The Hundred-Foot Journey Soundtrack List (2014) – Complete tracklist, movie score details, the entire OST playlist, all songs played in the movie and in the trailer and who sings them.
Have a look below to see the official score list for the 2014 drama movie, The Hundred-Foot Journey.
Film’s original score composed by A.R. Rahman
Score album tracklist:
1. Hassan Learns French Cooking
2. The Village of Saint Antonin
Margueritte goes to the market where she meets Hassan.
3. New Beginnings
4. Vintage Recipe
The Kadams pushing their car after the accident that brings them to St. Antoin. Buying the restaurant.
5. Mr. Kadam
6. The Clash
Scenes with rivalry between Mr. Kadam and Madame Mallory’s restaurants.
7. Destiny, Fire, War
Jean Pierre’s people set Maison Mumbai on fire. Madame Mallory makes peace and cleans their wall.
8. The Gift
9. You Complete Me
Hassan studing at night and trying to make the 5 sauces.
10. Alone in Paris
11. India Calling
Opening night at Maison Mumbai; the Kadams are in front of the restaurant, dressed in Indian clothes, advertising.
13. End Credits Suite
14. My Mind Is a Stranger Without You – Solange Merdinian
15. A La Hassan de Paris
16. Afreen – Nakash Aziz
The Kadams start working on the restaurant before opening up. Putting up the name of the restaurant. End Credits.
Additional film music – songs that are not included in the official soundtrack list,
but are playing in the movie.
1. Bahon Mein Teri – Lata Mangeshkar and Mohd Rafi
2. Sar Se Sarke – Lata Mangeshkar and Kishor Kumar
3. Din Maheene Saal Gujarte – Lata Mangeshkar & Kishor Kumar
End of the opening night at Maison Mumbai. The Kadam family serving a lot of people.
4. Mozart String Quartet No 16 in E Flat Major, KV 428 – Joanna Maurer, Suzanne Ornstein, Shmuel Katz
5. Café D’Étoile – Gil Goldstein, Peter Calo and Zev Katz
6. La Marseillaise – the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
7. Fly A Kite
Hassan and Madame Mallory cook an omlette together.
8. La Vie En Rose – Madeleine Peyroux
9. Red Carpet – Figure and Groove
10. L’Amour des Vieux – Gil Goldstein, Peter Calo and Zev Katz
11. Yesterday When I Was Young – Charles Aznavour
Mr. Kadam and Madame Malory dance together in her restaurant.
The Hundred-Foot Journey Soundtrack (Score) release date: August 12, 2014
The Hundred-Foot Journey Movie release date: August 8, 2014
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SOUNDTRACK REVIEW: THE HUNDRED FOOT JOURNEY
MUSIC: AR RAHMAN
Dual Academy Award winner AR Rahman collaborates with Matt Dunkley and Geoff Foster in his latest Hollywood outing after the melodious soundtrack of ‘Million Dollar Arm.’ Packed with 16 interesting tracks, this is a must have for lovers of World Music. Here is a peek into what he have on hand:
1. A La Hassan De Paris, 04:05 – A techno-pop instrumental tribute to one of the highlight numbers of the soundtrack. Its style follows what we heard in ‘Oscar Sangamam’ with Hans Zimmer earlier. When the chorus of ‘O Afreen Ho’ begins, one can’t help but sing along.
2. The Village of Saint Antonin, 04:02 – Takes a cue from ‘Tere Bina Sajna’ which features later in soothing piano and light orchestra.
3. The Gift, 03:08 – The score picks up some pace with a subtle ‘Tere Bina Sajna’ on piano. The second half of the track adds violin to make a good listen.
4. Mr. Kadam, 1:55 – Om Puri’s theme is a blend of flute and light orchestra in the first half. The final 45 seconds apply semi-paced sitar to make it sound cheeky.
5. Vintage Recipe, 02:06 – Instrumentation comes right out of an ancient Maharaja’s palace. Authentic pieces of sitar and light tabla get merged with violins.
6. New Beginnings, 4:40 – A piece that starts with light western instruments and slowly speeds up as sarangi, tabla and drums get added. The ending is bit is bound to raise goosebumps in cinema.
7. India Calling, 4:34 – This is where you get flutes and soothing female alaap if you were wondering why that has not happened in an AR Rahman soundtrack yet.
8. My Mind is a Stranger Without You, 04:18 – A wonderful track that features Argentinian singer Solange Meridinian and AR Rahman. Before you know it, you will be swaying to guitars and humming ‘Tere Bina Sajna.’
9. Reunion, 1:25 – A short but glorious ghattam, sitar, tabla and orchestra tribute to ‘Tere Bina Sajna.’
10. The Clash, 1:44 – Drums, sitar, tabla and violins work in medium-paced jugalbandi to depict conflict.
11. End Credits Suite, 2:36 – A piece that summarizes how western instruments sound great with Indian beats around.
12. Destiny, Fire, War, 5:40 – This one is a masterpiece that merges painful alaap which sounds like the background score of ‘Ghajini’ with a host of Indian and western instruments. The track changes pace and mood at several points and the end bit reminds us of ‘War Theme’ from ‘Bose – The Forgotten Hero.’
13. Hassan Learns French Cooking, 06:10 – What an amazing jugalbandi of western orchestra and Indian instruments. This track has several themes playing in wonderful synch, you have to hear it to enjoy
14. You Complete Me, 04:39 – A slow piano and orchestra tribute to the theme track of the film. AR Rahman makes a graceful cameo with the lyrics of ‘Tere Bina Sajna.’
15. Alone in Paris, 03:11 – Flute, sitar and light alaap beautify a sad piece. Vocals in the final 30 seconds are bound to raise emotions if presented well in cinema.
16. Afreen, 04:05 – Nakash Aziz leads KMMC Sufi Esemble and AR Rahman in a peppy track written by none other than Gulzar. The chorus and punjabi-sufi mix will make most listeners sing ‘O Afreen Ho’ in no time.
AR Rahman makes a wonderful shift away from the Bollywood dominated style from ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ and ‘Million Dollar Arm’ to come up with his first comprehensive Hollywood score. The Academy Award Panel for Best Original Score and Best Original Song will have their heads spinning after hearing so much excellent music from Rahman within a span of a few months. ‘The Hundred Foot Journey’ is a musical winner by all standards.
With music of the Tamil/Telugu mega-musical ‘Kaaviya Thalaivan’ / ‘Kalakaarudu’ releasing on 18 August to mark Krishnastami, music lovers are bound to dance to AR Rahman’s beats for a long time.