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Secondhand Lions Enhanced, Soundtrack

2.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Main Titles
  2. The Trunk
  3. The Plunger
  4. Walter Runs Away
  5. Fireside Chat
  6. Foreign Legion
  7. Secondhand Arrival - Ola Onabule
  8. I Must Meet This Man
  9. Hub Meets Jasmine
  10. Hub Rescues Jasmine
  11. Lion Hunt
  12. Cornfield Jungle - Ola Onabule
  13. The Assassins
  14. Sheik Swordfight
  15. Goodnight Kid
  16. Waking Hub
  17. Died In Childbirth
  18. Be My Uncle
  19. Finding The Money
  20. Stan Lies In The Water
  21. Shw Was A Real Lion - Patrick Doyle Junior
  22. Walter Leaves
  23. Maybe You Don't
  24. Walter Comes Home
  25. Nice To Meet You
  26. Piano Suite


Product Details

  • Performer: Patrick Doyle
  • Audio CD (September 23, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Soundtrack
  • Label: Watertower Music
  • Run Time: 109 minutes
  • ASIN: B0000C0FKR
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,561 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Like some other listeners i too was disapointed in realizing that some songs were not in the album. Sooooo i looked them up.
That song "Rolling Stone From Texas" (you know, the yodeling one)is in the album of the same title by Don Walser.
This is one great album. I have never heard of this artist but i will buy it. My 12 year old son loves this song. The other songs are great too!
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If, like me, you struggled to notice the music in this film, don't worry, the album represents Doyle's contribution far better than the actual film, where his music is often mixed to almost nothing.
Patrick Doyle is one of the most gifted composers around at creating lush, heartbreaking orchestral melodies, but with this film he was given very little to work with. There simlpy weren't any scenes that lent themselves to big, sustained musical set pieces. For that matter, he has little time to even develop themes, most of the cues are extremely short, and many have more of a "background music" sound than I am used to from Doyle.
There is some fun 1930's Korngold style stuff for the flashbacks, but it pales next to the rousing action music he has done before.
However, one of Doyle's most gorgeous themes is in here, if you seek it out. Tracks 18 and 23, as well as the final piano solo, contain a sweet, melancholy tune which is achingly orchestrated in 18 into one of the highlights of Doyle's film scoring career.
I don't imagine this is an album that the average moviegoer will be picking up, the music is too subtle, but Doyle fans should know this is well worth buying.
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I LOVED the movie and was eargerly awaiting the soundtrack to be released, but found that all the great Texas swing music ("Rolling Stone from Texas" ?) and the tune that was so appropriately played during the salesmen sequence of the movie ("I thought you were my friend" ?)were both missing from this CD. I am very, very disappointed!!!! I still enjoy all of the orchestration and melodies that are available on this disc, but feel that it would have done the CD more justice if the funny tunes were also included....Very disappointed indeed....:(
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Ok, if the music for the movie is the score, then why do you call it a soundtrack? I would like to know where to get the other songs played in the movie.....I want to give those songs as a present. I shouldn't have to buy them separately, one album at a time.
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Apparently, I am like many others that didn't understand the difference between "score" and "soundtrack". I really wanted all those funky songs that played throughout the movie. I like orchestra stuff, and this is nice, but not what I wanted.
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By woods0828 on March 28, 2011
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the cd arrived in about a week. I did learn that if you can not listen to the songs on the cd it is not wise to buy it. I wanted the songs from the movie but I got the music score. It had nothing to do with this vendor because the cd arrived in perfect condition but it was not what I wanted.
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