Brother Bear (soundtrack)

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Brother Bear: An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack
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Soundtrack album by
ReleasedOctober 21, 2003
Recorded2002-March 2003
StudioFirehouse Studios (Passdena, CA); Signet Sound Studios (Los Angeles, CA); Capitol Studios (Hollywood, CA); Conway Recording Studios (Hollywood, CA); Piety Street Recording (New Orleans, LA); Todd-AO Scoring Stage (Paradise Sounds, FL); Studio Academia; Greenwood Studios (Nunningen, Switzerland); Bulgarian National Radio.
Genre Soundtrack
Label Walt Disney Records
Producer Phil Collins
Mark Mancina
Rob Cavallo
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Singles from Brother Bear: An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack
  1. "Look Through My Eyes"
    Released: October 13, 2003
  2. "No Way Out"
    Released: March 22, 2004

Brother Bear: An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack is the soundtrack to Disney's 2003 animated feature film Brother Bear . It contains the film's music composed by Mark Mancina and Phil Collins, as well as songs written by Collins, and performed by Tina Turner, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Oren Waters, The Bulgarian Women's Choir, and even Collins himself. Much of the soundtrack in the film consists of the songs performed by Collins as a montage, much like what was done with the earlier Disney soundtrack to film Tarzan , but not entirely. The album was released on October 21, 2003 by Walt Disney Records.


Although not released as a single, "On My Way" was featured prominently in commercials for the film. [1] The song is about going off to new places with new friends, and Collins sings it during a montage when Kenai befriends Koda. The number is also sometimes listed as "Send Me on My Way". [2]

Track listing

All music is composed by Mark Mancina and Phil Collins; all songs written by Collins.

1."Look Through My Eyes" Phil Collins 4:01
2."Great Spirits" Tina Turner 3:23
4."No Way Out (Theme from Brother Bear)"Collins4:18
5."Transformation"The Bulgarian Women's Choir2:29
6."On My Way"Collins3:40
7."Welcome" The Blind Boys of Alabama and Collins3:14
8."No Way Out (Theme from Brother Bear)"Collins2:37
10."Three Brothers" Mark Mancina and Collins6:44
11."Awakes as a Bear"Mancina and Collins6:48
12."Wilderness of Danger and Beauty"Mancina and Collins5:32
Total length:48:50
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13."Great Spirits"Collins4:47

"Welcome" was also featured as the theme for Walt Disney's Parade of Dreams at Disneyland.



2003U.S. Billboard 20052
2003U.S. Billboard Soundtracks2 [3]


2003"Look Through My Eyes"Phil CollinsAdult Contemporary5


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  1. Billboard (22 November 2003). Vol. 115 (n° 47): p. 22. "Other songs he sings are 'Look Through My Eyes' (the soundtrack's first single), 'No Way Out' (the theme to Brother Bear) and 'On My Way,' which is featured prominently in commercials for the film."
  2. Thomas S. Hischak, Mark A. Robinson. The Disney Song Encyclopedia (2009). p. 146. "'On My Way' is the rhythmic folk-rock number Phil Collins wrote for the animated movie Brother Bear (2003). Collins sings the throbbing song, about going off to new places with new friends, during a montage when the human-turned-bear Kenai befriends the rambunctious bear cub Koda. The number is sometimes listed as 'Send Me on My Way'...."