|Title:||Dolphins - soundtrack|
|Catalogue number:||186 810 057 2|
The Dolphins soundtrack, featuring songs and music by Sting was released by
Pangaea Records in April, 2000.|
The opening track is the track I Need You Like This Hole In My Head performed by Sting. The track is best described as a calypso influenced pop song. It is short - about 2:40. The rest of the songs are instrumentals and a few tracks from Brand New Day (Ghost Story and Fill Her Up).
The Dolphins film score was composed by Steve Wood, who has written fourteen film scores for MacGillivray Freeman Films' giant screen productions. Wood's credits include Everest and The Living Sea.
Wood combined his original compositions with Sting's to create a film score that features the music and musicians of the film's two principal locations. The smooth, friendly-sounding percussion of the Caribbean Islands blend well with the passionate, lively tones of Argentina. Wood and partner Daniel May even transform Every Breath You Take into a dusky dolphin tango with country star John Berry on vocals during one of the film's more amorous scenes.