Joseph
09. R.E.M – New Orleans Instrumental No 1
10. Steven Price – Lucky Charm
11. Steven Price – Run
12. Sky Ferreira – Easy (Baby Driver Mix)
13. Steven Price – Postcards from Debora
14. Jon Hamm & Ansel Elgort – Killer Track
15. Mint Royale – Blue Song

NOTES:
US pressing on 150g vinyl with download insert.

Part two of the Baby Driver soundtrack includes Jon Spencer‘s dialogue from the film on the track “Postcards from Debora” and Danger Mouse ft. Run The Jewels and Big BoiChase Me which is a remix of The Jon Spencer Blues ExplosionBellbottoms. Chase Me was also previously released as a 12″ single on Black Friday 2017 and appeared on the double CD edition of the Baby Driver soundtrack.

“Featuring even more gems from almost every musical genre and spanning across multiple decades, Baby Driver Volume 2: The Score For A Score will be released on April 13, 2018 via 30th Century Records / Columbia Records. The album features more memorable songs from the movie, exclusive tracks and special remixes that mirror the unique experience of the movie as well as dialogue excerpts from the film, and the unreleased score by Oscar winning composer Steven Price.

Written and directed by Edgar Wright, Baby Driver tells the story of Baby, a talented, young getaway driver who relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best in the game.

Celebrate your freedom by blasting out Baby’s perfect score-for-a-score at maximum volume! “

SONG CREDITS:
Side A: Tracks 1,4, 6, 10 and
Side B: Tracks 2, 4, 10, 13:
Composed and Produced by Steven Price
Published: MRC Global Music (ASCAP) / Twenty Fifteen Avenue Music, Inc. (ASCAP), admin. by Sony / ATV Music Publishing LLC
Performed by The Philharmonia Orchestra
Conductor: Geoff Alexander
Orchestra Contractor: Paul Talkington
Orchestrations: David Butterworth
Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London
Engineer: Andrew Dudman
Protools Operator: Matt Mysko
Score Mixed by Gareth Cousins
Music Editor: Bradley Farmer
(p) 2018 TriStar Productions, Inc.
Side A: Tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13 and
Side B: Tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14:
Contain dialogue from the motion picture “Baby Driver” used under license to Columbia Records from TriStar Productions, Inc.
Written by Edgar Wright
Performed by Morse Diggs, Ansel Elgort, Flea, Jamie Foxx, Eiza González, Jon Hamm, Lily James, Jon Spencer, R. Marcus Taylor and Paul Williams

Soundtrack Executive Producer: Edgar Wright
Produced: Osymyso
Music Supervisor: Kirsten Lane, Right Music Limited
Executive in Charge of Music for Sony Pictures: Spring Aspers
Album Mastered by: Joe Laporta at Sterling Sound (NYC)

Side A:

02. Danger Mouse Feat. Run the Jewels and Big Boi – Chase Me
Writers: Brian Burton / Jon Spencer / Judah Bauer / Russell Simins / Jamie Meline / Michael Render / Hector Delgado
Produced: Danger Mouse
Additional Production & Programming: EL-P & Hector Delgado
Performed: Danger Mouse feat. Run The Jewels and Big Boi
Big Boi appears courtesy of Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Contains a sample for “Bellbottoms,” written by Jon Spencer, Judah Bauer and Russell Simins.
Performed by The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.
Published: Dirty Shirt Music (BMI), under license to Columbia Records from The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.

Also contains a portion of the motion picture “Baby Driver.”
Dialogue written by Edgar Wright and performed by Morse Diggs.
Under license to Columbia Records from TriStar Productions, Inc.

03. Ennio Morricone – Secondo Intermezzo Pop
Composed: Ennio Morricone
Courtesy of EMI General Music Publishing S.r.l.
Originally released 1970 from the O.S.T. “Le Foto Probate Di Una Signora Per Bene”

05. The Foundations – Harlem Shuffle
Writers: Earl Nelson and Robert Relf
Published: BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd
Produced: Tony Macaulay
Licensed courtesy of BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd
(p) 1968 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd

08. Barbara Lewis – Baby I’m Yours
Courtesy of K-Tel Music, Inc.
Originally released 1965 K-tel Music, Inc.

09. Unloved – Cry Baby Cry
Courtesy of Unloved Records
(p) 2015 Unloved Records

11. The Steve Miller Band – Threshold
Courtesy of Sailor Records and Capitol Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises
(p) 1977 Sailor Records under exclusive license to Capitol Records

12. Boga – Nowhere to Run (Baby Driver Mix)
Courtesy of The Greater Goods Co.
(p) 2018 Boga

SIDE B:

01. Run the Jewels – Run the Jewels
Courtesy of Big Dada
(p) 2013 Big Dada

03. Boards of Canada – Ready Let’s Go
Courtesy of Warp Records
(p) 2002 Warp Records

05. Kid Koala – Debora
Writers: Edgar Wright and Eric San
Published: MRC Global Music (ASCAP) / Twenty Fifteen Avenue Music, Inc. (ASCAP), admin by Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Produced: Kid Koala
Kid Koala appears courtesy of Kid Koala Productions
(p) 2018 TriStar Productions, Inc.

07. Focus – Hocus Pocus (Baby Driver Mix)
Writers: Thijs Van Leer and Jan Akkerman
Courtesy if Red Bullet Productions BV
Originally Released 1971 Red Bullet Productions BV

09. R.E.M – New Orleans Instrumental No 1
Courtesy of R.E.M / Athens L.L.C.
Under exclusive license to Craft Recordings, a Division of Concord Music Group, Inc.
(p) 1992 Craft Recordings, a Division of Concord Music Group, Inc.

12. Sky Ferreira – Easy (Baby Driver Mix)
Writer: Lionel Richie
Produced: Nigel Godrich
Engineered: Sam Petts Davies
Sky Ferreira appears courtesy of Capitol Records
(p) 2018 TriStar Productions, Inc.

15. Mint Royale – Blue Song
Writers: Baker / Claxton
Published: Sony / ATV Music Publishing (UK)
Vocals: Stephen Wren
Produced: Mint Royale
(p) 2002 Faith & Hope Records

SLEEVE NOTES:
“As you may know, my initial auto dream of ‘Baby Driver’ goes way back to 1995. I even did a music video that was a dry run for the opening scene (Mint Royale’s ‘Blue Song’, featured here) back in 2002. But it wasn’t until 2007 that I started to actually talk about this passion project of a film out loud to my colleagues. Before I even wrote a word I needed some help. Since I wanted to make a musical that combined action, songs, score and sound effects I reached out to two musical geniuses. One I didn’t know and who would become a longtime collaborator (then music editor, now Oscar winning composer Steven Price) and another who I was a huge fan of (North London musical mash up genius Osymyso). Both of these people helped me break down my wild ideas so that I could essentially hear ‘Baby Driver’ before I put pen to paper. I am thrilled to say that they also worked on the finished film that came out a decade later. I’ll let them talk before you disappear down a musical rabbit hole of more music from the movie, special remixes and inspirations. Enjoy.
– Edgar Wright, December 2017
In 2007 I was introduced to Edgar Wright for the first time. He’d had a uniquely ambitious idea for a movie where every frame would be driven by and entwined with music, and needed someone to help breaking down some of the tracks he was thinking of incorporating. At the time I was working as a film music editor for some mutual friends, so I got the call. Initially, I had no idea how the idea might work, but the choices of songs were so magnificent that I knew I wanted to be part of it. Cut to 10 years later, and I’m sitting at Abbey Road Studios recording the score I’ve written to weave together the diverse collection of tracks that have become the metronomically beating heart of Baby Driver. During that 10 year period, so much has happened, so much of it stemming from that initial meeting with Edgar, but throughout it all Baby Driver kept on evolving and developing into the movie you know today, a movie that the whole team involved are incredibly proud of. It was an honour to be part of it from the first notes to the last. I hope you enjoy this second volume of the soundtrack, featuring some of the deeper cuts and score selections that drive Baby’s story.
– Steven Price, December 2017

In January 2008 I received a slightly vague by intriguing email from Edgar asking me if I was “Up for doing a preliminary experiment with this idea – mixing sound effects and music.” Of course I was. A few days later I received an email with a description of a scene in a movie, the first words were “BELLBOTTOMS – car approaches and pulls up, handbrake, song starts.” Using this outline, I created a soundscape made up of noises gathered from my local high street and a supermarket car park. Incredibly the timings of these door slams, footsteps, alarm sounds and tapping on the dashboard are virtually the sam in the finished movie 9 years later. As I created more of these audio montages it made me realize how much like Baby we all are, how we all like to interact with the world in time to the music in our earbuds, we all walk to the rhythm, chew on the off-beat and close doors in time the snares, right? this compilation is designed to bring out the Baby in all of us and you can enhance it by playing it as you walk down a busy city street, allowing the sounds around you to blend in and create a unique mix on each listen.
– Osymyso, December 2017

Edgar Wright would like to thank all of the licensors who made this project happen, all the artists who inspired him to make the movie and Steve & Osymyso for being there right from the start.”

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