Somewhere out there。 Somewhere Out There (Our Lady Peace song)

Somewhere Out There (Our Lady Peace song)

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Somewhere Out There - Nominated Media [ ] Home media [ ] In 1987, An American Tail was first released on , and later on in both regular and play editions in November 1991 by in North America, and internationally. Told from the perspective of an adorable young mouse, An American Tail should engage kids in an important part of U. Since beginning his career in 1973, Ingram has charted eight U. At the time of its domestic release, it became the for an initial release and the highest-grossing non-Disney produced animated feature. After viewing The Rescuers, Spielberg agreed. Countering Papa's dreamy idealism, she is a level-headed pragmatist, besides being stricter with their offspring than he is. An American Tail: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack by Various Artists Released November 21, 1986, February 11, 2019 expansion Soundtrack Length 49: 04 original release 78:28 2019 expansion 1986 2013 2019 Music of Films chronology 1982 An American Tail: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack 1986 1988 from An American Tail: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack• An ambulance-chasing drunkard, he takes advantage of voters' concerns to increase his political prestige. only to face the "Giant Mouse of Minsk". According to Honest John, Warren is extorting them all for protection that he never provides. The strength and the encouragement from his new American friends from Henri to Tony and Bridget give him the fortitude to reach his goal in reuniting with his family while starting a new life in America. Main article: The film gave rise to a number of follow-up media of which Don Bluth had no direct involvement. "" — songwriter 1973• In the spring of 1987, singer performed, in the words of music critic of , "a stunning rendition" of the song at for her three-week concert engagement at the historic music venue. No one knows what to do about it, until Fievel whispers a plan to Gussie. Many critics praised the single, but some also criticized it for being "too mainstream", saying that the artistic uniqueness that Our Lady Peace possessed in former albums was absent here. June 26, 2002. At the Academy Awards ceremony, Natalie Cole performed the song live with James Ingram. Ingram co-written "The Day I Fall In Love" for rock musician Patty Smyth , from the motion picture …. However, Fievel floats to New York City in a bottle and, after a pep talk from a French pigeon named Henri, embarks on a quest to find his family. The film features the voices of , , Amy Green, , , and. Fievel Goes West Tanya Mousekewitz also sings this song when she gets older, and is shown singing it out a window at the beginning of the film. Somewhere Out There- sung by Fievel and Tanya Betsy Cathcart 2:46• Conniving and a schemer, he misleads the gullible Fievel at one point. "" — songwriter 1968• Four year old Kaitlyn Maher once sung the song on an episode of America's Got Talent. Somewhere Out There Import CD single. The film was released in the United States on November 21, 1986, by. Linda Ronstadt and the late James Ingram also recorded a pop version of the song that was very popular when the film came out, peaking at 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in March 1987 and 4 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. "The Storm" 3:59• When a gang of them called the Mott Street Maulers attacks a mouse marketplace, the immigrant mice learn that the tales of a cat-free country are not true. , — vocals• CS1 maint: others• Casting [ ] Bluth described the process of voice casting as "sometimes you can select a 'name' voice [i. Conversely, Rita Kempley of called it "a bright-eyed tale of Jewish triumphs that will find a place in many young hearts", adding that "it reiterates the happiness of homogeneity, prepares the pups for both brotherhood and the free enterprise system. "" — songwriter 1981• Theme [ ] The lyrics convey the love felt by two people separated by vast distances, but cheered by the belief that their love will eventually reunite them to be with each other once again. Plot [ ] In 1885 , the Mousekewitzes, a family of mice who live with a human family named Moskowitz, are having a celebration of where Papa gives his hat to his 5-year-old son, Fievel, and tells him about the United States, a country where there are no cats. DeLuise Tiger had worked previously with Bluth in , and DeLuise even added material to the script at various points. However, he gets lost and must find a way to reunite with them. In December 2012, former Scrubs stars and real life best friends Zach Braff and Donald Faison sang a rendition of the song for their fans. They both look out the windows, in the same manner as Fievel and Tanya in it. The song also appeared in the compilation , plus the end credits of the , and an episode of. Other times, you need to seek an obscure voice, close your eyes, and just listen to it. Suddenly scenes had to be dropped to save time and money and new, shorter scenes had to be created to help pick up the story points lost in the process, sometimes making the story line look jumbled. I think she and Aaron [Neville] were together at the same time on ',' but certainly she and James Ingram on 'Somewhere Out There' were not. It shows the band performing for fans on a rounded stage lit up in a very dark studio. CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown• The character was named after his maternal grandfather, Philip Posner, whose Yiddish name was Fievel. With the agreement of his employees, salaries were frozen for a year and half. Archived from on June 30, 2016. Glasser Fievel was discovered by accident when Bluth and his crew overheard him auditioning for an commercial. A suspiciously similar song, "Fur Fur Away", appears in the Tiny Toon Adventures episode "Starting From Scratch", which is an homage to An American Tail. " The Sun-Sentinel had other praises: "Laced with action scenes and peppered with amusing dialogue, the film moves along briskly. It was later released digitally by on February 5, 2013. , a well-known actor] because it fits the essence of the character so well. - vocals track 9• Kind, passionate yet soft-spoken, she acts as a surrogate big sister to Fievel. Horner and Mann composed the music, while Weil wrote the lyrics. A huge mechanical mouse, inspired by the tales Papa told Fievel of the "Giant Mouse of Minsk", chases Warren and his gang down the pier and into the water. "" 2:44 — Chorus• In , the Mousekewitzes board a tramp steamer headed for. It was released in April 2002 as the lead single from their fifth studio album,. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. All the mice aboard are ecstatic at the prospect of going to America as there are "no cats" there. Thinking that he has died, they proceed to the city as planned, though they become devastated at his loss. The family actually uses this as a means of getting food, and Tanya is teased by Fievel about it. He knew it would be difficult, but felt it was worth the sacrifice to work with Spielberg on a major project. The inexpensive success of The Great Mouse Detective played a large role in the "Disney Renaissance", due to the fact that it was both a critical and financial success, which saved Walt Disney Animation Studios from going bankrupt after had flopped at the box office a year earlier. "" — songwriter 2008• A version was first made available on January 20, 2004, by , which was presented in aspect ratio only, and contained a number of changes from earlier versions, including re-dubbing certain character's voices in the Orphan Alley scene, the addition of new voices where there was previously no dialog, and new "humorous" sound effects. Somewhere out beneath the pale moonlight Someone's of me and me tonight Somewhere out someone's a prayer That we'll find one in that somewhere out there And even I know how very far we are It to we be wishin' on the same star And when the wind to sing a lullaby It to we're underneath the same big sky Somewhere out there, if love can see us through Then we'll be somewhere out there Out dreams come true And even I know how very far we are It to we be wishin' on the same star And when the wind to sing a lullaby It to we're underneath the same big sky Somewhere out there, if love can see us through Then we'll be somewhere out there Out dreams come true James Ingram born February 16, 1956 is an American singer, record producer, and instrumentalist. And so, we felt very free in writing the songs for this movie because we thought no one would be listening. "Bob called me in Toronto the night before Christmas and asked if I had any other song ideas that we should consider before we headed back to to finish the album in January," he explained. One lonely night, Fievel Phillip Glasser and his sister Tanya Betsy Cathcart , separated by a long distance, sing "Somewhere Out There" in the hopes of reuniting. About Somewhere Out There "Somewhere Out There" is a song released by MCA Records and recorded by American singers Linda Ronstadt and James Ingram for the soundtrack of the animated film An American Tail 1986. And it's as pretty as a cascade of soap bubbles. There the disguised Warren attempts to extort the mice again to surrender Fievel and their money in exchange for their safety, but when Tony removes Warren's disguise in front of the mice with the aid of a slingshot, they defiantly refuse. "The Great Fire" 2:54• Called "", it was composed by Horner and with lyrics by , won a , and became one of the most popular songs from an animated feature since the 1950s. It was the most successful single from the album, reaching number 44 on the US and peaking inside the top 40 on five other Billboard charts. net" retrieved from the — 2002. She based his voice on a friend she knew from grade school. as Tiger, the most physically-imposing member of the Mott Street Maulers, whom he serves as an enforcer. Archived from the original on July 7, 2003. Cast [ ]• "Never Say Never" 2:25 — sung by Fievel, Henri, and the chorus of female pigeons• "" — songwriter 1965• The film spawned a that included a sequel, 1991 ; a TV series, 1992 ; and two additional sequels, 1998 and 1999. Billen, Andrew December 2, 2003. The song is mislabeled as such in some search engines, lyric websites, and P2P file-sharing programs. The Market Place 3:06• performs a solo version of the song, to the music of Linda Ronstadt's version, on. In the movie, a family of mice from the Ukraine immigrates to the United States, but loses young Fievel along the way. The song was written by James Horner, Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, and produced by Peter Asher and Steve Tyrell. Leader of the Mott Street Maulers, an all-cat gang which terrorizes the mice of New York City. However, a pile of leaking cans has caused remnants of the fire Warren had started to ignite the entire pier, and the mice are forced to flee when the human arrives to extinguish it. Locations• "" — songwriter 1971• Disney began to include songs like this with The Little Mermaid, and continues to utilize the trope to the present day. "" — songwriter 2002• She also has a fear of flying. from the original on April 4, 2012. The scene in which he presses up against a window to look into a classroom filled with American "school mice" is based on a story Spielberg remembered about his grandfather, who told him that Jews were only able to listen to lessons through open windows while sitting outside in the snow. Weil spoke of the experience during a 2014 interview on The Paul Leslie Hour: "At that time, which was the mid-'80s, animation was kind of dead. "Releasing the Secret Weapon" 3:38• The fourth version, released in 2003 as part of the promotion for , contains the live version of "Bring Back the Sun" from that album Columbia 79943. This is also Steve Mazur's first appearance in the band since former lead guitarist left to form. Fievel was the same name of Steven Spielberg's grandfather, whose stories as an immigrant influenced the movie. Still, the superb animation makes you believe Fievel is a small boy lost in a big world. Soundtrack version Linda Ronstadt: Somewhere out there Beneath the pale moonlight Someone's thinking of me And loving me tonight James Ingram: Somewhere out there Someone's saying a prayer That we'll find one another In that big somewhere out there And even though I know how very Far apart we are It helps to think we might be wishing On the same bright star Linda Ronstadt: And when the night wind starts to sing A lonesome lullaby It helps to think we're sleeping Underneath the same big sky Both: Somewhere out there If love can see us through Then we'll be together Somewhere out there Out where dreams Come true. In his own review for the , Roger Ebert gave it two stars out of four, giving credit to the animation, calling it "full and detailed, enhanced by computers and an improvement on so much recent animation that cuts corners," but that the story was too "dark and gloomy. He is a two-time Grammy Award-winner and a two-time Academy Award nominee for Best Original Song. "Somewhere Out There" was the ninth-most played song on radio in Canada in 2002. instrumental break James Ingram: And even though I know how very Far apart we are It helps to think we might be wishing On the same bright star Linda Ronstadt: And when the night wind starts to sing A lonesome lullaby It helps to think we're sleeping Underneath the same big sky Both: Somewhere out there Linda Ronstadt: If love can see us through James Ingram: Love can see us through Linda Ronstadt: Then we'll be Both: Together Somewhere out there Out where dreams Come true. The song is one of Our Lady Peace's most successful singles to date, having been very popular both in Canada and the United States. Kahn was chosen to play the part of Gussie Mausheimer with the hopes that she would use a voice similar to the one she used as a character in '. Notable cuts include the Mousekewitzes' journey across Europe, a scene in which they first meet Tiger and he gets stuck up in a tree, an upbeat song that Fievel was planned to sing while imprisoned in the sweatshop, and a scene that gave greater explanation of the changing of names at. Peaking at the number 1 spot during that same week was "" by. In the SpongeBob SquarePants episode, "Welcome to the Chum Bucket", SpongeBob and Mr. In the main body of the film, the fictional characters singing the song, Fievel and Tanya Mousekewitz, are brother and sister, and the love they share is described as general. Animation [ ] Bluth preferred to storyboard an entire picture, but it soon proved to be an enormous task. Songs• On August 11, 1998, both the film and its sequel An American Tail: Fievel Goes West were digitally restored and re-released onto VHS in a 2-pack box set with both videos having clamshell cases. Singles [ ] Four versions of the single were released. However, many English-speaking writers have come to adopt the spelling Fievel with reversed i and first e especially for this character; it was this spelling that was used on the film's poster, in promotional materials and tie-in merchandise, and in the title of the sequel. The Rumble 1:56• Initially Bluth and his team were disappointed with the first score recording, but once edited, they found the music worked quite well. — lead guitar inc. "" — songwriter 2003• Also, the songwriters had written the score much later than originally desired. [ ] Personnel [ ]• It was filmed in New York City and features Ronstadt and Ingram, in two separate rooms, sitting at their desks while drawing and coloring scenes from the film. Wells Christie - synth programming• It was released in on for the first time on March 4, 2014, which included a digital and copy. In a subplot, He falls in love with Bridget. "" — songwriter 1992• In January 1987 "Somewhere Out There" returned Ronstadt to the Top 40 after a four year absence to eventually peak at 2 that March. — bass track 9• Spielberg eventually won out, though something of a compromise was reached by having Tony refer to Fievel as "Filly. and sang the song during the first season of. 1 in 1990, his first as a solo artist. "Reunited" 4:44• Stars of David: rock'n'roll's Jewish stories. In the main body of the film, "Somewhere Out There" was performed by Phillip Glasser and Betsy Cathcart in the characters of the anthropomorphic mice Fievel and Tanya Mousekewitz. Contents• However, he can't help Fievel search for his family, as they have not yet registered to vote. Furious, Warren then sets fire to the pier's entrance in an attempt to burn the mice alive, until Gussie finally orders the mice to release the secret weapon. "" — 2003• They could videotape an action, then print out small black and white thermal images from the tape for reference for both human and animal characters, a shorthand method similar to the technique called in fact used since the earliest days of animation, in which sequences are shot in live action and traced onto animation cels. Papa and Tanya overhear Bridget and Tony calling out to Fievel, but Papa is sure that there may be another "Fievel" somewhere, until Mama finds his hat. "" — songwriter 1961• They soon discover, capture and imprison Fievel, but his guard is a reluctant member of the gang; a goofy, soft-hearted long-haired orange tabby cat named Tiger, who befriends and frees him. In one of Our Lady Peace's most recent albums, A Decade, which includes many of Our Lady Peace's greatest hits, "Somewhere Out There" is featured. Never Say Never - Fievel, Henri, and the chorus of female pigeons 2:28• from the original on February 2, 2018. Her parents were slain and devoured by the Mott Street Maulers, making her an advocate in speaking out against the cats. The Mousekewitz family would also be parodied, somewhat, as a family of Italian-American fleas in a few episodes of , also produced by Steven Spielberg. " Bluth later commented that "Steven has not dominated the creative growth of Tail at all. A tramp steamer bound for Hong Kong picks them up on its anchor and carries them away. Somewhere Out There- Sung by and 4:04• His last name is a play on the Jewish-Russian last name "Moskowitz", the name of the human occupants of the house his family is living under in the beginning of the film. Spielberg had asked Bluth to "make me something pretty like you did in. The record for highest-grossing animated feature would be beaten by and the record for highest-grossing non-Disney produced animated feature would be beaten by. Building The Mouse Of Minsk 2:52• The main protagonist, He is the five-year old only son of Papa and Mama Mousekawitz. At this time, Bluth and his crew discovered that using a greatly increased their productivity. This scene could be seen as the more light-hearted and fun sequel distancing itself from its dark and emotional predecessor, though it would later feature a somewhat similar James Horner song, "". "The Market Place" 3:02• The production buckled under the excessive oversight, and Bluth felt that he was losing freedom of control over the production process. Cathianne Blore as Bridget, an attractive, elegant Irish-born mouse and Tony's significant other. The video was officially released on May 22, 2002. Green Tanya Mousekewitz was a young actress who had done some previous television series work and several commercials. The song was kept from the top spot by "Jacob's Ladder" by Huey Lewis and the News. After he completed , composed the score for the film, which was recorded in England and performed by and the. Angry that he has let Fievel escape, Warren promptly him which he is more than happy to accept, as he never liked Warren or his cacophonous violin playing. Their cover appears on the official soundtrack release for the show. It was also nominated for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, but lost to the Dirty Dancing hit ". " A large crew of animators was pulled together from around the world, utilizing cel painters in Ireland. Fievel's Escape 3:17• Its success, along with that of fellow Bluth film and Disney's both 1988 , and Bluth's departure from their partnership, prompted executive producer to establish his own animation studio, , in London, England. Steven would get very excited by what he saw, and we'd edit the boards right there. — guitar, , track 9• He enjoys card games like and and sings Bass and Baritone from D2 or E2 to F4 or G4, despite being terrible at them. as Honest John, a local Irish-born mouse politician who knows every voting mouse in New York City. At the 30th Grammy Awards, the song won two awards, one for Song of the Year and the other for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television. The song "Somewhere Out There" written by James Horner received a number of accolades during the 1987—1988 award season, including for "Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television" and "Song of the Year", as well as "Most Performed Song from a Motion Picture" from both the and. However, in the end title pop version of it, the love is described as more romantic. as Papa Mousekewitz, the head of the Mousekewitz family who plays the violin and tells stories to his children. Production difficulties [ ] During production, Amblin and Universal expected to view the dailies and approve all major work on the film, and various outside parties also requested changes here and there. Cuts are also responsible for baby Yasha's apparent disappearance after the boat trip. In and , where the single was commercially released on September 9, 2002 Columbia 672965 2 , three live bonus tracks, "", "Whatever", and "" were included. There Are No Cats In America - Papa Mousekewitz, and an Italian and Irish mouse, and the Chorus 3:03• "Somewhere Out There" was responsible for popularizing the "", or the slow, emotional ballads that accompanied many animated and some live action movies throughout the rest of the 1980's and through the 1990's. "The phone call propelled me to write seven new songs during the ten days we had off at Christmas. Because of this, the Moskowitz home, along with that of the Mousekewitzes, is destroyed. Later on, he gets his comeuppance when Fievel discovers and later exposes him as a cat to the Mouse community. It reached number eight in the United Kingdom, number six in Ireland, and number two in both the United States and Canada. Background [ ] , the film's producer, invited songwriters Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil to collaborate with James Horner on four songs for its soundtrack, to be completed in a four-week timeframe. When the initial script was complete, it was extremely long and was heavily edited before its final release.。 。 。

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