Where Were You Soundtrack Released by Akubot Records

Companion EP for New Movie "Where Were You" by Out of Time Pictures
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Where Were You Original Soundtrack EP cover
Where Were You Original Soundtrack EP cover
BOSTON - Sept. 24, 2019 - PRLog -- Akubot Records and Out of Time Pictures are pleased to announce the release of the Where Were You Original Soundtrack. The music is included in the independent film Where Were You, which will be screened at the 2nd Annual Mystic Film Festival on Sunday, October 6 at 1pm in Mystic, Connecticut. "We are all very excited to be included in this project and hear the music in the movie," said Carl Paradise, who produced the compilation album for the new film and co-wrote two new songs. The EP is available online via Google Play Music, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify, Pandora, Shazam, 7Digital, and TIDAL. (Go to  https://akubot.com/music  for more info and store links.)

Remembering 9/11
The latest film by Writer/Director Rob Levinson is a dramatic story about one woman's fight for survival, and the challenge of a self-absorbed radio host to make a pivotal change – one which may cost him everything. What unravels in real time are the visceral reactions to events that unfolded within a New York minute.

Soundtrack EP Includes Music by Pride of Lions Featuring Toby Hitchcock
The soundtrack album contains five songs, including "Stand By You", performed by Pride of Lions and features lead vocals by Toby Hitchcock. Hitchcock co-wrote the song with Jim Peterik, the co-writer of the Grammy‑winning song "Eye of the Tiger" by the band Survivor. Peterik is also known for collaborating with many top‑tier musicians (including Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys) and the band 38 Special.

Other tracks include "Time Going Bye Bye" written by rocker Alex Hirsch, and two new songs ("Your Face" and "You're Still Here") by the songwriting team of Archie Brodsky, Carl Paradise, and Vicki Rowland. Boston area singer Tiffany White-Ells is the lead vocalist for those three tracks.

Rhode Island singer‑songwriter Lauren King wrote and performed "Stay On The Line" for the soundtrack, recorded at Lakewest Recording by Jack Gauthier.

The album was mastered at Peerless Mastering in Boston by the Grammy-nominated team of Jeff Lipton and Maria Rice (with assistant engineer Mike Mariani).

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