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DISC 1


1. Dust My Broom
(From 'The Wolf Of Wall Street') - Elmore James
2. Boom Boom
(From 'Blues Brothers') - John Lee Hooker
3. 3 O'Clock Blues
(From 'The Life Of Riley') - B.B. King
4. I'm A King Bee (From 'Martin Scorcese
Presents The Blues') - Slim Harpo
5. Take Out Some Insurance
(From 'Diner') - Jimmy Reed
6. Howard Hughes
(From 'The Aviator') - Leadbelly
7. Last Night
(From 'Cadillac Records') - Little Walter
8. I Just Want To Make Love To You
(From 'Bluesland') - Muddy Waters
9. Road Runner
(From 'The Wolf Of Wall Street') - Bo Diddley
10. Basin Street Blues
(From 'Casino') - Louis Prima
11. Screamin' & Hollerin' Blues
(From 'Bluesland') - Charley Patton
12. Fishin' After Me
(From 'The Life Of Riley') - B.B. King
13. Cross Road Blues
(From 'Crossroads') - Robert Johnson
14. The Beast
(From 'Mulholland Drive') - Milt Buckner
15. Rock Island Line
(From 'Leadbelly') - Leadbelly
16. I Put A Spell On You (From 'Stranger Than
Paradise') - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
17. The Black Snake Moan
(From 'Bluesland') - Blind Lemon Jefferson
18. Stormy Monday Blues (From 'Martin
Scorcese Presents The Blues') - T-Bone Walker

 

DISC 2


1. Hoochie Coochie Man (From 'Casino') - Muddy Waters
2. Cleo's Mood (From 'The Boat That Rocked') -
Jr. Walker & The All Stars
3. Ain't Nobody's Business (From 'Martin Scorcese Presents
The Blues') - Jimmy Witherspoon
4. Reconsider Baby (From 'Diner') - Lowell Fulson
5. Shake Your Money Maker
(From 'Blues Brothers') - Elmore James
6. Everyday I Have The Blues
(From 'The Life Of Riley') - B.B. King
7. Gimme A Pigfoot And A Bottle Of Beer
(From 'Blue Goose Hollow') - Bessie Smith
8. Pretty Thing
(From 'The Wolf Of Wall Street') - Bo Diddley
9. Blue Monday
(From 'The Girl Can't Help It') - Fats Domino
10. When Did You Leave Heaven
(From 'Bluesland') - Big Bill Broonzy
11. Confessin' The Blues
(From 'The Last Of The Blue Devils') - Jay McShann
12. Hard Travellin'
(From 'Bound For Glory') - Woody Guthrie
13. Yip Roc Heresy
(From 'On The Road') - Chef Slim Gaillard
14. Stole Rider Blues
(From 'Bluesland') - Blind Willie McTell
15. Fishing Blues
(From 'Martin Scorcese Presents The Blues') - Henry Thomas
16. Got My Mojo Working
(From 'Bluesland') - Muddy Waters
17. Tennessee Blues
(From 'Blues Brothers') - John Lee Hooker

 

DISC 3


1. She's Fine & She's Mine
(From 'The Color Of Money') - Bo Diddley
2. Manish Boy (From 'Goodfellas') - Muddy Waters
3. Sweet Little Angel
(From 'Bluesland') - B.B. King
4. Rumble
(From 'Pulp Fiction') - Link Wray & His Ray Men
5. Maudie
(From 'Come See About Me') - John Lee Hooker
6. That's All Right (From 'Martin Scorcese Presents
The Blues) - Arthur ‘Big Boy’ Crudup
7. Dry Bones
(From 'Rain Man') - The Delta Rhythm Boys
8. Keys To The Highway (From 'Martin Scorcese
Presents The Blues') -
Big Bill Broonzy, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGee
9. St. Louis Blues
(From 'Bluesland') - Bessie Smith
10. Go Down Sunshine
(From 'Born To Be Blue') - Odetta
11. Talking Dust Bowl Blues
(From 'Bound For Glory') - Woody Guthrie
12. Pick A Bale Of Cotton
(From 'Bluesland') - Leadbelly
13. Walking Dr Bill
(From 'The Life Of Riley') - B.B. King
14. A Spoonful Blues
(From 'Blluesland') - Charley Patton
15. All Your Love (I Miss Loving)
(From 'We Bought A Zoo') - Otis Rush & His Band
16. Devil Got My Woman
(From 'Ghost World') - Skip James
17. Smokestack Lightnin'
(From 'The Wolf Of Wall Steet') - Howlin' Wolf

Blues From The Movies

Artist VARIOUS ARTISTS

Format 3CD

Cat No NOT3CD238

Bar-Code 5060432022389

Availability: In stock

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Ever since 1927, when Al Jolson promised “You ain’t heard nothin’ yet” in The Jazz Singer, music and the movies have been inextricably linked. In the 90 years since then, the blues has bolstered more than its share of soundtracks, as you will discover on this comprehensive 3CD set. The blues has reached across into much of contemporary cinema, and film makers have become fascinated by the lives of the legendary figures whose music had so inspired them. So sit back and enjoy a very special blend of two American archetypes: the blues, and the movies...

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