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Seabiscuit soundtrack


Seabiscuit (2003)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 04400382792
Label: Decca
Label number: B0000772-12
Running time: 46m27s
Shipping date: July 22nd, 2003
Original score by Randy Newman
 
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Main Title [2:05]
2. Idea [2:08]
3. The Crash [3:06]
4. Seabiscuit [0:59]
5. Call Me Red [2:54]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
Everloving - Moby (heard when Seabiscuit wins his first race)  (found on the CD "Play")
If I Had a Million Dollars - Robin Bissell
Learning to Be Nicer - George Fenton (found on the A Handful of Dust soundtrack CD)

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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: The music in the movie when Seabiscuit wins his first race is not on the CD. I've heard that progression before. From where? (from EsqM in California)
A: The song is called "Everloving" by Moby. (thanks to Sam, Bellhamadd more info

Q: There is a scene when Red and Seabiscuit start to ride again after being injured when the older man mows a track for them around a tree... it's a beautiful guitar piece but I cannot seem to find out what it is. Does anybody have an idea? (from Alyson in York, PA)
A: It is borrowed from the All the Pretty Horses soundtrack. Check out "Far Away (Reprise)" on the movie soundtrack. (thanks to Stephanie, New London, NH add more info

Q: What song is playing when Seabiscuit is just starting to get well after his injury, and they cut the grass around the big oak tree and take him for a walk. The same song is in "All the Pretty Horses"...
...from shifty in Arkansas (answer shifty's question)


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