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My All American Soundtrack CD. My All American Soundtrack

 Rating:
4.3/5 (23 votes)

My All American lyrics

Soundtrack for Movie, 2015

Arkansas Razorbacks Fight Song Medley (Instrumental)

The Razorback Marching Band 

Cadence #1

The University of Texas Longhorn Band 

Earthquake

The 13th Floor Elevators 

Full Cadence Run

The University of Texas Longhorn Band 

Funny How Time Slips Away

Billy Walker 

Go Team Go

Jeremy Sweet 

Happy Together

Alan Gordon and Garry Bonner 

I've Got A Tiger By The Tail

Buck Owens 

Pony Time

Don Covay 

Remo Warrior

Stix Randolph 

She's About A Mover

Sir Douglas Quintet 

Sweet Pea

Tommy Roe 

Texas Fight

The University of Texas Longhorn Band 

Texas Texas Yeehaw

The University of Texas Longhorn Band 

Time Won't Let Me

The Outsiders 

Wooly Bully

Sam The Sham 

November, 09th 2016

My All American album description:

An inspiring movie for those who rotates in sports and in general who admires stories about strong people who prevails various difficulties (and even serious physical injuries) to reach what they are strive for. Especially for those who like American football and everything connected with it. For those who is inspired by these life stories, especially if they are played through the prism of many characters that are very vital, serious and focused on success.
The average difference between the age of the film, which was released in 2015 and songs collected in its soundtrack here is about 50 years. Many of the songs came out in the 1960s (for example, Pony Time) and latter is hard to find in the gathering (but you can and Texas Fight is an example of finding). Bright personalities, such as Buck Owens or Billy Walker – those people who are liked by many. Not only individuals, but by whole generations of Americans who take them as preachers of new directions or of very high-quality sound. Wooly Bully – one of songs-riddles here. In the picture, dressed like Oriental Sheikhs (or rather a parody of them), people that play on various musical instruments with the background of some studio, which decorated like an oasis in the desert with a girl, standing like a statue. Melody is so-so interesting, but even if you compare their visual creativity with the usual rock song You Don't Understand Me by Roxette (clip on which was filmed in the real desert), you can immediately see where the studio is with little sand, and where is real desert with real palm trees and other vegetation. Or clip on a song by Madonna, Frozen, which also occurs partly in the desert – the difference stridently obvious, in order not to give a preference to band who performed Wooly Bully.
The collection is vintage.
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