Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) Records has announced pre-orders for the two new albums for the Pixar animated movie “Soul” which will debut on Disney+ on December 25. One of the albums features music and inspired Soul while the other includes the score.
Walt Disney Records releases Soul soundtrack albums
The digital Soul Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Pixar’s Music From and Inspired by Soul vinyl album Soul Original Score vinyl album will launch on December 18. Soul has been set in two different worlds the ethereal cosmic dominions of The Great Before and gritty New York City. Therefore this called for two music styles that help in defining each distinct world. The original jazz compositions and arrangements for the movie were by GRAMY® award nominee and renowned musician Jon Batiste. The original score is a creation of Oscar® winners Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor to enable drifting between the soul and real worlds.
Interestingly the digital Soul Original Motion Picture Soundtrack features around 42 jazz and score tracks. Jon Batiste’s Music From and Inspired By Soul vinyl album features 22 tracks including Batiste’s cover of the Curtis Mayfield classic, “it’s All Right”. On the other hand, Ross and Reznor’s Soul Original Score vinyl album features 23 tracks.
Walt Disney unveils “Safety” film and soundtrack featuring Marcus Miller
Besides “Soul” Walt Disney also released another Disney+ Original film “Safety” and accompanying the release is the safety Soundtrack by Walt Disney Records. Fans can access the Safety Original Soundtrack on various digital platforms.
“Safety” is a film inspired by former Clemson University football safety Ray McElrathbey’s empowering story. It is a story of a young man facing different challenges but his persistence and dedication prove to be vital in helping him triumph over adversaries. With the help of the Clemson community and teammates, the young man finally succeeds.
The album features a score composed by Marcus Miller which includes “Hold Us Together” performed by songwriter/singer H.E.R. written in collaboration with Dernst “D’Mile” Emile II and Josiah Bassey. “Safety” is currently streaming on Disney+.