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Miracle (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)

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Album Review

Trumpeter and composer Mark Isham rises to the occasion with his score for director Gavin O'Connor's Miracle. The film chronicles the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team's rousing victory over the supposedly superior (then) Soviet Union. Isham engages instantly with the anthemic "The Team," a spirited and memorable slice of Copland-esque Americana that echoes Randy Newman's score for The Natural, and lays the groundwork for what turns out to be a simplistic yet delightful piece of work. Too often composers overwrite their less complex subjects, causing an awkward juxtaposition between the visual and audio aspects of films that should have remained two-dimensional. That Isham succeeds without appearing either jaded or sentimental is a testament to his talents and obvious emotional investment in the film's characters. Like the film itself, Miracle the soundtrack is an underdog of sorts, and definitely worth rooting for.

Customer Reviews


Okay no need to say it, but i love this movie, and hockey in genral.But all the good songs on this album are not "single-song-buying-compatable" and i'm not going to pay 10 bucks to get the two songs I want. Especially when they are missing the best song in the world, so "Dream ON" ITUNES DROP THE PRICE ON THE ALBUM, AND GET TH REST OF THE SONGS!

Dream On, Miracle Soundtrack...

C'mon. iTunes needs to pay Aerosmith for the rights to the song. No, not the "Live" version. The fact that everyother Aerosmith song is there really ticks me off. This needs to read "Partial Album".


Although the soundtrack lacks Steven Tyler and the rest of Aerosmith it really fits in with the movie and gives justice to the twenty guys on the 1980 US olympic hockey team.It would totally not be a waste of money and time. The other songs make up for "Dream On" not being on the soundtrack.


Born: September 7, 1951 in New York, NY

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Trumpeter/synth programmer Mark Isham was not only an important part of the Windham Hill stable, but also a successful and versatile composer for film and television, garnering equal acclaim for both his new age and soundtrack work. Born September 7, 1951, to a musical family in New York, Isham began studying classical music (specifically trumpet, piano, and violin) as a child. His family later moved to San Francisco, where Isham played with several local orchestras. However, he was also interested...
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