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Jerry Maguire Music from The Motion Picture Soundtrack

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The Magic Bus - The Who
  2. Sitting Still Moving Still Staring Outlooking - His Name Is Alive
  3. Gettin' In Tune - The Who
  4. Pocketful Of Rainbows - Elvis Presley
  5. World On A String - Neil Young
  6. We Meet Again (Them from Jerry McGuire") - Nancy Wilson
  7. The Horses - Rickie Lee Jones
  8. Secret Garden - Bruce Springsteen
  9. Singalong Junk - Paul McCartney
  10. Wise Up - Aimee Mann
  11. Momma Miss America - Paul McCartney
  12. Sandy - Nancy Wilson
  13. Shelter From The Storm - Bob Dylan


Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 10, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: February 10, 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: SBME SPECIAL MKTS.
  • Run Time: 54 minutes
  • ASIN: B0012GN04O
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,136 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on March 27, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This soundtrack is missing the song "Hatian Fight Song" from the bedroom scene. Outrageous tune. Check it out on "Pithecanthropus Erectus" by Charles Mingus.
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...is track #6, "We Meet Again (Theme From 'Jerry Maguire')" by Nancy Wilson.

(I noticed someone posted a review asking about the "I know the language of your laugh" lyric, so I thought I'd post a quick review and the answer to that question)

K, here's my quick review: "We Meet Again" is a great song on a decent soundtrack. The consensus here seems to be that a lot of great songs were left out, and I agree. A music CD has a max capacity of 74 minutes --- too little time for the JM soundtrack considering there are enough great tunes in the movie for a double album soundtrack (like Forrest Gump). You could almost argue Cameron Crowe does too good a job at soundtracking his movies...

Anyway, it's a good soundtrack and well worth your money.
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I bought this thinking that the director Cameron Crowe was such a student of rock history AND I loved his choices in Almost Famous. So, what happened here? He has a knowledge of music that can find songs which although obscure are overlooked nuggets worth discovering for yourself. The music in the movie works but when it translates onto a stand alone soundtrack CD it bombs! The only song I loved on here is the Bruce Springsteen song "Secret Garden". Even though this soundtrack has a Who's Who list of artists... the song choices are just plain weak. Even the Bob Dylan song didn't make this an okay CD. Artists have been known to put stuff on their albums just to complete their song count and they give the songs apropo titles... so with that in mind check out what Paul McCartney called this song which showed up on Cameron's soundtrack... "Singalong Junk". The Who's similar type title on here is "Gettin' in Tune". This soundtrack was dismal. Do yourself a BIG favor... buy the individual mp3 and forgo buying the CD. This stinker isn't worth even the $5. I spent on it.
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This is a cool soundtrack, great driving music. Jerry Maguire is one of my all-time favorite movies, so each song evokes the memory of a scene. But even though the music here is great, it is missing Jerry's "turning point" tune, "Free Fallin'" which would have made the album complete, so I have to knock off one star for that.
Question: Can anyone tell me which scene in the movie that Aimee Mann song is played?? Because I've watched it more times than I can tell you and I've never heard it in the movie!!
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In response to the question, "I am looking for the name of the song ... played during the scence when cuba gooding is talking to jerry maguire on the phone right before his famous line of "show me the money"?" the answer is "The Wrong Come Up" by LV.
I gave this CD two stars because it is missing lots of good songs from the movie (like the one mentioned above).
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By RWR on March 2, 2005
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The problem with creating a soundtrack from the score of a Cameron Crowe film is that the man has superb taste in music and his movies last 2 plus hours in many cases, thus only so many songs from the score can be on the 70 minute soundtrack to which a compact disc is limited. I don't think the best job of selection was done in this case...reviewers before me have made clear the reasons why.
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..Except for "Free Falling" from Tom Petty and the one Rod Tidwell sings at the wedding "What's going on" from Marvin Gaye. That's why I didn't give 5 stard. Other than that is very cool and nosthalgic to hear the songs from the movie, which I watched at last some 10 times...
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Hi friends,

i'm from Brazil and i love this movie. I have the soundtrack, but i didn't found the music when Rod is playing to renegociate his contract whith his team. Is like a cuban rap, or something like that.

I love this song, but i just herd once, on this movie.

Please, if somebody can help, many thank's.

Arley Ramos
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