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Courtesy of Capitol Records Under license from EMI Film & Television Music. Twice as Hard Written by Chris Robinson and Rich Robinson Performed by The Black Crowes Courtesy of American Recordings, LLC Under license from Universal Music Enterprises. Cannonball Written by Kim Deal Performed by The Breeders. Nov 29, Ladder 49 Soundtrack, find all 27 songs from the Ladder 49 () movie music soundtrack, with scene descriptions. Listen to and download the music, ost, score , list of songs and trailers. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Ladder 49 [ Original Soundtrack] - Original Soundtrack on AllMusic - - Song-based soundtracks Like the blue-collar society the film's characters do their best to emulate, Ladder 49's reflective yet ultimately safe soundtrack is the audio equivalent of a.
When I saw the film "Ladder 49" I knew I had to get the soundtrack but I have to say that for all the wonderful songs that comprise the Various Artists CD, the film's compelling and emotional score by composer William Ross is ten times better then most of the other songs that are incorperated into the film. William Ross. Jan 1, Listen to songs from the album Ladder 49 (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture), including "Shine Your Light", "As I'm Leaving", "Fire", and many more. Buy the album for $ Songs start at $ Free with Apple Music subscription. Q: I need to know the name of the song heard after they were married and riding on the back of the fire truck. What an amazing and touching song. (from gloria in okc. ok). A: "How to Dream" by Sam Phillips. Track 4 on the soundtrack CD. ( thanks to Frank, NJ) add more info. Q: in the movie you hear some kind of Irish song.
Hollywood Records' Ladder 49 Soundtrack Features New Music by Robbie Robertson. Business Wire, Burbank, Calif., Aug. 12, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's "Shine Your Light" is the First Song He's Ever Written and Recorded Specifically for a Film; Album in Stores September As the leader of seminal rock group. Songs. Robbie Robertson contributed the film's theme song, "Shine Your Light". He also composed an adagio for the end credits. The film also features " Love Sneakin' Up On You" by Bonnie Raitt, among others.