George S. Clinton scores Mike Myers’ The Love Guru
Posted on May 24, 2008 by Dan Goldwasser
Recently, the score to the new Mike Myers comedy The Love Guru was recorded at the Eastwood Scoring Stage at Warner Brothers, in Burbank, CA. Composed by George S. Clinton (Austin Powers), the score featured an 80-piece orchestra, and it made sure to take advantage of that size.
George S. Clinton conducts the Hollywood Studio Symphony
The cello section
Percussionists Peter Limonick, Danny Greco and Bob Zimmitti
Conducting the Hollywood Studio Symphony himself, Clinton’s score is melodic and playful, but also plays it seriously – especially during the comedic parts. Orchestrators Suzie Katayama and Rick Giovinazzo were in the booth to provide feedback, along with scoring mixer Steve Kempster and music editor Mike Flicker. Fellow music editor Matt Friedman was on the stage running the click-track.
Orchestrators Rick Giovinazzo and Suzie Katayama
Composer George S. Clinton and scoring mixer Steve Kempster
Music Supervisor John Houlihan, music editor Mike Flicker and ProTools recordist Larry Mah
The Love Guru will be released by Paramount Pictures on June 20, 2008.
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