Original Soundtrack: Bobby [Universal]

Audio Samples

>Generous and Compassionate Country, A (RFK Speech)
>Never Gonna Break My Faith
>Tracks of My Tears
>Come See About Me
>Function at the Junction
>Grazing in the Grass
>I Was Made to Love Her
>Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon)
>Black Is Black
>Ain't That Peculiar
>Baby, I Love You
>Louie, Louie
>No One Left But Bobby
>Sound of Silence, The
>The Mindless Menace of Violence/On the Mindless Menace of Violence (RFK Spe: The Mindless Menace Of Violence / On The Mindless Menace Of Violence (RFK Speech)

Track List

>Generous and Compassionate Country, A (RFK Speech)
>Never Gonna Break My Faith
>Tracks of My Tears
>Come See About Me
>Function at the Junction
>Grazing in the Grass
>I Was Made to Love Her
>Tuesday Afternoon (Forever Afternoon)
>Black Is Black
>Ain't That Peculiar
>Baby, I Love You
>Louie, Louie
>No One Left But Bobby
>Sound of Silence, The
>The Mindless Menace of Violence/On the Mindless Menace of Violence (RFK Spe: The Mindless Menace Of Violence / On The Mindless Menace Of Violence (RFK Speech)

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

A re-telling of the assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy at the Ambassador Hotel in 1968. The film follows 22 individuals who are all at the hotel for different purposes but share the common thread of anticipating Kennedy's arrival at the primary election night party, which would change their lives forever. This historic night is set against the backdrop of the cultural issues gripping the country at the time, including racism, sexual inequality and class differences. Music includes Mary J. Blige and Aretha Franklin on the single (written by Bryan Adams), classic songs from the period and score by Mark Isham.

Album Notes

Composer: Mark Isham.

Composer: Mark Isham.

Personnel: Tim Morrison (trumpet).

Audio Mixer: Shawn Murphy.

Liner Note Author: Emilio Estevez.

Recording information: Sony Studios.

Arranger: Ardell Hake.

This thoughtful and inspiring soundtrack album not only features some of the current hits of the Kennedy era (Los Bravos' "Black is Black," the Moody Blues' "Tuesday Afternoon"), it also contains parts of Mark Isham's original score, bits of Robert F. Kennedy's heart-rousing speeches, and at least one certified hit original, the gorgeous (and Grammy-nominated) gospel song, "Never Gonna Break My Faith," by Aretha Franklin and Mary J. Blige. The Harlem Boys Choir guests on the track, upping the spine-tingle factor by half.



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