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Daniel Pemberton's The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
9-Aug-2015 - WaterTower Music has released the soundtrack to director Guy Ritchie’s action adventure The Man From U.N.C.L.E. It features original music composed by BAFTA-nominated composer Daniel Pemberton (LittleBigPlanet, The Movies, The Counselor), who took inspiration from Richie’s unique and inimitable style. With the film being set during the Cold War, Pemberton was allowed to musically explore the period while adding contemporary elements from around the world. The composer describes the score as a “kaleidoscope of international color,” with the sounds of cimbaloms, flutes, guitars, bongos, and more incorporated into the music. “Writing a score set in the 1960s was a dream come true for me. There is a boldness to the way music was written and recorded in this era that allowed me to go all in in a way that you can’t get away with in most contemporary films,” explains Pemberton.

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