"The Book of Life (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)" is the soundtrack from the movie The Book of Life. It includes some original songs, as well as adaptations of some other popular pop songs. "No Matter Where You Are", Us The Duo, 4. "I Love You Too "The Ecstasy of Gold", Gustavo Santaolalla, The Apology Song is the second and fifteenth song from The Book of Life ( Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). There are two complete version of the song. The Apology Song Lyrics by Paul Williams Music by Gustavo Santaolalla Performed by La Santa Cecilia Courtesy of Universal Music Latino under license from.
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"The Book of Life" soundtrack features score music by Gustavo Santaolalla as well as an eclectic . No Matter Where You Are (Behind The Scenes) I wonder what it would take to get Diego Luna to do a full version of "Creep". son loves singing along, especially to I love you too much and the end song I won't let you go. (The Book of Life soundtrack is out now digitally and on CD Oct. ) He croons the ballad I Love You Too Much to Maria to express his undying the fabric of the music of the whole film," says the Argentine-born Santaolalla. Live Life – Jesse & Joy 2. The Apology Song – La Santa Cecilia 3. No Matter Where You Are – Us The Duo 4. I Love You Too Much – Diego.
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Diego Luna not only voices the young Manolo in director Jorge R. Gutierrez's movie The Book of Life but also sings a pair of memorable songs by a couple of greats in the music business: Oscar-winning composer Gustavo Santaolalla and songwriter Paul Williams. Santaolalla and Williams were already starting to work on an upcoming musical version of Guillermo Del Toro's big-screen fantasy fairy tale Pan's Labyrinth — Del Toro is also an executive producer on Book of Life — when they collaborated on Manolo's songs.
He croons the ballad I Love You Too Much to Maria to express his undying devotion to the girl caught between two friends, and The Apology Song is what Manolo plays in the Land of the Forgotten when he has to go face-to-face with the collective spirit of every bull to die in the ring.
He also connected with Manolo's journey: Like Manolo's family in the movie, his own family wasn't always happy with his desire to be a musician.
But The Apology Song was an "amazing opportunity" for Williams — who recently co-wrote the self-help book Gratitude and Trust — because it reflected The Book of Life' s themes of redemption and finding oneself. It's an amazing little story about our little hero who refuses to kill," he says.
Gutierrez recalls hearing it for the first time at just the right moment, driving home from work after a rough day working on the film. We were so, so moved by it.
And then our 5-year-old saw us crying and he started crying. It was a whole family in tears of joy.
The filmmaker told the songwriter that Williams' cult movie Phantom of the Paradise was one of his favorite films, "and he just laughed. I'm not sure he's used to hearing that.
Actually, Williams is getting more used to it — the movie was key to him befriending Del Toro and then Santaolalla, but also electronic music hitmakers Daft Punk.