Original Score Performed by Eric Clapton
Music Supervisor & Executive Producer : Fraser Kennedy
|Travelling East (Eric Clapton)||2:52|
|Johnny (Eric Clapton)||1:29|
|Call Me If You Need Me (Magic Sam)||3:03|
|Bridge (Eric Clapton)||2:25|
|Pretty Baby (J.B.Hutto & The New Hanks)||4:35|
|Dixie (Eric Clapton/Nathan East)||3:42|
|Ruby's Loft (Eric Clapton)||2:33|
|Country Bikin' (Eric Clapton)||1:47|
|I Want To Love You Baby (Peggy Scott/Jo Jo Benson)||2:36|
|Bike Ride (Eric Clapton)||1:37|
|Ruby (Eric Clapton)||3:54|
|Party (Eric Clapton)||1:44|
|Living In The Real World (The Brakes)||3:36|
|Training (Eric Clapton)||4:00|
|Final Fight (Eric Clapton)||3:43|
|Chase (Eric Clapton)||3:33|
|Dixie (Eric Clapton)||2:35|
|Homeboy (Eric Clapton)||4:15|
Rating : 9/10
9 June 2004
Great soundtrack. If you take a soundtrack out of context i.e. in isolation you will never be able to rate it as well as when you put it into it's context of the film. I firmly believe you got to watch the film to assess the soundtrack. I think it complements the film brilliantly, and in addition is great in it's own right. Watch the film and listen to "Dixie" and "Homeboy" which bring the finale to an emotional conclusion. The last track "Homeboy" is absolutely beautiful, and the tracks from Magis Sam, Peggy Scott/Jo Jo Benson, and J.B.Hutto & The New Hawks are gems.
Recommend this very much!
Rating : 5/10
23 December 2002
A good solid album which I enjoy very much due to Clapton's expressive dobro work. I very much like such tracks as "Travelling East" and "Homeboy" but "Dixie" (the traditional version) is one of those little Clapton gems that you run across. It is the companion piece to Jimi's "Star Spangled Banner" and yes, it IS that good!
Rating : 6/10
27 April 2002
This is an ok CD. Not the best soundtrack that Clapton has done. It's an ok listen, but overall it is just not one of my favorites.