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Walt Disney Records: "TIMMY FAILURE: MISTAKES WERE MADE" music by Rolfe Kent

Walt Disney Records releases the Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made digital soundtrack, featuring score composed by Rolfe Kent, is now available here .  

Directed by award-winning filmmaker Tom McCarthy, Disney+’s “Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made,” based on the best-selling book of the same name, follows the hilarious exploits of our quirky, deadpan hero, Timmy Failure, who, along with his 1,500-pound polar bear partner Total, operates Total Failure Inc., a Portland detective agency.  The adventure debuts today exclusively on Disney+. Watch trailer:  [CLICK HERE]

About Rolfe Kent: Born in England into a non-musical family, Rolfe Kent intuitively felt at age 12 that he wanted to be a film composer, although his early musical training was brief and not so formal. Citing Maurice Jarre’s “Lawrence of Arabia” and Ennio Morricone’s “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” as inspirations, Kent took the advice of an early music teacher to avoid rigid course work that would dampen his enthusiasm. He followed an entirely different path and, taking counterpoint to what is often cited as culture mired in cynicism, profited from his early course work in theology to relate it to music.

After enrolling in psychology studies at the University of Leeds in Yorkshire, Kent’s musical career was casually begun at a dance club when the director of a play offered him a chance to do the music. His jump start was his composition for a stage musical, “Gross,” at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, a springboard for authors, composers and performers.

In the confines of his musically busy studio, one can immediately see why his musical personality is as distinct and his own. Constantly on the go, adventurous and curious, Kent has developed a style that is not only distinct but indicative of his aversion to the anticipated score in tone, texture and rhythm. The walls are lined with many familiar and many more unfamiliar instruments, gingerly handled and gleefully demonstrated for their sonic qualities.

Among his collection are the Indonesian percussion instrument the angklung; the shawm (first used in military maneuvers as a psychological weapon); the melodica, used for the light, soothing effect in Kent’s jazz-infused score for his Golden Globe®–nominated “Sideways”; and an instrument he discovered and cannot name that sounds like the world’s beaches at their most romantic high tide...combined.

Kent has the distinction of attracting and sustaining relationships with directors as popular and diverse as Alexander Payne, Mark Waters, Jason Reitman, Burr Steers and Richard Shepard.
Jeremy [Six Strings]

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