The Paul McCartney Project

Timeline More from year 2018
Publisher:
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This album has been recorded during the following studio sessions


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Track list

Disc 1


1.

The Traveler

Written by Paul McCartney, Martin O'Donnell, Michael Salvatori

2:30 • Studio versionA



3.

Excerpt From The Hope

Written by Paul McCartney, Martin O'Donnell, Michael Salvatori

2:16 • Studio versionA1 • Excerpt From The Hope

London Symphony Orchestra :
Orchestra
Sam Okell :
Second engineer
Peter Cobbin :
Recording engineer
Libera :
Boys choir
Mark McKenzie :
Music supervisor, Orchestrations
Jonty Barnes :
Producer
Dennis Sands :
Mixing engineer
Adam Olmsted :
Assistant mixing engineer
Robert Prizeman :
Director of libera boys choir
Tom Delgado-Little :
Boy soloist
Isaac London :
Boy soloist
London Voices :
Choir
Terry Edwards :
Choir director
Ben Parry :
Choir director
Isobel Griffiths :
Orchestra contractor
Thomas Bowes :
Orchestra leader
Charlotte Matthews :
Assistant orchestra contractor

Session Recording:
Nov 20-23, 2012
Studio :
EMI Studios, Abbey Road


4.

Excerpt From The Ecstasy

2:10 • Studio version


5.

The Warmind

2:09 • Studio version


6.

Guardian

2:08 • Studio version


7.

The Tower

Written by Paul McCartney, Martin O'Donnell, Michael Salvatori, C. Paul Johnson

1:19 • Studio versionA

Disc 2


1.

The Last Array

6:57 • Studio version


2.

The Collapse

1:33 • Studio version


3.

The Journey Home

3:09 • Studio version


4.

First Challenge

3:45 • Studio version


5.

Prey

2:13 • Studio version

Disc 3


1.


2.

The Great Unknown

1:34 • Studio version


3.

Excerpt 1 From The Rose

1:23 • Studio version


4.

Excerpt From The Tribulation

2:14 • Studio version


5.


6.

Relic Of Hope

2:14 • Studio version


7.

Departure

2:00 • Studio version


8.

Disc 4


1.

Reborn

3:34 • Studio version


2.

Sepiks Prime

4:13 • Studio version


3.

Traveler's Promise

1:56 • Studio version


4.

Deconstruction

1:42 • Studio version


5.

Excerpt From The Ruin

1:36 • Studio version


6.

Untold Legends

3:34 • Studio version

Disc 5


1.

Cabal Stomp

3:40 • Studio version


2.

Dust Giants

4:28 • Studio version


3.

Ishtar Sink

4:43 • Studio version


4.

The World's Grave

5:36 • Studio version

Disc 6


1.

Exclusion Zone

3:48 • Studio version


2.

The Stranger

1:11 • Studio version


3.

Temple Of Crota

5:16 • Studio version


4.

Eye Of The Gate Lord

4:01 • Studio version

Disc 7


1.

The Hive

5:46 • Studio version


2.

The Collective

4:11 • Studio version


3.

End Of The Line

3:32 • Studio version


4.

Disc 8


1.

Siege Dancers

3:16 • Studio version


2.

Chronologies

3:32 • Studio version


3.

Passage

3:22 • Studio version


4.

Excerpt 2 From The Rose

2:46 • Studio version


5.

Excerpt From The Union

1:45 • Studio version


6.

All Ends Are Beginnings

1:33 • Studio version

Disc 9


1.

The Path

Written by Paul McCartney, Martin O'Donnell, Michael Salvatori

6:20 • Studio versionA

London Symphony Orchestra :
Orchestra
Sam Okell :
Second engineer
Peter Cobbin :
Recording engineer
Libera :
Boys choir
Mark McKenzie :
Music supervisor, Orchestrations
Jonty Barnes :
Producer
Dennis Sands :
Mixing engineer
Adam Olmsted :
Assistant mixing engineer
Robert Prizeman :
Director of libera boys choir
Tom Delgado-Little :
Boy soloist
Isaac London :
Boy soloist
London Voices :
Choir
Terry Edwards :
Choir director
Ben Parry :
Choir director
Isobel Griffiths :
Orchestra contractor
Thomas Bowes :
Orchestra leader
Charlotte Matthews :
Assistant orchestra contractor

Session Recording:
Nov 20-23, 2012
Studio :
EMI Studios, Abbey Road


2.

The Union

4:28 • Studio version

Disc 10


1.

The Ruin

5:20 • Studio version


2.

The Tribulation

Written by Paul McCartney, Martin O'Donnell, Michael Salvatori

5:53 • Studio versionA

London Symphony Orchestra :
Orchestra
Sam Okell :
Second engineer
Peter Cobbin :
Recording engineer
Libera :
Boys choir
Mark McKenzie :
Music supervisor, Orchestrations
Jonty Barnes :
Producer
Dennis Sands :
Mixing engineer
Adam Olmsted :
Assistant mixing engineer
Robert Prizeman :
Director of libera boys choir
Tom Delgado-Little :
Boy soloist
Isaac London :
Boy soloist
London Voices :
Choir
Terry Edwards :
Choir director
Ben Parry :
Choir director
Isobel Griffiths :
Orchestra contractor
Thomas Bowes :
Orchestra leader
Charlotte Matthews :
Assistant orchestra contractor

Session Recording:
Nov 20-23, 2012
Studio :
EMI Studios, Abbey Road

Disc 11


1.

The Rose

Written by Paul McCartney, Martin O'Donnell, Michael Salvatori

5:24 • Studio versionA

London Symphony Orchestra :
Orchestra
Sam Okell :
Second engineer
Peter Cobbin :
Recording engineer
Libera :
Boys choir
Mark McKenzie :
Music supervisor, Orchestrations
Jonty Barnes :
Producer
Dennis Sands :
Mixing engineer
Adam Olmsted :
Assistant mixing engineer
Robert Prizeman :
Director of libera boys choir
Tom Delgado-Little :
Boy soloist
Isaac London :
Boy soloist
London Voices :
Choir
Terry Edwards :
Choir director
Ben Parry :
Choir director
Isobel Griffiths :
Orchestra contractor
Thomas Bowes :
Orchestra leader
Charlotte Matthews :
Assistant orchestra contractor

Session Recording:
Nov 20-23, 2012
Studio :
EMI Studios, Abbey Road


2.

The Ecstasy

6:40 • Studio version

Disc 12


1.

The Prison

Written by Paul McCartney, Martin O'Donnell, Michael Salvatori

6:29 • Studio versionA

London Symphony Orchestra :
Orchestra
Sam Okell :
Second engineer
Peter Cobbin :
Recording engineer
Libera :
Boys choir
Mark McKenzie :
Music supervisor, Orchestrations
Jonty Barnes :
Producer
Dennis Sands :
Mixing engineer
Adam Olmsted :
Assistant mixing engineer
Robert Prizeman :
Director of libera boys choir
Tom Delgado-Little :
Boy soloist
Isaac London :
Boy soloist
London Voices :
Choir
Terry Edwards :
Choir director
Ben Parry :
Choir director
Isobel Griffiths :
Orchestra contractor
Thomas Bowes :
Orchestra leader
Charlotte Matthews :
Assistant orchestra contractor

Session Recording:
Nov 20-23, 2012
Studio :
EMI Studios, Abbey Road


2.

The Hope

Written by Paul McCartney, Martin O'Donnell, Michael Salvatori

7:46 • Studio versionA

London Symphony Orchestra :
Orchestra
Sam Okell :
Second engineer
Peter Cobbin :
Recording engineer
Libera :
Boys choir
Mark McKenzie :
Music supervisor, Orchestrations
Jonty Barnes :
Producer
Dennis Sands :
Mixing engineer
Adam Olmsted :
Assistant mixing engineer
Robert Prizeman :
Director of libera boys choir
Tom Delgado-Little :
Boy soloist
Isaac London :
Boy soloist
London Voices :
Choir
Terry Edwards :
Choir director
Ben Parry :
Choir director
Isobel Griffiths :
Orchestra contractor
Thomas Bowes :
Orchestra leader
Charlotte Matthews :
Assistant orchestra contractor

Session Recording:
Nov 20-23, 2012
Studio :
EMI Studios, Abbey Road

About

From Wikipedia:

Music of the Spheres is an eight-part musical companion piece to Destiny, composed by Marty O’Donnell together with Michael Salvatori and Paul McCartney. Parts of the music were used to accompany a Destiny trailer at E3 2013, and in the official soundtrack. But following O’Donnell’s dismissal from and subsequent legal dispute with Bungie, Music of the Spheres remained unreleased. It was leaked to the Internet by unknown persons in December 2017. Bungie officially released the album on June 1, 2018.

From beatlesblogger, December 21, 2018:

There are two main McCartney contributions to The Music of Destiny. He shares a joint composing credit with Martin O’Donnell for the instrumental passages used throughout the game. This is called ‘Music of the Spheres’. Plus there was a new song recorded specifically for the game to accompany the extensive closing credits – much like those at the end of a movie. That song is called “Hope For the Future” and is produced by Giles Martin. The song was recorded at Abbey Road, and at Sir Paul’s own Hog Hill Mill studio in East Sussex, England.

The ‘Hope For The Future’ song (in a number of versions) was subsequently officially issued by McCartney himself as a 180 gram, 12″ vinyl extended single – this was way back in January 2015.

[About Christmas 2017] two fans took matters into their own hands and unofficially released their own compilation of the soundtrack to the video game. They also called this Music of the Spheres, and this was distributed on the web as a download.

Bungie finally came good with a limited physical vinyl box set released (we think – it’s a bit vague) in around June [2018], though this wasn’t widely publicised. […] The Music of Destiny – Volume 1 was briefly made available again for a few days [in December 2018] but is once more sold out…

From Bungie Store, August 2018:

Available on Vinyl for the first time, Bungie presents The Music of Destiny, Volume I

The Music of Destiny, Volume I is a Collector’s Edition Vinyl Box Set of the music of Destiny, including the first official release of Music of the Spheres. Each individually numbered box set includes six LPs, an exclusive booklet of liner notes and Official Destiny Collectible Pin keepsake.

In collaboration with the Bungie Foundation, all profits from the sale of the Collector’s Edition Vinyl Box Set will benefit Melodic Caring Project, a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that bridges the gap between music, technology and patients battling serious illness by streaming live personalized concerts to kids and teens in the hospital.

Orders will be fulfilled and shipped in late 2018, and all sales are final. Each purchase comes with a digital download of the music sent via email after placing the order.

Product Description:

Includes Music of the Spheres and Destiny Original Soundtrack tracks
6-LP box set features high-quality pressings by Gotta Groove Records
Each LP is inserted into a custom inner sleeve
Direct-to-board printed Gatefold Jackets house each of the LP’s in sets of two
Each heavyweight box is individually foil-stamped with a unique number
180-gram pressing
Includes exclusive Booklet and Collectible Traveler Pin

You will receive an email shortly after completing your purchase that will contain the download link to the digital music, which includes music in MP3 format, high-quality Apple Lossless, and FLAC formats for a superior audio experience.

NOTE: This is a pre-order item and is estimated to ship late 2018.

Last updated on November 29, 2020


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